Think of your ferret’s cage as his home. Just like you need a place to rest and get away from it all, so does your ferret. Pick a spot for your ferret cage that isn’t in the main traffic flow of your home but at the same time, don’t shut him away from the family.
Find a spot for your ferret’s cage where he will be able to observe the family’s activities and at the same time, be entertaining to you and your children.
The cage will need to be 12 to 15 cubic feet per ferret. You can change the “layout” of most ferret cages so this isn’t as big as it sounds. Ferrets are very active so be sure you give him plenty of room to run.
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