By anthony k
We strive to train the pets in our lives to behave and not disrupt our lives. Unfortunately, the investment may be wasted as animal instinct wins most days. This piece explores some animals that don’t care about their owners and how their actions can affect others.
1. the unthinkable friends
Cats and rats are unlikely friends because predators and prey don’t play or eat together. Unfortunately, this cat can change your perspective as he has made new friends.
We cannot tell if the cat is sick or full from a previous meal of the mice. After this encounter, a cat may be the least of your concerns, as you’ll need to consider other mouse eradication methods.
two. Duck inspection time
We are familiar with the pain of having someone screw up your work when you are about to finish the task. This duck must have some exceptional guts to walk around the place.
The startled worker watches in disbelief, wondering how to get the duck out without stepping on the wet cement. We hope that the duck managed to fly to safety before taking revenge on the bird.
3. Walking through Death Valley
Alligators are ferocious and always ready to eat. Most of us would take a look and walk in the opposite direction if we saw this view. But not this goat. He wasn’t too trusting to worry about anyone else.
Alligators are intimidated or shocked. Either way, it looks like there won’t be any afternoon snacks.