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Ferret stealing baby's toy;)

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Published on Mar 14, 2010

How Zoe is stealing a toy from our 4 months old son.

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Fluttershy MLP
I dont see why people get so butthurt over this, the ferret didnt bite the baby, and if you train them well enough, they wont bite. I know some people dont trust them, but they truely are good animals, ive had a lot of them before and not one has ever bitten me.
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SELF ISH
Theirs parents supervising !! U guys act like the ferret is gunna eat the god damn baby obviously if the parents arent doing anything it's bc they know that the ferret isn't gunna bite it
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John Canavi
The kid is like "What just happened? D:"
Sid Knee
This Ferret is a Silvermit. Silvermit's have good temperaments and if your into Ferrets have at least one Silvermit.
Ferocious Ferret
My PRECIOUS.....dook dook. ..
Shaleena's world
The poor baby looks soooo confused
Ivan Cortes
Aweee omg lol so cute both of them lol the ferret looks so innocent and the baby is like "hey my toy".
Rikoeip
looks like my ferret, Oliver cute
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Kim Nelson
I see a lot of comments about how these parents in the video shouldn't have let the ferret with the baby but like everyone else said, the Ferret didn't bite the baby or even try to cause harm to it. As said if you train a ferret not to bite they will not bite. Also I don't see a problem as the parents are supervising Baby-Ferret play time, so if something did happen the parents are right there to stop it or prevent it. I have two Ferrets myself. My first was a female who is currently 5 months who used to bite all the time when we got her. Now, after training her by scruff and hiss she only bites when she is overly playful and excited but won't hurt or break skin like she used too. The other ferret I have is a 4 month old male who has never bitten anyone and is very calm and cuddly natured and would never hurt anyone if his life depended on it.
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