It’s  not often you can get close up and personal with wildlife . It’s also sometimes a shame that we have to . So when a friends cat brought this in and her other cat the dead parent , we had no choice but to intervene . 

Look at the ear tufts . Its gape makes it look grumpy
So into the compost bin We delved for worms . And when that dried up , cat food was next on the menu . we did our research and found out that blackbirds need their parents once they leave the nest , and as little human contact as possible  to successfully fledge . So we decided to find our closest rspca wild bird sanctuary, because as much as we were enjoying our little guest ; We wanted to give this bird its best possible chance for survival 


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