Funny Magpies - A funny story about resourceful birds
In our courtyard, two funny magpies wound up somehow. Apparently, they lived bored, and the indefatigable temperament required entertainment, and they decided, united, to take matters of leisure diversity into their own hands ... wings ... well, in general, do it yourself.
And they looked after the victim - the local Angora cat, which in the morning went out through the window of the first floor for a walk on its own. They waited until the cat went out onto the path or settled on a bench, and then the fun began.
One of the forty cautiously crept up behind the cat and pulled its tail. The cat turned irritably towards the offender, but at that time the other magpie from the opposite side repeated the same trick. The cat was turning around again ... well, you understand.
The entertainment could go on for a very long time, and from time to time the magpies began to naturally laugh, and laughing, again took up the victim. Until the exhausted cat completely escaped home in the most shameful way. The cat was sorry, but the magpies admired, and the sight was pretty amusing.
They had such fun every morning until the cat stopped appearing in the yard - either abandoned hopeless attempts to make a promenade, or moved to. What happened to the magpies, I don’t know.
The more I did not see them in the yard. Perhaps they moved to live in a nearby forest, or maybe found a new victim somewhere.