As Bebe walked to the door she felt the cold wind moving. It is a clear day although very chilly as she decides if she is going to leave the safely of the shed to go look for hay. Suddenly, Bebe detects a movement in the distance. A lone coyote is running along the edge of the fence. The coyote coat is smooth and shiny unlike many of the ones seen lately with mangy dull coats displaying its ability to hunt and keep healthy.
Bebe snorts although she is too large for the coyotes to tackle she is concerned. She is a small grulla mule with the prominent shoulder stripe and a dorsal stripe Her legs sport zebra type stripes displaying the wild color she inherited from the donkey. Her stable mates are two small pygmy goats that could be possible breakfast if the coyote could found a way to get to them.
Bebe trots out to get a better look and begins pacing the fence while snorting. She stops to watch the coyote run across the road and head up the next hill. The farmland is not very steep and the wheat field is very short due to the lack of moisture allowing the coyote to easily run quickly. Bebe stares at the coyote to be sure it keeps going until it disappears over the crest of the hill. Convinced the coyote is gone Bebe heads to the hay to eat.