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Cat Vs. Alligator

Baxter
Posted December 26, 2011 - By Joseph Baxter

Despite having the most negligent pet owners ever, this cat decides to throw his badass card down on an alligator as it's feeding. Clearly, the honey badger isn't the only animal species that doesn't give a s**t.

In the end, Fluffy lives to annoy another day, and even gets a parting cheap shot on the creature.

...Oh, did I mention that these are the most negligent pet owners ever? Good.

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  • lingoes

    It is too comedy. The alligator maybe forgotten how to hunt the food.

    Posted: December 28, 2011 7:24 PM
    lingoes
  • sinnerG7

    I dare say that the cat is male w/ HUGE Feline testicles. I'm guessing the gator wasn't all that hungry but couldn't pass on a free meal.Otherwise Mr. Kitty looked like he'd be 1 or 2 bites fer th' gator!!!

    Posted: December 27, 2011 9:50 PM
    sinnerG7
  • Trityler

    I don't think this is their cat, or they probably would have had more concern for its wellbeing. Even if it wasn't my cat I would try to save it, because unlike these people, I have a little bit of compassion.
    And I don't want to sound like a know-it-all, but if you have never encountered a wild alligator before and it is reasonable to think that you might one day, here are a few helpful tips.

    1) I don't know for sure what the best and safest way to help someone next to an alligator might be, but I do know that the worst way would be to walk right up next to the alligator and grab your friend.
    2) Alligators tend to be cautious around creatures they do not usually encounter up close. Their fear/ uncertainty of the taste of creatures they know nothing about is probably the only reason this cat survived.
    3) I assume this is a wild alligator because you don't see housecats at zoos. And I assume that the people watching were the ones that gave it the chicken. That is extremely stupid, because feeding wild alligators is the best way to convince them that they have no reason to fear humans. And that's why it is illegal in many states.
    4) Alligators tend to not be willing to chase after prey, but are glad to wait hours for the right moment for a quick fatal strike.
    5) Large alligators can bite down with a force of over 3000 PSI. A human's bite is around 170.
    6) Once they have a hold of a large meal's limb, they will often try to make like Peppy and do a barrel roll to further maim/drown/dismember it
    7) As long as you keep your distance (at least 15 feet), and do not act like an idiot, you have no reason to fear them

    Posted: December 27, 2011 9:14 PM
    Trityler
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