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We have in our large condo building a regulation (voted in AGM as part of a larger set of rules) : " do not leave the pets by themselves to wander around or disturb others."

However a few co-owners have cats left out during the night and urinating and defecating in the common area. In one case they do it on the shoes which the co-owners leave outside before entering their condo unit...and it is not unusual that then other cats detects the smell and go there to...

Does any TVF member have any experience what can be done about this (except poisoning them)?

I case if the police is called they will laugh...but this is really not funny.

 

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Thats disgusting.  Personally I would never live in a building that allowed pets at all, and even in our building where they are not allowed, a resident (or relative) regularly walked her small dog from outside around the car park doing its business.  The JP fixed that eventually.

 

Dont you have a JP that can grip this up? No point passing sensible rules if they are not enforced with suitable penalties. First a quiet word, and notices on the board/in lift(s), then name and shame. If that doesnt work, then many JP's have a tame policeman (brown envelope), who can knock the door, assuming you know the rom numbers of offenders. 

 

Good luck - and take your shoes in at night! and try strong smelling disinfectant outside your door maybe? (assuming your shoes smell no worse than cat pee that is)

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Stop leaving shoes about for them to <deleted> in....absolutely do not poison them

(Thai law is very strict on "animal cruelty" less punishment if you beat the living daylights out of the owners)

Police will do nothing except laugh... about the only thing to do is to try and shame the irresponsible pet owners into doing the right thing..😩

 

Really its the Condo management company that should be dealing with it , maybe monetary fines to owners of even confiscate the animal but that's probably illegal ????

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17 minutes ago, fvw53 said:

what can be done about this (except poisoning them)?

Nothing.

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On September 21, 2019 at 2:10 PM, fvw53 said:

what can be done about this (except poisoning them)?

The cats or the owners? Either way, poisoning them might raise some new health issues in the building.

 

Sounds like a lovely building, by the way.

 

If I left my shoes outside the door and every night someone or something urinated and defecated on them, I think I would start parking the shoes just inside the door.

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On 9/21/2019 at 7:22 PM, johng said:

Stop leaving shoes about for them to <deleted> in....absolutely do not poison them

(Thai law is very strict on "animal cruelty" less punishment if you beat the living daylights out of the owners)

Police will do nothing except laugh... about the only thing to do is to try and shame the irresponsible pet owners into doing the right thing..😩

 

Really its the Condo management company that should be dealing with it , maybe monetary fines to owners of even confiscate the animal but that's probably illegal ????

Find out who is doing it and return to sender.

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We at the pussy protection association have uncovered evidence that points to a long term Jomtien resident:

 

 

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Okay, this works great where I live, mix a bowl of floor cleaner mixed with chilli powder and peppers and regularly wash your floor anywhere you don't want cats and dogs to go near to.  Cats literally jump away from that area. 

 

(Leave a small route away from your condo door for them to get past)

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1 hour ago, Suradit69 said:

If I left my shoes outside the door and every night someone or something urinated and defecated on them, I think I would start parking the shoes just inside the door.

That's not really fair on the cats; would you give them a key?

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1 hour ago, hyku1147 said:

We at the pussy protection association have uncovered evidence that points to a long term Jomtien resident:

 

 

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Cat burglar?😄

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Offer the do a trial with the management and put mothballs behind pots, under edges of furniture ... the animals won't pee and poo there. It's a surefire way to stop them doing their business there.

Don't worry you won't smell them but the animals will because the gas they give off is heavy and will lay along the ground and these critters have very, very sensitive senses of smell.

If anyone's got this issue outside then do the same along fence-lines, on lawns, garden beds, and the little furry friends won't go near the place.

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