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    I think that this should be reported to council as neighborhood cats etc could be attracted to this and get sick/potentially spread disease, it's really very irresponsible behaviour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    Just take photos and take it in to the council?

    I don't see the need to get snappy about electronic tagging?! I have to wonder about the neighbourhood where you live if this is, as you say, an everyday occurrence.
    Hmmm sorry it was my poor attempt at a joke... My neighborhood is a good one. Not mansions or anything but quite nice. The family in question is an anomaly... The cops are regular attendees at their house...
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    That is gross and disgustingly lazy, I would probably be inclined to contact council and complain.

    Not sure how one feral is an indication of the quality of the neighbourhood? You will find the odd feral in every suburb.
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    That's disgusting... We have bagged nappies outside our front door and then if I'm going to the drive where the bins are I put them in the bin (usually twice a day). Would never leave any unbagged though! I would probably leave a note or just send a picture directly to the council.

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    Thats disgusting and lazy not to mention extremely unhygienic. Totally grossed out

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    Why? Surely going to the front door to turf them outside requires more effort then just putting them in a bin or nappy sack and just putting them all out in the Otto every evening?

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    Gross. Not ok.
    Now I'm going to read the thread....

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    Ugh, so gross!!! If it was across the road from I'd probably contact the council about it. It could attract pests, poison wildlife (eg. If a bird or possum dragged one off and started eating the actual nappy), and could spread disease.

    We have a bin by the front door in a semi enclosed porch for poopy nappies. The nappies are bagged and chucked in there until I get a chance to go downstairs and put them all in the wheelie bin (at least once a day).

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    gross, I wont even put a disposable IN my bin without a nappy sack (got maggots in the bin once from a dirty unbagged up nappy)

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    Some ppl are just so lazy, yuck!


 

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