Animal Gone Wild

United States
December 5, 2022 8:21am CST
Mylot, I saw on the news in Los Angeles a coyote attacked a little girl, and was trying to drag her off, she was hollering, which alerted her dad, and he chased it away. The girl had to get rabie shots, and they are looking for coyote. In another place, forgot the state, a little girl was on her porch, and was attacked by racoon. The mom heard her screaming, and came out and grabbed the racoon off of her, separated it from her daughter, and threw it in the yard. Wow, this is scary.
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@sharon6345 (326353)
• United States
5 Dec
I don't dare live around that because no matter what cuteness they process. Anything with teeth you can control can become dangerous. So sad.
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• United States
5 Dec
It was, you could see the coyote dragging her. Plus this was in Los Angeles. You know I am concerned I live in the woods.
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@sharon6345 (326353)
• United States
5 Dec
@popciclecold That would be correct that is why you won't catch me walking even near one let alone living in one. Nope give me a noisy neighbor any day.
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@Jenaisle (7370)
• Philippines
5 Dec
That's terrifying. I hope the girls are okay with no trauma. It's scary to be attacked in your home by animals. I often see pet alligators and lions being taken care of in the homes of caretakers, and it scares me to think what would happen when the natural instinct of these carnivorous animals are awakened.
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• United States
5 Dec
A lot to think about. Scary.
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• United States
5 Dec
They are ok.
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@RebeccasFarm (84867)
• Wheat Ridge, Colorado
5 Dec
Oh yes they are quite near here the coyotes. One has to be careful of children and small animals, they will try to get them. That child must have been terrified.
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• United States
5 Dec
She was hollering, and that alerted her dad.
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@wolfgirl569 (69415)
• Marion, Ohio
5 Dec
Wild animals can get too comfortable around people and lose their fear. Leaving food out for them is a bad thing for that reason. Not saying people in that area are doing that but I know of many that do. There is also the chance of them having rabies.
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• United States
5 Dec
Yeah, they are looking for the coyote now.
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• United States
5 Dec
That is beyond scary hearing about these little girls getting attacked by animals. They are lucky their parents were able to save them from being seriously hurt or killed.
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• United States
5 Dec
It was horrible sight, and scary.
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@Kandae11 (50198)
5 Dec
I won't trust any animal with teeth around little children.
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• United States
5 Dec
I don't either, but after seeing that I sure won't..Poor kid. I felt so sorry for both of them.
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@snowy22315 (149429)
• United States
5 Dec
That is really scary.
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@marguicha (199225)
• Chile
6 Dec
it happens when you live near wild animals And we have been invading their space for a long time.
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@JudyEv (301017)
• Rockingham, Australia
6 Dec
I wonder if the animals had rabies. Wild animals can be very dangerous if they lose their fear of humans.
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• United States
6 Dec
The people are looking for the coyote. The girl had to get tested for rabies.
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• Indonesia
5 Dec
Why do these animals attack humans, are they hungry? Is it difficult in their habitat to find food to eat?
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• United States
6 Dec
I think so. The coyote was dragging the little girl. She screamed and her dad came and got it off of her. This was in Los Angeles, a city.
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• United States
6 Dec
@Charlesbronson They are.
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• Indonesia
6 Dec
@popciclecold Oh, God. Hope the little girl is okay.
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