Adult - Female
Adoptable Small

Elsa is an active fun little girl who is also deaf. The is common with the blaze markings. Because she is deaf, she is a lot more bitey than most people will tolerate. Once she gets to know you, she does not bite as often. Wearing socks around her is guaranteed to get your feet bitten. With some additional work and positive reinforcement, this habit may be stopped,

Elsa keeps a very tidy cage but will get upset and dig at her water and such when she feels she has been shorted on play time. She is quite a goofy little girl and is well loved by our volunteers. Because of her special needs she will need to go to a home with no children. She is also pretty good about using pee pads outside her cage.

Elsa has also been given her first Deslorelin Implant. The Des implant is used to control adrenal disease in ferrets. If you are not familiar with adrenal disease in ferrets you will want to become familiar. The majority of all ferrets will develop this disease, which is easily treatable with the Des implant when given early and annually. Many veterinarians are now recommending that all ferrets receive this treatmet by the age of 2-3 to prevent the disease from starting.

Our ferrets are up to date on vaccinations, are microchipped, have had a health check by our veterinarian and come with a free post adoption health check by our veterinarian.

If you are interested in adoption from our organization, please visit our website www.willamettevalleyferretshelter.org and complete an adoption application.

Please note, our organization is operated with 100% volunteer time, our volunteers have commitments other than the rescue. We work to respond to all inquiries as soon as possible but there are sometimes delays.