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Fri Feb 1, 2013, 06:41 PM

Terrified & Disoriented coyote found in SF. "She’d given up"

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Disoriented coyote found in Mission is recovering


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A terrified coyote found wandering San Francisco’s Mission District is recovering at a Silicon Valley wildlife center, rescuers said Friday.

The coyote might have inadvertently hitched a ride into the big city in a car, moving truck or shipping container, said Rebecca Dmytryk, director of the group WildRescue, a nonprofit that helped the animal.

City animal control officers found the female coyote, known as No. 57, hungry and delirious near the corner of Capp and 18th streets on Jan. 18.

“She was petrified, disoriented,” Dmytryk said. “She was at the end of the dead-end alley, facing away from people, hiding her head in the corner. She’d given up.”

Rescuers corralled the coyote and found she was emaciated, dehydrated and covered in fleas and ticks.

“Coyotes are really, really smart, and they just don’t usually act that way,” Dmytryk said. “If she were in her own neighborhood and she knew her way, she would have taken off.”

The dog is gaining weight and strength at the Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley, said Ashley Kinney, the wildlife rehabilitation supervisor who has been treating No. 57.

“She is actually doing really well; she is definitely improving,” Kinney said. “We hope to move her into our coyote pen with the other coyotes soon.”

Eventually, No. 57 will be released back into the wild, Kinney said.

http://blog.sfgate.com/stew/2013/02/01/disoriented-coyote-found-in-mission-is-recovering/#9695-2

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Reply Terrified & Disoriented coyote found in SF. "She’d given up" (Original post)
Liberal_in_LA Feb 2013 OP
BigDemVoter Feb 2013 #1
ChazInAz Feb 2013 #2
nick of time Feb 2013 #3
FirstLight Feb 2013 #4
AsahinaKimi Feb 2013 #5
MynameisBlarney Feb 2013 #7
nick of time Feb 2013 #9
MynameisBlarney Feb 2013 #12
nick of time Feb 2013 #14
Dash87 Feb 2013 #27
freshwest Feb 2013 #48
brush Feb 2013 #26
nick of time Feb 2013 #50
brush Feb 2013 #64
nick of time Feb 2013 #65
joeybee12 Feb 2013 #10
AsahinaKimi Feb 2013 #11
MynameisBlarney Feb 2013 #13
nick of time Feb 2013 #15
MynameisBlarney Feb 2013 #17
Canuckistanian Feb 2013 #31
MynameisBlarney Feb 2013 #34
magical thyme Feb 2013 #55
freshwest Feb 2013 #51
nick of time Feb 2013 #52
kimmylavin Feb 2013 #24
RKP5637 Feb 2013 #53
kimmylavin Feb 2013 #67
RebelOne Feb 2013 #16
freshwest Feb 2013 #49
Mojorabbit Feb 2013 #37
catbyte Feb 2013 #6
StarryNite Feb 2013 #8
frylock Feb 2013 #18
forestpath Feb 2013 #19
Curmudgeoness Feb 2013 #20
Solly Mack Feb 2013 #21
Helen Reddy Feb 2013 #22
DemoTex Feb 2013 #23
JimDandy Feb 2013 #25
Honeycombe8 Feb 2013 #28
nick of time Feb 2013 #36
Honeycombe8 Feb 2013 #39
nick of time Feb 2013 #40
marybourg Feb 2013 #57
nick of time Feb 2013 #58
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KT2000 Feb 2013 #32
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SQUEE Feb 2013 #38
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nick of time Feb 2013 #59
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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 06:45 PM

1. Wow, she's beautiful. . . .

I'm glad she was rescued, as it must have been terrible for her to be lost in a busy city and be out of her habitat.

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 06:55 PM

2. Poor little Song Dog!

I love these little critters. You'll find them all over urban Tucson, especially concentrated near the arroyos that they use as trails. Since I live right near such a wash, I'm often treated to the sight of them roaming about. Their occasional night-time serenade is beautiful, though it scares the wits out of my two cats. The cats, wisely, stay indoors!

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 06:55 PM

3. Awwwwwwwwww.

 

She's beautiful. Every once in a great while, I am forced to shoot a coyote or fox on my farm when they raid my chickens and ducks, but I don't shoot them to just shoot them, as long as they leave my animals alone, I leave them alone.

Good for these wildlife rescuer's and may that beautiful little girl have a long and happy life.

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 06:57 PM

4. Poor baby...

Living right next to the meadow and lake here in the sierras, we see them all the time and have a healthy dose of respect for what they can do ...alone or in a pack. They are very smart and agile creatures.

But this poor girl was sooooooo out of her element, My heart goes out to her.

