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Ferret love

Someone always knows someone who’s seen that man walking down the street with a ferret on a lead, or seen that woman with a ferret on her shoulder in the supermarket. The funny thing is, it’s not that uncommon…or weird. It’s actually pretty normal because ferrets, or a group or ferrets – known as a business – are adorable. Yes they were originally bred for hunting and rabbiting but more and more people these days are domesticating the fluffy things.

Here are some photos of my sister’s two ferrets, Gus and Benji. They may nip, they may stink a little (ok, a lot) but they have the cutest way of running, and boy are they entertaining and like to play.  (Day 8 of #BEDN and #NaBloPoMo)

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