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From a forum I visit:
So this skunk with a plastic mayonnaise jar stuck on his head comes walking up to me in my backyard…
I don’t even know how he got in.He had obviously been going through somebody’s trash can,and I have no idea how long he had this thing stuck over his head.I am assuming that he had been struggling to get it off, and had managed to tear off the label. I could see his Face through the jar.He had this look on his face like, “I know, I know, FAIL!!!”
The problem was that he had stuck his head so far into the jar, that he had his shoulder in it as well. It was one of those small jars of mayo, like you get at the dollar store.
I wanted to help him, but was concerned about getting either clawed or sprayed. So I fashioned a noose with some rope to the end of a mop handle with some duct tape.The skunk just sat there, as I did this, steaming up the jar from the inside. I could tell the little guy was beginning to panic.
Once I had the noose around the jar, I was holding the jar steady and he was pulling backward. This actually took a good five minutes as the jar was really, really, stuck on his head. He just did not have the strength, and just gave up, and fell over onto his right side and just laid there.
I let him rest for a minute, and then finally decided that I would give it a real good yank. This finally tugged it off of his head.
When it happened, he really startled me. With the jar on his head, he kinda looked like an aardvark or something. I actually backed away once I realized what it was, but he kept coming and walked right up to me.
I thought once the jar was off his head, he would take of running….
But he just sat there looking at me.
He then casually walked over and took a drink from my dog’s water bowl.
He began walking away, but stopped and turned around and looked at me as if to say thanks. He crawled up and over the fence, and disappeared.
This happened a week ago, and now the skunk will walk right up to me when I am outside!
He now hangs out in my backyard, and has not sprayed my dog. My dog doesn’t seem to mind him, but this is a dog that gets a kick out of baiting birds to the ground with his
food, and then tries to play with them.
It happened around 11:30 at night when I was out stargazing. It was truly amazing, I mean, he literally walked right up to me and sat.
I have no intention of trying to pet this skunk, but the animal has no fear of now. Animals are amazing.
Someone asked about the smell. It actually varies. I think it was the second time I saw him after the mayo incident, it was almost enough to make your eyes water.
But the last time I saw him/her, there was almost no odor at all. It was almost unnoticeable the next.
Yes, I do talk to him/her, and we have ended up calling ’em Skunky. Yeah, I know, not the most original name, but I really did not think he’d keep coming around. Never seen a skunk upclose before, but his fur looks very soft.
Do you ever feed it?…No. But, the other night I walked out, and he had the lid off of the garbage can that I store the dog food in.
He just sat there on the side of the can, looking at me, eating a piece of dog food.
No joke, he put the lid back on, climbed up onto the fence, jumped onto my neighbor’s patio roof, and sat there looking at me for a moment before walking to where I could no longer see him.
Someone here said skunks are smart, and when I saw him put the lid back on, I was thinkin’ Damn. That skunk is really smart.
It is something I will never forget, and a story I will probably tell a million times!
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Beluga Whale Saves Diver’s Life
When diver Yang Yun tried to return from the bottom of an arctic pool, she found that her legs had cramped up and she couldn’t move.
“I began to choke and sank even lower and I thought that was it for me – I was dead. Until I felt this incredible force under me driving me to the surface.”
A Beluga whale named Mila had seen what was happening and sprang into action, taking Yun safely back to the top of the pool.
Horse Saved by Telepathic Message to Owner
This was told to me by a very nice lady I met at a seminar:
She had a horse, kept in a paddock a few miles from her home.
Suddenly she got a thought, very clear, in a southern accent “Momma, I’ve been bit!”.
She knew it was the horse. Drove to him.
Normally he came up to her. But this time he was standing still in the middle of the paddock.
it turned out that the horse had been bitten by a snake. The telepathic message and her arriving, and the horse standing still so the blood did not circulat through his body, saved his life.
Horse Helps Other Horses Escape
No one at the Misty Meadows Farm could figure out how all the horses were getting out of their stalls. It was a complete mystery and even the neighborhood teenagers were getting questioned as pranksters. That’s when the farm owners finally set up cameras to see what was actually going on. What they saw shocked them all… but not in the way you’d expect.
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