Pennsylvania Ferret Club and Shelter (PFCS) is both a ferret club
and a full-service ferret rescue and shelter organization. The ferret
club consists of dozens of members who all work together for the
primary purpose of supporting the club's shelter branches. Equally
important, the club also focuses on educating the public, current
ferret owners, and others who come in contact with ferrets about
the care and needs of the domestic ferret. The overall goal of the
PFCS is to improve the quality of life for pet ferrets everywhere.
Club members volunteer their time in a variety of ways to help
us achieve our goals. Primarily, our club members assist in providing
shelter to surrendered ferrets, hold many fundraisers and events
to raise money to care for the ferrets in our shelter, and host
and participate in educational days to teach the public about
shelter of the PFCS is comprised of a network of full-service
shelter branche and halfway homes that are run by club members.
Our main shelter is located in Enola, Pennsylvania. We provide adoption and rescue services to
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and parts of Delaware and Maryland.
Forget-Me-Not Ferret Rescue is run by Shelter Director Tracy Snedeker out of her home in Enola, Pennsylvania - a stone's throw from Harrisburg. Tracy has been one of the most dedicated and active members and fosterers of the PFCS since she joined in August, 2000. In October, 2004 Tracy took the leap and opened a much-needed second shelter branch for the PFCS. Her experience both as a foster home and her many, many hours volunteering for our shelters made her the perfect candidate for sheltering herself. Tracy's only problem: when shelter ferrets come to her, they never want to leave! :) Tracy's personal website is coming soon, check back!
PFCS is a very active organization that hosts and participates
in many events throughout the year. We hold numerous fundraising
events, ferret awareness days, and participate in pet fairs and
expos hosted by other organizations to educate the public about