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The Rainbow bridge / Re: Dust
« Last post by star on March 21, 2019, 08:13:51 PM »
So sorry Mel, but what a fantastic life he had with you both  :fuzzyhug: RIP Dust xx
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The Rainbow bridge / Re: Dust
« Last post by lazy-ferret on March 20, 2019, 11:03:58 PM »
 :angel1: Sweet Dreams Dust  :angel1:

So sorry for your loss, Mel and Christian, it is hopefully a comfort to you, that he had such a good remainder of his life after such a bad start, and learned to trust people. :adore:
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The Rainbow bridge / Dust
« Last post by darkqueenenlightened on March 20, 2019, 09:31:05 PM »

Yesterday we lost our teddy bear of a ferret, Dust.


Dust was found as a stray, covered in 1,000+ ticks and petrified of people. He would scream in fright if a human tried to approach him. After 2 lots of surgeries to remove all the ticks, and lots and lots of TLC from Linda (who had named him Timmy Tick) at our local rescue, we were lucky enough to have been able to give him a home here with us for the past 6 years. He was about 8 years old.


He was a fantastic ferret, the gentlest of the gentle. He used to come to PR events with us (I'm sure Clive and Suz and Tina might remember him?) and used to enjoy the attention he got from children wanting to cuddle him. Even in the vet surgery yesterday a little girl saw him and made friends with him, he loved it right to the end. 


He loved walks. He especially loved albino girls and would ALWAYS sleep with them, couldn't get enough of his blondies. He was brilliant with the babies when introduced, looking after them and teaching them to play. In this last year it is the young ones who were looking after him, helping keep him clean and making sure he had someone to cuddle up with.


He spent his last afternoon with me in the office. His tummy was full of RCC, mince and he had lots of licks of ferret oil. I fed him a tiny bit of ham which he adored in the vet waiting room.  It was time for his arthritic pains to end, his worn down teeth to rest and for Dust to go be with all his friends over the bridge. He went to sleep licking his favourite treat.



We love you Dust. DIP xx

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The Rainbow bridge / Re: Jack
« Last post by Lee on January 02, 2019, 08:52:28 PM »
So sorry for your loss.  :cry:
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The Rainbow bridge / Re: Jack
« Last post by girly-lazy-ferret on January 01, 2019, 02:10:37 PM »
So sorry to hear this. Hugs to you both.

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The Rainbow bridge / Re: Jack
« Last post by lazy-ferret on December 31, 2018, 09:47:11 PM »
So sorry, what a shame, he looked Gorgeous. There is something about the big beenie boys. :fuzzyhug:

Sweet Dreams Jack. :angel1: :angel1:
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The Rainbow bridge / Re: Jack
« Last post by star on December 31, 2018, 08:20:55 PM »
DIP Beautiful boy. Mel so sorry  :fuzzyhug: :fuzzyhug:
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The Rainbow bridge / Jack
« Last post by darkqueenenlightened on December 31, 2018, 07:00:22 PM »


Today we suddenly and very unexpectedly lost Jack, our cuddly and gentle polar bear.  Jack absolutely loved getting new friends and always took the newbies under his paw.
 


He especially liked looking after any kits and would make sure they were clean and tucked up in bed.  He had a very close bond with his 3 bino girls Sparks, Alaska and Roo and would always be curled up with them.  We will miss this gentle giant who we never even had an over excited nip from in the years since we rescued him.  DIP Jack, you were the best bean a girl could ask for xx






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Events / Re: Harrietsham Ferret Show
« Last post by lazy-ferret on December 01, 2018, 08:44:59 PM »
I look forward to seeing them
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Events / Re: Harrietsham Ferret Show
« Last post by darkqueenenlightened on December 01, 2018, 02:03:51 PM »
Thanks Clive :)

The photos are fab  :kiss1:
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