Nature can be beautiful, but it can also be cold and brutal.
Case in point — the time a family of bald eagles ate a cat for dinner on a live webcam stream.
The eagles live near Pittsburgh, where the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania has a 24-hour live stream of the nest. The two eaglets are just over five weeks old.
A spokesman for the group said, "To people, the cat represents a pet, but to the eagles and to other raptors, the cat is a way to sustain the eaglets and help them to grow."
So there are two lessons here — one about the harsh reality of nature, and the other is about making sure Fluffy stays indoors.
This video includes a clip from the Pennsylvania Game Commission.