Animals in our care

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Camden

Camden

Domestic Short Hair - female - 3 years and 7 months

Abandoned and rescued as a shy one year old, Camden has grown into a beautiful young adult with striking markings. Needing less attention now she is no longer a kitten, Camden may well fit in with a working person or couple, as easily as she could love an entire family.

Camden loves treats, and sleeping in her little pot with her baby beanie boo possum. She can be shy, but loves affection when she’s in the zone! She likes plenty of cuddles and loves to have a good belly rub, as well as playing, laying in the sun, and chasing things. Oh, and she has a great appetite.

Camden’s speciality is head butting and purring, and she really enjoys being with her human foster family. But, now she really would like to have her own family, so that in a short time this little girl can love you unconditionally.

Camden is already de-sexed, and is up to date on all her vet requirements.

If you’d like to arrange to meet Camden at her Narellan foster home, please contact her carer, Christine - on 0413 317 481.

Camden has been in foster care since 07 September 2016, for 2.8 years

Jack and Jake

Jack and Jake

DSH - male - 2 years and 6 months

Twins Jack and Jake are very easy-going, relaxed cats that would easily fit into most homes.

Both love to play, and they are great with big and small dogs, their cat-mates and the rabbit they currently live with in foster care. In fact they are currently inducting two new foster kittens into the correct way to become cat purrfection. They do enjoy their supervised outdoor time as well as chilling with their humans.

Jack and Jake have been with their foster carer since they were bottle fed after being abandoned around 2 weeks old. As a result, they are very fond of each other, and would definitely prefer a furever home together.

As kittens, both had issues with their eyes, mainly due to ingrowing lashes. They do both need a family who can commit to cleaning their eyes and adding moisturising eyedrops twice a day to keep them comfortable. They are both totally relaxed and used to this routine.


It is still possible that Jack may need further vetinerary treatment, but we are hoping Jake may be fine given the daily attention. Clearly this extra care does require a special and loving person. If you think this may be you, please contact Jake and Jack’s carer, Jasmin - on 0424 738 236 - to arrange a meet and greet at their foster home.

They have already been de-sexed, microchipped, and their vaccinations are up to date. The adoption price for these two lovely boys has been reduced, due to their medical issues, to only $50 for the pair.

***many thanks go to David and Michael who have helped contribute to Jacks additional vet fees, we have still spent an additional $900 on vet fees and sponsorship help would be very appreciated.***

Jack and Jake has been in foster care since 15 January 2017, for 2.4 years

Josie

Josie

Quarter Horse Mare - female - 7 years and 5 months

Josie is a lovely young mare, with a quiet nature and an extreme love of food – she needs an experienced owner to keep her roaring appetite in check as she is a very, very good doer!

She has only recently begun her riding career so will need someone to take her further. She has the making of a great all-rounder with the build to make someone a really athletic mount after some further training.

Josie is great to catch, rug, worm, shoe, trim and get her teeth done. She does need some further reassurance that the horse float is not a scary monster that will eat her.

Her current foster parent has only had her for a few weeks but she has shown herself to be a good, solid girl with the potential to be a great riding partner to someone with the experience to further her lessons.

Josie has been in foster care since 17 January 2018, for 1.3 years

Penny

Penny

dsh - female - 1 year and 3 months

Penny's personality is the most gentle I've ever come across in a kitty. Even though she has been with us for only a short time, she purrs very fast and very loudly when picked up. She is generally shy with new people though, so her furever family may have to give her a couple of weeks to settle, to allow her to gain the confidence that she's safe and loved. Penny does love playing with toys, and happily eats whatever cat food is on offer.

Although she doesn’t realise it herself, Penny walks with a very unusual gait. (See Video). After a thorough vet check-up, including x-rays, the vet has ruled out any problems with her bones and joints. Instead the vet thinks it may be neurological, and in any event, thankfully, it causes no pain and Penny is perfectly happy the way she is!

Penny does have strength in those back legs, as she loves to stand up on them so she can see what might be of interest up the bench - taking her full body weight. Fortunately, she hasn’t learnt yet to jump up on the furniture, but ,when she decides to chase her feline foster friends, Penny just launches herself straight at them from her sleeping position.

Penny has enjoyed being an indoor kitty to date, and because she doesn’t realise her legs won’t run fast enough to get away from dangerous situations, her new furever home must also be indoors. She does love her cat buddies, and is also living harmoniously with her carer’s large cat friendly dogs, so a family (be it large, a couple or a single person) with existing potential playmates may well find her a wonderful companion. Because Penny is very gentle, however, any animal friends should not play rough.

Penny is microchipped, and her vaccinations are up to date. Her adoption fee includes de-sexing.

If you would like to meet this special kitty at her foster home in Glenhaven , please call her carer Jeni to arrange a time.

Penny has been in foster care since 20 July 2018, for 10 months

Cash

Cash

Staffy X Great Dane X Border C - male - 1 year and 1 month

Hello everyone, my name is Cash and I have just turned 1! I am a crossbreed boy who is a mix of Staffy, Border Collie and Great Dane. We didn't know if Great Dane was true but I've grown into a big boy, so I think it must be! I have grown up with other dogs, cats and kittens so I'm totally happy with all of them, and I'm really gentle and love love! I'm also super loyal and super smart. But with big does come strong, and so I do need help controlling my energy, sadly this is my flaw, so my new home would be best not to have young children, and even better if you have another dog! It really makes me feel just next level awesome to have another dog around me, so that would be wonderful.
I'm all up-to-date on all my vet work, and I'm super healthy, I'd really love to meet you if you think I could join your family! Please call Rod, my coordinator, on 0418 239763 if you'd like to say hi! Bye for now, love Cash.

