The Not-so-Sweet Smell of FAIL

All I wanted to do with that skunk was have a frank exchange of viewpoints. But no, Mr. Skunk wanted to exchange something else instead. Why can’t folks just agree to disagree?

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Via Mike Mozart.

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Comments

  1. Rhonda B says:

    Awwww such a sweet faced pooch 🙂 Beautiful, innocent brown eyes!

  2. The thing is skunks can resemble cats…..Le-meow!

  3. OMGosh, he met Pepe Le Pew!! (Thanks @rocky for memory reboot!)

  4. Aww…that stinks. Heh heh. See what I did there?

  5. I read about a horse that liked to torment the longhaired black and white barn cat. One day he saw the tail around the corner and grabbed it in his teeth. It wasn’t the cat. Apparently it takes a LOT of tomato juice to de-scent a horse two days before a show.

  6. Its too bad Mr. Skunk didn’t want a good friend, don’t worry make more and different friends. Love it

  7. Glenna M. says:

    I had that same issue last fall when my 6 month old puppy wanted to play with the black and white striped “kitty” out in the yard at 2 a.m. Thank goodness for stores that are open 24 hours! I tried various cleaners including the one pictured, but the most effective deskunking potion was a hydrogen peroxide/baking soda/dish soap mixture. Most effective, and the cheapest.

  8. I live on a couple acres at the edge of town where wildlife encounters are frequent. So far my two border collies have never run afoul of skunks but a neighbor’s beagle is 0 for 5 and will probably rack up another one this Spring. Tomato juice takes about half the odor away but the peroxide mix is very good.

  9. Poor horse, and poor puppeh in photo!

  10. Mr. Skunk would want all the friends he could get but some things can look like entrapment…friends sprinkled with …..un..friend.