Hello, my name is Tristan and Siegfried

Young Ferrets

Tristan and Siegfried

A little bit about me..

Tristan and Siegfried came into our care as youngsters and were adopted by someone who was not able to care for them long term. They are now back with the branch and looking for an experienced ferret lover to give them the forever home that they deserve.

The boys are currently being fostered by our fantastic ferret volunteers and enjoy playing in their secure garden and snoozing on their laps after a treat or two.

They would prefer to live as a pair rather than in a larger group and would not be suitable for families with young children. Pre and post home visits will be carried out for anyone interested in adopting them.

Ferrets are adorable and funny little characters but need spacious accommodation and plenty of stimulation in the few hours that they are awake each day. They can live up to 10 years and are obligate carnivores which means that they need a meat based diet. 

Key features

  • 0-1 Years
  • Albino
  • Male
  • Indoors. Outdoors.

Requirements to adopt me

Small Animal Annual Costs

Is a small animal the right pet for you?

  • Can you afford £5 a week for food
  • Can you give your pet a safe and secure space to live in?
  • Can you afford up to £10 a month for pet insurance?
  • Can you be at home for part of every day?
  • If needed can you afford veterinary treatment throughout your pet’s life?
  • Can you afford to board your pet or arrange for family or friends to look after your pet while you are on holiday?

If you can answer YES to these questions then read on to find out about adopting a small animal.

Adoption Charges

Ferrets £40

Guinea pigs £30

Rats £20

Hamsters, mice and gerbils etc. £10

If you would like to go ahead and adopt a cat or kitten then view those currently available below, make a note of the name and reference number of those you are interested in and then:

Phone: (020) 8966 9688 or Email: info@rspcamiddlesex.org.uk

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