Welcome to Lakeroad Ferret Farm Rescue/Shelter, Inc.

Possum's Special Additions, AKA Rants

   Reporter Possum left for the Rainbow Bridge on February 13, 2012.
   Reporter Sarah left for the Rainbow Bridge on June 12, 2014.

   Reporter Daisy's special additions to the Newsletter

   Rants from 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, & 2010.

 

December 13, 2017:
Oh My! Hello cyber friends and shelter supporters,
  There are boxes and boxes being dropped off daily for us fur kids. Some from the Santa's that picked fur kids off the Christmas Giving Tree, some from far away families that help support their special fur kid(s).
  Mum has been letting us open the boxes as they get here so she does not get behind in capturing our Christmas excitement with photos. We fur kids at the shelter are so blessed to have so many humans send us stuff for Christmas.
  Mum is going to post samples pictures now so you can see what we got and how much fun we had opening our presents. After Christmas Mum and Miss Tori will have all the pictures Mum took for each of us, up on our individual web pages.
We want you to know how much we appreciate your generosity by making sure we have a very Merry Christmas. These are the fur kids that have gotten their presents, in the last 2 days.
Bain and Silky - second box from Miss Mary B.
Jax - from Miss Tara N.
Max and Shy - from Tara N.
Sasha II- from Jean S

  Mum wants you to know if you don't want updates from our mailing list all you need to do is let her know, she will remove you from the list. We are working on getting that list into something that will let you unsubscribe without our help but until then all you need to do is let Mum know you want to be removed from the list.
Okay time to go bounce!
  Lance

        

December 10, 2017:
It's Christmas at the shelter!
Oh My! Hello cyber friends and shelter supporters,
  There are boxes and boxes being dropped off daily for us fur kids. Some from the Santa's that picked fur kids off the Christmas Giving Tree, http://ferretgivingtree.com/ some from far away families that help support their special fur kid(s). http://www.ferretfarm.org/Sponsorship.html
  Mum has been letting us open the boxes as they get here so she does not get behind in capturing our Christmas excitement with photos. We fur kids here at the shelter are so blessed to have so many humans send us stuff for Christmas.
  Mum is going to post samples pictures now so you can see what we got and how much fun we had opening our presents. After Christmas Mum and Miss Tori will have all the pictures Mum took for each of us, up on our individual web pages.
  We want you to know how much we appreciate your generosity making sure we have a very Merry Christmas.

These are the fur kids that have gotten their presents
Scully - from his far away Mom Priscilla
Bain and Silky - from Miss Mary B.
Bombay from Miss Candace Giving Tree

Okay time to go bounce!
  Lance

        

December 8, 2017:
Hello Cyber friends and shelter supporters -
  Mum and Miss Tori are putting together a donor page on our web site. This page is going to include all donors, time, talent and treasure - We are letting you know that your name will be placed on these pages.
  If you would prefer we not use your name we would like you to let me and Mum know at ferretfarm@frontiernet.net. If we do not hear from you we will place your name on the donor list of honor.
  This page will go live in January 2018 with all the name of humans that help our Mum take care of us. We hope you will allow us to show you off as a loyal Lakeroad Ferret Farm supporter.
Gotta bounce
  Lance

December 5, 2017:
Hello cyber friends and shelter supporters!
  Mum and I thought it was time to bring you an update on Mum's health, and what is going on at the shelter. Mum is still out of work, the official diagnoses is Rheumatoid Arthritis. As most of our friends/supporters know Mum has spent years avoiding modern medicine and all that it pushes.
  Doc. Charlie has been counseling Mum for several years, allowing her the freedom to make the medical choices according to her beliefs. Mum thought she could plow through this without medical intervention and medications. Mum found out the hard way she can't!
  The last flair, Mum tried for 11 days to cope with the pain and lack of mobility without intervention. It got so bad that many of our volunteers had to step up and come to the shelter to help Mum take care of us because she could not walk or stand for more than a minute or two. The realization finally hit, Mum was going to have to accept the fact that she has something she can't wish away, ignore or pretend is not happening to her body.
  That said Doc. Charlie has Mum on meds that are helping her keep moving with less pain and more mobility, she will be seeing the R. A. doc on the 8th she expects there will be different meds to take once that happens. Doc Charlie believes he can have Mum almost back to 100% once they get her started on the meds that she needs to stop the progression of R. A.
  The shelter volunteers are helping Mum come up with different ways of doing things here to make it easier on her. One of the changes made, is modifying the barriers Mum has been hopping over for 25 yr. The barriers can now be opened like a door, they are secured closed with dowel. See before and after pictures.
  We have some fur kids that can and do climb the new barriers so Mum has been covering them with coroplast as she can. Mum was covering the one barrier between the playroom and ferret room, Junior was hanging with Mum as she was working. Junior decided to not just hang with Mum he wanted to help. Oh my Mum was just beside herself when she turned around to see what he was up to.
  Mum wants to let everyone know how much she appreciates the thoughts and prayers being sent for her to get better. We are so blessed to have so many volunteers step up and pick up the slack while Mum works through this medical issue. Mum really did not see this coming, she thought she was going to keep moving in her fast paced life, until the day she died.
  It seems she was grossly mistaken. Life sure does toss us some lemons but Mum says she is going to make lemonade no matter how many lemons come her way. We are blessed to have your support!

