Here's the original post by Reddit user u/isison:
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This is the post OP linked to in the previous screenshot:
The Reddit community tried to help OP save the bird by providing useful info:
"It's actually illegal to possess a migratory songbird..."
OP replied to the previous user's comment:
The bird OP found could have internal injuries.
OP suspects that the bird got injured after a window collision.
OP made sure to keep the bird alive until it could get proper help.
Returning to OP's first post. Things eventually got out of hand.
OP planned to let the bird out after everyone else left to avoid further drama.
"This is her having fun:"
He's observing his surroundings to see what to sh*t on next.
Here's how the Reddit community reacted to u/isison's post:
Sometimes they will wake up randomly and start freaking out.
People never miss any of the details.
It's a pretty weird situation to be in.
Life can be like that sometimes, but that shouldn't stop you from helping people and animals.
Birds do whatever they want; they don't need a reason to do anything.
Props to Op for helping that bird and ensuring it was once again able to fly around freely. The incident that happened right after is something we can all relate to; there's nothing worse than having to usher a bird outside. It just never works.
Op will probably have to do some minor cleaning after freeing the bird. If this was a Disney movie, Op and that bird would be bonded for life, but real life is boring as hell. Cool things like that never happen. If you enjoyed reading this, make sure to check out similar content on our platform.