The amount of cats existing in our resident is also increasing. I feel that the pinnacle of this problem is that residents have been laying down cat food on the outskirts of the pavements intending to feed the cats they normally feed. But, to add on to the dismality, it has only invited more cats to stray the streets of our residence.
One of the corners in our neighbourhood was heavily littered with food wraps, plastic and food leftovers. I believe it is caused by the same group of kids who loiter around this neighbourhood on a frequent basis. This problem has been recurring for the past few weeks and does not seem to stop. Also, to top it all off, the intensity of pest and vermin in our neighbourhood has been raising inexplicably. This is dangerous as it could lead to diseases and viruses.
This is a photo of a resident’s car I snapped a few days back. The owner of this car was fired up and displeased over the fact that his car got vandalised. If this could happen to a single owner, wouldn’t it continue to happen to other car owners residing the neighbourhood if the problem does not get ousted?
As you can see from here, texts on this carpark sign are being overwritten by papers with written words intending to insinuate what the carpark sign’s message is trying to portray. It could have been probably vandalised by mischievous kids. An act of vandalism is a form of crime as officialised by the government.