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Neighbor Tries To Steal Family's Cat, Family Gets Cat Back By Singing

What kind of evil neighbor tries to steal a family's cat? Yikes. Well, this family had the perfect petty revenge in mind. They proceeded to sing outside that neighbor's place until the cat started tearing up the neighbor's furniture. The neighbor should've just been a good human being from the start. 

Neighbors try to steal family's cat, so family sings, cat tears up neighbor's furniture | r/pettyrevenge u/Frogfins Steal our cat Get ready can-can This happened few years back but recent post about OP trying justify stealing their neighbours cat reminded little background on cat, Romeo born our house and lived with his mother and siblings. He also had heart murmur which manageable but required daily medication
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Tumblr Thread: Human Befriends Cat That Doesn't Meow

Oh man, this is one of those true gems from the brilliant minds of the Tumblr world. We've got a story about the time that a dude ended up taking a feral cat in, and the beautiful friendship that blossomed from there. 

Human ends up befriending a cat that doesn't meow. | sailorcuba Follow purest form serotonin is cat looks at u and u go like and meows at u moderngargoyle Follow like is very unspecific response still have no idea want but l applaud adorably meowed all same, well done moderngargoyle Follow This post led reminisce on nature cat's meowing, and have funny story befriended feral cat once who had spent her life forest without human
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Even with the realistic, reassuring quacking sounds coming from his mobile phone, it took Louisiana firefighter Cody Knecht about 90 minutes to catch the first four baby mallards in the south-east Louisiana community of Slidell. Chad Duffaut of St Tammany Fire District said Mr Knecht rescued the two others. After giving them about an hour to calm down, all six ducklings were reunited with their mother in the canal behind a home, where people first reported seeing the babies go into the drain.
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When the Sea Life Awauarium in New Zealand decided to teach an octopus called Rambo how to take pictures, it only took her three attempts to figure it out. 

“When we first tried to get her to take a photo, it only took three attempts for her to understand the process,” said one of the trainiers. “That’s faster than a dog. Actually it’s faster than a human in some instances.”