Don’s family members include ferrets. We will learn how he defined his lifestyle to include these curious little loving creatures. Many individuals have stated “a ferret is like having a two year old”.
Kim Meyer is a board director of Vision Hills Sanctuary located in Round Rock. She will educate us on the health issues of small pets such as chinchillas, gerbils, guinea pigs and hamsters.
Kim, the director of Vision Hills Sanctuary, will educate us on small pet care. She focuses on Chinchillas, Gerbils, Hamsters and Guinea Pigs. Listen and learn more about these small loving creatures.
Stories Of Multiple Pets is hosting a Radio For Rescue project beginning August 7th – February 1st. Benefiting from this project is one of four nonprofit animal organizations:
Kim Meyer is a board director of Vision Hills Sanctuary located in Round Rock. The sanctuary cares for a variety of pets. She cares for the smaller pets such as gerbils, hamsters, chinchillas and guinea pigs. Many individuals are unaware of her rescue or efforts to match these small pets with loving forever homes.
Congratulations to Kevin and Kell (guinea pigs) as they begin their adventure with their new family members.
At the present time (Sunday, October 10, 2010) several small pets are ready to be adopted into their forever families.
Woodstock is a hamster who enjoys playing in his cage with all his toys.
Champagne is an older gerbil who loves chewing on an empty paper towel roll.
Sugar is only for a very experienced gerbil owner.
Cayenne and Serrano are 1 year old Chinchillas. Cayenne is reserved, Serrano is more outgoing and enjoys being petted.