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From: "autumn whispers"
Date: 2008-07-19 17:00:06 UTC
Subject: Re: [ferrethealth] Normal ferret "awake" times

Thanks for the replies everyone. My only real concern was/is if ferrets who
have a lot of awake and 'in the light' time are at greater risk of adrenal
disease than those who sleep more. I'm assuming that this is not the case?
The reason I ask is due to the discussions regarding ferrets having 'total
dark' when they sleep etc, and I was concerned that ferrets who are awake a
lot and playing in light, daylight, etc. may be at a greater risk. But
also...are ferrets who are in the beginning stages of adrenal more prone to
sleeping or awake? Obviously I still have a lot to learn about adrenal

Am I just over-thinking things here?


On Fri, Jul 18, 2008 at 5:16 PM, gerald eiden <>

> Ella,
> Like skin kid, ferrets are all different. Some play longer and


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