As the dog show wraps up, a cat question rolls into the Ask Curbed inbox:
I woke up this morning to the sound of a cat crying non stop instead of my alarm clock. Even though my apartment building does not allow pets, I know that my neighbor has one. I figured it was hungry and I got concerned that it lacking food or water. When I left to go to work, the crying was louder, and I saw that the cat was in the hallway with a plate of food and water bowl crying at the apartment door to be let in. My neighbors and I weren't sure if we should call the super, animal control or what? We didn't want our neighbor to get in trouble, but we also didn't want to have the cat be harmed. What is the proper course? Meow! Your advice welcomed in the comments.
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