Most of the ferrets that are surrendered to us are of adoptable age and health.
But some are either too old or have illnesses that make them "undesirable" to others.
Since we are a NO KILL SHELTER, we place these ferrets in a safe, loving,
forever foster home to live out the rest of their lives as comfortably as we can make it.
The cost of supporting these ferrets has grown beyond our expectations simply because they are living longer as a result of better care and a greater understanding of the different types of diseases. Please consider sponsoring one (or more) of our fosters to help pay for their medical needs.
Fostered ferrets have no adoption fee and we cover their medical bills for life. You will only be responible for providing food, toys, and a forever home.
If you have any questions you can contact the rescue at (972) 286-5778
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This again is a pair. He is a lovebug, plays but is calm about it, not bouncing off the walls. Toys are ok but not humans which he prefers. He is used to cats and dogs but again, they aren't humans which is his preference. She is also a calm little ferret, kinda a loner, prefers to investigate everything and knows when something new is added or taken away, she is not into playing, thinks it is stupid. Let him do his thing..........also, of course, used to cats and dogs, doesn't really care if they live or die. They are there, so what.