Fairies are whimsical and enjoy changing their shapes. They can even take the form of animals and plants for fun and to play pranks.
Content warning: Coarse language
“…Pidge?” Wes said warily.
The pigeon stayed where it was, looking fat and stupid. It was sitting where Judd had said it was, on weathered boards of their porch, legs sticking out in front of it, feathers puffed out, dull eyes staring in opposite directions.
“Did you fly into the window?” Wes asked it gently. “Or get mauled? I think you’re in shock, but maybe you’re just a pigeon?”
The pigeon continued to be a pigeon.