Thankful Thursday Blog Hop: The Reporting of Coyote Attacks Has Slowed Down

Hello all and welcome to our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop. We all always have something to be thankful for whether it’s easy to recognize or not. It’s most wonderful to share what you’re thankful for and please join us for our blog hop.

You can probably tell from the post title what I’m thankful for this week.  I seriously don’t want to jinx anything, but the reports of coyote attacks has slowed down almost to a stop.  We’re most thankful for that and as near as I can tell all of our feral family is still here and doing okay.  They really are family and they are very important to all of us.

The Dad did get the solar lights put up outside and they are set to come on when motion is detected.  Those things really do light up the whole backyard and we don’t know it that had anything to do with the wildlife not hanging around or not, but we do like them.  Those lights along with the feral cam that also detects motion really helps us try to figure out how to help them.

What are you thankful for this week?  Hop on in after you tell me in your comment.  Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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Eastside Cats
2 years ago

I understand the fears of having feral cats, and am glad everyone is okay. ❤️

The Dash Kitten Crew
2 years ago

First, we are in the blog hop as our blog work at Place for Cats. If this is not OK please let us know.

Second, coyotes UGH!!! I am glad your reports are disappearing, it sounds like a major worry!

Keep safe.

meowmeowmans
2 years ago

We’re so glad the coyote attacks are down. Thank goodness your feral family is doing okay!

Mark's Mews
2 years ago

Anything that keeps you all safe is VERY good!

Summer
2 years ago

That is great news about the coyotes (or lack of them!

easyweimaraner
2 years ago

that is a reason to be thankful, I so agree… we had no clue that this animals are such a danger for dogs and cats… we hope they will stay away … far away from Casa Brian…

Mickey's Musings
2 years ago

How good to hear those coyotes are not around!
We are thankful your ferals are safe too 🙂
Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

Little Binky and Granny

This sounds really scary, Brian. We are Thankful that you are all safe. Pawkisses for a Happy Thankful Thursday 🙂 <3

Pam Greer
2 years ago

That’s good news about the coyotes! I hope they stay away!

Marg
2 years ago

That is super news about the coyotes. Sure hope they stay away. That would be so scary. You all have a good day and stay cool.

Pat Hatt
2 years ago

Great that the lights do the trick and that coyote attacks have slowed to a halt. Hopefully it stays that way.

The Menagerie Mom
2 years ago

Oh, I am so glad that the coyote attacks have stopped. My boy Evan was a barn cat before I knew him, and a coyote got into the barn and is the reason he is hind limb paralyzed. Your feral family is so lucky to have you. Of course, you’re all so lucky to have each other!

Three Chatty Cats
2 years ago

That’s definitely something to be thankful for. Hope that the feral family is doing well!

Jeanne Foguth
2 years ago

I haven’t read about any coyote attacks in our area for a couple months, either. (We live on FL’s Space Coast)… Is this an odd coincidence or is something else going on?

Ellen Pilch
2 years ago

That is good news. Coyotes are evil creatures. Thanks for hosting.

Annabelle
2 years ago

We are so glad to hear that the coyotes sightings are gone! WE hope it stays that way!

Emma
2 years ago

That’s great to hear that they are doing well and the coyotes have not gotten to them. They are so lucky to have you.

caren gittleman
2 years ago

You and your wife are ANGELS!! I am sure that what you have done to help the ferals with the lighting and motion detection has DEFINITELY helped!!! xoxo

William's Kith & Kin
2 years ago

This is good news, Brian. We haven’t heard of any coyote/cat problems around here this year–it’s mainly been bears that have come out of the mountains looking for food. (Not for cats that we know of, though!)

Yael
2 years ago

This is very good news. They are so scary to have around.
Yael from Playing In Catnip

Jeanna
2 years ago

There are all sorts of critters around here and since Dexter thinks he’s brave venturing out into the hallway I don’t think he’ll escape into the wild. I am thinking about getting a harness for him to see if he’ll stay out on the balcony with me.
That’s good news I hope it holds. I’m glad the family is healthy and together.

