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But his monster eyes will at least scare them away.

 

Doctors diagnosed area cat Henry with agoraphobia last winter, but thanks to regular treatment, he’s been coping well. But with Halloween just around the corner, he’s not looking forward to receiving visits from trick-or-treaters.

“Opening the front door to strangers — especially ones wearing scary costumes — really freaks him out,” says Chad Budkiss, a friend of the cat. “The doorbell or a knock from outside is enough to put him on edge.”

Photo via dobbi.

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