Angoras were first bred at Carolina Ferrets in 2005. Since then, more colors have emerged and the breeding program is expanding to be able to keep up with the demand. Our angoras bloodlines are beautiful and sociable with humans.Contrary to certain myths, angoras are not large ferrets. Angoras crossed to regular domestic ferrets of larger size will be larger ferrets. Angora ferrets have hair in the nostrils, and come in a variety of colors and patterns. Carolina Ferrets will have a limited number o Angoras for sale this spring.Orders can be placed at carolinaferrets.net.
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ReleaseAugust 26, 2008
Date AddedJanuary 20, 2001
Operating SystemsWindows, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP