|Dr. Zaius - 2008-01-22 |
|xVisagex - 2008-01-22 |
Such an amazing look of defeat on those animals faces; They no longer even try to fight the scruff.
Mine at least look indignant when I have to scruff them. Course, I do it to trim their nails, not to dress them up in ridiculous costumes.
Better way to trim nails: put ferretone on their bellies and trim their nails while they're trying to lick it off. No scruffing needed.
My ferrets are defective; Only one of them actually likes Ferretone, Ferrevite, or any other ferret treats.
|Meerkat - 2008-01-22 |
I didn't mean to put stars on my earlier comment, oh poo. So yeah, FIVE STARS for this video making it look like all ferret owners are overweight middle aged psychotic women.
I have it on pretty good authority that the ferret shows are just as fucking cut-throat as cat and dog shows.
Some are overweight middle aged psychotic men.
Who post on messageboards.
|Roachbud - 2008-01-22 |
Rudy was right for once
|takewithfood - 2008-01-22 |
"For me, it seemed like as my children got older and grew up and moved out that I sort of replaced them with ferrets."
Free lesson for young women: If you think you might someday replace your children with ferrets, just go ahead and buy some ferrets right now. Don't have children, please, just go straight ahead to the crazy and don't look back.
|NoCode - 2008-01-22 |
This show will always get five stars from me.
I love all kinds of animals and I'm a big fan of caring for pets and having nice, friendly, owner-pet relationships with your animals. But I really wonder about people who own ferrets. Not only because so many of them are crazy like these ladies (or Wiccans - ferrets are very popular with the Wiccans). Mostly because they fucking stink abominably and there is no way to get around that. You can clean out their cages all day long and bathe them till the cows come home - as soon as they take a dump again that terrible ferret-shit stench permeates everything. Whoever decided that it's awesome to keep mustelids as pets must have lacked a sense of smell. And whoever keeps them in spite of their ferret-shit stench must rank hygiene fairly low on their list of priorities.
|laurentauren - 2008-01-22 |
I think the "Err err err" is their way of saying "God please no!"
Actually, that's dubbed over. Ferrets are entirely silent except when they're really excited, and even that they don't vocalise that much.
Beastmaster did the same thing, and I hate hearing it. Ferrets don't chitter!
That dubbed-in squeaking bugged me too. Otherwise a good documentary, but more about the people than the ferrets.
|CaptainFun - 2008-01-22 |
If you have not seen this documentary you must seek it out. It's amazing
|Midnight Man - 2008-01-23 |
I like the lady that makes them into ethnic stereotypes
MORE BEER PLEASE
BECAUSE I'M A MICK YOU SEE
|tamago - 2008-12-13 |
I watched the whole thing at my friend's house. He told me it was amazing, but words honestly cannot describe how awesome it truly is.
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