Warlow Poor Warlow has had a rough time of it. He's a young guy of perhaps 2 or 3, but he's been deathly ill. He was surrendered once and fostered out but when he became so ill he was returned again. When I took him on as a foster, it was because our rescue mom, Millie, had fallen and broke her leg and Warlow needed close attention. He refused to make the transition from soupie back to kibble and so he would get a bit better and then a lot worse again. It took 5 days of round the clock syringe feedings to even get him interested in eating soup on his own again. He was in bad shape and I really wasn't certain he would pull through. I believe an older ferret would have succumbed. I think he had just given up emotionally. Now here he is, rounded out and feeling so much better. He is still in foster care because he seems to have some sort of issue with his gait that causes him to swing his back legs out like he is paddling a canoe, he still seems to have days where his belly troubles him, and also because it's taken him a long time to learn how to be a ferret. For the first 2 months I never saw him play. Now he gets into *everything* and I bet he would love for Santa to bring him some new toys and diversions. He can get up to mischief with the old ladies like ZaZa and ChinaIna. I don't believe he has a mean bone in his little body but he can't resist seeing how hard he has to push them to make them squeak. He has gotten hopelessly addicted to Wysong Quail Dream Treats and Pickle Juice, and he eats Orijen Cat and Kitten kibble and steals soupie whenever he can. Right now his favorite thing is a little baby swing. He sits in it and begs for someone to turn it on so he can ride back and forth with his little stuffed frog that he keeps in the seat.
Santa, please put Warlow's name on any packages sent to the rescue? It helps Millie get the prezzies in the right paws right away. Fank you! <3
Please Send Gifts to:
Texas Ferret Lovers Rescue
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!

Warlow has a Santa.


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