one pictured above was behind Mrs Scott's startling injuries" width="233" height="278" />Savage: An ordinary domestic cat like the one pictured above was behind Mrs Scott's startling injuries (file photo)
'I've thought about moving but I've lived here 26 years and can't see why I should move because of a cat,' she said.
However the elderly woman's fear of the vicious moggy, which is named Rnia, means she has had to sacrifice her beloved garden flowers.
'I love my garden but I've had to cut all my flowers back so I can see if the cat is there,' she told the Sun.
Mrs Scott said she had spoken to police about the incident, but claims she was told there is nothing they can do.
The pensioner - who now carries a water spray with her when she leaves her house - has called for a law governing dangerous cats, similar to those protecting people from attacks by dangerous dogs.
By KERRY MCDERMOTT
PUBLISHED: 05:57 EST, 24 August 2012 | UPDATED: 07:00 EST, 24 August 2012
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