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(News 10 ABC Sacramento)   This is what happens when you weirdos dress Sir Whiskerlickens von Fluffybutt in people clothes   (news10.net) divider line 29
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2014-04-17 11:40:02 AM  
4 votes:

SecretAgentWoman: Seriously, these cats just didn't become beasts over night. They have been mistreated by their humans one too many times.


FTA: It caused deep gashes on the legs of its owner's 10-year-old brother

Yep.  There's the problem.  Kids are assholes to pets, even if they're not trying to be mean.  Sometimes the animals get fed up with it.  When I was a kid, I yanked on my cat's tail, and she shredded my hand.  I learned my lesson, and my parents didn't tell the farking news about it.
2014-04-17 11:35:14 AM  
4 votes:
Seriously, these cats just didn't become beasts over night. They have been mistreated by their humans one too many times.
2014-04-17 11:52:47 AM  
3 votes:

SecretAgentWoman: Seriously, these cats just didn't become beasts over night. They have been mistreated by their humans one too many times.


Could be misdirected aggression which can happen suddenly to a well taken care of cat.

Good news is when a cat flips out, nobody dies.
2014-04-17 11:46:23 AM  
3 votes:

SecretAgentWoman: Seriously, these cats just didn't become beasts over night. They have been mistreated by their humans one too many times.


I don't know how accurate the article was but it claimed it as a 1.5 year-old intact male.  There's your problem.
2014-04-17 11:40:21 AM  
3 votes:
Firefighters threw a fire blanket on the feline and used a metal pole to lure him into a cage, finally trapping the temperamental tomcat.

I've located the source of the problem!

/fix your f*cking animals
2014-04-17 12:14:03 PM  
2 votes:
I've known a lot of cats in my life and I've never known one to suddenly go nut for no reason at all. I'm betting the animal was abused. But let this be a lesson to all would-be, but unknowledgeable cat owners. Fluffy is of a race of creatures that was the last to be domesticated and the first to return to the wild. They are very efficient and intelligent predators, designed to kill rapidly. Even a domestic house cat can fark you up bad. Usually they choose not to.
2014-04-17 12:04:10 PM  
2 votes:

darwinpolice: SecretAgentWoman: Seriously, these cats just didn't become beasts over night. They have been mistreated by their humans one too many times.

FTA: It caused deep gashes on the legs of its owner's 10-year-old brother

Yep.  There's the problem.  Kids are assholes to pets, even if they're not trying to be mean.  Sometimes the animals get fed up with it.  When I was a kid, I yanked on my cat's tail, and she shredded my hand.  I learned my lesson, and my parents didn't tell the farking news about it.


This. The cat was supposedly "owned" by a child, not the parents. This is a recipe for disaster, particularly with little boys, who are by nature hyperactive savages with a cruel streak a mile wide. I know cats can go nuts, just like people can, but my suspicions lean toward the cat coming to an end of its patience.
2014-04-17 11:51:00 AM  
2 votes:
The ten-year-old was probably doing mean things, and the cat got sick of his shiat.
2014-04-17 11:48:53 AM  
2 votes:
The My Little Pony Killer:

I've located the source of the problem!

/fix your f*cking animals


Cold_Sassy:

I don't know how accurate the article was but it claimed it as a 1.5 year-old intact male.  There's your problem.

All of this.  Fix yer goddamm pets ya morons.
2014-04-17 11:44:58 AM  
2 votes:
So... Cat bites owner. Owner calls local media? WTF? Local news actually runs the story? WTF x2.
2014-04-17 11:42:18 AM  
2 votes:
This is what happens when you name your cat after a drug that induces paranoia.
2014-04-17 03:18:12 PM  
1 votes:
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2014-04-17 02:25:48 PM  
1 votes:

big pig peaches: SecretAgentWoman: Seriously, these cats just didn't become beasts over night. They have been mistreated by their humans one too many times.

Could be misdirected aggression which can happen suddenly to a well taken care of cat.

Good news is when a cat flips out, nobody dies.


Redirected aggression is the first thought that always comes to mind when I hear stories like these, not abuse. Since the article calls the cat a "tom", I'm assuming he wasn't neutered, and probably reacted to hearing or smelling another cat outside of the house.  There he is, stuck inside, going crazy because he can't get out to deal with the intruder, and *boom*, the first person who looks at him funny gets to feel his wrath.  It can happen in neutered pets too, but is more likely to happen with the intact ones.
2014-04-17 01:54:05 PM  
1 votes:

Skr: There was another story not too long ago here that I thought this was a repeat of. Where the family was hiding in the bedroom away from the cat. Think it either was kicked or reacting to a new child. This case though maybe the cat broke free of it's deep cover conditioning and reverted to it's original extraterrestrial feline psychopathy.


If I remember right, it was a bit of both. Cat claws child, who sustains maybe two small puncture wounds. Dad kicks cat. Cat freaks out. Parents call cops on the cat.

With this one... hormones may have been involved.
2014-04-17 01:11:11 PM  
1 votes:
Cats frequently 'pull' their punches and can judge the pressure of their bites to a nicety.
One of mine does this. He won't inflict any damage if you respect the swat and non-penetrating nip, but the message is clear:
LEAVE ME THE FARK ALONE!

He'll ask for attention...and food...when he wants it.
2014-04-17 01:05:45 PM  
1 votes:
The article doesn't say the cat was owned by a 10-year-old.  It says the cat scratched the owner's 10-year-old brother.   Who most likely totally deserved it.

