I can suggest Meeteetse
a note from Sukie:
Meeteetse is where Black Footed Ferrets were first rediscovered.
We are so happy to see the name, Meeteese, in there.
One of our domestic ferrets had that name. She was a little girl who had been battered at a pet store for biting and had a malformed tail left over from that. Her problem? A deciduous canine had turned on its side, been retained and caused a large gum infection. I was able to remove it right in that store and the pus just erupted from it in a fountain. After that she went home with us and she never bit anyone again.
Meeteetse would gently hold a person's big toe in her mouth if she felt ill and we luckily one day insisted on x-rays of her chest when she had begun a tiny cough and did that toe holding. She sounded fine when the vet listened but actually had severe pneumonia and pleurisy so they jumped fast when the images were seen and she was saved.
What our Meeteese was probably best known for was that she absolutely loved the voice of NPR science reporter, Richard Harris and would climb up and kiss the speakers when he was on the air. As a result she was on All Things Considered NPR several times, and when she finally passed away they had an obituary for her on the Weekend Science ATC show.
Sukie (not a vet)