Hero cat takes on two coyotes and drives them away in incredible video taken in Los Angeles home
- A 16-year-old cat named Tigger managed to ward off two coyotes on Thursday night
- He was tapped by the fangs on his driveway in Azusa County, Los Angeles
- Cameras from security cameras capture his courage against the larger animals
- As they tried to circle the little orange cat, he broke out and frightened them
A cat showed amazing courage when it was attacked by a few invading coyotes in the early hours of Thursday.
Surveillance cameras show 16-year-old feline Tigger surrounded by wild fangs on a driveway in Azusa County, Los Angeles.
While they go to the striped orange cat, he holds his ground and if they get too close, he pinches.
16-year-old cat Tigger is confronted on both sides by a bunch of coyotes on his driveway in Azusa County, Los Angeles on Thursday night
Tigger confronts himself with the twig – his owners Ed and Beth Hayes ran down when their motion camera alarm goes off
They run away but come back a little later for a new attempt and again the much smaller animal drives them off the ground.
The detector of the motion detector woke up The owners Ed and Beth Hayes of Tigger who went to see what was going on.
Beth told KTLA: & # 39; I ran off and ran down the hall thinking I was going to see a dead cat and when I opened the door the cat came through the cat door.
& # 39; He looked like he had put his finger into a light outlet – I mean, his hair was just bing.
One of the coyotes sneaks around the red car and tries to crawl behind Tigger while he interacts with the other dog
But Tigger sees what the coyote is trying to do and turns to chase him away – owner Beth Hayes said: & I think he is traumatized & # 39;
& # 39; He hasn't been outside all day, we let him eat about an hour ago. I think he was traumatized, I know I was.
& # 39; He was my mother's and I promised my mother I would take care of him. & # 39;
Coyotes are widespread in North America and are capable of killing sheep, goats and cattle, let alone cats.
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