What an unusual sight! First you see the massive eagle, then her kitty cat, and then the fox, all right there as she opens the door.
“The cats and eagle and fox have been hanging out together for years. The fox and eagle have no intention of eating my cats or I would not be letting them outside, nor would they want to go outside if they felt danger,” wrote the owner on her Facebook page.
If you are wondering where such a situation could take place, Pam lives in Unalaska, Alaska, on the Aleutian Islands.
The wild life there is ample—as well as the foxes and bald eagles, they have moose, seals, and various ocean birds.
In summer, the area actually has so many bald eagles nesting that it gets dangerous for people, who’ve been attacked by the birds while they are feeling especially territorial.
The only thing that would make this better is a moose strolling up. She needs to put cupcakes out, moose like cupcakes, I read that in a children’s book.
Here’s one where the Gizzmo just wants to be left alone, hope Mr. Eagle doesn’t feel too hurt.