Ferrets are some of the most playful and high-spirited pets around. When they└re happy and excited, they perform what ferret owners call └the dance of joy.└ Jumping and twirling in every direction, the ferrets make little clucking noises to express their delight. It└s clear that these frisky little furballs are no ordinary pets! A ferret might be an unusual choice for an animal companion, but love comes in all kinds of packages. How can kids find out whether a ferret is the right pet for them? Furry Ferrets explores the responsibilities and rewards of caring for a pet ferret through real-life anecdotes and practical advice. Engaging narrative text and vivid, eye-popping photos of these mischievous creatures will keep young readers turning the pages to find out more.
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