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Posted: Monday, December 12, 2011 12:00 am

Poor, poor, Chuck the missing cat.

I myself have had my cat trapped and relocated. The culprit was a neighbor, and he was cruel and heartless. I had just adopted this feral and had taken it to the vet and was getting it fixed, when before I could take him back in he was missing — taken by a mean neighbor who had no good intentions. My family loved this animal, and she could have been the best pet ever.

We lived over four miles from Safeway Market, and yet the neighbor said he thought he saw the cat behind Safeway (when he really took it away).

To you humans: These animals have families, and there is almost always a young child who runs to the door calling "kitty, kitty" for hours and days on end. Leave a note on our doors saying you are tired of our cats in your yard, and maybe we will take a look at kitty's bad behavior. Just leave them alone and give us a chance to correct the problem. More Chucks will come back, and one may belong to your family someday!

Jack Jackson

Lodi

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