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What to do when your cat is attacking you

Cat people don’t usually have to worry about this, but the same can’t be said for cat owners. If your cat is biting you or scratching you, there are some things you can do.

The first thing you should do is try to get your cat to back off. If you try to move away from him, he’ll back off. If you try to push him away, he’ll move back.

If you can’t get your cat to back off, this is a good time to call the police. They can come out and get your cat.

The next thing you should do is to distract your cat. You can do this by giving him food or by petting him.

If your cat is scratching you, your best bet is to get a spray bottle and spray him with water.

If you have a cat that is aggressive, you can try to get him to go outside. You can do this by walking him or throwing a toy or treat outside.

If your cat is aggressive, but not attacking you, you can try to get him to go outside. You can do this by walking him or throwing a toy or treat outside.

If your cat is biting you, you can try to distract him by giving him food.

You can also try this cat repelling spray. It’s pretty good.

If your cat is biting you, it’s best to call the police. They can come out and get your cat.

If your cat is biting you and won’t stop, you can try to get him to go outside. You can do this by walking him or throwing a toy or treat outside.

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