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The Ferrets Magazine Newswire, August 29, 2008

Black-footed ferrets and prairie dogs in Kansas; Lost ferret in UK; Ferret rescue.

Posted: August 29, 2008, 8:20 p.m. EDT

Black-Footed Ferrets In Kansas
Spotters are tracking the success and health of black-footed ferrets that were reintroduced into the Kansas prairie last December, reports the Hays Daily News. Read Now>>

Lost Ferret Reunites With Owners In UK
Pickles the ferret went missing on August 11, but thanks to a news article, he’s now reunited with his family, reports the Lincolnshire Echo. Read Now>>

Prairie Dog Populations Under Scrutiny In Kansas
Reintroduction of the endangered black-footed ferret to Kansas intensifies the importance of monitoring the prairie dog population in those areas, as black-footed ferrets rely on prairie dogs for food and shelter, reports the Kansas City Info Zine. Read Now>>

Progress For Black-Footed Ferrets In Kansas

Some of the endangered black-footed ferrets that were born in captivity and released into the wild in Kansas last year have survived, and a few even had babies, reports the Wichita Eagle. Read Now>>

Always There For Ferrets

Concerned Ferret Owners is a rescue for abandoned ferrets that works to find forever homes for the pets and educate people about their care, reports the Warren Reporter. Read Now>>

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