Two weeks later, we spoke again.
Once we found a baby dove outside. It could barely fly, and it was getting dark, so we were worried that our neighbor’s cat would get it. So we took it inside, put it in a shoebox with some rags and water in it, and let it stay the night. The very next morning when we released it, its mother flew down instantly. The baby started chirping and ran over to her, then jumped all over her as if it was trying to hug her or something. (I think it might’ve been really hungry.)
Anyway, yeah—the baby had been in our house for hours, and the mother still didn’t reject it even though the baby was covered in our scent.
im pretty sure i made a post about this before but this is important information
remember guys if you find a bby bird try to get it back to its nest or if its a fledgling close enough for its parents to reach it!!
I think the reason parents tell their kids that is because they don’t want them bringing random birds home.
no, it’s because back in the old days birds would have lots of dangerous diseases, so parents told their children this to try to get them from touching the birds and potentially getting sick
do you ever have a plan for the day and suddenly it’s 4pm and you’ve achieved literally nothing
have you ever had to restart a song because you spaced out and weren’t appreciating it enough
why you should be my friend
- I will talk about sex with you and not care in the slightest even if you have the most bizarre kinks I do not give a shit
- I will reblog your selfies no questions asked
- I will ask you questions on anon to make you look more popular
- nothing happens to me so you can talk about yourself forever.