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NYC to legalize ferrets, but this advocate thinks city is a bunch of weasels

Soon, you may be able to proudly strut down Broadway with your pet ferret -- with no fear of reprisals. After a long fight, New York City is set to repeal a law banning keeping the lean, musky scented animals as pets.New York's most vocal ferret advocate, however, says the city is still trying to weasel out of it's responsibilities....

Soon, you may be able to proudly strut down Broadway with your pet ferret -- with no fear of reprisals. After a long fight, New York City is set to repeal a law banning keeping the lean, musky scented animals as pets.


New York's most vocal ferret advocate, however, says the city is still trying to weasel out of it's responsibilities.

Listen to our interview with David Guthartz, president of New York Ferret's Rights Advocacy.

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