Quite a common story at first glance.
Queensland is home to 2 best friends: Peggy and Molly.
It seems to you that it’s no big deal. Don’t jump to conclusions. After all, Peggy is a Staffordshire Terrier, and Molly is a magpie.
The hungry and shabby bird was found last fall by Julia and Peggy while walking.
According to the woman, her young staff, as a rule, is afraid of birds, but here it turned out differently. The dog herself began to attract the attention of the creature.
Surprisingly, there were no anxious guardians around, no nest close by.
Julia brought the find home.
For a week, the couple were afraid that the bird would not actually survive, he constantly slept and literally did not eat anything.
Well, Peggy, in turn, was always there.
When only the bird was able to get stronger, it was given a name and a chance to fly away.
The couple intentionally left the window open and periodically took Molly out into the open space.
But the magpie was in no hurry to leave its rescuers.
The dog also had patronage, which in fact, at some point, even decided to adopt her.
Including, she began lactation. The young “daughter” without any hesitation began to take as an example the habits of her new “mother.”
For a long time, the owners could not explain to themselves why the barking sounds from several sides at once.
But over time, Julia began to realize that this was not their dog.
The woman went to the sound and was shocked. It’s Molly! She simply deceived them.
Rhys and Julia want Molly to return to the wild. Otherwise, she will not be able to survive.
It is important for magpies to socialize and communicate with relatives.
How do you like this amazing friendship?