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Fox brutally attacks my neighbour's Cat (sounded horrendous) Watch

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    (Original post by M1F2R3)
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    ummm, what i that supposed to be? :confused:
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    (Original post by darkxangel)
    ummm, what i that supposed to be? :confused:
    Il punto nero della morte. Sai, il segno di famiglia [Mafia]...
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    Should've video recorded and shared the link.
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    (Original post by M1F2R3)
    Il punto nero della morte. Sai, il segno di famiglia [Mafia]...
    Are you threatening me?
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    I didn't think that foxes had it in them. Poor cat.
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    (Original post by Boobies.)
    :L Telling your neighbours that a fox has seriously maimed their pet is 'Snitching'?
    I don't think the fox will be too mad tbh
    he will and he will ring up his friends and set alight to the house
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    You should really tell your neighbour. My cat (whos 15) nearly got attacked by a fox the other morning. Luckily my mom went out and scared it off because it was creeping up behind her. There are a few foxes in my area but, thankfully, they seem (in general) to leave my cats alone. It's a good warning though to people who live in areas with lots of foxes because remember they're likely hungry and most cats won't be a match for a fox (especially if they're older and not as fast anymore.)
 
 
 
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