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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    Might get a skunk too. I did with tuna cans
    Yes I'm praying I don't get a skunk. I look closely before I get to the cage. Years ago I set the trap at Mom's house looked outside and seen a mother and several little skunks on the front porch. They were after the cat food. Needless to say when I seen them gone I unset the trap for a few days. Few days later caught the neighbors cat. It was on pissed cat. When I finally got it release it ran so fast I never seen it paws hit the ground

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    Mrs. Sparky recently acquired a baby coon to keep as a pet. He is a cute little critter, but I don't think he is going to stay long.
    Friends don't let friends shoot Glocks. :pirateflag: :confederate:

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    Friends don't let friends shoot Glocks. :pirateflag: :confederate:

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    Name it bandit yet?
    "The clever cat eats cheese and breathes down rat holes with baited breath." W. C. Fields

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    Name it bandit yet?
    LOL. His name is George, although I considered "Gambit".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparkyprep View Post
    LOL. His name is George, although I considered "Gambit".
    everyone should have some gambit in their lives or is that alcohol?
    It happened before, it can happen again.
    It happened there, it can happen here.
    It happened to that person, it can happen to you.
    No one is immune to the trials and tribulations of life.

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    An old friend had an eleven pound house raccoon. He would sit beside me and dig in my pockets. Grubby little hands, and get mad if you told him no.
    One night, I went to a coon bbq, they were on the grill, wrapped in foil, AND someone broke out a funnel. That's all I remember....
    You will never be forgotten. RIP Corporal Bradley Coy (USMC)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparkyprep View Post
    LOL. His name is George, although I considered "Gambit".
    WTF is up with yall and george? And if you get a skunk you have two options. Either shoot it from a distance and come back next day.... or just talk to it as you walk up slowly, no fast moves. And I mean slowly. I have got them and put them in the truck and released them and havent got sprayed yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparkyprep View Post
    LOL. His name is George, although I considered "Gambit".
    And he will hug him and squeeze him...
    I'm so far down the food chain, I've got plankton bites on my butt.

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    Coon problems huh? Our nation had those for 8 years, it still hurts.

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