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This FAQ is posted around the 20th of each month to the rec.pets,
alt.pets.ferrets, alt.answers, rec.answers, and news.answers
newsgroups.  It's stored on various internet access systems and BBS's,
including Compuserve and (I think) AOL, and it can be found in either
English or Japanese (possibly a slightly older version) in library3
of the FPETS forum in Japan's NiftyServe system.  For information about
translations of the FAQ, email me
or see the list at Ferret Central
<http://www.ferretcentral.org/>
on the WWW.

The Ferret FAQ is also available on the World Wide Web, as a fully-
indexed, cross-linked set of documents for browsing with Netscape
Navigator, lynx, or any other WWW client.  Open the URL
<http://www.ferretcentral.org/>

The FAQ is available by anonymous FTP in the directory
<ftp://ftp.optics.rochester.edu/pub/pgreene/>
(that is, ftp to ftp.optics.rochester.edu and cd to the indicated
directory).  The files themselves are called part1.faq through
 part5.faq.

It can be found, along with hundreds of other FAQs on a wide variety
of topics, at any of the news.answers archives or mirrors; for
instance, by FTP at
<ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/pets/ferret-faq/>
or on the Web at 
<http://www.faqs.org/faqs/pets/ferret-faq/>.

If you don't have access to FTP, or if the server is busy (as it often
is), you can also request the files by mail.  You can receive all five
parts in separate email messages by sending a message to
<listserv@cunyvm.cuny.edu>
with the single line (in the body of the message)
GET ANSWERS PACKAGE FERRET
To receive only a single part, instead send a command like
GET ANSWERS PART1 FERRET

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