The long story is here, and the short one is, that a resident in our estate alleges (has no proof of the act) that our neutered cat visits her house (she also has two cats) nightly (he is locked up at night) to spray on all her expensive furniture and electronics.
I was hoping to deal with reasonable people (offered repellents, installation of cat-flaps etc at our cost) and finally decided that it might be better to contain our cat by wanting to erect an electric fence on top of our boundary wall - which the Home Owners Association now declined as it violates the "Architectural Rules & Regulations".
As a logical person I am failing to see the rationale: An issue has been reported and although there is no conclusive proof, I tried to rectify the situation without much success. Re-homing our cat (due to it's history) is going to impossible which ultimately will mean that we have to put our cat down.
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