Reesa
 
Reesa Name: Reesa
Estimated age: 6 ½ - 7 years
Sex: Female
Medical: Adrenal Disease and Tumor.
Medications: Melatonin Implant
Length in shelter: 7 months
Living Situation: Alone-Doesn’t like other ferrets.
Status: Hospice resident or can be fostered.

HI I’m Reesa. A man who said they “rescued” me from a terrible situation brought me to the shelter. However he wouldn’t give details of the situation. I was very skinny, bald and I had a big ugly tumor about the size of a golf ball growing on me. With the size it was really had for me to get around on my own. I was taken to the vet and got a full tune up. Now with it removed I don’t need any help to run around and I love to play in toys I couldn’t get in before.

Some things I like are tunnels and toys I can play in.

We are thankful here at the shelter for any love you have to offer to a fuzzy for Christmas to make them feel at home here.

Shelter places of choice for gift cards:

HomeDepot
Lowes
Walmart
Petsmart
Petco
Amazon
Coastal Farm
Costco
Goodwill
The Ferret Store
Ferret Depot
Dr Fosters & Smith
Joann Fabrics
Hobby Lobby

Shelter Wish List:

Nbone treats or Chicken Sticks
Ferretone
Foamy Fries
Bandits (Any flavor)
Ferretone
Ferretvite
Melatonin Implants
Chicken baby food
Ferret FreewayTubes
Duck Soup

Please Send Gifts to:
Ferret City Shelter and Rescue
weaselmom@wavecable.com
ferretcity.org
Ferret City Shelter and Rescue is a hospice and sanctuary that provides adoptions, education and permanent homes for ferrets. We take in any ferret despite age, temperament and condition. NO ferret is refused.Monetary donations are greatly accepted and appreciated. We are a Federal 501(c)(3) Non-profit Organization since 2001 and have been taking in unwated and homeless ferrets since 1997. Donations can be made directly to the vet or PayPal: weaselmom@wavecable.com
Vet Bills Can Be Paid At:
Dr Martha Broda
Parker Way Veterinary Clinic
1515 Parker Way
Mount Vernon Washington United States 98273
If anyone would like to donate for and adrenal surgery or any other surgery that a ferret is in need of here at the shelter, you can directly donate to our Veterinary Clinic by calling 360-424-PETS (7387) Dr Broda will be honoring $100 surgeries for the whole month of December for the shelter.

Reesa has a Santa.

 
 

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