- A wife called 911 to report that her pet cat had attacked her husband and asked help in having the animal removed from their place
- After the incident, neither the woman nor her husband was seriously injured by the cat
- The cat was captured and placed in custody of the Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission
GREENFIELD, Wisconsin – A couple from Wisconsin needed the help of local police officers after their pet cat suddenly showed a strange behavior making them feel like they were hostages in their own home.
Felipe Araujo mentioned in his article for Mirror Co UK published on June 25 that police responded to the couple’s home after the wife called to report that her pet cat had attacked her husband and asked help in having the animal removed from their place.
“This is gonna sound like a strange question but we have a cat and it’s going crazy and it attacked my husband and we’re kind of hostage in our house and we’re just wondering who we should call to do something, get rid of the cat or help us,” the unidentified woman said in the 911 call.
An article by James Wilkinson for Mail Online said that neither the woman nor her husband was seriously injured by the cat, however, the cat was captured and placed in the custody of the Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission.
Earlier this month, a man from Connecticut called 911 from outside his house to report that his “aggressive” cat attacked him in his home
“I have a problem in my home. I cannot go inside in my home,” the man said in his 911 call.
“The problem is my cat was getting too aggressive. And she attacked and scratched me in my leg and bit me. So me and my wife would come outside and now we cannot go inside for like three or four hours,” he added.
An article by ABC News said the man and his wife returned to their home after the 911 call even after the police advised them to stay away from the cat for the rest of the night.