Showing homes in Collier Hills recently and I came across this sign:
It’s the first time that I’ve seen at a cat crossing sign before. I see the “”children at play”” and “”watch for senior citizens“” fairly often, which has always made sense. There are, after all children at play and seniors on the road, and Atlanta is notorious for its lack of sidewalks. But do we really have an epidemic of cats darting through streets?
Don’t get me wrong, I’ve got nothing against cats. It just got me wondering: Did the City of Atlanta put this sign up? Did a rogue neighbor affix it him/herself? Is this something that’s Collier Hills-centric, or are there other neighborhoods in Atlanta that are become more sensitive to cats as pedestrians?
These are the things that Realtors wonder about as they traverse our city’s great neighborhoods…
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