Harry Potter and Hogwarts are real! An owl flew to window with a letter in its mouth!


Anyone who has watched the Harry Potter saga has seen how letters were sent to the students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Letters and parcels are delivered by their respective owls flying through the school dining room. Incidentally, a similar scene is happening to a netizen in real life. Online site “LADbible” shared a video of the owl carrying a letter with its beak and flying to its owner’s window to deliver. 😆

At the beginning of the video, a netizen sees an owl standing on the windowsill from a distance. She hurries over to see that the owl was carrying a brown envelope. It was a letter with stamps, and it was addressed to the woman who received the envelope from the owl. The female netizen hurriedly opened the window and carefully took the letter from the owl’s beak, who reluctantly gave it to her. The owl’s eyes widened which showed a hilarious expression that said, “I have been waiting here for you for a long time. Hurry up and take the letter!”

The female netizen shared the video on a YouTube page which was called Yoll the Eagle-Owl, and viewers thought the clip was amazing. The owl was trained to bring letters to its owner. However, in the movie, the owls were only passing through to drop the letters or parcels to their owners and then fly away. However, this owl still remained on the windowsill after its owner closed the window, staring at her. A netizen commented, “She received her letter from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry! She has been accepted!”

▼ Here is the cute video clip shared by LADbible on Facebook Watch:

Credits to: LADbible/Facebook Watch (View on Facebook. Click HERE.)

-> Alternatively, you may watch the video on YouTube:

Credits to: Yoll the Eagle-Owl/YouTube

It is usually the postman who delivers the letters. If the day would come that I see an owl fly over our house and drops a letter for me, I will immediately agree that “MAGIC has come to our home! 😆

Screenshot images credits: © Yoll the Eagle-Owl/YouTube


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