Lookie what I caught last night

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    Lookie what I caught last night

    Fun lol
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    Careful that kitty is armed and may shoot back.
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    Have to be careful of rabies also!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    Have to be careful of rabies also!
    haha everything that gets caught in that trap has the potential to carry rabies and kill chickens :P
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    Good luck when you try to empty that thing...
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    You are going to let your dog have it as a new play companion. Right?

    Man, I'd be very, very careful with that thing. Skunks are not fun to encounter anywhere, especially when trapped.
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    Grilled or fried?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WHEC724 View Post
    Grilled or fried?
    Skunk Skillet Stew
    (A sensory entree, not recommended for the weak-stomached)

    Two adult skunks, skinned, deboned and shredded; save scent sacs and set aside; one-fourth cup oil; one-fourth cup butter; two cups finely chopped celery; one-fourth cup finely chopped parsley; two cloves garlic, finely minced; one bay leaf; two carrots, chopped; two tablespoons flour; one cup beef broth; one cup dry red wine; three tablespoons cognac; one pound ripe, red tomatoes, peeled, seeded and chopped; salt and freshly ground pepper to taste; juice of half-lemon; one-fourth teaspoon nutmeg; one cup Madeira wine.

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In large skillet, brown skunk well in oil and butter; add carrots and stir until lightly browned. Sprinkle with flour. Add broth as needed when mixture starts to brown. Stir to dissolve brown particles. Add remaining broth, red wine, cognac, tomatoes, salt and pepper. Place in oven, cover and bake three hours. Strain gravy, pressing as much of cooked vegetable mixture as possible through sieve. Bring strained mixture to boil. Add lemon juice, nutmeg, Madeira. Carefully puncture scent sacs and add fluids to mixture. Simmer five minutes. Pour sauce over skunk.

    Serves eight.
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    Good luck. May I recommend you just "accidentally" drop the cage into a bucket of water. Should do the trick
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    Leave the scent sacs for troubling neighbors
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    Kind of puts me in the mind of a couple of politicians I have seen on TV lately!

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    any enemies, just leave them a present......
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    Um...wow. I'd take a caged badger, lion {insert ferocious animal here} over that any day! I'm guessing you might need a tarp or something. Perhaps carefully place the tarp over the cage after he's settled down a bit then try to move it....?
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    I don't think I would mess with that kitty.

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