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|20th Jun 2017, 1:16 AM||#2|
|20th Jun 2017, 1:46 AM||#3|
|Duine||OMG! What is that behind the cute polecat? The dog appears to be wondering the same thing. We have skunks in the U.S., stinky little buggers too. All the years I've lived in Florida, I've never seen one, not sure if there are any here. ("|
|20th Jun 2017, 5:25 AM||#4|
That's interesting. Although I don't think it's classified as a cat per se, but more like a creature from the ferret species.
But hey. It's sims 2. I like the idea of a polecat being an actual cat Very cute.
|20th Jun 2017, 7:42 PM||#5|
@Duine - I really have no idea. It was on my pet testing lot.
@pianogrinder: Yes, it's a mustelid. The domestic ferret is actually domesticated from the European polecat, although this is the marbled polecat. The decision to make it a cat breed wasn't entirely based on its name, though!
|20th Jun 2017, 7:43 PM||#6|
||This fella looks like fun. Thanks for sharing.|
|20th Jun 2017, 8:47 PM||#7|
|Duine||Well the odd looking one is quite funny. I also thought the polecat image looks more like a ferret, but I've noticed different countries don't all use the same names for some animals.|
|20th Jun 2017, 11:31 PM||#8|
|playwithnina||thank you so much! I'm a ferret Mama so I will be using this for sure! Mustelids are my FAVORITE furry creatures! :D|
|20th Sep 2017, 12:41 PM||#9|
|Ignissimo||Weee! So cute!!!|