Daisy, Holly, Miss Wendy and Eric de Ferret back again!
First of all, thanks for the helpful advice regarding instructing ferret wooing!
Miss Wendy has been 'Done', so the 'Poor Man in Trouble' is a no goer!
Eric has lost his jewels so he doesn't wake up with a glint in his eye either!
Last night there was no screaming at four or even five but we did find a poo in the sleeping area, so Miss Wendy did have a 'Moment' with Eric but it looks like Eric went back to sleep!
Wendy came out with us for a walk and had a great time ferreting in the long grass.
Back home Eric was showing off 'cos he didn't go out for a walk and when they came out of the cage for a rampage around the house Eric chases Wendy, who then hides under some boxes and when they finally meet.....................well, that's when the fight started!
If ever you have been close enough when ferrets are having a punch up you will know they have the same defencive action that a skunk has and it don't 'arf make your eyes water.....Phew!
Lunchtime came and it was just too hot for Eric to come out with us, he said he would stay on the hammock and catch the breeze as it wafted through the window and across his tummy!
Not that we worried 'cos that means Holly and I can go at our own speed and try to mug anyone who had any food!
We came across one Two Legs but he told us to 'Woof Off', in his own language!
We went for a drive as well 'cos Old Two Legs had to drop some stuff off at the carriers and we had plenty of time to enjoy the air con in the car, super and almost too cold!
So, let's hope there is peace and quiet tonight and they stay snoozing until it's getting up time!
Better still, we creep into the office and find them cuddled up on the hammock.
I suppose that is a little too much to ask for at the moment, but, claws crossed, they have three weeks before we go on holiday and we want them in the same cage by then!
See you tomorrow.
Daisy, Holly, Miss Wendy and Eric de Ferret.