Jemima, Tabitha & Lucinda

Jemima, Tabitha & Lucinda are very inquisitive and love crawling up a sleeve to see what's under your coat.

Ferrets are inquisitive creatures who are always keen to explore.

Ferrets  are a member of the polecat family, so they’re closely related to Otters, Badgers and even the Wolverine. They have long, slender bodies and are usually white and brown.

Because ferrets have such short digestive systems and quick metabolisms, they need to eat all the time. Jemima, Tabitha & Lucinda love a raw egg as a treat every now and again!

Ferrets are crepuscular, meaning they like to spend 14–18 hours a day asleep and are most active around the hours of dawn and dusk. Unlike their polecat ancestors, which are solitary animals, ferrets love to live in social groups. A group of ferrets is called a business.

Did you know you can help support us by adopting our Ferrets?