I cant believe people(cat related)

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#1 Edited by SrgtSaggy101 (1863 posts) -

My cat didn't come home last night, I stayed up really late looking for him. When i'd call him I could hear a very faint meow you couldn't tell where it was coming from. This morning i walked down the road an called him. I heard the meow which lead me to finding him on these peoples roof.

I rang the doorbell an knocked, no answer. So I went an got a ladder from my house to get him down. After i got my cat and was nearly down the ladder. She bust open the door an yells "WHAT ARE YOU DOING" I said My cat was on your roof. I was...(interrupted)by "WELL YOU NEED TO GET OFF MY PROPERTY" my g/f added we knocked, than the lady was like "I DON'T CARE YOU NEED TO GO, GET OFF MY PROPERTY NOW." Saying it like an being a complete bitch.

I was just saving my cat :(

#2 Edited by Nengo_Flow (9500 posts) -

put a bullet in her

set her house on fire

sit your bitch ass down and zip on your diet coke

pick one

#3 Posted by MrGeezer (56119 posts) -

My cat didn't come home last night, I stayed up really late looking for him. When i'd call him I could hear a very faint meow you couldn't tell where it was coming from. This morning i walked down the road an called him. I heard the meow which lead me to finding him on these peoples roof.

I rang the doorbell an knocked, no answer. So I went an got a ladder from my house to get him down. After i got my cat and was nearly down the ladder. She bust open the door an yells "WHAT ARE YOU DOING" I said My cat was on your roof. I was...(interrupted)by "WELL YOU NEED TO GET OFF MY PROPERTY" my g/f added we knocked, than the lady was like "I DON'T CARE YOU NEED TO GO, GET OFF MY PROPERTY NOW." Saying it like an being a complete bitch.

I was just saving my cat :(

You wouldn't have had to save your cat if you hadn't let your cat onto their property.

Seriously dude, stop imposing your $hit on other people. No one likes other people's cats hanging around all the time, keep that $hit locked up indoors. Because dude...if having a cat requires you to climb on other peoples' roofs with a ladder, then you're doing that whole "pet ownership" thing wrong.

#4 Posted by thegerg (14851 posts) -

I don't think it's unreasonable for someone to get upset for you climbing on their roof without permission to retrieve a cat that you're unable to keep safe.

#5 Posted by TheFlush (5512 posts) -

That's why I keep my cat inside my house.

#6 Edited by SrgtSaggy101 (1863 posts) -

I didn't get on their roof, an I rang the doorbell an knocked. My cat love's outside, I cant just leave him locked up all day.

#7 Posted by thegerg (14851 posts) -

@SrgtSaggy101: "I cant just leave him locked up all day."

Yes you can. If you decide not to then you need to either figure out how to keep it safe, or get comfortable with the idea of it getting itself into trouble.

#8 Edited by SrgtSaggy101 (1863 posts) -

I guess, since its such a burden. To allow a cat to roam free, an be a cat. Like you guys an she thinks, I should make a big deal when one of their pets come in my yard. But that's not logical, animals need some space to roam an don't know of "propertys".

#9 Posted by thegerg (14851 posts) -

I'm honestly not trying to be a dick when I ask this, so please keep that in mind. Do you suffer from some kind of learning disability or mental impairment?

#10 Posted by lamprey263 (23136 posts) -

I'd go smear dog shit on her door handle so she gets it on her hand when she comes home from work.

#11 Edited by SrgtSaggy101 (1863 posts) -

@thegerg: yeah im half retarded, it sucks

#12 Posted by SrgtSaggy101 (1863 posts) -
#13 Posted by johnd13 (7986 posts) -

@thegerg: yeah im half retarded, it sucks

But you do have a girlfriend, right? Most people here don't. ;)

#14 Posted by AmazonTreeBoa (16745 posts) -

My cat didn't come home last night, I stayed up really late looking for him. When i'd call him I could hear a very faint meow you couldn't tell where it was coming from. This morning i walked down the road an called him. I heard the meow which lead me to finding him on these peoples roof.

I rang the doorbell an knocked, no answer. So I went an got a ladder from my house to get him down. After i got my cat and was nearly down the ladder. She bust open the door an yells "WHAT ARE YOU DOING" I said My cat was on your roof. I was...(interrupted)by "WELL YOU NEED TO GET OFF MY PROPERTY" my g/f added we knocked, than the lady was like "I DON'T CARE YOU NEED TO GO, GET OFF MY PROPERTY NOW." Saying it like an being a complete bitch.

I was just saving my cat :(

I would have been like "as soon as I got my cat, but I am not leaving until I have it".

