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The Weekly Ferrets Magazine Newswire - May 15, 2009

Ferret health website; Ferrets as pets; Rabies; Lost ferret; Found ferret; Beef recall; Connecticut bill.

Posted: May 15, 2009, 10:45 p.m. EDT

Connecticut Bill Regarding Wild Animals Delayed
A bill that could ban ownership of wild animals has been delayed as an amendment is drafted to exempt ferrets, small monkeys and professional circuses, reports the Stamford Advocate. Read Now>>

Beef Recall In Arkansas Due To Possible E. Coli Contamination
A recall alert was issued for beef products sold at a Hot Springs, Arkansas, retailer, reports the USDA. Read Now>>

Ferrets Take The Spotlight In Michigan
The Ferret Health Advancement Web Site has been launched by the University of Michigan’s College of Veterinary Medicine, reports DVM 360. Read Now>>

Ferrets Make Great Pets
A couple who runs a ferret rescue recommend ferrets as pets, reports the Sheffield Telegraph. Read Now>>

Colorado Pet Owners Urged To Keep Pets’ Rabies Vaccinations Up To Date
Five confirmed cases of rabies in wildlife living in Colorado has Colorado officials urging pet owners to keep rabies vaccinations up-to-date in their pets, reports The Holyoke Enterprise. Read Now>>

Family Seeks Escaped Ferret
A family in Aldershot, England, are hoping to find their escaped pet ferret, reports Get Hampshire. Read Now>>

Family Reunites With Escaped Ferret
A family’s lost ferret was found, thanks to a tip from a postman, reports Get Hampshire. Read Now>>

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