Have a question about YOUR
ferret, call the FLC. They are
not veterinarians, but they will try to help or refer you to someone who can.
call your vet or an emergency clinic.
We are a rescue group that takes in homeless, abandoned, and needy ferrets. We evaluate them, get them current on shots, and any medical
treatment they may need before finding them a forever home. We are not a business, but
a volunteer organization.
If you are interested in adopting
please complete the
and email it to
It usually takes a few business hours
process the application.
NOTE: The rescue will be closed
for adoptions from February 1-10. We
will continue to receive surrendered
ferrets and applications for adoption,
however, appointments to visit the
shelter and choose a ferret will be
scheduled for after February 10th.
If you need to surrender your ferret,
972-286-5778 to schedule an appointment.
We ask for a $25 donation/ferret to help cover medical expenses,
such as rabies, distemper and microchipping.
Alvin Hook 316 259 2154 - firstname.lastname@example.org (for answers on how to reform your ferret)
Animal Control/Lost ferrets
Mary 214 762 8785 email@example.com (for animal control, lost ferrets and vets only)
For information on adoption or surrender please call:
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM only
972-286-5778 or 214-407-7543
Would you like to donate a small amount
on a regular basis?
Here's a great way to help out the rescue and not break the bank.
If a ferret is in a
and there’s no one there to hear it,
is he really dooking? A.C.
Click here to
visit our wonderful
Mark your calendar and join us!!
January 11, 2015 at Petco in Grapevine for our semi-annual auction
to raise funds for the rescue. More information.