We rescue ferrets who have been abandoned, found straying, or if the owner can no longer care for the ferret. We will treat, neuter, rehabilitate and rehome the ferrets in our care. We are a no-kill shelter, so if we are unable to rehome a ferret, either for medical or behavioural reasons, we will keep them to live with the rest of the ferrets at the rescue.
As mentioned, one of our goals is to rehome all ferrets that come to the rescue, where possible. We will always carry out a home check, to ensure you are suitable for each other and that there are no ferret hazards. Adoptions fees do apply, which include the ferret being neutered. If the ferret is too young to be neutered when they are rehomed, we will provide a voucher for the ferret to be neutered. In this instance, we do ask you to sign a legally-binding agreement that you will neuter your ferret.
We attend events throughout the year, to educate the community on the correct care, and welfare, of ferrets. We also work to dispel the myth that ferrets are all bitey, smelly animals. All animals can bite and all animals can smell - but these issues can be reduced with the proper care of the pets.
We are also happy to come along to any group meetings that you may have, to give a talk about ferrets. Do contact us (via the contact page) to find out more about this.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will help to fund our mission.