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Complaint Review: City of Arlington Animal Services, James Culver, Alison Porterfield - Arlington Texas

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  • City of Arlington Animal Services, James Culver, Alison Porterfield 4703 Morris Heights Drive Arlington, Texas United States

City of Arlington Animal Services, James Culver, Alison Porterfield Improper disposal of deceased cat and negligent breach of fiduciary duty Arlington Texas

*Author of original report: Alison Porterfield countersues as deep cover CIA Agent James Culver goes off the grid

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Someone from and/or associated with Arlington Animal Services recently assisted Alison on 4703 Morris Heights Dr, Arlington, TX 76016 in burying possibly our missing/lost/deceased cat Tutu (microchip id 982000411850467) in her own backyard without first attempting to scan for microchip ID nor without proper incident cataloging and without following official disposal processes. 

If the allegations are true the city of Arlington has been asked to compel Attorney Alison Paige Porterfield (Texas State Bar Card Number: 24071034 ) to consent to an excavation, leading to a scanning/identification and/or subsequently a proper burial and proper documentation/cataloging of the deceased cat in question, even if it turns out to not be our missing cat but especially if it turns out to be our cat as both Alison and Culver have attempted to infer/convey that to us.

If someone from Arlington Animal Services was indeed involved in this in some way or another, I hope Arlington will do the right thing and assist us in ascertaining the true identity of the deceased cat and up to and including bringing her home so that we can properly bury her if indeed it is our cat.

Our family (including my father) was recently notified by our direct/immediate nextdoor neighbor a house resident by the name of Mr. James Culver (((REDACTED))) that his direct/immediate nextdoor neighbor an attorney Alison on (((REDACTED))) had recently found a deceased grey cat which they also claim to fit the description of our missing cat Tutu ( ).

Both James and Alison have stated to us that Alison found a dead cat in her backyard matching the description of our missing cat, but instead of notifying us right away, Alison decided to call her friend who happens to work for Animal Services and they dug a hole in her backyard and subsequently buried the dead cat without first performing a microchip scan nor without proper documentation nor cataloging of the incident.

When our cat went missing we had reached out to Alison by physical mail, by flyer, via clear colored posters of our cat at all major intersections on our shared street and directly electronically by text and the "nextdoor" app yet she never once contacted us, never reached out to us and never provided any information about a grey cat that she buried until now, nearly 2 months after the fact.

We find these sets of circumstances and conjunction of facts that she herself readily admitted to if taken as prima facie evidence at face value to be disturbing and suspect, and as the evidence will show and as we will proffer below, if the dead cat that Alison buried in her backyard is actually our cat, then we have reason to believe and do believe there was foul play at work.

James Culver is a project manager for the Lockheed Martin on the classified F35 jet program and lives directly next to our house south of us. Alison is a divorce attorney that lives directly next to James and is two houses south of our house. Both James and Alison are divorced.

My father then went over directly to Alison's house just the other day and verbally verified with her that she did indeed call up a friend whom works for animal services and was able to corroborate everything that James had earlier mentioned to us.

Namely, that Alison's friend in Animal services assisted her with burying the dead cat in her own backyard and also admitted that they did so without first scanning for a microchip, and without taking any photo evidence, and without following proper pickup/disposal procedures nor the process of cataloging the incident to include it in the deceased dogs and cats database which Arlington publishes as a public record here :

This was surprising as it was done entirely unbeknownst to us at the time, even though both Alison and James knew and had every reason to know that we were missing a grey cat at the time these events occurred.

This all seems highly unusual and not at all normal. Especially suspect given the fact that I had indeed from "day 1" previously repeatedly alerted everyone to our missing cat from the very beginning in an unequivocally clear and conspicuous manner, but now it would seem in a roundabout and retroactive manner they seem to purport to retrospectively recall incidents that were never disclosed to us, important pertinent information that at the time would have been timely and relevant.

In addition, after I reached out to Alison about all of this and to ask her more questions surrounding this event to help further narrow down the scope and zero in on the timeline in order to "rule in" or "rule out" this being our cat, she subsequently never replied back at all, never provided me the name of the person from Animal Services and coincidentally James Culver also stopped communicating altogether.

My request to her to see if I could get consent to perform an excavation of the buried remains in order to attempt to search for a possible collar (she stated there was a plastic collar, and plastics take millions of years to naturally degrade and decompose) which our missing cat had an unique and distinctive collar that would be unmistakable and definitive in making a positive ID, and also my request to try see if I can get a microchip reading to scan and match etc -- all were to no avail as all went unanswered and ignored...

