Its his cat he should deal with it

@911Ricki (13602)
Canada
November 24, 2012 8:35pm CST
This cat is just getting out of control, my brother feeds him 5 - 8 times a day. He will then if you have food, whether his or yours he will try to attack anything that walks by thinking its his. My Mom had a bowl of grapes and walked down stairs. He tried talking two big husky / lab mix dogs that were just laying on the floor (he scratched the one dog in the nose), and then jumped on the other dog, then my Moms cat he tried attacking. My parents running around like idiots as this cat literally jumps on, and attacks other animals. They couldnt run as fast, and I come running out (I had just laid down to bed), and if this stupid cat touches my cat, Ill make sure it doesnt come back in this house either put it down, or give it away. It is vicious, and in most shelter environemtns would be put down. He turned on Stripes, and thats a big no no with Patches. She was putting a fight with him until I poured a bucket of water on him (which he hates water). My Dad and I had to run around the house chasing this cat around until he got into his pen. It just keeps getting worse, and my brother keeps saying no we cant put him down, or give him away (well when he is trying to attack and maul two giant dogs, plus a gang of cats, what would he do to a human you dont know he is very unpredeictable). He has tried going after Marco as well, but I was sitting here, and Marco can hold his end. He kicked this cat hard, and he went running. But you never know, if he tried with Max and Gizmoe they are so small and probably wouldnt survive it. I told my parents again, if that cat touches any of my animals and hurts them thats then end of it. They will pay for the vet bill, and I will charge them.
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@lilybug (21148)
• United States
25 Nov 12
One of these days that cat is going to pick on one of the dogs again and you might not be able to intervene and it could end badly for the cat. Or one of your animals might be the one it ends badly for. I think your brother is very irresponsible when it comes to his pet and your parents need to step in. It is their house and this cat is a danger to all the animals in it.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
25 Nov 12
Thats what I said, he will turn on these cats for no reason. Which is why I keep bringing it up, and saying I am moving because of this cat. He brings in animals, dont pay for them, or care for them. He was sitting upstairs while all this was happening, and did nothing as we were screaming at him.
@lilybug (21148)
• United States
25 Nov 12
Maybe your brother AND the cat need to go!
@weye13 (114)
• Philippines
6 Dec 12
Your brother should take responsibility over the cat since he was the one who brought it in. If it's aggressive towards people and other animals then it should be kept in a separate room away from people or other animals. I pity the cat since no one will take him in (though a shelter but sadly only to put him down) but unless your brother (or you and your entire family) is willing to spend time and money to rehabilitate this cat, then maybe you should give it up. Or perhaps give it to someone who has those resources and the patience to do such.
@jugsjugs (13045)
25 Nov 12
I am unsure how long you have had the cat, but it can take months for a cat to work out the pecking order when there are other animals in the same house. I can not see why you do not buy a water sprayer and each time it go after another pet in the house spray the cat, this way after it being done a few times it will lose interest in other things around it. Why would any one have a healthy pet put to sleep.If its your parents house, then it is what they want, not what you want, after all they do have other people to take into consideration other than just you.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
25 Nov 12
We do have several spray bottle, he will literally attack them, and maul their face not the little cat fight. He has caused a few of them to go to the vets already. He has gotten several of the cats sick, causing over $1,500 in vet bills. This cat is unadoptable and is vicious (NO ONE WILL TAKE HIM NOT EVEN THE SHELTER) they advised us that if they take him he will be put down. Like I said this cat tried mauling two large breed dogs and several cats. If something happens to any of my cats or small animals I will charge my parents (because it is their aniimals as my brother is under age), there are fines for that. If someone comes in our house and this cat turns on them and attacks them that is an even larger fine. This cat is unpredictable, and has turned on my Dad before.
• United States
25 Nov 12
I don't blame you a bit! That cat needs to go!
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
25 Nov 12
Meanwhile, my brother sat upstairs doing nothing about it, yet he wants to keep this cat. He is vicious, and everyone has to deal with it, meanwhile none of us want the cat.
@AkamaruKei (5220)
• Malaysia
25 Nov 12
I still never met with cat like that. He was like a tiger. That cat's remember me like a cat in cartoons movie that poke fun at humans and other animals. I hope you just be patient with that situation. Hmm who have that cat?
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
26 Nov 12
My brother has the cat,and we have tried everything. But we dont want it to hurt the other animals or anyone that is over. It has turned on humans in the past.
@dorannmwin (36698)
• United States
27 Nov 12
Well, it is natural that your brother should have to deal with the reprecussions of what his cat is doing and if the cat was to attack an innocent animal on the street, of course he would be charged for the vet's bills and his cat could end up getting put down. It is my belief that if you do end up with an animal like that, you should either make sure it is the only animal in the house or if that isn't possible, you should be a big enough person to take the animal to the pound and tell them that the animal is not a good fit for your household.
• United States
26 Nov 12
I say put on some thick leather gloves, grab the cat when it starts acting up, and throw him in your brothers room and shut the door. Maybe he'll understand then that this cat has issues and needs to go. Or, at least stay in HIS room with the door shut. I bet he wouldn't like that one bit.