Last night I opened the back door to take the garbage out and something flew in. I thought, "Oh, great, it's a bat!" I took the garbage out and came in to find that it was a bird, a wren I think. My two cats were running around chasing after it (with no chance of ever catching it, I have 12 ft ceilings). But, those high ceilings meant I couldn't catch it in a towel either. I opened the back door and stood guard so the cats would not run out. The stupid bird would fly right up to the door and turn around! Finally I locked the doors and turned off all the lights except one. I took 3 klonopin and went to bed. I called the cats up to sleep with me and luckily they did. In the morning the cats were after this roll of wrapping paper. The bird had crawled into the paper so I opened the back door and picked up the roll of paper holding the paper tight. I took it outside and set the bird free. Thank God the cats didn't kill it - I would have crapped!
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