Dog releases trapped bird into the wild

A bird flew into a house, and is trapped.

The black Labrador gently picks up the bird with its mouth, goes outside, and releases the bird.

Simply remarkable.

And yet we are told by sneering scientists that animals do not reason, deliberate, or act with intention, even less with compassion, and that we humans alone are “rational”.

~Eowyn

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William
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William

Beautiful. If I had to choose I’d take a Black Lab over a sneering scientist any day. Black Labs bring joy and beauty to the world, sneering scientists bring nothing

PvtCharlieSlate
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PvtCharlieSlate

The “sneering scientists” never met my British Shorthair Silver Tabby named Murdoch. If Murdoch had one day opened up a spoken English I wouldn’t have been surprised. It has been years and I still miss him.

greenworxx
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greenworxx

What a good, smart dog! One of my labs, Abby, would occasionally find a mouse in the house, and knowing it did not belong there, would gently pick it up with her lips and go to the door to be let outside and then let the mouse go unharmed.

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Auntie Lulu

greenworxx . . . . that is truly amazing.

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TrailDust
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Alma
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Alma

Scientists should stick to science, period. They don’t believe in God but evolution, phooey!

Judy JJ Smith
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Judy JJ Smith

I’ve told this story so many times…birds are so smart. I was steered to the double doors in my bedroom that led to the wrap around porch that had steps to the pool out in the yard. The bird was squawking and this went on for 30 minutes; I searched for a snake, a problem, and couldn’t find it as the bird led me to the yard, tree, etc. I left to run an errand. The next morning, I lifted the filter cover and there were drowned baby birds–she wanted me to save the babies that had been blown into… Read more »

Lana
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Lana

Oh that story makes me so sad. I love all animals and I love birds- indeed they are so underrated in intelligence as seen by the the common saying ” bird brain” . The human race owes all of the animal kingdom a giant apology. I wanted to be a vet when I was little so I could heal animals -I didn’t have the aptitude for the math so that was the end of that, and rescuing wild birds and cats has been my small contribution.

Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

That is truly beyond what I would have imagined possible. Not only did this dog evidently feel for the trapped bird, but he desired to do what was good for its family. The dog must have realized that this bird did not belong in the family home. It’s amazing — the dog did not hesitate in the slightest. Both dogs and cats truly re

DCG
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Wow!