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Summer time can bring some lovely weather, but while you are trying to cool off don't forget to help your ferrets cool off too!
Daily checks on your ferrets enclosure can ensure that they stay cool, hydrated, and safe.
Remember! Ferrets are incredibly persistent, if something doesn't seem sturdy or secure don't leave it to chance, if your ferret notices something weak/loose in their enclosure they won't give up!
Tip: When 'ferret proofing' a room, remember, if their head can fit so can their body (usually!!)
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!
Looking for a gift for that ferret fanatic in your life? Or need a new 2019 Calendar for yourself? We now have stock of 2019 calendars available for purchase! All funds go to the rescue to help cover the costs of keeping our little fuzzies happy and healthy.
They will be priced at £10 each, with includes FREE postage and packing to anywhere in the United Kingdom, and we can also post to America for just an additional £5 postal fee!
Payment can be made via PayPal to email@example.com - please state your full address in the message so we can post them out to you as soon as possible!
As well as the most popular pictures that have so far been on our Facebook page throughout the year, there will be many more photos of the ferrets at the rescue in this beautiful little calendar.
Keep an eye on our Facebook page for more information!
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!
RSPCA inspector Charly Wain attended the emergency call to find the adult male ferret tangled in the mesh fencing at the DVLA centre on Mothers Way.
Inspector Wain said: “There’s no way the poor little ferret could have got out on his own, and he was so badly tangled up, I knew I would have to call the fire service for help.
“They arrived and were soon able to cut a section from the fence that the ferret, now named Whoops, was stuck in.
“However, as he was clearly in pain, I took him to straight to Abbey House Vets in Morley, still attached to the section of mesh, so they could remove him safely.''
Once they arrived, a vet managed to start untangling Whoops, but after getting him out of one hole, it became clear he was firmly stuck in the rest. After sedating him, they finally managed to cut him free. He was given some pain relief - but he is now recovering well.
Summer tip: Cat / dog 'cooling mats' are
loved by ferrets
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!