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 07:03 PM

5. I was shocked to actually see one in the city.

Not sure where they come from. I know we have had the occasional skunk and raccoon, but a Coyote in the city, is so bizarre. I have also seen them out by the San Francisco Zoo, on the outer perimeter.

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Response to AsahinaKimi (Reply #5)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 07:11 PM

7. I read somewhere

that coyotes are the most successful land predator in North America.
They are in every city in the continental US, at least according to that article I read, which was years ago.
When I lived in NC, not far from Charlotte, I was woken up at 3-ish to two coyotes howling right under my bedroom window, it was creepy as shit!
We had foxes out there too.
And deer...

GAH! I miss NC bad...sometimes.

What was I talking about again?

Oh! Right!


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Response to MynameisBlarney (Reply #7)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 07:19 PM

9. Very true.

 

They are very adaptable animals, smart, wily, and quite beautiful.

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Response to nick of time (Reply #9)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 07:25 PM

12. Yuppers

I've heard of some folks keeping them as pets.
But I don't think it's recommended.

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Response to MynameisBlarney (Reply #12)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 07:27 PM

14. Not only not recommended,

 

but also highly illegal.

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Response to MynameisBlarney (Reply #12)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 09:44 PM

27. Coyotes, like wolves, can't be domesticated.

They can be tamed, but never domesticated. It would be too dangerous, and they aren't natural companions like dogs are.

I think that's why, even when humans feed them (big no no), it just makes it more likely that the coyote will attack humans. The same is true with bears, mountain lions, etc.

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Response to MynameisBlarney (Reply #12)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 05:14 PM

48. They're too skittish, their senses too acute, to adapt to that.

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Response to nick of time (Reply #9)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 09:40 PM

26. Did you say "Wily"?

That rings a bell somehow.

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Response to brush (Reply #26)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 05:18 PM

50. Huh?

 

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Response to nick of time (Reply #50)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 09:45 PM

64. Wile E. Coyote of the Roadrunner cartoons. C'mon, these are the jokes, folks. nt

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Response to brush (Reply #64)

Sun Feb 3, 2013, 08:44 AM

65. Got it.

 

Thanks.
I shudda known, my kids used to watch the roadrunner cartoons.

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Response to MynameisBlarney (Reply #7)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 07:19 PM

10. They don't have the fear of humans like other wild animals...

So come close to civilization, esp since their only real competitor, wolves, have been pretty much exterminated by man.

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Response to MynameisBlarney (Reply #7)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 07:25 PM

11. I have a dear friend in Los Angeles

For a few years she worked Cat rescue and had been constantly telling people in the San Fernando valley, not to let their cats out at night. Too many people did not listen, and there are coyotes there who will kill cats (and dogs) if given the chance. One woman, had found her cat barely alive and brought it to the emergency room, and they had saved the cat, but a few months later, not heeding any warnings was letting her cat out at night, and this time had found it torn to shreds. You can only tell people so much, before they start listening to you.

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Response to AsahinaKimi (Reply #11)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 07:26 PM

13. oh they can be nasty

to pets for sure

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Response to MynameisBlarney (Reply #13)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 07:30 PM

15. These beautiful animals

 

are also highly skilled hunters and will take down a calf if given the chance.
Funny story, I have about 100 head of cattle and one day while in the barn, I heard them raising hell, so I go outside and saw that they had a coyote cornered in the pen, poor little thing was terrified, so I shooed the cows away and allowed it to leave on it's own.
I won't kill an animal unless they're activly raiding my livestock and I figured that this poor little guy was just passing through and just happened to take the wrong path.

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Response to nick of time (Reply #15)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 07:35 PM

17. Ayup

They can take down deer as well.

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Response to MynameisBlarney (Reply #17)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 10:04 PM

31. There are now some coyote-wolf hybrids

And they are getting deadly at taking down deer-sized animals. Coyotes typically wouldn't tackle an animal as large as a deer.

And these new breeds are spreading into urban areas.

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Response to Canuckistanian (Reply #31)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 09:20 AM

34. Oh geez

I didn't think that coyotes and wolfs could interbreed.
Guess I was wrong.

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Response to MynameisBlarney (Reply #34)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 05:30 PM

55. Coy-dogs -- they can combine the worst traits of both

We've had coy-dogs up here "thrill kill" entire herds of deer. It seemed every winter when I first moved up here, I'd read about them finding 20+ deer slaughtered in the Bangor area.

