I have learned some things from this though and while I have no plans to feed my fuzzys kibble I am going to make sure they will eat it. 1 in case they are lost and found i want them to eat long enough to be returned, 2 in a vet emergency I want them to be able to eat whatever the hospital wants to feed them.
Haha yes thanks Unclejoe when Rikki was first given to me I put him in a guinea pig cage with those news paper pellets. The poor thing was so confused. I was told he could eat cat food and live outside. I never put him outside but I really appreciate him putting up with me through my learning and the information is getting so much better. They are using the bowls but I left the bottles in for a bit just in case they think water bowls are for playing bottles are for drinking.
I'm sorry Loki passed.
We bot our first ferret at Pet Supermarket, and they pushed all the Marshal products, like Good-Bye-Odor, ferret lax, etc. They recommended a 24 inch square cage with a rectangular litter box and care fresh bedding. Bella didn't mind it, but it was a pain to clean, and too small for 2 ferrets.