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Cat Bites Boy in British Grocery Store

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A cat known for hanging out at a local grocery store in England has reportedly bitten a young boy who tried to pet her. 

The cat, known as Pebbles, has gotten ornery enough in her old age that the store’s owners felt the need to put the equivalent of “Beware of Cat” signs up at the entrance to the store. Pebbles is reportedly a fan favorite of everyone.

At the time of the attack, the cat was lying on a pile of wood in the grocery store’s foyer. A young boy went over to pet her, supposedly like he always does, and the cat “went after him.” The family is now calling for the removal of the cat from the store.

The store’s owners say they take the safety of their customers very seriously. The RSPCA has been contacted.

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