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By Twitchy - / Wednesday 14 September 2011 23:20 / Bahamas
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My friend and I found a young bird once that was too young to fly and had been abandoned by it's parents. We made a neat on the ground for it then less than my minutes later my brother went over and stepped on it, killing it.

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Well, what I meant was, if OP was nurturing it, how did the cat get it? ( keeping in mind that he was taking care of it and probably had it somewhere safe)

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Maybe the cat had a hard upbringing. It's mom fell on hard times and was hitting the milk bottle pretty hard. It abused catnip and lashed out on the cat. Turning this adorable beast into a killing machine. Also wtf is that a dog in a full body costume? It's eyes are telling me that it wishes it was the bird.

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if you just finished nurturing a bird back to health why would you stand there want watch a cat rip your bird to shreds "feather by feather" and not do something? ydi for being an idiot.

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cats kill quickly and efficiently, its very likely the bird died shortly after being caught :( i also doubt op could get a cat to drop its prey or chase it away

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It probably wouldn't have been worth another four weeks of help if it was probably just going to kamikaze someone's door eventually. Maybe OP's. Then we would have an FML either way.

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Not really. I have 3 cats and have had pet cats all my life. Cats "play" with their prey first. That's usually what eventually kills it. I highly doubt the op "didn't have time" to simply go over there and scare the cat away. Poor bird.

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Maybe they knew they couldn't reach it.... Or,of course, they didn't see it until later when they got home from work or something..... She ABSOLOUTLY DOES NOT DESERVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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