Animals in our care

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Domestic Short Hair - male - 6 months and 1 weeks

Foster Carer or New Home Needed
Roy is a really handsome boy. He has a beautiful soft ginger coat with a thick white bib and socks, and a striking thick tail. He's inquisitive, will quickly check out anything that changes in our house, and still has kitten energy which is a lot of fun. He is quite independent and will sometimes disappear downstairs for a bit of solo time, but loves to curl up with us on the sofa or the end of the bed for a long sleep too. He has a cute little miaow.

He enjoys being around people of all ages, is happy to be handled and comes to greet anyone who comes to the door, but he is also quite happy to be left during the day.

We have primary-school aged children and the cats both enjoy them.

He have always been an inside cat, but Roy in particular seems very keen to go outside.

He is desexed, litter trained, and vaccinations and worming/flea treatments are up to date. They are in excellent health and love a mix of wet and dry food.

Located in St Ives

Roy has been in foster care since 04 March 2017, for 4 weeks



DSH - male - 6 years

G.G. (White and Tabby on the right in photo) was the last kitten to be caught and he also was not happy about his capture. He has dealt with being caught by almost immediately going to sleep on your chest when picked up. He still will go to sleep on you if he is not happy or sure what is happening to him he went on a display day for DCH to a rescue friendly petshop and he fell asleep on anyone who picked him up. He originally grumbled when he was was picked up and gained the name Grumpy Guts (G.G. for short) but now he purrs when he is picked up. He does not like going to bed at night and is extremely good at the game of 'catch me if you can' and then happily settles down for his dinner. He loves to play with a stick with a ribbon tied on the end of it. G.G. is the complete opposite to his brother in size. He is built like a tank and because of this finds it difficult to climb things even though he does try to keep chasing his siblings when they climb up on something. He will often sit upon his haunches like a meerkat when he wants to see what is going on.

G.G has been in foster care since 30 July 2011, for 5.6 years



DSH - female - 6 years and 4 months

Hi, My name is Jessica. I came into DCH foster care at about 3 weeks old as I did a silly thing. I was born in a produce store and I went off wandering away from my mum on my own and found myself under a pallet that was just about to be lifted by a big machine. Just as well the driver saw me and he was a nice man and picked me up and put me in a box with a warm towel. I was so lucky he saw me as I would have been squashed by the prongs on the fork-lift. I was also lucky that they knew my foster carer and she knew how to bottle feed kittens and she looked after me till I was big and healthy.

I love playing with other cats and kittens. When I was smaller I loved chasing my tail as it has a little light coloured bit on the end. After catching my tail a few times I realised that it was attached to me and biting it as I caught it hurt, so I rarely do that any more now I chase the other cats tails or the dogs tail. My favourite toy is a piece of bamboo with a ribbon tied on the end. I love to jump high trying to catch the ribbons but I also love to drag the stick around and I can even maneuver it through the cat tunnel. I also love to chew up pieces of paper and I carry out the toilet roll centre when someone puts it on the floor they are fun to chew up also.

I am a fairly smoochy girl when there are no other cats around and will spend time with the people in my family, but if there are other cats around I would rather play with them, so I may be better as an only cat. I do have one problem - I don't like taking tablets, or being treated with any other medications, so my foster mum wraps a towel around me so I can't struggle, and then she gives me my medication eg: worming tablets. I'm a very clever girl also, and also like to get my own way and also like to have the best sleeping place. When it is cold I like to crawl into peoples clothing to keep warm you can see how cute I look in the picture of me I had climbed into a lovely warm wool shirt, and had my picture taken.

Jessica has been in foster care since 09 August 2011, for 5.6 years



DSH - female - 5 years and 5 months

Sasha is a beautifully natured cat who loves to follow you around and is very smoochy.

She is however very timid with any strangers who visit.

Sasha was hand raised with her 2 brothers after her mum left the 3 of them when they were 10 days old.

She is more interested in being with people than with other cats, even though she gets along extremely well with other cats and our large dogs.

Sasha will need a reasonable amount of time to settle in if you think she is the one you want to live with your family.

Her brothers took some time to settle in to their new homes and are doing extremely well and Sasha should also prove to be a wonderful companion if she is given the time to adjust to a new environment.

**Thanks to S.Barnett for sponsorshing Sasha's desexing**

Sasha has been in foster care since 20 September 2012, for 4.5 years



DSH - female - 5 years

Skitter is a sleek and stunning girl. She was born outside and as a result was quite standoffish but after some months of watching her siblings get lots of strokes and affection she has realised it's rather nice. Maturity has taught her that we humans are quite acceptable really, to the extent that she now even suffers my 3 year old picking her up. However, she's a cat for a dedicated cat lover, she will need a lot of encouragement and patience if she is to learn how to use the litter tray and to continue to become less timid. Possibly being in an environment where she is not with several other cats stealing all the limelight might help. She's a smart cat, very self sufficient, and enjoys lots of outside time. She has quite a loud miaow, though she only seems to talk when she needs your help or wants to go outside.

