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Mavis arrived at the RSPCA after she was picked up by an RSPCA inspector as a stray, despite being in good health and having clearly been looked after when she was found no-one came forward to claim her and so she was transferred to the Hull branch to begin her search for a new home.


On arrival at the centre Mavis was a little unsure of her new surroundings and so was a little quiet however within a couple of days she was feeling more at home and began to become much more playful.


She is a very inquisitive ferret that loves to explore her exercise space and makes full use of all of the tubes and toys available to her. She has been very sociable with the staff, excitedly running over to them when they enter her pod although she is a little wary of sudden movements and so they have to be careful not to startle her when they are socialising with her.


As she can be a little hand shy at times she would be best suited to a home that are familiar with ferrets to help build her confidence when being handled.

About Me

Breed: Ferret
Colour: Cream
Age: 2 Years (approx)
Ref: M2018053

Contact the centre or branch about me:

Hull & East Riding Animal Centre

Clough Road
HULL
HU6 7PE

01482 341331

11am-1pm & 2-4pm every day except Wed (closed)

We prioritise animals we have rescued from cruelty & neglect, which may mean we cannot take in unwanted pets.For Adopt an animal, Pet welfare advice and Wildlife welfare advice only, you can also email us on enquiries@rspcahull.org.uk

This establishment is run by RSPCA Hull & East Riding Branch

About Me

Breed: Ferret
Colour: Cream
Age: 2 Years (approx)
Ref: M2018053
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