(NEWSER) – If your 22-pound cat clawed your infant, then went on a yowling rampage that ended with your family barricaded in a bedroom on the phone to 911, you'd think a little, er, tension might result. But Lee Palmer and Teresa Barker seem pretty sanguine in the aftermath, telling the Oregonian that they don't plan to get rid of Lux, their behemoth part-Himalayan feline with latent anger issues. "It’s not going to happen—I’m not getting rid of my cat right now," says Barker. "I’ve raised him since he was a baby … we’re taking different precautions."

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