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Man calls police after cat refused to let him back into his home

Man calls police after cat refused to let him back into his home

A homeowner rang the police after his cat refused to let him back inside the house, it has been reported.

The man, identified as Mohammed Lokman, who lives in Stamford, Connecticut, contacted the emergency services to report that his "aggressive cat" had forced him and his wife to stay outside of their home for hours.

He told the dispatcher that the cat may have become aggressive because it had a baby the night before. 

The news organisation WFSB-TV obtained a copy of the call made on June 4th.

Speaking to the emergency services, the man explained: "I have a problem in my home. I cannot go in my home. 

"My cat was getting too aggressive, and I was inside, and then he attacked me, he scratched me in my leg and he bite me. So me and my wife, we come outside, and now we cannot go in the home for like three to four hours."

Incredulous, the operator asks: "So you want the police to come and remove the cat?"

The man then answered: "Yeah. I came to the door and it was screaming a noise and it was coming at me in attack mode."

The man then explained that he was trapped outside in the car park with his wife, because of the cat.

The dispatcher appeared to take pity on the man and then sent out a police unit to help him get back into his home.

Upon arrival, the police reportedly told the man to go back inside, go to bed and stay away from the cat for the remainder of the night.

Since then, the owner and his pet are thought to be getting along better.

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