The Hunter And The Hunted
The above is an unlucky bird who may end up as cat food. It was originally held under the cat's paws, but after awhile, the bird tried to escape only to be caught again. Tough luck.
Following from behind it, my brother took another snap. The prey is being brought to some new site. The method? The cat's mouth.
Here are two more photos of "animal instinct". My brother has tried to take one from the front, but the cat always turned. I guess it's wrong to take photos of another's food.
At first, I've thought of helping the bird by chasing the cat away, but in the animal kingdom, animal instincts and their laws are one territory that I believe I shouldn't enter and disturb. This fact was emphasised when the cat looked, no, stared at me with prey held by it's mouth. Fine, you earned your kitty food by waiting under that tree for hours and you don't want me to take away your food. See what I mean?
Aren't you just happy that there's no such thing in our world? Yes, I am talking about the human world. You don't see someone pouncing on another person, yet the human world is filled with terrors worse than that portrayed in the pictures above. Betrayal from a loved one, back-stabbed by your closest friend and being late for your girlfriend's birthday dinner. It seems that our world too has it's own laws and mechanics.
(Okay I am wrong about the blood thing on the first paragraph, but hey, you get what I meant right?)