Last week, a homeowner in San Francisco awoke to find an unexpected guest dozing peacefully on their patio. The furry visitor had evidently noticed the patio furniture’s soft pillows and cushions, determining it to be the perfect place for a snooze.
He’d hit the sleepy-time jackpot with that cozy spot — and he seemed to know it.
Though the homeowner may have thought at first that the sleeping animal was a neighborhood dog, a closer look revealed that he was, in fact, a wild coyote.
“The animal was reluctant to move when the resident approached,” Animal Care & Control Officer Mullen wrote in a post.
Fearing something might be wrong with the coyote, the homeowner called for help.