Ugh. Just got home about an hour ago, before I even had Hannah out of her car seat one of our very close-by neighbors came walking up to me...her body language was hostile to say the least and she was shaking. She was TICKED off!!! I asked her if she was ok and she replied that she wasn't. She went into a long rant about my cat and how he poops all over in her front yard, and just today he pooped in her open garage. And I am attracting feral cats because mine is lose and I feed him outside, ect, ect. She also asked me if I had read the Home Owners Assn. Rules, to which I said I had read some specific things but not cover to cover. The neighbor told me that cats aren't allowed to run at large, they must be confined. She invited me to come look at her front yard and all the dig marks in her beauty bark that my cat had made. So we walked over. I wasn't angry about this at all, and in fact, I can totally understand her position and it would make me angry too. And I told her this. I offerend to come and sift through her front yard to take care of any poo, but she declined. By this time ( I am sure how nice and understanding I was being shocked her), she had visibly softened and even apologized to me. I told her I would make sure the cat is confined and thanked her for letting me know of the issue. She told me that she had complained to the "Board" about my cat...so I guess I have phone call to make so that they know I've takend care of the infraction. I do feel bad my cat was causing such an issue and now I have corrected it. But the problem I still have is what to do with my cat. He cannot live indoors as he "lost" his litter box training when Hannah was born. My husband thinks we should give him away but I don't know if he'd get a good home. He's a seven year old Manx cat, neutered and huge, he's white with orange spots and copper eyes. He's an exceptional rodent hunter. How do I re-home an older cat? I don't want to take him to the Humane Society.