Ferret Rescue Line -
For all Lost/Found Ferrets Please Call 1300 133 323



Have a question about ferrets? Need help or advice? Click "Contact Us" above to get in touch.

Ferrets Available For Adoption



If you are looking to add a ferret to your family, we regularly have ferrets available for adoption.
Please Contact Ferret Rescue on 1300 133 323

Upcoming Events


Annual General Meeting & 1st Picnic of 2021.
All current Committee members will stand down.
All roles are up for nomination with 3 key roles we need to fill:

Rescue Coordinator-( answer rescue line,, liaise collection,coordinate hands on, monitor & update lost & founds,FB & Gumtree)
Editor-(research content for Newsletter ,prepare & post/ email)
Liaison Officer- ( manage email to WAFFS & send membership reminders)

Sunday 21st February 2021
Bring a picnic lunch or make use of the BBQ facilities.
11.00am onwards
Jackadder Lake
Cnr Rosewood Ave & Jackadder Way Woodlands
2021 Calendars still available for sale - $15 & Ferret Necessities will be open for business.
See you there!

Vaccination Day
Sunday 7th March 2021
11am-12
Cottesloe Vet 597 Stirling Hway Cottesloe
$15 per ferret & please bring your Vaccination Record




Cold & Flu Season



Ferrets can't catch the common cold, but can catch the more serious "flu" (influenza), so if you are ill make sure to take precautions and limit your ferrets exposure to germs, and take them to the vet if needed.

HEAT STROKE




Ferrets do not handle heat well at all and they must be kept cool at any cost during the heat of summer. Temperatures above 28degrees can be fatal.


Some examples of keeping ferrets cool are Techni Ice, frozen bottles of water for the ferret to lie against, draping shelters with wet towels or wet hessian bags and, of course, if at all possible bring them inside.

Keep ferrets in cool shaded areas and never leave your ferret in a closed car or a metal cage on a hot day.
A ferret suffering from heat stroke will become dehydrated and very lethargic, and will very quickly need the services of a veterinarian if it is to survive. As a ferret does not either sweat or pant it has no way of cooling itself down, therefore it is most important that you provide a cool living area for your pet.