Kristi Wade “won’t soon forget” the look in the bobcat’s eyes.
- The attack was captured in a 46-second clip taken from the Wade family’s home-security set up
- The animal was ultimately shot by Mr Wade, who has a concealed carry permit
- Pender County Sheriff’s office confirmed the bobcat tested positive for rabies
Emerging from underneath a car parked in the driveway of her suburban North Carolina home, she knew immediately the rabid big cat “had its sights set on me”.
“And that’s when I ran,” she told the New York Times.
The attack, captured in a 46-second clip taken from the Wade family’s home security set up, has amassed more than 12 million views since it was published online this week — and for good reason.
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