Cats Dine Peacefully Next To Their Adopted Crow Sibling

I recently shared a video with a little yellow bird who wasn't afraid to dine next to two dachshunds, which was kind of an odd sight but not too strange considering some dogs don't see birds as prey.

On the other hand cats usually see birds as prey, so you'd think any bird dumb enough to go around bunch of house cats during mealtime would become an additional entree.

But redditor AusSpyder discovered birds and cats can actually coexist peacefully when they recorded this amazing footage while visiting the home of their friend "Doctor Doolittle":

This crow showed up at my friends house one day. It had an injured wing and couldn’t fly at first, but It’s been like 3 or 4 months now and the crow can fly again though not quite as good as it originally could. It’s just chosen to hang around and it still eats with the cats or my friend if she eats outside. He will happily sit on your shoulder and eat biscuits if you have any. It’s not exactly a pet, like it isn’t stuck in a cage and could easily fly off any time it wanted, it just chooses not to and for some reason the cats never chose to attack it.

(YouTube Link)

-Via Laughing Squid


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