Document everything and call the police to inform them of the situation right. If there are threats being tossed out there, the authorities need to know.
We had a harasser and our old house, she stole our mail, broke into our house and snooped around, taunted our dogs etc. The police wouldn't do anything without documentation because it's all "he said, she said" stuff.
You need to get the police involved now before something happens and they pull out the victim card. The good guy rarely wins in the end. When happens when your animals get poisoned and then YOU are filed with animal cruelty charges because there is no evidence saying otherwise? It happens.
Make the call. Like I said, take notes, and give the police weekly/bi-weekly updates.
We lived in hell for 10 years because of the psycho next door. Thankfully, we finally moved.
Also, as I'm sure you know and try very hard to do. Try to keep all animals away from them and prevent them from getting on their property. I know animals get out and cause troubles, don't I ever know it, LoL, but taking every precaution possible will be best in the long run. That way they can't call the police on you. And once the authorities are notified, prepare for everything to get worse. They'll feel "outed" and "victimized" and try to turn everything around on you.
Some people are just nuts.
"The greatest pleasure of a dog is that you may make a fool of yourself with
him and not only will he not scold you, but he will make a fool of himself too."
Last edited by CLaPorte432; 01-29-2012 at 02:34 PM.