See How One Scaredy-Cat Made Very Unlikely Friends

Just because house cats are domesticated, it doesn’t mean that they lose their instincts. This is why many of them enjoy bringing “presents” to their owner’s front door or stalking around the house pretending to hunt their toys. However, one cat named Ginger wasn’t like most other cats. She preferred to stay safe indoors and never attempted to hunt either inside or outside. For being such a scaredy-cat, something incredible happened that led her to befriend the most unexpected animals.

Check out why she never hunted in the first place.

On The Hunt

On The Hunt
DEA / D. ROBOTTI/De Agostini/Getty Images
DEA / D. ROBOTTI/De Agostini/Getty Images

All cats, even house cats, are natural-born hunters. It’s in their genes to stalk and hunt prey. Even if they don’t have access to real prey, they’ll still stalk around and pounce at random objects and toys because that’s what they were born to do.

Most house cats can be found sitting by the window for hours at a time interested in the birds and other wildlife they see outside. All they know is that they want to catch it, even if they can’t.