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SillyCat81

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What to do with fuzzies - honeymoon planning! - Sunday, July 27, 2014 11:07 PM
So I'm getting married in December, we are honeymooning for 9 days in Las Vegas and we have 7 fuzzies that I have no idea what to do with them. I have friends that I trust enough to come over to feed them but I think 7 is too many to try to get them out and play with...you kno  how they can be and to have that many out with someone who doesnt handle them daily makes me way too nervous. 

I'm worried I'm not gonna figure this out before we go and we have no choice, its already booked and paid for...plus it's my wedding!! I don't want to back out!!

What can I do? 9 days is too long to not get them out right? Which they'll end up getting out anyways as they all lunge at the door when it opens so they'll definitely escape the cage for someone else. 

We live in Harrisburg, PA and I might be open to having someone take them for theweek but then how do I make sure someone doesnt try to keep them? Or neglect them? 
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Re:What to do with fuzzies - honeymoon planning! - Monday, July 28, 2014 7:18 AM
Check in with a local ferret shelter down there.  Maybe you can board them while you are on your honeymoon.

You might have to travel....but it might be worth the time.

http://www.oxfordrescue.org/

http://www.ferretclub.com/

http://hide-e-hole.com/

http://www.ferretrescue.com/

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Re:What to do with fuzzies - honeymoon planning! - Monday, July 28, 2014 7:24 AM
Thanks Wenmister! I just recently learned of hide e hole out in Pittsburgh and I have lots of family in that area so that might work out good. 
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Re:What to do with fuzzies - honeymoon planning! - Tuesday, July 29, 2014 9:34 AM
Definitely talk with the ferret rescue! I'm leaving for a week on Saturday and my usually sitter's hours changed so watching all of my other animals AND the ferrets (plus her animals) was too much. 
So I got in touch with the ferret rescue near me (I'm also in PA, closer to the middle of the state) and she's going to watch them and even keep up with their raw diet!

Ferrets: Wesley, Percy, Owen    -rip Bandit-
Bettas- Kitty, Pip, and Logan
Sun Conure- Kita
Gerbils- Piper and Tailer
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Re:What to do with fuzzies - honeymoon planning! - Sunday, August 10, 2014 2:52 PM
Where in PA do you live? I live in central (Lewisburg). I could probably help out with a couple depending on the date also - ofc if it's close enough anyway. You'd be welcome to meet mine and see my house and stuff before you decided. 

Just saw you're in Harrisburg so disregard that question. :P
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Re:What to do with fuzzies - honeymoon planning! - Monday, August 11, 2014 7:32 PM
ah, this is a big reason why I don't take vacations, good call on the ferret shelter though, I am getting more involved with them ( donations, volunteer ect), never even thought to ask!
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