Barn owl and cat play together

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1. antifolklore 3 years ago

They probably grew up together. It's awesome how natural enemies can get along once they grow up together. Does this owl deliver mail :P
:(|) :(|) :(|)

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2. iShine 3 years ago

BFF!!! :d , and by night they fight crime togather.

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3. EventH0R1Z0N 3 years ago

@ #2 Catwoman and Nightwing

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4. IDK399 3 years ago

The cat had its claws trimmed, there's no way it can reach for the owl like that without snagging on something. Nonetheless, its really satisfying when I see "enemies" play/live together. I get warm and fuzzy all over. <3

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5. BrianDilori 3 years ago

It's only a matter of time before we see some guy best friends with a great white shark! there's already a guy friendly with a 17ft croc

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6. akeem 3 years ago

#4 How could you know about the cat's claws? Is it yours?
I'm pretty sure both of them have what it needs to hurt or even kill each other.
But i agree with the rest of your comment.

It's nice to see natural enemies get along with each other, even if that wouldn't happen without human interference.
Let us all learn from that! ::(|)

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7. Or3n 3 years ago

lol at the end the cat is like: look over there!!
Owl: *looks*
cat: run away(hide and seek maybe) :(|)

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8. ringmaster 3 years ago

If these two can understand each other there's still hope for the human race.

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9. mothali 3 years ago

Great vid, love how 2 points of view come together.....

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10. OnetimeX 3 years ago

And maybe one day the Owl and the Cat will eat together...well, i say together, the owl will be there, not neccesarily as a guest >:) >:) >:)

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11. krillemaster 3 years ago

01:33 you stay here!

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12. tiggfigg 3 years ago

This reminds me of Obama and Boehner playing golf!! :x

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13. draxenn 3 years ago

#6 - How would you know about the cat's claws? Is it yours? :D

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14. mayhemnz 3 years ago

The first thing i thought about was the children poem when i saw this

The Owl and the Pussycat went to sea
In a beautiful pea-green boat,
They took some honey, and plenty of money,
Wrapped up in a five pound note.

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15. huldu 3 years ago

It's like humans. When food isn't a part of the equation any longer you'll be "friends" with anything. Clearly a tame cat and well known to the owl to not consider it as food.

My old cat used to play with gerbils as in not killing them or hurting them in any way. My second cat however killed more than 15 gerbils. Clearly it did that because of the thrill and lack of respect for the hierarchy.

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16. ridebmxx3 3 years ago

i wanna see the owl eat the cat
or fly away with it !!!1

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17. Teenies 3 years ago

Love when the 'natural order' is defied. <3

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18. c0mmanderKeen 3 years ago

#2 Two predators with greatly developed senses and natural nightvision.
Pure win! :)

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19. srsparks 2 years ago

This is so cool. They have a real frienship. <3