At around 1:30 a.m., Mohammed Lokman made a 911 call that he thought he’d never have to make in his life:
911 operator: What’s the problem?
Lokman: The problem is my cat was getting too aggressive. I was inside, and she attacked me, and she scratched me in my leg and bite me. So, me and my wife, we come outside, and now we cannot go in the home like for three, four hours.
911 operator: Okay, you said a cat?
911 operator: Where is the cat?
Lokman: In my home.
The problem began when the cat had a kitten the night before, and then turned aggressive against everyone in the home, biting and scratching anyone it could get its claws on. Lokman and his family moved into their car outside the home where the 911 call was made, and they waited there until authorities arrived. The story has a happy ending, though, as the family was able to move back in, and the cat had subsided its killer instinct. The lesson here: Cats own things, and you’re just borrowing it.