Flo
 
Flo Well now. This Santa thing sounds great. I just got here to the Clubhouse. Life started out being dumped outside a petstore because I was a baby who bit people. Well what did they expect? The next 6 years was with a lady with 100 ferrets (at one time). No lie. We were stacked on top of each other then a move to the eastern part of the state where we were for several years. It wasn't great. Stuck in a cage for long hours. Crappy food and my ear was damaged from so many ear mite infections. Finally when there were only two of us left, we were allowed to come to the Clubhouse. What a change. Out of the cage for most of the day. No smokers. Cleaned litter boxes. Clean blankets. Not as crowded. Only 13 other ferrets in this room. Not so bad. Plenty of great food. But now my health is not so great. Mom says I have Adrenal Disease and need an implant. She said it will get my old coat back. That would be nice. I also love this Ferretone. What amazing stuff. Oh and the food! This Drs Foster and Smith stuff is amazing. You have to tell your elves. But anyway, I wish long life and good health to you and your reindeer. They are precious to us all. Transporting precious cargo and what not. Love, Flo.
Please Send Gifts to:
Sammys Clubhouse Spokane Ferret Rescue
katt_patt@yahoo.com
sites.google.com/site/sammysclubhouse/
Paypal is pattattack@netzero.com

Sammy’s Clubhouse is the last remaining ferret rescue that serves Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. We do our best but we need support from the community to keep going.
We are fortunate that the rescues who have closed around us have donated many hammocks and cages. We wish they were staying around because this caused a huge influx in our hospice ferrets.
With these donations, this leaves us in need of medical funds and food for the almost 60 ferrets here. Only a third of our population are healthy enough to rehome. We really need melatonin implants which can be purchased from Support Our Shelters at a drastically reduced price. Because of the age of most of our ferrets, they really could use a good dental cleaning which averaging in price of 75-150. Then our kids need food.
We feed Drs Foster and Smith ferret food, Nature's Variety Instinct Raw Boost chicken (cat food), Zupreem, Marshalls and they go through a large supply of Marshall's Uncle Jim's Duk Soup along with Ferretone (8 in 1 Skin and Coat Supplement).
Of course the ferrets all love Totally Ferret Turkey Venison and Lamb, Orijen cat and kitten or FROMM chicken or duck.
Then for treats the ferrets like Nbones Chicken and Marshall Bandit treats, chicken is the most popular flavor.

The shelter also would like any of the following items which help support additional shelters:
Dr T’s Amazing Ferret Fixins Soup Mix – https://www.facebook.com/drtsoopie1/
Pooppin’ Pumpkin. Found at http://rockyscreaturecomforts.ecrater.com/
Pickle Juice (better than Ferretone) - https://www.facebook.com/PFPicklejuice

Thank you all
Vet Bills Can Be Paid At:
Dr. Julia Leese
Mt Empire Veterinary Services
12619 E Sprague Avenue, Suites 1 & 2
Spokane Valley WA US 99216
Not only does Dr. Leese run a very low cost veterinary clinic but also a dog and cat rescue/rehoming service with her self wash dog business. We could not do this without her.

Flo has a Santa.

 
 

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