Somebody's dog got my neighbor's sister's cat yesterday. It was black and sorta big, so right away she assumed it was my 'vicious pit bull'. If my dog is outside, he is either on his dog run or we are with him. He also wears a bell when outside so that if he does get out of my sight I can track him by ear. It's LOUD. He is my responsibility, and I take that seriously. I've put a LOT of effort into his training. So actually has my cat, she gave him a few swats on the nose to reinforce the idea that kitty =/= toy. But, he is still a pup, and from breeds with good prey drives. That's why we supervise him, to make sure he stays on his property. She got in my face and was calling me a liar, that she wanted reimbursement and the 'vicious pit bull' put down. Now, had it actually been my dog, or if it could reasonably have been my dog, I'd have reimbursed her. However, he got some shots yesterday. He doesn't take shots well, at all. This is documented by our vets. That's how he spent the day yesterday. It took bacon to get him to move, and even then he had to think about it for a couple minutes. I had to use the puppy pads because he wouldn't go outside, not even for the bacon. (he's almost as bad as my husband when he isn't feeling well. Blah, males) And yes, those of you who know dogs, he is most definitely not a 'vicious pit bull'. Lab Boxer cross. So, now I have to figure out how to mend fences with this neighbor. And keep an eye out for a cat-killing stray.