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    “Who’s a pretty bird? You are!”

    Contrary to popular belief, the age-old rivalry between Sylvester and Tweety Bird does not always translate to reality. In fact, this considerate kitten tries its best to make friends with the new houseguest and not ruffle any feathers.

    Reciprocation, however, is not guaranteed, as the nervous bird can be seen quickly glancing at the owner for reassurance.

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