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Pet Cemetary: Zombie Cat rescued from the pits of Hell! (or just dug up by another cat)

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posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 01:52 AM
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Cat dies and is brought by to life by mysterious force. (Graphic photos for some)



There's a new theory that could explain how a cat, presumed dead and buried, somehow clawed out of his grave and appeared at the neighbor's house five days later.

"We have two cats and they play together all the time and they roam around with each other," Ellis Hutson, the cat's owner, explained. "He might have went looking for his brother and dug him up -- but I have no idea."

"He was stiff, wasn't moving, no sign of life," he said.

Hutson -- too distraught to grab the shovel himself -- asked his buddy David Liss to take Bart to his final resting place.


So everyone thinks the cat is dead, buries the poor thing, 5 days later, "Daddy, I'm home!" Can you imagine the shock? Especially if someone had just read Pet Cemetary? "Kill it! Kill it with fire!" LOL Stephen King has scarred us all!



Hutson brought Bart to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay. Tuesday afternoon Dr. Justin Boorstein wired together fractures in the Bart's jaw and put in a feeding tube. They will still have to remove his left eye.

"I've never seen this before," Dr. Boorstein said when asked about the unusual circumstances surrounding Bart's survival.


I don't doubt that this has happened. I mean look at us humans. Remember when we used to tie a rope to people with a bell near the grave in case people would wake up? And even today there are cases of people being declared dead, then finding out that's not the case. So why not with animals?



"I truly think Bart has nine lives and has eight lives left because it is miraculous what he's done," Humane Society of Tampa Bay Executive Director Sherry Silk said.


Another link parroting the above Fox link but different pictures

More pictures of the Zombie Cat, today he goes in for surgery to remove his eye




posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 02:08 AM
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a reply to: Anyafaj

wow.. so they mistook it for dead, and it managed to dig its way out of the ground in THAT shape?? that is truly astonishing


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posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 02:12 AM
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originally posted by: SpongeBeard
a reply to: Anyafaj

wow.. so they mistook it for dead, and it managed to dig its way out of the ground in THAT shape?? that is truly astonishing

As for the claim that it resurrected from the dead, we live in reality, not some crackpot romanticized fiction.



I was joking about it being resurrected.

I'm a fan of King, so I made a little King joke. I thought the reference would be understood. Sorry.



posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 02:35 AM
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a reply to: Anyafaj

lol I totally misunderstood your post, edited mine.
apologies.



posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 02:41 AM
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Glad the cat made it out alive.

Now I have a reason to drum up this gem from my childhood.

edit on 1-28-2015 by WakeUpBeer because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 05:47 AM
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originally posted by: Anyafaj

originally posted by: SpongeBeard
a reply to: Anyafaj

wow.. so they mistook it for dead, and it managed to dig its way out of the ground in THAT shape?? that is truly astonishing

As for the claim that it resurrected from the dead, we live in reality, not some crackpot romanticized fiction.



I was joking about it being resurrected.

I'm a fan of King, so I made a little King joke. I thought the reference would be understood. Sorry.


Just as long as the cat owner doesn't bury his kids....

Imagine the misery of being buried, so sometimes they come back a little thinner. It is a mystery.



posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 08:19 AM
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I have two cats and I can't imagine this happening. After the initial shock, I would be very grateful at having been given a second chance with him. And the guilt would be enormous for not making 100% sure he was actually dead.

This is actually a wonderful story. Cats are amazing creatures!



posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 08:27 AM
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originally posted by: SpongeBeard
a reply to: Anyafaj

lol I totally misunderstood your post, edited mine.
apologies.



No problem!




posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 08:31 AM
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originally posted by: WakeUpBeer
Glad the cat made it out alive.

Now I have a reason to drum up this gem from my childhood.



LMBO!! That is too much! I can honestly say I have heard everything now. LOL




posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 08:35 AM
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originally posted by: Anyafaj

originally posted by: SpongeBeard

a reply to: Anyafaj



wow.. so they mistook it for dead, and it managed to dig its way out of the ground in THAT shape?? that is truly astonishing



As for the claim that it resurrected from the dead, we live in reality, not some crackpot romanticized fiction.






I was joking about it being resurrected.



I'm a fan of King, so I made a little King joke. I thought the reference would be understood. Sorry.



Pet Cemetary was a great book. Didn't like the movie.



posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 08:35 AM
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originally posted by: texasgirl
I have two cats and I can't imagine this happening. After the initial shock, I would be very grateful at having been given a second chance with him. And the guilt would be enormous for not making 100% sure he was actually dead.

This is actually a wonderful story. Cats are amazing creatures!



Can you imagine this story happening on Halloween? Oh, the fun you could have! LOL I'm glad the cat is going to be ok though. It looks like a cat we had growing up, minus the injuries of course. We named ours Sir Hops-A-Lot even though it was a girl. She would hop more times than she ran. Every where she had black fur, my brother would pick her stray white furs out to "preen" her, same for the white areas. She loved it! Loved peanut butter too. Odd cat, but a lover! Dang thing LOVED peeing in my backpack for school. I can't count how many times I would get my books replaced. No matter where I hid it, she'd always find it. LOL She was one of those sink cats too. Loved laying in the sink with it at a bare drip.



posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 08:42 AM
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a reply to: Anyafaj

CREEPY!!!!!!!

When I read this, I also thought of Stephen King's "Pet Cemetary".

I have had to put down a few pets throughout my lifetime.

I ALWAYS took them to the vet.

I only buried one dog in my back yard and I regetted it, because when I was in that frame of mind I would think of that movie, and I envisioned our beloved dog walking around the garage and greeting me at the back door.

I no longer live in that home and am glad for that.

I will never do that again.



posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 08:44 AM
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originally posted by: texasgirl

originally posted by: Anyafaj

originally posted by: SpongeBeard

a reply to: Anyafaj



wow.. so they mistook it for dead, and it managed to dig its way out of the ground in THAT shape?? that is truly astonishing



As for the claim that it resurrected from the dead, we live in reality, not some crackpot romanticized fiction.






I was joking about it being resurrected.



I'm a fan of King, so I made a little King joke. I thought the reference would be understood. Sorry.



Pet Cemetary was a great book. Didn't like the movie.



Same here. (I also felt the same about The Stand and Poltergeist. Sometimes books are better than the movies, but it also doesn't help when some movies goers don't appreciate long movies, so they have to cut the good stuff out now to make it down to 2 hours or less.)



posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 08:47 AM
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originally posted by: crappiekat
a reply to: Anyafaj

CREEPY!!!!!!!

When I read this, I also thought of Stephen King's "Pet Cemetary".

I have had to put down a few pets throughout my lifetime.

I ALWAYS took them to the vet.

I only buried one dog in my back yard and I regetted it, because when I was in that frame of mind I would think of that movie, and I envisioned our beloved dog walking around the garage and greeting me at the back door.

I no longer live in that home and am glad for that.

I will never do that again.



Apparently this cat had a lot of blood loss, and possibly a hole in it's head, but the article doesn't make it clear if the hole occurred before or after the burial. Between the look of the cat, the burial and rising, all I could think was Pet Cemetery. Zombie cat. I wonder if the owners are going to rename the cat Zombie Cat? LOL



posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 08:50 AM
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originally posted by: Anyafaj

originally posted by: texasgirl

I have two cats and I can't imagine this happening. After the initial shock, I would be very grateful at having been given a second chance with him. And the guilt would be enormous for not making 100% sure he was actually dead.



This is actually a wonderful story. Cats are amazing creatures!