Thank you for helpen us take care of our Mum.
Okay gotta bounce
  Lance


              

November 23, 2017:
Happy, Happy Turkey Day cyber friends and shelter supporters.
  This is one time of the year I am happy to have fur and not feathers! Mum sometimes calls me a turkey when I get myself into things I should not, but at least I will not end up on the dinner table this Thursday.
  We fur kids living here at the shelter want to send our sincere gratitude to all the humans that support us with your time, talent and treasure. Your support is invaluable, your loyalty and dedication to helping our Mum take care of us year after year is spectacular.. ( Mum helped me with the big words)
  You humans rock! Enjoy your family and friends, eat lots and lots of good food, if travelling be safe.
As for me, I've got to bounce!

November 10, 2017:
  Hello cyber friends and shelter supporters! You've got to see this! Mum was contacted by Miss Linda, she is back in business and asked Mum if she was interested in resuming their partnership in ferret Christmas ornaments.
  I've attached a picture of the samples Mum got, the ornaments can be custom made with your ferrets name or a name of a fur kid you know, that would make their human happy to hang on their Christmas tree.
  They are $4.00 each - if you are interested let Mum know at ferretfarm@frontiernet.net she will get the information from you to Miss Linda to get them made.
  On another note...little Harley went to her new 4-ever home with Miss Kristin Thursday afternoon. Miss Kristin adopted Batman back in June 2017.

I guess that is all the news I have to share.
Gotta bounce
  Lance

       

November 6, 2017:
Hello cyber friends and shelter supporters,
  I thought you might like to see the pictures Mum took of Harley getting into one of the winning beds for the paper towel campaign. Miss Donna won one of them, she gave it to little Harley.
  Miss Donna saved little Harley in October 2017, Harley was found out running around in Rochester New York. Mum got an email about this little one, asking Mum if we could help. Mum is always up to helping a little fur kid that is in trouble.
  Miss Donna went to the place in Rochester that had gotten Harley off the streets, took her directly to Our Favorite Doc for check up, and vaccines. The little one had a nasty messed up ear. Once OFD got her checked out, back on the wellness track, Miss Donna went to Brockport to pick her up to bring her to Naples.
  Miss Donna named her Harley. Harley is enjoying her new things Miss Donna won for her.
Gotta Bounce,
  Lance

           

November 1, 2017:
  Now for an update on Mum's health - lots of folks are asking what is going on, how she is feeling? Cards and well wishes arriving in the mail. Here is what we know so far. (Mum gave me permission to say)
  Tuesday 10/31 Mum got to see the nurse practitioner, Mita Moorthi for an hour. Dr. Palma came in to see Mum about 20 min later. These human medical folks are in Rochester NY - more blood (Dr Charlie ordered) + some of what these folks wanted and X-rays were ordered. Dr Palma rheumatologist says he does not believe Mum has gout - it is Pseudogout - Mum spoke with Doc Charlie for a good amount of time this morning, he says that is a good possibility. Dr.Palma's words were you do not fit the gout guidelines. Mum says since when has she ever fit in anyone's guidelines for anything?VBG
  Here is some insight on the difference.
  Mum was able to get the imaging and blood draw done in the building right next door to where she saw the NP and Doc.
  X-rays on her shoulders and ankles, they wanted Mum's hands too but Mum said Doc Charlie had already had that done last Friday. Mum says we really don't have any answers to our questions, she expects what answers they get will be sent to Doc Charlie for his review. Doc Charlie told Mum this morning that the X-Rays on her hands were negative for arthritis. So that's what we know and don't know. She had a pretty good week last week, without any medical up-sets, she is just a bit fatigued.
  Miss Patty stayed the week to help Mum get to and from doctor and PT appointments. She went home yesterday. Mum is to continue the PT 2 times a week. We will keep you posted as we find out just what is making Mum not feel like our Mum.

