Owls are enigmatic, beautiful, mysterious, intriguing, fierce, spooky and cute.
And thanks to Harry Potter, owls have enchanted Malaysians more than ever before, that sightings of owls have led a whole generation to look into their mailboxes imagining that they have made their way into Hogwarts.
Seriously, what’s not to love about owls, right?
Taking to Twitter, one netizen shared a cute video of how an owl found in her housing area was passed to the authorities to be put back into the wild.
Having saved by authorities, @babyking_kong tweeted that the owl came to be at the possession of the authorities after the poor thing accidentally entered the dormitory belonging to another student.
In the video, the girls recording the video were indeed intrigued at the cuteness of the animal.
Shrieks of “So cute” were echoed throughout the video, especially upon witnessing how big the eyes of the owl were.
It is a good thing that they did the right thing by not keeping it as a pet but instead gave the owl away to authorities for further action.
Let’s hope that the owl is able to return to Hogwarts and get back to work delivering our letters, shall we?
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