I wrote a blog awhile ago about the risk to cats becoming prey to coyote when they allowed to roam outdoors. Well now there is even more proof. The Christian Science Monitor references a study in the city of Tucson that found 42% of coyote diet was cats. The study also found that in half of the confrontations between cats and coyote, the cat was killed. The bottom line is cats should be protected from coyotes, owls, cars and disease. It’s easily accomplished just by keeping cats indoors.