Colorado Woman Bitten By Coyote Pup Found With Collar & Leash


A woman in Yuma County is undergoing rabies protocol after being bit by a coyote pup found with a collar and a leash on. Officials from Colorado Parks and Wildlife say she and many other families were petting it. It was clear it had been fed by humans. The woman’s injuries from the bite were superficial but she has to get rabies shots to fend off the fatal disease if it’s present. Sadly the coyote pup was euthanized in southern Colorado and a brain sample will be taken. If you have any information about where this poor little coyote came from please contact CPW at dnr_cpw.info@state.co.us



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