Adoptable Ferrets

We strive to keep this updated but there may be more ferrets available than what is listed here.  Standard adoption fee is $65 for singles, $100 for pairs or trios (unless otherwise noted). Please review the Policies and Guidelines prior to contacting us. Ferrets for adoption are located in Spokane Valley. Note that some are marked as Not Yet Available and those require evaluations of health and temperament. All ferrets who arrive here are held for a minimum of 2 weeks before adoption is considered.   We do not adopt out unhealthy ferrets, bad biters, or those 6 years old and older. Strays will be kept for 30 days.  If no owner is located, then they will be considered abandoned and placed up for adoption unless not found healthy enough.

CURRENTLY ALL FERRETS ARE ON HOLD BECAUSE OF COLDS - WE DO NOT ADOPT OUT SICK FERRETS

 
List updated February 14, 2018



Kahlua aka Kayless
Birthday: 2014
Gender: Male
Color: Sable
Size: Large
Stray found wondering on the Cheney campus.  Very sweet and gets along with other animals. He has gained weight but has some hair loss which might be adrenal disease.  Owner did contact us and once we told him that Kahlua should be tested for adrenal disease, he never contacted us again.  Very sweet ferret.


Martin and Stella (pending foster home)
Birthday:  2012/2013
Gender: Male/Female
Color:  Dark eyed white
Size: Large/medium
After 3 homes passed them around, we were contacted to take them in.  They came in October 8 and need extensive dental work.  Martin hates other ferrets.  After we make sure they are healthy, we will see about putting them up for adoption.  We cannot stress enough about feeding the correct food and a lot of out of cage time to prevent teeth deterioration.
They are heavily bonded and now up to the correct weight.  Must heavier than this original photo.


Kimber  Pending evaluation
Birthday:  March 2017
Gender:  Female
Color:  Albino
Size: Medium
Bought as a gift for someone who does not like cats.  Who was also pregnant and has young kids.  This household was not setup for a young female ferret as their first ever ferret.  She learned to nip at the kids as they tried to ignore her.  She learned to nip at hands who tried to pick her up.  She is not a mean ferret but a young untrained one.  


Mr Sam and Doc Pending evaluation
Birthday:  2015
Gender: Males
Color:  Dark Champagne and Dark Eyed White
Size: Medium
Just arrived 1/28.  Under weight and will be evaluated in the coming weeks.  Owner unable to let them out of the cage because of increase in job hours.  


Valandris Pending evaluation
Birthday:  March 2017
Gender:  Female
Color:  Black sable
Size: Medium
Owner had to move and unable to provide the right environment for her.  She has experienced minimal out of cage time and an inconsistent diet.  This has caused her to become frustrated and start biting people to let her down.  We hope she is young enough to train out of this habit.

Note there are more ferrets available for foster than adoption - See Permanent Resident page (in need of updates).  Foster ferrets are those who are older or with medical needs.  Veterinary care becomes the responsibility of the rescue along with food.  Although we appreciate it if the foster can provide food.  Our foster families must live fairly close to the rescue and keep in constant contact with us.  Cages will be provided along with hammocks and litter.