Times of India: Cat Kills Baby
A 45-day-old baby girl was attacked and killed by a cat while her mother was busy. Following loud cries of the child, the mother rushed to find a cat escaping from near the bed. The baby was profusely bleeding.
The child was rushed to the hospital, where doctors pronounced her dead.
New York Times: Australia is Killing Millions of Cats
Australia’s national government is hoping to kill two million cats by 2020. The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology estimated that 211,560 cats were killed during the first 12 months after the plan was announced.
This comes as no surprise because Australia is a world leader in eliminating harm. To protect their population from the vaping epidemic, some states have even opened hotlines for neighbors to call in their neighbors who are vaporizing nicotine. Nicotine is considered the same as heroin for enforcement purposes. One person who was helping his neighbors quit smoking was arrested.
Vancouver Sun: Woman Goes Crazy After Catting & Hacks Roommate to Death
The woman had been catting and allegedly used a hammer to bludgeon her roommate to death. Police said Anastasia then hacked the man’s body to pieces with a handsaw before travelling on a bus with the bagged parts to a remote area where she dumped and burned them.
People Magazine: Innocent Mother & Daughter Attacked by Cat in Illinois
The frightening encounter occurred over the weekend, while a mother and her child were enjoying a Sunday stroll through their Bloomington neighborhood, according to the outlet.
Their walk took a terrifying turn, however, when the pair came across a cat which was also walking down the sidewalk before it launched its attack.
Fox News: Camera Shows Cat Trying to Murder Owner
There’s nothing scarier than finding out that there’s something in your house trying to kill you. Especially if it’s your pet cat.
One man was having trouble breathing in his sleep after Catting, so he set up a camera to see what was going on at night. What he saw, however, was terrifying (as only cats can pull off).
The Guardian: New Zealand Region Seeks to Ban Cats as Part of Predator Free 2050
A regional council in New Zealand has proposed banning all domestic cats in an attempt to protect their next generation.
The “pest plan” calls for all domestic cats to be neutered, microchipped and registered. Then, when a cat dies, residents would not be permitted to have another.
The Telegraph: Cat Suffocates Baby
A six-week-old baby boy died in his crib after the family cat laid on his face.
When his mother went to feed him that morning, she found the cat curled up next to his lifeless body.
Madera Tribune: Cat With Rabies Bites Human
A cat confirmed to have the deadly rabies virus has been found in Fresno, according to the Fresno County Public Health Department.
The cat tested positive for Rabies after it bit a person on Oct. 9, according to the brief statement released to media.
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"My parents had cats in the house all my life, so I started second-hand Catting when I was born. When I turned 12, my parents bought me my first cat. I was hooked for life.
Now I have 8 cats and can barely feed them all. I had to quit my job because I was always sick.
Catting ruined me."
"I started Catting as a kid. I was hooked for life.
Sadly, I couldn't quit Catting when I became pregnant. My son was born with a major birth defect from the cat parasites and I am devastated. I've tried to quit many times, but nothing seems to work. I even tried dogging.
Thanks for all you do to prevent another generation from experiencing what I went through."
"I knew how bad Catting was from my parents. My wife & I just found our daughter Catting after school with her friends. I was so ashamed. We ended up moving to another school district.
Nobody should be Catting. Keep up all the good work and let's get these dangerous cats banned for good."