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January 03, 2024
Watch: Brave Cat Sees Dog Being Attacked By Coyotes, Goes Into Beast Mode To Save The Pooch
An unusual freidnship between a feline and her canine brother proves that no matter what the color of your fur is, a strong bond is all it takes in the battle between good and evil.
I don't care about the crazy liberal cat lady stereotype. Cats are awesome and this video shows why.
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If you grew up in California you know at least five people who have lost a cat or small dog to a coyote attack. Subsequently, I, along with most people I know, hate coyotes. Look, I get that coyotes are hungry. But the point is, not their body, not their choice.
"A dog in Oklahoma was saved from a worse fate after its cat sister came to its rescue and scared off a pair of coyotes looking for a meal.
Oakley, a Havanese dog, and Binx, a stray cat taken in when she was two months old, aren't very similar on the surface, but the two share a strong familial bond, their owners recently told local news outlet KFOR.
The Dyer family said their two animals are polar opposites, including their colors (Binx is black and Oakley is white) but are united against coyotes. In a terrifying ordeal on Nov. 30, 2023 Oakley went into the backyard to go to the bathroom when a coyote started to attack, owner Lane Dyer told the outlet.
Soon, another coyote approached, and the situation looked bleak for Oakley — until Binx stepped in.
'[Binx] jumped down and scared them off, it was the craziest thing ever,' said Dyer."
Now that we are on the topic of black cats, I think it is time we address black cat bias. This is a real thing. And I am not talking about fake racism like racist birds, this is the real deal. According to Psychology Today, black cats "are viewed as more evil and sinister than non-black cats." And that this is common across ALL cultures and that it is "rooted in superstition but also in the difficulty people have reading facial cues of black cats."
Well, Binx is destroying unconscious bias and implicit stereotypes that black cats are currently faced with. But despite all that, she still managed to overcome her adversity and save the day.
Binx did not even invite these "opportunist feeders" to her BBQ. She was not having it when these scavengers decided to come through to her backyard all up in her grill.
All of this took place in a blink of an eye.
Poor puppy. He was just trying to take care of business when he was attacked by his feral counterparts.
"The cat's appearance distracted the coyotes long enough for Oakley to run inside to safety," according to the outlet.
The dog ended up needing emergency care. But overall, he will be okay.
I think it is time we get Binx to fight off the coyotes at the Southern Border.
But for now, she will be watching over her backyard.
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