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#48 - They are ok by themselves as long as they are given tons of at… 05/29/2013 on Awww yissss 0
#46 - it's np, but ya, i can't really get into it on tv, so i haven'… 05/29/2013 on Awww yissss 0
#44 - my bad, domesticated ferrets in the us have the scent glands r…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/29/2013 on Awww yissss 0
#49 - jazzyietheferret (05/29/2013) [-]
I believe he is referring to the non-removable ones. Even in the US they are unable to remove these. Once a week is all the shortest amount of time you should bathe them as well, as doing it more often will cause the skin to become dry and they will release more oils to make up for it. I'd recommend a waterless shampoo if yours tend to be stinkier, because with every person/animal each and ever one is different, and this includes the scent as well.

Personally I got lucky and my 3 ferrets oddly smell like a weak lipton iced tea mix, I noticed this as soon I got them and it hasn't changed thankfully.
#41 - they are like dogs, if you don't bathe them then they smell. I…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/29/2013 on Awww yissss 0
User avatar #43 - dudeimlikeadude (05/29/2013) [-]
um sorry mate but they have scent glands that give off a very foul odor you are probably use to it as i became after my first ferret but to non owners it fucking stinks also yes some can be removed but not all i had the removable ones taken and my little Pepper still stank quite bad actually (regular baths do help)
User avatar #44 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
my bad, domesticated ferrets in the us have the scent glands removed when they are neutered/spayed so I wasn't thinking about other parts of the world. that's why i compared it to a dog, because without the scent gland it doesn't stink bad.
#49 - jazzyietheferret (05/29/2013) [-]
I believe he is referring to the non-removable ones. Even in the US they are unable to remove these. Once a week is all the shortest amount of time you should bathe them as well, as doing it more often will cause the skin to become dry and they will release more oils to make up for it. I'd recommend a waterless shampoo if yours tend to be stinkier, because with every person/animal each and ever one is different, and this includes the scent as well.

Personally I got lucky and my 3 ferrets oddly smell like a weak lipton iced tea mix, I noticed this as soon I got them and it hasn't changed thankfully.
#40 - I'm not going to give out where I live on FJ. But lets just sa… 05/29/2013 on Awww yissss +1
#37 - I try, but it's not as exciting to watch/ follow the games as …  [+] (4 new replies) 05/29/2013 on Awww yissss 0
User avatar #42 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
yeah sorry, i wasn't thinking wasn't trying to trick you to tell me where your from, and i totally understand about watching games live is leagues and bounds better than watching it on tv. i get the same with football (soccer)
User avatar #46 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
it's np, but ya, i can't really get into it on tv, so i haven't really kept up with the playoffs
User avatar #38 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
what is your local team?
#40 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I'm not going to give out where I live on FJ. But lets just say that they are making some necessary trades, and hopefully will be better next year.
#35 - Thanks ^-^. Actually I love hockey, it's the only sport I can …  [+] (6 new replies) 05/29/2013 on Awww yissss 0
User avatar #36 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
to be honest i'm actually a goalie, so most of the fans hatred will get centered on me and i get non of the praise you following the playoffs now?
#37 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I try, but it's not as exciting to watch/ follow the games as it is in person. And since my local team lost I haven't been to a game in a while. Honestly, it's not the same on tv. I really enjoy the atmosphere of the game, the honest pride and excitement of the fans, and the slight chill the ice gives off in the arena. Even in the 300s it still gives chills (too poor to afford good seats).
User avatar #42 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
yeah sorry, i wasn't thinking wasn't trying to trick you to tell me where your from, and i totally understand about watching games live is leagues and bounds better than watching it on tv. i get the same with football (soccer)
User avatar #46 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
it's np, but ya, i can't really get into it on tv, so i haven't really kept up with the playoffs
User avatar #38 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
what is your local team?
#40 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I'm not going to give out where I live on FJ. But lets just say that they are making some necessary trades, and hopefully will be better next year.
#32 - Actually, I'm in college studying animal sciences. I've always…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/29/2013 on Awww yissss 0
User avatar #33 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
that is amazing, truly admirable! i always found what i was doing quite pointless (pursuing a professional hockey career) and have deep respect for anyone studying medicine of any kind or anything that benfits society, so seriously kudos.
#35 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Thanks ^-^. Actually I love hockey, it's the only sport I can actually watch and get in to. Plus I am incredibly awful and skates, so I'm doubly impressed at the skill it takes to do that, while trying to score, fight off the opposing team, all while fans and cheering/booing. I get nervous cleaning the cages at the zoo where I intern while people are watching me.

