A farmer was going out to tend to his crops in Thailand when he noticed something strange hanging on his fence.
The intention of the wire fence was to keep wild birds from ruining the farmer’s harvest — that is exactly what it did, but it also could have killed two wild baby owls who ended up entangled in the wires.
Fortunately, the farmer took pity on the owlets.
The farmer took them inside and tried nursing them back to strength on his own.
But when the owlets stopped eating for three days, the farmer realized he needed to get the baby birds expert help.