by Lori

Noah came into my life just over four years ago. Not long enough. He came down with ferret Lymphoma, and was just getting worse everyday. Today I made the choice to help him cross over. It's never easy to have a pet put down, but I know it was the right thing to do. I know he is with his two sisters at the rainbow bridge. When I think of them together it gives me con fort. I miss him so very much.

Noah mommy loves you soooo very much little boy.

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May 06, 2010
Lymphoma in ferrets is the worst
by: Nadia

Lori, I'm so sorry for your loss. I know how heart-breaking it can be to have to make that final decision.

But no matter how much it hurt, you made the right choice. Don't ever doubt that. Like you said, Noah is now dooking and war dancing away with his two sisters, completely free of pain.

Lymphoma in ferrets is in my opinion the worst disease a fuzzy can get. It's so hard to detect early on that helping your ferret cross-over is pretty much the only thing you can do for your fuzzy.

Wishing you all the best during this difficult time with lots of understanding friends and family (including the furry kind) to offer you some comfort.

Nadia, Stitch, Nibbler and Tassie

Feb 03, 2011
Muched loved, always loved
by: Lynn


I know how it is to be racked with guilt of taking a darling one to the rainbow bridge. My man had lyphoma.

Never more than a moment away,
In my heart every day,
They joy you gave I'll never forget,
and loving you I'll never regret,

Rest now all our darlings til we met again.

Sending you much love

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