Ferret Association of Connecticut

A 14 Sherbrooke Avenue, Hartford, CT 06106 shelter helping to find loving homes for small animals.

L. Vanessa Gruden

Pets at Ferret Association of Connecticut

  • Any
  • Small Animals
  • Any
  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female
Photo of Ozzy & Glinda

Ozzy & Glinda

Male, Senior

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1 - 1 of 1 Adoptable Pets at This Shelter

Areas Ferret Association of Connecticut Serves

Connecticut and borders of neighboring states. Please note we serve domestic ferrets only.

Ferret Association of Connecticut's Adoption Process

1. Submit Application

Our application link:
Once received, we'll be in touch!

2. Interview

We normally meet people in the early evening weekdays or on Sunday mornings. After we chat, we'll meet some ferrets suitable for your family

3. Take the Pet Home

Our standard adoption fee is $100 (pairs are discounted). If all goes well, you'll take your new ferret home with you that day!

We require an in-person interview. Our application is intended to help guide the interview, so we can help make sure a ferret is the right pet for your family and discuss food and care requirements.
We have a standard adoption contract that states if for any reason the adopted ferret must be given up, it is returned to us.
Our standard adoption fee is $100. Pairs that must stay together are discounted.
Since nearly all ferrets sold locally came from pet stores and are already spayed/neutered, we do not get litters of babies into our shelter.

About Ferret Association of Connecticut

FACT has been in operation since 1991. When we began, there was no other shelter for ferrets in New England. Now many more animal control and spcas will take in and adopt out ferrets, however, we offer ferrets and adopters specialized, extensive knowledge.

Come Meet Ferret Association of Connecticut's Pets

You can see our adoptable pets on our website, www.ferretassn.org.
Please contact us for an application first. We do not have "open hours" and work primarily by appointment.

Ferret Association of Connecticut's Adopted Pets

See Adopted Pets List