Hi all - given that people were so helpful when I last posted, I thought I would turn to you for advice again! We have had Sid for a few months now. He's a four your old, very athletic tabby. He loves being outside and seeing all that nature has to offer. The issue is that he doesn't just observe nature - he wants to be actively involved! Over the past two weeks, he has managed to catch two just-born chicks, a bird, a mouse and a frog. Each time he comes back with it rammed between his jaws and looks very proud of himself. Whilst cats will be cats, it's beginning to cause us quite a lot of angst. This morning, after he had eaten 75% of the frog, he promptly regurgitated it. Aside from the unpleasantness of the poor frog that had a premature end to its life, and having to clean up regurgitated remains, we're really worried about what will happen we go away on holiday (or, frankly, even back to work once 'lockdown' ends). Given he likes to bring back his hunting spoils to the house, we're worried that we'll return after two weeks away (or a long day at work) to find a collection of dead, chewed up animals rotting in the house and piles of cat vomit seeping into our floors. Whilst obviously we will have people pop in to put food down for him whilst we're away on holiday, it's not realistic for them to check every room and behind/under furniture for any unwanted surprises. Does anyone have any advice on how to handle this behaviour? We need to find a solution that doesn't mean that whenever we're away from the house, we're constantly worrying about what we'll come back to on our return. Thanks very much in advance!