Mission Hills Karen Devastated After Pupper Hurt By 'Cruel' Coyote Traps

The most important part of this story is that the angry lady spent 20K on her mangled pooch. 

Sadly . . . Most medical Go-Fund-Me campaigns don't earn that much.

Here's the story . . .

In a statement, the city defended the program. The city has told us it has received numerous reports over the past year and a half of pets killed or injured by coyotes. It said that the city began trapping to remove “aggressive coyotes for our urban community” and that public safety was the primary concern.

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Plan to trap coyotes in Mission Hills called 'cruel, unnecessary, and incredibly stupid'

MISSION HILLS, Kan. (KCTV) - A local couple estimates they have $20,000 in vet bills after their dogs were caught in steel traps set at a public park in Mission Hills. Elisabeth Kirsh was walking her dogs, Oreo and Fred, through Peetwood Park earlier this week.