Ginger is playful and friendly. She loves to play with crochet eggs and kongs and she goes crazy in the rice dig box.
She will play with other ferrets and with other animals. She can go to a home with or without another ferret. She must be let out of the cage or room at least twice a day and for at least six hours every day.
She is healthy with no medical issues. Litter trained (as well as ferrets can be), descented, spayed. All ferrets have received two distemper vaccinations at the rescue and have been treated for fleas and ear mites. They are well socialized with humans. (Pet store ferrets still need two distemper vaccinations and to be treated for ear mites.)
$130 adoption fee. Adoption fees help pay rescue vet and food bills.
She does 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. (She 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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