A devoted pet dog may be expected to bring you something. You could possibly teach it to go retrieve your slippers. The animal that Gabi Mann uses to deliver items is of a different kind.
Eight-year-old Gabi has been feeding crows in her Seattle home’s yard for the past four years.
They wait in the yard for lunch because it has become such a routine.
She possesses trinkets, toys, and even a pearl with a heart shape. The crows were kind enough to locate a camera lens that Lisa, Gabi’s mother, had misplaced.
The gift with the word “best” on it was possibly the sweetest one.
This is not just happening by accident. The birds are clearly aware of the relationship they are developing with Gabi.
She even regards the crows as relatives and friends. Why not, then?
They purchase her gifts while she serves them lunch.
Compared to some human relationships, it is a lot better.