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Throw out everything you thought you knew about cats and dogs ... particularly pitbulls!

In a story out of British Columbia, a woman said one aggressive and fearless cat went after her and the seven pitbulls she was taking for a walk. 

Kyla Grover told the Victoria Times Colonist that all the dogs were leashed and minding their own business when the cat ran out of a yard Monday.

The dogs, out for a walk with a group called Pit Bulls of Victoria B.C., did a lot of barking at the cat but did not fight back, said Grover.

Grover said she was bitten and scratched as she tried to protect the dogs from the ferocious feline. She said she spent a whole night at the ER due to the "nasty" bites.

The cat is said to have swiped at the dogs and scratched them, leaving one with visible cuts on its face that required medical attention. 

Grover said the dogs were lucky not to suffer a serious eye injury from the cat's claws.

The cat's owner paid $222 to cover the veterinarian bills for the injured dog, Bandida, whose owner posted pictures on Facebook. 

Grover said the incident shows the true nature of well-trained pitbulls, which often get a bad rap due to media attention when there's an attack.

"Pit bulls are just like any other dog. They’re great family pets and they didn’t stand up for themselves at all, even when a cat was attacking them," she said.


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