HELP HOFA:

You've gotta shop, right? 

Help support the Heart of Ohio Ferret Association and Rescue and shop using our affiliate program with iGive.com. There are over 500 stores with everything you'd normally buy online. These aren't those fly-by-night stores, they're real, recognizable merchants like Barnes and Noble, Land's End and OfficeMax.

Help support the Heart of Ohio Ferret Association by doing your online shopping through iGive and a percentage of every purchase you make will be donated to the HOFA.

Welcome!

If you shop at Kroger’s and have a Kroger’s Plus Shopper’s Card, please designate Heart of Ohio Ferret Association & Rescue as your Kroger Community Rewards program organization!

(Please note you will have to reassign your designated charity yearly on May 1.)

Heart Of Ohio Ferret Association & Rescue Inc

HOFA'S MISSION:

HOFA is committed to being the premier rescue organization where ferret enthusiast can find education, information, advice, friendship, competition and camaraderie.


To educate, network with and provide up to date information and support to ferret owners, pet stores, humane societies, veterinarians and the general public.

To promote the domestic ferret as a companion animal while encouraging responsible ferret ownership.

To provide ferret shelter and and rescue services

& Rescue, Inc.

Dog collars, cat collars,
& accessories

Mention HOFA at checkout and 10% of your purchase will be donated to HOFA!

FEATURED ADOPTABLES:

Heart of Ohio Ferret Association

Heart of Ohio Ferret Association is currently seeking loving foster parents to support the many homeless ferrets being surrendered into our shelter, until they find their forever homes. 

What does fostering entail? As a foster parent, you will be responsible for day to day care of the ferrets- cage cleaning, grooming, feeding, socializing, and playtime- and then choosing a suitable adoptive family when the time comes. All food, litter, and medical expenses will be paid for by HOFA- you provide the love! 

Why foster a ferret? Aren't sure a ferret is the right pet for you? Fostering is a great way to test ferret ownership before committing to adoption. Maybe you'd like to have ferrets but can't afford them? Then fostering would be an ideal choice! If you've ever fallen in love with a ferret, fostering a ferret in need will be one of your most rewarding experiences. And the more foster parents we have, the more ferrets we can rescue, rehabilitate, and find wonderful permanent homes for.

Where can I sign up! If you're up to the challenge and the joy of being a foster parent, or have any questions about fostering, you can email our Shelter Chair at hofashelterchair@yahoo.com, or our President at hofapres@yahoo.com, OR leave us a message at (614) 428-0279.

HOFA Rescue members and guest speakers share the latest facts on quality ferret care, housing, health tips, nutrition, behavioral management, research data, rescue shelters, vets who are experienced in ferret medicine and ferret products through newsletters, ferret shows, meetings, seminars, and clinics.


Guests and curious individuals​​ thinking about membership and all ferret owners are welcome! 


Ferret food and supplies for sale below pet store prices.

Proceeds benefit HOFA.

Purchase HOFA T-Shirts!

COME TALK FERRET

Join us to talk FERRET...

Learn about the Suprelorin Implant.

June 12th
2:00pm-5:00 pm
Scarlett's house: 

  4640 Marysville Rd. 

  Delaware, OH 43015  

The main topic will be importance of quality ferret food and what's available now but discussion about any other ferret-related topic is always welcome.


​Feel free to bring a fishing pole for some catch and release fishing in her shared pond. It is fully stocked and no fishing license is required, as it is on private property.


    ​*NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE


Rabies/ADV Testing Clinic & Cookout
Saturday, July 30th
2pm-5pm 


We will be updating on Ferret Buckeye Bash. Chicken and drinks provided.  If possible, bring a side or dessert! 

Rabies is $14 and ADV testing $10. 

Again at Scarlett's so feel free to bring a fishing pole for some catch and release fishing in her shared pond. It is fully stocked and no fishing license is required, as it is on private property.