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22-07-2021, 03:14 PM
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Re: Neighbours.

Originally Posted by Bratti ->
It is but anyone who puts razor wire around their house clearly doesn’t care about any other living creatures
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Rubbish, absolute tosh.

I care about the security of my house and the safety of anyone here.

I also care about the wild birds in my garden, which I spend a lot of time caring for.

The razor wire is around 3 gardens now, and it works.

Fully signed and legal.

No more idiots.

The cat tunnels are working.

The old, fluffy cat which has no chance of catching a bird, still comes into the garden and the house.

It is no problem at all.

The human idiots are giving the houses a wide berth, which I am happy with.

If yacare very young you want to feed the pets the things you like.

It takes a little time for them to realise pets might have different favourites.

Once you get there , it is no problem at all.
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22-07-2021, 03:23 PM
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Re: Neighbours.

Razor wire?! My God, I thought the next civil war would be caused by terrorists or hordes of migrants or something - not because of a tiff between swimfeeders and his neighbour!

Where exactly is this razor wire? Is it rolled out along the ground in the garden? As children, we used to like to dive into hedges and pulling ourselves along the top of them. I can see I'm going to have to be careful if I want to take up this pastime again!
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22-07-2021, 03:35 PM
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Re: Neighbours.

Originally Posted by swimfeeders ->
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Rubbish, absolute tosh.

I care about the security of my house and the safety of anyone here.

I also care about the wild birds in my garden, which I spend a lot of time caring for.

The razor wire is around 3 gardens now, and it works.

Fully signed and legal.

No more idiots.

The cat tunnels are working.

The old, fluffy cat which has no chance of catching a bird, still comes into the garden and the house.

It is no problem at all.

The human idiots are giving the houses a wide berth, which I am happy with.

If yacare very young you want to feed the pets the things you like.

It takes a little time for them to realise pets might have different favourites.

Once you get there , it is no problem at all.

It's not a case of giving pets what YOU like or even what they like. It's giving them what won't cause them harm. Can you really not understand that?

As for your "razor wire" - if you actually have put any up - that certainly is going to come back and rightly bite you BIG TIME.
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22-07-2021, 03:36 PM
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Re: Neighbours.

Originally Posted by The Artful Todger ->
If you really have done what you claim then you'd better be very very careful. You have invited REAL trouble to your door and it WILL come.
Yes it will come and it takes all sorts of twisted minds to come up with razor wire in a domestic situation. Under English law, even intruders have rights. We all now await the noise of a ton of bricks falling which it will!
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22-07-2021, 03:44 PM
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Re: Neighbours.

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Nope. it is a fact of life here.

It is perfectly legal and the signage is followed.

It is on the inside of the tops of the fences, .

The only way you are going to come into contact with it it is if you are trying to break into the property illegally.

It will not kill you, Razor Wire is designed to snag you and your clothing and render you immobile.

It is not designed to kill you.

Other systems are, they are illegal without a special permit.

The signage and photos are enough to stop the idiots,

Simply not worth the effort.

The cat tunnel is great, very elderly and slow, not an issue and great fun.

It has the range of 3 gardens, I am happy with that.
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22-07-2021, 03:44 PM
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Re: Neighbours.

Originally Posted by swimfeeders ->
|Hi

Rubbish, absolute tosh.

I care about the security of my house and the safety of anyone here.

I also care about the wild birds in my garden, which I spend a lot of time caring for.

The razor wire is around 3 gardens now, and it works.

Fully signed and legal.

No more idiots.

The cat tunnels are working.

The old, fluffy cat which has no chance of catching a bird, still comes into the garden and the house.

It is no problem at all.

The human idiots are giving the houses a wide berth, which I am happy with.

If yacare very young you want to feed the pets the things you like.

It takes a little time for them to realise pets might have different favourites.

Once you get there , it is no problem at all.
Oh yeah! Ruthless, cruel, AND clueless.
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22-07-2021, 03:46 PM
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Re: Neighbours.

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If yacare very young you want to feed the pets the things you like.

It takes a little time for them to realise pets might have different favourites.
But not chocolate.
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22-07-2021, 03:46 PM
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Re: Neighbours.

Originally Posted by swimfeeders ->
Hi

Nope. it is a fact of life here.

It is perfectly legal and the signage is followed.

It is on the inside of the tops of the fences, .

The only way you are going to come into contact with it it is if you are trying to break into the property illegally.

It will not kill you, Razor Wire is designed to snag you and your clothing and render you immobile.

It is not designed to kill you.

Other systems are, they are illegal without a special permit.

The signage and photos are enough to stop the idiots,

Simply not worth the effort.

The cat tunnel is great, very elderly and slow, not an issue and great fun.

It has the range of 3 gardens, I am happy with that.
Man, you got problems.
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22-07-2021, 04:02 PM
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Re: Neighbours.

Originally Posted by swimfeeders ->
Hi

Simples, it keeps the idiots out.

The cat tunnel from next door is working.

She is an old cat, who loves tickles behind her ears


And treats birds as no threat

She is absolutely lovely and comes round for a chocolte
treat
But, Swimmy, if the tunnel works for your neighbours cat won't it also work for the others?
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22-07-2021, 04:39 PM
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Re: Neighbours.

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I thought chocolate was toxic to cats and dogs?
It is .....it gets worse.
 
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