Sunday, May 31, 2009
thanks for that lovely explanation...
The bad news? I've got to rely on E. to take care of my ferrets for two days. He's watched them, a long time ago--when Yew was still alive. He didn't do a bad job, per se [meaning they were still breathing when I got back], but he didn't do it right--and I allowed him to skip the cleaning up part of the care-taking.
I don't know--I plan on getting up early enough let them out for a few hours before we leave [this way I can clean the cage and get them fresh food before we go] so maybe they can stay caged until I get home? Anyone have an opinion? 'Cause too much can go wrong--especially since E. likes the ferrets, but isn't very fert-savvy.
Ugh. I don't know, but when I go up for the week-long stay in June, I'm taking them with me, anyway [which is why I need to look over the ferret room now, before they're dragged up there].
So, is two days [okay, well, two days, one night] too long for The Triad to stay caged? It'll be unusual for them, seeing as how they've always had at least 10-12 hours out of cage a day, but this is the way I'd feel most comfortable, but...you know.
Sorry about rambling, but at this point it's not unusual, is it?