And Now A Few Messages...



A Message From Boris...

Hey guys, I'm Boris. I'm an 8 month polecat hob. I found my way to Lee when Liane at Central Ferret Welfare saved me and gave me a good meal and a roof over my head. I was very thin but now I'm getting to where I need to be. I also had some muscle loss on my hind legs from not having enough room to exercise, which gave me a little trouble. But Lee took me to the vets and got me some medicine. I don't limp anymore and I'm war dancing all over the garden.

Lee introduced me to Betty (I think she's my girlfriend ) and we both live in a massive shed. I have biscuits all day and 3 chicks a day. I also get an egg now and again. It took me 6 days and now I'm litter trained (Betty helped). Lee said I've got  to go back to the vets for a check up about my legs and for something called "getting the snip" (not to sure what that is, but I bet it's going to be fun). That's all for now; I'm going for a walk with Betty on our leads. Will keep you all posted. 

Boris. X




We recently re-homed a lovely fellow to an equally lovely family.  They have called him Wispa and sent this picture of him settling in to become a member of the family and also a spendid sonnet by a very pleased and, dare we say smitten, young lady.




And this from a previous success story...

From Ed & Will

Our ferret journey started 6 years ago when my partners sister half joked about getting him a ferret for his 21st.... Since then my partner has badgered me to get a ferret, I've always stuck by my opinion of "they smell, they're ugly and look rat faced and Are horrid".

Fast forward 6 yrs to 2 months ago and I contacted the ferret rescue because I decided that for Edward I wanted to at least try, no ferrets were available but I was told we would be contacted if any came up, when lianne contacted me a few weeks later to say that 2 albino boys had come in I jumped at the chance of arranging a visit with Maggie.

Having not told my partner what we were doing I nervously arrived to meet the boys.

Maggie and her husband introduced us to some of their own ferrets before bringing in the cutest, really timid boys, instantly we were hooked and totally in love with them!

They answered all the questIons we had and we arranged to visit again the following week.

The change in the boys was amazing, all because of the care and play they had undoubtedly received from Maggie and her family.

When they were both neutered a few days later we were so nervous and worried about it, and a week laterwe arrived to take them home, (even bigger change in them both) both of us so scared, and nervous. We so badly wanted to do the right thing by them, knowing we had the full support of Maggie and her family was a great comfort.

In the week and half we've had Mr Kimble and Ru home with us has been totally Mental. We are amazed at how quickly they have both settled into a routine and seem to be learning to trust us both!

In turn, thankyou to you all for your help and advice with the boys but most of all for entrusting them to us!

Thank you.

Ed and Will.