• Hey, quick question, does anyone know
what kind of birds these are?
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    • 1 like=1 Pet from me to my fat cat
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    • Fur birds
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    • Not birds. That's how they grow.
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    • They have birds inside of them
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    • Cats picked fresh from the vine
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    • The high council
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    • Hmm, not sure. Must be a very rare breed.
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    • Those are just the leaves
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    • Catbird
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    • Cathawks super rare
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    • Those are flying fish
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    • The kind with several other in it
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    • Lol that's a tree
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    • It’s a cat tree
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    • Those arnt birds, those are CATiplilers
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    • Not birds, they were just launched up there by catapult
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    • Not birds, thats just how cats grow
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    • Furbies
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    • Nahhhh those are dinosaurs!
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    • Digesting birds
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    • Parrots
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    • Cat birds, Furry birds. Any kind of birds you want them to be.
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    • Impostbirds
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    • The are Caterpillars
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    • Uhm...I think these guys got there while erm...replacing the birds
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    • Not birds this is a cat tree in the fall
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    • they nest in the winter months
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    • Idiot. Those are goats
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    • Featherless. They are Men.
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    • The ones with several smaller birds in them, MOTHERS!
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    • Those are snatches
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    • There cats. cats can climb trees idiot -_-
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    • Assholes
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    • HAY guys I tried and tried again the video LOAD 2 big
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    • Cannibals
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    • crave that heat
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    • Bob birds
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    • A flock of jackass's
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    • Sir that's an owl
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    • Those are meowhawks
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    • No, but I can tell you that the tree is a pussy willow
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    • The best kind of birds obviously
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    • They really wanted those birds
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    • How do y’all post your photos from the camera roll in
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    • Targets
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    • Meowcasins, they dont migrate
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    • Assholic Birds
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    • Them are clouds
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    • They’ll shit I’m out the bones eventually
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    • Birds in fursuits
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    • Where I'm from, we call them Me-owls.
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    • Ahh yes the majestic pussy bird They are rare species
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    • Why am I hearing ambient skyrim music when I look at this?
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    • Those are apples wym?
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    • Those are fish
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    • Those are dogs
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    • Catbirds
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    • That’s a pussywillow
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    • They catralina catinals
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    • Angry birds
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    • Goliath birb boi
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    • Cat tree
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    • Catbirds.
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    • these are the cats that get stuck in trees so that the genin have a mission
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    • Birds of purr
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    • Cats with wings!
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    • Me and the bois
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    • Those aren't birds they are ninjas
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    • CATapillars
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    • I don’t know but I know that the tree isn’t a dogwood
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    • The tree is a pussy willow
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    • Pussy birds
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    • Of course it's the wild zapussbird
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    • Cannibals
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    • 890 left. Oof
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    • Asshole tree bearing fruit!
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    • Those are birds shape shifted to cats to lure you into their trap they are aliens...
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    • Those are lizards
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    • Cat birds and that's their seat.
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    • Left side cat is goofy
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    • So is it a cat tree or a pussy willow?
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    • Turd burd
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    • Hungry birds
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    • Felis aves
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    • Pussywillows
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    • Pussies
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    • I dunno, but my man No.3 better get him a better spot or flit off to another tree
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    • They're the aviariousfelineus, a very rare species of flightless birds, not because they have no wings but because they're all pussies
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    • Cannibals.
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    • I don't see any birds but those leaves are cool
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    • The bird equivalent to catfish
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    • Russian moew bird..... very rare very fluffy
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    • Copycat birds
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    • Feline nimbuses
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    • The wingless furry Pussy bird
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    • Duh! Cat birds or bird cats!
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