From Our Photo Studio: Pocus Outtakes

by Keri K. on January 9, 2010

Our photographers take a lot of photos to get that one that’s just right. While not every photo might be “cover worthy,” a lot of them can be funny or just plain cute. Here are a few outtakes of my ferret Pocus being bribed with FerreTone to stand still long enough for a shutter click!

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Have any tips for getting a ferret (or dog or cat or hamster or parakeet) to cooperate with a photo shoot? Share them with us in the comments!


Keri is a lead catalog designer for Drs. Foster and Smith and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from UW-Stout. She shares a small home with her husband, two Chinese Crested dogs, two cats, two ferrets, several reptiles and amphibians, and 30-some gallons of freshwater planted aquariums. See more articles by Keri K.

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James Dean January 20, 2010 at 10:04 pm

If you let them do their own thing and not pay attention to them they will act naturally and you will get more pleasing photos. If you stand there with a camera they will be paying attention to you and what you are doing.

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