Lana is very active and playful. She loves humans and most other animals. She gets intimidated by some animals that are too rowdy.
Minnie wrestles and plays with all the other ferrets and will play with other animals too. She loves tennis balls and crochet toys. She's got a hoard of tennis balls under the dresser. She loves running through the tubes and playing in the rice box too. She's very sweet and doesn't mind being held.
Litter trained (as well as ferrets can be), descented, spayed. They are well socialized with humans. All ferrets have received two distemper vaccinations and have been treated for fleas and ear mites. (Pet store ferrets still need two distemper vaccinations and ear mite treatment.)
Minnie is healthy. Lana has the beginning of adrenal disease, which 75% of ferrets will get in their lifetimes. It is not life threatening if treated. As treatment, she has received a Deselorelin implant. This will last one year. At that time, another implant can be done at the rescue for $160 or adrenal surgery can be considered, which is $275 at the rescue vet.
$65 adoption fee for the pair. They must be let out of the cage or room at least twice a day and at least five hours per day.
They do NOT come with a cage. The rescue has cages for sale for $40 and up, as well as other ferret supplies, including: water bottles, food dishes, shampoo, harnesses, sleep sacks, hammocks, litter pans, Ferretone, ferret food, hanging cubes, deodorizer, ear wash, nail trimmers, beds, and much more. (They must go home with one month of food, so plan on buying food with the adoption, as well as any other supplies you may need.)
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