Cat and Crow -- Next Disney Movie?

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+18 1. prankphonecall commented 13 years ago

ahhhh... makes your heart melt, now where's my shotgun? >:)
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+25 2. MoT commented 13 years ago

Incredible. Turns nature on its head.. makes you wonder what goes on inside the heads of animals when such different animals form a partnership.
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+21 3. dushan commented 13 years ago

"i think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship" :D
( Casablanca 1942)
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+22 4. soggybee commented 13 years ago

I'm lost for words. This is such a rare thing to happen. I knew crows were smart but didn't think they can love another animal to such extent, especially a kitten. The black fur of the kitten must have had something to do with it, but not sure, maybe it's just love :'(
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+28 5. Pepperoni39 commented 13 years ago

And their kids will be flying cats^^
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+2 6. EagleEyes commented 13 years ago

Shape-shifting jinn! >:)
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+1 7. dushan commented 13 years ago

#6 didn't hear that name for a long time, a "jinn"!
but aren't they generally "ignorant, untruthful, oppressive and treacherous" :)
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+4 8. yurtb commented 13 years ago

awesome story! though the whole "reenactment" thing weirds me out..
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+4 9. huldu commented 13 years ago

I just want to point out one thing a crow is a very smart animal. Ive often seen them "play" with cats, not like this of course, but playing around with them.
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+2 10. EagleEyes commented 13 years ago

#7 I'm not saying I'm sure they are, but just suggesting! And God knows best! ;)
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+2 11. Gizmo commented 13 years ago

Similar story that happened in the past few years, a Lioness adopts an Oryx in Africa. Never got to see the full thing but it looks very interesting.
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+3 12. richxdeath commented 13 years ago

old man voice = winnie the pooh????
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+2 13. c0mmanderKeen commented 13 years ago

c & c anyone ?
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0 14. syapik commented 13 years ago

#5 I lol hard after read your comment
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-1 15. Malinar commented 13 years ago

They smoking to much.
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+2 16. jezarocks91 commented 13 years ago

i bet the cat ate the bird when it grew up though.. >:)
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0 17. c0mmanderKeen commented 13 years ago

c&c, anyone? :D
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+1 18. FatHorse commented 13 years ago

That's really cute and everything, and of course surprising and all but...

Could they have made a more CORNY report of it? lol O:)
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+3 19. MsZoomy commented 13 years ago

sweet story, but the presenter/narrator (Alan Thicke?) needs to give up on the hair piece
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+2 20. JavierJahve commented 13 years ago

IsaYah 11:6The wolf also shall dwell with the lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with the kid; and the calf and the young lion and the fatling together; and a little child shall lead them.

7And the cow and the bear shall feed; their young ones shall lie down together: and the lion shall eat straw like the ox.

8And the sucking child shall play on the hole of the asp, and the weaned child shall put his hand on the cockatrice' den.