"Even the neighbour came and said hello. He hasn't spoken to me for
two years. His cat had an accident in my garage. She was doing a little
natural need (pee) in my car, and got hit by the acetylen (sp) welding
flame. It was quite visible and the smell was terrible. The cat stayed
away for three weeks, but I of course denied every knowledge of that
Wilhelm... do I understand you correctly that you intentionally directed
an acetelyne welding flame at another living being??? No matter that it
was a cat or other animal, intentionally burning another living creature
for any reason must certainly make you the lowest life form on the planet.
Please excuse me if you honestly write back that this was a legitimate
somehow your boast of denial of responsibility would lead me to believe
that this is not the case. Please be happy that it was not one of my cats
that you did this unthinkable thing to, since I am a man of enough means
to keep you eternally tied up in court and legal actions. Maybe not with a
goal of eventual legal victory... but certainly to cause you unending
expense and grief as the easiest way to "make you pay" for this.
I normally sign "Best Wishes" at the close of posts, but in this
case considering what you claim to have done it just doesn't seem
appropriate. Instead... may your newly restored Alfa spin it's main
bearings and lock up it's differential in protest of your actions.