Judd hospitalised after cat attack
Mcfly star Harry Judd was taken to hospital on Friday after he was bitten by his pet cat.
The drummer and Strictly Come Dancing winner had a tetanus jab for the injury, which happened after he tried to break up a fight between his pet and another fierce feline.
He posted on his Twitter.com page, "Just tried to stop my cat from killing another cat. He then sunk his teeth into my wrist. Sat waiting in A&E (accident and emergency)... I need a tetanus jab. He sunk his fangs into my wrist!!! It absolutely killed!!!"
Judd also apologised ahead of the band's London gig later on Friday, adding, "Sorry if I suck at drumming tonight. blamethecat."
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what do you think?
U shud never separate fighting cats. Either throw water over them or get a blanket and throw it over them both. Anna
Who cares should ov bit his big head off he couldn't tweet then!! Price
They seem to be like Tasmanian Devils. They make a lot of noise but don't really hurt each other that much. Fighting cats make a high pitched wailing noise, seem like they're scratching badly, but usually aren't with some loss of fur, then one walks away, with its tail down but wagging, the winner, looks on at the loser with lots of respect. The winning cat always has the appearance of, "Well, that cat put up a good fight." People, though, they don't really take the time to observe the rules of nature which fighting animals seem to follow. Animals tend to respect each other, even when fighting. People don't.