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  Reply # 480935 14-Jun-2011 11:02
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dvanwie: ok..this is what I think I am going to do. I have a Logitech camera at work on my computer. Talked with my boss about hooking it to my laptop at home and watching it at work on my forwarding it just to see if someone is going in there. It is a long story, but someone is giving my kitten toys while I am not there..had locks changed but they may have master. And another tenant, a girl, has had one of her pillows taken...she thought she was crazy until I mentioned the cat toys...Long story short..I need to see who is going in thanks for all the gadget boss is going to help me with this...(and hopefully he is not the one going in there) haha...jk...thanks again..

Not to make light of your situation but seeing your comment with a "stalk" button next to your name kind of amused me

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  Reply # 480962 14-Jun-2011 12:27
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also let us know the outcome , love to know who you catch

Common sense is not as common as you think.

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  Reply # 480966 14-Jun-2011 12:38
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dvanwie: someone is giving my kitten toys while I am not there.

Do you have a cat door?
Could your kitten be taking these items itself from somewhere else whilst you are away?

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  Reply # 481040 14-Jun-2011 15:11
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  Reply # 481073 14-Jun-2011 16:11
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Doesnt the internet make the whole world a village!

Maybe this is worth checking out:

Seems to be used by quite a few people and have a bit of support.

Update: I see the last post has a link that mentions yawcam... 

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  Reply # 481271 15-Jun-2011 01:09
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Good morning all,
> gzt-great suggestions..the police have to have proof..i.e.-breaking and entering, stolen items etc...apartment complex immediately changed locks..but i am sure there is a master somewhere..I break my lease if I put on my own..

@Mark-I live in US...I have pics of toys and great suggestions though.I just moved here not to long ago from NY...don't even have family here...wish I had a big dude to sit and wait believe me, or a Pitbull even.And I would of offered the cake and coffee for sure...haha.thanks for helping

@Jaxson-I called my son in NY...he freaked and we checked everywhere to see if she pulled them out from somewhere..but she couldn't have...and when I moved in...I went thru and cleaned every inch of that kitty door here..and a screen porch..I live on second way in one way out...thanks for helping

@Robjg63- checking into your suggestion now..thanks

@NZKC-thank you for the suggestions...I am checking it also

@Balchy-That's ok, I saw that too and laughed also...amusing if not going on at

I hope I didn't miss anyone that responded. I am on it..just needed some feedback here...thanks so much..will keep posted and IF I catch this SOB...I think I know who it is...I will post the stills for you all to see...Thanks to see if I can get this to work correctly. ♥

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