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Re: Stray Cat attacks toddler in Hamilton Park playground.
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Which Stray Cat was it? The stand-up drummer?


His name is Slim Jim Phantom. The bassist is Lee Rocker, and of course the lead singer and guitarist is Brian Setzer.

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Posted on: 2011/4/3 21:47
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Which Stray Cat was it? The stand-up drummer?

Posted on: 2011/4/3 19:25
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that was awesome

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Let's be fair here. It's likely more common for a cat to protect a toddler than it is to attack one.

Witness this video (it's a little longer than the others, but the payoff is worth it.)


Posted on: 2011/4/2 13:49
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It's obvious the children are provoking these attacks.


Posted on: 2011/4/2 11:58
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I propose the city establish the Jersey City Feral Cat Authority (JCFCA), an autonomous agency whose function would be to register and license all feral cats within the city, corralling feral cats into designated Urban Feral Cat Zones (UFCZ's), and provide food, shelter, and domesticating programs for those feral cats trying to get back on their feet. Agents would be provided with the latest Cushman, catnip, and 5 cans of Friskies cat food.

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Did this attack occur in a Dog Free Area?? If so, clearly another reason those silly signs are deterring a serious crime watch.

Posted on: 2011/4/1 21:37
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Hmmmmm...sounds like we have some kitty haters among us......

I enjoyed the second video.

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It gets worse!!!


Posted on: 2011/4/1 14:42
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Joke right?


Check todays date....

Posted on: 2011/4/1 14:20
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Once the off-leash cat has a hold of the victim hitting it over the head with a bat will do no good.

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Joke right?

Posted on: 2011/4/1 12:45
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Thought I'd seen it all but today while walking through the park I, as well as several others, witnessed a cat attack a kid. The kid had just reached the bottom of the slide when the cat appeared out of nowhere. The kid is fine but the cat got away. The attack looked a lot like the video below.


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