Grandma Strangles Rabid Bobcat With Bare Hands

De De Phillips & Rabid Bobcat

In Georgia, a 67 year old grandmother had just put a bumper sticker on her car when she was approached by a rabid bobcat. As she was about to take a picture of her "Woman Who Behave Rarely Make History" bumper sticker, she had noticed this bobcat coming closer to her. She snapped a picture right before the cat jumped at her face. When the cat leaped at her, she grabbed it by the shoulders, pushed it back away from her, and took the beast down. The cat bit and scratched her, but that didn't stop her from strangling it with her own two hands. Animal control came by, found out the cat was indeed rabid.Read The Full Story Here

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