Ferrets

Ferrets for sale and adoption ads.

JodyBuchanan
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Featured Ferrets
We have good looking and lovely ferrets available for good and loving...
  • JodyBuchanan
  • · Buffalo, New York - NY
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Cute and Healthy ferret kits for sale. There are two males and for...
  • CampFireJack
  • · Las Vegas, Nevada - NV
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Baby Ferrets. 8 weeks old. Ready to leave now. 1 male and 2 females...
  • KristinaW
  • · Orlando, Florida - FL
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We have good looking and lovely ferrets available for good and loving...
  • CampFireJack
  • · Buffalo, New York - NY
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Featured Ferret Babies
Beautiful Ferret babies. One grey girl and a very handsome albino boy...
  • KristinaW
  • · Chicago, Illinois - IL
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Hello! I have to sell female ferret due to my wife’s allergic. I have...
  • kingpitcher20
  • · Thornton, Colorado - CO 80229
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We have two 9 month old well behaved ferrets for sale with the cage...
  • mlfinley
  • · Golden, Colorado - CO
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i named him Cookie (but really, you can call him anything. he'll get...
  • emilyelisha
  • · Austin, Texas - TX 78705
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Ferret, cage, and everything she needs. Asking $400 for her. Located in...
  • Arianamarie
  • · Niagara Falls, New York - NY 14304
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Bought him from pet choice in Danbury. Have a beagle and a foxhound and...
  • TreyWhite
  • · Purdys, New York - NY
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My husband and I brought the ferret for our son. He now wants a dog so...
  • Lenise225
  • · West Haven, Connecticut - CT 06516
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We bought our daughter 2 ferrets for Christmas and she is just not home...
  • Jstoth01
  • · Wyandotte, Michigan - MI 48192
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Two sweet and adorable Ferrets. They are fixed and tattooed. They come...
  • Lannah
  • · Palm Bay, Florida - FL 32905
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AN UPDATE: They are no longer being rehomed, as my living situation has...
  • Dmurf95
  • · Myrtle Beach, South Carolina - SC 29579
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Bonded female pair with everything included. These girls are about a...
  • Mikeandlynnshoop
  • · Essex Junction, Vermont - VT 05451
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Male and female, both are fixed. We just don't have time for them anymore.
  • Cassieguidry
  • · Maurice, Louisiana - LA 70555
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Hello, I have done some researching and finding professional advice to...
  • Ferretdook20
  • · Magna, Utah - UT 84044
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Ferrets for sale. Pet homes only. They are indoor ferrets. 1 male and 1...
  • tarasm767
  • · Los Angeles, California - CA 90012
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3 month old ferret needing a new home. He comes with a cage, food, toys...
  • Ckennedy
  • · Watauga, Texas - TX
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Have three beautiful, energetic/playful and friendly ferrets needing a...
  • Ajohansen44
  • · Denver, Colorado - CO 80235
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I am looking to purchase a ferret kit, I have all necessary equipment...
  • Jadethegem
  • · Grapevine, Texas - TX 76051
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I have a 3 month white with brown female ferret for sale...she comes...
  • Dvb24
  • · Beaver Dam, Wisconsin - WI 53916
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Milo is a 2 month old baby ferret looking for someone that will give...
  • Stephyjdny1
  • · Chicago, Illinois - IL 60652
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4 month old white/grey ferret in need of new home. Will include 3-floor...
  • jmark
  • · Brooklyn, New York - NY
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Selling 3 month old ferret with cage...can't take care of her needs...
  • Nina0415
  • · Bradenton, Florida - FL 34203
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Two female one year old ferrets, bonded Caramel is light, Brownie is...
  • SakuraLunars 2
  • · Long Island, New York - NY
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I am looking for a female kit and possibly a male kit. I live in...
  • Tnowacz
  • · Sterling Heights, Michigan - MI 48314
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Two ferrets and Ferret nation cage, one is two years old and other is...
  • Ashandy
  • · Kiln, Mississippi - MS 39556
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Male and female ferret for sale, includes cage, hammock, and water...
  • Amandammathews
  • · Claremore, Oklahoma - OK
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My two little cuties born just this past May have to be re-homed. We...
  • cweiss620
  • · Coral Springs, Florida - FL 33065
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Have you ever heard of a ferret? Of course you have. They're small furry animals that look sort of like weasels. That's good, because they're related to them. They're also related to the European polecat. Ferrets make great pets because they can either be kept inside a large cage enclosure or they can run around the house or apartment. Many folks keep them loose in the house throughout the day and then put them back in the cage when it's time to sleep for the 15-20 hours they need daily. Ferrets are super loving and both kids and adults enjoy caring for them. Read on to learn more.

Many people like to buy baby ferrets because they're extremely cute and they can socialize them when they're young. They also like to train them when they're babies so they can do tricks, just like a dog would. Can you believe that ferrets are so smart that they can be trained to fetch and roll over? It's true. These are highly intelligent creatures. What's more, ferrets can live an average of eight years and are highly sociable. Unlike their ancestors, who were much more isolated, ferrets love to play with humans and other ferrets alike. They do like their sleep though, so be sure to allow them to rest in their cages. The average sleep time for a ferret is 18 hours per day.

Here's a small word of warning about owning one of these pets. Due to their intelligence and curiosity, they tend to get in trouble. They have been known to steal things and they reportedly have a love of taking shiny objects and hiding them in secret spots. So keep your eye out for anything that may be missing around your house, such as earrings or other jewelry.

If you do end up buying a baby or adult ferret as a pet from a classifieds website such as ours, be sure to neuter it to keep control of their population. Also be aware that these animals can be potty trained, so you won't need to constantly clean up after them. And finally, you'll need to buy some ferret toys to keep your pet mentally stimulated. These guys are smart and it's critical to keep them well behaved and entertained through play.

Many fans and long-time owners of ferrets say that buying them from a pet store isn't the way to go. Apparently, Marshall Farms is a big supplier of these animals for the pet stores and there have been claims of low quality due to over-breeding. Although, when you do purchase from a pet store, everything is usually completed already, such as the animal being de-scented, neutered or spayed, so that's a plus.

So, if you shouldn't buy a ferret from the pet stores, where should you buy it? Here are a few suggestions for you. You can always look through pet classified sites such as this one to locate ferrets for sale. We've got many popular ferret breeders here and we've also got lots of ferrets up for adoption. And they're sometimes free. That's right! Oftentimes, the seller demands that you drive to them to make the purchase, but they'll also sometimes ship them to you through the airlines, so just ask for their preference when inquiring. Another option is to call or visit your local cat, dog or animal shelter. You would be surprised how often these local rescues have rabbits, guinea pigs and ferrets for adoption, so it's worth a try. These animals have become popular enough now in the United States that you may have a good chance of finding one.

Overall, ferrets make great family pets and they're wonderful with children. They've been domestic for thousands of years, so you can be sure that the breed is ready to call your house, home. FYI, the males are much larger than the females, so think about what size pet you want before asking too many questions of the seller.

A few terms and phrases to describe the typical ferret: good family pet, smart, mischievous, clever, thief, sociable, playful, needs lots of sleep, mouthy, rambunctious, cute, trainable, tame and walkable.

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