Welcome to Lakeroad Ferret Farm Rescue/Shelter, Inc.

Raine

   • Surrendered to the Shelter on August 18, 2016.
   • Raine is a champagne female.

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   • Read about how she arrived at the Shelter by clicking here, or read her latest updates below.

March 21, 2017:
  Raine is up here now but I am not sure she can be trusted up here while I am sleeping. This is her first night being up all night, she is now in the rotation.

February 12, 2017:
  Hey cyber friends and shelter supporters - Once again we got a message from SCAT Inc; they were having their own Lonely Hearts Club this Valentine’s Day. Miss Sharon asked Mum to send her the names of 3 of us that would like to have receive Valentine gifts. Mum sent the three of us newest fur kids that have come to the shelter. The Box of things SCAT Inc sent got here this week… Mum got pictures of us checking out the stuffs. Thanks Miss Sharon for helpen our Mum take care of us… Here is their Facebook page.

  

December 24, 2016:
  Christmas is just hours away, Mum is scrambling to get us all pictured with the presents that have come in. This is Raine checking out the things that came in for her, along with her note to the Santa's that made sure she had a Christmas
  Dear Santa Butch and Debbie, Mum let me get into the presents you sent us for Christmas.. wow oh wow you sure sent us lots of awesome stuff.
  Mum even let me dig and dig to find just what I was looking for, there was a crochet rattle toy done at the bottom I just had to have.
Thanks for helpen Mum take care of us. Thanks for picking us to be your Christmas fur kids
  Rain

        

August 25, 2016:
  I think I found the reason Rain is so nippy, she is a Path Valley kid. PV kids are notorious for being nippy and sometimes downright mean. We have had a few over the years. Rain and I were playing this morning the best way to play with her is with covered hands she gets rough but part of that is being a kit.
  This morning when I opened her cage she was ready to get up, actually walked out onto my hands and allowed me to love on her for a bit.

 


Initial Contact, Owner, August 16, 2016:
Hi,
  I am writing you in the hopes that you can help. My mom owns two ferrets, one of which is very sick, and I am looking to have them surrendered over. I read online what your requirements are for intakes & sadly these ferrets do not meet them. If someone does not take them though, I am afraid that the sickly one will die very soon. I apologize if this is seemingly a burden upon you, but I cannot sit back & watch her die. My sister and I have taken her to a vet who disclaimed they had never seen a ferret in real life before after charging us for various random tests. I cannot afford to take her back & get her the proper care she needs & my mother (her owner) does not think it to be a financial priority. If you could take both of them it would be greatly appreciated as I fear that if something were to happen to the other one, the outcome of it all would be no different. If you cannot take in these ferrets, please can you help me find someone who can. It is heartbreaking watching this ferret wither away. She does still drink fluids, but is lethargic & loosing weight. Please, please help in any way that you can. I am sorry I ever bought my mom these ferrets.
  I can be reached at . My name is Skye & thank you in advance for any help you can give.