<-my reaction as they are watching me...
User avatar #36 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
to be honest i'm actually a goalie, so most of the fans hatred will get centered on me and i get non of the praise you following the playoffs now?
#37 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I try, but it's not as exciting to watch/ follow the games as it is in person. And since my local team lost I haven't been to a game in a while. Honestly, it's not the same on tv. I really enjoy the atmosphere of the game, the honest pride and excitement of the fans, and the slight chill the ice gives off in the arena. Even in the 300s it still gives chills (too poor to afford good seats).
User avatar #42 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
yeah sorry, i wasn't thinking wasn't trying to trick you to tell me where your from, and i totally understand about watching games live is leagues and bounds better than watching it on tv. i get the same with football (soccer)
User avatar #46 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
it's np, but ya, i can't really get into it on tv, so i haven't really kept up with the playoffs
User avatar #38 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
what is your local team?
#40 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I'm not going to give out where I live on FJ. But lets just say that they are making some necessary trades, and hopefully will be better next year.
#30 - yw, good luck with your new town and ferret hunt  [+] (10 new replies) 05/29/2013 on Awww yissss 0
User avatar #31 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
thanks dude, and good luck to you too... with whatever you might be up to
#32 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Actually, I'm in college studying animal sciences. I've always thought animals were amazing, and I want to help them in some way, shape, or form. I would much rather do something to help them then help some people.
User avatar #33 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
that is amazing, truly admirable! i always found what i was doing quite pointless (pursuing a professional hockey career) and have deep respect for anyone studying medicine of any kind or anything that benfits society, so seriously kudos.
#35 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Thanks ^-^. Actually I love hockey, it's the only sport I can actually watch and get in to. Plus I am incredibly awful and skates, so I'm doubly impressed at the skill it takes to do that, while trying to score, fight off the opposing team, all while fans and cheering/booing. I get nervous cleaning the cages at the zoo where I intern while people are watching me.

<-my reaction as they are watching me...
User avatar #36 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
to be honest i'm actually a goalie, so most of the fans hatred will get centered on me and i get non of the praise you following the playoffs now?
#37 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I try, but it's not as exciting to watch/ follow the games as it is in person. And since my local team lost I haven't been to a game in a while. Honestly, it's not the same on tv. I really enjoy the atmosphere of the game, the honest pride and excitement of the fans, and the slight chill the ice gives off in the arena. Even in the 300s it still gives chills (too poor to afford good seats).
User avatar #42 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
yeah sorry, i wasn't thinking wasn't trying to trick you to tell me where your from, and i totally understand about watching games live is leagues and bounds better than watching it on tv. i get the same with football (soccer)
User avatar #46 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
it's np, but ya, i can't really get into it on tv, so i haven't really kept up with the playoffs
User avatar #38 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
what is your local team?
#40 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I'm not going to give out where I live on FJ. But lets just say that they are making some necessary trades, and hopefully will be better next year.
#27 - Ah. I live in America in the suburbs with multiple pet stores,…  [+] (12 new replies) 05/29/2013 on Awww yissss 0
User avatar #28 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
thanks man. yeah the town i live in now only has about 15,000 residents, so it would be damn hard to find one or take a 2 hour bus trip to the nearest "large" town, but the new place i'll be moving to is about 40,000 so it might be easier
#30 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
yw, good luck with your new town and ferret hunt
User avatar #31 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
thanks dude, and good luck to you too... with whatever you might be up to
#32 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Actually, I'm in college studying animal sciences. I've always thought animals were amazing, and I want to help them in some way, shape, or form. I would much rather do something to help them then help some people.
User avatar #33 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
that is amazing, truly admirable! i always found what i was doing quite pointless (pursuing a professional hockey career) and have deep respect for anyone studying medicine of any kind or anything that benfits society, so seriously kudos.
#35 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Thanks ^-^. Actually I love hockey, it's the only sport I can actually watch and get in to. Plus I am incredibly awful and skates, so I'm doubly impressed at the skill it takes to do that, while trying to score, fight off the opposing team, all while fans and cheering/booing. I get nervous cleaning the cages at the zoo where I intern while people are watching me.

