One thing that amazes me about many (most?) pet cats is that they don't seem to have any concept of their own size. That they are horribly outmassed by someone or something just doesn't seem to give them pause quite as often as it might. But chasing a bear? Twice? They grow some kinda cat back there in New Jersey.
(Side note: As I noted back in back in March, New Jersey has apparently developed a serious wildlife problem, including bears.)
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