*Online Premiere* Two tenants of an apartment building attempt to stop whoever's putting up cat stickers everywhere. Joe Bonacci directs and stars in “Cat Stickers,” an absurd comedy about the turmoil an obnoxious neighbor stirs up with his decorative actions and unconvincing denials. The culprit is obvious but the neighbors give him a chance to admit it for himself, something he’s unwilling to do, evading their questions (“I’ve seen them, but this is the first time I’m hearing of it”), and even going on the offensive, admitting he’s attempted to break into one of their apartments (“I’ve tried to get in there before, it’s always locked”). The series of interactions turn the neighbors from gently annoyed to full-on infuriated. It’s a fun bit, short and sweet, with funny performances from its three improvising leads, some sort of bizarro Law & Order episode with no stakes that goes nowhere. [Watch on YouTube]. (4 minutes). Written, directed and edited by Joe Bonacci. Starring Tabitha Vidaurri, Joe Bonacci, Lucas McGowen. DP: Joe Ciccarella.