I nearly lost my dog Jake to a pack when he was just a pup. We were in the barn putting up my horse and goat for the night when one started barking from the woods just behind my barn. Jakey bolted for the door -- luckily I'd forgotten my gloves and was able to grab his collar and drag him back into the barn. Next thing you know, the entire pack was howling and yipping with the barking coming only from the middle. We spent over half an hour inside the barn...they were so close by I was afraid to head up to the house.

I've heard they'll "recruit" a dog to lure other dogs in.

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Response to nick of time (Reply #15)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 05:18 PM

51. They can be a problem for cattle that spend their lives outdoors. I won't go into details,

other than cows laying down giving birth are in particular danger.

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Response to freshwest (Reply #51)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 05:21 PM

52. Yep.

 

I've lost a couple of calves to coyotes over the years, but I figure it's just the price I have to pay for living in the boonies and trying to live in harmony with those smart critters.

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Response to AsahinaKimi (Reply #11)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 09:32 PM

24. I'm a little north of LA.

Our neighbors have lost about six cats in the seven years we've lived up here.
We've lost one - he died of old age.

They asked us how the heck we do that, and we say that our cats don't go outside!
They say they think that's mean to keep cats inside.
And I say that, personally, I think it's meaner to let them die in abject fear.
But yeah, they still don't listen.

Night time is coyote time around here.
Indoor cats, dogs only go out with us, on a leash, at night.
Never lost a pet to a coyote, never plan to.

And this way, I can enjoy the haunting sounds they make at night, and watching them jog by into the mountains.

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Response to kimmylavin (Reply #24)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 05:28 PM

53. My cat would think one was nuts if they told him to go outdoors. He wants

nothing to do with the outdoors than to cozy up inside and look out a window.

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Response to RKP5637 (Reply #53)

Mon Feb 4, 2013, 02:18 PM

67. Exactly!

It's warm in here, and not so big.
Plus there's free food, a fireplace, and accommodating laps!

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Response to AsahinaKimi (Reply #5)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 07:35 PM

16. Nope, they are in the cities now.

They have been spotted in Buckhead, in the heart of Atlanta. With all the development, they have been forced out of their homes.

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Response to RebelOne (Reply #16)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 05:16 PM

49. I've heard them in a park north of Seattle at night in the winter. They like to eat squirrels.

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Response to AsahinaKimi (Reply #5)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 01:11 PM

37. We have them in the middle of the city in Orlando. It is amazing. nt

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 07:03 PM

6. Poor baby! Look at that gorgeous face & haunting (haunted) eyes.

I am so happy she's doing better.


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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 07:15 PM

8. Poor baby...

I'm so glad she's improving and will be able to join the other coyotes soon. I love and respect coyotes. They do what they do to survive.

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 07:36 PM

18. poor girl..

there's a trail that runs out behind my house, and once or twice a week a pack will cruise through upsetting all the neighborhood dogs. see them all the time while riding trails out in MTRP. some are as big as wolves and every bit as beautiful! I ride right past them, no more than 20-30 feet off the trail.

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 07:50 PM

19. I'm so glad she was saved and is doing better.

 

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 09:16 PM

20. OMG, those eyes show how terrified she was.

A beautiful story of a rescue.

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 09:24 PM

21. She's a beauty!

I'm glad she's recovering.

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 09:29 PM

22. We are ALL here for a reason...

 

except for some human beings. Animals will always be innocent law-abiding "citizens." They are pure. If they are encroaching, look around at their dwindling habitat. (thanks to man)

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 09:30 PM

23. Prairie Wolf

Beautiful animals, now ubiquitous in most Continental US locations.

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 09:34 PM

25. Awwww she's so scared.

A raging flea and tick attack can be a death sentence for a weakened animal. So glad she was rescued.

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 09:45 PM

28. Poor thing. They live in packs, don't they? I hope she gets a new pack? Can they do that?

Poor thing. Vehicles alone must've scared her almost to death. Nothing to eat or drink. Thank God someone rescued her.

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Response to Honeycombe8 (Reply #28)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 11:13 AM

36. Generally as a rule,

 

they are loners, except when mating season comes around. It's the exception for them to run in packs, wolves normally do that but not coyote's.

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Response to nick of time (Reply #36)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 01:41 PM

39. That's good to know. Seems like she'll do better, then, when released back intot the wild. nt

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Response to Honeycombe8 (Reply #39)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 01:44 PM

40. I truly hope so,

 

and I hope some asshole doesn't shoot her just to shoot her. She deserves a chance at life after what she's been through.
All the best wishes to her survival.

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Response to nick of time (Reply #36)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 05:33 PM

57. Here (AZ) they're often in family groups, sometimes

even with the young of the previous year. And they have a healthy respect for, if not fear of, people. I had one stand right outside my window looking in at me without moving a muscle, but when I stepped out the door, she knew there was no longer glass between us and she took off loping. I've also seen them just a few yards away, not moving until I bent down to pick something up, then they take off, knowing what a rock is. The wildlife people here encourage chasing them away from human habitation and not allowing them to feel comfortable around humans.

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Response to marybourg (Reply #57)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 05:39 PM

58. I too, have seen them as a family unit

 

but for the most part, they don't form packs with outsiders. My wife and I like to sit outside at dusk and listen to them sing, quite the mournful sounds at times.
They generally leave my livestock alone and I leave them alone, sometimes I'll see them at the water tank getting a drink of water and go on their merry way.

Very beautiful animals and they serve a purpose, pest control.

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 09:52 PM

29. What a beauty!

Just look at those eyes! So glad she is recovering.

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 10:21 PM

32. Thanks to the rescuers

Bless their hearts.

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Fri Feb 1, 2013, 10:51 PM

33. Beautiful animal. They kept getting our chickens if we forget to lock em up at night. After

 

a few grisly murders our chickens started bunking up in the open barn with the horses. We did a trial run and let them sleep there. We've never lost another chicken since. Our oldest mare's a spunky one. She charges anything that comes into her territory including deer, stray dogs and the occasional cat. The other horses follow her lead.

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Response to DogPawsBiscuitsNGrav (Reply #33)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 09:24 AM

35. When I was a kid

I once heard a great saying about horses from our ferrier.
"Horses, they're much smarter than we think they are, but they're not nearly as smart as THEY think they are."

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 01:36 PM

38. I often have to take down the 'yotes and feral dogs and hogs around here

But I have to say I would be heart broken to see a wild animal in that state, good on the rescuers for saving a terrified and defenseless animal in this situation.
A terrified and cowering animal just tears my heart out, I have found a few dens, and can't bring myself to shoot them.. that and I have been known to free a trapped animal, and destroy every trap I run across.
Culling a predator does not have to turn one into a monster.

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Response to SQUEE (Reply #38)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 01:48 PM

42. Well said.

 

Every now and then I have to shoot a coyote or fox that's raiding my chickens and ducks, however, if they leave my livestock alone, I leave them alone. They are great for controlling pests like rats, rabbits, mice, squirrels and the like.
And I fucking hate the traps, I too destroy them if I come across them on my land.

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 01:44 PM

41. omg, that has me in tears...

“She was petrified, disoriented,” Dmytryk said. “She was at the end of the dead-end alley, facing away from people, hiding her head in the corner. She’d given up.”

For a creature to have given up hope in that way...no words.

Thank goodness she's doing much, much better. Bless her.

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Response to OneGrassRoot (Reply #41)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 01:49 PM

43. She is very beautiful,

 

those eyes say it all, please help me.

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Response to OneGrassRoot (Reply #41)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 02:27 PM

46. me too!

So happy she was rescued!!!

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 02:01 PM

44. my dog Jack used to do that as a puppy

when I first got him he would run away and hide with his head in a corner.

That's why I named him Jack. I said "you are little Jack Horner with your head in a corner"

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 02:25 PM

45. so glad she was rescued!!!!!!!!

Sweetie

Where I used to live, in the Fingerlakes area of NY, you could hear the Yoteez at night. I loved that. :,)

Happy trails, little wild puppy.

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 02:28 PM

47. I can relate.

There was a time or two driving in DC and on the Beltway that I felt like getting out of my car and finding a corner to huddle in.

So glad she's okay!

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Response to Are_grits_groceries (Reply #47)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 05:29 PM

54. Yeah, I know what you mean. n/t

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 05:30 PM

56. I'm sooo happy she's doing OK. n/t

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Response to RKP5637 (Reply #56)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 06:15 PM

59. She is a beautiful little girl, isn't she?

 

I hope when she's released back to the wild, some asshole doesn't shoot her just because they can.
After all she's been through, she deserves to live her life without stupid humans endangering her life.

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Response to nick of time (Reply #59)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 06:54 PM

63. Sooo frightened and sooo out of her environment through no fault of her own. I love wildlife! n/t

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 06:17 PM

60. She is so beautiful

Get well soon.

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 06:39 PM

61. she is a true beaut

lovely gal

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Sat Feb 2, 2013, 06:48 PM

62. Sweet little creature

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Sun Feb 3, 2013, 01:28 PM

66. Thank you to the Wildlife Center

For Saving the Coyote

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Response to Liberal_in_LA (Original post)

Mon Feb 4, 2013, 09:05 PM

68. Poor, sweet little angel.

I hope she recovers soon. Thanks so much to her rescurers!

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