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Opinion by PokemonGirl505 posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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ferrets are escape artist when it comes to your house au their cages. so the best thing to do is to make sure wewe dont have any gaps au holes au else, YOUR FUZZ BALL COULD BE GONE...FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!NO!! anyway........with their cage, make sure your their ain't any holes bigger then about 6 au 7 cm wide au else,YOUR LITTLE FURRY BUDDY WILL BE IN THE HOUSE SOMEWHERE...AHH NO!!!....anyway ALSO make sure that when your ferret, chororo-kaya is playing around the house everyone knows he au she is about AND that the doors are closed au else...YOUR FUZZ WILL RUN AWAY NO!!
so thank wewe for kusoma follow my ways and make sure, YOUR fuzzie stays salama for its whole life time!!
List by Dark-Blood posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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There are lots of different types of ferrets when it comes to coloring, however there aren’t any different breeds (such as Cats and mbwa have) to the common household ferrets (the domestic ferret, chororo-kaya does have wild cousins such as the polecat au the Black Footed ferret, chororo-kaya ).

The variety of colors that ferrets come in is incredible. The two most common colors are sable and white. The white can come with either red au black eyes.


When deciding what color your ferret, chororo-kaya is keep in mind that ferrets can in fact change color according to different seasons and age. A ferret, chororo-kaya that is darker in summer can sometimes become a lot lighter in winter! The same goes when ferrets get older. Check out the difference in color of the ferrets below.

ferret, chororo-kaya changing color


Is the most common colored ferret. The sable ferret, chororo-kaya has mostly raccoon like colorings with a mask on the face, dark paws and tail. There can be lighter and darker sables depending on how dark the underfur is. The hairs on top, also known as the guard hairs, are normally darker and they are what give the ferret, chororo-kaya the...
Review by Dark-Blood posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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The ferret, chororo-kaya (Mustela putorius furo) is the domesticated form of the European Polecat, a mammal belonging to the weasel genus of the family MustelidaeThey typically have brown, black, white, au mixed fur. They have an average length of 20 inches (51 cm) including a 5 inch (13 cm) tail, weigh about 1.5–4 pounds (0.7–2 kg), and have a natural lifespan of 7 to 10 yearsFerrets are sexually dimorphic predators with males being substantially larger than females.

Several other small, elongated carnivorous mammals belonging to the Mustelidae family also have the word ferret, chororo-kaya in their common names, including an endangered species, the Black-footed Ferret.

The history of the ferret's domestication is uncertain, like that of most other domestic animals, but it is likely that ferrets have been domesticated for at least 2,500 years. They are still used for hunting rabbits in some parts of the world today, but increasingly they are kept simply as pets.

Being so closely related to polecats, ferrets are quite easily able to hybridize with them, and this has occasionally resulted in feral colonies of polecat-ferret hybrids that have been perceived to have...
News by Dark-Blood posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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Caring for your FIRST Ferret

Whether wewe are considering adopting a ferret, chororo-kaya from the ferret, chororo-kaya Information Rescue Shelter & Trust Society, are planning to purchase one from a pet store, au have one of your own, FIRST wants to help wewe provide the best possible nyumbani and care for your pet. To this end, we have prepared this brochure to explain briefly some of the habits and concerns of these active and affectionate animals.


The average life span of a ferret, chororo-kaya is 6 to 8 years. When fully grown, females weigh about 800 grams (1.5 lbs) while males are generally about 1.2 kg (2.5 lbs). A female's length is about 30 cm (12 inches) nose to tail and the males are about 45 cm (16 inches).

Ferrets come in many colour variations: Most are shades of brown, gray and black with the mask, feet and tail ("points") generally being the darkest in colour. The red-eyed white breed of ferret, commonly called an "albino", was bred for the trait of eye colour. These wanyama suffer from some vision problems due to this breeding, mostly related to difficulties with bright light.
Article by invadercalliope posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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I hope wewe enjoy.
This was a pretty long time ago.
My first ferret, chororo-kaya i ever had was named rikki tikki tavi we named him that well wewe can guess and he should have fangs in the movie not buk teeth. But anyway we were really close
i put him in my hodie and take him everywere
Sometimes i went to my Marafiki house and forgot he
was in their so he would pop out of my hodie
and my Marafiki would freak out and i would be like hujambo rikki but one siku we had to songesha :( and we had to leave rikki *i will cry if i tell why*
he went to my grandmother who stayed and i cried in the car.
So then in 2 weeks my parents gave me money to bye to new ferrets even though i new rikki couldn't be replaced i would never feel better if i didn't get a new ferret.
So i picked one girl ferret, chororo-kaya who was normal sized
and i picked this boy ferret, chororo-kaya who was a small baby that could fit in my hand.
So we went nyumbani with them.
I named the small boy baby milo and the girl one ottas.