OJ always seems to find himself in the midst of excitement, this time with Layla, a suspicious feline, and a group of Harvard students. It all began with one beautiful yet curious cat. OJ and Layla led Janet and I excitedly toward this tiny, frightened feline. It was immediately clear that this was a kitty who was up to something. Suddenly and unexpectedly the kitty unleashed a very tiny bird that had been sitting in her grasp for many minutes. The cat ran away but the bird, after landing on a bench, didn’t fly.
Appearing wounded we contemplated calling the Animal Rescue League. Janet placed the bird in her empty coffee cup, which caused a few students to jump as they passed us! Two Harvard students at a picnic table expressed their concern for this very scared and possibly wounded feathered creature. Then, suddenly, just as one of the students began to search the internet for the Animal Rescue League’s contact number, Janet nudged the bird out of the cup and the bird flew away, perching herself in a nearby tree, saying ‘thank you… I’m doing just fine!’”
(Above photograph: from left to right)
OJ, Janet, and Layla