if that is the case, please look at the original discussion that arouse from your suggestion that dogs did not have means to get to higher storeys but cats had.
if this is fact, that you are not saying that cats are indeed able to fly or climb walls vertically, and given the agreement earlier that DOGS AND CATS can jump through windows equally.....
then what's the difference between a dog and a cat, when it comes to HDB, and the decision to ban cats?
please do not try to shirk away from earlier statements made, and then present it in an absolutely different context from which it was originally presented in. thank you.
p.s. if you can provide PHOTOGRAPHIC evidence that a cat did not get there by human assistance (and this includes stairs, lifts, that a dog has equal access to)... i would laugh my head off, because you can't prove this photographically in the first place. unless you are going to insist that lack of presence of humans in that area is clear evidence that there was no human involvement. even then, i maintain that a cat has to use the stairs/lifts to get to higher floors. this of course means that a dog could do it as well. and end up jumping through the windows. which was my earlier contention, wasn't it? like i said repeatedly earlier on, are you going to stick to your story of spidercat - to which there was no refutation. now you are bringing it up a wee bit late into the discussion, despite repeated invitations to clarify this ludicrous point of yours.