<-my reaction as they are watching me...
User avatar #36 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
to be honest i'm actually a goalie, so most of the fans hatred will get centered on me and i get non of the praise you following the playoffs now?
#37 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I try, but it's not as exciting to watch/ follow the games as it is in person. And since my local team lost I haven't been to a game in a while. Honestly, it's not the same on tv. I really enjoy the atmosphere of the game, the honest pride and excitement of the fans, and the slight chill the ice gives off in the arena. Even in the 300s it still gives chills (too poor to afford good seats).
User avatar #42 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
yeah sorry, i wasn't thinking wasn't trying to trick you to tell me where your from, and i totally understand about watching games live is leagues and bounds better than watching it on tv. i get the same with football (soccer)
User avatar #46 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
it's np, but ya, i can't really get into it on tv, so i haven't really kept up with the playoffs
User avatar #38 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
what is your local team?
#40 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I'm not going to give out where I live on FJ. But lets just say that they are making some necessary trades, and hopefully will be better next year.
#24 - that sucks, that law is old and outdated and wrong. You could … 05/29/2013 on Awww yissss +1
#23 - you could always check animal shelters and possibly get lucky.…  [+] (14 new replies) 05/29/2013 on Awww yissss 0
User avatar #25 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
i live in sweden, currently in a small town. i will be moving to a larger town shortly as i got traded. so i will check if there are any animal shelters in the area when i move
#27 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Ah. I live in America in the suburbs with multiple pet stores, that aren't all legitimate (which is why I suggested a shelter). So good luck with finding one. Any questions you have about owning one feel free to ask me ^-^. But if you do succeed, the best advice I can give you about owning a ferret... watch it like a fucking hawk. Mine tunneled into my couch once. I had to sit there for 2 hours for him to come out while he was having the time of his damn life. They love to tunnel (in the wild they hunt small rodents and snakes), and will try to get EVERYWHERE.
User avatar #28 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
thanks man. yeah the town i live in now only has about 15,000 residents, so it would be damn hard to find one or take a 2 hour bus trip to the nearest "large" town, but the new place i'll be moving to is about 40,000 so it might be easier
#30 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
yw, good luck with your new town and ferret hunt
User avatar #31 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
thanks dude, and good luck to you too... with whatever you might be up to
#32 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Actually, I'm in college studying animal sciences. I've always thought animals were amazing, and I want to help them in some way, shape, or form. I would much rather do something to help them then help some people.
User avatar #33 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
that is amazing, truly admirable! i always found what i was doing quite pointless (pursuing a professional hockey career) and have deep respect for anyone studying medicine of any kind or anything that benfits society, so seriously kudos.
#35 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Thanks ^-^. Actually I love hockey, it's the only sport I can actually watch and get in to. Plus I am incredibly awful and skates, so I'm doubly impressed at the skill it takes to do that, while trying to score, fight off the opposing team, all while fans and cheering/booing. I get nervous cleaning the cages at the zoo where I intern while people are watching me.

