Ferrets


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2 bonded pairs need new homes. 2, 1 year old females and 2, 3 year old male/female pair.
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We are a family looking for ferrets. We have a farm and live in CO. We would prefer to rescue ferrets rather than go to the pet store. Please...
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Johnathan
I have 3 Male ferrets and 1 Female ferret that need a home they are 6 months old now. They are all well socalized and love to be played with, they...
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Bobbiejm
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Looking to find my cutie pie a new home. He is 1 year a few days old. He was bought descented. He is lots of fun to play with and pretty even...
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Need to find a home for these 2 playful bonded ferrets. They are about 9 months old and since they are bonded we will not separate them. 2 cages...
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2 tame ferrets need new home.comes with cage playpen toys hammocks litter pans.
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Wendykh
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He’s young, very sweet and loves to give kisses. He’s an explorer and likes to roam. He needs time outside of his cage from time to time. I’m 19...
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Heydis18
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Molly the Ferret Meet Molly! She is a little over one year old, super fun and energetic! She is somewhat potty trained and responds well to...
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Animallover
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Hi!! I’m selling my two Ferrets plus their cage (together) My oldest ferret is a year and a half and he is Garrett(bandit). My youngest is a...
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briannavalli
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I have 2 ferrets for sale. One Albino male born in January 2019 and one Sable Female born in February 2019. They are sweet and I will not...
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Jmgarrett78
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Hi, looking to adopt a make ferret near Lafayette, Louisiana. I have cage already.
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Smiley0602
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I'm looking for a red ferret to adopt or for sale not too far from Baltimore. I have a cage for it already as well as food.
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KiaColeman
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Hi I'm Karen and I'm looking to buy or adopt 2 bonded ferrets. I live in Angelus Oaks, California.
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Smith79
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I have 4 ferrets needing new home they are very good they don't bite they mostly sleep until you let them out to play good with kids and other...
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Jaxxtherulef
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2 Loving Ferrets looking for their forever home! $300 OBO for Ferrets and Cage
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Jaxxtherulef
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I have a five week old baby ferret with a cage, jacket, and leash for sale. My roommate and I purchased him from Pet Supply off Miller 6 days ago...
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Admin
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I have three beautiful ferrets that need a great home... Two males and one female... Come with food cage etc...
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mommalvsya03
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I invested in two sweet ferrets, 1 at 8 weeks named phinx and the other at 15 weeks named binx. Unfortunately my mom has grown a disliking for...
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sam12319
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I have a female ferret that is 8 months old for sale! She is loving and energetic- I just don’t have the time for her she needs! She comes with...
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KarenFabri
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I have a 2 year old ferret "Poppy" for sale with her cage. She is very friendly and lovely. Doesnt bite or even nibble if you stick your fingers...
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KarenFabri
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I'm needing to get rid of female ferret with hammock an bag bed, litter box trained, she loves to b out of cage an playing, an hiding things she...
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Vanowo
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Two ferrets for sale !! In jersey They are fun and great pets but need to find them a new home because I’m moving to a place that doesn’t accept them
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Vanowo
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Looking to rehome two female ferrets approximately 3 years old. They come with a play pen, and cage. Must go together. I took them in for a...
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I’m looking for someone who loves Ferrets who would be interested in two fun, friendly, playful & adorable ferrets. Must go together . I’m...
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Blondiej72
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I'm looking to buy a couple of male ferrets with cage and supplies for somewhere between $100-$200 for everything, also I would like to trade a...
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Curtis10
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I am looking for one or two MALE ferrets. already have the cage and all the toys and stuff so now just need the ferret obviously. You can contact...
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abbi5022
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Two 1yr old male ferrets for sale, with multilevel Kaytee cage and accessories. One is sable and the other cinnamon colored. $300.
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I have 4 baby Angora ferrets left for sale, intact and ready for raw or kibble diet as they eat both right now. I am in the Houston, Texas area...
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James_c
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Looking for baby ferret in Houston tx.
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James_c
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3 Young female ferrets. All 18 months old from the same litter and full of youth and excitement. We'd like to rehome them together ( if possible)...
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Trinity Sky
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I’m not able to care for my 2 female ferrets anymore that I call Bulma and Chi Chi. They are sisters around 2 years old. Bulma, the lighter one...
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Klynn05
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Two female one year old ferrets, bonded Caramel is light, Brownie is dark colored. They are very sweet and well-behaved! Have shots, healthy, and...
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3 month old ferret needing a new home. He comes with a cage, food, toys and all the needed accessories. He is up to date on shots. Neutered and...
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Two ferrets, one boy, one girl 11 weeks, has had their first round of shots. Cage, food, water dispenser, hammocks, toys, litter, litter box...
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RileySavannah
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2 female ferrets with a year and a half of age that come with a big cage with stainless steel pans, toys, food, food and water container, travel...
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Find ferrets for sale and adoption. Buy, sell, adopt and advertise your ferret or baby ferret here.

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.

Locating the absolute perfect ferret can end up being quite the chore. Our website takes much of the hassle out of your search. We give you an extremely convenient and easily navigable full-featured venue for finding, selecting and purchasing your next best friend from your comfy couch or your desk at work. Whatever your location, you can easily search our website (desktop or mobile) all day, every day. All you need to do is browse our hundreds of ferret listings and you'll find tons of ads for breeders, ferrets for adoption and ferrets for sale. Most of our listings even include photos. Sometimes, many, many pictures. Depending on the seller or breeder, quite thorough ad descriptions are included. As you'll see, many ferrets can be shipped throughout the country or world and some come with a vet check and health guarantee. It's no wonder that with our extensive collection of available ferrets for sale and our almost as many listings for ferret breeders, you'll certainly have a great start with finding that perfect companion.

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