Rescued From Being Turned Into A Coat, This Woman Keeps The Sable As Her Pet Because She Cannot Survive In The Wild On Her Own

Zhenya saw a pic online of a sable. She loved it and went further to get more information about it. Sables have high-quality fur that comes in a range of colors.

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They are silky to the touch and maybe beige, to darker tones, and even black. Sable fur is therefore extravagantly expensive. In Russia, due to the high demand for fur coats, furry animals, among them wild sables, are reared for that.

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Zhenya rescued the sable by buying her out of the fur farm.

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She calls her Umora, and they live together now. She has to work hard to keep up with her as she has a complicated personality.

Umora is playful, cheeky, and likes stealing things. She is also intelligent and active.

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Zhenya is quick to say that a sable is a complicated pet to handle.

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Sable’s wild habitat is thick forests. Their territories may be within a four to thirty square kilometers area.

If the food supply gets low, they move six to twelve kilometers every day, looking for food. They burrow close to riverbanks and where the woods grow thickest.

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They are expert tree and cliff climbers and like hunting just before sunset. Apart from the breeding season when they get active in the daytime.

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