Happy homes for 600 ferrets thanks to Prospect Ferret Rescue

Prospect Ferret Rescue, a registered charity who are dedicated to the rescue and placement of abused, unwanted and abandoned ferrets, are excited to announce they have recently rehomed their 600th ferret since their first adoption back in October 2012.

Supported by Vitalin, the rescue provides a temporary sanctuary for ferrets suitable for adoption, whilst making every effort to find them loving, responsible, forever homes.  The Rescue also provides a permanent home for those ferrets who cannot be adopted due to health, age or temperament. 

Based in Huddersfield in West Yorkshire, Prospect Ferret Rescue work hand in hand with the RSPCA and have taken in over 250 ferrets from them in the last 4 years – some of which have been taken out of negligent and unsafe living conditions.

Their mission to raise awareness of the benefits of owning these playful, affectionate and easy to look after little animals, and provide information and support to ensure successful adoptions. They want rescued ferrets to be able to live out their natural lives in comfort and security.

Sara Lamming of Prospect Ferret Rescue explains what Vitalin’s sponsorship means to the charity:

“Vitalin’s sponsorship is very important to us as it has enabled us to significantly increase our intake into the Rescue, meaning that we have been able to rehome 600 ferrets in the last 4 and half years. Vitalin provides the bulk of our ferrets’ daily diet and we are confident in the knowledge that Vitalin is nutritionally excellent for ferrets.”

Sean Cox of Vitalin says:

“We are more than proud to support Prospect Ferret Rescue and the great work they do by providing these ferrets with the nutrition they need before and after going to their new homes.”

Vitalin Super Premium Ferret Food is available in 2 kg (£7.95) and 12 kg (£32.99) bags. For further information, please call +44 (0) 844 800 3347 or visit www.vitalinpetfood.co.uk. You can find out more about Prospect Ferret at http://prospectferretrescue.org