My car dashcamera evidence shows that on the evening in question in which our cat went missing, James had his pickup truck blocking almost the entire width of the public road (Morris Heights Drive) laterally (perpendicular to the length of the road traversal) and himself and another female were on camera loading something into the back of his large truck.

My aerial drone footages clearly shows that James Culver's parking garage and lot is directly adjoining and connected to that of the parking lot and garage area of Alison's house. And the female in question as captured on my dashcam video that day looks a lot like Alison... Furthermore, on the very night in question Alison later claims she recall her kids were jumping on the trampoline in their backyard and when she was in the backyard there was a bright full moon that illuminated the night and that is when she saw the deceased cat in her backyard, seemingly uninjured but also not in an alive state. 

She stated she believed the cat had just very recently died (body felt warm to the touch and wasn't stiff, but there were no pulse nor breathing) and she said she went into a state of shock and panic and then decided to call up her friend from Arlington Animal Services and the friend drove over to Alison's house that night and took care of the situation by helping Alison dig a hole in her backyard (((REDACTED))) and then burying the dead cat inside the hole.

She claims that the cat resembles quite a lot that of our missing cat but when asked she also admitted that there was no attempt by anyone to scan for any microchip, and the entire incident was never officially logged nor cataloged into any database, and no records and no photographic evidence was taken prior to the ad hoc and impromptu makeshift burial. All of this to me makes no sense, and it doesn't fit. Something seems very wrong here...

Astronomical records on the night of interest show that there was a total lunar eclipse that turned the moon into a dark "blood moon" for several hours after dark that night in question. The simple ask we had for Alison was for her to check her own phone/txt/sms records and/or contact the Animal Services friend that she purported to have asked for assistance in the makeshift burial that night and between the two of them to check their phone and other electronic records to triangulate and ascertain the exact date/time of when Alison first called the Animal Services friend.

this would have helped greatly in ascertaining whether or not the dead cat they buried could have been our missing cat. Instead she refuses to cooperate with such a simple request while attempting to convey to us that it should be "case closed" and that "she took care of it" etc...

We believe there may have been some level of foul play or someone isn't telling the whole truth. This incident and case number T22001241 has been opened with Arlington PD with Sergeant Wong (817-459-6061) of APD referring it to Detective David Kubinsky #2256 @ 817-459-6071 whom himself notified me that he has previously already entered our cat's microchip ID serial number  982000411850467   into the NCIC/TCIC databases.

If the allegations are true can the city of Arlington compel Attorney Alison to consent to an excavation, leading to a scanning/identification and/or subsequently a proper burial and proper documentation/cataloging of the deceased cat in question, even if it turns out to not be our missing cat but especially if it turns out to be our cat as both Alison and Culver have attempted to infer/convey that to us.

If someone from Arlington Animal Services was indeed involved in this in some way or another, I hope Arlington will do the right thing and assist us in ascertaining the true identity of the deceased cat and up to and including bringing her home so that we can properly bury her if indeed it is our cat.

High resolution aerial photographic imagery taken from my DJI Mavic 3 at 4k HDR and my car dash camera video evidence as well as voice recorded evidence of the conversation(s) my father had with the neighbor(s) can be provided and furnished to Arlington upon request or demand to help prove and substantially support these aforementioned facts... 

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Alison Porterfield countersues as deep cover CIA Agent James Culver goes off the grid

AUTHOR: Bob - (United States)

POSTED: Tuesday, October 04, 2022

 Hello, I am writing to see if I can reschedule the motion hearing for a later date. Ideally if possible, next Thursday would work best for me or any other time/date after that etc. I know this is last minute notice so if not convenient for any of the parties involved in this matter, or if I don’t hear back in the affirmative and favorably by all parties before Wednesday night.

Then I will assume that we are still on for the hearing Thursday morning and thus proceed accordingly. Alternatively, as an option, I’m willing to propose a potential solution to resolving this case without heading to trial, and even negating the need to have a motion hearing or pre-trial hearing in the first place.

