The Forgotten History of Ferrets

Ever wonder why ferrets were domesticated and what they can do today? Their history is a lot more impressive than you might think and they just might be responsible for saving the life of someone you know…

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Photo Credits –
“Least Weasel” – Keven Law – – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0
“Young Eurasian Badger” – BadgerHero – – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported
“Mother Sea Otter with pup at Morro Rock, Feb. 12, 2007” – “Mike” Michael L. Baird – – Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic
“Mustela lutreola” – Nicolai Meyer – %C3%A4ischer_Nerz.jpg – All Rights Reserved; Reuse allowed by attribution to copyright holder.
“Wolverine aka James ‘Logan’ Howlett” – Marvel Studios – %22Logan%22_Howlett.png – All Rights Reserved; Promotional image released for the film “Wolverine”
“Honey Badger Don’t Care” – Author Unknown – – Widespread use; copyright information unavailable.
“Black-footed Ferret” – J. Michael Lockhart / USFWS – – Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generi
“Black mongoose photographed at Waterberg Plateau, Namibia” – Sfbergo – – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported
“Women hunting rabbits with a ferret” in the Queen Mary Psalter – – Public Domain
“The Picture shows a Ferret Scout Car Mk. 1/2 in Gulf War paint. Registration 18EA24” – Oliver Gottlob – – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Germany

Film/Sound Clip Credits –
“You will be baked… and then there will be cake.” – shihjayang – 8
“Chop Suey Ferrets” – MrNewff – Y
“Ferret Dooking” – Agnieszka Moszynska – Q
“Hell yeah.” from “StarCraft 2 – Hellbat Quotes” – starcraft2units – Q

Music Credits –
“Furious Freak” and “Fretless” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Additional disclaimer for this video: The way I am holding Wheatley to show his teeth is called “scruffing.” It doesn’t hurt, but it temporarily causes a ferret to go limp. It’s commonly used as a discipline technique, but I’ve never used it that way – I’ve only ever used it while grooming, so he does not see it at a punishment and it is completely safe. During the bath, when he is on his back, he is free to turn over whenever he wants – I’m not holding him in position. We have developed a relationship of trust over the years and he will often fall asleep in that position. I would never do anything to intentionally hurt my ferret.

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