Cash has been in foster care since 25 July 2018, for 10 months

Penny

Penny

Domestic Short Hair - female - 3 years

Penny is a very special lady. She came into our care around 7 months ago when found abandoned in a cage together with her tiny babies. A great mum to her own kittens, Ivy and Rosebud, she took up the challenge her carer offered – to feed and nurture 7 other stray kittens at the same time!

After this heroic effort, and with all 9 kittens fully grown, we feel it’s time for this lovely kitty to be rewarded with being thoroughly spoilt by her own furever family.

Penny is a pretty grey tortoiseshell, and still playful and inquisitive. She has proven to be a sweet and affectionate feline companion who loves spending time with her human family. Of course, she has had plenty of experience living with kittens, and another cat, but has also very happily lived alongside a dog in her foster home.

Now nearly 3 years old, Penny doesn’t require constant attention – just to be loved - so is likely to fit in with most family circumstances. She has been an indoor-only cat since she has been in our care and would prefer to stay so given her previous experience of the outdoors.

Penny is microchipped, vaccinated and de-sexed. If you would like to visit Penny in her foster home located near Windsor, please contact her carer, Debbie, on 0405 144 415.

Penny has been in foster care since 29 August 2018, for 9 months

Amelia

Amelia

Domestic Medium Hair - female - 3 years

Amelia is a beautiful girl, now coming up to 3 years old, with a lovely possum type fluffy tail. She came to us last year from a Sydney pound shortly after having kittens, but, sadly, her kittens were not brought in with her.

Amelia was a scared little girl when she arrived, but has always purred well, and loves pats – she just tells you when she’s had enough! She does currently prefer being with the other cats she’s in care with, so her new owners may need to be patient as she settles back in to the life she deserves.

An indoor-only cat, Amelia would suit a single or couple, or a family with older children. As a young adult, she is beyond kitten stage so is quite independent and needs less playtime than a young kitty. We have noticed she didn’t take to the carer’s dog.

Amelia arrived with cat flu which has been treated with medication; she has now received two F3 vaccinations. She is also microchipped, wormed and de-sexed.

If you would like to meet Amelia, at her Quakers Hill foster home, Please contact her carer, Ben. You will be able to get to know and play with Amelia. There a variety of other felines you can visit there too!

Amelia has been in foster care since 12 September 2018, for 9 months

Tiny

Tiny

Mixed breed - mare - 13 years and 2 months

Tiny is a red roan, approx 13.3 hh.
She has been through a lot: starvation, abuse and neglect. Happily, she has blossomed in DCH's care, and will continue to gain trust in people in the right home.

Tiny has loads of personality! She is very smart and will learn quickly from a patient, kind and understanding handler. She can be a bit feisty in the paddock and is dominant with other horses and around food.

Tiny is very inquisitive, and is now good to catch, groom and worm. Hoof trimming is still a bit difficult. Tiny suffers from QLD itch and would benefit from living in an itch free area (not coastal).
 

Tiny has been in care for over a year. She requires an experienced home to further her education.

 

 

 

Tiny has been in foster care since 07 October 2018, for 8 months

Roo

Roo

Cattle x Kelpie - male - 11 months

Roo is a high energy dog who would do best going to someone with space for him to run around and with someone who is an experienced dog owner.

I’d imagine he would make a great working dog if someone were to teach him the ropes as he loves to run and is very instinctual.

Roo is an absolute goof-ball and provides endless giggles! He loves to play fetch tho is not very good an bringing things back and is always up for a game of tug (but watch your fingers!).

He plays well will other dogs but can often be too rough and boisterous for the little ones.

He is house trained and knows basic commands (sit, stay, leave it, lie down, shake, on your mat, come).
He walks well on lead but sometimes jumps up and grabs the lead to play tug and it can be difficult to get him to stop.

This ball of energy loves a cuddle and is extremely affectionate and loyal. He is also used to living inside with the family and quickly becomes your second shadow.

House Trained: Yes

Behaviour around other animals: OK with animals generally but can be to rough for smaller dogs.

Behaviour with Kids: Jumps on them but eventually settles

General Behavioural Issues: Gets over excited and can be nippy. Jumps on people to greet in particular children. Additional training should help.

Vaccinated: Yes

Desexed: Yes

Abby (Einstein)

Abby (Einstein)

DSH - female - 8 months and 3 weeks

Abby was found as a little kitten behind a warehouse together with 3 siblings, but no mother. She has proved to be a very smart, outgoing little girl ever since she came into care, so we just had to nickname her Einstein.

Abby is certainly the most adventurous of the 4 siblings, caring for and leading her little brothers around. She lives very harmoniously with a further half dozen kittens care, and has also had exposure to a Kelpie dog - under supervision.

Quiet and uncomplaining, Abby can be a little shy at the start, but becomes ultra smoochie once she has time to know people. She has a very sweet nature and loves to sleep on her carer’s bed at night.

An indoor-only kitty, Abby is very happy with her humans and her furry friends. She will be a delightful addition to her new furever family.

Abby is microchipped, vaccinated and de-sexed.

Please text or call her carer, Karen to arrange to visit Abby at her foster home in Hoxton Park.

We are also looking for sponsorship for Abby because her treatment for an infected cyst resulted in vet costs of $350. Abby has recovered fully and swiftly, with no ongoing issues.

Abby (Einstein) has been in foster care since 03 November 2018, for 7 months