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Breathtaking moment: The cat narrowly avoids being eaten by a coyote on its own front porch

Resident Tony Gray captured the moment a very brave cat fought a feral coyote in front of his beach house in Surfside Beach, Texas, before finally making his way to safety

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Cat narrowly escapes a savage coyote attack in Texas

This is the moment when a brave cat survives a run-in with a vicious coyote on the porch of a beach house.

Resident Tony Gray’s security camera recorded the brutal fight outside his home in Surfside Beach, Texas, USA.

The incredible nighttime footage shows the brave cat crouching and diving while taking on the far larger coyote.

The cat first jumps up and scratches its opponent’s face before retreating under a sun lounger.

The Moggie then holds its own while pounding the dog when it tries to crawl under the chair.

The coyote seems perplexed for a moment as it circles the cat, trying to find a way to reach it.






The brave cat faced off against the much larger coyote

Eventually, the predator manages to knock the seating out of the way, forcing the moggie to run for his life.

The animal desperately climbs the porch railing to escape.

However, the coyote leaps onto the lounger, sinking its fangs into the cat and pulling it back onto the deck.






The cat retreated under a sun lounger during the collision

But the brave cat refuses to accept her fate, turns around and slashes at the coyote with her claws.

The cat then takes one last leap to freedom, scales the railing and climbs onto a wooden post, putting it out of reach of the coyote.

The frustrated predator runs around in circles before finally giving up and the cat catching on the post.






The coyote struggled to reach the cat as it ducked under the seating

The cat will eventually jump down when the threat is over.

Mr Gray shared footage of the June 9 collision with his Facebook friends.

“Coyote up on my beach house back deck…” he wrote on Facebook.

Surfside Beach Police told KTRK-TV that there was a coyote problem in the community.






The cat’s first attempt to escape was thwarted when the predator jumped onto the chair and pulled it down again

It comes after horrifying footage showed the moment a woman dragged her cat across a street while clutching a box of fried chicken.

The pet keeper walked the reluctant grey-and-white cat in the rain outside the KFC in Melbourne, Australia.

Those filming the incident from their car across the street can be heard laughing hysterically as the woman drags the helpless animal with her in the hideous clip.






The Moggie finally made it to safety when he scaled the railing and climbed onto a post

Social media users have accused the woman of animal cruelty.

“The people in the car who are laughing are right up there where the b***h is dragging the cat,” said one user.

Another said: “How are you sitting there laughing about it?”

The RSPCA is now investigating the video after it received a large number of views.






The animal clung to the post until the coyote left the area

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The statement said: “It is to be expected that the treatment of the cat in the footage caused deep distress that could have been avoided in a number of ways.”

Although it’s unusual to walk a cat on a leash, the animal rights group said it’s legal and sometimes preferred because the animals can prey on native birds if allowed to exercise.

A study has found that pet cats kill around 230 million native Australian animals each year, and research published by the Guardian suggests that cats, feral and domestic, are responsible for dozens of extinctions and threaten another 120 species.

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