|The Milton Ferrets|
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|Gender||5 Males, 1 Female|
|Owner(s)||Henry Milton (formerly)|
|Friends & Family|| Themselves, |
|Affiliation||Jeeves, Mr. Steward|
|Location||Dimension Prime, Babylon Gardens, Milton Estate|
The Milton Ferrets, (Keene, Lana, Duke, Simon, Rock and Pit) are the pet ferrets of the deceased multi-billionaire Henry Milton. After passing on Mr. Henry left most of his fortune and his main estate to the Ferrets, and they now spend their days leisurely spending money. They first appeared in Money Sharks. The Ferrets hold a bigger role later on when Keene; the leader, starts the Equal Chance Program. They all appeared for first time in Meanwhile Back In Babylon but were detailed which was who.
Official Site BiographyEdit
The six ferrets left an enormous multi-billion dollar fortune by their late owner, Mr. Henry Milton. Milton was responsible for the construction of Babylon Gardens which he meant as a paradise for pet owners and pets, his ultimate plans for which were never quite finished nor even fully explained. Due to constant difficulties with his few remaining members of his family, he left the majority of his fortune to his pets, who now pretty much waste it all on whatever they like. There’s far more money than they can even do stupid things with.
The Ferrets inherited the money of their deceased owner, and immediately started wasting it on many things. They held an unexplained contest with a prize, which Bino tried to win, but in the end the winner was Daisy. They then later created the Theme Park themed Theme Park; Theme Park World.
As a group the Ferrets haven't done much, but they have also operated separately. Keene started and manages the Equal Chance Program, a project which tries to make animals full citizens. Rock manages lots of media, so he appears whenever there is something involving cameras.
The de-facto chief of the bunch who wears a red collar, and is usually seen wearing his characteristic shades. Keene is one of the few that feels guilty about inheriting all that money and not carrying on his owner’s legacy to any significant degree. These pangs of guilt subside when he drowns himself in orange soda. He started the Equal Chance Program to help animals gain a higher role in society, and realize his father's dream. Keene was properly introduced in Did I Mention You're My Best Friend?.
Sensible, but silly, Lana is the only girl of the bunch and she wears a pink collar. She takes care of the household management and maintains a proper ladylike attitude with all of their employees and clients, except when she doesn’t want to. She likes texting, and is usually seen with a phone in her hand. Lana was properly introduced in The Spirit of Competition.
Duke speaks his mind, and what’s on his mind is usually exactly what’s in front of him. He is the youngest of the ferrets, and acts like a little kid. He likes to be entertained and depends on the others. He has a light-blue collar. Duke hasn’t caught onto the subtle art of subtlety yet. Duke was properly introduced in The Delicious Bold Taste That Money Can't Buy.
Simon will say anything as long as it gets him in the spotlight. He wears a blue collar. Simon has to be explicitly and repeatedly told to stop appearing on daytime talkshows, and when he didn’t, they issued a blanket gag order against all media companies, everywhere, to consult with Mr. Steward before Simon is put on the air, under penalty of their company being bought up and subsequently dissolved. Who says money can’t solve all your problems? Simon was properly introduced in The More Things Change.
Rock will nevertheless get himself into enormous amounts of trouble with the fewest tools necessary. Rock's personality started differentiating when he began a career in media work, starting in Noob Tube. After starting his career, Rock became very orderly and direct, and he cares about budget. He is usually seen with his camera crew, documenting important events. Rock sports a green collar and was properly introduced in A Man Of Secrets A Ferret Of None.
A total spendthrift with a literal white collar, Pit wants absolutely anything that strikes his fancy. Most ridiculous purchase so far: an abandoned missile silo, which he cleared out then filled with vanilla pudding. He claims that it was part of a charity event. He now owns and hosts a popular radio program. Pit was introduced in First Things First.
- They are named after cartoon show Captain N's main characters: Kevin Keene, Princess Lana, Duke, Simon Belmont, Kid Icarus (based on the game character Pit) and Megaman (original japanese name Rockman, or simply Rock).
- In They Pity The Foo, Joey poses as their "long-lost cousin Aran", referring to Samus Aran from Metroid.
|Dogs||Peanut | Bino | Fox | King | Tarot | Fido | Joey | Sasha | Tiger | Bailey | Ralph | Kevin | Duchess | Rex | Lester | Dallas | Yeltsin | Boris | Satau | Mungo|
|Cats||Grape | Max | Sabrina | Marvin | Res | Jasper | The Bigglesworths | Fiddler and Keys | Delusional Steve | Ptah|
|Others||Zach | The Milton Ferrets (Keene, Lana, Rock, Simon, Pit and Duke) | The Wolves Pack | Karishad | Raccoons | Itsuki | Jessica | Spo | Squeak | Jata | What Chicken | Bruce and Roosevelt|
|Humans||Earl Sandwich | Jill Sandwich | Ryan Byron | Bill Lindberg | Jerry Arbelt | Jeff | Jake | Jeeves | Mr. Steward | Joel Robinson|
|Fictional||Spot (Superdog) | Stripe | Jim-Jim | Bat-Bat | Regular Hawk | Criminals | Pridelands Characters|
|Celestials||Pete the Griffin | Spirit Dragon | Great Kitsune | Cerberus | Bahamut | Denizens of Heaven|