It seems the local food chain experienced a bit of a shake down this afternoon.
One of my three felines—the only one who goes outside—is a formidable force in keeping the local rodent population to a reasonable level. In fact, the chipmunk population has considerably decreased since he started going outside, and I imagine the mouse population has too, based on the body count. Nearly every day, he leaves the gift of his most recent victim on the walkway where I will be sure to see it when I arrive home.
Today, my neighbor stopped me as I drove onto the street. She informed me that a coyote was seen crossing our street midday on Tuesday. It seems my fearless feline has fallen from his position as king of the food chain. Now, if he happens to escape the safe confines of our house, he will have to navigate the neighborhood in fear.
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A coyote is a very scary for a cat. I hope you are able to keep him inside, but It will be hard.
He is an expert escape artist. It will be a constant battle.
Still The King of Jungle! Even with a Coyote.
He seems to think so! 😉
The neighbor cat is in our yard a lot but doesn’t seem to catch the chipmunks. Careful, coyotes will go after cats.
Funny story…. Our neighbors actually borrowed our cat when a chipmunk got IN their house. He had that thing in three minutes. 😀