Nilla Iím 5 years old and came to the rescue because my owner simply got bored with me. The girlís father saw that I was getting ignored and decided it would be best to bring me to the rescue. I was pretty bummed out at first; even though the girl no longer paid attention to me, she was the only family I had. However, Mom paid me extra attention and helped me adjust to life at the rescue. Mom placed me up for adoption, but everyone passed me up; either they said I was too old or they didnít want a white ferret. It was pretty sad, but now I donít care. I have made some great friends here and couldnít be happier!

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!
Please Send Gifts to:
Hudson Valley Ferret Rescue of NJ
Vet Bills Can Be Paid At:
Dr. M. Mecheal
Lyndhurst Animal Hospital
620 Ridge Road
Lyndhurst NJ 07071

Nilla has a Santa.


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