SK: Skunks Digest, Vol 92, Issue 2

Stan Kemble kemble at live.com
Wed May 7 16:18:33 PDT 2014


One more question then... How many have had their skunk de-scented?

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>    1. Stinker breaks out (Stan Kemble)
>    2. Re: Stinker breaks out (Cindy)
>    3. Re: Stinker breaks out (SkunkLady2 at aol.com)
>    4. Fw: [2] (jennirosales at aol.com)
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> Date: Tue, 6 May 2014 14:36:15 -0700
> From: Stan Kemble <kemble at live.com>
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> Subject: SK: Stinker breaks out
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> Stinker sleeps in bed with Debi and me, with the dogs in the bedroom with the bedroom door shut. The dog door into the rest of the house is open at night so the cats can go in and out. Not a simple thing. The other night Debi went to the bathroom in the middle of the night, and didn't notice that Stinker slipped out of the bedroom. She came back to bed and went back to sleep. About 4:30am, there was a nonstop scratching at the bedroom door. I thought it was Stinky trying to get out. I got up to stop her, and the scratching was on the outside of the door. I opened it, and in comes a wet and muddy Stinkbug. She had gone out of the dog door, dug under the fence, and made her escape. I guess like when prisoners are turned loose, they want to go back in, she drug her wet muddy self back in and burrowed under the covers and made a mess of the sheets. She's escaped 7 or 8 times, and I always have gotten her back. So, two questions. How many skunk owners sleep with their little stink bombs? And second, how many have lost and regained their skunks?  		 	   		  
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> Date: Tue, 06 May 2014 19:22:37 -0400
> From: Cindy <petcrads at aol.com>
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> Subject: Re: SK: Stinker breaks out
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> Our two sleep with us every night and we lost Basil once for five days. We searched for him every day but couldn't find him. Finally he just came home by himself. :)
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> Cindy
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> Stan Kemble <kemble at live.com> wrote:
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> Stinker sleeps in bed with Debi and me, with the dogs in the bedroom with the bedroom door shut. The dog door into the rest of the house is open at night so the cats can go in and out. Not a simple thing. The other night Debi went to the bathroom in the middle of the night, and didn't notice that Stinker slipped out of the bedroom. She came back to bed and went back to sleep. About 4:30am, there was a nonstop scratching at the bedroom door. I thought it was Stinky trying to get out. I got up to stop her, and the scratching was on the outside of the door. I opened it, and in comes a wet and muddy Stinkbug. She had gone out of the dog door, dug under the fence, and made her escape. I guess like when prisoners are turned loose, they want to go back in, she drug her wet muddy self back in and burrowed under the covers and made a mess of the sheets. She's escaped 7 or 8 times, and I always have gotten her back. So, two questions. How many skunk owners sleep with their little stink
>   bombs? And second, how many have lost and regained their skunks?  		 	   		  
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> Date: Tue, 6 May 2014 20:58:18 -0400 (EDT)
> From: SkunkLady2 at aol.com
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> VERY VERY FEW!!!!  It's rare for a skunk to be found, much less come  home. 
>  They have an entirely new "field of scents" to explore and they  simply 
> follow their noses to wherever!!!  They become immediate prey to  owls, dog 
> packs and cars!!
>  
> You are extremely lucky!!!
>  
> BTW....I'm very glad to see some activity on this skunk list!!  I  thought 
> it had died!!!!
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> Shelor Brumbeloe
> _www.skunksaspets.com_ (http://www.skunksaspets.com)  
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> In a message dated 5/6/2014 5:36:56 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
> kemble at live.com writes:
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> how many  have lost and regained their  skunks? 
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> Date: Wed, 7 May 2014 03:53:51 -0400 (EDT)
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> Subject: SK: Fw: [2]
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> Hi there!  
> http://bbs-budownictwo.pl/re_myjob53.php?ewezjmjs=9068735&dikuhe=987226
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