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Annoying bird pesters a cat

Annoying bird pesters a cat

A cat minding its own business is pushed to the limit

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Guest: (2389 days ago)
Mockingbird? More like deadbird. If that was my cat, I'd give him a reward.
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Mockingbird? More like deadbird. If that was my cat, I'd give him a reward.
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Guest: (2390 days ago)
Shit happens.
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Shit happens.
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Guest: Carl Morrison (2389 days ago)
Latest comment: The bird is exhibiting avian dysphonic neurosis, a sign of bird schizophrenia. This is no laughing matter.
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Latest comment: The bird is exhibiting avian dysphonic neurosis, a sign of bird schizophrenia. This is no laughing matter.
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Guest: (2389 days ago)
Evolution in action...
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Evolution in action...
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Guest: Bemum (2389 days ago)
I dated a bird in London during the War. In the end, she was a little off-putting. I ate her, too.
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I dated a bird in London during the War. In the end, she was a little off-putting. I ate her, too.
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Guest: MyName (2390 days ago)
effing cats...
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effing cats...
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Guest: (2390 days ago)
well done cat
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well done cat
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Guest: Another Guest (2390 days ago)
Whoever you are who wrote ''well done cat'' then your just a peice of fecking shite...
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Whoever you are who wrote ''well done cat'' then your just a peice of fecking shite...
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Guest: Another Guest (2390 days ago)
cool cat!!!
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cool cat!!!
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Guest: (2389 days ago)
WELL DONE CAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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WELL DONE CAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Guest: (2391 days ago)
Poor bird probably had a nest nearby and was only trying to defend it....
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Poor bird probably had a nest nearby and was only trying to defend it....
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Guest: Mooky (2390 days ago)
Yep, saw this on Liveleak earlier today, someone said it was a mockingbird (ironic, I know) and yes, it had a nest nearby..
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Yep, saw this on Liveleak earlier today, someone said it was a mockingbird (ironic, I know) and yes, it had a nest nearby..
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Guest: Guest (2391 days ago)
Sad. Guess it had small ones it wanted to protect.
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Sad. Guess it had small ones it wanted to protect.
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Guest: (2389 days ago)
All cats should be put in green wheely bins. Then they won't kill anymore birds.
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All cats should be put in green wheely bins. Then they won't kill anymore birds.
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