Now that that's straightened out, let me add that anyone who thinks they can "own" a cat is asking for a clawing.
2014-04-17 12:58:49 PM  
1 votes:

darwinpolice: SecretAgentWoman: Seriously, these cats just didn't become beasts over night. They have been mistreated by their humans one too many times.

FTA: It caused deep gashes on the legs of its owner's 10-year-old brother

Yep.  There's the problem.  Kids are assholes to pets, even if they're not trying to be mean.  Sometimes the animals get fed up with it.  When I was a kid, I yanked on my cat's tail, and she shredded my hand.  I learned my lesson, and my parents didn't tell the farking news about it.


ATFA, it was a tom (not neutered).
They're not known for putting up with a lot of shenanigans; they can't afford to do so.
Hormones tell them they must protect themselves, their territory, and protect/fark the hell out of any female cat in heat that wanders into it.

Spay and neuter, people.
It prevents so many problems...as well as unwanted critters.
2014-04-17 12:41:17 PM  
1 votes:

darwinpolice: LazyMedia: darwinpolice: SecretAgentWoman: Seriously, these cats just didn't become beasts over night. They have been mistreated by their humans one too many times.

FTA: It caused deep gashes on the legs of its owner's 10-year-old brother

Yep.  There's the problem.  Kids are assholes to pets, even if they're not trying to be mean.  Sometimes the animals get fed up with it.  When I was a kid, I yanked on my cat's tail, and she shredded my hand.  I learned my lesson, and my parents didn't tell the farking news about it.

This. The cat was supposedly "owned" by a child, not the parents. This is a recipe for disaster, particularly with little boys, who are by nature hyperactive savages with a cruel streak a mile wide. I know cats can go nuts, just like people can, but my suspicions lean toward the cat coming to an end of its patience.

Exactly.  And it sucks to see parents immediately jump to the conclusion that the animal "went nuts" and is dangerous when that kind of thing happens.  It's much more productive to patch the kid up and say, "That's what happens when you're mean.  So be nice."


But their special snowflake wouldn't hurt a fly, it's much more likely the cat became possessed by the devil
2014-04-17 12:32:07 PM  
1 votes:

JackieRabbit: I've known a lot of cats in my life and I've never known one to suddenly go nut for no reason at all. I'm betting the animal was abused. But let this be a lesson to all would-be, but unknowledgeable cat owners. Fluffy is of a race of creatures that was the last to be domesticated and the first to return to the wild. They are very efficient and intelligent predators, designed to kill rapidly. Even a domestic house cat can fark you up bad. Usually they choose not to.


Exactly. I've had cats all my life and I have never been savaged by any of them. I respect them, I don't let people tease them and we get along just fine. As for the 10-year-old boy "owner", well, that's just asking for trouble. I bet you anything the brat was constantly bugging the shiate out of the cat and he decided to teach the kid a lesson. I know my own son learned a lesson when he was young. He bugged my cat one time too many and she took a swipe at him, nearly missed his eye and left a little scar as a reminder. Yeah, I told him he was a dumbass and to stop bugging the cat.
2014-04-17 12:26:14 PM  
1 votes:

LazyMedia: darwinpolice: SecretAgentWoman: Seriously, these cats just didn't become beasts over night. They have been mistreated by their humans one too many times.

FTA: It caused deep gashes on the legs of its owner's 10-year-old brother

Yep.  There's the problem.  Kids are assholes to pets, even if they're not trying to be mean.  Sometimes the animals get fed up with it.  When I was a kid, I yanked on my cat's tail, and she shredded my hand.  I learned my lesson, and my parents didn't tell the farking news about it.

This. The cat was supposedly "owned" by a child, not the parents. This is a recipe for disaster, particularly with little boys, who are by nature hyperactive savages with a cruel streak a mile wide. I know cats can go nuts, just like people can, but my suspicions lean toward the cat coming to an end of its patience.


Exactly.  And it sucks to see parents immediately jump to the conclusion that the animal "went nuts" and is dangerous when that kind of thing happens.  It's much more productive to patch the kid up and say, "That's what happens when you're mean.  So be nice."
2014-04-17 12:21:07 PM  
1 votes:
damn if you have to call the cops on your cat you don't deserve it, or kids, or anything more complex than a pet rock.

lucky the cops didnt show up a shoot it, probably would have if it had been a dog
2014-04-17 12:05:59 PM  
1 votes:
Princess Fluffybutt has bazongas like you wouldn't BELIEVE!
2014-04-17 12:05:58 PM  
1 votes:
Five pointy ends.
2014-04-17 11:56:04 AM  
1 votes:

Marcus Aurelius: Admiral Jenkins is mildly amused.
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ok I have to admit that looks awesome.  The look on the cat'f face seals the deal.
2014-04-17 11:54:03 AM  
1 votes:
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2014-04-17 11:52:03 AM  
1 votes:
That poor cat. Someone probably didn't take care of it.
Skr
2014-04-17 11:45:55 AM  
1 votes:
There was another story not too long ago here that I thought this was a repeat of. Where the family was hiding in the bedroom away from the cat. Think it either was kicked or reacting to a new child. This case though maybe the cat broke free of it's deep cover conditioning and reverted to it's original extraterrestrial feline psychopathy.
2014-04-17 11:45:25 AM  
1 votes:
Why not just 'lure' the cat into another room??  Seriously?  They had to call the cops??

/Have fun getting the cat out of quarantine.
2014-04-17 11:42:54 AM  
1 votes:
My sister had her eyebrow clawed in two by a rowdy tomcat she was trying to dance with.

Claws beat skin. Respect the claws.
 
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