National Ferret Day - 2022-04-02
What is National Ferret Day?
April 2nd is National Ferret Day – designated to celebrate and educate the public about this cute and playful pet. They get a bad rap as sneaky, mean little creatures, but they are actually affectionate, playful, and curious. Ferrets are carnivores belonging to the Mustelid family. They are called kits when they are born, and later grow up to 18 inches. A male ferret is a hob, and a female ferret is a jill. A neutered male ferret is a gib, and a neutered female ferret is a sprite. In order to keep ferrets healthy, you need to take them to the vet at least once a year. Ferrets need rabies and distemper vaccinations. Ferrets can develop dental problems, cancer of the pancreas, and adrenal disease, so it is important to check your ferret for signs of health abnormality.
When is National Ferret Day?
National Ferret Day, celebrated April 2nd of each year,
History of National Ferret Day
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