Michael Arens, S.P.C.A.: "She's in fantastic shape. She's obviously been having plenty to eat. With any luck it's all been dog food and cat food. Not as far as some of the reports we've been getting of some of the cats missing from the neighborhood. She's very scared and traumatized right now but that's to be expected from a wild animal."
The S.P.C.A. is now waiting for clearance from the Department of Fish and Game to release the coyote into a rural area where she can live in an environment more suitable for her.