Jimbo
 
Jimbo Jimbo is more of a lover than a fighter. Sweet, cuddly and always up for a game with a plastic bag , this adorable boy is an absolute charmer. Once someone’s Prince Charming ferret he unfortunately found that his beloved human princess was in actuality more of a frog when school sports left her with no time for him. At 5 years old he is most likely a permanent shelter resident, but at least he seems to like being with us. With his creamy colored fur, black guard hairs sprinkled over his body and dark sparkling eyes he is such a gorgeous boy and he is full of personality!
Jimbo loves bags that crinkle, balls that crinkle and rattle and plastic grocery bags! He bounces, rolls and plays in these with wild abandon. He has been eating Marshalls food, but seems to be ok with some other ferret foods mixed in. Not one to eat treats, he does enjoy stashing them in his secret spots, and does get upset if the other ferrets discover and steal then from him.
Health wise he has been lucky, other than a couple of small mast cell tumors needing to be removed he is quite healthy for his age.

The items we can use most are the everyday items,
Paper towels (we go through tons of these)
baby wipes
sanitizing wipes
laundry soap & fabric softner (again we use a lot with all the bedding)
Treats - N-bones & Bandits
Probiotic paste/gel (Drs. Foster and Smith, 30g equine)
Wood stove pellets (or a gift card so I can buy these from Menards or Lowes)
ferret lax for hairballs
chicken & turkey baby food
Natures Miracle
Poopin Pumpkin or cans of pure pumpkin
Any kind of high quality ferret or cat food, we make up a large mix of foods on a regular basis!
Hammocks
Gift cards to Ferret.com, Dr's Foster & Smith, Totally Ferret, Wal-mart, Sams & Menards

Basic supplies like food, litter and cleaning supplies and soup ingredients are most desperately needed right now. Funds are extremely short as my husband just had to undergo brain surgery. He was ill and out of work all November and will be out of work for several months leaving little money right now for the basic supplies we need most on a daily basis.
Please Send Gifts to:
Forget-Me-Not-Ferrets of Quincy, IL
wzlqwen@hotmail.com

Vet Bills Can Be Paid At:
Dr. Sue Sculley
Klingele Vet Clinic
4601 Broadway St.
Quincy Il USA 62305

Jimbo has a Santa.

 
 

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