WATCH: Birds Join Epic Cat Fight
KHQ.COM - Cats and birds are natural enemies. Sometimes, so are cats and other cats. And sometimes, a wild melee can involve two acrobatic brawling felines and a pair of feisty birds willing to pick a fight with somebody much bigger than themselves.
That exact scene was caught on video and set to dramatic music from "Predator." Multiple versions started going viral over Thanksgiving weekend, and you can see why.
But BE WARNED, this is NOT for highly sensitive animal lovers. It's a part of nature, but one that may be disturbing to some viewers. This is a vicious fight involving cats that appear to be feral. There's a reason somebody made the YouTube title "cat's horror."
Otherwise, here's one of the most epic cat fights ever caught on video ...
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