Huck Hi, my name is Huck. Me and my buddy Finn came in to the shelter with our brother Tom. We met a new girlfriend named Pixie. Our brother Tom got sick and went across the rainbow bridge. We miss him. We have been living at the shelter for a long time. Mama Katie takes really good care of us and gives us yummy foods and lets us get out and play lots. I kind of get a little bit aggressive with the other ferrets, so we have our own play time. Anything you might want to give me would be fun. I like toys and tunnels. I'm kind of a rough and tumble boy, but I love to give kisses!!
Please Send Gifts to:
Kansas City Ferret Hotline
We generally have 35 to 40 ferrets in our care. Our ferrets are sheltered in private homes and see various veterinarians. Please contact us for the address of the ferret you choose and/or for the name and contact information of the ferret’s veterinarian.

Basic shelter needs:

Our ferrets usually eat a mixture of Wysong Ferret Epigen 90 and Orijen Cat & Kitten, and/or Go! Fit and Free cat food. We often add other good-quality donated ferret foods to the mixture. They also eat chicken soup and Bravo Balance commercially-produced raw.

Gift cards to Wal-Mart or any 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 kids!
Vet Bills Can Be Paid At:
Dianne Barr
Parkville Heights Animal Hospital
8830 NW 63rd Street
Parkville MO USA 64152
Most of our ferrets see Dr. Barr, but some see Dr. Cavanaugh at Cavanaugh Pet Hospital or Dr. Entriken at KC Vet Care.

Huck has a Santa.


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