Hi folks! I was wondering if you guys could help me out. I have 2 ferrets. One is about a year old, named Tigger and I've had him for about 2 months. I rescued him from a very unhappy home (he was living in a cardboard box and being fed cheerios). My other one is a 4 month old named Nibbles who demanded he go home with me from a local Petco where I was buying food and toys for Tigger. Currently, I keep them in seperate cages that are right up against each other. They have been that way for about a month now. Every time I take them out of the cages and let them check each other out, Tigger will first follow the baby around and try to lay on top of him as he moves around the floor. Then, Tigger will suddenly back off, grab the baby by the scruff and shake him until he shrieks and cries. Once I get the two of them separated, Nibbles runs over to me and hides from Tigger behind me. Should I continue separating them when Tigger gets aggressive with Nibbles like that, or I should I let them be to work it out? They are both neutered males, but I had heard that male ferrets will try to kill babies and I am worried that I'll never be able to put them in the same cage safely. Nibbles is quickly outgrowing his "baby" cage, and Tigger has plenty of room in his 4 story penthouse. I'm really worried about Tigger's agression towards Nibbles and am open to any expert advice from more experienced ferret owners. They are both lovely little guys and I really wish they would learn to get along.