Shop Ferret Bedding

Standard Hammocks • Pocket Hammocks • Corner Hammocks • Sleeper Sacks • Snuggle Tubes



Visit JRSart Ferret & Small Animal Bedding on Etsy »

Legalization

Australia Illegal: Queensland Northern Territory Legal: ACT (license required) Brazil Allowed, only if microchipped and sterilized. Japan No restrictions, unless in the Hokkaido prefecture where ferrets must be registered. New Zealand Illegal to sell, breed and distribute. United States Illegal in these locations: California Hawaii New York City Washington, DC Legal: Legal in all other […]

Read More »

Ferrets are not rodents

Ferrets are actually a type of weasel and belong to the genus Mustela, of the family Mustelidae. Weasels are not rodents, but their diet often consists of preying on rodents.

Read More »

History of Ferrets

The ferret, closely related to the polecat, originated in Europe. They are descended from the European polecat (Mustela putorius). Ferrets were officially (genetically considered) domesticated approximate 2,500 years ago. Throughout history where evidence of ferrets appeared,¬†their purpose was primarily for hunting rabbits, and less commonly for other rodents and moles. They¬†only became common as pets […]

Read More »