#15 Posted by AmazonTreeBoa (16745 posts) -

I didn't get on their roof, an I rang the doorbell an knocked. My cat love's outside, I cant just leave him locked up all day.

You must of never heard the term indoor cat. I have two cats and they are indoor only cats. I have trained them to stay on the porch when I take them outside.

#16 Edited by Master_Live (14171 posts) -

And that is why cats suck. Get a dog.

#17 Posted by thegerg (14851 posts) -
#18 Edited by LostProphetFLCL (17143 posts) -

Keep your fucking cat inside /thread

#19 Posted by 187umKILLAH (1337 posts) -

Cats should be allowed to roam inside and out, I bet none of you dog owning idiots here keep your mutts inside 24/7 so stop being so hypocritical. When I had a cat it stayed inside every night but enjoyed being outside most days and usually just stayed within our property, I get so sick of other peoples dogs running rampant up and down the street. Had to laugh when I saw one get hit by a car though, it was only a worthless pit bull so not a single fvck was given that day... even by the owner lol, it still roams the streets now.

#20 Posted by GazaAli (22503 posts) -

Well you did trespass after all, even though I love cats so freaking much.

also lol 187umKILLAH

#21 Posted by darkmark91 (2853 posts) -

Lol that's funny. I would mail them your cat's turds =p

#22 Edited by AmazonTreeBoa (16745 posts) -

Cats should be allowed to roam inside and out, I bet none of you dog owning idiots here keep your mutts inside 24/7 so stop being so hypocritical. When I had a cat it stayed inside every night but enjoyed being outside most days and usually just stayed within our property, I get so sick of other peoples dogs running rampant up and down the street. Had to laugh when I saw one get hit by a car though, it was only a worthless pit bull so not a single fvck was given that day... even by the owner lol, it still roams the streets now.

I ended up shooting a dog last summer. Damn thing kept running through my garden and the owner didn't want to do anything about it, so I did. I guess it died because the last time I saw it was when I shot it.

#23 Edited by AmazonTreeBoa (16745 posts) -

@GazaAli said:

Well you did trespass after all, even though I love cats so freaking much.

also lol 187umKILLAH

Not if there was no sign up saying no trespassing or a fence to stop him from entering.

#24 Posted by themajormayor (25698 posts) -

What a horrible person. Your cat is superior to that old hag.

#25 Edited by 187umKILLAH (1337 posts) -

@AmazonTreeBoa: Hope you didn't get into any legal trouble because of that, I think you were well within your rights to do so but where I live I think I would probably be charged with animal cruelty regardless of the fact the law is piss weak in enforcing people to retrain their dogs.

#26 Edited by thegerg (14851 posts) -

@187umKILLAH: " I bet none of you dog owning idiots here keep your mutts inside 24/7 so stop being so hypocritical."

1- There is no reason to insult others. Please try to act like an adult.

2- How is me not keeping my dog inside 24/7 hypocritical? Do you know what that word means?

#27 Posted by GazaAli (22503 posts) -

@GazaAli said:

Well you did trespass after all, even though I love cats so freaking much.

also lol 187umKILLAH

Not if there was no sigh up saying no trespassing or a fence to stop him from entering.

So one wouldn't be trespassing until he's being explicitly told that he is in private property? Even though he most likely knew that on his own? I find that hard to believe.

#28 Posted by 187umKILLAH (1337 posts) -

@thegerg:

1 - says the guy whos sole purpose on Gamespot is to start pointless internet wars

2- why is it ok for you to keep your 'dig' outside and yet apparently cats are supposed to be locked up all day long? This makes you a hypocrite.

#29 Edited by THUMPTABLE (1811 posts) -

@MrGeezer said:

@SrgtSaggy101 said:

My cat didn't come home last night, I stayed up really late looking for him. When i'd call him I could hear a very faint meow you couldn't tell where it was coming from. This morning i walked down the road an called him. I heard the meow which lead me to finding him on these peoples roof.

I rang the doorbell an knocked, no answer. So I went an got a ladder from my house to get him down. After i got my cat and was nearly down the ladder. She bust open the door an yells "WHAT ARE YOU DOING" I said My cat was on your roof. I was...(interrupted)by "WELL YOU NEED TO GET OFF MY PROPERTY" my g/f added we knocked, than the lady was like "I DON'T CARE YOU NEED TO GO, GET OFF MY PROPERTY NOW." Saying it like an being a complete bitch.

I was just saving my cat :(

You wouldn't have had to save your cat if you hadn't let your cat onto their property.

Seriously dude, stop imposing your $hit on other people. No one likes other people's cats hanging around all the time, keep that $hit locked up indoors. Because dude...if having a cat requires you to climb on other peoples' roofs with a ladder, then you're doing that whole "pet ownership" thing wrong.

