Saturday, July 18, 2009

Pepe Le Pew Update

I know many of you are wondering what happened to Lucy's little skunk friend. He's gone. Of his own free will.

He spent one day shut in the dog kennel so Lucy wouldn't be able to stage a Second Act. That night after the dogs were in the house, we went out and opened the door. The next day Paul was getting ready to dig the Havahart trap out of the shed, but thought he better see if Pepe Le Pew was still there first. He put on the oldest clothes he could find, a pair of gloves and rubber boots that went to his knees and went out to check. He lifted up the pallet and there he was.....Gone!

Been no sighting or smelling since!


Image from Google Images

10 comments:

Badass Geek said...

Good!

And good riddance.

Chris said...

Stopping by from SITS to say hi.
Too bad I didn't post about how to get rid of skunk odor on your dog a couple days sooner huh? Hope your pup has recovered from her run in with the "black and white kitty" by now.

Sandy said...

Chris, I knew the formula that you referred to and used it. We had to use it when our golden got up-close-and-personal with a skunk. And Lucy's more than recovered....doesn't bother her one little bit. Thanks for the visit.

Reviewer11 said...

A skunk? Yikes! Good thing it's gone.

from SITS. :)

kaye said...

glad your B&W friend moved on :)

Just Breathe said...

That is great news!

Oz Girl said...

Yay! That makes it easier on you guys. I'm always happy when any critters decide to vamoose on their own!

Tammy Howard said...

Fingers crossed he stays gone!

Becky said...

Glad to know a place to go if I ever need to get rid of that smell! Cause man that is one bad smell to be trying to get rid of:)

Thanks for stopping by yesterday on my special FB SITS day!

The Last Post said...

I hope he stays away, not the best little visitor to have. I thought it was bad enough when I had a fox who left me little "messages" in the garden.

 

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