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Cat vs. Alligator


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Cat owns alligator. Then the alligator returns with reinforcements. No gator is a match for this kitty! -via The Daily What


I had a cat who took on 3 very big dogs who were picking on my other cat. They never came into my yard again. This cat is amazing, but it could have ended differently, for everyone. Very weird.
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Small children and pets near large gators!?

I know these must be pretty tamed gators that are well fed and around people a lot, but these gators are still wild, and very primitive, they are really pressing their luck.

Like they say, every bomb maker is missing a finger.

No matter how familiar you think and animal is, how well you think you can control it, it is still wild and unpredictable.
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If those gators had truly been hungry, this would not be a video filed under "aww cute". What's with the dumbass people just filming away, and not interfering? They must hate cats.
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this seems to happen all the time at that location. I found two more videos on youtube that seems to be the same cat on different days.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTBpwf1njlc&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmxrfSOEC88&NR=1
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Cheesus, people! I would have shhoo-ed the cats away from the gators instead of standing around like a stupid hick filming them. "Ah, derrr, sister-wife, let's get yer videeo thing and film them and we can ends up on Youtube"
Morons.
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That cat has balls of steel.

Remember that ginger cat that chased a bear up a tree a couple of years ago though? Maybe they're using some kind of mind control.
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This is a classic example of why most redneck trips to emergency begin with "Hey Y'all, watch this!!!!!"

It's not the cats, its the parents allowing the kids to get closer and closer to the gators that concerns me.
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Lots of city dwellers in these comments. It is nothing but beneficial to those kids and those cats to interact with gators in that manner. They're probably around them all the time. They get to see and learn how gators behave and will learn how to spot agressive mannerisms. Nobody in that video was in any more danger that anyone driving to work in the morning.
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As far as the kids and pets, ....
I'm from Florida, in the middle where the swamps are.
Alligators are very common here... VERY common. It's not unusual to see them every day.
While gators are very powerful, fast, and can be aggressive and dangerous, most are just lazily resting, and have no quarrel with people.

The danger comes from people feeding them. They begin to associate people with food.

Dogs are fair game though... gators like them some little dogs.
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how dumb can people be- that cat could have been history in a heart beat, and the kids- gheese !
and the adults just doing their thing- " gee lookie"
kind of thing, I dont want them to care for my kids or my pets !! sorry, get the pets out away from the gators
and for goodness sake- watch the KIDS!
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