When the first Covid-lockdown happened last year I decided I needed something to occupy my time, so set about creating a built-for-streaming ferret enclosure in my shed. How I came to that decision is a very long story you can hear about on the Youtube channel. But after streaming 24/7 for 155 days, together with my business partner in this venture, Richard Reay, we feel ready to start sharing tech-focused guides and tips with you.
In this first video I offer 5 key tips we have learned that might prove useful to other content makers thinking about streaming the antics of their pets.
Whether it’s an aquarium in the garage, a view of your cat with a litter of new kittens (kittens ALWAYS do well on the internet) or some other furry/feathered friend you think would bring a smile to people’s faces, there is a growing hunger for live streaming animals. Maybe it’s because so many people are stuck indoors? I can’t imagine what it would be like in this lock down if I didn’t have my furry friends for company, and some people live in accommodation where they’re not allowed pets.
Whatever your reason for wanting to stream your pets, I hope these 5 tips are useful. We will be making more detailed tech guides as the weeks go on. And since the point of making this channel is for it to become a business that can support Richard and myself financially, I must take this opportunity to ask you to subscribe on Youtube if you enjoy the video. It’s free to do, and means you’ll always know when we post new content.
If you really love what we’re doing and want to help us grow to the point where we can offer a home to more, rescue ferrets, in a few months time, you can support us on Patreon too.
I hope you enjoy the video: