Coyote spotted in Claremont; residents urged to exercise caution
Cathy Sullivan, who is contracted as an animal control officer for the city, said she responded to Maple Avenue last week when a woman reported seeing a wolf by her apartment building Dumpster.
“It was basically looking for a food source and there are many woods near that area so they are there,” Sullivan said.
A coyote should not be that to humans, but cats and dogs could be in danger, she said.
Along with working for the city as animal control personnel, Sullivan also runs the Lost My Way Animal Shelter in Claremont, focusing on stray cats and dogs and at times injured wild animals.
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