Lane Area Ferret Shelter and Rescue
Who We Are
We're Lane County's only 501(c)3, no kill ferret shelter and rescue. If you have a ferret in need of help in the Southern Oregon/Northern California area, we'll do what ever we can for it. If you need to relocate or surrender a ferret, whether it is a pet or one you found, call us and let's see if we can help you. We do offer free pick up of ferrets around Eugene, Oregon, and we don't charge a surrendering fee. All ferrets are housed in a home environment at the shelter. We are an emergency rescue for sick, injured, abused, healthy, abandoned, homeless, lost, and found ferrets.
2014 Ferret Agility Trials!
Sunday, September 14, Emerald Park, 1400 Lake Drive, Eugene, OR
Noon to 4pm
This event is free to the public to watch. This year again, we will have a carnival with games everyone can enjoy! Remember, at the Ferret Agility Trials carnival, everyone WINS! For ferrets participating in medal events, a $3 registration donation is requested for each ferret. Ferrets must be registered to participate and win medals. For more information, please call Melanee Ellis at (541) 484-1090 or email
Thank you for your generosity! You may make a donation through PayPal (email@example.com). If you would like to mail in a donation, please call (541) 484-1090 to get the address.
We always need:
We're a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, so any donations made to the shelter are tax deductible. Every item and all funds donated go directly towards the care and sheltering of ferrets. Please contact the shelter at (541) 484-1090 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements to donate items.
- FerretLax or other cat hairball remedy
- Totally Ferret food
- Totally Ferret Complete Care
- Mazuri ferret food
- fleece blankets
- pet beds
- 32 oz. water bottles
- food and water bowls of all sizes
Ferret Out A Friend!
All ferrets receive a complete check up, including vaccinations if needed, and are tested & treated for any internal & external parasites. We will not split up cage mates or bonded pairs that come in; any groups or pairs must be adopted together.
If you adopt one of our ferrets and find for what ever reason you are unable to keep it, you must bring the pet back to the shelter. If you return the pet(s) within two (2) weeks of adoption, then 100% of your adoption fee will be refunded back to you. All adoptions are done by appointment only.
Before you consider an adoption ask yourself:
We do reserve the right to refuse adoption to anyone if we feel it's not in the best interest of you or the pet.
- Can I provide this pet with a forever home?
- Do I know what all it takes to give this pet a proper home?
- Can I afford the price of high quality food, vet care & vaccines the pet will need throughout its life, potentially 10 years?
- Am I willing to make this pet a family member to live in my home not in my yard or garage?
If you surrender a ferret to us, we will need the pet's name, what food he/she has been eating, and if he/she has had any vaccines in the last 12 months. Also, you will be asked to fill out a history about your ferret(s) including what he/she likes and dislikes or any medical needs. This way we can get him/her the best veterinary treatment and home possible.
Wanting To Adopt?
If you are interested in adopting one of our pets on this site, please call (541) 484-1090 for a phone interview. When the phone interview is done, you may be invited to visit the shelter to find out if you would make a good "ferret parent."
Wanting To Surrender A Ferret
If you need to surrender a ferret, please call the shelter between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm Monday through Friday or between 10:00 am and 8:00 pm on the weekends at (541) 484-1090. If no answer, please leave a message, and we'll get back to you ASAP!
The Shelter's Hours & Days
All adoptions and surrenders are by appointment only. You must call (541) 484-1090 to make an appointment to see the ferrets we have for adoption or to drop off ferrets you are surrendering.
Lane Area Ferret Shelter and Rescue
Serving All of Lane County and Southern Oregon
Click here for a list of pets at this shelter
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