It depends on the ferrets and cats. My ferrets try to kill my cats and my cats are terrified of my ferrets. But my dogs and ferrets play together. My rabbit and ferret fight though,
Ferrets do not kill cats, in fact cats are usually scared of ferrets.
Ferrets do not eat cats
ferrets go great with cats
No. Cats and ferrets are completely different species and cannot breed or produce offspring.
Chocolate is toxic to ferrets, dogs and cats
No, ferrets are a member of the weasel family
Ferrets can be trained to use a litter box (one made for ferrets, not cats)
Ferrets are Carnivores just like cats!!! I own 12 of them and have for a little over 7 yrs now cats are murderous???
No. Ferrets are exactly like cats. They hate water.
Ferrets don't produce dander which in cats cause people to be allergic.
ferrets get fleas like any other animal. they can catch it from the park, or from any dogs/cats/other ferrets.
Ferrets are in the weasel family (ermines, minks stoats, etc) Mustelidae.
ferrets are not as popular as cats or dogs and they r not rear they r in the middle
animals that can catch them as in: cats, foxes,weselzels,ferrets, and frogs eat them animals that can catch them as in: cats, foxes,weselzels,ferrets, and frogs eat them
Yes. They make great play mates, but it is always good to keep a close eye on them. Some cats might perceive ferrets as prey.
Ferrets are pretty popular in the world they are the third largest kept animal as a pet (1st dogs, 2nd cats, 3rd ferrets).
No, they are two different species.
Some ferrets have thicker or longer fur than others, like cats. Depends on what your interpretation of "fluffy" is.
No, Ferrets do not carry any diseases, but they are subject to be infected with various illnesses from humans, cats, and dogs.
Yes, any enzyme toothpaste specifically for cats or dogs works fine on ferrets.
if your ferrets are around other pets and go outside then it is advised that they go and get shots the same as cats and dogs, although i dont take my ferrets to the vet
Ferrets are not good pets for any children. There are no tests for allergic reactions for human from ferrets. Ferrets don't produce dander like cats, which causes allergic reactions in humans.
No, Because Ferrets are cuter, faster an more ninja-y. Not necessarily. It depends on your lifestyle and the individual animal. In my opinion, cats are the best, but I've never had a ferret, so.
Some ferrets do suffer from allergies, the most common are food allergies (causes digestive problems) and topical allergies (irritants to the skin). I've haven't read anything about ferrets being allergic to other animals, but it's possible. no, ferrets are not allergic to cats normaly, but like humans, as well as other animals, they can have/get allergies, i have 2 ferrets, 2 cats, two dogs, and a bird.......no problems with any of them :)
Ferrets are very intelligent animals. They definitely are not any less smart than cats or dogs, but they are not as easy to train.
rats, ferrets, cats, dogs, possums
Their cats - in fact they were really ferrets.
Stoats dogs, cats and ferrets
Possums, Feral Cats, Rats, Stoats and Ferrets
* Sarcoptic mange which is uncommon in ferrets housed indoors. * Ear Mites (Otodectes cynotes) are common in ferrets and can be acquired from cats, dogs or other ferrets * The harvest mite (trombicula autumnalis) can cause sores on the underside of the nech and trunk of ferrets, particulary during the autumn period
Ferrets are listed as suborder under dogs, but are of the genus Mustela (as opposed to common cats of the genus Felis), related to weasels, not felines, and ferrets should never be mistaken for rodents.
Ferrets are legal in Jacksonville, Fl. Check with city hall as you may have to obtain a license for a ferret, like dogs and cats
Ferrets and birds. Gerbils have no natural instinct to fear cats.
They look a bit like weasels or ferrets.
Mice, meer cats, ferrets, hamsters, squirrrels.... think that.
Mice, meer cats, ferrets, hamsters, squirrels, elephants
Dogs, cats, rats, mice, ferrets
Ferrets and cats are both carnivores
Chocolate is toxic to ferrets, cats, and dogs
Cats, dogs, ferrets, snakes. Some lizards.
Cats probably contract the flu from close contact with infected humans. Ferrets also can catch the flu.
Well there is no difference between the ferrets but they get along well with cats and might bite the toes of other animals
No. This is a common misconception. While some people who are allergic to cats/dogs, may be able to have ferrets, this doesn't mean they are hypoallergenic. They just have different dander.
Diseases shared by cats (and dogs) and ferrets As with any kind of virus, it can change and mutate. Ferrets are the preferred animal for many experimental vaccine and virus tests. Rabies - All mammals are susceptible to rabies if not vaccinated. Protozoan parasites especially Giardia, Cryptosporidium and Coccidia, can cause intestinal disease among ferrets Ringworm a fungal disease of the skin has been reported in young ferrets and may be transmitted by infected cats… Read More
Chocolate is toxic to ferrets, cats, and dogs. It can kill them
dogs cats ferrets birds fishies etc.
No. Cats eat rabbits, and can easily kill them. Cats are very territorial, so they really don't like other animals living with them. They are fine with ferrets, though. Even if your cat didn't eat the rabbit, the bunny would become very nervous, and miserable, it would be afraid of the cat's size. So, to finish of my answer, no animals can live with cats happily apart from ferrets.
Ferrets don't produce pet dander that is found on cats and produces allergies in humans. Currently, there are no methods to test for being allergic to a ferret, You might try visiting a pet store with ferrets to see if you have a reaction.
Ferrets, polecats, foxes, cats, dogs, badgers, lynxes, wild cats... Basically anything that will eat meat will eat a rabbit.