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Vicious Fur Flying Rabies Possessed Cat Fight

Occurred on March 30, 2016 / Belle Chasse, Louisiana, USA

Info from Licensor: "A feral battle scarred, neutered black cat attacks a feral un-neutered orange cat, and sends his fur flying. The black cat is very aggressive, and wants to viciously attack every other male cat he sees. I did not think a cat could still be so aggressive after animal control had it neutered a few months ago. I thought if a cat was neutered, he would calm down, this bad boy did not calm down at all. He is still mean. Animal control responded after I called them, and pick up both cats, the black cat had Rabies, this is why it acted so mean, both cats were euthanized. Feral cats are very susceptible to Rabies, because they have interaction with other wild animals such as coyotes, raccoons, and possums all which are carriers of Rabies. And most likely, the black cat learned to attack like that by watching raccoons fight. The black cat was acting like a ticked off wild raccoon." - Joseph Lo Verde Baril

Location Belle Chasse, Louisiana, USA
Occurred Mar-30-2016
Posted On Jul-28-2016