Letters to the Editor

Another furry tale

Editor: Re: “Kitten shows her owner the fury of a tiger,” (Letters, The Times, Dec. 31).

It is always a pleasure to read letter writer Mike Harvey’s furry tales.

We moved to South Langley over 20 years ago with a couple of “fixed” cats. Soon a tomcat came a-calling — walking around the house, howling and spraying his scent.

We unsuccessfully tried to find his owner. We caught the poor guy in a live trap and took him to a vet for neutering. How the vet got him out of the cage is a mystery.

We brought him back and let him stay underneath the porch. We provided him with food and water. After a few days, the cat went away and never came back.

Virve Martinoff,

Langley

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