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is any one willing to swap a sable mitt jill kit for a 3yr old sandy jill.
she is very tame.manchester area
 

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i have a silver jill...around 18month old if thats any help :)
 

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where abouts are you. is she entire or spayed.
do you have a pic.
 

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anybody
 

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she is entire, has a workin background, but has had litters of kits and never killed any. :)
and ill pm you a pic asap :)
 

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heres 2 pics of the jill

 

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no particular reason. just wanted a silver or sable mit. if i get no interest she can stay and ill keep one of my kits as a friend for her.
 

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Oh right.. i see
no offense but i think it's abit unfair to play swopsies with animals because you are after a particular colour preference. Rather selfish in my opinion.

But whatever.
 

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this little girl might be comin to live with me :)

shes a stunner :flrt:
 

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we have a deal this one is going to xprincessx
 

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cant wait :)
 

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i had lolly the 1 pictured here.
but he has kits for sale :)
 

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she is entire, has a workin background, but has had litters of kits and never killed any. :)
and ill pm you a pic asap :)
Are you for real??? She has been used for chasing rabbits/rats out of holes or her parents were which makes you think she'd kill her babies? If so that must be the reason that polecats are rare in the wild then because they can't help themselves and kill their babies to satisfy their blood lust:censor:
Theres no difference between a working ferret or a pet ferret perhaps bar the fact that a working one gets a mainly natural diet and gets to follow its instincts during the winter months, they are both domesticated polecats.

Can you tell I work my ferrets???:lol2:
 

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no lolly isnt the mum to the kits.
lolly cant have babies!

and i think theres a difference between pet and working ferrets.
in there nature.
my harley (big hob) loves my pet rabbit, doesnt bother with it, he doesnt care that the rabbits in the same room, hops outside his cage etc.
but the silver i had, went MAD when she new there was a rabbit in the room, coz she was worked. and harley wasnt.

thats what i ment.
 
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