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The Crow And The Kitten - A Love Story about Friends

Updated on March 13, 2013

The Crow And The Kitten - an Unusual Pet Story

I don't usually build a story around a video, but this unusual story of the friendship between a crow and a kitten is just so amazing that it begs to be written about.

We've all heard the cute pet stories of cats and same gender animals becoming friends and playmates, but what's more unusual is to see a friendship between animals that are supposed to be mortal enemies. I had seen this video of the love story between a kitten and a crow awhile back, but today a friend of mine forwarded it to me and it made me smile as much if not more than as the original time I first saw it.

Without further ado please take a few minutes to watch this incredible story about the friendship between 2 animals that defies all conventional wisdom!

A Must See Video

Love Conquers All!

I hope this video made you smile today- I know it did me.........

It takes me back to the basics of life - LOVE - and how love can break down many barriers- even barriers that look like they should never be broken.

Although this is one of my shorter hubs, there is just not much to add to this incredible story except to say "Love Conquers All!"

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    Dorsi Diaz 

    5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area

    @tsmog) YW! I didn't make the video - I just shared it because I thought it was such an awesome story!

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    Tim Mitchell 

    5 years ago from Escondido, CA

    Thank your for sharing an awesome video Doris. I believe it is an element of synchronicity discovering it.

    tim

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    Dorsi Diaz 

    6 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area

    @cc) Glad you enjoyed and YES, it is an amazing story!

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    Cynthia Calhoun 

    6 years ago from Western NC

    This is an amazing hub!! I had to share. :)

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    Dorsi Diaz 

    7 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area

    Thank you Kim)

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    kims3003 

    7 years ago

    This is such a wonderful share.

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    Dorsi Diaz 

    8 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area

    Awesome idea Victoria. Thanks for stopping by and reading. Let me know when your book is done,I would love to get a copy of it.

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    Victoria 

    8 years ago

    I have seen this beautiful story of friendship in the midst of seeminly the storms of life. I am planning on using the story along with 51 other animal articles for a children's Bible devotional book. I am so excited to bring children this story of great opportuities to love all that God brings our way.

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    my-success-guru 

    9 years ago from Upstate NY

    Hi Dorsi,

    Great story of friendship between a cat and a crow! Keep up the good work! If youi want to see other heart felt stories check out my story- Will The Real Meaning of Life Make You Cry? Join my fan club so you can let everyone see your great stories!

    Take Care,

    Jim

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    Teresa 

    9 years ago

    I sat down at the computer one morning feeling in the mood for a touching story.I was feeling a little down at the time and needed a pick me up.I had previously been sent a story about an eagle I just loved.So I just started typing the words unlikely relationships between animals.I felt guided and when I came upon this story ,I started to get tears.It was truly a beautiful love story!It reminds me how evolved some animals are.I now pass it on to friends as one of the greatest animal stories ever. Thank you!!

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    Veronica 

    10 years ago from NY

    I just saw a thing on this on TV, and did an internet search for it. I was so happy to find a fellow Hubber had published an article on it! Thanks for posting this. Thumbs up.

    I like Alan Thicke, too.

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    betherickson 

    10 years ago from Minnesota

    How lovely.. I like the moral story of the video. It made me smile and hoping that all people can be like this. :) Very inspiring. Thanks.

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    Dottie1 

    10 years ago from MA, USA

    Oh this story is darling and filled with love. Ya know, I have never heard about this story before or seen the video and this family lives a few towns over from me. From now on I'm going to be on the lookout for Moses and Cassie when I pass through their town of North Attleboro, Massachusetts. Thank you Dorsi for sharing.

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    Karen N 

    10 years ago from United States

    What a wonderful story!Thanks for sharing it :)

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    Patty Inglish MS 

    10 years ago from USA. Member of Asgardia, the first space nation, since October 2016

    I was certainly glad to see this story. The crow recognized a youngster in need and then filled that need and made a lifelong friend. It says something about what is possible when peer pressure of the larger group is taken away, doesn't it?

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    Rodney Fagan 

    10 years ago from Johannesberg South Africa, The Gold Mine City

    Excellent Hub, it is truly extraordinary the way that animals often bond with each other despite the stereotype.

    I had a cat, who had a friend, this friend would come down every morning and stand in the grass behind our back wall, waiting for "MaCavity" my cat. He would come out and jump onto the shoulder and settle down on the back of an 'Afrikaaner' bull, an Afrikaaner is a very long horned breed of cattle particular to South Africa, they are tough hard and have a very mean streak in them, cat in place, between the large hump and paws resting happily on its head.

    This was an everyday occurrence for many many months. MaCavity died a natural death, and for a couple of days the bull woyld be there, calling out and then moved on.

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    Michelle Simtoco 

    10 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

    What can I say? very cute too :)

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    dayzeebee 

    10 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

    amazing... inspiring... moving... touching... endearing.... thank you it has made my day...

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    C.S.Alexis 

    10 years ago from NW Indiana

    Dorsi,

    I had a dog who carried my cat around by the head. Not by the nap of his neck. Entire head in mouth. People use to call and tell me my dog was killing the cat. I always laughed because the dog was on a chain and the cat did not ever have to go up and get his head inside the dogs big mouth. They just loved each other, suppose to be arch enemies....Maybe there is still hope for us human types, Ah? Thank you for sharing this it is inspiring and heartwarming, lions and lambs! C.S.

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    Clive Fagan 

    10 years ago from South Africa

    Great hub Short but absolutely on the mark. I guess animals can teach us so-called civilsed people how to get on. It seems that love in all its forms conquers All! Fanastic video.

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    rmr 

    10 years ago from Livonia, MI

    I don't usually watch long videos when I'm reading hubs, but I'm glad I watched this one! Thanks for sharing this incredible story!

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    Gloria Cook 

    10 years ago

    I loved it...words fail me when saying how remarkable that story is. Doesn't the bible say something about 'when the lion lays down with the lamb?' in the new Jerusalem? Thanks for sharing it with everyone!

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    Rob Jundt 

    10 years ago from Midwest USA

    The greatest commandment is to love your neighbor as yourself. I feel you have summed this up very nicely.

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    Constant Walker 

    10 years ago from Springfield, Oregon

    It's just love. Wow!!!

    When I was growing up, there was always a lot "pets" in the house; growing up together, playing, becoming friends, protecting each other: Dogs & cats - of course, a rabbit, a rat, birds, all friends, running around the house, chasing each other. A visitor would be sitting there talking and suddenly this big german shephard would run by, being chased by a black & white rabbit. The expression on the visitor's face was always priceless.

    Animals that grow up together - even "natural enemies" - will always be friends.

    Great hub!

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    Christopher James Stone 

    10 years ago from Whitstable, UK

    Amazing video Dorsi. I saw a piece a film with a lion embracing a woman who had save its life, and then - even more extraordinary - a Great White Shark who was in love with a fisherman who had saved it from a net and who followed his boat around everywhere, and my guess is that something similar has happened here. Whatever it was, it's very touching. Thanks for that.

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    Marina Rosa 

    10 years ago from Southern California

    Dorsi - I just love the video - thank you for finding and sharing it with us. I just "Stumbled" it so hope others enjoy as well!

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    jim1307 

    10 years ago

    This has got to be the most amazing video footage I have ever seen. Thank you for showing and sharing it with us, Dorsi, it's a real gem :))

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