Gracie: I hope you know that it's not safe to have those collars on them dear. They can get caught on things and die. I know a lot of people think they are cute, or that the bell will help you keep track of them. But it's more important to just have a ferret proofed house and train them to come when called, or to a particular sound. Many ferrets have died because the owners leave collars or harness's on them.
Stormy: I currently have 1 ferret right now, though I've cared for 4 others in the past, and my fiance used to have 3 of his own.
Keiji is about 5 - 5 1/2 years old right now, he's a black mitted sable.
He was a terrible aggressive biter when I got him at about 2 - 2 1/2 years old, took many months to train him to stop that.
He's a cute little darling now, who of course is wonderful at causing trouble
Here he is screaming over being tickled:
Praying to the snow godess:
He's a snaggle Tooth!:
Destroying our nice Easter:
Such killer instincts:
And of course, the ever famous, ferret hockey!
Hee, hee sorry getting carried away, I have a million and one pictures. I love my furret, can't you tell