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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-30-2010, 01:14 AM Thread Starter
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How to give an opossum a pedicure...

Please watch it all the way through.
She was a little frightening, in a Bob Ross meets Annie Wilkes/Misery sort of way.




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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-30-2010, 01:20 AM
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They are BOTH on drugs!

If this was a REAL opossum (or one of my cats), this little piggy would have taken her freaking head off!

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At first I wondered if the poss was "playing dead" .... but I think it is just a very mellow and laid back pet. The two possums I've seen (wild) were ballsy little things. They didn't care that you were RIGHT THERE watching them, they just went about their business w/out a care in the world other than to give me a hiss and impressive show of their teeth. Snaggle-y toothed things, they are. But I bet, like de-scented skunks, probably make great pets. Sort of like super-sized rats?

I loved the 'possum (Ozzie, voice of William Shatner) in the animation; "Over The Hedge" but I just can't seem to bring myself to thinking 'possums are intelligent. At least not as intelligent as domestic rats?



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Poor Possum! Haha, that lady is cracked! I like seeing opossums in the wild, I think I'm going to have a good night if I see one on my way to work. Tuesday night, we had a young skunk come right up to the big bay windows of the clinic. He just mooched around out there for about half an hour. So cute!

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