A remotely operated camera in the National Key Deer Wildlife Refuge caught a cat cautiously tiptoeing toward something mysterious out of the camera’s frame. Suddenly, a 6-foot-long (1.8 meters) alligator leaps at the fleeing feline but the lucky kitty managed to escape.

In most places, outdoor cats have to worry about dogs, cars, and malicious neighbors. In Florida, they also have to worry about alligators. If you have an outdoor cat, be careful. You don’t want the local wildlife in your area to capture and eat your pet cat.

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