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Boy Saved by Unlikely Pet

The latest video to go viral is not your sterotypical cat video. No, you won't find a "cheezburger" in this one.

Instead what you see is a young boy riding a tricycle in his driveway. Out of nowhere a neighborhood dog runs up and tears the child from the bike. What happens next on this home survilence video is a bit hard to believe...

The family cat runs up and attacks the dog chasing it off.

Even if you hate cats, as our Promotions Director here at WBT does, one must admit it is astounding.

 

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