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Your Cat Hates You

10:45 AM -- Spam from a "Board Certified Veterinary Behaviorist" (that'd have to be the Veterinarian Behavior Board) looking to cash in on the recent hungry tiger news:

Why Cats Attack
Dr. E’Lise Christensen speaks out on why it isn’t just exotic cats in captivity
at risk for attacking human beings


    “They must be naturally aggressive to fulfill their biological niche. It is their nature to kill other animals (even people) and given the opportunity, many tigers would be willing to kill a human,” explains Dr. Christensen. “They are large, intelligent, and completely wild predators. Even our domestic cats show aggressive behavior that can cause serious injuries. In fact, aggression is the second most common reason cat owners seek help from the Behavior Service at NYC Veterinary Specialists and Cancer Treatment Center.”
I suppose cancer would be first?

Nice Kitty.

— Larry, Attack Monkey, Light Reading

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