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post #21 of 35 (permalink) Old 11-21-2012, 01:06 PM
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I can't access youtube at work ... SIGH ... I will listen to it tonight ... but I know from my experience they can certainly make noises ...

to see sizes ... go to www.ferretrescue.ca I co-founded this charity many many years ago ... Am no longer with them, but you'll see some great pics!

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LOL, my terriers were going insane hearing that, the female leaped up onto my keyboard!!! Is it possible to relocate them, or do they return? I am not familiar with them in their wild state.

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Am I the only one who thinks he is cute? Reminds me of the ferret I used to have.
Nope. I think he's cute too!


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do ferrets act and sound like this when angry?

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Mine never get that kind of angry . They do make quite a bit of noise when they play and they can get pretty rough with each other. Their skin is very tough and the vet says shots are a little more difficult than dogs and cats.
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I'm in the "think he's cute camp". And...I would definitely set him free.
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LOL, my terriers were going insane hearing that, the female leaped up onto my keyboard!!! Is it possible to relocate them, or do they return? I am not familiar with them in their wild state.
they're TERRIERS after all!!

i'm not surprised though - even my mellow,sweet Odi went totally mad.
seems that dogs have something against polecats.

look,what happened,when i let Odi near cage.
it didn't look like love at first sight,so i placed cage where Odi cannot access.


they're treated like vermin here,besides they may carry rabies.
he may chose fight over flight when i open cage,so he may bite me.
i don't want take any chances with rabies.

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hummmm....

Not sure how I feel about it. Is it really necessary to kill it or will it come back if you put it out somewhere else? Isn't there like Forest Rangers where you could drop it off?
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i called about this local hunters club.
wildlife is their responsibility.
they said "kill it".

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I guess mine never got that angry, I've never heard them make that particular noise. Ferrets do make a funny little sound when they are happy or playing, it's hard to describe, it's kind of like "nuk nuk nuk nuk" rather soft and quiet. I doubt you're going to hear it from this guy.
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i called about this local hunters club.
wildlife is their responsibility.
they said "kill it".
If they said kill it then do so. As sad as it makes some people these animals are pests where you are and not endangered at all.


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