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TikToker Floored After Her Neighbor Attempts To Steal Her Cat With Bogus 'Missing' Posters

TikToker Floored After Her Neighbor Attempts To Steal Her Cat With Bogus 'Missing' Posters
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A young woman's issues with a neighbor drew the ire of the internet.

It seems Meg's neighbor Carol decided Meg's cat Moose was now Carol's cat Smudge.

Meg discovered this when friends asked why there were posters of Moose around town that said "MISSING CAT."

Meg—aka TikToker @simpleseas0n—shared her investigation into the signs on TikTok.

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my insane neighbour is trying to steal my cat what’s wrong with her #crazyneighbor #storytime #cat #karen #stolencat #petsoftiktok

The posters said Meg's cat was missing and told people to call “Carol” if found.

Meg said:

"OK, so I keep getting Snapchats and apparently my cat is missing."
"She’s not, Moose is at home right now, but people keep sending me photos of a missing poster of my cat."
"I’m looking for one now because my cat isn’t missing."

Meg added:

“I bet this is my f'king neighbor."
“She’s been trying to claim this cat for f'king months and now she’s reported it missing."
"I’m fuming."
"The absolute cheek of her to leave her phone number on it as well."
"I might just call it for a laugh and see what she says."
"Because, why is she trying to claim my cat?"

Meg later shared a follow-up to let people know she did call and would share that video soon.

@simpleseas0n

Reply to @simpleseas0n part 2! i’ll post the phone call video as soon as i can #crazyneighbor #storytime #cat #karen #stolencat #petsoftiktok

She also assured people Moose was microchipped.

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She added she contacted her vet and neighbors to let them know what was happening.

Meg then shared the infamous phone call to Carol.

@simpleseas0n

Reply to @simpleseas0n part 3! can you believe the nerve of this woman #crazyneighbor #storytime #cat #karen #stolencat #petsoftiktok

Meg wrote in the comments:

"This was the first public thing that she has done."
"I guess Moose just spends enough time at Carol's house that she thinks Moose is now hers, or that she's left us, I don't know."
"She has previously come to our house demanding that we give her cat back and she is fully aware that Moose is our cat. She's 100 per cent aware of it, she just believes that she takes better care of her."
"Which is just not true, she's actually the reason why we've had to put Moose on a diet."
"I sent all my friends around town to rip down the posters. Moose is fine, she's downstairs asleep. She's all good."

People were definitely not Team Carol in the comments.


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However, people were also critical.

Many suggested this is why cats should not be allowed to roam free.

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Having someone try to steal your pet is every owner's nightmare.

Luckily Meg seems to have the issue well in hand.