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 Pending 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. 
 
(photos coming soon)
 
Meeka and Trixie- Adopted as a Pair only
Birthday:  2011
Gender: Females
Color: Silver roan/champagne sable with mitts and blaze
Size: Small to medium
These two girls are so much fun.  Sweet and playful.  They get along with other ferrets well.  Trixie is our climber so a new home must know to look up when searching for this little girl.  Both girls are a little small but almost average size for a female.  They will only go to a home together. 


 
Beavis - on hold until April 21 for full evaluation
Birthday:  August 2013
Gender: Male
Color: Black sable
Size: Large
Beavis loves cats.  His previous home had a cat best friend who he missed greatly the first week he was here.    Now he plays with Garrett and Swiper very well.  He has a great love of tubes for crawling and turning around in.  Beavis needs to either go to a home with one of his current buddies or a home with more ferret friends. 
 

 
Garrett (the ferret)
Birthday:  April 2013
Gender: Male
Color: Dark Champagne
Size: Large
Owner is in his first year of college and mom is severly allergic.  He has a huge fear of most ferrets but so far we have been successful in housing him with Swiper and two very gentle ferrets.  Garrett looks to humans for most of his entertainment and really loves everyone.  Only good with quiet ferrets, currently friends with a blind ferret and an old ferret.
 

Dash and George - Although not bonded, will want them to stay together as Dash gets very lonely without his George
Owner had to take on two jobs and her rental house is not able to be modified to let them run around unsupervised.  Both are used to small children.
 
Dash
Birthday:  2000
Gender: Male
Color: Dark eyed white no other markings
Size: Large
This boy lives up to his name.  Loves to play but sometimes likes to use his mouth to grab on.  He doesn't mean to bite at all and it is more of a hold.  He loves his George and we hope we can find someone to love them the same.  Dash is just recovering from shelter shock.  He fell into a deep depression about 3 days after being left at the shelter.  He will need to regain weight and attitude before considering for adoption.  He has bitten hard a few times under stress.
 
George
Birthday:  June 2012
Gender: Male
Color: Sable with bib, toes have minimal white and he has some roaning on his rear
Size: Medium
George is terrified of other ferrets.  It has taken him awhile to realize that Dash is okay.  Now they are so heavily bonded that when George screams at another ferret, Dash comes running. Now George is the adventerous one, he will try and get into things that his "big brother" Dash cannot.  He is very agile.  George will attack other ferrets.  Dash will remain his only buddy.

 
Swiper
Birthday:  2011
Gender: Male
Color: Brown sable or darker Champagne
Size: Medium
Swiper came from a home of love but bad environment from a horrible landlord who refused to fix the home they were in.  Everyone got out but the health of the humans had deteriated so severely that they were unable to care for their ferrets.  Swiper came in with two unhealthy ferrets and we are working on bonding him with Garrett so they get to go to a home together.  This will help in their adjustment period.  Since Garrett is scared of almost all other ferrets, we prefer they go to a home without ferrets already there.
 

 






 
Note there are more ferrets available for foster than adoption - See Permanent Resident page.  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 most bedding.