Watch this family of pet ferrets take part in hilarious cooking skits2021|00:50
This family of ferrets have become TikTok stars by playing the role of 'chefs' in cookery videos.Jay Plum Berry, 18, has five pet ferrets - Lucas, six, Matilda, three, and Matthew, Drixie and Daisy, all aged one.While experimenting in the kitchen he had the idea of creating little cooking skits starring his furry friends.He edits the videos together showing each step of the cooking process and the finished meal with the ferrets playing the role of chefs.The videos have helped skyrocket his social media to viral status and @floofnoodles now gets millions of views worldwide on Instagram and TikTok.Jay, of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, is now a self-styled "Ferret influencer".He said: "It's challenging looking after five ferrets but fun too. They are sleepy guys, they sleep 20 hours daily, and stay active for 4-6 hours. "They start jumping all around the house, stealing and hiding small things from you when they are awake."They are little guys that need supervision at all times when out of the cage. "The more ferrets you get, the more responsibilities such as vet bills, more food, more cleaning. You will need to take action. Challenging but fun!"After uploading my first cooking videos, the making of PB&J sandwich and hamburger video with ferret chef, I noticed that cooking videos were going viral every time I uploaded a new one. "Then, I started cooking different dishes from around the world, like Mexican and Russian food."It's shown cuteness and happiness by my ferrets for anyone that needs it. We all need to be happy you know."It makes me happy because I mostly see my followers' smiling reactions to my videos. Reactions from my followers all over the world."My favourite video is the one of the ferret chefs making the dish 'ratatouille.' It my first time cooking the dish 'ratatouille' and I'm so proud of myself for making that cooking video."Anyone can become a chef, even a little guy like a ferret."