Tuesday, June 20, 2006

"I'm from South Jersey, so I don't take any crap from a cat."

In March I posted the story about the the so-called "Terrorist of Sunset Circle", Lewis the Cat. The "ferocious feline terrorized a quiet Fairfield neighborhood", causing the neighbors to place a restraining order on the cat. "The cat's long claws and stealth have allowed it to attack at least a half-dozen people and ambush the Avon lady." Lewis's plight has inspired a myspace page and a merchandise store


Here's an update

"A state judge spared the life of alleged neighbor-assaulter Lewis the cat on Tuesday, but ordered that he remain inside his owner's Fairfield home at all times.

The Best Friends Animal Society of Kanab, Utah, had also offered to take Lewis free of charge. The cat sanctuary can accommodate about 600 cats in climate-controlled bungalows and has specialists who know how to handle cats with behavior problems. Lewis would be no threat to the public in Utah because the sanctuary's closest neighbor is Denny's Wigwam, a curio shop about four miles away.

The owner of the shop, Victor Sandonato, said he has already been warned that Lewis might be moving to his neighborhood. "I live with a cat just like Lewis, and I live with danger every time I go home at night," he said, adding, "I'm from South Jersey, so I don't take any crap from a cat.""

1 Comments:

Blogger xdeletiax said...

cats rock!!

10:58 AM  

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