By blazon_paradox - 17/9/2014 03:18 - United States - Dearborn
Today, I tried to scare what I thought was a stray cat away from my friend's car in our work parking garage by hitting the panic button on his keys, which did, indeed, make the creature panic. That's when I learned it was not a cat. It was a skunk. FML
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In the area I live and work it's very possible that a stray cat will be less than healthy. And as I own two cats I also don't want to carry fleas or ticks home to them. Also, and mostly this I think, I don't want to be attacked by a rabid animal- Adorable kitten or otherwise.
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By  blazon_paradox  |  23

In the area I live and work it's very possible that a stray cat will be less than healthy. And as I own two cats I also don't want to carry fleas or ticks home to them. Also, and mostly this I think, I don't want to be attacked by a rabid animal- Adorable kitten or otherwise.

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  alaen23  |  23

Though you try and come up with cute idiotic puns, people here will eat it up and poop it out into negative stuff so quickly you will be terrified.

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  Godsofdracos  |  15

It works if you take a bath in it and let it soak in a bit, you have to give it time to remove the particles that cause the smell. Just rubbing it on it won't work.