Charleyy & Houdini
It is ironic to put these two on a page together, because while Houdini was alive, Charleyy spent most of his time and effort trying to eat her.

Charleyy









This is Charleyy, he is a male ferret. I got him in October 1996. I do not know exactly how old he is, I only know that he was full grown when I got him. The people who owned him before me did not take good care of him. He was overweight and his cage was rusted and dirty. He is one of the calmest ferret's one will ever come across, he does not ever bite humans (I say this because he loves to bit cats and attacks birds) He finds it ammusing to grab the cat behind the ear on the soft part and yank really hard. Unfortunately they do not find this ammusing as well, often I have found them plotting and seeking revenge. Charleyy loves Watermelon, when he sees watermelon he gets so excited I think he might have a heart attack. He also likes dried bananas and dried apples. I bought a harness and leash for this little character but unfortunatly he would rather just lay on one of your arms while you walk. He acts like he is going to pass out after about 3 little ferret steps.

Houdini







This is Houdini. My mother raised cockatails and we had Houdini's parents, so Houdini was hand raised from an egg. She was my baby girl. I had her for 7 1/2 years, then one day she was gone. She was very attatched to me. She did not like anyone or anything except me. She liked to give me kiss and sit on my shoulder. When I lived in Washington my bed was about 6 feet in the air and the top of her cage almost came up to my bed when it was on a table. When I was sleeping she would stick her head through one of the holes in her cage and act like she was choking so I would let her out. After I would let her out she would climb to the top of the cage, and I would go back to sleep. I would wake up and she would be standing on my pillow. I guess she liked to watch me sleep. She also would whistle sometimes...not very often and only with me, but sometimes she would. Usually female cockatails do not talk or whistle much, it's mostly male cockatails that will do this

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