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Lost and found

The following Ferret Help pages will list any lost and found ferrets reported to us. We will not publish personal details on the web site. In the case of found ferrets we will only publish the date picked up, sex, colour and location found. It will be the responsibility of the person making the claim to describe the ferret to the finder's satisfaction. The reason we ask for details of the ferret is to enable us to vet the claim applications before passing on the details to the finder, to check for glaringly obvious dissimilarities. For lost ferrets we will publish the date lost, sex, colour, the location where the ferret was lost and a picture (if supplied). If someone contacts us thinking they may have found your ferret, we will pass your details to them, so that they can contact you. It will be up to you to describe your ferret in sufficient detail, to convince them that it is yours. We will always pass the details of the person claiming a ferret, to the finder, so that the finder can make contact. We will not pass the finder's details on at all. All ferrets will be listed for a period of one month.

Lost ferrets

If you have lost your ferret, then please use the "Found ferrets" link at the bottom of this page. Fingers crossed that your ferret is listed, but if it is not on there yet, please use the "I have lost a ferret" form to submit your details and a description of your ferret. We wish you luck in finding your ferret.

Found ferrets

If you have found a ferret, the owner may well be worried sick and be desperately trying to locate it. Please use the "Lost ferrets" link at the bottom of this page, just in case they have already listed it on there. If there is nothing that matches the one you have found, please use the "I have found a ferret" form to give us as much information as possible. Please also check the "Found a ferret?" page for assistance on how to look after the ferret.

Please click one of the links below.

Lost ferrets

Found ferrets





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