Kindness Matters Ferret Rescue, Acworth, GA. Operated by Debbie Whorley. Dedicated to promoting kindness to animals, people and our planet. Surrenders accepted. Adoptions and Foster Homes. Boarding. Ferret supplies sold. Ferret Education
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Email: kmferretrescue@comcast.net
Phone: 770-235-0070 (email preferred)
*Rescue is operated within a private home*
Visitation is by appointment only. There is an adoption process for all adoptions. Email is preferred over phone calls or texts.

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Contact:
Debbie Whorley
Email preferred: kmferretrescue@comcast.net
770-235-0070
*Rescue is operated within a private home*
Visitation is by appointment only. There is an adoption process for all adoptions. Email is preferred over phone calls or texts.

Kindness Matters Ferret Rescue
Acworth, GA
USDA # A11-0054
EIN: 45-4482882
501(c)(3)



Kindness Matters Ferret Rescue would like to thank www.AnimalDiabetes.com for their support to the shelter with their blood glucose tests.
These kits are easy to use and have a reading within 3 points of the vet's ferret glucometer. Please check them out!

Welcome!
Please "Like" our Facebook page by clicking HERE and be sure to add us to your newsfeed. There are daily updates and a lot of interaction along with pictures and information on available ferrets. Please tell your friends too!

About KMFR
Kindness Matters Ferret Rescue is a ferret shelter operated by Debbie Whorley in Acworth, Georgia. We are based in a private home where our ferrets are free roam. Visits are by appointment only. The shelter is a result of years of ferret experience! This is a no-kill shelter, meaning that no ferret will ever be killed because there are too many.
  • Dedicated to promoting kindness to animals, people and our planet.
  • Surrenders accepted
  • Adoptions and Foster Homes
  • Boarding
  • Ferret supplies sold
  • Ferret Education

How to Help
To help wth the rescue, you can:
  • Make a donation through Paypal to: kmferretrescue@comcast.net
  • Mail a check as a donation
  • Pay towards the rescue vet bill at 770-386-2362
  • Sponsor a rescue ferret for as little as $5 per month. Schedule a monthly payment through your checking account or Paypal account – kmferretrescue@comcast.net ($11 pays for a ferret’s food for a month.)
  • Register your Kroger card info and the rescue receives a percentage of any Kroger purchase! https://www.kroger.com/communityrewards Choose recipient - Kindness Matters Ferret Rescue.
  • Shop on-line through www.igive.com and the rescue gets $5 for each sign-up and a percentage of any orders made! Or, download the Button, iPad and Android apps for iGive.com and it automatically activates at participating stores. Choose charity - Kindness Matters Ferret Rescue.
  • Register with Amazon Smile and the rescue receives a percentage of any Amazon order! http://smile.amazon.com/ch/45-4482882. Choose charity – Kindness Matters.
  • Order food or supplies or buy a gift card from www.Ferret.com. Food and supplies always needed: FerreTone, Marshalls, 8 in 1 Ultimate Crunchy, ZuPreem.
  • Volunteer!
  • Foster a rescue ferret! (The rescue pays for medical care.)
  • Get Scout troops interested in the rescue for volunteering or sponsoring!
  • Donate supplies: Good quality paper towels (Viva preferred), Charmin strong toilet paper, Dawn, newspaper, bleach, free and clear laundry detergent, Oxy-Clean powder stain remover, used or new ferret supplies, Zep concentrated carpet solution gallon (Lowe’s or Home Depot), 13 gallon cinch tie trash bags, horse pine pellets, Grizzly salmon oil, ProBios probiotics, liquid hand soap.
Downloadable flyer: HERE

Thank You
A big THANK YOU goes out to all the friends of the shelter who have donated resources and time throughout the years. Without this help, all these sweet little fur babies would not have a place to rest (and play!) while they look for their forever homes.

A lot goes on around here, and it's not just looking for things the ferrets have hidden! Education is a big part of being a shelter and rescue. Ferrets are neat little (complicated) creatures and there is a lot to learn about them even before they join your family. Feel free to reach out to me if you have questions, I'm here to help.

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