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Owner of Big Cat Who Bit NJ Santa Comes Forward

A volunteer Santa Claus was just minding his own business working at a charity event in New Jersey when a large cat came out of nowhere and bit his wrist, drawing blood. The cat's vaccinated — as it turns out, it got agitated by barking dogs nearby, hence the bite — and Santa's fine, but how large you wonder, is the cat really? (That's not him in the picture, there, that's Goliath the 20-pound cat from last year.) As the news story tantalizingly says, the cat is a mix between a house cat and a bobcat. This, for me, is where the story truly begins. How does that even happen? Click here to read more.


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MissSushi MissSushi 7 years
omg lovely, I KNOW. i was JUST thinking that and then saw your post.. sorry for the double post but i had to comment. the pitbull craze is totally out of hand. it reminds me of the horrible family starving the lab puppy, and that hardly got any media coverage at all, but if it had been a pit.. all hell would have broken loose
MissSushi MissSushi 7 years
you know he looks gigantic, obese, and ridiculous. My cats are 20 and 21 pounds, and they look normal.. they have a bit of tummy fat, but all in all look like every other cat on the planet.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 7 years
hmmm if that was a pitbull someone would have FREAKED and there would have been headlines in EVERY newspaper
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