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    Ferrets are very good pets but in California, they aren’t legal. Ferrets are not legal in California only and it doesn’t make much sense. The fact that ferrets aren’t legal makes sense; but what is weird is that California is the only state where ferrets aren’t legal. This text tells all about ferrets and why they aren’t and are legal. To a lot of people, they love ferrets and would do anything to legalize them. But there are others who don’t like ferrets; they have their reasons. There are also people who don’t have a say and don’t want a say in getting ferrets legalized because they don’t care. There are so many reasons why ferrets should and shouldn’t be legal. California is the only state that ferrets are illegal, however, most people in California believe that ferrets should be legal. Since ferrets are only illegal in California, it is mostly people from California who are trying to legalize them. Every other state and place in the world, ferrets are legal. But for some strange reason, they are not legal in California. There are many reasons, and many good reasons that people have for not wanting ferrets to be legal. But there are even more good reasons that people have to legalize ferrets. The government decided ferrets shouldn’t be legal but their main reason they have doesn’t…

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    The Black Footed Ferret is a mammal that is a nocturnal carnivore, but is close to the brink of extinction. The ferret gets its name not only from the black colors around his legs, but also from the dark spots around its eyes, and tail. The Ferret’s body is about 15 to 20 inches long, with a tail of about 4 to 5 inches long. They have small legs, but sharp claws for digging their homes, or into the prey’s homes. They also have very strong jaws made for chewing meat of the prey. The Ferrets are…

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    Saving the black footed ferret It was almost 8 am and John I were getting ready for our trip to Grass lands National Park. John is one of my best friends we both graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a degree on wild life. In the excitement of our trip we couldn’t sleep all night and now we were running late Due to getting up late. I was really excited because I had been studying the black footed ferret for a years now. And I was getting the chance to see it in person now for the first…

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    The Black-footed ferret, Mustela nigripes, is in the order Carnivora and the Family Mustelidae. The Black-footed ferret (BFF) looks like that of a weasel, with a body that is long, slender, weighting up to two pounds, with yellowish fur, and black fur on their feet, legs, tail tip, and a mask on their face[1]. They are closely related to the Siberian polecat and the European polecat[1]. They are fossorial and nocturnal hunters that can be seen during the day[1]. Most of their diet is prairie…

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    Ferrets, similar to cats, are obligate carnivores (meat eaters). They can't survive without having meat in their diet. Although having fresh raw meat is part of the ferret's natural diet, it may include harmful parasites and microbes that create risks undesirable to pet owners. Only part of their diet is meat, because when predators eat their prey they eat not only the muscle meat but also liver, kidneys, and intestinal tract, and bones as well. If they were limited to just meat it would cause…

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    Essay On Ferret Care

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    Ferret Care - Taking Care of a Deaf Ferret To make sure you know deafness with ferrets is not an enormous issue. It is still an imperative piece of Ferrets Care. Ferrets don't use their ears too much. This is the reason it's difficult to let some know times regardless of the possibility that your ferret is deaf. Ferrets won't come to you when you call their name like canines will and saying NO! When they accomplish something incorrectly won't make them stop. The Most ideal way I find to tell if…

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    Essay On Pet Ferret

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    If you have decided to get yourself a pet ferret there are several places that you can go to obtain one. The following are the most accessible places for getting your hands on a pet ferret: 1. A Pet store 2. A Breeder 3. An animal shelter Ferrets have fairly long life spans compared to other animals of a similar size. Ferrets tend to live an average of about 8-9 years, which means that you should make absolutely sure that you want a ferret and have done all of the necessary research before…

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    My Dog Research Paper

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    Not only are they in two separate parts of the house but we also have wooden doggy gates at each ends of the hallways. We accidentally left my dog out one day the same time we let my ferrets out. Peanut, my dog, was laying down and did not even notice them at first until one of them started hissing, (yes they hiss.) As soon as that happened, Peanut popped up out of his sleep like someone had just tried to sneak attack him and jumped straight over the doggy gate. PEANUT NOOOO! I screamed as I…

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    profit. The initial market for Kennel-Up’s new ferret cage was estimated to be 40,000 cages over a five-year period with a proposed selling price of $240.00. Based on the survey of focus groups and a market feasibility assessment, the marketing department expected that the new ferret…

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    They poisoned the prairie dogs and destroyed their natural habitats to make more room for farming, causing the decline of not only the prairie dog population, but also the black-footed ferret because the ferrets depend on the prairie dogs as a source of food. The carrying capacity for ferrets decreased. In 1981, a small population of ferrets were discovered in Wyoming, so scientists quickly took action to begin conservation. Not soon after, a wave of disease reduced the population of ferrets…

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