Printable Ferret Coloring Pages

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The ferret is an adorable little animal full of energy and very friendly: for this reason, it can be counted among the best pets.

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Printable Ferret Coloring Pages

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Playful and particularly curious, this lively little furry animal often tends to get into trouble.

This cute little animal was selected by the skunk and has existed as a pet for thousands of years, think that the testimonies date back at least four centuries before Christ.

Contrary to what one might mistakenly think, the domestic ferret does not exist in the wild, and whoever believes doing him a favor by leaving him free would condemn him to certain death.

Dependent in every way on man, in nature, the poor man would not survive very long.

Provided with a graceful pointed snout, small rounded ears, and little black or dark brown (red if albino) eyes, he might even risk being associated with a rodent, also though he is not a rodent at all.

The domestic ferret is a mustelid (like the weasel, the marten, and the badger) that belongs to the order of the Carnivores.

Rodents, therefore, could be a welcome meal for him since his diet is made of meat. On the other hand, while living with dogs and cats is not a problem, living with rabbits, rodents, or birds is not recommended.

The ferret is a particularly affectionate and friendly creature, which is why it suffers if left alone for too long and appreciates its fellow animals.

Intelligent and curious, it will try to explore every corner of the house if it is allowed to wander around.

In this regard, when left free, the room must be prepared for damage and escape: every hole or crevice of more than 3 cm must be properly closed, electrical wires, objects that can be broken or bitten, and harmful substances must disappear.

If this is the first time you release it into the house, you should follow it to make sure that no problems occur or find an escape route.