Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Behind Bars



Crime: Extreme cuteness
Sentence: Life

5 comments:

  1. My daughter wanted a ferret for the longest time. They look very cute in your pictures.

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  2. Hee, hee---your captions are so funny! Bailey is, for sure, the cutest little "prisoner" I've ever seen! (Pretty comfy "jail" he has there, too).

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  3. Bailey !!! When you escape run over to my house and the girls will hide you !!! hahahaha
    "Too cute" sentences last a life time, is TRUE : )

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  4. Funny - we just met someone who used to foster ferrets for a rescue shelter. He had a cat too, and apparently they'd all gang up on the cat. Wish I had photos of that.

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  5. Hi Helen, my daughter nagged me for a very long time about getting a ferret before I finally caved. Our ferret is very sweet and gentle; she doesn’t have an aggressive bone in her body. She’s somewhat like a cat (more like a perpetual kitten) and a little like a dog. She can be litter-trained yet learn to do tricks like a dog. I’ve discovered that ferrets are very interesting pets.

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    Hiya Beth! Yes, Bailey has a very cool setup in her ‘prison’. Her cage is about 4 feet high, and it has four levels of living space; it’s quite large. This is pretty much the norm with these animals; it is recommended that you buy as large a cage as possible for ferrets, so they can move around in it and exercise during those periods that you can’t take them out. So, yup, she’s pretty cozy in there.

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    Hey Joy! Well, well, well...now I know where to check if Bailey runs away. Your girls will commit the crime but will you be considered an accomplice? And the next time you come over to my place, I’ll have to check and see if there’s anything wiggling around in your purse! :)

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    Tatiana, ferrets are little clowns. They are very entertaining to watch. One on its own is enjoyable enough but two or more together is like a circus performance! And apparently, a few of them together will gang up on cats – sometimes even dogs!

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