Iím around 6 years old and I have had a rough start. Someone left me in a cage and stuck me in a cold, dark, dreary, room way in the back of a warehouse. I ran out of food, my water spilled all over the place, and, since I didnít have a potty to use, I had to poop in the corners of the shelves in my cage. I had to suffer like this for awhile because it took days for someone to find me. The warehouse guy said he smelled a funky odorÖ.it was me! Since my water, food, and other bodily fluids all mixed together; my cage was full of maggots. When Mom came to take me home, she was crying so hard. Luckily I didnít have bugs on me, but my living conditions were really bad. Mom said that since I went through so much, she canít put me up for adoption. Mom says Iím the perfect little ferret and whoever left me behind really missed out because Iím not only perfect, Iím so loyal, loveable and beautiful. Mom lets me free roam in her bedroom with Champ. I have a really great life now and Iím glad mom found me and took me home.
Wish List: Although we appreciate all gifts, the items we need the most are as follows: Totally Ferret Food, wee-wee pads, baby wipes, chicken in gravy baby food, A / D canned food, Yesterdays News, paper towels, laundry detergent, Prednisone, melatonin implants, or you can send money directly to my vet for my care.
Since many of our babies have serious medical conditions, we ask that you please refrain from sending any ferret treats. Most of them are loaded with sugar; therefore, we prefer to use our homemade duck soup not only for medical purposes, but also as an occasional treat. Thank you for your understanding!