This video may seem too amazing to believe -- but a woman in Alaska really caught an eagle, a fox and her cats chillin' on her porch in perfect harmony.
Pam Aus, 58, has posted plenty of YouTube videos documenting her two cats, Gizmo and Suitcase, playing with an eagle that has taken roost near her home in the city of Unalaska. She even caught Suitcase getting way too close to her eagle friend -- once the bird slapped the courageous cat with its wing (video below).
The wildlife near Aus's home aren't new to her. But rare footage captured on Monday shows something she never expected -- all of the animals behaving themselves right next to each other on her porch.
"I was in my room on the computer and I heard the eagle squawking," Aus told The Huffington Post. "I looked out my windows and saw this. It's kinda common for the foxes to be friendly and non-aggressive -- same with the eagles. But seeing all three there was exciting. They all just sat there."
The animals certainly seem to take a liking to Aus's camera. She said that there are more than 850 eagles in the area of her home, and a family of five foxes that live in the hills nearby.
"The eagle couple claimed a lamppost across the street from my house," she said. "They will come over and sit on my porch. Or they'll just sit there and watch my cats."
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