October 28, 2017:
  Hello cyber friends and shelter supporters,
  Time is running out, Halloween is almost here.. the paper towel campaign is almost over. WOW! You humans are sure good to us, Mum says we have paper towels up to our ears. No worries; that's a good thing! The raffle ends on October 31, the winning tickets will be drawn November 1, 2017.
  Mum says our landmines are numorous enough to need everyone of them. Thank You for your support and generosity!
  Now I have an update on Mum's health, she gave me permission to share!
  As of today Mum is still not working on the Big Yellow Thingy, she is out of work at least until December. Doc. Charlie has been ordering all sorts of tests, hurt sticks, pictures of Mum's bones, and physical theropy 2 times a week, trying to find out what is going on with her. Doc Charlie is even sending her to a special far away Doc in Rochester to get a second opinion.
  The things we do know is, it is NOT lymes desease! What we don't know is why the intense pain that happens, comes on as a sudden onset with no warning, and in different parts of her body, at times making it impossible for Mum to crush our pills for our souptime meds, or pick us fur kids up. Right now she has her hands back, she is able to respond to emails at this time.
  Miss Patty has come to stay at the shetler to shuttle Mum to and from medical appointments. Anyone that knows Mum, knows she is not a good patient. Mum does not trust doctors, and has many alergy issues with medications that might help, which complicates figuring out just what Mum's malfunction is. Well we all know Mum has lots of malfunctions ...oops please don't tell Mum I said that...but the ones I am telling you about now are physical.
  Mum is trying to be coopertive with Doc. Charlie and his requests for her to get this and that done. Doc Charlie is being very kind and understanding to Mum's aversion to medical doctors. There have been a couple doctors that have almost killed Mum (literally and unintentionally) Mum does not trust many people when it comes to her health.
  Mum found some cards in the mail today from well wishers, how nice of you to put a smile on Mum's face. Thank you for your kind words and helping us keep Mum's spirits up while we work to figure out just what is going on with Mum and her health.

Okay Gotta Bounce (remember don't tell Mum I said she has malfunctions)
  Lance

    

October 16, 2017:
  Hello cyber friends and shelter supporters here is an update on our steps/deck and Mr. Dave. The project is done, Mr Dave completed it last Sunday just before he was to go into the hospital for surgery. He told Mum he was going to finish the job just in case he does not come home.
  The cards we requested are coming in, Mum delivered 6 of them to him yesterday, Mr. Dave says thank you for the cards, Mr Dave told Mum she had permission to tell you he was ill and needed surgery.
Thank you for helping Mum say thank you for keeping Mum safe.
Okay I gotta bounce
  Lance

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October 7, 2017:
Hello cyber friends and Shelter supporters. Lance here, bouncing in to ask a small favor.
  Here is the back story. Mum has a couple of times fallen down/off the outside steps to the house. She has a friend/volunteer who told her if she could get the materials he would build Mum a new set of steps/deck that would be safer and easier for her to come up and down.
  Mum did manage to get the materials that were needed. Mr. Dave started building the deck and steps back in June right after our Ferret Fuzzbutt Tune-up and Picnic. In the middle of the project, he got some "not so good news," and the work slowed to almost a stop. Mr. Dave has been trying to get the project done to make Mum safe this winter. He is near the end part of the project. Now for the favor:
  Mum and I thought, from the prompting of Miss Kathy, that it would be nice if all of our volunteers and Shelter supporters would send cards acknowledging the hours of work and the expert talent Mr. Dave put into keeping our Mum safe.
  The cards could be sent here to us at the Shelter, and Mum would deliver them to Mr. Dave. He is a pretty private person so sending the cards directly to him is not an option. We think Mr. Dave deserves more than Mum saying thank you and an occasional chocolate bar. We think a card from each of our supporters and volunteers would be a great way of letting Mr. Dave know how much we appreciate his time and talent in keeping our Mum safe.
  Okay, thanks for taking the time to read my request. Mum and I hope you will help let Mr. Dave know just how much we appreciate all he has done. Before and after pictures attached.

