Ferret costume contest benefits Oregon shelter

Ferret costume contest benefits Oregon shelter


The Oregon Ferret Shelter is a non-profit
501c3 rescue for ferrets only, in Pineville, Oregon. We’ve been doing ferret
rescue for 40 years. I only have ten for adoption right now and then I have my
own which, about 20. This event has been going on for 25 years. We had the tube race, we had a costume contest and we had the turbocharge. It’s just basically
tubes in a circle and they go in in one end and out the other. They’re very
curious, curious about everything and everyone’s had a different personality.
They’re wonderful pets and there’s a lot of documentation about people living
longer and having healthier lives having pets. They can be good companion pets but they
do require a high level of maintenance. They have to be out of the cage and play
for about at least four hours a day and these guys are free roam around our
house. They’re kind of like cats and kind of like dogs but smaller. Yeah, but they
would eat hamsters. Well, ferreting, in Europe, they still use
them for hunting rabbit. They go down in the hole. They flush the rabbit out. I guess you get nose blind like they say. They’re very cuddly and once you play
with them after a while they just want to cuddle and sleep with you and they’re
very social and loving. They’re a bundle of joy. They make me laugh every day.

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