Well, when it comes to the news that they're living apart, we guess it's not that easy to hide.
Now Nick has finally responded to the rumors, and his answer confirms our worst fears for the pair. He said:
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There's nothing snooty about the sooty owlet cutiez!!!
A pair of sooty owl twins are inseparable at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney. The owlet bros arrived at the zoo in August and they are growing at a super fast rate!
The two babes are being trained to be ambassadors to their wild kinfolk but we just want them to ourselves!
He may be a screecher, but Fireball LUVs to chat!
Fireball is a screech owl at the American Wildlife Refuge and he's quite the chatty Kathy.
The owl is a part of the refuge's educational program about owls and those big eyes and high pitched squeal are to die for!
Check out Fireball as he strikes up a conversation (above) RIGHT NOW!
This owl LOVES to be scratched behind his…ears?
Wait…how do owls hear anyway? Or birds for that matter? LOLz!
We digress but there is one thing we know for certain…it's that this little guy just goes crazzzzzy when this zookeeper (above) hits the right spot.
We can just imagine whats going through his head…
There's so many cutiez running around the Smithsonian National Zoo, we don't what to do!
Not only did the zoo welcome two DARLING Kori Bustard chicks to their family, they also said hello to two burrowing owl babes too!
Both groups of aDORable chicks will be making their summer debut in late August. The Kori Bustard chicks are currently being hand-reared to avoid conflict with other birds of prey.
The burrowing owl babies are little more mature but they're still pint sized compared to other birds.
Still, we wish we could take either species home to play with us!
We've all been told that it's not polite to stare but when you're this aDORable, you can do whatever you want.
Four owlets want nothing more than to just at look, burning their fabulous faces into you.
Do we have a new Hypno-Toad? LOLz!
Watch these baby owls (above) in action. You have been warned!
Pennsylvania's ZooAmerica North American Wildlife Park got a special treat when three GORGEOUS burrowing owlets hatched at the end of May.
The eggs came from the National Zoo in D.C. and ZooAmerica staffers hand-reared the darling babes.
The zoo hopes to introduce two of the owls to the Southwest while one stays behind to become a part of the zoo's education programs.
Burrowing owls live in nests on the ground and they are active during the day, making unique within the owl family.
Welcome to the world, you three cuties!
So sad to think that so many living things have endured such mistreatment and neglect all at the expense of a fad!
Due to the success of the Harry Potter book series and subsequent film adaptations, many sought out their own pet owls just like the young wizard had, but now that the final movie has been released, hundreds of the birds - which can live up to 20 years - have been abandoned all over England!