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Washington ferret rescue and shelter

13603 100th ave ne
Kirkland, WA 98034
206-442-2025

User Reviews (3)

  • 1. Cara and everyone else are awesome!

    by: sheltervt

    as a former employee of a public shelter that could take in but NOT adopt out ferrets, this rescue was a godsend. Didn't matter if we had a young, docile, perfect ferret, or one aged and bald from adrenal disease, a rescue representative (Usually Cara Quinn) could be at the shelter at the drop of a hat to rescue the little weasel in need!

    Pros

    these folks know their polecats!

    Cons

    often overwhelmed... but that's the nature of rescuing!

  • 2. A Safe and Friendly refuge for Ferrets Needing a Home

    by: crittermom

    This rescue and shelter provides a truly needed service for ferrets who find themselves without a home. \r\n\r\nThe staff is very caring and knowledgeable and tries to make each ferret as comfortable and content as possible. \r\n\r\nWe have adopted 4 ferrets from the shelter now and are very pleased that they had the care they needed before they came to join our family.

    Pros

    caring staff, time spent with each ferret

    Cons

    shelter needs more space

  • 3. Worth the trip from anywhere!!

    by: Sharron

    Although a 3 hour drive from our home, this shelter is worth the trip. The volunteers are well versed in the needs of ferrets and show great affection and commitment to these animals. Their facilities are in dire need of a remodel but are immaculately maintained. In spite of the tight, out-dated quarters and inadequate funding, the volunters remain passionate and upbeat about their mission. The cages need upgrading but are very "comfy" for the ferrets and kept very clean. Outside "play time" and human interaction is a high priority. If you are looking to adopt a ferret or are looking for a non-profit to volunteer with please consider visit this agency.

    Pros

    Knoweldgeable and dedicated volunteers

    Cons

    extremely cramped facilities in dire need of a remodel