Ginger tabby cat fights with coyote on porch and climbs to escape (video)

Ginger tabby defends himself from coyote attack and escapes to safety

A security camera caught a flat out fight between a red tabby domestic cat and a coyote on what appears to be the porch of a house. The cat was almost certainly male (ginger tabbies are normally male). It is an instructive video although a bit hard to watch because it shows us how …

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Global warming causes bobcats to eat more domestic cats?

Bobcat

Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada: There is a belief that global warming is causing bobcats to eat more domestic cats. The chain of events is pretty straightforward. Global warming causes more droughts and forest fires. These reduce the number of prey animals. In turn, this means the usual wild prey animals are scarcer for bobcats …

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Upturning the laws of nature: cat chases coyote

Cat chases coyote in parking lot

Note: videos on this site are typically made by people other than me and held on YouTube servers or the servers of other businesses (not the server storing this website). Sometimes the videos are deleted at source which stops them working on this site. If that has happened, I apologise but I have no …

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Coyote – the great survivor is expanding in North America and eating cats

Coyote attacks cat statue in N. Carolina

NEWS/VIEWS: The coyote is heavily persecuted in North America. At least 400,000 are exterminated annually and yet this wily predator continues to expand its range. They’ve increased their distribution across North America by 40% since the 1950s. Remarkably, National Geographic tell us that this is twice the rate of any other carnivore in North …

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When coyotes kill cats the cadavers give the impression that a psychopath has killed them

For illustrative purposes: Forensic veterinarian Margaret Doyle and Constable Dennis Smithson view an X -ray of a deceased cat. Photo: Jeff McIntosh.

A thorough investigation by a veterinary pathologist, Nick Nation, in Edmonton, Canada, into the killing of a total of 53 cats in two Alberta cities, clearly indicated to this expert that the cats had been killed by coyotes and not a psychopathic person which was deemed to been a possibility at one time. The …

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