You can send the cards here:
  Dave Zona
  C/O Lakeroad Ferret Farm
  P.O. Box 698
  Naples, New York 14512

Gotta bounce,
  Lance

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September 25, 2017:
Hello Cyber friends and shelter supporters,
  Mum got wind of this article, from the Ferret Mailing List (FML) FERRET-L@LISTSERV.FERRETMAILINGLIST.ORG - a sad state of affairs just a couple of hours away from us.
  I am such a lucky fur kid to have found my way here and not at this awful place. ​Thanks to Happy Tails - The animal control staff and Miss Laura, she loved me on sight, called Mum to ask if she could help me.
  Below is the link to the seizure of 343 animals: ​http://buffalonews.com/2017/09/22/women-face-charges-nearly-350-animals-found-home/
  ​I want to say thank you for all you do to help our Mum take care of each and everyone of us that lives here at the Lakeroad Shelter - we are blessed!

Okay enough of that sappy stuff (Mum told me to say that)
Gotta bounce
  Lance

September 16, 2017:
HELLOOOOOOOO cyber friends and shelter supporters...I wanted to bounce in to tell you about the 2 newest fur kids that have come to live at the shelter.
  Mum got a call from SPCA of Tompkins County a couple of weeks ago asking her if she knew anyone that would/could take 2 medically challenged ferrets. Well you can guess what Mum told them!
  It took some time for SPCA to sort some things out for the girl, but we got the call on Monday 9/ 11/ 17 from Mr. Doug asking Mum is she was sure she could take the girls, and if so does she have a way of getting them to Naples or did they have to find them a ride? Mum told Mr. Doug she would check with one of our volunteers that lives in the vicinity of SPCA and get back to them.
  Mr. Pete stepped up for us once again and told Mum and Mr. Doug he would get the girls to Naples on Thursday afternoon 9/14/17. Mr. Pete needed to take the afternoon off from work to do this for us.
  Mr. Pete arrived at the shelter with Sasha and Rasha at 4 in the afternoon. They are tiny little girls but Mum says she can fatten them up some. She offered them some duck soup by dropper the evening they came in. by Saturday morning 9/16/17 they were eating duck soup on their own out of a shallow dish. The girls were bouncing and dooking Friday morning when Mum took them out of their cage to play. I think they are happy to be here.
Okay time to go bounce!
  Lance

September 5, 2017:
Hello cyber friends and shelter supporters
  I am happy to report Odessa has gone to a new forever home with Miss Janette, she left Saturday morning. Miss Janette wanted to give her 3 full days of her being home with Odessa to let her adjust to her new home. That is the happy news.
  Gus is pouting and sad because Mum goes back to work driving the big yellow thingy tomorrow morning. Vacation is over, it is back to a schedule with no snooze alarm and hanging out for hours doing whatever.
It's time for me to go bounce
  Lance

     

August 22, 2017:
  Hello cyber friends and shelter supporters, I have some great, great news to share! Remi has a new home, meet Mr. Joe and Miss Whitney - this is the day Remi when home with them. Her new family sen​t​ Mum some pictures to share. She sure looks happy living in her new home.
Thanks Mr. Joe and Miss Whitney for loving that girl!

Gotta bounce
  Lance

           

July 23, 2017:
  Well blow me away with a feather! Hi cyber friends and shelter supporters.. we had a wing ding of a day yesterday!
  A new family came to see us last Thursday, they are looking for a friend for their Gizmo.. OFD turned these folks on to us.. Mum got a couple of us out to hang with Miss Whitney and Mr. Joe; Sophia and Remi clicked with these folks. Then Saturday they came back with their Gizmo to see if he would click with one of them.
  Mum let Remi out first, she and Gizmo did the I'll sniff yours, you sniff mine circling each other. They did the I'm going to be the boss thing too but neither of them were terribly convincing at it. All the humans stood around to watch the progress or not, ready to jump in and grab one of them if they got to beating on each other. Didn't happen!
  They did okay! After a fair amount of time Mum put Remi back to give them both a break, Gizmo did the investigating a new space thing. Mum got Remi up again to let them once again see each other, Mum could tell they were both pretty tired so she gave them belly juice and set them on the bed together, a trick Mum uses to introduce our kids to someone looking for a friend.
  It worked! Take a look at how that went. Remi finished her belly juice first so she went to helpen Gizmo with his. Gizmo and his Mom are coming back next weekend to see if another visit will confirm what Mum thinks.. that Remi will be happy in a new home with Gizmo as her friend.
  I even got to show off my bounce! Speaking of bounce - gotta bounce
  Lance

