I need a place or at least a place for 2 ferrets to stay in Minnesota

I need a place or at least a place for 2 ferrets to stay in Minnesota

I just found out that I’m getting kicked out two months after I turn 18 (so in less than 3 months) and my mom is literally unpredictable and shes threatened to kill my ferrets before so I cant leave my ferrets here she’ll throw them out or have them put to sleep or something awful and I don’t know anyone who would want/can house a teenager and ferrets

so if someone can take 2 ferrets until I find a place that is okay w/ animals or you’re willing to take both me and the ferrets please let me know!!
I know somewhere I can stay but I can’t bring the ferrets and i’d prefer to go w/ them (though I understand how difficult that is)

I only have $225 and I don’t have a job but if I get an offer ill immediately start searching for a job there and try to have one before I moved in so that I can pay rent, for the ferrets and for myself

**if you take the ferrets** I can stock up on ferret food($8) and shampoo($11) and litter(about 38 cents per a pound) for the ferrets and I can try to send you supplies as it runs out
Ill give you a run down on how to care for ferrets if you take them but here’s a little bit about them: They need to be out of their cage for at least 3 hours a day and have their nails clipped about every two weeks and baths about the same amount. They are hyper can slip into a lot places so watch them carefully!!

I am in Minnesota about an hour south from the Twin Cities

The News from Lake Wobegon for July 4, 2015
  • The News from Lake Wobegon for July 4, 2015
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The News from Lake Wobegon for July 4, 2015

Full blown summer out there. The raspberries are ripe. They’re so sweet — how we love them. The boats are out on the lake, fishing boats and pontoon boats are out there.

Mr. Snecker falls asleep on the curb in front of the Chatterbox Café, the town holds a mostly successful 4th of July parade, and the story of the famous Living Flag.

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