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March 2011 Product Spotlight, Ferret Dome by LFFR Bedding

This contest has ended, and two lucky entrants won a Ferret Dome, courtesy of LFFR Bedding!

Posted: March 1, 2011, 5 a.m. EST

Ferret Dome by LFFR Bedding
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Introducing the Ferret Dome, designed by Rose of LFFR Bedding. The Ferret Dome is a chubby, triangular-shaped, three-sided dome designed to take up space where the ferrets decide to leave a special "present" in their cage. The Dome stands approximately 10 inches tall and has a 10-inch diameter, batting-padded, round, floor base and comes fully fleece-lined. It is secured  by a swivel clip or removable hook with easy access inside through a  4-inch circular opening to allow privacy. The Dome can be placed anywhere in the cage, especially in areas where you have empty space that ferrets might see a spot to "miss the pan." The Dome can hold a couple of ferrets in comfort. The Ferret Dome is useful, adorable and can be machine-washed and dried. Check for prices and shipping at the LFFR (Little Feet Ferret Bedding) website.

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I love reading all the articles in this news letter plus I think the ferret dome is really neat. I like having information on all the different animals especially ferrets since I'm the proud owner of 11 now, all but one of those are rescues. I've taken in unwanted, abused, neglected ferrets for the past 5 yrs. Most are old and sick, I don't re-home any of them, no one wants an old sick ferret, once they cross my doorway they have found their forever home and live out their lives here. I'm not a shelter/rescue, just an individual that loves ferrets and yes, sometimes the care for them gets expensive, but I've always managed so far. I've had up to 26 and have lost many, each time they cross over the bridge they take a piece of my heart with them. I say I can't do this any more it's hurts to bad, but then here comes the next pitiful little one and here I go again.
Cindy, Odem, TX
Posted: 3/29/2011 11:52:20 AM
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