<-my reaction as they are watching me...
User avatar #36 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
to be honest i'm actually a goalie, so most of the fans hatred will get centered on me and i get non of the praise you following the playoffs now?
#37 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I try, but it's not as exciting to watch/ follow the games as it is in person. And since my local team lost I haven't been to a game in a while. Honestly, it's not the same on tv. I really enjoy the atmosphere of the game, the honest pride and excitement of the fans, and the slight chill the ice gives off in the arena. Even in the 300s it still gives chills (too poor to afford good seats).
User avatar #42 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
yeah sorry, i wasn't thinking wasn't trying to trick you to tell me where your from, and i totally understand about watching games live is leagues and bounds better than watching it on tv. i get the same with football (soccer)
User avatar #46 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
it's np, but ya, i can't really get into it on tv, so i haven't really kept up with the playoffs
User avatar #38 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
what is your local team?
#40 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I'm not going to give out where I live on FJ. But lets just say that they are making some necessary trades, and hopefully will be better next year.
#21 - I got lucky. I knew a pet store owner, and this old lady dropp…  [+] (17 new replies) 05/28/2013 on Awww yissss +4
User avatar #22 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
that story was beautiful, and that little thing is so cute. that's it i'm getting one, i just won't eat for a few months
#51 - jazzyietheferret (05/29/2013) [-]
You could also check craigslist as well, you may get lucky. I was looking for a buddy for my ferret Jazzy and wound up finding someone who couldn't have them in their new apt. Ended up getting the two of them; a two year old boy and a year old girl with the 3 tier cage for only $125.

Also ask for vaccination papers, as ferrets can be pricey to begin with, but the vet costs can be astronomical.
User avatar #23 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
you could always check animal shelters and possibly get lucky. but no guarantee they would be healthy. I'd check an ASPCA first.
User avatar #25 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
i live in sweden, currently in a small town. i will be moving to a larger town shortly as i got traded. so i will check if there are any animal shelters in the area when i move
#27 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Ah. I live in America in the suburbs with multiple pet stores, that aren't all legitimate (which is why I suggested a shelter). So good luck with finding one. Any questions you have about owning one feel free to ask me ^-^. But if you do succeed, the best advice I can give you about owning a ferret... watch it like a fucking hawk. Mine tunneled into my couch once. I had to sit there for 2 hours for him to come out while he was having the time of his damn life. They love to tunnel (in the wild they hunt small rodents and snakes), and will try to get EVERYWHERE.
User avatar #28 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
thanks man. yeah the town i live in now only has about 15,000 residents, so it would be damn hard to find one or take a 2 hour bus trip to the nearest "large" town, but the new place i'll be moving to is about 40,000 so it might be easier
#30 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
yw, good luck with your new town and ferret hunt
User avatar #31 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
thanks dude, and good luck to you too... with whatever you might be up to
#32 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Actually, I'm in college studying animal sciences. I've always thought animals were amazing, and I want to help them in some way, shape, or form. I would much rather do something to help them then help some people.
User avatar #33 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
that is amazing, truly admirable! i always found what i was doing quite pointless (pursuing a professional hockey career) and have deep respect for anyone studying medicine of any kind or anything that benfits society, so seriously kudos.
#35 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Thanks ^-^. Actually I love hockey, it's the only sport I can actually watch and get in to. Plus I am incredibly awful and skates, so I'm doubly impressed at the skill it takes to do that, while trying to score, fight off the opposing team, all while fans and cheering/booing. I get nervous cleaning the cages at the zoo where I intern while people are watching me.

<-my reaction as they are watching me...
User avatar #36 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
to be honest i'm actually a goalie, so most of the fans hatred will get centered on me and i get non of the praise you following the playoffs now?
#37 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I try, but it's not as exciting to watch/ follow the games as it is in person. And since my local team lost I haven't been to a game in a while. Honestly, it's not the same on tv. I really enjoy the atmosphere of the game, the honest pride and excitement of the fans, and the slight chill the ice gives off in the arena. Even in the 300s it still gives chills (too poor to afford good seats).
User avatar #42 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
yeah sorry, i wasn't thinking wasn't trying to trick you to tell me where your from, and i totally understand about watching games live is leagues and bounds better than watching it on tv. i get the same with football (soccer)
User avatar #46 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
it's np, but ya, i can't really get into it on tv, so i haven't really kept up with the playoffs
User avatar #38 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
what is your local team?
#40 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I'm not going to give out where I live on FJ. But lets just say that they are making some necessary trades, and hopefully will be better next year.
#16 - it might be a while, each ferret costs usually over $100. And …  [+] (21 new replies) 05/28/2013 on Awww yissss 0
User avatar #45 - dudeimlikeadude (05/29/2013) [-]
You don't really need two i've talked to many owners and breeders and they can live alone depends what you can afford and accommodate but my little girl was quite content and i'm in a 3 bedroom condo with 2 cats and a dog i did not have the space if i were to get another though i would get two as i don't have any pets atm
User avatar #48 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
They are ok by themselves as long as they are given tons of attention. i was recommending 2 because of the specific needs of the situation. You don't NEED two, but they like to have a someone to play with.
User avatar #18 - alibabahassan (05/28/2013) [-]
holy dick... i guess i'll just steal two
#21 - seleniyxoxo (05/28/2013) [-]
I got lucky. I knew a pet store owner, and this old lady dropped one off cus she couldn't take care of him anymore. And this poor guy was old and had a tumor under his arm. So he gave him to me with the cage and everything for $20, just so he would have a good home for the rest of his life. He died less than a year later. But he was happy.

