I'm being cared for by: Ferret Association/Rhode Island
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Sol
housetrained, good with kids, and good with small animals.
Sol is best friends with Leo. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
I am housetrained, good with kids, and good with small animals.
THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING FOR AN OWNER LIVING IN THE WARWICK RI AREA. We are prescreening potential homes for this ferret and would pass along your information directly to the owner. You both meet and the owner makes the final decision on who will adopt the ferret. Any rehoming fee is paid to the owner. Sol is a gorgeous dark-eyed white lady of 3 years. Sol is very playful and energetic and willing to play rough! Sol wants a home that will include her lifelong friend, Leo. We at the Ferret Association will provide an adopter with free care info, samples and coupons for your new pet, as well as up to 1 hour of free counseling by phone or email to make sure the transition into your home goes smoothly.
The Ferret Association was established in 1991 with a focus on the care and welfare of domestic ferrets.
Our Adoption Process...
This is an "additional" location established to find homes for ferrets located in Rhode Island via our Ferret Find-a-Home program. Find-a-Home is an assisted adoption service that helps responsible owners find great new homes for their pets directly. The Ferret Association prescreens potential homes and provides their information to the owner. The owner and adopter have one introductory meeting, references are checked, if needed, the ferret receives vaccinations and a vet exam, and if all goes well, they meet again to finalize the adoption. We support adopters with free information and up to 1-hour of consultation to ensure the ferret transitions smoothly into their home.
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