The Victims of Arab Terror organization (VAT) on Tuesday night issued a message to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, in response to reports that his dog Kaiya has bitten a fourth victim.
Noting that this is the fourth time Kaiya has bitten a Jew, VAT wrote in a statement that it "calls upon Netanyahu to immediately contact the Israel Dog Unit which trains canines to defend Jews against Arab terrorists."
VAT has teamed up with the Israel Dog Unit in the past in a call to use the trained canine companions to help prevent Arab terror attacks.
Kaiya's most recent victim was a security guard stationed at the Prime Minister's Residence. The guard required medical treatment, but the Netanyahus kept the incident secret from the public before it was reported by Yedioth Aharonoth earlier this week.
About four months ago, Kaiya was quarantined for ten days after biting two people at a Hanukkah candle lighting ceremony at the Prime Minister's Residence – MK Sharren Haskel (Likud) and the husband of Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely (Likud).
Kaiya's first victim was in fact the Prime Minister himself, who she bit back in July, just several days after being adopted. Netanyahu's doctors decided not to take any chances and to administer a rabies vaccine.
The Netanyahus adopted Kaiya after the Prime Minister's son, Avner, pleaded with his parents to save the life of the "gentle" ten-year-old dog who was about to be put down.