I didn't intend to respond to any more of your nonsense but, since you asked so nicely, I'll post one more time...even though I know it's a lost cause that anything I say will result in better care for your ferrets. l'll tell you why no one told you that your kits look well. Because they don't. First of all, they lack condition, undoubtedly due to their inadequate nutrition and subsequent dehydration. Look at the sunken eyes of the kit in the first photo...a classic sign of dehydration. Polecats evolved to get most of their moisture from their prey so ferrets don't have the thirst instinct needed to keep hydrated when fed a dry food. Kibble fed ferrets are chronically moderately to severely dehydrated and it's usually worse in young kits like these. Hopefully the new owners (if there are any) will know enough to recognize that they are in desperate need of good food and proper care.