Advocating for ferrets in Michigan since 2001
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In my opinion, ferrets are best obtained by rescue, not from a pet store where ferrets are "sold" specifically for profit. I do not "sell" ferrets. I "re-home" them. They've already been "dumped" once and I want to make sure they are not "dumped" again. The ferrets under my care deserve to have a safe and secure "forever" home and I do everything I can to guarantee that. Ferrets aren't for everybody and I can't stress strongly enough that you should do your research. If you are interested in learning about ferrets, please feel free to contact the WMFC.

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Photo of Snowy & Chloe

Snowy & Chloe
Not-Known, Adult, Female, Small

Ferret

Photo of Lucky & Chance

Lucky & Chance
Not-Known, Adult, Male, Small

Ferret

Photo of Neo & Chloe

Neo & Chloe
Not-Known, Adult, Male, Small

Ferret

Photo of Coltrane

Coltrane
Not-Known, Adult, Male, Medium

Ferret

Photo of Nicholas

Nicholas
Not-Known, Adult, Male, Medium

Ferret

Photo of Ozzy & Goku

Ozzy & Goku
Not-Known, Adult, Male, Medium

Ferret

Photo of Bandit

Bandit
Not-Known, Adult, Male, Small

Ferret

Photo of Cubby & Remmy

Cubby & Remmy
Not-Known, Adult, Male, Medium

Ferret

Photo of Oscar & Olivia Wilde

Oscar & Olivia Wilde
Not-Known, Adult, Male, Medium

Ferret

Photo of Farrah, Sybil, Mercedes

Farrah, Sybil, Mercedes
Not-Known, Adult, Female, Small

Ferret

Photo of Clyde, Stormy & Lumi

Clyde, Stormy & Lumi
Not-Known, Adult, Male, Medium

Ferret

Photo of Blanca & Tavi

Blanca & Tavi
Not-Known, Adult, Female, Small

Ferret

Photo of Boba & Kibble

Boba & Kibble
Not-Known, Adult, Male, Medium

Ferret

Photo of Garrett

Garrett
Not-Known, Adult, Male, Small

Ferret

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Are you ready for a long-term commitment of 6-8 years?
Can you afford to pay for the necessary high quality food, distemper/rabies vaccines and vet bills that can occur?
Can you afford the purchase of a safe, properly equipped cage?
Do you have the time needed to interact with your ferret?
Is your household free of young children?
Do you have other animals in the house that would NOT be compatible?
Can you "ferret proof" an area for them to play?
If you rent, does the landlord allow ferrets?

Did you answer YES to ALL of these questions?? Are you sure about your answers???

Check the list of DO's and DON'Ts. Then revisit your answers.