Coyotes Believed to Be a Preying on Pets and Children

Resident think coyotes are killing their pets in southwest Houston.
1:11 | 08/03/13

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It's just -- appeared been many evening outside with her -- But word of possible coyote attacks numbers three it's terrifying that's very concerning because I have a ten year old daughter -- year. So he's not just -- what -- years neighbors captured these images from his home surveillance video. A suspected coyote killed three of his -- this week. And two more in the neighborhood it's exceedingly rare. Christopher Newport with the city animal control the so far this year they've received eighteen reports of possible coyote sightings. On par with previous years most are located in southwest Houston and in -- -- and memorial areas. Sent nearly all of them occur along -- which are really like highways for awhile it's kind of scary knowing that -- Around pet owners like hot the air are now watching out for their animals the end for each other. I'm gonna be a little bit more cautious about where -- -- So that. I don't get hurt I won't beam greener outside as often as you know I'm doing right now is so -- we get in out to the bottom of this situation.

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