Unnamed girl
 
Unnamed girl 2 ferrets just arrived today. I have not named them yet. They are both under a year old and bad biters. The male is much nicer and still bit open my chin. The female has severe biting issues. She lunges and will rip out chunks of flesh. We suspect abuse in her past. She was at risk of euthanasia so she and her brother came here. She has a very long rehabilitation ahead of her. She will get valium from the vet soon hopefully if they will see her while she is so dangerous. At one point these two were starved and had to eat the body of a cagemate. They have been through a lot and are starting their road to a wonderful life filled with endless food and patience. Hoping this little girl will show her true personality soon so a proper name can be chosen.
Please Send Gifts to:
Bandit and Friends Ferret Rescue
banditandfriendsrescue@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/banditandfriends
We feed Nature\'s Variety Instinct cat food, Ferris and Ragnar are awaiting ultrasounds, We go through over 400 prednisone pills a month. We are the only rescue for 4 hours in every direction. I refuse to turn a ferret away. We vet at Valley Vet in Fargo, ND. Meds purchased regularly include prednisone, furosemide, enalapril, pimobendan, and theophylline in addition to deslorelin implants. Food, vet bills, and meds are our biggest costs. Comfy durable beds for the elderly, tubes that crinkle or flex and ping pong balls are loved by the younger.
Vet Bills Can Be Paid At:
Dr. Ohman
Valley Veterinary Hospital
3210 Main Ave
Fargo ND United States 58103
Account is under KayCee Cruz. Currently implanted 5 adrenal ferrets. 7 have insulinoma. 3 more are borderline insulinoma. 2 more I suspect may be adrenal but I just spent $1k implanting 5. 2 males need check ups and abdominal ultrasounds asap due to suspected enlarged organs.

Unnamed girl has a Santa.

 
 

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