Animal Stories - American Red Squirrel


Animal-World Information about: American Red Squirrel

   The American Red Squirrel is adorable, a lively little 'chittering" critter!
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Anonymous - 2017-09-29
I am very interested on buying a pet squirrel. Where can I get one?

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  • Anonymous - 2020-02-16
    you can contact Mathew Reeds his phone #(972) 638-9315‬
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Blake Howe - 2019-03-11
I am a 15 year old male in Virginia and I have been looking for a pet red Squirrel. I am very responsible and think a squirrel would be a great addition to my family.

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Josh - 2019-08-03
I am intrested in purchasing a red squirrel. I am wondering what the price of them And how you receive them

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Sanchez - 2018-04-19
I am Having new litters of ground squirrels and Indian palm Squirrels available, looking for any serious Persons interested, Leave a message on (909) 589-1328

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  • Benjamin Estrada - 2019-05-09
    Hi interested in a squirrel give me a call when you got a minute thanks Ben (818)720-4917
  • Coty Manuel - 2019-05-27
    Do you have any squirrel left
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Riki Ruether - 2019-10-12
Baby greys available text 513 320 3873

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Riki Ruether - 2019-10-12
Baby greys and red teens available text us at 513 320 3873

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erikadanijela - 2019-08-30
Outstanding Savannah kittens Available Tica Reg,

Our amazing girl has given birth to 8 amazing kittens
girl- (available)
boys (available)
They have beautiful golden coats and striking black spots.
Please contact for any questions via email: erikadanijela@gmail.com
Our Kittens are brought up in a loving family home around children and other animals, so are very sociable and confident.
Our Cats are first and foremost our pets and a special part of the family.
Every kitten is fully vaccinated , microchipped and health checked twice before leaving for their new homes.
They come with their 5 generation pedigree, free insurance for 5 weeks and a kitten pack.

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Drew hebner - 2019-06-03
I have American red squirrel heb

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Luke - 2019-04-28
We have baby flying squirrels living in our attic. I'm wondering how to tell if the parents are still alive or not? If not I'd like to learn the best way to take care of them and reintroduce them to the wild.

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Alisha - 2018-10-03
I have 1 girl and 3 boy ferret kits still available for reservation from my summer ferret litter that will ready for new homes in a few weeks. Their parents are a large champagne male and their albino mother on the smaller side, both parents are unrelated and originally imported from the US. The kits will be handled, socialized, had baths, started on litter training and had first rounds of flea, mite and worm prevention treatments. These kits are raised, fed and weaned naturally, mostly on raw turkey/chicken including bones and organs with some all meat canned and grain free kibble. Do a search on how the ferret mills really breed/feed and fix the ferrets sold in stores and the all the health problems that result and you will see why this a big difference in the health and well being of the kits! De-scenting is a needless surgery, ferrets don't spray and it does nothing in reducing their smell, females smell much less then males though and a proper diet help a lot as well! A good diet and an occasional bath goes a long way, and neutering in males if you feel it needed. If local I have a couple starter packages available that include a gently used starter cage, good for training wile they are young or if free roaming in a room but otherwise should have a larger size once they get older, and the smaller cage used for travel, cleaning etc. pack prices will vary based on the cage and will include; cage, water bottle, food dish, safe litter, litter box, hammock, shampoo, and some toys. I am also making some custom cages for my own ferrets with galvanized wire mesh and could possibly make a specific size or multi level design if wanted, sides can be either 1'x1' or 1'x2' with levels being 1/2'x1/2' galvanized after welded wire since it is more resistant to rust though it can be covered with linoleum or a fleece liner if you wish. Price will depend on size/levels/metal or plastic pan and number of doors you want. Send me an idea of what design you want and I can give you an idea on cost:-). Kits will be $220 each, with a deposit of $100 to reserve a kit, threw E-transfe etc. I can meet in the lower mainland of Naperville, possibly further, Or ship within US using Delta Cargo which costs about $130 for the flight and shipping crate for 1 or 2 kits.. Email or txt with any questions via sj3895160@gmail.com. Thanks

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