buckler: [267x176 from http://i375.photobucket.com/albums/oo194/TheCuteWoofer/Miscellaneous/c astle-forrester-004-288x180.jpg image 267x176]Approves.
mongbiohazard: Looked to me like the crow was agitating both of them, probably in order to encourage the fight. Crows are crazy smart birds. I could imagine that from the crow's point of view it would make sense to keep the biggest predator of birds busy fighting each other as much as you can.I used to have an abyssinian that would routinely bring me huge crows home (and rabbits, and mice and a groundhog or two...). When I moved to an apartment and stopped letting her roam the neighborhood she'd still manage to catch them on the balcony of my apartment. She LOVED killing crows though. Seemed to bring home those and rabbits the most. After the first few rabbits she caught, she started bringing them back home alive and scared shiatless, but otherwise unharmed unharmed. Crows though... they all died immediately. You'd just hear a quick flutter of some wings and a few seconds later she was trying to stuff a dead crow under the door to my bedroom.
HairBolus: I seem to have caught a bunch of people with reading comprehension problems who probably tried to major in PhysEd in college and have nothing better to do than clog this thread with untrimmed whining:abhorrent1, KidneyStone, danielscissorhands, Zombalupagus, Rye_I didn't say the video shouldn't have been posted. Just that there are hundreds of copies around and the creator, kalakala234, from May 2, 2011 should be credited. And by going to that source we find that the orange cat wasn't killed but climbed out of the hole 5 minutes later in one piece.Fark has now changed the link above to kalakala234's version, not the 4th generation copy that was there. Was that too horrible? Note that I didn't include any outside links in this post so that the dumb jock squad won't erupt in hostility to something that looks like 6 minutes of research.
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