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Small furries looking for their forever homes

Badger & Billy

What you need to know


5 years



Can live with:
Badger & Billy will need to be homed together as a pair, alternatively they could join a group of ferrets.

About me

Badger & Billy arrived to us in May, unfortunately their owner was no longer in a position to look after them. They came to us on 13/05/2024. They arrived as part of a larger group who had already been split up. Both boys are polecats – the easiest way to tell them apart is that Billy has a more defined mask over his eyes, and Badger has a deformed tail that is much shorter. Thankfully this doesn’t affect him in the slightest! They are both neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and deflead.

Since arriving to us, Badger and Billy have quickly come out of their shells. From day one they were eager to come out, say hello and have a little explore. They are a mischievous pair who like to get themselves into cheeky situations, like getting into the bin bag when you are cleaning them out!! They are very friendly and do enjoy strokes, but as they are ferrets they can still occasionally be a bit nippy.

Badger and Billy are looking to rehomed as a sole pair or they can be integrated into a group. They were previously in the same home as Linda and Sparkles, so it would be possible for them to be rehomed and reintroduced with the girls again with an experienced owner. Their setup will need to accommodate the size of the group they are living in – so if they are rehomed with the girls, they will need a larger setup.


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