Scout
 
Scout Was an owner surrender that came to us in early August ’13. The young owner didn’t feel she could provide him the proper attention & medical care he deserved. Scout is a youngster of 2 years. He appears to have rubber bands for legs and no “off” switch. Scout is a toy fan & really likes the ones that rattle. He will burrow into any soft cuddly spot he can find, so any kind of sleeping cozy would be put to good use. He's always on a mission and if that includes an N-bone, he's even happier. He also love snacking on Vivify, 'tone, & 8in1 Soft Moist.

Scout eats the shelter diet that consist of a mix of: Totally Ferret Active, Zupreem (not the grain free), 8in1 Crunchy Ultimate, Drs. Foster & Smith Signature Series Premium Ferret Diet, & Natural Gold.
A gift of any of those or a gift certificate to any of the following online stores would be greatly appreciated: Dr.s Foster & Smith, the Ferret Depot, or Ferret dot com.

Donations toward Scout’s medical care & vaccine updates can be made directly to our Veterinarians at the Roanoke Animal Hospital, 2814 Franklin Rd., Roanoke, VA 24014. We are also an S.O.S. member shelter and tax deductible donations can be made thru them to us (http://www.supportourshelters.org/SOS1.html). If donations are sent to either of these, please list the Big Lick Ferret Shelter & Hospice account as the recipient. Also please include a contact name & email or snail mail address so we can properly thank you.

Scout is a mover so the pic’s were fun to try to get a non-blurie one. See here for more shots of him: http://www.biglickferretshelter.mysite.com/cgi-bin/photoalbum/view_album/259150
Please Send Gifts to:
Big Lick Ferret Shelter & Hospice
director@biglickferretshelter.com
www.biglickferretshelter.com/
The BLFSH has been serving the SW & portions of Central VA since 2005. We network with other shelters that may be geographically closer to the ferret in need than us. The same holds true for adoption requests
We're see a large number of Insulinomic ferrets coming into the shelter. Our Veterinarian, Dr. Mark Finkler is very active in looking for proactive treatment for ferrets and we are hoping to see some new advances in Insulinoma treatment as what has been found in Adrenal treatments.
Vet Bills Can Be Paid At:
Dr. Bridget Hickman & Dr. Mark Finkler
Roanoke Animal Hospital
2814 Franklin Rd
Roanoke VA USA 24014
Payment is due at time of service but we have been able to carry a balance from time to time. At the moment we are currently at a zero balance. If donations are sent to the clinic please list the Big Lick Ferret Shelter & Hospice account as the recipient. Also please leave a contact name & email or snail mail address so we can properly thank you.

Scout has a Santa.

 
 

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