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Portland Family Calls 911 When Angry Fat Cat Holds Them Hostage

Part of me is terrified for the family, the other part can't stop laughing. Mainly because I have a cat that is a complete butt head and would probably attack a baby too, if he felt jealous from the lack of attention.

First, a video from Katu:

 

 

And now, a run down of the situation, courtesy of BuzzFeed:

 

 

Police had to be called when a 22-pound Himalayan cat held a Portland, Ore., family hostage inside of their bathroom.

Police had to be called when a 22-pound Himalayan cat held a Portland, Ore., family hostage inside of their bathroom.

The culprit.

The 4-year-old cat, named Lux, scratched Teresa Barker’s 7-month-old baby. After being spanked, the cat became enraged.

The 4-year-old cat, named Lux, scratched Teresa Barker's 7-month-old baby. After being spanked, the cat became enraged.

“He’s trying to attack us,” Lee Palmer said. “He’s very, very, very, very hostile.”

The parents were forced to hide inside their bathroom with their baby and dog. When no one at animal control picked up, they decided to call 911.

The parents were forced to hide inside their bathroom with their baby and dog. When no one at animal control picked up, they decided to call 911.

Cat attack survivor.

“It’s only funny when it’s not happening to you,” Lux’s owner Teresa Barker said. “When this happens to you, I assure you, you will do the same thing.”

"It's only funny when it's not happening to you," Lux's owner Teresa Barker said. "When this happens to you, I assure you, you will do the same thing."

When officers entered the apartment, the black and white cat, who has a “history of violence,” scrambled on top of the refrigerator, “attempting to flee custody,” police said.

When officers entered the apartment, the black and white cat, who has a "history of violence," scrambled on top of the refrigerator, "attempting to flee custody," police said.

Using a dog snare, officers were able to put Lux (temporarily) behind bars. He will be suspended from catnip for two months.

Using a dog snare, officers were able to put Lux (temporarily) behind bars. He will be suspended from catnip for two months.

“The cat remained behind bars in the custody of the family and officers cleared the scene and continued to fight crime elsewhere in the city,” the Portland Police Bureau actually said.

Despite the fact he is a furry sadist, the Barkers are still considering whether to give Lux away.

Despite the fact he is a furry sadist, the Barkers are still considering whether to give Lux away.
 

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