Image Credit: Facebook / Kayla Eby

Before we go any further – coyotes do NOT make good pets. But they may be good as imaginary pets.

Say you are good with photoshop and have a husband that may believe you would let a coyote into your home and sit on your couch next to your young child.

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Image Credit: Facebook / Kayla Eby

Then, maybe a coyote would be a good pet. Kayla Eby is from Seaside, Oregon.

She shared this photo on Facebook and shared it with her husband. Kayla is a whiz with photoshop, as you can see.

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Image Credit: Facebook / Kayla Eby

The caption said that she had found this cute little dog outside without any tags. She asked her husband what she should do.

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Image Credit: Facebook / Kayla Eby

Her husband sort of lost his cool! He tries to tell his wife that the animal she has found is NOT a dog.

Kayla plays her part well and ignores him.

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Image Credit: Facebook / Kayla Eby

She claims she is just trying to help a poor homeless animal.

Kayla has a reputation for bringing home animals, and her husband can’t believe she doesn’t know the animal is a coyote.

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Image Credit: Facebook / Kayla Eby

Kayla then tells her husband that she and her son have named the ‘dog’ Spot and have been trying to pet him.

She tells her husband that the dog is pacing.

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Image Credit: Facebook / Kayla Eby

Her husband is ready to lose his mind! He tries to tell her that the coyote sounds upset and he doesn’t want either of them to get hurt.

Then, finally, Kayla ends it.

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Image Credit: Facebook / Kayla Eby

She tells her husband she knew all along it was a coyote and it was just done using photoshop!

Share away, people!