Hey guys! As you might have noticed, I don’t really use this blog anymore. This is because I have a different one now, which some of you already know/follow. Because of reasons, I’m not gonna post the url publicly, but if you’re still interested in following me, go ahead and send a message to my ask box (not anonymously, of course) and I’ll give to to ya.
[Text taken from my future-ferret blog.]
My name is Koree, and I am in want of a ferret companion.
I’ve always been a lover of the small-and-furry, having owned fish, rabbits, dogs, cats, rats, sugar gliders, and even the less-small-but-equally-fuzzy goats and horses. I’ve always done loads of research before making a commitment to a specific pet, learning all I can about their diet, ideal habitat, behavior, needs, and how best to make sure they’re %100 taken care of. The same can be said for my interest in ferrets, though perhaps to a greater extent, since I’ve been looking into caring for them for several years. I’m not an expert by any means, having only handled others’ ferrets and not yet owned one of my own, but I’ve read many an article and watched many a video on all aspects of ferret care. I know about the ups and downs (and there are many of each!) of ferret ownership, and am entirely emotionally prepared for the task.
There’s just the financial bit to worry about.
What I Need
For a first-time ferret owner needing to acquire all the necessary supplies (listed below), the cost can be well over $1000. As I myself have just recently relocated, and am working hard to hunt wild applications and find work to cover my needs as well as a ferret’s, I went on the advice of a very wise man with much more experience than me in crowdfunding, and decided I’d take to the internet.
This is where, hopefully, you come in.
on the outside I may appear like an emotionless sarcastic piece of shit but just like an onion when you peel off more layers you find the exact same thing every single time and you start crying