Little Bear is a sweet sable boy. He had a buddy who passed away in May. Since then, his owner is unable to let him out enough and wants to find him a home where he will have lots of attention and time to play out of the cage. Little Bear is afraid of loud noises, but likes to walk on a leash. He's used to cats & dogs and doesn't mind getting his nails clipped.
We do not recommend ferrets to families with children under 6. Prior to adoption, this ferret will receive a vet exam and canine distemper vaccination.
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PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE TO COMPLETE AN ADOPTION APPLICATION (http://ferretassn.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/application-application.pdf).
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