The little Indigo Bunting looked half dead as it lay on the flagstones in front of our house.
This wasn’t the first time a bird had hit one of our windows and, knowing the drill, my daughters and I rushed to the rescue.
With three barn cats claiming our property as their hunting grounds, we knew that the little stunned bird didn’t stand a chance if spotted.
I found our old birdcage and with the help of my girls, we laid “Chester” on top of some newspapers inside.
Usually a stunned bird will take a few minutes to recover, and I could tell that Chester was about ready to be released when I heard a series of chirps coming from the cage and he began to flutter around.
I was just about to bring the cage outside when Chester did a surprising thing.
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