My elementary had a ferret as the school pet. He lived in a large terrarium (which I realize now was not the nicest accomodation for him) and his name was Snooky. I loved holding Snooky because he was so soft. What I didn’t like was the scent left on my hands afterwards. Ferrets smell like skunks, and that’s even if you get them de-skunked. Snooky was de-skunked but he was still just as smelly as one. Ferrets need a lot of room to run around. I think they like tubes to run through. My friend Jasmin’s mom was obsessed with them. She belonged to a Save the Ferrets organization and she rescued sick and abused ferrets and nursed them back to health. At one point I think they had 6 ferrets living in their basement. They had their own playroom. I never held any of them because they were not very content with being held, seeing as they had various ailments. Anyway, long entry, but I enjoyed reminiscing. I recommend holding a ferret, to satisfy your curiosity, but I can’t say that I recommend inviting one to live with you. That’s an entirely different experience altogether.
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Such conflicting reports...
on the niceness and the softness of the ferret-kind. Unanimous reportage of a bad smell. That’s a deal breaker I think, but I can’t wait to hold one anyway. Hey, want to go to a pet store and find one with me? You could tell me more ferret stories on the way.
The pet store just east of I-5 on 45th usually has them.