I found hundreds of bags of used cat litter in my yard – when I caught my neighbor red-handed he still denied it

A COUPLE who found hundreds of bags of used cat litter in their yard claim they caught their neighbor red-handed – but he still denied being responsible.

Serra Elle took to TikTok to explained how she kept finding bags of cat feces in her yard.


The overlay text on her video reads, “When you discover why your yard always is covered in cat litter/cat poop” while Michael Jackson and Rockwell’s “Somebody’s Watching Me” plays in the background.

The video then shows a man who appears to be flinging a bag of litter from his balcony.

A follow-up video shows Elle’s husband confronting the neighbor in the act.

Inaudible in the video, the neighbor responded with a comment about “your side” of the yard.

“It’s always in my yard, it’s making me sick, it’s making my wife sick, it’s making my dog sick,” the husband said.

The neighbor at first denies his actions and claims he’d never done it.

He said he only throws it to pick it up along with another neighbor’s dog poop.

Eventually, he apologized, said he wouldn’t do it anymore and offered to clean it up for the couple.

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“Would really appreciate it because I’m allergic to it. It makes me so sick,” Serra Elle said.

The initial video gained more than six million views.

Another TikTok user commented, “Get a slingshot and sling it back at him.”

“How hard is it to scoop it into a bag? It’s the same amount of EFFORT,” another commented.

Cat litter has been known to trigger allergies in humans, according to WhatAboutPets.

“If you’re allergic to cat litter, you might notice a runny nose, sneezing, red eyes, shortness of breath or asthma. In some cases, you can even develop hives on your skin,” the site reported.


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