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Discussion in 'Ferrets' started by MADgical-Animals-UK, Nov 3, 2007.


  1. My first ferret came along in 1957.

    All of my animals are kept as pets, although I do breed a litter every now and then when people want a new kit, most people have to wait three years before they get one of my more specialist animals.

    My main love are dogs, ferret, ferret hybrids and rabbits
     
  2. carol

    carol PetForums VIP

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    hi
    we have a few ferrets hobbs and jill
    im the same we breed every now and then and there pets although have worked a couple of them and they enjoy it
    and get dinner :)

    we have few dogs as well
     
  3. mell-e-c

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    Welcome to the site,

    i had a ferret when i was 12 she was called Gill!!! she dies in pregnancy though as she was so big she couldnt move and wouldnt eat anything despite our best efforts :(

    post some piccys of ur ferrets though, would love to see them
     
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    Aww poor thingy :(

    I have a Jill called Jill.
    She had a litter this year, thankfully everything went well.
     
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    mell-e-c PetForums Member

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    Aw, that sounds lovely, little mini jills running round, i bet they are sooo cute!!!

    Mine was pure white, what colours your jill?
     
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    The mother (Jilly) is albino and we put her with a polecat marked hobb and got no other albinos, which we were shocked about, we had mainly sandy coloured and a couple of polecats
     
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    Albino! thats the word i was looking for but couldnt think of it! pure white with red eyes, she was beautiful!
     
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    Ah yeah.
    I love my Jill, she's mad, bites my dad which is always good :D
     
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    i see a programme on telly were im sure it was a ferrit bit a bloke, do they hang on, and you cant get them off,lol
     
  10. Debbie

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    Hello and welcome to the forum
     
  11. he-he-he-:D:D:D
     
  12. Vixie

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    my mother has two albino ferret jills my son would like a polecat type which I had when I was younger . I think I should wait untill he is a bit older though
     
  13. Albino? Thay must be stunning!
     
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    Yes, they are and full of character, they kept jumping into the dogs water bowl and play in there splashing about whenever they got the chance its so funny. My mother now gives them their own bowl to play in the dogs prefere it that way he! he!
     
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    sounds like they have fun,:):):):)
     
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