Roscoe Roscoe is one of the larger ferrets we have had here, so many ferrets come in ill and underweight is is very nice to have a big boy here. He went through 2 other owners before coming here, he was considered a handful by them and on the destructive side, most likely because of being bored or lonely. They both got rid of him because he was to them a very frustrating ferret and being big he did cause a lot of destruction.

At 4lbs, this lovely chocolate colored boy does not have trouble eating at all. Treats, soup, kibble he likes it all!

He was considered the resident troublemaker but he has calmed down quite a bit since arriving here. Originally he was caged as he was into everything and he did not get along with the other ferrets in the ferret room, but he has started doing much better in the room and with the other ferrets so he is allowed free roam now. He interacts some with the other ferrets but is still a bit of a loner. He loves his sleep sacks and bedding, tunneling in the bedding he will crawl, wiggle and play under them all by himself for long periods of time.

Here is a list of items that the shelter can always use as we go through lots of these:

Carnivore care
Pickle Juice ferret oil
Chicken or turkey baby food
Uncle Jims Duk soup
Potty pads & papertowels or gift card from Sams Club to purchase these
Wysong Ferret Epigen 90
Natural Gold ferret food
Evo cat & kitten chicken food
Nutro Kitten food
Bene-Bac probiotic paste/gel 30gram equine tube is most cost effective
Gift cards for Pet Supplies Plus, Wal-Mart , Sams and Dr. Foster and Smith
Please Send Gifts to:
Forget-Me-Not-Ferrets of Alexandria Mo
Vet Bills Can Be Paid At:
Dr. Sue Sculley
Advance veterinary care
Dr.Sue Sculley
Hannibal Mo USA 63401
Dr Sculley has offices in Quincy Il and Hannibal Mo

Roscoe has a Santa.


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