Meet Benny and Misha, a bonded pair of senior ferrets available for adoption through EARPS! These two best friends are in their golden years at approximately five years old (the average lifespan of ferrets is anywhere from six to ten years), but they are sweet, cuddly and looking for a forever home. Benny is a healthy boy, but Misha is considered special needs due to the fact that she has a history of adrenal disease. It’s currently controlled with a hormonal implant, but there’s no definite way to see how her disease will progress or be managed over time. If you’re interested in adopting Benny and Misha, please fill out an adoption application on the EARPS website. Their adoption fee is $140 for the pair and that covers a portion of the vaccines and medical treatment which they have received.
Benny & Misha are …
– tightly bonded and MUST be adopted together.
– sweet, cuddly and smart.
– best in a home with experience ferret owners and/or in a home without small children.
– litter-box trained.
– neutered and spayed, respectively.
Misha is special needs because …
– she has a history of adrenal disease, which is currently being controlled with a hormonal implant.
I’ve included links on ferret adrenal disease and general ferret care, which should help answer any questions on Misha’s disease and on how to best take care of your ferrets. Please do your research before adopting these animals, especially if you are going to be a first-time ferret owner!
*UPDATE: DUE TO A NEW MASS FOUND IN BENNY, THEY HAVE BEEN MOVED TO SANCTUARY AS OF MAY 2019*