What to know about the new EU rule that prevents egg-laying male ferrets from drinking water

Contigo is one of the breeds most common in Australia, with a population of over 1.5 million.

But the Australian Government has decided to restrict ferrets to a single hot water tank in their homes to protect their eggs.

While some countries allow male ferret to drink the same water as females, this is not the case in Australia.

Ferrets, which are not native to the continent, are considered domestic pets.

The EU has decided that ferrets must drink water from the tank when it is not being used by a human.

Ferret owner, David Pemberton, said the EU rule was the right decision for Australia and he welcomed it.

“This is the right thing to do.

I think it’s the right one for our community,” Mr Pemberson said.”

It’s really important to make sure ferrets don’t have access to water in the first place.

Ferries are a very special breed, and when we are trying to protect the environment, it is very important for us to keep them away from the wild and our natural environment.”

Ferrets are a social animal, with their own families, which they spend their lives with.

Ferrets spend the majority of their time in the tank, which is designed to allow them to swim, play and nurse their young.

But many people in Australia are concerned about the health of their ferrets and have written to the Government to ask it to reconsider.

“I think it is absolutely wrong to have ferrets in a house with their mother, and I would hope that we could do that in other countries,” Dr Mark Poulter, a veterinary veterinary professor at the University of Western Australia, told Al Jazeera.

“In Europe, you can’t put ferrets on a hot water system and have them drink the water, but that is something that Australia does.”

Australia’s legislation is very good, and the EU should do the same.

“But Mr Poulters group thinks that the Australian authorities should take the right approach.”

The regulations in Australia were put in place so that ferret owners could safely store their animals and that’s what they do,” he said.

Ferres are very social animals and they need to be kept away from humans, and this is what we should be doing.”

Ferret owners have expressed concern about how the EU regulation will affect their ferret.

“We are a small family of about 8 ferrets, and our mother is one and we are also part of a litter of four or five ferrets,” Mr Ritchie said.”[But] we do have a little bit of space in the house, so we’re happy that we’re getting that.”

But I have heard from some ferret breeders who are worried that this will have an impact on their ferres, because the rules say that the ferrets can only drink one hot water bottle at a time, but in our situation, it’s very unlikely that we would have any issues.

“If it were to affect our ferrets too much, then I think we’d just have to make our own decision about whether we wanted to move out of our house.”

Ferrets in Australia have also had problems with water pollution in recent years.

In 2014, the Environmental Protection Authority in Australia (EPA) found that there were concerns about the water quality in the region.

The EPA concluded that there was insufficient evidence to establish that the drinking water quality had deteriorated significantly in recent times.