Grandmother strangles bobcat to death in front yard in Georgia

Grandmother strangles bobcat to death in front yard in Georgia

Grandmother strangles bobcat to death in front yard in Georgia

A grandmother in Georgia says she simply refused to give up and die when suddenly attacked by a rabies-stricken bobcat in her front yard, instead battling the creature to the death with her bare hands. She said she knew that they "go for your jugular". "When it got to [the] pole, it leaped on me.I grabbed it by the shoulders and pushed it back away from me.and I took it down".

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Phillips says she grew up in the country, where her father-in-law was once a trapper of bobcats. "I started praying, don't let her come to the door", Phillips told WGCL-TV. But he's biting the daylights out of me and I'm thinking, 'I can't let him go.

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"My five-year-old granddaughter was in the house and I didn't want her coming out".

Due to the encounter, Phillips suffered broken fingers on both her hands and cuts and bruises all over her body.

She snapped a photo of the cat and it 'took two steps and was on top of came for my face'.

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As the large feline clawed her, the adrenaline kicked in and she made a decision to strangle it, she says. When authorities arrived at the scene, they took the dead bobcat to be tested for rabies, the Sheriff's Office said, adding that the animal also had stab wounds. But her plans changed when she spied a bobcat.

Phillips' cousin has set up an account to raise money for medical expenses. In this photo, a rescued bobcat waits to be fed at The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg, Colorado, Oct. 20, 2011.

"It could save someone else from going through this", she said.

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