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Op needs a cat like mine. If he sees something he'll catch it and bring it to you and let it go. Granted, he's letting it loose in your house again, but it's not a bloody mess on your floor :P haha

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My cat catches the mouse, uses it as a toy to fling around for a bit, then she'll puncture it's lungs. Then she decides whether to bring it right up to me, and drop it by my feet as a present, or if she wants to eat it. She would never leave a mouse, or bird for that matter, just lying around inside though.

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My cat would play with it, sometimes eat it, sometimes not. I had a cat when I was younger bring a mouse on my bed as a present I'd get in the morning, if that's not bad enough, it was just the head!

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Some people have these really neat things called bulk or automatic feeders Fill up a special container with food then as te cat or dog eats what's in the bowl more food falls into the bowl....

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Lol my gram has them for her cats that are similar to bulk candy things in stores, the food just drops as what's in the collection area is used up. No noise r anything which is good because one of her cats is afraid of /everything/

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They probably had someone checking in on the cat. The person housesitting may not have went into the part of the home where the dead animals were/ noticed the dead animals. There are also automatic food/water feeders that dispense it at certain times. And there are self cleaning cat litter boxes. There are all sorts of tools that allow people to leave their cat unattended for a few days to a couple weeks. Sheesh you people are morons.

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