Why was this animal running toward my house?

It looks like something was chasing it?

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Late to dinner? Didn’t want to miss Survivor ?

Looks like a Raccoon. Most likely a dog or human scared it (this is common). Cats rarely attack them, but it’s not unheard of.

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I frequently get rabbits from across my street coming over to visit.

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What’s going on?


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:raccoon: :rabbit: and possum :tada: :tada:

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I was going to say looks like the crew leaving @Antonius smorgasborgh.

Just your regular old residential wild critters passing through.
Another one I have seen often that could cause a stir for the smaller ones…
:fox_face:

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I’ve lived in this house for 38 years and have never once seen a “Wabbit” :grin:
I had one coyote, a stray flock of Peacocks, Turkeys, skunks and of course my regular nightly gang of cats, raccoons, and Miss Opossum.

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You don’t want to see a :skunk: even if this one is cute

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This video is from about a year ago. When I see this on my Wyze cameras, that tells me rabbit population is going down in my neighborhood.

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It’s huge.

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She will probably be back with all of her :raccoon: children (Kits) in a few months. :grin:
From winter until late spring I usually only have one or two of them come together almost every night. Late Spring there are always 4-5 of them all show up together.
Last year I had two groups of 5 show up 30 minutes apart. Must of been a convention or family reunion.

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Hunting Wabbits :rofl:

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Here is a coyote marking my lawn as its property.

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Any idea what the dogs would feel/think when they smell coyote scent?

Because people walk their dogs on this street daily.

My Wyze camera captures many dogs walking by pulling their owner to that spot to sniff.

There is a spot in the neighborhood that our dogs are attracted to. Apparently it is the community urinal.

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It couldn’t make up its mind.

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GPS must be out of calibration. :laughing: