The question is closed as off-topic and deleted, and I want it to remain that way. I just wanted to ask for feedback on why it was closed, so I can avoid doing the same mistakes again (if possible from the close voters, because only they can definitely tell me what I did wrong).
Around 2 months ago, I asked this (deleted) episode identification Looney Tunes question, in which I was talking about a scene I remember. (I will gladly post a screenshot if you have less than 10k reputation and still want to see it).
Although I can't even remember from what series I saw it in (it could have been from The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries, as well as from any other series from the Looney Tunes universe), what I did remember was the fact that the bird I was looking for was described as an almighty bird. As in, he could perform impossible feat, to some inhuman extent, even for a cartoon world.
Shortly after, the question was closed as off-topic, and one comment (not from a close voter) mentioned there was no Science Fiction element about it. I must admit, that confused me quite a lot on that instant, because I don't often see a bird that can tear a mountain in half (I'm not being sarcastic; I'm serious).
So, after pondering the question for 2 months in my corner, I wanted to better understand.
I remember a meta answer mentioning that "questions about the SFF-nal nature of the [Looney Tunes] universe are on topic". But... is it Sci-fi to have an almighty bird in a cartoon? I mean, it's not like The Mask which happens in a realistic world.