A reader writes in to find out how to prevent a neighbouring cat eating their cat's food.
Neighbouring cats keep coming into my house to eat my cat’s food. Is there anything I can do to stop them coming in?
The best answer is to invest in a microchip-enabled cat flap. You set this up to recognise your own cat’s microchip. It will then remain locked to all cats trying to get in, only unlocking as your own cat approaches.
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Dr Pete Wedderburn is a practicing vet with over 30 years' experience working with small animals. He is known for his appearances on radio and breakfast television, and writes for Saga Magazine, The Daily Telegraph and others.