There was a bird in the house!!

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    07-28-2008, 02:56 PM
There was a bird in the house!!

I wasn't sure where to put this but wanted to share. Our cat brought in a bird I thought was dead but it just had in injured wing, when my cat let go of it it flew to our deck chair and we picked it up and put in a basket, a while later it ended up flying a short distance to a neighbors tree and we decided to just let it go. It hasn't moved from the tree yet but at least it can fly a little.

Trying to find a way out.

Stuck on the swing, looking for help.

Petting it. (it was a full grown bird so it didn't really matter.)

Outside in the basket.

Holding it.(it would cling to your finger!)

Its wings.

In the tree.
Good luck birdie.
We think it got hurt in the storm last night, and my cat just found it while playing around and brought it as a present to our house.
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    07-28-2008, 03:01 PM
Aw! Poor birdie. I hope it got better
That's cool that it let you pick it up and stuff :)
    07-28-2008, 03:13 PM
Yeah, it moved from the tree so I guess it is okay.
I know, i've always wanted a bird but a "wild" one was even cooler.

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