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When I was a kid, if a cat (that wasn’t ours) was found in our garage and we couldn’t get it out, we went door-to-door, looking for the owner.  We didn’t call Animal Control, as our only resort.  If a home owner needed the lawn mowed and couldn’t do it, for any reason, a neighbor would do it — without expecting anything in return, except maybe getting help (from any neighbor) if he needed it, someday.  

I am not going to start a rant [here, now ;)], but what happened to “Good Neighbors”?  Why do people call the Board of Commissioners (to complain) if a neighbor’s hedge is too high or Animal Control if a cat’s in the garage (rather than ask neighbors if they own the cat)?  What happened to Good Neighbors?
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