     

July 17, 2017:
  HELLOOOOOOOOOOO cyber friends and shelter supporters, we want to introduce you to one of the newest shelter kids at the farm.. Buster … he was caught in a Have a Heart trap in a barn. Mum got a early morning call to see if she could help. Mum went to see what was going on, sure enough there was this ferret sitting in this trap with nowhere to go or get out. Mum got him freed, into one of the carriers she keeps in the van all the time for just this kind of call. The little guy came home with Mum she set him up with a cage, but no ID tag or name. Mum likes to give it time to see if the owners come forward to claim them. One week went by, no one called to say do you have my ferret so Mum named him Buster and had OFD take a look at him on Fuzzbutt day. OFD found he has something in his little body so Mum scheduled him to have surgery on June 29th. This is what OFD took out of our new little charge Buster. His masses were not cancerous, there is not likely they will come back, blue strings are out of his belly and he is back in his cage. Buster is a funny little man that makes Mum laugh a lot.
  Oh! Oh! You have got to check out this link - a 3 min video that was sent to Mum… she keeps watching it.. it is off topic of ferrets but it has lots of different fur kids walking past the camera.. check it out! Enjoy!

July 9, 2017:
  So when things get warm around here in the shelter, sometimes we have to give Mum some signs that it is time to turn on the AC. Mum can be a bit slow on the uptake so we have to make it really obvious we want the AC turned on!
  This is Reggie telling Mum that it is time to turn on the AC! Mum has the AC on now so I am going to go find something to do.
  Tiny Tim

  

July 3, 2017:
   Hello Shelter friends and supporters: I am forwarding a message from some of our newest arrivals at the shelter.
  Wow! We were scared when we got brought to the shelter. We were not sure what was going to happen to us. We found once here we have many play areas to hang in, lots of places to sleep in, many toys to play with, dishes of food, and a fountain of fresh water to drink in most of the rooms we hang in.
  Then Mum tells us that Miss Sharon from www.scatinc.org had a "Pick Your Patriot event this Independence Day" and we got to be included in that! The box they shipped to us came the other day, Mum has been busy with post-op fur kids so it took her a bit of time to get that box opened for us to check out all the awesome goodies they sent. Their events keeps us in filters for our fountains - Mum says the filters need to be replaced every 2 weeks.. The folks at www.scatinc.org help Mum make that happen.
  They even added some really cool things we did not ask for. How special is that~? Coming to the shelter for us; has been a great thing. We even got to meet Our Favorite Doc - we got hurt sticks at the same time, but we were told, OFD was not doing hurt sticks to us, he was doing hurt sticks for us.
  We have added pictures of the box of things they sent with us checking all the great stuff out, we are blessed that www.scatinc.org helps our Mum take care of us, Mum says they are a blessing in our lives!

Thank You!
  Bombay, Chardonnay and Josie

        

June 16, 2017:
  Good Morning cyber friends and shelter supporters. I heard Mum groan, and say "what are you doing up there"? I ran to see what was going on. This news reporting is hard work sometimes; catching up with happenings when they are happening! Phew!
  That Jack is always getting into trouble, if he is not climbing up on things he is jumping into the playpen to harass the fur kid that is in there! Here is a picture of what Mum was seeing when I heard her say "what are you doing up there?"
Gotta bounce
  Lance

  

May 22, 2017:
  Hey cyber friends and supporters, man did Mum have a busy weekend.. lots and lots going on.. some was getting ready for our Annual Ferret Fuzzbutt Tune-up and Picnic day. But the really important thing was Mr. T found a new 4-ever home. Mum did the home visit on Saturday, Miss Patty came to pick Mr. T up to take him home Sunday afternoon. You can read how he came to be at the shelter at the link above.
  I got to meet some new folks yesterday, a Mom and Dad, and two of the little people came to see us, the 2 little people ride on Mum's Big Yellow Thingy. Miss Mallory was holding me for a bit. They were fun to hang out with.
Gotta bounce
  Lance

  