<- Actual image of him
User avatar #22 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
that story was beautiful, and that little thing is so cute. that's it i'm getting one, i just won't eat for a few months
#51 - jazzyietheferret (05/29/2013) [-]
You could also check craigslist as well, you may get lucky. I was looking for a buddy for my ferret Jazzy and wound up finding someone who couldn't have them in their new apt. Ended up getting the two of them; a two year old boy and a year old girl with the 3 tier cage for only $125.

Also ask for vaccination papers, as ferrets can be pricey to begin with, but the vet costs can be astronomical.
User avatar #23 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
you could always check animal shelters and possibly get lucky. but no guarantee they would be healthy. I'd check an ASPCA first.
User avatar #25 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
i live in sweden, currently in a small town. i will be moving to a larger town shortly as i got traded. so i will check if there are any animal shelters in the area when i move
#27 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Ah. I live in America in the suburbs with multiple pet stores, that aren't all legitimate (which is why I suggested a shelter). So good luck with finding one. Any questions you have about owning one feel free to ask me ^-^. But if you do succeed, the best advice I can give you about owning a ferret... watch it like a fucking hawk. Mine tunneled into my couch once. I had to sit there for 2 hours for him to come out while he was having the time of his damn life. They love to tunnel (in the wild they hunt small rodents and snakes), and will try to get EVERYWHERE.
User avatar #28 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
thanks man. yeah the town i live in now only has about 15,000 residents, so it would be damn hard to find one or take a 2 hour bus trip to the nearest "large" town, but the new place i'll be moving to is about 40,000 so it might be easier
#30 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
yw, good luck with your new town and ferret hunt
User avatar #31 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
thanks dude, and good luck to you too... with whatever you might be up to
#32 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Actually, I'm in college studying animal sciences. I've always thought animals were amazing, and I want to help them in some way, shape, or form. I would much rather do something to help them then help some people.
User avatar #33 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
that is amazing, truly admirable! i always found what i was doing quite pointless (pursuing a professional hockey career) and have deep respect for anyone studying medicine of any kind or anything that benfits society, so seriously kudos.
#35 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Thanks ^-^. Actually I love hockey, it's the only sport I can actually watch and get in to. Plus I am incredibly awful and skates, so I'm doubly impressed at the skill it takes to do that, while trying to score, fight off the opposing team, all while fans and cheering/booing. I get nervous cleaning the cages at the zoo where I intern while people are watching me.

