If you think your cat is getting a bad rap, you may want to start paying attention.
While most people might be surprised to learn that cats don’t need a lawyer, the legal profession is not always easy to navigate.
Here are some common mistakes that people make when filing lawsuits against their cat.
Filing a frivolous lawsuit The easiest way to avoid a costly lawsuit is to file one that’s frivolous.
That’s right: frivolous.
This includes frivolous suits that don’t involve a lawsuit or that are brought by a friend, family member, business associate, etc. Filed by a cat that has a medical condition or is suffering from a physical illness or injury, a veterinarian can sue you for a variety of reasons, such as causing damage to their property, negligence, or a nuisance.
Some cats are even allowed to sue people for injuries, even if you didn’t cause the injuries.
Cats are also allowed to file frivolous lawsuits when they have been deemed to have a disability.
Failing to file a complaint with the city attorney When you file a frivolous complaint, it may not get you anywhere.
You have to file with the proper city attorney, and sometimes even then, the city may have the power to take action.
This is because the city is considered a party to the lawsuit, and it has the authority to take legal action against you.
In addition, the mayor is also considered a witness in a lawsuit.
When filing a frivolous claim, it can be difficult to prove the validity of your complaint.
For example, if your cat has a severe illness, it’s likely that the city won’t investigate it or take action against your cat unless there’s a serious threat to your life.
Filling out an application to file for a temporary restraining order (TRO) Filing an application for a TRO, or temporary restraining orders, is the easiest way for a cat to get a restraining order against you without having to go through a lawsuit process.
When you contact a local shelter or rescue group for help, they will contact the shelter’s human resources department, and the shelter will then file the order for you to sign.
The shelter then provides the shelter with the court records and your contact information, and sends you an email with a link to the order.
You then have 24 hours to complete the application and pay the fee, which varies by shelter and is usually $30.
Some shelters also provide additional services like free vet appointments, and some shelters even have a dedicated team of veterinarians to help you.
Fencing your home if your cats are not allowed in the house The second biggest mistake people make is that they think their cat will be allowed in your home when it comes time to evict.
While that is technically true, many people have been living in their cats’ basements for years and never have been given an eviction notice.
This can lead to problems when the cat is trying to go back to its original home.
If you are planning on filing a lawsuit against your cats, you should ask your lawyer for help in determining whether or not your cats will be able to be home when the eviction is filed.
Fending off a burglar or prowler in your backyard The next step to avoiding a lawsuit from a cat is to stay put.
A cat can’t just sneak up behind you and run away from you.
That will just lead to a lawsuit for trespassing.
You’ll also want to check with your neighbor and your city to make sure that your cat doesn’t come after you.
If your neighbors have cameras in their yard or if your neighbor has a security system in place, you can try to get the cat’s attention so it can get away.
If that doesn’t work, you might consider fencing your backyard.
Fearing for your cats’ safety You may have heard that cats can’t jump, but a cat can jump over fences.
This doesn’t always work out, but cats can jump fences.
If a cat tries to jump over a fence, you could have to go after the cat and then bring it to a veterinarian for testing.
If the cat has the mental capacity to jump, it should be treated for the condition and given medication to help it recover.
Facing the prospect of a restraining request or eviction lawsuit If you don’t file your claim in a timely manner, your cats might just get away with a felony charge.
If this happens, your attorney can help you navigate your legal options, including the possibility of filing a bankruptcy lawsuit.
Faking injuries to prove you can’t afford the lawsuit Your cat might have an injury that’s not visible, or maybe it has a chronic condition that requires expensive care.
If it’s a medical issue that requires your cat to be in the hospital, you’re not required to pay for the hospital bills.
You can, however, try to prove that your cats were injured.