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Trudy came into RSPCA care after she was picked up as a stray, unfortunately she was never claimed by her owner and so now begins the search for a new family.
When she first arrived at the animal home she was quite timid although was friendly, she was worried by sudden or loud sounds and would run away if approached too quickly. However after spending some time getting to know the staff and her new surroundings Trudy has blossomed into an extremely sociable ferret that loves spending time with people. She is happy to be picked up and loves to be stroked although seems to be at her happiest sitting on the heads and shoulders of the staff and volunteers. As her confidence has grown she has become much more playful and can often be seen chasing a ball around her enclosure or climbing on her scratching post. This increased confidence has also meant that occasionally she will nip when she becomes over excited but the staff are working closely with her to ensure that this does not become a habit she adopts.
Trudy is now looking for a new home where she will continue to receive daily socialising to help her bond with her new family in the way that she has bonded with staff here at the centre. Due to her friendly and relaxed nature she would suit most homes in search of a ferret companion however we would recommend any children be 7 years or older or have experience with ferrets. It is important to note that any interactions with children must be supervised by an adult to ensure she is handled correctly and in a calm manner to prevent her becoming worried.
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Hull & East Riding Animal Centre
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 email@example.com
This establishment is run by RSPCA Hull & East Riding Branch