The bizarre incident happened in Bridgend, Wales, where cat owner Chris lives with a 4-year-old white Bengal crossbreed called Gandalf.
A bizarre and scary note
Cute Gandalf had been out on his adventure for less than an hour when he returned home with a note stuck to his collar.
Chris was confused when he saw the note, but that quickly turned to shock as he began reading its content. It read:
"Please keep your cat at home. Your cat almost every day came to my house, take food from table, scratches my sofa, spreads fleas in my house."
Then the note took a worrying turn.
"I'm honestly fed up. If I see your cat again at my house, I promise I'll take him far somewhere."
Chris is keeping Gandalf inside for the time being, but he still can't figure out who is responsible for the note or why anyone would say such means things about his best friend.
"He's a bit of a nosey cat," admitted Chris. "[But] people know who he is in the area. He's very sociable and loves people."
A conversation could have sorted this out
Chris said that he'd like to speak to whoever wrote the note, although it didn't include any contact details.
We know that not everyone is a 'cat person,' but there's no need for threats. Surely issues like this can be resolved with a friendly conversation between neighbours?