Martha Stewart Mourns the Tragic Deaths of Her Pet Peacocks

Martha Stewart is mourning the loss of her pet peacocks.

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

Martha Stewart Mourns the Tragic Deaths of Her Pet Peacocks

“The coyotes came in broad daylight and devoured him and five others including the magnificent White Boy,” she wrote on Instagram on July 23, along with a video of the peacock displaying his dazzling feathers.

“Any solutions for getting rid of six large and aggressive coyotes who have expensive tastes when it comes to poultry?”

Martha, who took many precautions, shared that she is no longer allowing her peafowl out of their yard and would be enclosing the top of their large yard with wire fencing.

Martha, a die-hard animal lover, has had a slew of pets over the years.

The Martha Knows Best host has had several dogs including Chow Chows named Genghis Kahn, Chin Chin, Paw Paw, Max, Empress Qin, Emperor Han, and Zu Zu, and French bulldogs FrancescaSharkeyBete Noire, and Creme Brûléeaccording to her website.

She’s also had many cats over the years, from her first cat, Chiggi—who was adopted from a shelter—to Himalayans Vivaldi and Verdi. She also has cats named Uncle VanyaWeenyTeeny, and New Kitty.

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In addition to her peacocks, Martha has also raised canaries, chinchillas, chickens, cows, geese, miniature donkeys, pigeons and horses.

“Raising animals is serious business, and I try very hard to be a good owner to each and everyone,” she shared in a 2020 article on her website.

“Some respond in friendly ways, some are more aloof, and others don’t make a show of knowing me at all. But I think they all understand that I care about their needs and recognize their problems.”

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She added, “Each of my pets takes a great deal of attention, and some require more training than others. But the rewards far outweigh the effort.”

In April, Martha publicly mourned the death of her cat, Princess Peony, who was killed by her own dogs.

“Burying the beautiful and unusual Princess Peony,” Stewart wrote on Instagram, alongside a photo of the cat’s burial. “The four dogs mistook her for an interloper and killed her defenseless little self. I will miss her very badly.”

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