So my neighbors got a dog again. Don't get me wrong, I like dogs, but my neighbors really shouldnt have any to begin.I said again because a few years ago they already had one. A big golden retriever. They never were able to get the dog under control. But what's even worse, once they got a child, they lost all interest in dog in put him in a small cage in the back of their garden. He stayed there all day except for like 2 30 minute walks a day. That's not a life for such a big dog. Not that I really cared or did anything about it, but it irritated me when I heard him barking for hours on end. After living a long life in captivity, the dog died however some 3 years ago. (The children also never gave a fuck about him btw.)Some 3 weeks I'm sitting in my small garden, enjoying the sun and the feeling of just having quit a job, while a white puppy runs into my garden and violates my N.A.P. Of course this was the first time, not really a problem, but that kept happening over the next few days. But then the most outrages aggression imaginable took place.I share my home withy my best comrade, Maxchen. He is a now about 18 yo (I guess, dont really know since I found him) grizzled cat. Needless to say, he doesnt need the stress of some punk ass bitch dog running around, chasing him and eating his food, because THATS WHAT HAPPENED.It should be obvious that dogs, blindly following authority, are inherently anti-revolutionay while cats are mutualists, making the cat more valuable than dog (even without considering that the cat is my property while the dog isnt and therefore also not for me to care for). So the dog got to go.I don't wanna hurt him, but I'm thinking of putting something into my cats footbowl outside (wile taking my cat in) that tasted disgusting to dogs or is maybe hard to digest? That way he would learn the correct behaviour and if not, start shitting waterfalls, giving my neighbors good reason to give him away and sparring him the cage.Now, any idea what could work in this direction and how I could acquire it?
>…A big golden retriever. They never were able to get the dog under controlChrist, if they even can't get a golden to behave then they really, really shouldn't have a dog to begin with.Also cat's certainly don't see themselves as your property, they're 100% egoists and will straight up leave if they're not satisfied with you. Hell your cat might just go looking for a new home if that puppy keeps fucking with his domain, especially seeing how old cats hate changes to their home environment
Communicate with the dog's owners; get other neighbors to complain together with you if possible. If you don't want to hurt the dog and if you don't really hate it but rather its owners, then the solution is obvious. If you did something to the dog and it fell sick or died because of it, you'd be at fault.
>>374(Also this might be obvious but it's worth to remember that the problem isn't the dog, the problem is the owner who fail to take proper care of it)
>>374I'm posting on an obscure anarchist platform build by anime fans about poisoning dogs, I'm not really the type that feels comfortable talking to ppl, specially my conservative ass neighbors.