<-my reaction as they are watching me...
User avatar #36 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
to be honest i'm actually a goalie, so most of the fans hatred will get centered on me and i get non of the praise you following the playoffs now?
#37 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I try, but it's not as exciting to watch/ follow the games as it is in person. And since my local team lost I haven't been to a game in a while. Honestly, it's not the same on tv. I really enjoy the atmosphere of the game, the honest pride and excitement of the fans, and the slight chill the ice gives off in the arena. Even in the 300s it still gives chills (too poor to afford good seats).
User avatar #42 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
yeah sorry, i wasn't thinking wasn't trying to trick you to tell me where your from, and i totally understand about watching games live is leagues and bounds better than watching it on tv. i get the same with football (soccer)
User avatar #46 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
it's np, but ya, i can't really get into it on tv, so i haven't really kept up with the playoffs
User avatar #38 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
what is your local team?
#40 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I'm not going to give out where I live on FJ. But lets just say that they are making some necessary trades, and hopefully will be better next year.
#14 - They aren't really hard to take care of, I've owned one. They …  [+] (23 new replies) 05/28/2013 on Awww yissss 0
User avatar #15 - alibabahassan (05/28/2013) [-]
sweet balls of awesome... one day when i have money (fingers crossed) i will have to look into getting one, them bastards be so kick ass looking (not gonna say cute CAUSE I'M A MAN)
#16 - seleniyxoxo (05/28/2013) [-]
it might be a while, each ferret costs usually over $100. And you need 2 cus they are social animals and need a buddy to hang with. Plus you need a multi lvl cage for them to exercise in when you aren't there, and those run over $100. So at least $300, not including the bedding and accessories.
User avatar #45 - dudeimlikeadude (05/29/2013) [-]
You don't really need two i've talked to many owners and breeders and they can live alone depends what you can afford and accommodate but my little girl was quite content and i'm in a 3 bedroom condo with 2 cats and a dog i did not have the space if i were to get another though i would get two as i don't have any pets atm
User avatar #48 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
They are ok by themselves as long as they are given tons of attention. i was recommending 2 because of the specific needs of the situation. You don't NEED two, but they like to have a someone to play with.
User avatar #18 - alibabahassan (05/28/2013) [-]
holy dick... i guess i'll just steal two
#21 - seleniyxoxo (05/28/2013) [-]
I got lucky. I knew a pet store owner, and this old lady dropped one off cus she couldn't take care of him anymore. And this poor guy was old and had a tumor under his arm. So he gave him to me with the cage and everything for $20, just so he would have a good home for the rest of his life. He died less than a year later. But he was happy.

<- Actual image of him
User avatar #22 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
that story was beautiful, and that little thing is so cute. that's it i'm getting one, i just won't eat for a few months
#51 - jazzyietheferret (05/29/2013) [-]
You could also check craigslist as well, you may get lucky. I was looking for a buddy for my ferret Jazzy and wound up finding someone who couldn't have them in their new apt. Ended up getting the two of them; a two year old boy and a year old girl with the 3 tier cage for only $125.

Also ask for vaccination papers, as ferrets can be pricey to begin with, but the vet costs can be astronomical.
User avatar #23 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
you could always check animal shelters and possibly get lucky. but no guarantee they would be healthy. I'd check an ASPCA first.
User avatar #25 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
i live in sweden, currently in a small town. i will be moving to a larger town shortly as i got traded. so i will check if there are any animal shelters in the area when i move
#27 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Ah. I live in America in the suburbs with multiple pet stores, that aren't all legitimate (which is why I suggested a shelter). So good luck with finding one. Any questions you have about owning one feel free to ask me ^-^. But if you do succeed, the best advice I can give you about owning a ferret... watch it like a fucking hawk. Mine tunneled into my couch once. I had to sit there for 2 hours for him to come out while he was having the time of his damn life. They love to tunnel (in the wild they hunt small rodents and snakes), and will try to get EVERYWHERE.
User avatar #28 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
thanks man. yeah the town i live in now only has about 15,000 residents, so it would be damn hard to find one or take a 2 hour bus trip to the nearest "large" town, but the new place i'll be moving to is about 40,000 so it might be easier
#30 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
yw, good luck with your new town and ferret hunt
User avatar #31 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
thanks dude, and good luck to you too... with whatever you might be up to
#32 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Actually, I'm in college studying animal sciences. I've always thought animals were amazing, and I want to help them in some way, shape, or form. I would much rather do something to help them then help some people.
User avatar #33 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
that is amazing, truly admirable! i always found what i was doing quite pointless (pursuing a professional hockey career) and have deep respect for anyone studying medicine of any kind or anything that benfits society, so seriously kudos.
#35 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Thanks ^-^. Actually I love hockey, it's the only sport I can actually watch and get in to. Plus I am incredibly awful and skates, so I'm doubly impressed at the skill it takes to do that, while trying to score, fight off the opposing team, all while fans and cheering/booing. I get nervous cleaning the cages at the zoo where I intern while people are watching me.

