Re: Help, My cat attacked me!
The first thing to know is never grab a cat when they're freaking out, it will only make the situation worse, as you've found out. It's a rare cat that looks to it's human for protection or comfort when something goes wrong in their world.
Do you know what your cat was doing just prior to this behavior? Could she have seen another cat in the yard? If so, you would be a victim of re-directed aggression. Although the pawing sounds kind of strange, could it have been some sort of seizure?
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