This chapter discusses the phenomena of urban coyotes across North America. It provides the challenges emerging in metropolitan centers as the coyote draws the urban into its matrix of livable habitat. Coyotes also inhabit major metropolitan centers across North America. The presence of coyotes in urban centers has been attributed to habitat destruction and the availability of food and water in urban environments. Coyotes also present a possible risk to the health of humans and domestic canines as they can serve as a vector for diseases that are also carried by domestic dogs. Urban coyotes present a compelling example of the challenges of anima urbis particularly as an entrenched geographical imaginary founded on maintaining material and symbolic boundaries between nature and culture breaks down. In foregrounding the links between eating and killing, gastro-ethics moves critical animal geography into potentially new ethico-political territory in which disrupting the primacy of the human is the central concern.