Cat BITES terrified Scottish teenager, 19, in vicious attack that leaves him screaming for help

  Mail Online 

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Nico Morrison, from Easter Ross, Scotland, was calmly sitting with the cat. But the pet, belonging to his friend Ross, suddenly launched a vicious attack, biting and scratching the 19-year-old.
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