Snowy, the adorable sleepy albino skunk is basically just like a human teenager — he loves snacks and hanging with his buds, and he really hates being woken up in the mornings.

He’s just like having a real life teddy bear in the house!

Snowy was hand reared by family from birth as his mum rejected him, he’s become the most friendly, cuddly animal you could ever imagine.

He sleeps with the kids, is incredibly clean and litter trained. He does what he wants when he wants, he has the run of the house!

Albino skunk cannot be released cannot be released back to the wild.

Skunks are small, furry animals with black and white stripes. Some skunks are striped, and some are spotted or have swirl patterns on their fur. No matter the pattern, the black-and-white coloring is a warning sign to anyone who may harm this small creature. They pack a wallop of a defense mechanism — noxious odors produced from their well-developed scent glands.

Skunks are typically around the size of house cats. They grow to 8 to 19 inches (20 to 48 centimeters) long and weigh around 7 ounces to 14 lbs. (198 grams to 6 kilograms). Their tail adds another 5 to 15 inches (13 to 38 cm) to their length.

These small stinkers are found in the United States, Canada, South America and Mexico. Stink badgers, which were recently considered part of the skunk family, are found in Indonesia and the Philippines.


Responses to "The Adorable Orphaned Albino Skunk Doesn't Want to Wake Up"

  1. Gaetano says:

    Wonder if this fella ever used it's defense mechanism in the home.

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