<-my reaction as they are watching me...
User avatar #36 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
to be honest i'm actually a goalie, so most of the fans hatred will get centered on me and i get non of the praise you following the playoffs now?
#37 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I try, but it's not as exciting to watch/ follow the games as it is in person. And since my local team lost I haven't been to a game in a while. Honestly, it's not the same on tv. I really enjoy the atmosphere of the game, the honest pride and excitement of the fans, and the slight chill the ice gives off in the arena. Even in the 300s it still gives chills (too poor to afford good seats).
User avatar #42 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
yeah sorry, i wasn't thinking wasn't trying to trick you to tell me where your from, and i totally understand about watching games live is leagues and bounds better than watching it on tv. i get the same with football (soccer)
User avatar #46 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
it's np, but ya, i can't really get into it on tv, so i haven't really kept up with the playoffs
User avatar #38 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
what is your local team?
#40 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I'm not going to give out where I live on FJ. But lets just say that they are making some necessary trades, and hopefully will be better next year.
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#39 - anonymous (05/29/2013) [-]
I heard they smell
User avatar #41 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
they are like dogs, if you don't bathe them then they smell. I'd recommend once a week.
User avatar #43 - dudeimlikeadude (05/29/2013) [-]
um sorry mate but they have scent glands that give off a very foul odor you are probably use to it as i became after my first ferret but to non owners it fucking stinks also yes some can be removed but not all i had the removable ones taken and my little Pepper still stank quite bad actually (regular baths do help)
User avatar #44 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
my bad, domesticated ferrets in the us have the scent glands removed when they are neutered/spayed so I wasn't thinking about other parts of the world. that's why i compared it to a dog, because without the scent gland it doesn't stink bad.
#49 - jazzyietheferret (05/29/2013) [-]
I believe he is referring to the non-removable ones. Even in the US they are unable to remove these. Once a week is all the shortest amount of time you should bathe them as well, as doing it more often will cause the skin to become dry and they will release more oils to make up for it. I'd recommend a waterless shampoo if yours tend to be stinkier, because with every person/animal each and ever one is different, and this includes the scent as well.

Personally I got lucky and my 3 ferrets oddly smell like a weak lipton iced tea mix, I noticed this as soon I got them and it hasn't changed thankfully.
#20 - proteinstain (05/28/2013) [-]
i really want one, but they're illegal in california
User avatar #24 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
that sucks, that law is old and outdated and wrong. You could always start a movement to change it. Tho others have tried...
www.pawesome.net/2010/03/why-are-ferrets-illegal-in-california-raise-a-paw/
User avatar #13 - alibabahassan (05/28/2013) [-]
i heard they were really hard to take care of... be this true? i would like a ferret some day, but i play hockey and work so if they incredibly time consuming i won't get one just to neglect it
#50 - jazzyietheferret (05/29/2013) [-]
Ferrets are actually very easy to take care of. They can sleep between 14 and even 20 hours a day. Set up a feeding/watering system that will cover the times you are gone and just be sure that you interact with them. Also, please do your research before getting once, I've seen way to many ferrets being pushed around because people did not know what to expect from them.
#14 - seleniyxoxo (05/28/2013) [-]
They aren't really hard to take care of, I've owned one. They are just really hyper and need a good amount of play time each day (at the very least an hour or 2, depending on age of ferret). They also need weekly baths cus they can get a little stinky.
User avatar #15 - alibabahassan (05/28/2013) [-]
sweet balls of awesome... one day when i have money (fingers crossed) i will have to look into getting one, them bastards be so kick ass looking (not gonna say cute CAUSE I'M A MAN)
#16 - seleniyxoxo (05/28/2013) [-]
it might be a while, each ferret costs usually over $100. And you need 2 cus they are social animals and need a buddy to hang with. Plus you need a multi lvl cage for them to exercise in when you aren't there, and those run over $100. So at least $300, not including the bedding and accessories.
User avatar #45 - dudeimlikeadude (05/29/2013) [-]
You don't really need two i've talked to many owners and breeders and they can live alone depends what you can afford and accommodate but my little girl was quite content and i'm in a 3 bedroom condo with 2 cats and a dog i did not have the space if i were to get another though i would get two as i don't have any pets atm
User avatar #48 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
They are ok by themselves as long as they are given tons of attention. i was recommending 2 because of the specific needs of the situation. You don't NEED two, but they like to have a someone to play with.
User avatar #18 - alibabahassan (05/28/2013) [-]
holy dick... i guess i'll just steal two
#21 - seleniyxoxo (05/28/2013) [-]
I got lucky. I knew a pet store owner, and this old lady dropped one off cus she couldn't take care of him anymore. And this poor guy was old and had a tumor under his arm. So he gave him to me with the cage and everything for $20, just so he would have a good home for the rest of his life. He died less than a year later. But he was happy.

