After More Reports of Coyote Attacks, DNR Says to Supervise Pets
Small pets are falling prey to coyote attacks in metro area backyards. While Hopkins hasn't reported any attacks, Edina resident Natalie Ann recently told Patch readers to be aware of "fence-jumping" coyotes after her cat was killed by one last week.
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Saint Paul, MN
#1 Aug 8, 2013
Trap them and get them out of the area. Put them in a zoo, and if that don't work, sorry, but there is the other alternative that some groups would not like. Yet, what if it was a small child who was attacked or killed? Why should residents have to stay cooped up in their home with fear for their pets or their family members. For goodness sakes, animals are getting better treatment than human beings.
“SHE WHO DARES WINS”
Since: Oct 13
#3 Oct 19, 2013
shoot them they are vermin
“A Frog's Worst Nightmare”
Since: Oct 13
West Monroe, La
#4 Oct 19, 2013
They ain't bad with a nice yellow currie sauce. Got a cook em all day though.
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