Thread: he looks "cute"
09-16-2004, 02:29 PM #1
he looks "cute"
but he'll tear your whole house all to shiat.... **** farrets.....lol
09-16-2004, 02:31 PM #2ttuPrincess Guest
i love ferets!! except for the really stinky ones.. cause i wouldnt know if it was Coldstone or the feret
09-16-2004, 02:32 PM #3
see i dont think they look cute, just looks like a sock with hair
09-16-2004, 02:32 PM #4
dude they are cute and all, but they phucking stink i used to have one and you can't clean their cage ENOUGH it smells like shiznit
09-16-2004, 02:33 PM #5
he doesnt smell but he steals everything that isnt bolted down... i still cant find one of my sandles and every few days or so i have to go under the couch, bed, nightstands, dressers, etc.. to get mine and my fiances underwear and socks.... its worst than having a kid! lol
09-16-2004, 02:35 PM #6Anabolic Member
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I used to have two ferrets. They were sables just like yours--same coloring.
I loved how they get excited when you tickle them and then skitter sideways into walls or fall off beds. They were smart and clean.
Never had a problem with them tearing up the house. But they did cache things in their favorite corner behind my desk--I found 5 of my white-out bottles, several pieces of food from their cage--taken for those moments I waited a bit too long between feedings. It's true; they hide just about anything that they can move.
They were absolutely the BEST pets. Smarter than cats and far more friendly. I used to be a dog lover, but ferrets beat both dogs and cats any day.
Oh...and they fall asleep in the weirdest positions if you let them stay out of their cage too long. They just konk out.
09-16-2004, 03:55 PM #7
My ex had a ferret while we were living together...beyond the stink, he was a fantastic pet. Incredibly cute and fun to play with. But that little bastard had the best hiding places and could **** near get into any tight spot. Smart little f*cker. I always hated when i was trying to leave, but i couldn't find him.
And same sort of deal...he'd hide anything he could find.
Great pet though...i just hated cleaning out his cage and every so often he'd back himself into a corner and ****...if you've lived with a less-than-perfectly trained ferret...you know exactly what that looks and sounds like.
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