Talk about "mixed marriage"

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    It wouldn't play on my PC. Shit.
     
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    Here's the youtube version, maybe this one will play for you:

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0nxsE196Xc&feature=player_embedded]Owl and Cat playing - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    :clap2: Yes, nice video.
     
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    It was nice of the owl to not eat the cat.
     
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    Cute
     
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    The cat plays with the owl on the ground. He goes up in the trees with the owl. I bet he wishes he could fly with the owl. : )

    They definitely have "a connection," don't they? So sweet.
     
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    The owl is wearing jesses, which indicates someone has taken care of him and likely raised him from a chick.
    They are cute together, and an unusual pair.
     
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    Thanks. That one played.

    Super video. They seem to be pretty good buddies.

    Yes. Owls will eat a cat in a new your minute. Of course it would be a bigger owl than the one in the video.

    Had a friend in NH. He dad had 13 cats. They were all spayed, neutered and UTD with shots. Well one Winter they started disappearing. He finally had only three left . He was walking in the wood by his house and found Owl scat. Bones, fur and whatever else they crap out. He looked around and finally spotted the owl. It was a Giant Brown Owl. It was huge. It apparantly had been killing and feeding on his cats all Winter.

    He called F&G and they had to trap it as its an endangered species. The moved it and apparantly it didn't come back. Must have found a bunch of kitties where ever it was moved to. LOL
     
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    It isn't uncommon around here for cats and small dogs are taken by eagles, most often in the Winter. When Spring comes around, I have to be particularly attentive about the newborn and young animals because they are also attractive "eagle bait". We've also had some cases where owls attack cross-country skiers and joggers on some of the local trails.
     

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