These two owls buzzed a cat repeatedly while spending an otherwise quiet day in a backyard on Carr Street. I think they were just checking the cat out to see whether she was small enough to kill or fly off with. Owls can kill cats and small dogs, but tend not to. Still, who knows how rambunctious (or hungry) an owl might be on any particular day?
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