> steve robinson wrote: > > > > FerretDad wrote: > > > > > Nothing much to say except my 2 girls are healthy and doing > > > fine. > > > > > > Time now for the hand feeding of warm gravy meal. Spoiled > > > creatures. Then let them romp around the house for the evening. > > > > > > :-D > > > > > > Ps - one friend wrote me this morning and said HI to my squeaky > > > creatures. I wrote him back and told him that they rarely > > > squeak. They are more like furry mimes. eheheh ;) > > > > I like that, my little buggers have just started drawing blood > > again, they didnt like the taste of me for a short while > > Good to hear from you, Steve. So tell me....do your kids bite too > hard in play or are they a bit wild since you sometimes keep them > outside...and just bite you as a natural instinct? (ie - a > defensive bite?)
They bite hard in play but they are a little wild too , stopped biting me for a while late last year and earlier this year which i thought strange, they must have realised that i was ill (even before i did)
In july the started ripping into me again, when i went to the hospital for more tests i told the doctor that i thought i was in remission he laughed when i told him the ferrets had taken blood samples before him
Their diagnosis was correct
I tasted like daddy again > > Jackie never bites me hard unless I put her AND my hand underneath a > blanket. I don't know how this game started but it started when she > was very young. She knows now that that is the time she is allowed > to bite as hard as she can....on the heel of my hand. She will " go > for it" too at that time. She will lick, then bite hard and > sometimes even shake her head back and forth as to tear off a chunk > of my hand. eheheh Naturally, I let her do this and just grit my > teeth as it can get a bit painful sometimes. She never bites other > than that situation. > > Mia will often play-bite me when I scruff her up (play hard with > her). It's just very gentle play-biting though.