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Rehoming Process

We have lots of ferrets needing homes below:

We recommend that you visit the rescue and meet the ferrets so that you can assess their temperament to make sure that they are the right fit for you and your home.

If you are adopting a ferret to join an existing ferret or business of ferrets then we highly recommend that you bring them along to meet prospective new friends and to check that they get along together.

THERE IS A SMALL ADOPTION FEE FOR EACH FERRET 

​This fee contributes towards vaccination, microchip and neutering​ (The total cost to the rescue per ferret is over £100 minimum)

The adoption fee is:

 

£45 for one ferret to join an existing group (As a rule we do not rehome a ferret to live on it's own unless the ferret does not get on with other ferrets)

£40 per ferret when adopting multiple ferrets at the same time.

All of our ferrets are vaccinated against Canine Distemper, Microchipped and neutered (if they are too young for neuter then you will need to return them to the rescue for neuter when they are old enough).

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CORVID 19 UPDATE

The rescue is currently offering limited rehoming services during the lockdown. Rehoming appointments are assessed on a case by case basis to keep contact to a minimum. We will therefore prioritise enquiries from people who do not have existing ferrets that will need to meet prospective new ones and those that have their cage set up ready to receive ferrets. Each appointment is ninety minutes, to ensure that there is no cross over between visitors. Masks must be worn in all indoor areas and social distancing measures apply. Appointments will be available on a first come first serve basis. Please keep following us on social media to keep up to date with the latest updates!. Please keep following us on social media to keep up to date with the latest updates!

 

Please send any questions via the page messenger or email littlepawsferretrescue@gmail.com and our team will respond as quickly as possible!

 

We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused and look forward to seeing you as soon as the restrictions are lifted.

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White heart in black circle

Ferrets Available for Adoption

Last updated 25th March 2021

Ferne

Ferne is a neutered jill who was found in Lumley and taken to Cestria Vets. They contacted the rescue for help and She is our longest standing resident.

Ferne is a solo ferret as she does not like other ferrets. She can also be a little unpredictable especially with men. She can give a nip and this puts off potential rehomers. Once she settles in and feels comfortable she will relax and become friendlier. 

If you think you can offer Ferne an understanding forever home then please arrange a visit to meet this stunning little lady.

Star 

Star is a very small albino jill. Last years' kit. Very friendly and playful.

 

She will make a fantastic beginner ferret for new owners.

She will need to return for jill jab and neuter once old enough.

Triss

Triss is a very pretty albino jill.

 

She came in to rescue in very poor condition but she is now fully recovered and very friendly. Suitable for first time owners.

Triss will need to return for jill jab and neuter when old enough.

Mcqueen

Mcqueen is a lovely boy who was part of a recent large rescue where the ferrets were living in appalling conditions. He is recently neutered and in foster until his hormones reduce so that he can rejoin a group.

He will require some patience to get him used to being handled but our foster team are working on this with him.

Ringo

Ringo is a lovely boy who was part of a recent large rescue where the ferrets were living in appalling conditions. He is recently neutered and in foster until his hormones reduce so that he can rejoin a group.

He will require some patience to get him used to being handled but our foster team are working on this with him.

Hulk

Hulk is a young hob who was surrendered to the rescue with his brother Spidey. They will be reunited once their hormones have settled. They are both neutered recently and will be in foster for a few weeks until they are ready for rehome.

Spidey

Spidey is a young hob who was surrendered to the rescue with his brother Hulk. They will be reunited once their hormones have settled. They are both neutered recently and will be in foster for a few weeks until they are ready for rehome.

Ticks

Ticks is a very nice natured small albino hob. He was found as a stray and enjoyed sneaking up on the stable hands in a riding school. The poor lad was covered in fleas and over 40 ticks. He is such a lovely lad and we hope, once he is castrated, to find him a friend. He will be available in a few weeks once hormones have reduced. Picture to be updated soon!

Chas

 is a lovely boy who was part of a recent large rescue where the ferrets were living in appalling conditions. He is recently neutered and in foster until his hormones reduce so that he can re-join a group.

He will require some patience to get him used to being handled but our foster team are working on this with him.

Dave

Dave is a very fearful boy who was part of a recent large rescue where the ferrets were living in appalling conditions. He has never known life outside of a dirty cage. He is recently neutered and in foster until he learns some trust and manners.

He will require some patience to get him used to being handled but our foster team are working on this with him.

Tom

Tom is an adult male. He is currently implanted and will need to be castrated once the implant wears off in around a years time. He is very friendly and currently living with three girls that all came from the same home in a large rescue effort. He is learning to enjoy a nice comfy clean bed.

Fiona

Fiona is a 2-3 year old jill who was rescued as part of a large case. She is a little shy and can give the odd nip but she is learning to enjoy her new clean bed and some play time. Currently living with Tom and Myrtle and Cordilia. Neutered and microchipped. Just needs vaccinations then will be ready for rehome.

Pictures coming soon!

Myrtle

Myrtle is a pretty little poley jill. She is very nervous and needs to build some trust but we think she will learn to relax soon. Neutered and microchipped. Just needs vaccinations then will be ready for rehome. Currently living with Tom and Fiona.

Pictures coming soon!

Frederick

Frederick is a young poley hob who was surrendered from a loving family with children. He is friendly but a bit hormonal. He will be neutered very soon and can find a pal once his hormones settle. Frederick is currently in foster until neutered and ready for company. 

Pictures coming soon!

Euro

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Euro is a full EU polecat. He is young and quite nippy. He will be castrated and we will work with him to get him more friendly and easy to handle in the coming weeks.

Pictures of this stunning boy to follow!

Bear

Bear is currently vasectomised but will be fully neutered as he cannot live with others and we are worried that he has some abnormality in his testicle which is better removed. He is very friendly with people and a very handsome boy.

Watch This Space for New Arrivals

We endeavour to update the website as often as possible. New ferrets come in every week and we need to have them neutered, vaccinated and behaviour tested before we advertise them.