About the Shelter and Our Mission
Ferrets Unlimited Rescue Services
P. O. Box 34025
Cleveland, OH 44134
Visit our Blog for the latest news about our rescue.
Ferrets Unlimited has been rescuing ferrets since approximately 1993.
We do not ship ferrets, nor do we breed.
We rescued a large number of ferrets over the years. Some loved, some
abused, some from homes where the former owner had no clue on care, but
purchased the animal on impulse. We are dedicated to finding loving,
caring homes for every ferret.
All ferrets are spayed or neutered BEFORE adoption.
We turn no ferret away, no matter the health, age, or lack of
training. Medical needs are met, and manners are taught. There are
times when we are full and have a waiting list to be turned in.
We believe that educating the potential pet owner is one of the
most crucial things a rescue organization can do. This applies to both
ferret rescues and other animal organizations. An educated pet owner
can provide a safer, happier, and healthier environment for their pet,
thus making both the pet and themselves a good match.
Before you browse the rest of our site, ask yourself if you can
open your heart the a rescue animal, whether it is ferret, cat, dog,
bird or reptile. Can you love a fur angel that has had it's little
heart broken? Can you give the pet a loving home for it's lifetime?
The rewards that await are countless, their love endless. Can you make the commitment?
For adoption questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information about volunteering, please email us at email@example.com.
For information about charity events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For all other questions, please email email@example.com.
Stop by our new Ferrets Unlimited Headquarters at Squidoo
Please help support the ferrets in our care! We are a 501(c)(3)
charity and can accept your tax-deductible donations online via PayPal.
It's quick and easy and you can make a donation of any amount with your
credit card, check card, or personal check! Every dollar helps a ferret
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