Title says it all really. We got hammered with snow yesterday and the heated buckets just couldn't keep up with how cold it was. I was down making sure the horses could still get a drink, and found this little girl. Someone dumped her at the end of our drive and she made her way up to the barn. Their loss, she's adorable and a little cuddle bug.
I have 3 PHD's in Skunkology, and that sir, is certainly no skunk. I'd guess it's a platypus, but that's outside of my doctrine.
They really do have 9 lives, and Skunk probably traded one in trying to stay warm or hidden from predators around the ranch. They come out of nowhere and acquire human owners too. What a great-looking cat and name. Have a great life together
Wow soooooooooo cute. Love it
We found our sweet Skunk as a practically newborn kitten left in the barn on a hay bale. We genuinely thought it might be a skunk. Six months later, he looked very much like your fellow. He was so affectionate! He loved to go for walks with us, turning around and heading for home at the same place every time, just about a mile up the road.
Black and white cats are really playful, so enjoy!
I definitely want to own a farm. Random adorable animals to rescue all the time! People suck.
Kicking the ice out of the horse buckets sounds like some weird yet awesome kind of metaphor... even though it isn't.
That's exactly how I met my furbaby, except it was summer. I heard meows and called out, and now Baron von Twinkleheim III had lived with us for 7 years.
Thank you for rescuing Skunk. I know she'll be a great friend!
Beautiful!! Love the wrapped around tail :))
Thanks for giving her/him a home!
She's perfect and you are an amazing human!
I hope you searched to make sure there weren't any more or any kittens. People are stupid. I hope whoever dumped her is dead in a ditch somewhere.