Help FURS Cover Medication Costs

Over half of FURS ferrets receive at least one medication. Our goal of $500 will enable FURS to provide all medications needed for our ferrets for another three (3) months. We need your help to ensure that no ferret suffers needlessly because of the expense of their medication.

Ferrets Unlimited is a 501(c)(3) charity, so your donation is tax deductible. FURS is an all volunteer foster network and receives no government or commercial support. 

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  • $500Goal
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Black bandana with silkscreen white ferrets and the words Ferrets Unlimited Rescue Service (fiber content - cotton/poly blend)

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Most of the of the ferrets surrendered to Ferrets Unlimited are already older and in need of serious medical care when they arrive. On average, only 5% to 10% of our ferrets are young and healthy enough for adoption at any time. Over half of FURS ferrets receive at least one medication. Our goal of $500 will go a long way to enable FURS to provide all medications needed for our ferrets for another three (3) months. We need your help to ensure that no ferret suffers needlessly because of the expense of their medication. 

Teddy, a recent arrival at FURS, has insulinoma and cannot take the standard medication. He needs a special medication that even our vet does not have in the clinic pharmacy. Local pharmacies charge about $400 per month for this medication. After a great deal of searching, we found a more economical source, but the cost is still several times as much as the standard medication. When Teddy arrived, he was skin and bones and could barely move. With his new medication, he is gaining weight and takes an interest in life around him. His quality of life is greatly improved.

Teddy is only one of the many ferrets in FURS foster program who require medications to stay happy, comfortable, and enjoy a great quality of life. It doesn't matter that our fosters aren't "our" ferrets, we love them just as much and want the best care for them. We need your help to cover the medication costs for Teddy and the other ferrets in FURS' care.

Ferrets Unlimited is a 501(c)(3) charity, so your donation is tax deductible. FURS is an all volunteer foster network and receives no government or commercial support.

About the organization

Ferrets Unlimited Rescue Services
PO Box 34025
Cleveland, Ohio 44134
UNITED STATES

EIN: 30-0509042

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