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Re: skunks

How totally neat, Jesse!  I think Pewy an appropriate name for a pet
skunk:-)  Was he affectionate like a cat?  Wonder as some wild
animals aren't as they mature...have a mental image of a skunk
playing with a cat toy...neat:-)

Expect he slept during the day as they are nocturnal, but how neat
you could cat box train him and all...did he come when called?

Where did you get him?

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Jesse Bell <jesserenebell@hotmail.com>
> I had a pet skunk when I was a kid.  The old country vet we had
> him for us (took out the sac that holds that wonderful smell of
theirs).  We 
> named him "Pewy" (kids come up with such original names...not).  He
was like 
> a cat.  Used the cat box, ate cat food, played with toys...and
slept a lot.  
> He was a great pet.

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