Mojo My name is Mojo and I'm 6 years old. I came to the shelter almost three years ago with cataracts, after being in isolation at a humane society for two months because my bratty sister bit someone. I do get around here pretty good for not being able to see. Mostly I like to sleep though. I've been pretty sick this year. Going to the doctor is no fun, and medicine is yucky. I just want a warm fuzzy hammock big enough for me and my bratty sister. Merry Christmas.

NAFAR doesn’t usually ask for help, preferring that the neediest have a good Christmas. This year has been especially tough for our shelter with the loss of the last of our foster homes, and even though we’ve downsized, we still have 18-20 ferrets being cared for at any given time. The majority of our kids are 5 and older. Most have hospital and medication bills and receive annual Suprelorin implants, so donations to our hospital account are gratefully and much appreciated. Our hospital staff are happy to take donations over the phone (928-537-2880).
In addition, we can always use bedding for Ferret Nation cages (playpen sheets and shelf covers especially), pee pads (washable/reusable or disposable), cozy washable beds and new crocheted eggs (we’re out!).
We hope all the Giving Tree Santas are richly blessed for the love and support they show to homeless animals year after year.
Please Send Gifts to:
Northern AZ Ferret Alliance & Rescue, Inc
Vet Bills Can Be Paid At:
Dr Kristin Bell
Alta Sierra Veterinary Hospital
100 S Clark Rd
Show Low AZ USA 85901
Shelter account name NAFAR Shelter

Mojo has a Santa.


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