Is it possible for wild and domestic animals to be friends?
Yes, as evidenced by experience. Furthermore, if they are of the same species, they will have no trouble finding a common language. A stray cat from St. Petersburg once traversed the city looking for food. That day, she was quite fortunate. She had not only discovered food, but also a close companion.
Not only did the cat locate some stubs in the trash, but he also managed to find some food scraps. The cat was fortunate to come across enormous portions of beef carcass. All of this deliciousness was discovered at the zoo, in the cage of another animal – the lynx. If the meat’s owner noticed how an unauthorized guest was dining on her meal, she seemed to tear it to shreds.
However, a miracle occurred: the large cat did not attack the tiny one. Either she felt affinity with the stray cat or she realized she was starving since no one brought her food. The cat now visits her companion on a regular basis.
She parts breakfast, lunch, and supper with her. Furthermore, because the aviary is warmer than the outside, the cat is warming up by resting on the lynx. The stray cat rewards her by licking her hair.
The zoo employees had also spotted the cat. They doubled her daily ration so that she would not stay hungry, so as not to deprive the rightful owner of the meat as well.