This Kitty Was Just Hanging Out On His Porch When This Flew In. But Seconds Later WOW!

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Animal odd couples are constantly popping up and surprising us humans. Oftentimes, the quirky pairings are composed of two completely different animals who would naturally never meet in mother nature. We have seen cheetahs and chipmunks that have bonded with dogs, a lion, tiger, and bear are all best of friends, and countless other strange combinations of animals.

Some are natural enemies, in the wild they would likely clash and be strongly opposed to one another, maybe they’d even try to kill each other. However, as the animal odd couples around the world have shown us time and again, animals are unpredictable and not all of them fit their species stereotypes.

Take for example the eagles in this video, which was uploaded to YouTube by user Pam Aus. In the clip her black and white coated cat named Gizmo is chilling right outside her house on the porch railing. Keeping the kitty company is a pair of large wild eagles, one of which seems very interested in his new found feline friend.

When the cat tries to get some space, moving away further down the railing, the curious eagle follows. Soon after, the eagle tries to get a better look and pokes his head in closer towards Gizmo’s adorable face. The kitty does not like that and she lets the space invading eagle know this by firing off a warning meow.

That does the trick and the suddenly bashful eagle backs off a bit, he clearly doesn’t want to scare Gizmo off or make her mad. The amazing footage was fittingly captured near Dutch Harbor in the Unalaska area, which is located amid the Aleutian Island chains off the coast of Alaska.

That location places it in one of the wildest places left in both the United States and the world. The islands there are home to a large population of eagles since their main food source, fish, is plentiful. If you’re worried that the eagle may have been trying to make a meal out of Gizmo, don’t be.

The eagles in Alaska are used to the human presence and often come in close, landing and resting near people, pets, and wild animals. According to Gizmo’s owner, in the eight years that she’s had cats there has never once been a problem between them and any eagles.

While the large birds of prey could, if they wanted to, make a meal out of a cat, they have no need or desire to so and instead of acting aggressively they are friendly and non-threatening. Be sure to check out the wildly unbelievable footage and see for yourself how well behaved and gentle the eagle acted.

Watch the incredible footage below and let us know what you think!

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Watch What Happens When An Eagle Collides With a Drone!

The flying of drones, as an everyday “fun” activity around the countryside, can cause unexpected peril to wildlife and other flying objects. Adam Lancaster, an Australian man, was flying his┬ádrone quadcopter, when it met up with a large female wedge-tailed eagle, one of Australia’s largest bird’s of prey.

Whether the bird went after the drone or whether it was an unexpected collision is up to the viewer to decide, as the incident was captured by the drone’s camera. According to Lancaster, the eagle was unharmed and flew away; a fact that isn’t clearly shown on the video.

Whether the eagle survived unharmed or not, this incident shows the potential peril for birds of prey and other birds as drones in the skies become more commonplace.

There are numerous other videos of eagles, hawks, falcons and other birds of prey attacking drones in the sky. As they probably perceive them as a threat to their existence, they are likely to attack them. Whether they survive the attack of this metal object can be a threat to their existence.

Lancaster came out of this incident strongly advising all drone pilots to land if a bird of prey is sighted, so that the safety of both birds and drones can be insured.

However, after watching this video, the question of the safety of drones to wildlife is raised in an alarming way. Please watch and share this video which raises important questions about the use of drones in our skies.

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