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meet the workers

Discussion in 'Ferreting' started by kev1065, Sep 11, 2012.

  1. kev1065

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    here are my girls Thelma and Louise only had them just over a week they are delightful pets just hoping they ok for hunting bunnies find out next week lol
     
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    Lovely ferrets.. Used to breed them myself years ago... Bit smelly but wonderful little creatures.
     
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    i find i have to shovel the crap out every day not a big deal though one little kiddies spade and jobs done in 2 mins
     
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    They look real sweet :)
     
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    nice pair of good looking fuzzies there mate, get some pics up when there action :) all the best steve
     
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    they look like proper little characters, like em mate
     
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    I will try get some pics when I take them out might go this weekend let u know
     
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    use a cat litter tray..they take to it straight away mate..works wonders with the smell..great little creatures
     
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    i tried that admittedly i didn't have cat litter in it i put wood shavings in it they just played with it but i will try again with litter see if that makes a difference,something else with my ferrets when i put them in the run they hate it they go quite bananas running climbing all over the place for bout 10 mins they soon settle i was just wondering is this normal oh also when i come to take them out of the run to go back into there cage they try to bite me lol



     
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    Tried the cat litter they didn't use it at all except to scape it out the tray
     
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    Oh . how i miss having ferrets, used to love working them. I've still got the carry box and nets just in case.
     
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    Pretty girls
     

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