Woman tries to ‘resurrect’ bird with ‘magical’ breasts – and it actually works

An author shocked social media users this week by sharing the story of how she apparently saved a dying bird with her breasts.

Summer Heacock, @Fizzygrrl, told the tale on Twitter where she claimed she found a “dead” bird and resurrected it with her "magical" boobs.

The writer decided to wrap the dead bird up after her children begged her to save it.

On Twitter, she wrote: “Help Twitter plz help. I found a bird dead, floating in the water bin we leave out for our raccoons and it was in there 20+ minutes, the kids begged me to save it.

“So I put wrapped it up and put it in my shirt for fast warming.

“An hour later, guys help my t**s resurrected a bird.”

Summer explained that she had not expected to see the bird begin to breathe after an hour nestled between her breasts.

But, while the bird was alive it remained unconscious.

Summer added: “What the flark do I do now?

“I was unaware of my magical lifesaving bird boobs.

“It’s dry and warm and can move it’s wings and tail and reached up and is gripping the paper towel with its precious birdy foot"

She added" “What do I do for it? It’s still unconscious but how am I supposed to help it?

“What does it need?”

Summer reported that her 14-year-old daughter cared for the bird through the night, but they woke up to the sad reality that the bird had “died”.

When asked to provide “boob therapy” again the author returned the bird to her chest.

She said: “I was checking it and it wrapped a foot around my finger and turned its head a little.

“What the f*** is happening have my my boobs created zombie bird?”

Over 5,000 people have liked the unusual post which included photos.

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And, the writer explained that she called animal rescue who told her the bird had likely mostly drowned in the water butt.

However, it was still alive but was likely collapsing and only occasionally twitching because it had been without oxygen for too long and so had brain damage.

But, to Summer’s surprise, when she placed it in a shoe box by the window the bird took off and flew outside.

She added: “Look at this little f***** all smug.

“After all we’ve been through not even a goodbye or a knowing nod to my boobies.”

One commenter noted that she ran a farm and her “magic t**s” had saved manu birds and kittens.

While others asked Summer to help them “charm crows”.

Others just had a good laugh and called the saga “the best thing [they’d] read all week.”

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