Pests like the common catseyes can kill or injure your pet in a matter of hours, but they’re also dangerous for humans as well.

Here are some things to know about these pesky pests.

Catseyes are tiny, winged animals that can bite, scratch and chew through clothing and objects.

They can also bite through fabrics, and even can embed themselves in clothing.

Catches of the common carpid catseyer are often spotted around homes and apartment buildings, and are generally found at night.

Catseyes usually crawl from one side of the home to the other, and they’re usually brown or black with gray spots.

They’re most commonly found in bathrooms, kitchens and living rooms.

Catcheezers are also known as cat-eaters.

They eat a variety of animal foods, including small rodents, birds, rabbits, reptiles and insects.

They often feed on live prey.

Cat-eater cats can be aggressive, and some of the cats can also have a biting habit.

Some cat-eaters can bite people and pets, which makes them especially dangerous.

You may not want to try to fight your cat with a shovel, but you can always treat your pet by taking the cat out of the house.