Honey
 
Honey We met this little sliver of a ferret with her cagemate Herbie several years ago. Herbie had walked off their 3rd story balconey and they recovered him from the ground below. He did not receive medical attention as they saw nothing externally wrong (sigh). By the time we got to him he had a full body infection and lost his sight. Honey was so badly infested with fleas that she was anemic and we almost lost both of them in that week.
Honey is a fighter. She has survived the loss of her Herbie, her Queen Gigi and moved to a new cage last year. She adopted a pair of girls who found a home not long ago. Now another lonely girl has moved into her house for comfort.
Our Honey seeks out ferrets who need their ears cleaned and gets righ to it. Unfortunately not all agree that they need to be cleaned but she tries. She has a huge heart and never a harsh word for her fellow ferretonians. Even if they drag her around (sigh).
She has simple likes. Ferretone, fleece blankets and Raisen flavored Marshall treats.
Our baby Honey is getting along in years. We estimate her to be at least 6 years old. Adrenal Disease has found her and Melatonin implants are not quite enough to stave off that nasty beast of a disease. She needs sponsors for monthly Lupron injections and her Melatonin implants.
Please Send Gifts to:
Sammy's Clubhouse, Spokane Ferret Rescue and Education
katt_patt@yahoo.com
sammysclubhouse.org/
We are Sammy's Clubhouse, Spokane Ferret Rescue and Education. First and foremost is education. We have ferrets for adoption and also have some in a sanctuary setup.

We are always looking for sponsors for any of the ferrets in the rescue.
A sponsor or donator can send items directly to us such as those on this list or gift certificates at Petco (we get a discount!), Petsmart or petsupplies dot com or ferret dot com.
Or even send funds directly to our vet,
Mountain Empire Veterinary Services
12619 E Sprague Ave Spokane Valley, WA 99216
Phone: (509) 922-6191
Fax: (509) 922-6366.

Items we use: Melatonin implants, Lupron shots, Zupreem Ferret Food, 8in1 Ultimate Ferret Food, Petsmart All Living Things Ferret Food, FROMM Game Bird Cat formula (dry), Orijen Adult Cat and Kitten, Acana Wild Prairie, Totally Ferret Food (show or TVL), Blue Buffalo cat - anything but senior or weight management, Blue Buffalo cat Wilderness brand,Wellness CORE cat/kitten food, Marshall brand treats - any flavor, 8in1 ferret treats - any flavor except yogies (too much sugar), 8in1 Ferretone or Cat Salmon oil, Puppy pads or incontinence pads - any size, old fleece bed sheets, small blankets, towels or other cloth items to be used for the ferrets to snuggle in, wood stove pellets - fir only (we have pine allergies in the home) or pelleted cat litter, food or water dishes that attach to the cages, large bags of rice or pinto beans for them to play in once put into a tub, Used or new cages to be used in within the rescue or sold to bring in funds, hammocks - store bought or homemade.
Every little bit helps. Thank you
Vet Bills Can Be Paid At:
Dr. Julia Leese
Mountain Empire Veterinary Services
12619 E Sprague Ave Ste 1 and 2
Spokane Valley WA US 99216
Also runs a shelter called Julia's Jungle and provides discounts to all shelters.

Honey has a Santa.

 
 

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