Can you imagine this story happening on Halloween? Oh, the fun you could have! LOL I'm glad the cat is going to be ok though. It looks like a cat we had growing up, minus the injuries of course. We named ours Sir Hops-A-Lot even though it was a girl. She would hop more times than she ran. Every where she had black fur, my brother would pick her stray white furs out to "preen" her, same for the white areas. She loved it! Loved peanut butter too. Odd cat, but a lover! Dang thing LOVED peeing in my backpack for school. I can't count how many times I would get my books replaced. No matter where I hid it, she'd always find it. LOL She was one of those sink cats too. Loved laying in the sink with it at a bare drip.



Halloween would be bad, LOL. But I love creepy stories and movies!

I would do anything to have a second chance with my Josie-girl. She was my beloved calico, loved attention and slept in my arms. She got very sick over the summer and passed away at the end of June. The grief was unimaginable. But I took her to the vet where she passed peacefully. And I am grateful to have her ashes so I can take her with me if I were to ever move.



posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 08:54 AM
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originally posted by: Anyafaj

originally posted by: crappiekat

a reply to: Anyafaj



CREEPY!!!!!!!



When I read this, I also thought of Stephen King's "Pet Cemetary".



I have had to put down a few pets throughout my lifetime.



I ALWAYS took them to the vet.



I only buried one dog in my back yard and I regetted it, because when I was in that frame of mind I would think of that movie, and I envisioned our beloved dog walking around the garage and greeting me at the back door.



I no longer live in that home and am glad for that.



I will never do that again.







Apparently this cat had a lot of blood loss, and possibly a hole in it's head, but the article doesn't make it clear if the hole occurred before or after the burial. Between the look of the cat, the burial and rising, all I could think was Pet Cemetery. Zombie cat. I wonder if the owners are going to rename the cat Zombie Cat? LOL



I would say the hole is from getting hit by the car. But still...surviving the accident only to be buried? Then to dig out and come home? That is one dedicated and determined cat!



posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 08:59 AM
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Reminds me of the dead rabbit joke.

"Well, one of them did," replies one of the women, "but we buried him three days ago and now he's back in the hutch!"



posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 09:33 AM
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originally posted by: texasgirl




Halloween would be bad, LOL. But I love creepy stories and movies!

I would do anything to have a second chance with my Josie-girl. She was my beloved calico, loved attention and slept in my arms. She got very sick over the summer and passed away at the end of June. The grief was unimaginable. But I took her to the vet where she passed peacefully. And I am grateful to have her ashes so I can take her with me if I were to ever move.



I had a cat that was black and white. It was an Aussie cat breed. (I forget what kind.) She was very dog-like. I got her free from the paper as a kitten. Loved her to death! Before she turned a year she got a massive tumor in her stomach and this hole began forming in her head with pus and this foul raunchy smell. You could literally see her brains. She couldn't even walk anymore, let alone stand. She would just fall over. It was heartbreaking. There was nothing the vet could do, so he put her down. I didn't want to let her go, but I wouldn't prolong her suffering either. I'm just not that kind of person. He said it was cancer and you see it in her breed often, just not that early. Sadly she was one of the unlucky ones. But we got a year with her, so I was happy with that.




We had a calico growing up that was a stray. Just showed up on our door one day. No matter how often we tried to find a home for her, she kept showing up on our door. So when we moved to NY, she came with us. She lived with us for 14 more years. She was a VERY good mouser. Unfortunately it was me picking up the mice. Funny story, one day she hid the mouse on top of the fridge once. When someone opened the freezer door the mouse fell in and no one knew it. My dad asked me to get a loaf of bread out (family of 7, we froze EVERYTHING including Milk!) I went to get the bread, opened the door and a mouse fell at my foot! I screamed my fool head off! LOL My dad calmly picked the frozen thing up and put it in the garbage. I joked, "That's not right, you know!" He said, "What's not?" I said, "Throwing away Patches' TV dinner." LOL


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posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 09:49 AM
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Darned cats.



posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 09:53 AM
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HA HA. Funny story.

Just a bit of trivia for anyone that remembers the the book "Pet Cemetary"

The cat's name was "Church". I think named after Winston Churchill.

Yep, Just looked it up.

Funny how we remember weird things.
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