Two things strike me. First, the names of males and females - Jills are the girls, and Hobs are the boys. In the olden days, Hob was the name for a ploughman. Females of any type were often referred to generally as "Jill" (a bit like "Jane Doe") or sometimes "Joan." Males were often referred to generally as "John" or "Jack" So these were seen as little peasants.
The second thing is how cute and lovable the ferrets look in their picture. Polecats are not in general considered to be very attractive little beasts, savage and smelly, but you can see that whoever bred them really liked them and looking at their photos, it's hard not to like them too. .