A resident of St. Petersburg wrote a statement against her neighbor’s cat, whom she accused of unauthorized visits to her site and the nervousness of her pets.According to 47.news, Natalya Motorina complained to the administration of the Begunitsky rural settlement about Pushka and its owner, the head of the Oslavye village, Yevgeny Popov. The woman asked to “take action” against a neighbor because one evening his cat was sitting at her fence, “teasing the dogs”, and he also “periodically walks to the site and hunts her birds.”
In connection with the statement, the cat owner was summoned to the administration for a survey and pointed to an article of the regional law of the Leningrad region. According to him, the owner is fined from 2 to 3 thousand rubles for allowing the unauthorized movement of pets outside the place of their keeping.
The man told reporters that the complaint could be the revenge of a 40-year-old neighbor. He explained that she has seven dogs living on the site, which are constantly barking, which bother other residents. He also said that recently the lady had turkeys, geese and pigs, which also make loud and unpleasant sounds. The headman admitted that he tried to fight this according to the law: he recorded the noise on video and called the police. And in July the lady was fined.”And now here is such a retaliatory move,” the man complained. “That I am almost in cahoots with the cat … I annoy the dogs.”