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Join Date: Aug 2003
They are screaching, dragging, biting, and sometimes pooping. Snuggles seems to be the one that's instigating. She's the first ferret we got, and we got her as a baby, so she's really a spoiled brat. She's a little over a year and deaf. Georgie seems to keep her distance but will bite at the new one once in a while. She is about 2. Our newest Kali is the one being picked on, she's a little over a year, around the same age as Snuggles. When we first got Jelly Snuggles would pick on him all the time, they constently be running around the apartment squealing, but, they got used to each other. Then when we brought Kali in ALL of them started at each other, except Georgie, she wasn't as bad, she's really laid back and could care less about most things. For the last few weeks no one has gotten along and a Jelly and Kali weren't able to play that much. I just decided it was best to move Jelly on to someone that can play with him more and where he won't be picked on or have to pick on someone. He was the only ferret for 2 yrs as have my Snuggles and Georgie (alone yet together for a year, make sense?) Anyway, things seem to be going a little better with the big bruiser gone, but there is still some chasing and biting and dragging between snuggles, georgie and kali. We try and let them just fight things out unless it looks like they're getting too rough or someone poops from fear. I hope this made sense, if not, let me know and I'll try and clarify!!!