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January 05, 2024


hollyroller@ gmail.com

Please, Please "Calm Down" everybody.
Great Photo. Thank you for sharing.
The Coytes have NO INTENSION of interacting with "People." Coyotes are harmless to the people who make over &600,000.00.
"Calm Down."
Happy New Year.

Jeremiah Drake

I am a nurse at MPMC. Went for a walk in the neighborhood at midnight and a well fed coyote crossed my path about 20 feet in front of me. Surprising to see in such a densely populated area.

hollyroller@ gmail.com

Other than taking a walk @ Midnight was your encounter with the Coyote frightening or "Wow. "I live in a Very Cool place?"

hollyroller@ gmail.com

And the answer is?


I think the point was about small dogs and cats. Most coyotes are not going to approach a person but they will feed on squirrels, rats, small dogs, cats and anything else that is smaller than they are. That seemed clear from the start.

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