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 Elizabeth Hamilton at (214) 240-3958 or dragongod_03@yahoo.com

Cherry

Age: 3 years 0 months
Gender: Female

This little girl was used as a demo in class rooms and knows how to show off. She is an escape artist and has lots and lots of tricks up her sleeve. Her and Peanuts are good friends, didn't come in together but met her and thus really do like each other - one of those mentor things. Cherry is a little doll and knows it

Kif

Age: 3 years 0 months
Gender: Male

Kif is very shy and is scared of strange places till he gets used to it. He is a cuddler and likes to be held. He likes other ferrets too and they seem to like him cause he cuddles with them too. He is adrenal and must have his yearly implant which we provide and he is slightly insulnomia which we supply the meds also. His medical will be paid for life (his, not yours). He is sweet and adorable. He loves his soup (which you can mix his meds into it) and just hand him the bowl - it'll come back to you as if it went through the dishwasher. He needs someone who will cuddle with him and love his altert expression when he is waiting for that soup

MaggiMo

Age: 7 years 0 months
Gender: Female

Yes, you read right.............this adorable little girl is 7 years old and so full of life and fun its amazing. She is so lively, I doubt even you can keep up with her. ANd her very best friend (Shasta) is also 7 and just as lively. It is hard to believe they are that old but they came in with 7 others and that is what the owner said they were. They have no health issue, have been thoroughly checked out by the vet - Maggi does have a chipped tooth that has been that way some time, gives her no trouble. These are a pair and must go together. They are going into our foster care ONLY because of their age. That means there is no adoption fee and we will pay any medical issues they have. But the home must qualify for our foster program.

Oatmeal

Age: 2 years 6 months
Gender: Male

Oatmeal came in with diarrhea and has not appeared to as healty as we would like him to be. He is calm, active, a great climber and an escapee that tries to go out on the town all the time. He just is a very thin ferret, rather nervous, and just kinda keeps to himself, likes other ferrets but more to sleep with than to have excursions with. At one time he apparently had a broken tail as there is a lump there but is not a problem. Since we haven't gotten him filled out and what we consider adoptable, we are placing him into our foster program where there is no adoption fee and we pay his medical expenses if they come it. But he will be under our rule and the foster home will need to comply with the requirements of a foster home.

Shasta

Age: 7 years 0 months
Gender: Female

Shasta is the very best friend of MaggiMoo. They are both 7 and have been together the majority of their lives. Neither one of them act 7, they are more active than some 2 year olds I know of. Especially Shasta, she is a will and crazy kinda gal. Very hyper where MaggiMoo is a little more laid back (go heavy on the little). We want these girls to stay together. They are going into our foster program and this means there is no adoption fee and we will pay for many medical expense that comes up. But you must qualify for as foster home to be able to take them