Can you give this albino ferret a forever home?

RSPCA Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre in Upper Colwyn Bay is appealing for a forever home for Clarkson who is around one-year-old, and will be vaccinated, microchipped and neutered before leaving RSPCA care.

Kennel and cattery supervisor at the centre, Chris Butler, said: “Clarkson has been in our care for more than six months and we are desperate to find him a home.

“He’s full of character and will bring his new family hours of joy and laughter each day. We just hope we are able to find him a loving home soon.”

Clarkson pic 1Clarkson, who was originally a stray, is a real character and loves to greet people especially at breakfast time. His ideal home would be with an experienced owner who can give him the time he needs to settle into his new environment. It is also recommended that Clarkson is kept with at least one other ferret.

Many ferrets enter the care of the RSPCA as strays and we are unable to trace their owners. This could be avoided if owners ensure their ferrets are microchipped and their contact details are up to date on the database.

Microchipping your pet gives them the best chance of being identified and returned to you if they become lost or stolen. We recommend that owners talk to their vet about getting their ferrets microchipped and in the unfortunate event that their pet goes missing, it can help them be reunited.

For advice on ferret welfare and pet care please visit http://www.rspca.org.uk/adviceandwelfare/pets/ferrets

For advice on microchipping please visit
http://www.rspca.org.uk/adviceandwelfare/pets/general/microchipping Clarkson pic 2

If you think you can offer Clarkson the fresh start he is looking for then please get in touch to with the Bryn-y-Maen animal centre on 0300 123 0745 or at brynymaen@rspca.org.uk.

The centre is open between 11am and 4pm everyday, except Wednesdays.

If you would like to help the RSPCA, you can give £3 now by texting HELP to 78866 (text costs £3 + one standard network rate message). We are a charity and rely on public donations to exist.