stray cats--a problem

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I agree that "mistreatment does not come from letting an animal outside". What does come of letting your pets run free, is called "inconsideration for your fellow human being" and pure laziness!!!
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The Addison's wrote:

Again A!=C (or D). There are too many inherent assumptions and perspectives on word phrasing to make any blanket statements, especially condemnations without specific descriptions of the actions. Any of these could describe the same situation, depending on which side and how long one side stewed in silence: Run wild, run free, let outside, out during the day, played with in the yard for an hour a day.
If there is a problem, voice it. Only then can a neighbor be [inconsiderate]. Otherwise the 'victim' is the inconsiderate person.
Nothing says that consideration equals compliance with a neighbor's every desire either. It would be inconsiderate to "demand" complete silence in the afternoon from a young family.
The second attribute is judgemental and simple labeling/name-calling.
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