April 11, 2017:
  Hey! Hey! Hey, cyber friends and supporters Mum asked me to stop bouncing long enough to give you a message. I am including a picture of Snowball sound asleep in his Snoopy bed. Mum was doing shelter duties when she looked up and saw his face sticking out of his bed. She grabbed the camera took a picture of him. He was out cold, he did not flinch when the flash went off. You can read his story here.
  Last Saturday Mum had Daniel here helping, he loves hanging out with the Long Island kids, I am sending a picture of Daniel playing with Reggie. Reggie gets crazy when Daniel is here, and Daniel laughs a lot when Reggie is hanging with him. You can read their story here.
  Now for some important news, our Annual Ferret Fuzzbutt Tune-up and Picnic is just 3 weeks away, if you want OFD to see your kids please let Mum know so she can send you the registration form. The deadline is just 2 weeks away. Mum needs to let OFD know how many hurt sticks he needs to bring with him that day. If you don't need OFD to see your kids, just come for the picnic and ferrets games and fun.
Okay gotta bounce
  Lance

     

April 11, 2017:
  Miss Tina B brought M & M back Saturday afternoon from the Tails on Trails event, Mum brought them up to their pen. When Mum shuts the shelter down for the night, she takes M & M down to the library. Mum came up to get them, she found Mario like this. They sure were pooped from their day at the event.

  

Hey cyber friends and shelter supporters, Miss Donna D. was here helpen yesterday she got to meet M and M - Mayhem AKA Maria fell in love with Miss Donna, she fell asleep in Miss Donnas arms. Miss Donna let both M & M crawl up her pant legs. They had a grand time hanging out with Miss Donna.
  Now that M & M belong to the shelter Miss Tori can put them on the Website for us. There is no link yet for them.
Gotta bounce
  Lance

        

Hey cyber friends and shelter supporters - Miss Daisy taught me to say that - I want to tell you all about Mum's day at Genesee Community College (GCC) yesterday. Mum went to help teach the Vet Tech classes about us ferrets, I did not get to go. Mr. T, Bonnie and Clyde, Jax and Penelope, and Junior did get to go.. Miss Donna D. took care of the shelter while Mum was gone. When Miss Donna left, when Mum went to bed, all 6 of them filled me in on the day they spent in class with college students.
  Mum got lots of pictures throughout the day. I've attached class pictures for you to see. Mum said she they were two great classes; very engaging and fun to work with. There was a new instructor for the class - Miss Dani - awesome person knows a ton about us ferrets, Mr. T gave me that information, he said Miss Dani kept telling Mum she was going to take him home. Mum says it was fun to have her in class, they worked off each other. Mum would explain a medical problem we've had here at the shelter, Miss Dani would put it into medical terms for the students. All the fur kids that went with Mum said It was a great day, they got lots and lots of love.
I am going to go do some bouncing - have fun looking at our pictures
  Lance

Hey cyber friends and supporters, I would like to introduce you to Lance, he is a bouncy fellow with springs on his feet and a orange strip down his back. I am helping him learn how to do the news, I am getting tired, slowing down and ornery at times. Mum says I was born in 2007 - so I'm 10 yrs old - Mum says I can consider retiring from doing the news, so that is just what I am going to do. I will jump in from time to time but I think it is time to pass the news on to a younger more energetic ferret. Lance fits that bill to a T!
  I thought this would be a good time to introduce you to Lance as well as the two newest volunteers that come help at the shelter. Daniel and Lexa both ride on the Big Yellow Thingy that Mum drives. They come on Saturdays to help. I am sending picture of the two volunteers and Lance.
Tata for now - I am going to go catch a nap
  Daisy

        

Happy, Happy New Year! A time to celebrate the new and leave the old behind.. Well not Mum, she is old but we want to keep her around!
  We wish to thank each and everyone of you for all you did to help Mum keep us in food, bedding, medicine, toys, and the art work we use to show us off. For keeping our Facebook page running, our web site updated, the shelter running when Mum was on the road running us to Our Favorite Doc. All the things that help Mum do what needs doing around here to keep us going. She says we are her love, her life and her passion but we know without all the hands that help it would not and could not be the success it is.
  Thank you for a fabulous year of love, friendship, support and loyalty, we hope what you have shown us will come back to you 10 fold!
Daisy and all the fur kids that live at the Lakeroad Ferret Farm Shelter.