We live in a nice-ish place for the city we're currently in. I am constantly having to dig in Leila's mouth and once I had to stick my finger halfway down her throat because of the trash she's picked up. I love puppy kisses and all, but sticking my finger down a dogs throat really upsets the germaphobe inside me.
One lady actually stopped me and said, "Do you know there's always trash in your parking spot?"
I told her yes, I'm always having to clean it up, and that I'm always having to reach inside my pups mouth to remove it. She said, "You don't clean it up, I do! Stop leaving trash in your parking spot!"
Um, excuse me? If it were my trash, 1) I wouldn't be upset about it, and 2) if it were in my spot, obviously it came from the car beside me (I have a corner parking spot). If it came from my car, it would have rolled out into the spot beside me, not roll halfway and magicly turn in reverse and go under my own car.
So I explained that to her, but she wasn't hearing it. She just turned her back and walked away, muttering over her shoulder.
People can be so freaking stupid. I think it'd be a good idea to call in, it may make someone more aware of what they're doing. The old man beside us just doesn't realize what he's doing, he's 86 years old and just doesn't realize things like that are happening.