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On Sunday, Lee Palmer and partner Teresa Barker’s, 22-pound black-and-white Himalayan cat called Lux, got a little territorial and scratched their seven-month-old, Jesse, in the face.

Palmer’s justice was swift and unkind, Lux got a stiff one in the tailfeather.

Then Lux’s justice was just as swift when it went on a rampage and started to attack not only Palmer, but the attack included his Palmer’s partner, the baby and the dog.

The attack lead the family to take cover in a room and call 911 for help. The four-year-old cat blocked the bedroom doorway and could be heard on the 911 call screeching loudly.

Check out the call below.

When deciding if they should keep the cat or let it go, Palmer said, “The cat is very loved that is why he is still here,’ he wrote. ‘We had the option to let the animal

control take him but decided to give him a chance.”

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