I AM the owner of two cats and have witnessed foxes attacking them in broad daylight on three occasions.

My vet has confirmed the bite marks on my cats are those of a fox.

A domestic dog gets fed regularly and does not have to hunt for food.

The fox does not have the opportunity to rip open bin bags for food any more, thanks to the wheelie bin.

This means they have become more aggressive and have to hunt for their food.

Many kittens in the area have gone missing and have never been found.

Times are changing and so is the fox.

Dartford Council is aware of the above but is not interested in doing anything about it.

Had I not witnessed the first attack I would have agreed foxes pose no threat but sometimes it takes seeing something to believe it.

Carl Ramsay Invicta Road Stone