Lakeroad Ferret Farm Rescue Shelter
a 501c3 non-profit charitable organization. www.ferretfarm.org
We are a no-kill ferret shelter that maintains the highest standard of care. No ferret will be turned away due to illness, age or condition. Approximately 40 ferrets live here, some awaiting adoption, some enjoying their whole lives here because they are medically compromised.
Lakeroad Ferret Farm Rescue Shelter is sustained by donations alone, from many people and organizations in many forms.
Last year, the shelter needed a vehicle to transport the many ferrets that are taken to Dr Allen Edwards at the Brockport Animal Hospital, as well as transferring ferrets that are being surrendered or found outside without an owner within New York state.
The shelter had a volunteer that transported our ferrets to and from Brockport Animal Hospital for many years. That volunteer passed away, returning this duty to Brenda, the Shelter Director.
The vehicle Brenda was using was unreliable, requiring frequent repairs, so the Board members decided the shelter needed a vehicle that would not leave Brenda and the ferrets sitting on the side of the road.
Brenda and the Board members, made it possible to purchase and place a down payment on a used van with their combined financial donations.
This has allowed the shelter to take a 3 year loan.
This van is registered and insured to the shelter and the loan is paid monthly by shelter donations.
We as Board of Directors of the shelter are reaching out to the many friends and supporters to help the shelter cut the cost or eliminate this additional expense. This will enable us to continue to provide our level of care for all ferrets within the shelter, and maintain our other financial obligations.
We sincerely appreciate any amount to help us achieve this goal. You may use paypal to donate at our website.
Any additional donations we receive above our goal are gratefully welcomed, and would continue to be used to cover our operational expenses.
Lakeroad Ferret Farm Rescue Shelter Board Members
Brenda Johnson, Shelter Director