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Man’s exotic cat bites police officer

Posted on June 19th, 2012 No Comments

A West Virginia man has been charged with ten counts of animal cruelty after ten exotic, African cats were found in his vacant home. The 28 year-old turned himself in earlier this month and is currently out on bond, the Herald Mail reports.

Authorities came to the home after someone went to check on the property and reported a leopard or cheetah in the basement. Officers found ten Savannah cats in the home, which was in dire condition.

While the police were removing the animals, one officer was bitten on his hands. He was bitten through his leather welding gloves and was pierced through the thumb nail on one hand and bitten through the soft skin on the other.

If you have been injured by an other person’s exotic pet, contact the exotic pet injury attorneys of Ravid & Associates, P.C. at 1-877-PET-BITE.

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