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Re: interesting visitor

I have about six skunks who regularly eat my cat food on the front porch, 
along with assorted raccoons and possums.  They are all so accustomed to people 
that when my grandchildren visit they are able to open my front door and watch 
the zoo through the storm door.  Keeps them well entertained.  There is one 
little skunk who eats the cat food in the back yard.  We call him "Skippy." If 
he sees me coming he "hides" behind an azalea until I've gone. 
zone 7
West TN

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