SK: Skunk breeder in Oregon
hepzibah666 at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 4 11:36:29 PST 2007
I did a quick look, but didn't save and URLs, but it
said that spotted skunks weren't protected in most
states, yet they're desert animals, which most states
When I was trying to get my first skunk, I also tried
for spotted, for the same rationale. I've also read
that spotted skunks aren't as social as striped
skunks. I'd be fascinated by a spotted skunk, but I'd
have to do the same as ferret proofing to keep them
out of any dangerous places.
I love my striped skunks, Moriarty and Gherkin. They
have such different personalities, and they play, and
they fight, and they climb into my bed using the ramp
I built. I wouldn't trade them for another skunk, but,
if opportunity and my budget allowed (considering vet
bills) I'd love to have a third, but two are still an
ideal number. I remember how happy I was to get my
first, Mycroft, who will never be forgotten, always
loved, and so are my current pair.
--- SkunkLady2 at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 1/4/2007 1:25:00 PM Eastern
> Standard Time,
> timleonyx at yahoo.com writes:
> > Not even in Central America!!!
> Well, naturally I meant in the United States.
> Skunks maillist - Skunks at rdwarf.com
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