Lol, is that the best you can come up with?!?

#30 Posted by Master_Live (14171 posts) -

What do you mean outside? Because my dog stays inside the house unless I let him run around on my own backyard, he doesn't jumps on anybody's roof top.

#31 Posted by Dogswithguns (10700 posts) -

I wish somebody get on my roof.. cuz I'm scared of hights.

#32 Posted by 187umKILLAH (1337 posts) -

@Master_Live: Cat's shouldn't have to be imprisoned indoors all their lives just because they are more mobile, that's like putting a lion in a cage all his life and denying him his natural instincts and a normal life.

#33 Posted by thegerg (14851 posts) -

@187umKILLAH:

1- I'm simply trying to help you understand that making childish insults against countless strangers really doesn't help your argument.

2- At no point have I said "cats are supposed to be locked up all day long." WTF are you on about? Now, please try to answer a simple question (this time without putting words in my mouth). How is me not keeping my dog inside 24/7 hypocritical?

#34 Edited by 187umKILLAH (1337 posts) -

@thegerg: #7 Posted by thegerg (12175 posts) - 5 hours, 41 minutes ago

@SrgtSaggy101: "I cant just leave him locked up all day."

Yes you can.

Obvious troll is obvious, consider yourself ignored pathetic attention seeking dweeb.

#35 Posted by thegerg (14851 posts) -

@187umKILLAH:

WTF are you on about? Simply because I point out a person's bullshit doesn't mean that I think cats are supposed to be locked up all day long. He made a factually incorrect statement and was called out on it, just as you were.

For the third time, how is me not keeping my dog inside 24/7 hypocritical?

#37 Posted by Nengo_Flow (9500 posts) -

@Nengo_Flow said:

put a bullet in her

set her house on fire

sit your bitch ass down and zip on your diet coke

pick one

The person needs to be suspended as if I say something not even remotely similar, but misinterpreted by moderators I get suspended for a month.

bitch, dont be trying to get me suspended. C'mon bro... that aint cool.

#38 Edited by Fightingfan (38011 posts) -
#39 Posted by Sword-Demon (6963 posts) -

Well I'd be upset too if I found some random guy climbing to my roof.

and it's unsafe to let your cat wander the neighborhood.

#40 Edited by MrGeezer (56119 posts) -

@thegerg:

1 - says the guy whos sole purpose on Gamespot is to start pointless internet wars

2- why is it ok for you to keep your 'dig' outside and yet apparently cats are supposed to be locked up all day long? This makes you a hypocrite.

For starters, because his dog isn't climbing on his neighbors' roofs and forcing him to climb up on their houses just to get it back down.

You wouldn't like it if you walked outside and saw my pet snake on your front porch, so keep your damn cats out of my yard. If you can't do that, THEN YOU SHOULDN'T BE OWNING A CAT. The third rule of pet ownership (behind "feed it" and "don't beat it") is "don't impose your pets on other people."

#41 Edited by Nengo_Flow (9500 posts) -

I ain't no Gerg. I don't report.

What happened to that report button? that thing was actually useful in SW

#42 Posted by 187umKILLAH (1337 posts) -

@MrGeezer: Tell that to all the dog owners in my street who let them do whatever they want, at least with cats theres no risk of being killed. If you think they should be imprisoned indoors all their life you've obviously never owned one or maybe you have and just specialize in animal cruelty as you've got no idea how to raise a cat and let it live a normal life outside.

#43 Edited by MrGeezer (56119 posts) -

@MrGeezer: Tell that to all the dog owners in my street who let them do whatever they want, at least with cats theres no risk of being killed. If you think they should be imprisoned indoors all their life you've obviously never owned one or maybe you have and just specialize in animal cruelty as you've got no idea how to raise a cat and let it live a normal life outside.

I don't like dogs running around in the street either.

And if you can't properly own a pet without having it running around freely in the streets and on other peoples' property, THEN DON'T GET THAT PET. Pet ownership is not a right and it is not a necessity. If you can't do it properly, then don't f***ing do it. If I see a dog or a cat running around in the streets or on my home with no tags, then I have no problem with taking it to the animal shelter. As far as I'm concerned, that's a stray. Hopefully instead of getting put down, it'll get adopted by someone who actually knows how to take care of the animal.

#44 Posted by foxhound_fox (87655 posts) -

Be glad you don't live in an area with castle laws (at least I assume you don't since you are still alive).

You tried to contact the property owners, they didn't answer their door. You needed to get your cat back. Bitch has nothing to complain about.

