08-08-2017 09:23 AM
I am looking to sell my two female ferrets for about 100$. Their cage, toys, accessories are all included. They are about 1 year old. And i'd like to keep them together if possible. I just cant afford their expenses at this moment. If you are interested please let me know
08-08-2017 09:30 AM - edited 08-08-2017 12:41 PM
Welcome to the community! I'm sorry to hear that you're unable to keep your ferrets. You may want to call your local Petco and ask what rescue groups they work with, then you could contact that rescue group and see if they can provide some advice or assistance. You can find the number to your local Petco store here. Additionally here's an article from our community of pet lovers with tips for rehoming a pet. You may also want to share the city and state you're located so community users near you can contact you. Good luck!
08-08-2017 10:40 AM
08-08-2017 11:35 AM
Most rescues will try to keep them together, although finding a home for a pair is tougher than for a single ferret. If they have bonded, seperating them could cause both to go into depression. It's sad, their life time is so short anyway, and being shuffled around is hard on them too. They bond with their owner. I am looking to save one that is listed in my area on craigslist. He has been re-homed 3 times now. You may get more exposure listing him on craigslist, or in your local newspaper or trade paper. I don't really think there is very much exposure on Petco forum. Best of luck.
08-08-2017 04:30 PM
You might get some help by looking up "Dookerz on the move" on Facebook. They may be able to help you find forever homes for your 2 girls.
08-12-2017 05:40 AM
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