- Sep 24, 2007
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Anyone else have them? Im laying on my couch with one curled up sleeping under my shirt. Gotta love em!
Is this even after having been 'descented'?NitrouStang96 said:I've had ferrets for many years and loved them, it was kind of a relief to get rid of the smell, though. They're just soooooo stinky, I'd have to have a big house with a dedicated ventilated ferret room
Exactly the more you wash them the more their skin glands work and the worse it gets.Klainmeister said:Now i don't know if this is common practice, but i know theirs had the scent gland removed and they barely smelt at all.
Quite possibly, iirc there are a few states in which owning a Ferret (or owning a Ferret without a License) is illegal.Fish said:Is it true that ferrets are illegal to own in California?
I don't know this for a fact, but I thought I heard they were illegal to sell, but not to own?NitrouStang96 said:Yes, ferrets are illegal in California - but California also has the highest ferret population.
You will see many stores with aisles dedicated to ferret stuff, you will find vets that specialize in exotic animals and will gladly see your ferret, and you will see someone with their ferrets out and about now and then.
I'm not sure how enforced it is, but I think at most they just give you a deadline to get it to another state if they find out - I think it's probably not enforced at all. It's an extremely stupid law.