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  • Research taking place in Southern California: A lot of this coyote research will be focused on domestic cats.

    “[Danielle] Martinez is one such student. This summer, between her first and second years of grad school, she plans to dissect and sort more than 200 coyote stomachs. Her research specifically examines how often coyotes prey on domestic cats.”

    And, so far, no cats in the stomachs of the coyotes.

    “But she’s also been surprised. She’s seen bits of raccoon and Styrofoam. And, in one stomach, . . .

  • The amazing possum. The list is endless why these guys are so wonderful. One thing that I can add is that lost cats trail possums to find food. They also look for possum poop for an indication that food is around. Possums have helped save many lost cat's lives. Never do harm to a possum, one of Earth's most peaceable creatures.

  • Proper indentification [ID] for a cat. Here's an article that represents the prevailing wisdom about how a cat should be ID'ed. They say best is a collar w/tag. Then, they say to have a microchip (of, course). No mention of tattoo ID's.

    Decades ago, in America, tattoo ID's on our dogs and cats were common. But, then came the marketing and ease of application of microchips and tattoos were forgotten, in America. In Canada, however, tattoos are still the norm and they find a lot of lost cats, up there. I . . .

  • I've known many cats who will attack dogs. I had a cat that I know attack a coyote right in front of me, once. It pays to remember that cats are actually super-super-predators. A rat is a super-predator and they can be almost as big as a cat. But, that's a cat's prey!

  • This article about a long lost cat and microchips is based on prevailing wisdom instead of cat facts as they are known in the 21st Century. BooBoo the cat was an outside (ecosystem) cat who liked to climb into the open windows of cars. So, one day, BooBoo vanished. Four years later she was found 3000 miles away by microchip.

    What would have been a better outcome? Found almost instantly by identification tattoo, that's what.

  • This is a 20-year-old cat lost while traveling in Florida. Apparently, Lily is blind and death, also. And, interestingly, Lily's dad is in the habit of going for walks with her. There are so many confounding factors in this case that I can't even tell you, for sure, what kind of case this is.

    Well, Lily's dad returned home to California without her as he could not find her. She was found less than two months later and reunited with her dad about three months later.

    She was found in the same spot that she was last seen.

    . . .