Iania Iania was brought to the shelter after a lady spotted her on her patio. She was too afraid to pick her up. She described her with a naked tail and missing body fur. I explained to her she was an older ferret with adrenal disease and needed and implant asap. A neighborhood girl picked her up and called the OFS. A volunteer got her and immediately drove her the 3.5 hr trip over the snowy mt to the shelter. She now has an implant and lots of food!. She would love a warm hammock cube from Auntie Rose Germaine or Snoopy Snugglers as it is 19 degrees up in Central Oregon. Food is good or mom needs Avid Microchips
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Oregon Ferret Shelter
We are a 501(c)3 no-kill shelter. Our support is limited due to our location
Vet Bills Can Be Paid At:
Dr. Amy Hamm/Dr. Katrina Ramsell
Hometown Vet/ NW Exotic Vet
1255 NE 3rd St./
Prineville,/Beaverton Oregon USA 97754/97005
OFS is working with Dr. Hamm teaching her ferrets. For more advanced cases we use Dr Katrina Ramsell

Iania has a Santa.


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