She smuggles it back into the U.S. under her shirt by pretending she is pregnant and she sleeps with it on her bed that night, only to find out from a veterinarian the next day that it is a Mexican sewer rat who is dying.
But according to Metro News and other sources, some vendors at a flea market in Argentina are duping people into buying ferrets pumped up on steroids from birth and tricked out to look like Toy Poodles.
One man bought two of them for $175 each, thinking he had gotten pets worth $1000 each until he took them to the veterinarian.
Some people think ferrets are the coolest pets ever, but local people call these rodents "Brazillian rats" which isn't a very marketable name.
The Daily Mail lists some differences between a Toy Poodle and a ferret, but come on, anyone who doesn't know the difference should not be trusted with money or sharp objects.
This is really all you need to know: