William Bisbing relocated to a new area with his pit bull, Flynn, who is 4 years old.
A cat-owning neighbor of William’s advised him right away that Flynn was a dangerous breed of dog and that he shouldn’t keep one in the house.
William promised his neighbor that the dog would not cause any trouble because he was accustomed to all the misconceptions about this breed of dog.
On Saturday, William’s neighbor heard some terrifying noises coming from outside while he was inside. He noticed Flynn, the neighbor’s pit dog, rushing away with his cat in his mouth as soon as he exited the house.
The man became incredibly frightened, began to scream, and began hurling shoes at Flynn to get him to release the cat. On the man’s patio, the dog dropped the cat. The neighbor gave the cat a careful look, but could only make out that it was really afraid and not hurt.
The neighbor immediately rushed to William’s home and got into a fight. He gave him the full account and promised to get Flynn picked up by the police and animal control. The neighbor claimed, “It’s an aggressive dog; he wanted to kill my cat.”
Because Flynn would never do such a thing, William was horrified. Flynn has lived around cats since he was a little puppy. He’s not a vicious dog, therefore I’m stumped as to why he did that. William uttered.
Later, the next-door neighbor who had security cameras chose to see the footage from that day in order to witness “the beast” attacking his cat.
The neighbor saw the cat sleeping in the sun and an animal’s head emerging from a bush as he watched the video. He realized it was a coyote when he expanded the image. The coyote was ambling over to the cat with ease when Flynn suddenly appears in the picture, sprinting in its direction, grabbing the cat in his mouth, and carrying it to the neighbor’s house.
“INCREDIBLE. Flynn saved the life of my cat. My cat would have been eaten by a coyote if it weren’t for him.
The next day, the neighbor apologized to William at his home.
“You need to apologize to Flynn, not to me. When you referred to him as an aggressive breed, you offended him. William stated while grinning.