Millie

Millie came in with a little friend, but the friend died shortly after arriving at the shelter. The friend had cancer, but Millie seems just fine. Millie has been bounced from home to home through no fault of her own. First, she was living with someone who was severely neglecting her and her sister. Someone in Erie took her and her friend in but couldn’t keep them. A shelter friend picked them up and kept them for a while until the white one (Dusty) got sick, so she brought them to me. The white one died shortly afterwards from pervasive cancer.

She’s currently playing with Franny, Nova and Minnie. She would most likely get along with other ferrets. She can be adopted alone or with another ferret that she likes. If you’d like to put in an application, please fill out this form: Adoption Application.

Code: 15052101
Name: Millie
Birth date: 06/01/2011
Color: Sable
Sex: Female

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Nova and Franny

Code: 14122901 Name: Franny Birth date: 4/18/14 Color: Chocolate Sex: Female

Nova and Franny came in together. We know Nova is deaf for sure but we’re not sure about Franny. That doesn’t slow them down at all! They play in a group of four ferrets, so would most likely get along with other ferrets. They really do like each other, so it would be nice to…

How to pick a harness

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The best harness is an H-style harness. Never use only a collar with a ferret. If you put it on tight enough that it can’t come off, then it’s way too tight. If it’s too tight, the collar can choke the ferret or wear off the fur and cause a skin infection. In severe cases,…

Pretty little Pip

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          Pip is a cute little albino female who was adopted in April 2014 and returned October 2014. They said she pooped all over the cage and were “afraid to let her out” … so she spent 6 months in ferret jail. Since returning to the shelter, we’ve had no issues…

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