Well, this is inneresting, to say the least.
Earlier this month, a Wisconsin woman called the cops… on her own cat! According to the Greenfield Police Department, the pet owner dialed 911 to ask for help controlling her “crazy” feline, who had been attacking her husband.
During the dispatch, she explained that she and her love felt trapped in their own home, saying:
“Hi. This is going to sound like a strange question, but we have a cat, and it’s going crazy, and it’s attacked my husband, and we’re kind of hostage in our house. And we’re just wondering who we can call to do something, get rid of the cat or help us.”
The 911 operator seemed a bit confused, but when the lady on the other end of the line confirmed that she was calling to complain about her own pet, the dispatcher sent police to help contain the situation.
Apparently, the 2-year-old feline had attacked her husband already, so they put it in a room to calm down. But when the couple went to let the cat out, it went after the man once again.
Believe it or not, GPD Sergeant Matt Borchardt says they’ve had stranger calls:
“There’s been weirder (calls), but this is one of the more unusual ones. This one was unusual with the circumstances, but it’s not unusual for us to handle animal complaints.”
After arriving at the caller’s home, the cops collected the cat and turned it over to animal control, where it is currently in quarantine.
Take a listen to the bizarre 911 call (below)!