Tanika Campbell shared footage of the strange scene on Facebook where it was met with hundreds of amazed reactions.
"You never expect a wild animal to come in the house," said Spartanburg resident Sandie Ferguson.
An effort to humanely trap the animal was launched over the weekend after a coyote or "similar wild animal" reportedly attacked multiple people in Greensboro.
Local police have issued notices after two people were attacked within days of each other last week.
The animal has been linked to at least three close encounters with Stoneham residents in the past week, with one man and one woman reportedly bitten.
The president claimed last night that "coyotes" were illegally bringing children into the country from Mexico. But was he referring to the animals? (Hint: He wasn't.)
East Bay Regional Park District Police said the incident occurred at Dublin Hills Regional Park in Alameda County. The girl is believed to be in a stable condition.
Park officials said a 43-year-old woman was treated her for puncture wounds and lacerated to her head and arm and the coyote was killed and is being tested for rabies.
Ian O'Reilly had been out on a walk with his wife and their three children on a trail near Judes Pond between the towns of Exeter and Kensington in New Hampshire when the coyote attacked.
Coyotes are common in Ohio during breeding season, which lasts until the end of March.
"We've had coyotes sort of in and around the yard, but nothing ever close to this," the owner of the dog, Grace Tully, said after her friend protected the small pet from the jaws of the coyote.
"I just made sure my gravity was kind of low and just kind of squeezed the heck out of it. I was basically strangling it," Arcangelo Liberatore said.
Coyotes in your city don't want to kill you, but they might try to eat your cat or small dog.