Reblogged from lemonylimeclementine
So today I found an owl in my backyard disorientated and scared so I wrapped him up in a blanket and rang the vet and his face in his blanket was the cutest thing i cant explain
So people, this is actually a HUGE PROBLEM that has arisen from the Harry Potter films. The fact she was able to approach the owl and found it “disoriented and scared” probably means it was a pet abandoned in nature. Thousands of kids ran out and adopted pet owls, only to discover it was too much to take care of them and not what they expected and they are all releasing their owls into the wild when they don’t want to care for them anymore and the owls can’t survive because they were raised in captivity. These poor fucking owls are left outside to die, terrified and alone with no where to rest. It just makes me sick, the shit humans do WITHOUT THINKING.
Wait wait wait…you mean to tell me the natural world doesn’t behave exactly as the fictional world??
::Throws supposed Sorting Hat I got from Harry Potter World into the trash::
How about I tell you where YOU belong….
No but really, people are fucking stupid and forget the fact that the world is NOT fiction and Fiction does, in no way, reflect reality…hence FICTION. You can’t have a ‘pet’ that will understand what you say to it, because they do not speak or comprehand human languages. That owl chick you just bought from someone’s van marked ‘Majikul Kreetchers’ wont love or respect you or fly your mail to it’s recipient. In fact, it will probably bite or claw you and shit all over your house…BECAUSE ITS A WILD ANIMAL and you are not educated or trained in the care of such an animal.
On a side note: Dude, I can’t wait to take these four turtles I found and expose them to this random vial of radioactive ooze I also just found. Should work brilliantly.