Rose Hi, my name is Rose! I am about 5 years old and sometimes my foster mom calls me Rosie Posie! Mikey and Benjie and me lived with our family. But, they had hard times and lost their house, so they had to move in with their family, who said that we were not welcome in their house. Our family was very upset to have to give us up, so they contacted the KC Ferret Hotline because they knew we would be well taken care of. Our Mikey died and we were so sad that we lost him. Me and Benjie and Mikey always cuddled together and played together, but since we lost Mikey, I have been very sad and lonely and my Benjie doesn't get along well with others, not even with me. I am very sweet and cuddly. I have a couple of cage mates that I curl up with, but I really miss my Mikey (and my Benjie). I have adrenal disease and need a Deslorelin implant. I don't play very much, but I go into the tunnels and the crinkle tunnel sometimes. My foster mom is trying to help me gain weight and not be sad about my Mikey and my Benjie. Maybe if I had a new fun toy just for me, my foster mom would be able to get me to play a little bit. I love to snuggle with my foster mom and dad and my favorite place to be is curled up inside my foster mom's shirt! I love my Ferretone as a treat! I would really love to have a new soft bed or sleep sack or blankie.

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.

Rose has a Santa.


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