If the defendant would just be willing to simply provide me the exact date timestamp (day and date, hour and time) of the so-called cat 'incident’ in which that particular night she claims to have came home and spotted a deceased cat in her backyard etc etc then if she can simply give me this one piece of information (a date and time precise and accurate to at least the day and hour, and with some form of corroborating evidence be it a screenshot of a txt message etc etc)

Then I would be willing to voluntarily dismiss this case with prejudice in addition to offering the defendant (or her attorney) a written assurance that this narrowly tailored singular piece of information (the date and time information that she would be providing to me) will never be used against her in any way in any potential civil or criminal etc matter in the future, be it local, state or federal etc.

Basically, in a nutshell, I would settle for knowing when exactly she claims to have found a dead cat in her backyard. If she is able and willing to provide this one singular piece of information to me I will voluntarily dismiss/drop this case and promise that it will never be used against her for any other reason or in any other potential filing/complaint/cases etc.

The longer version of this, in case the above aforementioned doesn’t make much sense to either the court or the defendant's attorney is as follows with more expounded context and details: Back in around the middle of May this year, one Sunday morning one of our family's beloved cats went outside strolling and never made it back home.

We have lived at this house since 2005 and never lost any pets before, and our cat Tutu (a gray female nebelung) had been with us for almost five years ever since we adopted her as a small kitten from the local Arlington Animal Services and she had never once gone missing or gotten lost) Later when reviewing home camera evidence we determined she last exited our home around 9AM that fateful morning, and was then never to be seen again either on camera nor by anyone else.

And while we have speculated as to some likely or possible root causes that may have caused her to go missing (such as being chased away by a local aggressive tomcat and subsequently displaced, or attacked and/or eaten by an coyote, or stolen by human theft or accidentally taken in by someone in the area thinking she was a stray or abandoned cat etc) we up to this point in time have no definitive evidence or knowledge as to what really happened to her, and we don’t even know for sure whether or not she is still alive or if she already passed away etc.

On the very first same day she initially went missing, that same evening I posted online on the nextdoor app, as well as the facebook page for local lost and found cats and dogs, and on sites/apps like pawboost etc… In addition, I printed several flyers that same night and went door to door, including leaving a paper flier taped to the defendant’s door (who lives two doors from us, with a James Culver as both of our immediate neighbor sandwiched in between our houses) as well as leaving a paper flier in the defendant's mailbox.

I did the same for all the immediate neighbors on my street within a three house radius. The very next morning I knocked on James Culver’s door (Culver lives directly/immediately between our home and that of the defendants) and advised him of our missing cat, he immediately started acting weird saying things like sorry for your loss its very sad etc etc when at that point in time I had presumed we would still find our cat, but then stated that he would check his cameras and would let his neighbor (Allison) know as well etc.

About three days later I also re-posted a second listing for lost/missing cat on nextdoor and even contacted and messaged the defendant (both of her nextdoor accounts) directly on nextdoor to make sure she would see the message/listing. I never once heard anything from Alison. In point of fact, although we have lived at the same house since 2005, I have never once interacted with Alison, never once talked to the defendant nor had any interactions with her, not even so much as a 'hi’ or wave/smile etc.

Unlike undercover CIA Agent James Culver (more details on this down below), I tend to keep to myself and don’t get all up in my neighbors business etc and have never had any bad blood or incidents/encounters etc with any of my neighbors in all the time I’ve lived here.

The days turn into weeks and as time went by I purchased and sent out several 'cat amber alerts’, the first time it was an alert that was automatically sent out to the phones of the nearby 500 homes, then the second time was to 1000 homes and then the final third time was to 1500 homes in the area.

While I did have some folks call me back, and did go check out the leads, ultimately nothing turned up. In addition to the phone alerts, I used an automated bulk mailing system called switchmail, and mailed paper fliers to every house on our street (including Alison’s house) and later on expanded that to nearly 800 homes in the area etc.

In all this entire time I never once heard directly from Alison, and she never contacted us. So imagine my utter shock and surprise when months later, one day out of the seemingly blue, James Culver decides to come to our house completely at random and and knock on our door and tell us this whole elaborate story about how back in the middle of May his neighbor Alison had come home one evening and spotted a dead gray cat in her backyard and buried it.

He then tells us that instead of contacting us, Alison called up her friend who happened to work at Arlington Animal Services and that friend drove over to her house that same night and helped her dig a ditch in her backyard and buried the cat.

