Megan is our newest addition. She came from a very loving
home and was well cared for. She has taken a liking to Stu and they quickly formed a bond making it impossible to separate
them. ( Until Megan, Stu pretty much remained aloof from the other ferrets. Now, where you see Stu, you see Megan and visa
versa) She is proving to be very laid back and fits in well with the "nice" bunch.
Stu loves to lay around and eat. He is slowly coming out
of his shell and playing with his human family. To date, Stew is the largest ferret that we have rescued and the most laid
back ferret as well.
Vixen is the smallest of the bunch. We refer to her as the
baby even though she is full grown. Despite her tiny size, she has a huge heart and is always up for playtime. She is one
to climb up any cage, end table, shelf, or whatever there is without hesitation. Between you and me, I think she has taught
the other ferrets some bad habits. Even though she is our most adventurous ferret, she also seems to realize that she is unique
in her size. We have an aunt who is a midget and whenever she comes over, Vixen is the first to greet her and will not leave
her side. It makes us wonder if she doesn't know that they are both somehow different from the average.
Bianca is one of our more active ferrets. She is full of energy
and shows no fear in exerting it. She can often be found running or jumping and rarely is she caught relaxing during playtime.
She is also one of our fastest ferrets.
Pandora has had the best attitude adjustment yet. When she
first came to us she constantly bit and did not like to be loved on. She was shuffled around and neglected so much that human
contact was viewed as a threat. She is now settling in and proving to be one of the most lovable ferrets. She has finally
accepted us as a family and not as a threat. Pandora has taken up with our little Vixen and really drew out the playful side
of our little girl.