Can you find a home for friendly ferret?
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.