Two years ago, a flock of about 20 ferrets was moved from a zoo to a breeding farm in the Israeli city of Ashkelon, in what some experts described as a “disappearance” in the country.
The ferrets were the first of a flock that was to be sold off to breeders in Israel.
The flock’s fate was sealed after a court ruled that the government cannot legally sell off the animals.
The Ferret Rescue and Education Society of Israel (FREES) said it will continue to keep the ferrets in the flock until a new breeder is found.
The organization, which is based in the city of Haifa, was founded in 2001 to rescue ferrets from zoos and other institutions and to breed them.
“We have a history of rescuing ferrets who are taken in to be bred,” said FREES’ director-general, Ephraim Elimelech.
“I don’t think it is a good thing for the country if these ferret breeds are gone.” “
Israel is the world’s second-largest exporter of ferrets, after the United States, and it is the only country in the world that does not require the sale of its ferrets. “
I don’t think it is a good thing for the country if these ferret breeds are gone.”
Israel is the world’s second-largest exporter of ferrets, after the United States, and it is the only country in the world that does not require the sale of its ferrets.
In 2015, the country banned the breeding of ferret for meat and to avoid a potential shortage of the pets.
Israel has not yet released any statistics on the number of ferres that are in the herd and its number of owners.
Israel’s Ferret Council, an advocacy group for ferrets around the world, said in a statement that ferrets are “the ultimate conservation asset” and that “the breeders who keep them are doing their utmost to ensure that the best-looking and most pure breeds are still available to breed.”
“It is a pity that ferret breeders are so cavalier about the health of their animals,” said BREES’ Elimell.
“These are animals that were bred for a purpose, to provide a long-term home for our nation’s best and brightest.”
Ferrets were also among the animals taken from zoological parks, which are the countrys most popular tourist attractions.
In 2014, a group of 10 ferrets that had been in the Zoological Gardens in the Negev Desert for more than 20 years were released back into the wild.
The group had been living at a farm owned by a German couple.
The couple, who were not related to each other, purchased the animals from a zoological park in 2012.