Transcript for Trapped Owners Call 911 on Pet Cat
I'm going to change the tune here a little bit to a not so cushy story. You'll understand what I mean in a minute. The story of an out-of-control house cat holding its owners hostage in their bedroom. The feline went berserk attacking the couple and actually had to call 911. I just wanted to call my house about my creepy cat. Reporter: A cat call of a different breed. A 4-year-old Russian blue named cush trapping its owners in their home this past weekend. I can't get out. She's got us trapped in our bedroom. She's never been like this. I don't know what's happened to her. Reporter: Teresa cornered with her husband name speculates the fury may be unleashed when she stepped on her by mistake in the dark. My husband, we're ripped up, pouring blood. She ripped us up. She's sitting right there. There's no way to get out. We just need her out of our house. Reporter: Cush is the second one. Lee's cat went berserk after he yanked on the cat's tail. I kicked the butt, the cat in the year and it just went off over the edge and we aren't safe around the cat. Reporter: After making headlines, animal planet's cat wrangler on "My cat from hell." Lox is now at the cat hospital of Portland which reports he's doing well, he's medicated and he hasn't had an outburst in months. I don't know what's wrong with her. I love this cat to death. Reporter: Too soon to know what lies ahead with cush. She will be quarantined for ten days and her owners will have to decide if she's used up one of her nine lives in their home. Should the owners have called 911? Tweet us at "Gma" #socialscare. The cat of mine has four teeth. The worst he could do is gum you to death. I don't think cats are dangerous. Put a bunch of layers on. That's what I would have done before I called 911. We have different approaches. But that is a good visual.
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