Even more Fab Four, and NEW travel cage for the ferts

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  1. AllieMackie

    AllieMackie Wookie Collie

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    Just some pics from the end of this past weekend. I figured I'd give you all a little break before posting these, haha!

    Renegade and Porom
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    Porom and Ren share a nylabone chicken stick. Nom!
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    Best face ever, Renegade.
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    Der.
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    Rogue liked to show off his jaw while chewing on it.
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    Rogue sez: NOM
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    Porom nomz
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    Porom in a bush.
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    Yawning in my lap <3
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  2. AllieMackie

    AllieMackie Wookie Collie

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    The boys stroll.
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    Then we gave them a misting with the hose to cool them off.
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    Rascal thinks Porom is delicious.
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    Wetferts!
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    Wet Ren!
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    Wet, dirty boys. Ewww.
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  3. AllieMackie

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    I realized the other day that the old guinea pig starter cage could be used as a ferret travel cage for frolics and the like, so that they don't have to be cooped up in a carrier when not out and playing.

    The cage is the All Living Things Rabbit starter sage, it's 28"W x 15.5"H.
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    The hammock and blankets are from her cage, the hammock is handmade from fleece and hooked in with carabiners.

    The litterbox is smaller than her cage boxes, but perfect size for this kind of cage.
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    Since the wire top of the cage attaches not-securely-enough-for-ferrets normally, I threw some bungee cords on it to make sure the pieces stay together.
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    And an extra blanket for shade/seclusion if needed...
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    And a small bungee cord across the door for when I leave them attended, mischievous beasts.
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    Enjoy!
     
  4. Renee750il

    Renee750il Felurian

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    If you miss Renegade, don't come looking for him here, K?
     
  5. AllieMackie

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    Talk to Jess about that one! In fact, wait until one of the many times she's ready to throw him out the window, so you can catch him and run. :p
     
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    Yay ferret pictures!
     
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    Such great pictures of them all! Really making my ferret fever terrible. Lol!
     
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    SmexyPibble Blow. Me. Away.

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    They look like so much fun! I never knew ferrets could chew bones and go for walks. :eek:
     

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