An English judge says: "Where a defendant caused traps scented with strong smelling baits to be placed on his land, so near to the plaintiff's house as to influence the instinct of the plaintiff's dogs and cats, and draw them irresistibly to destruction, it was held that the defendant was answerable to the plaintiff for the injuries sustained, although he had no intention of injuring the plaintiff particularly; and it was also held that he (defendant) would be responsible for injuries sustained by any dogs (or cats) tempted from the highway or public paths to the traps on defendant's land, for he had no right to invite'them there for the purpose of destroying them".