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Adoptable Ferrets
 
Visit Our Petfinder.com Page to see the "many" ferrets that we currently have up for Adoption.
 
If you are interested in one of our ferrets available for adoption, contact Donna at:
or call 413-538-7108
And let us know which ferret you are interested in
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Other Shelters in our area that have ferrets up for adoption. PLEASE consider one of them as well to give a home to. Click on the links to go to their Petfinder.com sites:
 
 
 
 
 
 
Willing to travel a bit further to find your new ferret family member? Check out some of the other shelters listed on Petfinder.com
 

Do you have a ferret that you can no longer keep?
Although we can not always take them into our system, we can network with people that have contacted us that are looking to add a ferret needing a home to their family. Or, at the very least, add them to our database or offer other alternatives
BE AWARE:We maintain the same high standards with placing ferrets in this manner as we would if adopting from our own Shelter and a screening process is required. The best interest of THE FERRET is our top prioraty.
If your ferret is not up to date on their shots or is unknown, a donation to the Shelter to cover the cost to us, or the new owner, is required. Any equipment that you have (IE: cage, bedding, food, etc.) must go with your ferret to their new home.
Any pet is a life long commitment, but we do understand that sometimes unforseen things happen in one's life that force you to give up you pet in their best interest. If this is your last and ONLY option, we are here to help
 
Contact us here - I have a ferret I can't keep 

Are you looking to adopt a ferret?
If we don't have any ferrets needing homes in our Shelter, we can certainly put you in contact with other Shelters, the local Humane Society or search our database of people that are lookin for homes for ferrets that they can no longer keep.
BE AWARE:We maintain the same high standards with placing ferrets in this manner as we would if adopting from our own Shelter and a screening process is required. The best interest of THE FERRET is our top prioraty. We want to be sure that every ferret we place is going to a home where it will be loved and well cared for and that understands that they are a life long commitment ... THEIRS ... through sickness and health and that the new parent is prepred.