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Ferret Shelters in New York


Director: Anjelica Howe
New York, NY
607 334-9510

Empire Ferrets

Ridgewood, NY
917 324-0594
Email: empireferrets at yahoo.com


Director: Maggie Houseman
Tonawanda, NY
716 348-8119
Email: maggies_58 at hotmail.com

Yonkers area, New York
914 476-1370
Ferret Rescue is a privately funded shelter located in the Yonkers, New York area located in a private home.

P.O. Box 698
7835 State Route 21
Naples, NY 14512
Lakeroad Ferret Farm Rescue and Shelter is a no-kill ferret shelter in upstate New York that maintains the highest standard of care. No ferret will be turned away due to illness, age or condition. Approximately 50 ferrets live here, some awaiting adoption and some enjoying their whole lives here.

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ferrets

94 Jeffery Lane
Oceanside, NY 11572-5936
516 536-6615
Foster homes are strictly for emergencies only. All others remain in their homes until a suitable new home is found.

We are an educational organization that does adoptions, rescue work and placement of ferrets.We operate strictly as an adoption agency. When someone is giving up a ferret for whatever reason the ferret becomes listed with us and remains with their current home until we are able to place the little one in a new home. Those seeking to adopt must go through our adoption process to see if you would be a suitable home.

Dog & Cat Shelters in New York

P.O. Box 248
Lagrangeville, New, York, 12540
845 527-8033<
My Hope's in You Small Animal Rescue is a family run rescue located in the Mid Hudson Valley, New York .

We strive to educate small animal owners on proper care. When considering the addition of a pet to the household the commitment involved is for the remainder of their new furry family members life.

We work hard to explain that a small animal should not be considered just a "starter pet" who could later be replaced by a "bigger" or "better" pet. While small animals may be little, their love, compassion and antics proves their hearts to be HUGE and through their hearts you can experience your first true pet love.

We help find loving homes for small animals who are tossed in the trash, forgot about in cages, left outdoors to fend for themselves, or sent to slaughter after being made to breed repeatedly to make their owners money.

53 East 3rd Street
Brooklyn, New York 11218
718 436.5163
501(c)(3) Non Profit No-Kill Animal Rescue & Shelter