Locked Door Clearly Housing New Pet Skunk

Locked Door Clearly Housing New Pet Skunk

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NEW YORK - Oscar, a neighborhood bloodhound, detected the scent of the human’s newest addition to the pet-family, a skunk, emanating from a locked bedroom door with towels blocking the bottom, where the humans have been for hours, sources confirm.

“Obviously they got a new pet,” Oscar surmised. “I'm a little excited to meet my new roommate, though I usually chase skunks, not befriend them, so it'll definitely be an adjustment!”

Upon appearing from the room, Jason, Oscar’s owner, must have been sprayed by the new resident as he had the lingering scent of the skunk on his clothes and in his hair.

“Oscar must have smelled it, cause he followed me around pretty hard,” Jason groggily commented. “It's all good though, I put some eye drops in, sprayed some Axe, got this pint of Tonight Dough, and snuck back into my room.”

Oscar felt the need to investigate and immediately attempted burrowing under the door, but to no avail.

“If it's a new pet, I'm excited,” Oscar continued. “And if it's an intruder, he's safe… for now!”

Article by Louie Aronowitz - @louiearonowitz


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