A trick I like to use that some people will shoot down, is to be sure the coyotes are well-fed so they won't eat a missing pet. Once a pet's approximate location can be determined, leaving bowls of cat/dog food up on block walls or electrical boxes in the block or so around the pet's suspected location should get coyote's attention and fill them up enough that they don't need to hunt. Of course, other wildlife and cats might get into it, so put the bowls out at night and remove them in the morning to reduce this opportunity. Some diatomaceous earth around the bowls should stop ants and slow down roaches. If one has to trap the missing pet, leaving food out can backfire, but I find most non-feral cats will ignore nearby kibble if tuna is left in the cat trap. There are many cat-finding websites online. They are all missing some good ideas so read at least a few and
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