She later admitted that neither she nor the friend who worked at Arlington Animal Services even bothered to perform a microchip scan nor take any photographic evidence prior to burial and in fact didn’t even recall checking for a collar or collecting a collar if one existed etc. Immediately after hearing this revelation from James, my father tried to get in contact with Alison that very night but was ignored by the defendant until almost three weeks later when she begrudgingly agreed to talk to him.

When my father questioned her directly, she admitted to the same set of facts that Culver had earlier detailed to us, and so it was at this point that I wrote to the defendant to ask if she would allow us to excavate the buried cat to attempt a post-mortem identification and microchip scan to know for sure if this cat was our Tutu.

I also asked, if she was not comfortable with this, for her to at least at a minimum provide us the date and time of when she first encountered the deceased cat, even hinting to her it would be quite easy and trival for either her and/or her friend from Animal services to look up the call/text history on their respective phones to be able to ascertain/triangulate the date/time of when this happened.

I would not need to know and did not ask for the name of her friend. This small piece of information is very important to us because based on this we could potentially very easily rule out this buried cat as being our cat Tutu (for various reasons which I won’t waste the time to delineate right now but could provide/proffer upon request).

Weeks go by and Alison never responds. I then tried to communicate this to James Culver as by this point he had seemingly interjected himself as a middle-man or backchannel communication guy of sorts but to this he also never responded and completely ignored us. It was only after this that I filed the lawsuit.

I posted online on a forum one evening suspecting that James Culver was actually an undercover CIA agent (very long story which I won’t get into here) and not so surprisingly the very next morning the FBI got involved and even my Mom got frightened. Shortly thereafter, Culver claims to have "lost his phone” and then claimed that the reason he didn’t respond was ostensibly allegedly purported to be because he lost all the information on his smartphone including his contacts and thus had to get a new number and new phone etc…

Some time later I found out that James Culver suddenly sold his home and packed up and moved away. One has to wonder, what was the entire point and purpose of James Culver providing us (or was it really Alison herself but by and through James Culver as an intermediary channel) with this information retroactively, months too late after the fact (we would have liked to collect a dna sample to possibly clone our cat Tutu if indeed she was recently deceased etc) and after we have already spent thousands of dollars and countless hours of effort searching for Tutu if in fact they actually knew or already had reason to suspect from the very beginning that Tutu had actually dead in their backyard?

Like seriously, what is the point of telling us this after all this time had passed and when it was no longer actionable and after we wasted all this effort in the search *AND* most inexplicably is that in addition to and on top of all this, they then absolutely refuse to answer even the most simple, basic and reasonable question of WHEN exactly they claim to have spotted/found/buried the dead gray cat…

We all felt that there was something very off about all of this. It didn’t make sense for them to suddenly like manna from heaven do this long elaborate and very sudden/shocking 'information drop’ out of the blue and out of absolutely nowhere and to then immediately thereafter in a very abruptly roundabout fashion go completely radio silent, refusing to engage or even clarify or offer the absolute very simplest of questions or details.

Instead, all they said during this information drop that blindsided us out of nowhere was that they "took care of it” (being or meaning that the dead cat has been buried in Alison’s backyard and basically we can stop our search etc) and subsequently completely ignored us, wouldn’t allow us to try to dig up the cat for a positive ID or chip scan, and wouldn’t even tell us the time and date of when they discovered the cat; infact they went completely silent, not only ignoring us right after this info drop of theirs but also not even having the reasonable common courtesy of even acknowledging that we reached out to them in communication in the first place even if they decided to refuse to provide us with that simple information for whatever inexplicable reason(s).

If they are so certain that the dead cat being buried in Alison’s backyard is actually our missing/lost cat Tutu to the point of being dismissive of even providing us an answer as to when they found the dead cat (and instead simply restoring that they "took care of it” as in they buried it and don’t worry about it anymore etc) then why can we not have Tutu back to give her a proper burial?, and why should our beloved cat of five year’s final resting place be in Alison’s backyard instead of our own?

For what reason do they want to keep our cat whether dead or alive? Conversely, if they are not actually that sure the buried cat is our Tutu, then why be so dismissive to our questioning, why the refusal to provide the date timestamp of when they discovered and/or when they buried the deceased cat?

Why give the impression that they already know beyond any doubt as a foregone conclusion that this buried cat is actually our missing cat Tutu and basically try to manipulate us into stopping the search and/or mentally giving up hope? Indeed, If they are not sure then what is the harm in providing us with this very simple piece of information in helping assist us in finding out and making that determination one way or another?

