Can you find a home for friendly fer­ret?

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Uk&world Update -

THIS friendly fer­ret has made a re­mark­able re­cov­ery af­ter be­ing shot with an air weapon and is now look­ing for a new home.

Jeremy the fer­ret was picked up by the RSPCA in April af­ter he was found with pel­let wounds in the side and in his foot by a mem­ber of the pub­lic in Guy­hirn in April.

He was in a very poorly state and had to have surgery to re­move the pel­lets.

Since then, he has made a fan­tas­tic re­cov­ery and the RSPCA is look­ing for a new home for him.

RSPCA An­i­mal Wel­fare Of­fi­cer, Kathy Hornig said: “Jeremy has been through a ter­ri­ble or­deal, but de­spite this, he is a re­ally happy chap­pie.

“He has been re­cu­per­at­ing for the last few weeks and still has some hair loss, but he is easy to han­dle and would make a fan­tas­tic pet.

“We re­ally want to find him a lov­ing new home, where he can make the most of his new lease of life and we hope there is some­one out there who could take him in and shower him with lots of love.”

Any­one who can of­fer Jeremy a new home should call RSPCA Peter­bor­ough branch on 01733 222188.

The RSPCA is still in­ves­ti­gat­ing the shoot­ing. Any­one with in­for­ma­tion should call 0300 1234 999.

CUTE: An­i­mal Wel­fare Of­fi­cer Kathy Hornig gives Jeremy the fer­ret a cud­dle.

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