#45 Posted by 187umKILLAH (1337 posts) -

@MrGeezer: I get what your saying but it's just in cat's instinct to wander within their territory plus they have the ability to go into peoples backyards just like birds and hedgehogs do, I just don't see how a cat can really bother someone so much. I know dogs dig up my lawn and plants and attack pets and people but cats don't do any of that stuff.

#46 Edited by MrGeezer (56119 posts) -

@MrGeezer: I get what your saying but it's just in cat's instinct to wander within their territory plus they have the ability to go into peoples backyards just like birds and hedgehogs do, I just don't see how a cat can really bother someone so much. I know dogs dig up my lawn and plants and attack pets and people but cats don't do any of that stuff.

Yeah, cats generally don't cause an actual problem. But let's be real here...the TC is talking about his cat getting stuck on a neighbor's roof, and then him climbing up on the roof, and he's acting as if the neighbor is a b**** for having a problem with that. Regardless of HIS problem, the neighbor had a legitimate complaint. His ass should have been apologizing instead of acting as if it was the neighbors who were being dicks. It's reasonable for me to not want other people's cats stuck on my roof, because then I have to do something about that. It's reasonable for me to not want my neighbors on my roof, because fuck that. This neighbor was 100% justified in being upset.

#47 Posted by t1striker (1549 posts) -

I get what you mean, but you should expect someone to get mad if they see you outside climbing up their house. Also sure I myself would have listened, and connected the dots especially since you probably had the cat in your hands, and I would have calmed down. but there are many people who see something, and immediately blow up with anger without thinking, or reasoning, and in the end they just will not listen to you until they cool down. You could say they shoot and ask questions later(if that makes sense, probably doesn't).

I've never had an anger problem though, and I'm also not a woman(no offense, but some women are crazy),

#48 Edited by 187umKILLAH (1337 posts) -

@MrGeezer: If that's how you feel then fair enough, some people would choose to be more understanding but each to their own I guess.

#49 Edited by Nibroc420 (13567 posts) -

@MrGeezer said:

@187umKILLAH said:

@MrGeezer: I get what your saying but it's just in cat's instinct to wander within their territory plus they have the ability to go into peoples backyards just like birds and hedgehogs do, I just don't see how a cat can really bother someone so much. I know dogs dig up my lawn and plants and attack pets and people but cats don't do any of that stuff.

Yeah, cats generally don't cause an actual problem. But let's be real here...the TC is talking about his cat getting stuck on a neighbor's roof, and then him climbing up on the roof, and he's acting as if the neighbor is a b**** for having a problem with that. Regardless of HIS problem, the neighbor had a legitimate complaint. His ass should have been apologizing instead of acting as if it was the neighbors who were being dicks. It's reasonable for me to not want other people's cats stuck on my roof, because then I have to do something about that. It's reasonable for me to not want my neighbors on my roof, because fuck that. This neighbor was 100% justified in being upset.

No, the neighbor did not have a legitimate complaint.
House/Tree/Fence, it doesn't matter, his cat was stuck, and he went to save it.

It's reasonable for you to not want to have cats on your roof, however he didn't exactly put the cat there, and was instead removing the cat.
His neighbour should grow the **** up, and learn how to be a reasonable human being. Until then, **** his neighbor, and **** his neighbor's complaints.

#50 Posted by MrGeezer (56119 posts) -

@MrGeezer said:

@187umKILLAH said:

@MrGeezer: I get what your saying but it's just in cat's instinct to wander within their territory plus they have the ability to go into peoples backyards just like birds and hedgehogs do, I just don't see how a cat can really bother someone so much. I know dogs dig up my lawn and plants and attack pets and people but cats don't do any of that stuff.

Yeah, cats generally don't cause an actual problem. But let's be real here...the TC is talking about his cat getting stuck on a neighbor's roof, and then him climbing up on the roof, and he's acting as if the neighbor is a b**** for having a problem with that. Regardless of HIS problem, the neighbor had a legitimate complaint. His ass should have been apologizing instead of acting as if it was the neighbors who were being dicks. It's reasonable for me to not want other people's cats stuck on my roof, because then I have to do something about that. It's reasonable for me to not want my neighbors on my roof, because fuck that. This neighbor was 100% justified in being upset.

No, the neighbor did not have a legitimate complaint.

House/Tree/Fence, it doesn't matter, his cat was stuck, and he went to save it.

It's reasonable for you to not want to have cats on your roof, however he didn't exactly put the cat there, and was instead removing the cat.

His neighbour should grow the **** up, and learn how to be a reasonable human being. Until then, **** his neighbor, and **** his neighbor's complaints.

If you think that discovering people on your roof isn't a legitimate complaint, then you're an idiot. Most people wouldn't even ask for an explanation, they'd go right for the shotgun.