How to get in touch...
We do have lots of ferrets needing new homes so please contact us by email if you are looking to adopt. It is helpful if you can let us know what area you live in when you first email, this is so that we can ensure we cover your area and can get a homechecker.
All adult ferrets are neutered, vaccinated and microchipped before we rehome them.
Please do not phone us for veterinary advice without first seeking guidance from your own vet. We get a lot of calls asking for a diagnosis of a ferret that we have never seen, we are not vets and cannot legally diagnose your ferret. Once you have seen your vet, if you wish to talk through treatment options or techniques on how to give medication, we will do our best to help with these enquiries.
Lost and Found Ferrets
If you have lost or found a ferret, please give us as much detail as possible by email, this will help us identify the real owner.
When posting details of a FOUND ferret, please do not post photos of it, or details of its sex or colour publicly, these details should be withheld so the true owner can identify their ferret. It is better to just list the date and location and that it is a found ferret.
You can also list your lost of found ferret on the UK lost and found pages on faceboook. This is moderated and shared widely.
If you find a ferret and it is injured please take it straight to your local vet.
Ferret friendly vets in our area are:
Calne Veterinary Centre, 01249 811944.
Chalkland Vets, Chippenham 01249 588805
Vets Now, Swindon 01793 278695
Highcroft Exotics, Bristol 01275 832410
For URGENT enquiries (for example stray ferrets) please contact the rescue on: 07724 473474.
For all non-urgent enquiries, please contact us by e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
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