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Cat attack saves boy from dog attack

Image Credit: YouTube
May 16, 2014 - 5:00 AM

What we have here is an attack cat.

The family feline charges a stray dog attacking a boy on a bike.

What's amazing is the whole event was captured on two security cameras.

Also today on Trending Now, Emily Blunt talks about her new baby with Jimmy Kimmel, Emma Roberts is promoting her new movie Palo Alto and talks to Seth Myers on Late Night about working with James Franco, Dave Letterman talks to Harry Connick Jr. about his style of judging on American Idol on the Late Show, on the Tonight Show Jimmy Fallon embarrasses Taylor Kitsch with an old photograph of the actor's frosted tips and Maya Rudolph and Sean Hayes Chat with Ellen.

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