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Keeping your ferret entertained is easy. You’ll have hours of fun with your fuzzy just by using things you probably already have around your home.
Boxes, sheets, old shoes– you name it, and your ferret will probably love playing with it. There are some important caveats:
Your ferret’s favorite toys will be even more fun if you get in the act. A favorite game is to put a ferret in a pillowcase and then sitting back to watch the fun.
All you have to do is lay a sheet or a T-shirt on the floor and watch your ferret scurry in and around it. Even better, lay the items on top of your ferret. If you dare, put your ferret on your unmade bed.
If you have some old work shoes or athletic shoes that you don’t mind sacrificing, they would make great toys for your ferret. Somehow, ferrets love the scent.
PVC tubing, dryer vents and the like make ideal playgrounds for ferrets. Put them together into a maze and you’ll keep your pet entertained for hours.
Old purses and backpacks. Your ferret will enjoy making a nest out of these items. You may soon find they used the many nooks and crannies as hiding spots for their loot.
These make ideal toys. You can put them in a sturdy box to be batted around. Or, you can just let them roll around loose to see what your ferret does with them.
Just like little children, ferrets are often more amused by the box than the toy that came in it. Cut holes in them and align them so your ferrets can go in and out and up and down.
Ferrets love to dig and you can make some great free homemade toys with items they’ll love to scrabble through. You can do the same if you take them outside to play: Make a pile of leaves and watch your ferrets scurry.
You can always fill a dishpan with water and let your ferret splash it around if you don’t mind a little mess. Your ferret will likely make its own raft if you leave some floatable items around. The games it will come up with will entertain both of you.
Sometimes you don’t need any toys at all. Play tag with your ferrets or just chase them around the room. Just spending playtime with you is the best homemade toy of all.
Ferrets sometimes pick their own toysDo not give your ferret anything that would not be appropriate for a child under the age of three. This includes rubber squeaky toys, cardboard tubes and toys with small parts that can break off.
Watch out for metal items containing brass, cadmium, zinc, and/or lead, which can be deadly to ferrets.
While toys for large dogs are generally okay because they are intended to withstand a big dog’s strong teeth, toys for smaller dogs (including rawhide chew toys) and for cats (especially those containing catnip) are not recommended.
Don’t give your ferret a toy that you would regret losing forever. Your car keys or your favorite pair of socks would not make good toys. Keep them out of your ferret’s reach.
That said, here are some fun homemade toys for your ferret.
Or, watch your ferret encounter a yo-yo or a remote-controlled car in action. (Do not leave those items where your ferret can get to them unsupervised, however.).
Don’t give your ferret a toy that you would regret losing forever. If you have some old work shoes or athletic shoes that you don’t mind sacrificing, they would make great toys for your ferret. Just like little children, ferrets are often more amused by the box than the toy that came in it. Ferrets love to dig and you can make some great free homemade toys with items they’ll love to scrabble through. Your ferret’s favorite toys will be even more fun if you get in the act.