13:35 GMT05 August 2021
Listen Live
    Videoclub
    Get short URL
    4312
    Subscribe

    Very unusual for a prey, this pigeon moves in on a cat, a predator by its nature, and even becomes the first to initiate a fight by pecking its ear - the move makes the feline furious.

    The brutal fight begins after the moment of provocation, and the cat, armed with its sharp teeth and claws, bites the bird's neck.

    However, it does not scare the pigeon off and the violent encounter continues with the feline getting more and more blood-thirsty. 

    Related:

    'Wake Up, Bro!' Russian Man Rouses Sleeping Pigeon After NYD Excesses
    Stool Pigeon? SoCal Burglar Nabbed Because He Forgot to Flush
    Terrorist Birds: Jordan Intercepts Daesh Homing Pigeon
    Tags:
    cat, pigeon
    Community standardsDiscussion

    More videos

    • golden retriever
      Last update: 04:30 GMT 05.08.2021
      04:30 GMT 05.08.2021

      And the Oscar Goes To...The Golden Retriever Who Played Dead

      Some pets do not simply obey their owners, they help them carry out their artistic ideas. This very golden retriever certainly deserves an award.

    • No, I'll Stay Here! Corgi Wants to Have a Rest During a Walk
      Last update: 15:00 GMT 04.08.2021
      15:00 GMT 04.08.2021

      No, I'll Stay Here! Corgi Wants to Have a Rest During a Walk

      Some dogs are so active during a walk that their owners just think about getting home as quickly as possible and relax, while others are not active at all but are rather lazy contemplators.

    • puppies
      Last update: 04:30 GMT 04.08.2021
      04:30 GMT 04.08.2021

      Golden Retriever Puppies Curious About Toy Slide

      If you dream about owning several golden retriever puppies at a time, there is only one 'risk' - that you could feel constantly torn between these little cuties unable to pay enough attention to each of them.

    • Elephant
      Last update: 14:45 GMT 03.08.2021
      14:45 GMT 03.08.2021

      Elephant Celebrates New Found Freedom With Mud Bath

      The tusker Rivaldo was held captured for nearly three months before being released in the Mudumalai Tiger Reserve on Monday. It seems like he's pretty happy about it.