It's a unique week for our Pet of the Week with the Vanderburgh Humane Society. This week, we have not one, not two, but three pets looking for their forever home, and as you've already noticed, they aren't dogs or cats. Meet Farris, Clepto, and Calypso.

The Story of Farris, Clepto, and Calypso

Outside of having the standard dog and/or cat as a pet, ferrets have become a popular choice for people who want a pet but maybe don't have the space for a dog or cat. Not only are they adorable little fur noodles but according to Spruce Pets, they're playful, smart, curious, quiet, easy to feed, and can be litter-trained like a cat.

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As you can see from the video above, these three definitely fit the definition of playful and can obviously keep each other (and you) entertained for hours on end. According to the VHS, all three are two years old and super-social. One thing you should know, Farris is deaf. However, the VHS says it doesn’t impair his quality of life whatsoever or slow him down.

What Are Bonded Animals?

According to House with a Heart:

Bonded pairs of animals have generally grown up together. While often siblings, non-siblings can bond as well. Although every animal can develop bonds, there are times when these bonds are so close that one or both animals decline when not with the other.

While you could adopt either Farris, Clepto, or Calypso individually, it is preferred you take all three. Their adoption fee is $75 each which covers everything every adoption fee at the Vanderburgh Humane Society covers; spay or neutering, up-to-date vaccinations, and microchipping.

If you'd like to get a jump on the adoption process for Farris, Clepto, and Calypso, or any of the animals the VHS offers that you might be interested in, you can fill out some of the paperwork in advance on the VHS website.

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[Sources: Spruce Pets / House with a Heart]

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