Friday, February 1st, 2013

San Francisco Mission Residents Dumbfounded By Local Predator

Is this the Mission District trapped coyote? It hasn't said one way or the other ....A common wild animal that lives throughout the San Francisco Bay Area is leaving local residents scratching their heads in utter amazement. The animal, a coyote, became trapped in a backyard in the popular Mission District. Who has a backyard in the Mission? Mark Zuckerberg? Let's say "Mark Zuckerberg." He trapped a coyote in his immense backyard behind his mansion, which violates your privacy.

"Mission District Coyote is telling no tales," reports the local CBS website. What did Mark Zuckerberg do to this coyote, so that it cannot tell tales? What is a wild member of the canine family if not a beloved storyteller? "A wayward coyote trapped in a backyard at 18th and Capp is offering investigators few clues on how it ended up in the middle of the densely-populated Mission District."

Was the treasure map not a clue? What about the plaid cape and matching cap? Was that not a clue?

The animal is being rehabilitated and should be back to work (as a tech shuttle driver) shortly, investigators said.

Photo by John Picken.

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Multiphasic (#411)

They live all over Glen Park, and often eat cats. The shuttle drivers, I mean.

BadUncle (#153)

For all the coyotes in LA, I don't understand how that town lousy with skunks and opossums.

Mission District Coyote's last album sucked.

City_Dater (#2,500)

I saw a coyote drinking a pina colada at Trader Vic's. His hair was perfect.

ejcsanfran (#489)

He got lost on his way to the Acme Anvil and Dynamite Company on 16th & Shotwell.

Multiphasic (#411)

And here I thought this was about the Tupac van.

beatbeatbeat (#3,187)

Did it work? Are they all gone yet?

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