"I cant get out. Shes got us trapped in our bedroom, Teresa Gregory, 50, told the emergency police dispatcher, according to the record of the call.
'Shes just sitting outside my bedroom door right now. We dont know what to do.
Gregory told the dispatcher that Kush, a 4-year-old Russian Blue, began behaving badly earlier in the day so her husband James locked the cat in the bathroom for a while.
Gregory said she might have accidentally stepped on the cat, sparking the aggressive behavior.
When the cat was released, she freaked out on us, hissing, scratching and scaring them, Gregory said.
Gregory said both she and her husband were bleeding from scratches to their arms and legs but both later declined treatment.
"I dont know whats wrong with her. I love this cat to death, Gregory told the dispatcher.
When an officer arrived at her home in Deland, near Orlando, Gregory can be heard on the tape calling out, Were trapped, and warning the officer, Shes just looking at you. I dont know what shes going to do.
The July 5 police incident report lists Kush as a victim/witness, and also as "Cat who attacked owners." The officer wrote that Delands animal control service took possession of Kush and quarantined her for 10 days to check for rabies.
The Gregorys told the officer that Kush had never had any shots or vaccinations.
The cat so far had shown no signs of rabies, according to Michelle Realander at the Deland animal control office, adding that the Gregorys have indicated they might want to find it a new home.