On what basis does the Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (AVA) make traps available to people who ask for them?
As long as they are for trapping strays? Or are neutered pets also considered strays?
When AVA lends out a trap, it must also insist that the person show proof that these strays cause damage to property and are a nuisance.
It should advise that trapped pets be returned to their owners and these owners be given a warning or fine, or both.
My neighbour, with whom I do not have a good relationship, has threatened to trap my pet cats.
My pet cat has been missing for a few nights. I called the AVA twice, both times leaving my details, but have not received a reply.
Annie Lin (Madam)
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