oxnsox:My thoughts exactly. But when we called the vet they said we cannot trap the cat inside.
SPCA told us they can't do anything since the cat has an owner (it's got a microchip) that claims the cat stays with her daily.
So why not trap the evil Witches cat (evil cats do belong to Witches don't they?) yourself... either outside your house near your cat door or even inside you house so it walks thru the catdoor into the trap (just lock your kitties up for the night). But don't give it straight back to the Witch for a day or soo. Let her worry about where her only stay at home cat has gone and wait for her to come knock at your door.... 'Oh that cat in the cage, we caught it inside our house, but since yours does wander we didn't think to ask if it belonged to you.'
The trapped cat may not want to visit you again after its incarceration.... Hey it's a system thats widely used with some success on people
Tried that once, but drove the cat inside a travel cage all the way to Albany. We got peace and quiet for about 2 months, but then the bastard showed up again last week.
The 'witch' even started putting 'lost cat' flyers throughout the street.