Victoria Victoria was rescued from a local pet store about 6 years ago.
FURS received a call from a concerned woman; she said that workers at a local pet store were handling a ferret in a rough manner. Some of FURS volunteers went out to check it out. They also saw the workers mistreating a little white ferret. When asked why they were handling her in this way their only response was that she was a “biter.” She had been purchased a few months back by a family with many children and was returned as a biter a few weeks later. The store would not surrender this ferret to FURS so our volunteer had to “pay” for her. She was named Victoria. It was true that Vicky was a biter, but it seemed to be in fear and not anger. She is cautious of new people but has come a long way with her foster parents. She still bites but it is rare now.
Recently Vicky has been diagnosed with Insluinoma. She must get medication twice daily. Since the medication doesn’t taste good, her fosters give Vicky a nice treat of FerretVite or FerreTone with every dose. Vicky would love if her Santa would bring her more of her favorite yummy treats!

**All ferrets in FURS eat a mix of Sheppard and Greene ferret food, Zupreem grain free, Totally Ferret, 8 in 1 Complete, Orijin Cat/ kitten food, Blue Buffalo Wilderness Chicken and Natures Variety Instinct.
We use Yesterdays News Fresh Scent and unscented cat litter and Marshall ferret litter.
Marshall “GoodBye Odor” for ferrets.
We can always use donations in the form of gift cards to pet stores, Drs. Foster and Smith,,, and Lowes *for wood stove pellets used for litter*
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Ferrets Unlimited Rescue Services
We do not ship ferrets, nor do we breed.We rescued a large number of ferrets over the years. Some loved, some abused, some from homes where the former owner had no clue on care, but purchased the animal on impulse. We are dedicated to finding loving, caring homes for every ferret.\r\n\r\nAll ferrets are spayed or neutered BEFORE adoption.We turn no ferret away, no matter the health, age, or lack of training. Medical needs are met, and manners are taught. There are times when we are full and have a waiting list to be turned in.We believe that educating the potential pet owner is one of the most crucial things a rescue organization can do. This applies to both ferret rescues and other animal organizations. An educated pet owner can provide a safer, happier, and healthier environment for their pet, thus making both the pet and themselves a good match.
Vet Bills Can Be Paid At:
Dr. Frank Krupka
Avon Lake Animal Clinic
124 Miller Rd
Avon Lake OH United States 44012

Victoria has a Santa.


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