The C.A.S.H. Courier Newsletter

Summer 2013 Issue
Prejudice and Abuse

In another instance of the prejudice and abuse that coyotes are subjected to: Amber was brought to Indiana Coyote Rescue Center (ICRC) too socialized for possible release as a  confiscated pet in 2001. She was friendly and outgoing to staff and visitors.

coyote pack dogs Amber

It was a shock when she suffered a gunshot wound to the head by a trespasser in the winter of 2005 while inside her enclosure. Rushed in for emergency veterinary care in the middle of the night, Amber surprisingly pulled through, forfeiting her left eye, but showing the world the true resilience of a coyote.

While she exhibits fear of flashlights and sudden noises, she has otherwise made a complete recovery and enjoys "meeting" new people.

Please visit the new website of The Indiana Coyote Rescue Center (ICR) and support their great work. Founded by Ceann Lambert, who was greatly influenced by Hope Ryden's
book God's Dog, the Center offered refuge to coyotes. With Ceann's untimely death, the
center went through several changes and it is presently in the hands of Jami Hammer. You
can see the latest about them at their website: www.coyoterescue.org

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