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Coyote and doe keep each other company at Union Hill Cemetery in Kansas City

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Courtesy: Lucas Noga

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A local photographer took these pictures last Wednesday, Dec. 7, at the Union Hill Cemetery, 227 East 28th Terrace.

Lucas Noga says the wild coyote and doe have been living in the cemetery, almost as pals.

“They were walking around together,” said Noga. “The coyote would stay about 10-15 feet away from the doe and would often turn around to make sure it was still behind. They acted like some lost buddies!”

Thanks to Noga for sharing these pictures of Kansas City wildlife.

Courtesy: Lucas Noga

Courtesy: Lucas Noga

Courtesy: Lucas Noga

Courtesy: Lucas Noga

Courtesy: Lucas Noga

Courtesy: Lucas Noga