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I'm also wondering how the cat was able to run away. Was the front door left open or something? On the first day of having it I would expect OP to be paying a bit more attention to the cat than that

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It could have been. When I was a kid one of my cats ate my bird. She jumped on the cage and knocked it over and when the bottom fell off, grabbed the poor thing.

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Just because a bird is in a cage doesn't mean a cat get into it. My cat was used to being in the home environment with my birds but he was plotting from day one how to get into the cage because one day I came home and one my birds was going in shock on the floor bleeding out and the other one was in my cats mouth. Some pets just don't go together.

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That's awful that that happened to you and I'm so sorry for your loss. I know how gut wrenching it is to lose a pet suddenly in an accident like that.. but... Whoever got you that cat really should have thought that through better. Cats and birds do not mix unless the cat has been raised with birds from the time he he was a kitten. Cats have a natural instinct to hunt birds that is very difficult to overcome.

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