Rehomed Animals

The animals listed below have now found permanent loving new homes.

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Twinkle

Twinkle

DSH - male

Twinkle will be available for adoption early to mid December when he reaches 1kg.

Twinkle has been in care 1 week. Twinkle was handed into the vet in a box with his sisters Rascal and Jingle.

Twinkle is a very friendly kitten. He loves to explore and play and run around with his siblings.

Twinkle will be microchipped & had his 1st vaccine by the time he is ready for adoption. He is flea and worm treated. His desexing is covered under his adoption fee.

Twinkle is located in Glenmore Park
And is available to meet now. To arrange a meet and greet please contact his foster carer to arrange a time.

Twinkle was adopted on 17 December 2017 after 1 month in foster care

Rascal

Rascal

DSH - female

Rascal will be available for adoption early to mid December when
She reaches 1kg.

Rascal has been in care 1 week. Rascal was handed into the vet in a box with her siblings Twinkle and Jingle.

Rascal is a very friendly kitten. She loves to explore and play and run around with her siblings.

Rascal will be microchipped & will have had her 1st vaccine by the time she is ready for adoption. She is flea and worm treated. Her desexing is covered under her adoption fee.

Rascal is located in Glenmore Park. To arrange a meet and greet please contact her foster carer to arrange a time.

Rascal was adopted on 17 December 2017 after 1 month in foster care

Patch

Patch

Domestic Short Hair - male

Patch has come into foster care as a surrender with his 3 brothers and is now looking for a new home. Patch has come from a loving family home and has had a good environment.

Patch was the first to explore the new toys on offer and has taking quickly to learning to chase the mechanical toy around his foster home. He is quick to find a perch on the couch and loves attention.

He has been microchipped, vaccinated, wormed and flea treated. He will be desexed prior to being adopted.

He is currently in the Quakers Hill area. Please contact us for more information or to arrange to visit him.

Patch was adopted on 17 December 2017 after 2 weeks in foster care

Murphy

Murphy

DSH - female

Murphy is a gorgeous little girl who is 8 weeks old now and ready to fly the nest. Murphy is from a litter of 3 girls so her sisters Maisie and Marley are also ready to leave Mum.
Murphy is playful, loving and will purr all day, she will fit right into any type of home as long as theirs some love for her.
Murphy is a happy, healthy kitty who deserves a forever home.

Murphy was adopted on 17 December 2017 after 2 weeks in foster care

Silvio

Silvio

Domestic Short Hair - male

Silvio has come into foster care as a surrender with his 3 brothers and is now looking for a new home. Silvio has come from a loving family home and has had a good environment.

Silvio is the quietest of all the brothers and the last to try something new but once he has started playing he is quite at home.

He has been microchipped, vaccinated, wormed and flea treated. He will be desexed prior to being adopted.

He is currently in the Quakers Hill area. Please contact us for more information or to arrange to visit him.

Silvio was adopted on 16 December 2017 after 2 weeks in foster care

Freddy

Freddy

Domestic Short Hair - male

Freddy has come into foster care as a surrender with his 3 brothers and is now looking for a new home. Freddy has come from a loving family home and has had a good environment.

Freddy is a talkative kitten always first to call out for attention when you leave the room or he can't find his brothers.

He has been microchipped, vaccinated, wormed and flea treated. He will be desexed prior to being adopted.

He is currently in the Quakers Hill area. Please contact us for more information or to arrange to visit him.

Freddy was adopted on 16 December 2017 after 2 weeks in foster care

Misty

Misty

DSH - male

Misty is one of 4 siblings rescued with Mum from the pound.

All four babies were sick with the cat flu but have made a full recovery.

Misty is hard to take photos of as he’s always on the move. He loves to play and fight with his siblings, especially Jatz.

He’s the smallest of the siblings, and is a bundle of energy.

He’ll be ready for adoption from early December and ready to meet families now.

His adoption fee includes microchipping, vaccines, flea and worm treatments and desexing.

If looking to adopt a pair, he gets on best with Jatz or his mum Rosie.

Misty was adopted on 14 December 2017 after 1 month in foster care

Jatz

Jatz

DSH - male

Jatz and his siblings were fostered together with his mum Rosie.

He has a calm temperament and loves to play with his siblings.

Jatz and all his siblings were sick with cat flu when at the pound but have made a full recovery.

They’re currently being fostered as indoor kittens in a home with small children and are very used to being handled.

If looking to adopt as a pair, he gets on best with his brother Misty and his mum Rosie.

Jatz was adopted on 14 December 2017 after 1 month in foster care

Buttons

Buttons

Domestic Short Hair - female

Buttons and Mittens are 2 lovely kittens who have really bonded together.
They love attention and human company and love to play chase with each other.
We would like to see Buttons and Mittens rehomed together.

They were rescued from a Western Suburbs pound as orphans at around 3.5 weeks old. They have been great little kittens to raise and have been good company. They are now looking for their forever home.

They have been 1st Vaccinated, Microchipped, Wormed, Flea treated. They will be desexed as part of the adoption agreement once at an appropriate weight and size at a specified vet clinic.

Buttons and Mittens are available for viewing at the PETstock store in Penrith in the old Masters building.

Buttons was adopted on 11 December 2017 after 1 month in foster care

Mittens

Mittens

Domestic Short Hair - female

Buttons and Mittens are 2 lovely kittens who have really bonded together.
They love attention and human company and love to play chase with each other.
We would like to see Buttons and Mittens rehomed together.

They were rescued from a Western Suburbs pound as orphans at around 3.5 weeks old. They have been great little kittens to raise and have been good company. They are now looking for their forever home.

They have been 1st Vaccinated, Microchipped, Wormed, Flea treated. They will be desexed as part of the adoption agreement once at an appropriate weight and size at a specified vet clinic.

Buttons and Mittens are available for viewing at the PETstock store in Penrith in the old Masters building.

Mittens was adopted on 11 December 2017 after 1 month in foster care