Pamela Underhill Karaz, a photographer, was at home in Trenton Falls, New York. When she witnessed the magnificent moment when this gorgeous wild coyote approaches her backyard and finds a toy that belongs to her dog, the coyote smells it and after a while takes it with his mouth and throws it into the air repeatedly playing with it as a dog would, then he jogs while taking the toy.
These creatures are prevalent in this region. Her family is accustomed to hearing coyote howls, especially on summer evenings.
Pamela claims that she witnessed the coyote grab the toy while having coffee in the morning and seized the chance to picture it, revealing that this coyote takes her dogs’ toys. She believes that this is not the first time he has done so, since items left in the yard by her dogs have gone.
“This is a lovely reminder that all animals, wild and domesticated (our pets), are similar. They have personalities, sentiments, and strive to live in a harsh environment. They are not too unlike to us.” Underhill Karaz is written on it.
They now understand that not just domestic animals but also wild animals like playing with toys; this is an important stage in the development of all animals because they learn what they need for adult life, such as hunting, via play.