Martha Stewart mourns the death of her peacocks after coyote attack

Martha Stewart is devastated by the loss of her beloved peacocks.

The lifestyle guru, 80, took to social media to share that his “beautiful BlueBoy” and other pet birds were brutally killed by coyotes.

“The coyotes arrived in broad daylight and devoured him and five others including the beautiful White Boy,” she wrote on Instagram on July 23, alongside a video of the peacock displaying its dazzling feathers. “Solutions to get rid of six big aggressive coyotes that have expensive tastes in poultry?”

Taking precautions, Martha shared that she no longer allows her peacock out of their yard and will enclose the top of their large yard with a wire fence.

A true animal lover, Martha has had a menagerie of pets over the years. The Martha knows best the host has had several dogs including Chow Chows named Genghis Kahn, Chin Chin, paw paw, Max, Empress Qin, Emperor Han and ZuZu and french bulldogs francesca, Sharkey, Black beast and Creme brulee, according to its website. She has also had many cats over the years, from her first cat, chigi— who was adopted from a shelter — to the Himalayans Vivaldi and Verdi. She also has cats named Uncle Vanya, Weeny, Tiny and new kitty.


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