Joy
 
Joy Joy came to us at the rescue when less than a year old, was adopted and then returned 2 years later in advanced adrenal problems. We tried everything including Lupron shots, Melatonin implant, D implant and then Lupron on top of it. Nothing worked and would bring her out of the symptoms so we finally did surgery. She was so naked, it took MONTHS for her to start growing a coat again. This left her here a long time. Thus, she became attached and she is now our little mascot. Her biggest problem is she just HATES ferrets. Imagine, hates ferrets but is our mascot. Dogs, people and toys are her thing. She has had a lot of medical expenses and so a donation in her behalf to our vet would be great but too she loves to investigate and try out new things. Toys are way up there on her list. She even likes baby toys. She is very envious of a ferret she knows who has one of those baby swings (she says they are a lot of times at the thrift stores, 2nd hand stores). She would love anything that gets to be her very own
This is a pic of Joy when she first came back to the rescue, all nekkid and sassy.
Santa, if you could mark Joy's name on any packages sent to the rescue, it would help us get the prezzies in the right paws. Thank you! <3
Please Send Gifts to:
Texas Ferret Lovers Rescue
joseysmama@gmail.com
txferretrescue.org
We house roughly 50 in our shelter currently, and over 60 in a network of foster homes. Millie Sanders has been running this rescue for 23 years and currently it's the only ferret rescue left in operation in Texas. We're saving lives, as many as we can; finding forever homes for our thieving friends. Thank you for helping our rescue and our ferrets have a warm and bright Christmas!
Vet Bills Can Be Paid At:
Dr. Wendy Dearixon
Vickery Place Animal Hospital
2720 N Henderson Ave
Dallas TX United States 75206
Please mention that a donation is for our rescue account and the ferrets name? Thank you!

Joy has a Santa.

 
 

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