<- Actual image of him
User avatar #22 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
that story was beautiful, and that little thing is so cute. that's it i'm getting one, i just won't eat for a few months
#51 - jazzyietheferret (05/29/2013) [-]
You could also check craigslist as well, you may get lucky. I was looking for a buddy for my ferret Jazzy and wound up finding someone who couldn't have them in their new apt. Ended up getting the two of them; a two year old boy and a year old girl with the 3 tier cage for only $125.

Also ask for vaccination papers, as ferrets can be pricey to begin with, but the vet costs can be astronomical.
User avatar #23 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
you could always check animal shelters and possibly get lucky. but no guarantee they would be healthy. I'd check an ASPCA first.
User avatar #25 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
i live in sweden, currently in a small town. i will be moving to a larger town shortly as i got traded. so i will check if there are any animal shelters in the area when i move
#27 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Ah. I live in America in the suburbs with multiple pet stores, that aren't all legitimate (which is why I suggested a shelter). So good luck with finding one. Any questions you have about owning one feel free to ask me ^-^. But if you do succeed, the best advice I can give you about owning a ferret... watch it like a fucking hawk. Mine tunneled into my couch once. I had to sit there for 2 hours for him to come out while he was having the time of his damn life. They love to tunnel (in the wild they hunt small rodents and snakes), and will try to get EVERYWHERE.
User avatar #28 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
thanks man. yeah the town i live in now only has about 15,000 residents, so it would be damn hard to find one or take a 2 hour bus trip to the nearest "large" town, but the new place i'll be moving to is about 40,000 so it might be easier
#30 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
yw, good luck with your new town and ferret hunt
User avatar #31 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
thanks dude, and good luck to you too... with whatever you might be up to
#32 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Actually, I'm in college studying animal sciences. I've always thought animals were amazing, and I want to help them in some way, shape, or form. I would much rather do something to help them then help some people.
User avatar #33 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
that is amazing, truly admirable! i always found what i was doing quite pointless (pursuing a professional hockey career) and have deep respect for anyone studying medicine of any kind or anything that benfits society, so seriously kudos.
#35 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
Thanks ^-^. Actually I love hockey, it's the only sport I can actually watch and get in to. Plus I am incredibly awful and skates, so I'm doubly impressed at the skill it takes to do that, while trying to score, fight off the opposing team, all while fans and cheering/booing. I get nervous cleaning the cages at the zoo where I intern while people are watching me.

<-my reaction as they are watching me...
User avatar #36 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
to be honest i'm actually a goalie, so most of the fans hatred will get centered on me and i get non of the praise you following the playoffs now?
#37 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I try, but it's not as exciting to watch/ follow the games as it is in person. And since my local team lost I haven't been to a game in a while. Honestly, it's not the same on tv. I really enjoy the atmosphere of the game, the honest pride and excitement of the fans, and the slight chill the ice gives off in the arena. Even in the 300s it still gives chills (too poor to afford good seats).
User avatar #42 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
yeah sorry, i wasn't thinking wasn't trying to trick you to tell me where your from, and i totally understand about watching games live is leagues and bounds better than watching it on tv. i get the same with football (soccer)
User avatar #46 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
it's np, but ya, i can't really get into it on tv, so i haven't really kept up with the playoffs
User avatar #38 - alibabahassan (05/29/2013) [-]
what is your local team?
#40 - seleniyxoxo (05/29/2013) [-]
I'm not going to give out where I live on FJ. But lets just say that they are making some necessary trades, and hopefully will be better next year.
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oh i remember that one.

some of the best wanking i ever done.

what was the name again?
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Milk Party
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