Is it "traditional" that a pet SKUNK has to be named after some cologne or perfume?
I’ve had friends/acquaintances who have owned a Skunk named “Chanel” or “Coco” or “Coty”.
Just once, I’d love to meet one named, “Stinky,” but that probably won’t happen during my lifetime, although I actually DID get introduced to a pet Skunk whose name was “REEKY REECARDO,” because, as they explained, he reeked.
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