Cathy Keisha
2 years ago

I’m glad the evil coyotes aren’t attacking in your area. I hope animal control caught them and is sending them far far away. TW’s dentist yesterday was showing her pics of coyote babies on his golf course. He lives near the course and was saying animal control refuses to touch them.

Lola The Rescued Cat
2 years ago

We’re so glad to hear the good news. *shiver* Those coyotes sound so scary! This week Mommy is thankful that Lexy is being a good girl with her ear drops.

Tamago
2 years ago

That’s a great news. Glad your feral family is doing fine 🙂

Sailor Edgar
2 years ago

Glad to hear that the feral cats are safe, at least for now.
There have never been any coyotes around our neighborhood (too urbanized), but the area where our Millie was born, a couple of miles north of here, does have an occasional coyote.

Da DB Boyz
2 years ago

That is something to be very, very thankful for Brian…and something we are very happy to hear!!
xoxo
Arty & Jakey

Nylabluesmum
2 years ago

444 pawss uppy fur thee moshun deetecterss an thee Solur litess!!! WOO HOO!! So far no coyotess uppy at thee farm so mee keepin mee paws crossed!
Coyotess scare thee DICKENSS outta mee!
Mee iss fankfull fur their absence an fur yur furendship!
~~head rubsss~~ Siddhartha Henry~~

da tabbies o trout towne
da tabbies o trout towne
2 years ago

guyz…..thiz iz sum thin ta bee thanx full for….we bet even de dawgs in de naybor hood iz thanx full…we hope de coyoteez mooved ta sum place
they can call home; with shelter N foodz N stuff ~~~~

☺☺♥♥

Jan K
2 years ago

That is such great news!! You take such good care of your ferals.
We have what are called “predator lights” on our chicken coop, it’s a flashing red light and so far those seem to be working at keeping predators away too.

The OP Pack
2 years ago

Hooray for Dad and the magic lights!!! We are sure that has a lot to do with those coyotes moving on.

We are thankful today that we didn’t get any severe storms last night and it is a very nice day today.

Woos – Lightning and Misty

Mary Kirkland
2 years ago

Glad to hear of no more coyote attacks. Maybe they’ve moved on to somewhere else.

Madi and Mom
2 years ago

Oh thank goodness Brian…we have not had any coyote attacks in our county but there have been some aggressive foxes. Our friend in Ga has been dealing with a big papa bear coming on her deck at night which requires walking up stairs. It is driving her dogs crazy. Time for fall to come so this guy can hibernate
Hugs madi your bfff

emma and buster
2 years ago

Weird when we tried to add our link to your blog hop it told us there was error. When we came back here, the link is there, yay!

Buster is thankful for a turn at Emma’s pillow.

The Florida Furkids
2 years ago

That’s truly great news. We had coyotes in our area and the reports have slowed down here too.

The Florida Furkids

Hobo Hudson
2 years ago

That’s great news, Brian. Your dad’s work paid off, and it will also help to keep away some other predators.

Laila and Minchie
2 years ago

Thank you for taking such great care of your ferals!

Katie Isabella
2 years ago

I am honestly thankful…grateful or you and other kitty parents or those who just love cats, who rescue, help, feed, and doctor the ferals. One day, you and others like you will be called to tell of yourselves and you will be called blessed.

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

No coyotes? Now that is great news. We hope they stay away.

The Daily Pip
2 years ago

What good news! I am glad everyone is safe and sound and the solar light is helping!

Kitties Blue
2 years ago

So sorry to be a date late. That really is amazingly terrific news about the coyotes and that all your ferals are still around. Yesterday and everyday we are thankful that we adopted both Lisbeth and Astrid. They are both precious girls. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo and Cooper Murphy

Basil
2 years ago

That’s fantastic news Brian, luckily here we don’t have coyotes… but seriously dude that’s the best news effur!

Happy weekend and big hugs

Basil & Co xox

Deziz World
2 years ago

Oh Brian, dat’s pawsum mews. We’re so happy da coyotes haven’t made of with any of da kitties. We’re sendin’ hugs and purrayers.

Luv ya’

Dezi and Raena