honestly, I don't mean to sound unhelpful, but DO NOT HANDLE the cat while it is angry, especially if it bites. Scratching is uncomfortable, and somethign to be weary of, but a catbite can be life threatening. I would reccomend leaving the room immediately, where the cat can not get to you in the meantime, and consult your vet and an animal behavior specialist.
Never underestimate a cat bite:
The above is a picture of me, home for an hour from the hospital, after a cat bite. My other arm was also damaged, and the infection set in within 30 minutes of the biting. I could not use my wrist correctly for several weeks, I had to be on IV for a week,antiboitics in pill form 4x daily for a month, and I still have the scars. This was a year ago, and inflicted by a our friendly family cat, after seeing the neighbours boxer.
2 months ago, I suffered from another bite wound from the shelter I volunteer at.The cat attacked unexpectedly, bit and I was rushed to the doctor immediately. Luckly the wound was steralized, and I only had a minor infection, so 2 weeks of strong antibiotics, 4 times daily took care of it. This was from a single tooth peircing the skin. This cat was deemed stable by a temperment test, only a week before the attack, and was later rehabbed, put in foster and adopted.
PLEASE do take this seriously. Clapping,spraying a bottle, or time outs are not adequate ways to deal with such a dangerous situation.