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All adults are neutered before they are rehomed, and we ask anyone adopting kits to arrange for them to be neutered once they have matured, as we do not rehome ferrets for breeding.
If you feel you could offer some of our ferrets a forever home, please contact us.
We ask for a donation towards the rescue's vet, food and transport costs.
As from January 1st 2014, due to increased vet, food and general welfare bills, we are having to put up our adoption donations to £40 for a neutered ferret (to go with another), £80 for a pair, and kits under 5 months will be £25 for one, £50 for a pair.
If a ferret is going to go with another one, we like you to bring your ferret here so we can try them with their new friend so we have a good idea that it’s going to work.
We also like to home-check all new owners before agreeing to rehome any ferrets so as to help make sure their new home will be suitable and safe for them. (We have provided information on housing and ferret proofing your home to help you make sure you and your ferrets are safe).
RUMER and MITCH are gorgeous. They would make the perfect first time ferrets. They didn't come here together, they were both strays, but when I tried them together, it was as if they'd always been together. Rumer is a poley jill about 18 months old, and she has one of the best 'weasel dances' I've ever seen :) She's really friendly. Mitch is almost a Black Eyed White - he has a few black guard hairs on his back. He was in awful condition when he arrived - very underweight and scabs on his face, so it's been a bit difficult to age him, but his teeth are perfect, so I don't think he's any more than 18 months - 2 and a half years old, I think he's had a bad start. He's a super fuzzy, and deserves a lovely forever home with Rumer. Don't be fooled by the picture - he's actually not that much bigger than Rumer!