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post #1021 of 17083 Old 03-19-2008, 01:24 PM
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get two though! That way if you can't let them run around the can still play with each other.

Last year Napoleon got really sick and lost a lot of weight. When he was feeling better we let him play with snowflake again and she would do things, like try and reach up to grab things, and Napoleon would try to do it. Today he's always getting into things and weighs a heck of a lot more. When he was really sick he weighed around 1 pound, now he's at least 3 1/2 pounds. He's a big boy!

But they are so cute and smart. I really love those little guys
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post #1022 of 17083 Old 03-19-2008, 01:48 PM
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My husnand will not let me get a ferret (although he keeps bringing home dogs - we are up to four - the latest being a 5 month old Mastiff mix who will mature to 180#!!). But...my parents live right next to us, and got a cute 2 month old (now about 3 months) ferret for my six year old sister. She is so cute! My little sister named her Rosebud Clover...six year olds naming right :) :). I go play with her all the time...she is so sweet with so much personality!
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post #1023 of 17083 Old 03-19-2008, 02:04 PM
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I know they aren't ferrets, but I have 2 Syrian hamsters. (they live separately of course). Named Cookie & Blackberry! Both over a year old & soo cute.

Here is Cookie:



& here is Blackberry (when he was healthy):



Sadly, Blackberry is not doing so good right now though. He is sick with Wet Tail disease & has glaucoma in each eye. It happened so suddenly. I'm taking him to the vet tomorrow, but I'm not sure if he'll make it. :( But to keep Cookie away from him, I've moved his cage to another room. Please pray for Blackberry!

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post #1024 of 17083 Old 03-19-2008, 02:12 PM
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I'm sorry to hear about Blackberry!

Ferrets are too funny. Snowflake doesn't really like being a ferret. Let's see, she's been a polar bear, a mountain goat, a gecko, a werewolf, a dinosaur I believe and countless other animals.

She's very funny though. If you're not paying attention to her, she'll run up and nip you, usually the feet, and then she'll run away.
She always starts fights with Napoleon and then when he gets upset, she'll cry for me to get him off of her. She's such a little baby sometimes
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Poptart-I'm so sorry to hear about Blackberry! He is so darn pretty!

I feel in love with the ferret at the pet store. He was so cuddly and friendly. But I couldn't have two that is for sure...so I won't get one for now...:(
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post #1026 of 17083 Old 03-19-2008, 02:53 PM
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aww FGR I feel so bad now. I mean you can get one. A lot of people do. My fiance had Snowflake for over a year before he got Napoleon. I just think that animals are happier and live longer if there is another one of their kind to talk to and stuff.
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Oh don't feel bad! I agree with you for sure! My husband don't even think about asking for two of them!

Maybe one day when I have more time, I will just buy two and then he will deal with it later!
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post #1028 of 17083 Old 03-19-2008, 03:19 PM
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I have a feeling they will grow on him. I mean, if I clap my hands together and say "Napoleon", he'll come trotting over, and then I scratch his neck and say good boy and let him do whatever he wants.

I think i'll have to get a video of Snowflake doing her happy dance and of baby Napoleon just chillin.

(i always use horse gaits with other animals )
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post #1029 of 17083 Old 03-19-2008, 03:25 PM
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I would love to see Vids of them! I'm still thinking if I get one first and then get aother one in a year or so. I like that fact that you can house train them!

I also use horse gaits too...sometimes I even say that my son is trotting!
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post #1030 of 17083 Old 03-19-2008, 03:31 PM
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that's adorable FGR!

I think I have a video of the eating a little treat on this computer. I'll have to see
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