Should I be worried about my ferret and my baby? My husband and me got the ferret before I became pregnant. Now I only have about 2 months till me due date. Should I be worried about the ferret being around the baby? Our ferret has never tried to bite anyone, and my baby sister who is only one, has petted him and even pulled on him (we took him away from her when she did that) but he has never tried to bite her, only licked. Should I be worried? *I have posted this in the 0-12 mo babies, and just seen the pets opps)Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 10:44 PM on Apr. 13, 2009 in Pets
Keeping them separated should do fine. Just make sure the ferret can't reach the baby when it's out for playtime. In reality there is no reason for the ferret to be close to the baby or be able to get to the baby, so you should not have a problem. I'd watch out for it stealing baby items tho, our stole passies and bottles constantly.
Answer by RenaeMom3277 at 10:57 PM on Apr. 13, 2009
I wouldn't trust it, I would keep them apart for along time, Only good thing about a ferret when their about to attack they do a weird little dance, bouncing around, Their not domesticated like dogs or cats,their still a little wild, i know this because i had two of them years ago
Answer by LexsiesMommy at 10:05 AM on Apr. 14, 2009
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