Precious Little Robin Sweetly Refuses to Leave Woman's Hand

We'd give anything for a moment like this.

Precious Little Robin Sweetly Refuses to Leave Woman's Hand

We'd give anything for a moment like this.

Unexpected animal friends never fail to put a smile on our faces, but we think this woman was more stunned than anything when a wild robin landed on her hand. The little bird seemed content to stay a while, so @bypassing_emma did what any tech-savvy person would do. She filmed a TikTok!

 Emma got her second surprise when the video blew up on the app, getting her almost half a million views within the first day of being posted. It just goes to show how many of us have only dreamed of a magical moment like this!

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What a darling little bird! We'd be thrilled to have a visit with him, though he looks more concerned about finding somewhere for a nap. We suppose Emma's hand was the perfect place!

@Sjr688 said, "it must be the cold," and we admit that it could be part of it. Emma's mitten is certainly warmer than a frozen tree branch! Still, we'd like to think that he chose her for a more special reason.

"That is the sweetest thing I have seen in a long time," said commenter @sallysmakeupworld. "I love robins." So do we--especially after seeing this! The bird was so trusting of Emma despite having never met her before.

When we first read @temtem_84's comment, "robins are angels, so somebody must be checking in on you," we thought she was speaking in metaphor. But according to common folklore--it's true! @Nikkioakesjasper also wrote, "when a robin appears, a loved one is near. Well, this loved one must really be looking out for her! 

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