Sunday, August 7, 2011
Ferrets make very friendly, interesting pets but there seems to be a growing trend for thoughtless breeding of litters.
It used to be the case that Jill ferrets had to be bred each year to prevent them suffering from pyometria, but modern veterinary medicine has put paid to that.
PLEASE get Jills spayed (or keep them with a vasectomised male ferret) to avoid contributing to the problem of surplus babies.
If you are interested in giving a home to a pair of ferrets, email email@example.com