When trolling goes wrong...


esoeij

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I am guessing the bird was trying to distract the cat to protect its offspring hidden in the tree/bush. The cat looked like it was on to something.
 

Foxshade

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Jun 26, 2009
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In cat's stomach
#3
Ah... that's the least friendly encounter.

Try this one.. the cat is more patient.
[video=youtube;Tni-DW3XJaY]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tni-DW3XJaY[/video]

Don't forget to turn on the speaker... ga ga ga ga ga
 

Sep 13, 2011
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Did you guys see the double leap:bigeyes:...or i need a new pair of glasses
 

albertri

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Jun 6, 2010
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#5
Ah... that's the least friendly encounter.

Try this one.. the cat is more patient.
[video=youtube;Tni-DW3XJaY]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tni-DW3XJaY[/video]

Don't forget to turn on the speaker... ga ga ga ga ga
what an annoying bird if it does that to me that bird will end up in the frying pan or in the oven... lolz
 

HighTone

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#9
what an annoying bird if it does that to me that bird will end up in the frying pan or in the oven... lolz
At least you get yr own personal alarm clock...lol..:bsmilie:
 

Shizuma

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don't annoy cats.
 

Foxshade

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#13
what an annoying bird if it does that to me that bird will end up in the frying pan or in the oven... lolz
According to the person who own them, they got love hate relationship.

Once the bird flew away, and the owner managed to get the bird back by putting the cat near bird cage outside. Apparently the bird miss annoying the cat.:bsmilie:
 

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