For the last 12 years we have been working closely with RSPCA Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre, near Nantwich, helping to rehome any ferrets that come into their care.
We have to adhere to a number of strict guidelines to enable us to board and rehome RSPCA ferrets, along with any ferrets handed in by members of the public.
We have lots of ferrets needing homes, and South Cheshire is very close the the M6 motorway, meaning we are within easy reach of Cheshire, Manchester, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Lancashire and many more.
Why not come and say hello, and join our 'South Cheshire Ferret Rescue' Facebook page! There are lots of updates, competitions, photos and general ferret chat!
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This fee includes:
ALL OF OUR FERRETS ARE MICRO-CHIPPED, VACCINATED AND (IF OLD ENOUGH) NEUTERED
If your ferret is not old enough to be neutered at the time of adoption you will be given a neutering voucher to bring your kit back to our rescue when they are approx 7-8 months old and they can be taken to be neutered. The neutering will be done by our vets so you will need to make arrangements with us to get your ferret/s booked in.
You may think these adoption prices are high for kits however these prices are MUCH lower than you would pay at your local vet for vaccinating, micro-chipping and neutering.
We are trying to do what we can to keep the number of abandoned/neglected ferrets to a minimum. By making sure we have all our kits neutered, we hope that in the next few years rescues will not be bursting with unwanted litters and abandoned ferrets. Kits will not leave here until they are 12 weeks old or over and will be nip trained before being rehomed.
We also have our very own YouTube account! Why not stop by and take a look at some of the videos of our ferrets looking for homes, and local Vet Students learning to handle ferrets!
Or, you could follow us on Twitter, for even more updates and photos about the ferrets we currently have in our care here at the rescue!