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Tail wagging ferrets and super fun

Discussion in 'All other pets' started by sakura.seppun, Oct 3, 2005.

  1. sakura.seppun

    sakura.seppun New Member

    So, I own 3 ferrets, and recently bought them tubing to play in. It is, of course, a hit! It is their absolute favorite thing to play with and refuse to get out of it until they all pass out.
    But I've recently noticed that when they're in there they wag their tails, like a dog. And now that they've been doing that for awhile, Pandora, my largest, will wag his tail for treats and when otherwise excited.

    So, moral of the story, ferrets already rocked. Now they wag their tails, add another winner to the book. ^_^
  2. cosmicpixie

    cosmicpixie New Member

    My youngest male wiggles his butt. He doesn't really wag his tail. Its more of a whole butt wag. We got them a tent and put it in their cage. Now let's talk about some cute Kodak moments. Did you get the dryer tubing or some PVC pipe? We use dryer tubing and put it all over their playpen. Those activity quilts for babies are great too! My friend had one for her fuzzy babies and they were crazy for it.
  3. sakura.seppun

    sakura.seppun New Member

    I bought some superpets stretch tubing, which I love because you can see through it, but then I also have some PVC that I got from Lowes connecting to a tupperware tote I turned into a "nesting box".

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