Coyote in Dreams

Going back in time, coyotes are always associated with being tricksters, rogue and thieves. It does everything possible to extend it survival, and always scrapping bits and pieces together. However, this means doomed for disappointment or serious disaster ahead for major projects.

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  1. I was in my small inclosed porch. (In real life the screen door is broken, and does not close all the way, there is actually a close hanger for a knob, we also keep our trash bag or two out there before trash day.) I saw a mother coyote with three pups. They wanted to get in to get the trash bag. They were very relaxed and calm, the pups were playful. I barked, growled, and slammed the door over and over again to scare them away, but they were not scared. They seemed to have disappeared. I remembered my dog was outside. I found her laying on one of the steps on my deck out in the back yard. I thought she was dead, but she was just sleeping. We went inside.