Especially since after I communicated to both CIA Agent James Culver and to divorce attorney /defendant Alison that this was a crucial piece of information for us that could go a long way in allowing us to come to some sort of definitive conclusion? In any case, why not provide us with this simple date/time information that could go a long way in assisting us in either ruling out or maybe even ruling in whether or not the buried cat is indeed Tutu so we can ascertain the truth?

This is unfathomable, any stranger on the street would do more than these next door neighbors whom intentionally decided to withhold this information and after they dropped this bombshell from nowhere. It would seem the real purpose is that they simply wanted us to stop our search for our missing cat, regardless of whether or not the dead cat buried in Alison’s backyard is actually our cat Tutu.

They simply don’t care. This explains why they went out of their way to provide this elaborate story but then couldn’t even be bothered to answer the very simplest of details. But why and for what reason? Maybe James Culver didn't want to draw attention to himself being a CIA Agent and all...? or Maybe Alison used Culver to help cover up her own tracks or at the very least as a sort of intermediary middle-man communication mechanism that somehow she feels shields her from legal liability while still getting the message across and conveying the communication?

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AUTHOR: Bob - (United States)

POSTED: Sunday, August 14, 2022

As far as the Alison Porterfield / Sanders situation, I always found it was very strange that she waited so long to tell James Culver about the dead cat she had a friend from Animal Services help her bury in her backyard. Or maybe she told him right away but for some inexplicable reason he decided to wait months to tell us.

My reasoning is this: on the very same night we realized Tutu first went missing, I printed makeshift flyers on my home printer and taped them to the doors of the immediate neighbors, including leaving a note in front of Alison's front door and in her mailbox.

Later the next day or so, I also went on the "Nextdoor" app and sent an email/direct message from my account to all the households on the entire block of Morris Heights basically notifying them of our lost/missing cat and I recall (and have screenshot evidence) that I sent the multiple messages to Alison Porterfield (going by Sanders last name by that point) but we never heard from her.

This is not to mention I had posted two public posts on nextdoor about our missing cat Tutu that would have been visible to Alison even if she didn't read my private message sent directly to her. In addition, I used another service called Switchmail (bulk mailing as a service) and initially sent everyone on our block and the blocks right next to us a paper flier in the physical mail with Tutu's photo, description, when she was lost and where and how to get in touch with us.

To say nothing of the fact that for weeks my father had written his bike all across the area and posted neon posters of “Missing Cat Tutu” with her picture and his contact information, I even reposted some fliers redundantly on our very street in very visible and conspicuous places, making it impossible for Alison to have not seen something.

I also later sent out two "cat amber alerts" the first package being 500 homes being dialed and the second package being 1,500 homes being dialed. In point of fact, the very next morning after Tutu first initially went missing (May 16th) I knocked on James Culver's door and spoke with him in person at length about our lost cat.

He mentioned he had seen our other cat MeiMei around and on his security camera but hadn't seen Tutu and would ask around, keep an eye out, check his security footage and let us know etc. For context, Culver and Alison live directly next to each other without even a fence for separation and they have been spotted together often, both are divorced with children.

Culver stays at home and works remotely for Lockheed Martin as a manager of sorts for their top-secret F35 program and Alison is a seasoned divorce attorney at a law firm.

We finally weeks later found out from James Culver that Alison had disclosed to him that in or around middle of May that a gray cat fitting or at least consistent with the description of our missing Tutu (even down to the fact that the cat didn't have a collar ID tag but did have a grayish flea collar etc) was found dead in her backyard when she came home one night.

She stated that it was a "full moon" that night, and that her kids had been jumping up and down the backyard trampoline and she spotted the dead cat nearby when she got home. She stated the cat didn't look hurt nor injured and was still slightly warm to the touch but not breathing and no heartbeat.

She said when she found the cat it was already dead but not stiff yet, indicating likely it hadn't been dead for long (maybe hours at most) and in a panic she freaked out, not knowing what to do she called up her friend who she stated happens to work for animal services and the friend drove to her house that same night and helped her dig a hole in her backyard somewhere and then buried the dead cat.

When asked, she admitted that there were no attempts to collect the collar nor were any photos taken for documentation and they didn't even attempt a microchip scan. This dead cat was also never catalogged nor added to the list of dead cats that Arlington maintains on their website database. So proper procedure was not followed.

