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Bruce and Eileen Gough, who are both in their 70s, endured 48 hours of terror as the maddened moggy took over their home.

After shitting all over the bathroom floor, the perverse pussy then ran around the house smashing up antiques and generally being a bit of a nuisance. It even bit Mr Gough so badly that he needed a tetanus shot.

The cat had entered their home after squeezing through an open window, and then dashed under a bed in the spare room. Mr Gough was badly clawed after attempting to get the cat out by easing it out with a broom.

The couple asked the RSPCA for help, but claimed they wouldn't assist them as the organisation thought the cat might be feral.

Canterbury Cats Protection provided a cage to trap the cat, but in the end a neighbour wearing full motorcycling gear managed to grab the cat, wrap it in a towel and deposit it back outside.

Speaking to Kent Online, the RSPCA said: "The RSPCA is an animal welfare charity and our donors expect us to use our limited resources on animals who are suffering or in distress or danger."

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