The woman saved the baby crows and when trouble happened to her son, the mother crow paid off the debt

Five years ago, a black crow took up residence in the garden next to Anne Edwards’ house. And then one day a woman heard an alarming rumble from the garden and ran to see what was happening. The woman saved the little crows, and when her son got in trouble, the crow’s mother returned the debt. She saw a frightened little crow sitting on a fence, disheveled, and next to him was his disheveled mother.

At the foot of the fence, a cat was watching them getting ready to jump. Ann immediately made the decision: she chased the hunter. After that, the woman took the chicken in the palm of her hand and planted it on a tall tree from which it fell.

The woman saved the little crows, and when her son got into trouble, the crow’s mother returned the debt. The worried mother did not stop Anne, as if she understood that the woman wanted her well. Ann gave the bird a name – Mildred.

It took five years of their friendship before the bird could repay his help. One day Little Edward, Anne’s son, became very ill and had to call an ambulance. Doctors gave first aid, but it was not enough.

The woman saved the little crows, and when her son got into trouble, the crow’s mother returned the debt. The boy had to go to the hospital and his mother could not follow him. She was desperately worried and Mildred seemed worried with her.

The woman heard outside the window a high-pitched, persistent rumble. The weeping mother saw Mildred sitting on a bald tree just outside her window and fearing neither the rain nor the wind. Usually at night the bird went to its favorite tree, where it was possible to hide from bad weather and prying eyes.

But that day she realized that her friend needed support. The woman saved the little crows, and when her son got into trouble, the crow’s mother returned the debt

“We’re both mothers,” Edwards said. “And just like I was taking care of her chickens, she was taking care of my family while my son was in the hospital.” Mildred stayed all night under Anne’s window, comforting her with her quakan.

She was in the same tree the next night and the next night. The woman felt her support and she really improved. The woman saved the little crows, and when her son got into trouble, the crow’s mother returned the debt

And on the third day, Edward went home. That same night, Mildred came “home” – to her thick tree.

But Anne is sure that if she needs support again, the bird will be there.

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