In order to prove that he DID NOT shoot the cat, being that the cat is on his property a lot, he can call me when he sees the cat. The cat has already been missing too long.
He shot the cat twice before. that's what I'm going to sue him for. my pet insurance reimbursed me $50.18 out of a $1900 bill. Then there's the vet bill from last April, but I did get reimbursed for all possible.
Didn't know these wounds were gunshots until I SAW THE XRAY REPORTS stating metallic fragments....I have a beef with the vet that they told me verbally when I was there that xrays were okay. They just read the botXXXXX XXXXXne and the botXXXXX XXXXXne did not mention fragments, so the radiologist was very sloppy on this too. Medical director emails and said he had spoken with hospital leadership and they are going to add a summary to my baby's report.
I swear to God, mail is getting worse as time goes by. More of it and more inaccuracies, i.e., credit card refunds missing after 6 months, wrong dates, no dates on important documents, etc., etc. On my kitty's last vet visit, there were so many inaccuracies many paragraphs had to be redone and they have to get permission to do that. I'm a medical transcriptionist so I know the importance of accurate documentation. A misplaced comma can change the meaning of a sentence.
I caught this guy red-handed shooting at my cat, didn't hit him. Shooting at him across a road. Dwelling are far too close to his where he shouldn't be shooting on his property at all. Shoots at raccoons coming into his yard. His on the raccoon's property not vice versa. God forbid he's shot a raccoon and didn't kill it putting him in the unbearable pain he put my kitty in on those two occasions. Say him last night, asked him where my cat was, didn't know. What did you do with him? Did you kill him? Says I'm not answering any more questions. If it were me and I did not kill the cat, I would have said NO, I DID NOT KILL THE CAT. This cat comes home every day no matter where he's been during the day. Something has definitely happened to him as we haven't seen him since 4am last Friday.
This guy is as volatile as they come. Loses temper and you don't know what he will do. His neighbors fear him. Walks around with a gun on his right hip every day everywhere. Shot a gun in the air last night after speaking with him.
As mentioned, his big mouth forces me to go to court where both sides of the story can be told. I have the tractor issue and now the cat issue. Can I put both on a small claims form to be heard at the same time? One does have something to do with the other.