Now onto the main point, there is a cat who within the year, he was lost and with a few more kittens on their own. It took some time, but i had gain his trust. And he is now in his teen years. When I can I usually feed him the healthy kind/cheap. Friskies/premium cat food. Or even toss raw cow meat for him to survive. I always make sure that his diet is secured. Not too fattening, even though he's in the wild, so he gets a whole lot of exercise. When its time to go, I wave goodbye. So at this time, he has gotten accustom to me, and knows exactly when I depart to the campus,work, or other places. There is an issue I've noticed when it comes to territorial cats. One of the female cats from the other side of the apartment, has tried numerous times to attack the poor thing. This was clear that he was out for his life, but he always survived no matter what. He got very used it. He took the toll to make the 3rd floor his resting sanctuary away from danger. Evident, he felt safer. But this woman not to be racist is a cuban mess. Now I've heard many tales that when envy structs these people, they turn to voodoo or some cult magic to cause harm. So today while heading out to the campus very early morning, the cat had a blue wool collar.
Now I instinctively felt this was wrong, and felt that this woman has decided to claim the cat for herself, even though he was meant to be outside. I felt this was very suspicious. "Why on earth would you caged a cat, knowing he belongs to the wild?"
So when I came back 4 hours later, and made sure she wasnt around, I took the scissors and remove the collar. It wasnt too tight on the neck, but i felt this could get the cat even more trouble for having a simple collar to any territorial cat nearby, or even get mangle to some object and causing injury.
Now my question is, do you think what I did was correct?
Or was it bad enough that I remove the collar and then placed it far off the floor concrete so that it wouldn't be obvious who'd done it?.
Or is she out to get me? because now it instead of casual talk it feels like she out did this on purpose. Such animals need freedom not caged out of nowhere.