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applestar
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As long as you don't have a white Persian. Pepe was not always able to distinguish male from female as I recall. :lol:

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shadylane
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I like the used cat liter idea for ridding a skunk. Must keep that in mind if that problem ever comes along for me.

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Interesting. For some reason, skunks are not a creature that has decided to live with us here in the city (OK with me! :) ). Opossums, raccoons, woodchucks, squirrels, and many rodents have adapted quite well to city life, but not skunks.
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