Many years ago, I was walking to my junior school when a cat crossed my path. I noticed that it had some kind of prey in its mouth, so I grabbed it, pried its jaws open, and pulled out a bird.
But this was no ordinary bird. Suddenly in the blink of an eye, the bird stirred and I watched in amazement and joy as it flew off.
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