Darla - labeled as "viscous" at 7 months old
 
Darla - labeled as "viscous" at 7 months old Darla came to us as a 7 month old ferret who was labeled as too viscous to live. She was going to be put to sleep because they said she was too agressive and a biter to the bone. We prepared for her arrival assuming we had a tasmanian devil joining us. She was so misunderstood, she is a rough and tumble girl who just needed to wrestle and play with the big boys. Never a biter, very kissy and now she is "Darla" the darling. She is deaf so any ferret safe toys which light up or vibrate is something she would love. She also loves to hide toys and shake crotched ball toys. Darla is grateful to be alive.
Please Send Gifts to:
South Shore Ferret Care Hospice
southshoreferretcare@comcast.net
www.southshoreferretcare.org
We have many hospice ferret this year that this Christmas may be their last. Please help by making a donation to the vet bills or maybe send a little something to let them know you care and they are not forgotten. We are the only \"Family\" they have - God Bless
Vet Bills Can Be Paid At:
Dr. Susan Harrington
Randolph Animal Hospital
400 South Main Street
Randolph MA USA 02368
Many of our ferrets have multiple medical issues, are missing a eye or a tail, need dental care and medicine everyday. We want to ensure that they get anything needed. They will take donations over the phone: 781-963-2298

Darla - labeled as "viscous" at 7 months old has a Santa.

 
 

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