Rena Rae Robinson, AKA Rosie, was given up for adoption at the time of her birth. Her mother had a litter of 6 babies at one time, and she couldn’t afford another mouth to feed. She decided to send the smallest baby that would need the most attention. Although she visits Rosie once a year on her birthday, Rosie didn’t want to see her. She felt like nobody ever cared for her and that spiraled into a very negative attitude. She would constantly fight with all the other skunks at the orphanage, but that was all before Sweetie started mentoring her. After a few months, Rosie started to change her negative attitude.The defining moment that changed Rosie’s attitude came when she was being stalked by an owl. If you did not know, owls are one of skunks’ worst enemies. Earlier that day, she was foraging through the forest and got lost. She was really scared and didn’t know what to do. Then she looked up and saw a huge owl hovering ten feet above her. Panic started to set in, and it seemed as though this owl was trying to cut her off every time she started in a different direction. She was nearly out of breath and about to give up when she saw the orphanage. The owl gave her a big wink and flew off. That was when she realized that the owl had probably saved her life! He must have known that Rosie was lost and was guiding her back to the orphanage.When she made it back to the orphanage, her cheeks were so red they glowed brightly. As soon as Sweetie saw her, the nickname Rosie was born because of her rosy cheeks. Sweetie also went on to tell her that the owl was Chubbs, a good friend of hers. She said they worked out a deal a long time ago for the owl to watch out for little skunks getting lost in the forest and guide them back home. Rosie now works on her beliefs and tries to always remain open. She often helps other kids from the orphanage with their negative outlook on things. She teaches the exercise “Hey, SMELL This!” to all the other skunks at the orphanage who want to change their STINKIN’ THINKIN’.