Here are a few shots of the Triad eating a dressed quail. This is a step toward getting them to eat the whole prey version (I've ordered a few different ages of whole prey quail, so \o/. The next thing to get them is chicks!)
That was the first time I fed them live out there and I think it threw Mango for a loop Usually she doesn't have that much trouble but her mouse was pretty lively. And Tonks was convinced the only mouse was in the crate with Kiwi so she kept trying to go back and didn't even see her mouse
haha Yummy! How they find such glop so appetizing I will never know...though I guess I do like corn beef hash, and taco salad...not a meat smoothie though! The blue on that food dish - is that a rubber grippy bottom? Watch Out if so! Ferrets think rubber is super healthy candy and perfect for chewing and eating. Keep an eye on it for any signs of claw, or tooth-induced damage. I love Mr. Bean btw he is adorable.
Thanks, when I got Mojo (male guinea pig) back from my younger sister because she couldn't take care of him properly, he came with almost a million bowls. That was one of them, so I'll keep my eye on him, I'll switch it out with a ceramic one Mojo is using.
The back half of a rabbit after the ferrets and kitten have had a couple days with it. The nastyness behind is the tripe they didn't want so they spread it all over the floor That's why they have a washable feeding den
Post by Little Wise Owl on Nov 11, 2010 15:07:00 GMT -5
I find the the picture of the kitten and ferrets eating the rabbit very fascinating and a good example to use against people who insist that cats, dogs and ferrets always eat the intestinal tract of their prey (not including food like mice and rats that're usually eaten as a whole).