Flash Hi, I'm Flash! My brother Peyton, my sister Ebby and me had a family but one day something bad happened. Our family was carrying boxes and furniture out of the apartment we lived in because they were moving to a new place. We were excited about having a new home, but they put us outside and left without us. We were so sad and scared. It was chilly and was raining off and on and we didn't know where to find some food or water. The nice manager of the apartments called the Kansas City Ferret Hotline about us. They came and found us in the dark and took us to our foster mom's home. She put us in some nice warm blankets and we went to sleep right away because we were so tired. She put food and water by us but we just wanted to sleep. We slept for almost 4 days but our foster mom kept waking us up every 2 hours to give us water from a syringe and soup on her finger. We got better and we are so happy now. Our foster mom lets us sleep with her and we even have steps so we can get in her bed. My brother Peyton died a while back and me and Ebby really miss him. My foster mom found two lumps on me last March and I had to go to the vet and have surgery. The vet said I have lymphoma. My foster mom said she wanted me to have the best quality of life so I'm not getting chemo, but she is giving me prednisolone. It doesn't taste very good but my foster mom says it is good for me. I'm doing pretty good. I love soft beds and sleep sacks and my favorite treats are banana and raisin yogis. Thanks for reading about me!!
Please Send Gifts to:
Kansas City Ferret Hotline
Basic shelter needs:

Our ferrets eat a mixture of Wysong Ferret Epigen 90 and Orijen Cat & Kitten, and we add other good-quality donated foods to the mixture. They also eat homemade chicken soup and Bravo Balance commercially produced raw.

Gift cards to Wal-Mart or any other online sites (for purchasing basic items) would be appreciated, as would payments on our account at the vet's office.

We sincerely appreciate anything that helps our rescue and especially our kids!
Vet Bills Can Be Paid At:
Dianne Barr
Parkville Heights Animal Hospital
6300 NW Highway 9
Parkville MO United States 64152
We use several vets - Dr. Barr is our main vet who sees the shelter ferrets, but Curt Cavanaugh at Cavanaugh Pet Hospital also sees some of our shelter ferrets. We are currently carrying a balance at Parkville Heights Animal Hospital.

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