I'm playful Percy. I hid under a lady's porch which had a dog carrier umder it and a blanket in the carrier. The lady thought I was a rat but had the sense to move the blanket with a broom handle and saw me. She took me to the shelter and man...I thot I'd died and gone to heaven. It is so nice here....toys to play with, clean laundry, fresh water (don't have to worry about animals chasing me), recess and ::::gulp:::: meds (of course in yummy soup). I am adrenal and have insulinoma. I still play but get tired after a while. I have 5 other cagemates..."Us guys have to stick together" (4 guys 1 gal..sigh...but she plays like a guy) I love chasing thru the tubes, hiding in the sleepsacks, soft toys and those cool crocheted eggs.
Because of our transition to health issue/hospice care ferrets, our needs lean heavier on meds, Lupron shots and vet care.
We use Totally Ferret Active, Totally Ferret Turkey, Lamb, Venison, Totally Ferret Complete, Marshalls Chicken, 8 in 1, Mazuri Ferret Food.
The Freeway tubes are soooo loved by most all the ferrets. They also enjoy the crocheted eggs, soft toys and toys that light up or make noise. Some of our hospice ferrets I know really love those soft blankees and/or soft sleepsacks. Treats we use are: N-bones, 8 in 1 soft ferret food, chew weasles. Gift Cards for these items are always appreciated and needed.
For some of our disabled, the Ferret Hills and Dales (made by Cindy & Tom Scheidt) would be such a blessing and soooooo appreciated.
Always needed: Chicken, Olive Oil, Ferretvite, Ear Cleaner, Syringes, Healx, toilet Paper, Paper Towels, Q-tips,Clorox Wipes, CEN Toothpaste (poultry flavored), Potty pellets, Childrens Benadryl, Famotidine . Gift Cards for these items are always appreciated.
Our hearts are so grateful for all of you Santas. Your love and caring means better ferret care and less stress on “momma ferret”. You are appreciated.