Usually, when someone threatens the family, we read about dogs standing up to defend them, but in this instance, a cat took the initiative.
That cat’s devotion benefited 68-year-old Fred Everitt.
Four years prior, he took Bandit home after adopting him from the local Humane Society. He saved the cat’s life, but it appears that Bandit turned things around and also saved Everitt’s life.
Bandit was working hard to let Everett know that two thieves were attempting to enter the family house. Everitt even referred to Bandit as a “guard cat” in an interview with the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal.
On July 25, between 2:30 and 3 a.m., two suspects made an attempt to break into the Everett house. While busy meowing towards the kitchen, Bandit continued to meow. She sprinted to the bedroom and began clawing Everett’s bedside arm with her claws. Something wasn’t right, he realized right away.
“What in the world is wrong with you?”, Everett thought when he saw the cat’s strange expression, according to the outlet.
Everett noticed two young males at the rear door when he stood up to check on things. The other held a pistol, and one was busy using a crowbar to attempt to open the door.
He ran to get his shotgun right away, but by the time he returned, the invaders had already left. He understood how different things would have gone if his pet cat hadn’t been there.
“It did not turn into a confrontational situation, thank goodness. But I think it’s only because of the cat,” he said.
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