The following are some of the ferrets who passed through the Cascade Ferret Network and found homes in 2010.

Name: Cyrano Special Needs Sponsored Incoming Sponsored Sex: M Age: 3 years Color: sable
Name: Roxanne Special Needs Sponsored Incoming Sponsored Sex: F Age: 3 years Color: blaze

Arrived: August 22, 2006
Cyrano and Roxanne were turned over to a rescue organization in Vancouver, Washington called Second Chance when their owner was unable to find them a new home herself. She had been given the pair 9 months before and they are several years old, so they must have been through several owners at this point. Second Chance does not have much experience with ferrets so they turned the pair over to CFN to find them a new home. The pair is a little on the thin side, but are very gentle and playful with humans and other ferrets. Cyrano is especially sweet to humans, and he gives kisses all the time. Roxanne is quite lively and a tail wagger in the tubes. They are both from Marshall Farms.

Cyrano was finally helped over the rainbow bridge on December 21 after a long struggle with Inflammatory Bowel disease. He was a sweetheart who will be greatly missed by his foster parent and his lifelong cagemate, Roxanne.

Roxanne passed away in 2010 to join her friend Cyrano.

Name: Jules Special Needs Sponsored Sex: M Age: 4 years Color: dark sable

Arrived: July 12, 2007
Adopted: 2010
Jules is very lucky to be alive. He was rescued by a Good Samaritan that found him in the middle of a busy road during a very hot stretch of weather in July. Not only was he thin and very dehydrated, he was also unable to use his hind legs normally. An x-ray showed a fractured pelvis. Jules was also lucky to be fostered by an experienced ferret owner who is very capable of dealing with his special requirements. He needed supplemental fluids and feedings, special medications and physical therapy. He has improved greatly, but may always be disabled and need special care. He has a wonderful personality and has bonded with one of the pets owned by the foster parent. The foster parent says: "He is a doll. He and Annie really like each other. She grooms him; he plays with her. This guy hasn't an aggressive bone towards ferrets in his body. And he will lay on my chest and lick my face for eons." Jules is from Marshall Farms

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