Skitter comes desexed with all her vet work done.



DSH - female - 5 years and 4 months

Cherry is a very friendly girl as she gets to know you - once that purr motor starts it keeps going and going!

Cherry is a gentle and loving girl; she loves cuddles and will keep you company all day if allowed, by following you around and talking in little trills and meows. She can also be both playful and cheeky.

She has a gorgeously thick soft coat and beautiful markings. Cherry is fine with other cats and is happy to be around our cat-friendly dogs. She uses the scratching posts provided and is very clean with her litter tray.

Although she can be shy with new people and surroundings, Cherry blossoms once she knows and trusts you - so much so that she now loves to nibble on our fingers and toes!! She is such a lovely girl that just needs that bit of extra time.

Cherry is looking for an indoor home with a loving family who will make it easy for her to settle in. The family can include another cat-friendly pet.
You are welcome to visit Cherry, who is located at Mount Annan.

Cherry is microchipped, and de-sexed.

Cherry has been in foster care since 30 January 2013, for 4.1 years



DSH - female - 4 years and 3 months

Why has the beautiful Jaffa still not found a home?? She's been in carer since she was 6 weeks old and has been with her foster carer since. Contact us if you can give Jaffa that permanent home she deserves.

Jaffa currently lives with two other cats and gets on well with them. Jaffa loves to play outside during the day. She is adventurous and curious and friendly. She loves to sleep on our bed each night making sure her head is laying on one of our legs. Jaffa is shy around other people but very secure with her foster family. She would suit a couple or single person without children. She loves to be patted and sits on our lap when we pick her up and put her there. She is a sweet little thing with a cheeky attitude.

Jaffa has been in foster care since 30 January 2013, for 4.1 years



DSH - male - 4 years and 3 months

Pic's is a lovely large tabby boy. He loves human companionship, sleeps at the foot of his foster carer bed every night and will snuggle next to you on the lounge.
Piccolo doesn't mind other cats so could go to a multi cat household or be adopted with any of his current feline siblings. He still enjoys playing and will have his crazy cat moment every few days. He also enjoys to chase shoes laces around if engaged in games.
Piccy has a few outstanding health condition (luxating patella's and a heart murmur) this can discuss with his foster carer on enquiry. However this is not affecting him at this stage.
He is only needy when it comes to food as he thinks he is always hungry. He will come across a little shy at first however is not a shy cat.
Piccolo is looking forward to meeting you and available to come on a trial, with the agreement he is welcome back to his current carer is things do not work out.
When you come to meet him, he probably won’t be super welcoming, although it will not take me long to transition to a new house and human friends.

**Piccolo has had a few medical issues while in care including a blocked urinary tract. His vet fees have come to just over $1,000. If you can assist with a donation to help us cover these additional costs please see below for details.**

Piccolo has been in foster care since 07 March 2013, for 4 years



Domestic Short Hair - female - 4 years and 4 months

Alina is a beautiful girl who was Rescued from Death Row with her 6 kittens. She came into care extremely underweight but has now gained back her condition and is looking great!

Alina needs a home with no dogs as she is scared of mine, she is a nice girl who would also like to have an indoor / outdoor home. She is available to go to her home now so if you think she would fit in with you please email us.

Located in Windsor NSW area.

Alina has been in foster care since 16 November 2013, for 3.3 years



DSH - female - 3 years and 6 months

I have such a sweet nature and will show you how much I love you by rubbing up against your feet every which way I can, the second you get home and take your shoes off. In fact, I must confess that I have a massive foot fetish! Feet, socks and shoes. I love them. And the stinkier the better. I’ll give you a foot massage at the end of a long day, or you can just let me stick my head inside your runners after a workout!

I’m a young lady, but I’ve been looking for love for a long time - two and a half years in fact. That’s almost my whole life.

My brother and I were found in a box at the back of a car park. We were just tiny kittens then, and I’ve since blossomed into a wonderful cat - beautiful and friendly. I’ve loved staying with my wonderful foster carer, but it’s high time I found a home to call my very own.

I love giving attention, but I can be a little shy about receiving it. Let’s lay on the couch together - I’ll nudge and purr, you just sit back and enjoy.

My bucket list: To be queen of my very own castle. I do love to perch myself up high and watch all the goings on.

My ideal match: A home where I can be free to do my own thing, and get plenty of attention at a time and in a manner of my choosing. I’d really prefer all your love to myself. I think after my rough start in life I deserve to be spoiled. So a home without other pets, or very young children would be ideal.

I’ve got a great appetite, am toilet trained and ready for a loving forever home. If you can offer me a forever home please call or email to arrange a meeting at Redfern.

Claire has been in foster care since 28 November 2013, for 3.3 years