So in my letter I asked her just one simple question, could she tell me the exact date and timestamp of when she first reached out to call/contact/txt her friend that night? Between her and her friend that shouldn't be that hard to find out, and it isn't like I asked for her friends name or contact info, I merely asked for the exact time, this didn't invade on anyone's right to privacy.

She, being an attorney, should know about all this already. I told her that with this information I may be able to rule in or rule out whether or not this dead cat could be Tutu even without any need to take any further action nor ask any more questions, much less do any excavation of sorts.

For starters, Tutu was never missing (and was thus always alive) until at least 8:45AM Sunday May 15th 2022, so if she reached out to her friend on the night of May 14th or earlier date then we can immediately know for sure this cannot possibly be Tutu.

Likewise, if she first reached out on say Monday May 16th 2022 or any date afterwards, we can also confidently rule out this being Tutu... and the reasoning for this being Tutu had a very familiar grasps of our immediate surroundings so there is no way that she would have made it all the way back home and simply died two houses away from us in Alison's backyard instead of in our own, which for our cats was a mere stone throws away, especially given the fact that we were actively looking and scouting for her throughout the night of May 15th and also in the morning of May 16th etc...

Yet, despite knowing all this, Alison Porterfield Sanders refused at all to cooperate and wouldn't provide me the date/timestamp nor even acknowledge or reply back telling me why she couldn't give me this information.

If the dead cat she buried was indeed our Tutu, or if the night she buried a dead cat happened to coincide with the same night that Tutu first went missing, then I do have car dashcam video evidence of the two cars parked in front of her house that night, even though resolution isn't sharp enough to get a positive ID on the license plate number itself it can and does make out the make and model of the cars parked outside her home that evening.

May 15th happened to be not only the date our Tutu first went missing but also the same day our home's Central AC broke down, so in addition to me driving out that evening to scout for Tutu by car I also had to make several trips with my father to our local nearby Kroger to get some extra bags of ice etc.

When my father first heard of these events from James Culver he tried reaching out to Alison that same night, it wasn't until weeks later that Alison finally talked to him to confirm the story. Once my father informed us that Alison confirmed what James had already disclosed, I wrote to Alison the next day asking her some very simple questions but I never once received any acknowledgement, response nor reply back.

I figured if she didn’t want to talk to me she would at least talk to Reed Benes, a mutual/neutral third party who has helped many neighbors and could answer questions from him. In all my years of living here I've never had an interaction with her, much less a bad one. It's not like I ever had any bad blood with any of the neighbors or anyone she knows etc.

As an attorney and as a neighbor, her actions and/or lack thereof have been uncharacteristic, contradictory, puzzling, inconsistent, inexplicable and unreasonable and totally lacking even the basics minimum baseline of empathy and courteousness. One doesn't have to be a judge, prosecutor, jury or defense attorney to know that something doesn't fit, something isn't right here. Something is very off… This is why I filed a ripoffreport, a State Bar complaint and a small claims lawsuit against her.

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AUTHOR: Flint - (Afghanistan)

POSTED: Monday, July 18, 2022

Seriously?  You are harrassing your neighbor and invading their privacy over a dead cat, who may or may not be yours?  And by the way, flying a drone over someone else's property for surveillance purposes is a criminal offense under TX law.

Your cat probably got hit by a car, crawled into the neighbor's yard, and died there.  Or maybe they ran over the cat accidentally and didn't want to tell you.  Who knows.  Either way, nothing you do at this point is going to bring your cat back from the dead, and nobody is going to excavate a dead cat from someone's back yard just to see whether or not it used to belong to you.  The only thing you are accomplishing is convincing everyone that you are insane.

People who care about their cats keep them indoors.  Cats that live outside rarely survive for more than 5 years or so.  They can get hit by cars, attacked by other animals, get various diseases, eat or drink various poisons, etc.

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AUTHOR: Robert - (United States)

POSTED: Monday, July 18, 2022

Trying to make heads or tails of your novel because what you are writing doesn't make sense. You spend a good portion of your report talking about eclipses, dash cams, drones, voice recordings, and people working for aerospace companies.

Then followed by some odd discussions about evidence of procedure and I think at one point you are even accusing them of murdering your cat. You apparently sent someone over to the house and the person described what you believe is your cat.

But unless you have it buried somewhere in that report, did you ever ask the person directly if you could get the cat to verify if it was or was not your cat? If so what did they say? If not why haven't you?

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