Your family will be traveling during a long holiday weekend.
Instead of boarding your cats, you ask a neighbor to check in on them every other day. You feel good in knowing that you have someone that you can trust so close by.
Before you leave for the trip, you stock your fridge and pantry because you do not want to return from a relaxing vacation and think about grocery shopping.
When you return on Monday night and get settled in, you head to the kitchen for a snack. You open the door to the fridge and are startled. It's nearly bare.
Rotisserie chicken. Gone.
A pound each of strawberries, grapes, cherries. Gone.
Three bottles of your favorite wine. Gone.
Two baguettes. Gone.
Two pounds of salmon. Gone.
Four filet mignon. Gone.
You can't believe what you (don't) see.
Your neighbor/petsitter is the only person who has had access to your home.
You are beyond furious.
What do YOU do next?