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Who owns a ferret?

CollegeFanatikCollegeFanatik Registered User Posts: 342 Member
edited August 2007 in College Confidential Cafe
Aren't they friggin' awesome? Also, why are they illegal in Washington DC and California? That's a stupid law and there is loads of evidence that refutes myths that claim ferrets are these super powerful little beings that are all rapid and will take over gigantic plots of land. Come on, have any of these people actually met a ferret?

Any other ferret owners out there?
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Replies to: Who owns a ferret?

  • So AuthenticSo Authentic - Posts: 1,241 Member
    Their bodies are so long that it scares me....
    No, but those things are very fun to have as pets



    "refutes myths that claim ferrets are these super powerful little beings that are all rapid and will take over gigantic plots of land."

    -People will say anything to intimidate, confuse, bewilder, put-down etc., especially the superstitious! Its 2007, you have to open your eyes and realize whats the truth. Theres no room to be gullible
  • chaoseschaoses Registered User Posts: 1,039 Member
    my friend had 2 ferrets, they are creepy sometimes. I have no problem with them unless when they bite my feet. They usually smell people's shoes too.
  • danislostdanislost Registered User Posts: 148 Junior Member
    While I do not personally own one, my friend does.
    That little bugger steals everything - keys, cellphones, ipods.
    Its crazy.

    And I live in CA, if that counts for anything.
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