Beauty and the Beasts - Chapter 1253 - Feeding the Baby Eagles

Chapter 1253 - Feeding the Baby Eagles

Chapter 1253: Feeding the Baby Eagles

With just one glance at the drawing, Muir knew how much Qingqing adored these two little things. He felt satisfied yet weirdly displeased.

He was satisfied that he gave her something she loved.

But, at the same time, how could Qingqing show them so much affection when they hadn’t done anything to earn it? Even he couldn’t do that.

Muir quickly ripped the prey apart and held a shred of meat before the baby eagles, interrupting her drawing.

Bai Qingqing put the charcoal and leaned in closer to watch the baby eagles eat.

Muir naturally brought the first piece of meat to Right’s mouth as he was energetic and captured the attention of others.

The unfamiliar touch caused Right to pause for a moment, but soon after, he instinctively caught the shred of meat with his beak.

Upon seeing this, Left immediately scrambled over.

The two little fellows weren’t only brothers but also compet.i.tors. Although Muir had prepared to raise them both, they inherently knew that they had to fight each other.

Left opened his mouth wider than he would drink water. When he came to Right’s side, before even getting the food, he turned around to peck at his beak as if he was taking his share of the loot.

If they were leopard cubs, they could still lick to taste the food. Unfortunately, they couldn’t do that as they were baby eagles. Only a faint knock could be heard as Left pecked at Right’s beak.

Bai Qingqing urgingly nudged Muir, who tore the meat even faster and handed out the second piece of meat.



The two baby eagles immediately rushed to stretch their necks and opened their mouths as wide as they could. From above, their heads were completely hidden from view. Only the golden inside of their beaks, their sharp tongues, and even their throats could be clearly seen.

Bai Qingqing’s heart ached at the sight, but she didn’t intend to help them. It was good to keep them compet.i.tive as that would help them develop better. If she didn’t interfere, Muir would be on his own at Sea Cliff, anyway. It was better for her not to help since it wasn’t really needed.

The second piece of meat was fed to Right again. When Muir held out the third piece, Right still had a vicious expression, looking as if he’d been badly starved. It was a pitiful sight that would definitely make one a.s.sume he hadn’t eaten any meat.

If not for Bai Qingqing’s careful watch, Muir might have been fooled.

But she knew how sharp-eyed Muir was. His eyes couldn’t be deceived. He was just being biased towards the baby eagle he liked more. However, he couldn’t let Left suffer too much, either. As such, he fed him the third piece of meat.

Not caring what the food was, Left immediately swallowed it without even tasting it.

Seeing this, Bai Qingqing figured that even if he was fed a piece of iron wire, he would swallow it without hesitation.

When the baby eagles were seventy percent full, Muir ignored their cries for food and stored away the significant amount of remaining food.

After a while, the baby eagles gradually stopped crying out and contentedly lay in the gra.s.s nest, their eyes closing shut soon after.

“They get tired so easily, sleeping right after they’ve eaten,” Bai Qingqing said amusedly.

Muir removed the bloodstained pieces of dried gra.s.s, then picked up the baby eagles and placed them beside the gra.s.s nest. “It’s better if they sleep at the side.”

Bai Qingqing immediately nodded in agreement, worried that she would crush the baby eagles in her sleep.

After a couple of hours, the baby eagles woke up and opened their mouths for food as soon as they saw Muir, clearly treating him as a walking food supply.

Muir then went out to capture another bird and fed it to them.

Dinner was delivered by Winston. He had specially come over to see the baby eagles after hearing from Parker that they had broken out from their

The baby eagles had just eaten their fill, and Bai Qingqing felt hungry after watching them eat. She walked out upon hearing the sound of rope being pulled from outside.