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Old 11-10-2006, 08:21 AM
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why is it there is one neighbor like that in every neighborhood?!!! poor cop that probably knew it was all crap, but had to drive by anyway. don't let them make you angry......they must be pretty darn lonely to have to watch neighbors all day. (altho I would have been angry at first, too!!!!)

makes me glad I don't have neighbors close enough to see! people.......
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Old 11-10-2006, 08:46 AM
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While I would call the police in a second if I saw a loose dog, particularly a loose pit bull, in my neighborhood, you seem to think your neighbor knew very well whose dog it was, and that it was leashed and supervised in your yard, and called the police just to be a pain. In that case, let me just say that some people are impossible to love. I sometimes wonder why people who are flagrantly unsuited to living among others persist in trying, when clearly they should be bunking with polar bears on a Polar research station.

However, I was curious if maybe this neighbor was aware of the problem you had with the dogs and a cat a few weeks ago, and might be motivated to call the police partly from worry about the dogs?
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Old 11-10-2006, 08:58 AM
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I see what you're saying casa, but I'm 100% sure that's not the case. This neighbor doesn't know about that. Also, my hubby was in the yard with Voodoo the entire time.

*sigh* Part of me is mad at this lady, but I also feel a bit sorry for her. She must be lonely or something to spend her free time spying on the neighborhood.
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Old 11-10-2006, 09:18 AM
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Geeze Gemp, you just got a chance to come down from the cat fiasco and now this. That's probably why your husband didn't want to tell you.

I do swear there is a vicious nosey person like your neighbor in every neighborhood and in every church in the country!
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Old 11-10-2006, 09:24 AM
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Maybe you should go have a talk with her and take your dog with you. Ask her if he was the one she imagained that she saw? Maybe she did see a brindle Pitbull (or type) with a studded collar on in the street. (?) And maybe she didn't mean your dog at all. If she says, "Yes, that's him." Tell her.....sorry lady, but he was with my husband and he was tethered and fenced. (the dog, not my husband) lol. You could say, "I'd appreciate it if you are having a problem with my dog or my dog is in the street to please call me and I'll come and identify whether it's my dog or not and if it is, I'll gladly take him home. Thank you very much for your cooperation" (Jim Carey voice)LOL.

Then hand her a pile of magazines (home decorating, quilting, baking, whatever) and an old book or two and tell her you thought you'd drop by something for her to occupy her time.

Ok....it's fun to fantisize. My mother and I do that when something weird like that comes up. "Well.....you could say.....or how about this......?" LOL.

Anyhow, sorry your whole neighborhood is harrassed by this nutty neurotic woman.
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