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Still got room for a jill. Would prefer light/white but aslong as there working stock not bothered

 

 

Northamptonshire

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Still got room for a jill. Would prefer light/white but aslong as there working stock not bothered

 

 

Northamptonshire

ive got some pal out of top working stock

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free kits to working homes all bred from good working stock albines black eyed whites and few mixed colours. pictures available if interested.

 

Grimsby.

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ferret kits free to good homes hobs and jills albinos and coloured also big male polecat hob Grimsby area

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Looking for a couple of Jill ferrets around Merseyside area, one for me, as Stinky Pinky was a little lonely this past year and another one or maybe two for a mate of mine. :thumbs:

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Hob kits albinos , in Surrey 11 weeks old now . Handled non biters , need space in my hutches ,

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If anyone has any ferrets from good working stock in the north kent area that need a new home i will happily take them on, older ferrets, kitts, jill, hobs, not important but workers or out of workers a must , they will be worked and looked after well, I have just landed 30,000 acres of permission and am ferretless ! apart from a vegitarian jill ! pm please if anyone has anything.

 

Thanks Goose

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Free ferret kits in grimsby to good homes got albinos bew's and a couple of coloured nearly polecat markings looks like there will be a silver or two aswell. Not wanting anything for them just good homes bred from workers for my own use and a mate. Jobs and Jill's available.

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i have kits, albino, hobs/jills from working stock, free to good homes. south wales area if anyones intrested pm me :thumbs:

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