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Ferret Friday #25-Photo shoot

Most of the time, I capture A. E. wherever and whenever I am able.  For Halloween, I wanted the shot to be a bit more posed.  I knew that this would take some doing.  Of course, the week before Halloween went by so fast that I didn't get a chance to make the pirate hat until Sunday night.  This made my window of opportunity very short indeed since Halloween was on Monday and the post needed to be up before I left for work on Monday.  After I had finished the hat, I gathered everything that I would need so that I would be ready when A. E. appeared from his latest snooze. I also enlisted the Hubster to be the ferret wrangler and Ferrevite giver.
 A. E. was quite willing to take part in the Ferrevite portion of the photo shoot.
 I love how his hair is mussed up in this shot after he rubbed the hat off.

 He seems to be thinking "Really? I can't believe you are making me do this."

 He liked the pumpkin and was very willing to explore it.

In the end, there were lots of cute pictures.  There were very few pictures with the hat though because he could get the hat off faster than you can imagine. Fortunately, I got one and that is all that I needed.  AE looked so cute that I was even willing to overlook Hubster's foot in the background.

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