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Coyotes acclimating to populated areas

People are spotting coyotes in south Tulsa, Oklahoma Wildlife Control says they are not scared of humans.

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aleman - 11/16/2012 12:32 PM
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Well if that is the case I can only hope a few of them move in around here they could have any kind they want,tabby,lynx,siamese,gray striped ones,white ones and a hundred different mixtures of all of these ain't never seen so damn many cats anywhere like here,coyote heaven,buzzards won't eat them that's a fact,they won't eat baloney either but they'll eat a dead skunk

RMurray - 11/16/2012 7:31 AM
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Coyotes are opportunistic predators, and they will eat a cat if they can catch one. Buzzards will also scavenge on cats. And bobcats will tend to go out of their way to get a house or feral cat. However, in regards to coyotes and pets ... they tend to trend towards small dogs, since those cannot climb trees.

aleman - 11/15/2012 4:31 AM
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Here's hoping they like cat meat,we used to have rabbits,squirrels and every kind of bird imaginable,now there are cats lots of them.I don't think anything can stand to eat a cat not even a coyote,buzzards won't even eat a dead one.
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