Animals in our care

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Floki

Floki

Domestic Short Hair - male - 2 years and 3 months

Floki will be your best friend. Full of life and love he just wants to be cuddled and petted as often as possible.

He is however fine being by himself also and very well behaved.

He is a gorgeous black cat with a big personality.

Dislikes storms will hide under the bed but everything else he is fearless and his curious nature is strong! Beautiful boy who will be the happiest curled up in bed watching tv with you.

Floki will have up to date vaccinations and recent vet visit before being handed to new owner

No Medical History to Disclose

Behaviour notes:
Is very well behaved unless scared which we will try to scratch or bite to get away from the perceived threat

Is he Ok around Kids?
Hasn't really encountered them

Is he OK around other animals?
Other cats possibly. Dogs no

Litter Trained = yes

He was originally adopted through DCH in May 2017 but now needs to find a new home as the owner is moving to a place with someone with a cat allergy so unfortunately Floki needs a new home.

Gracie

Gracie

Domestic Short Hair - female - 1 year and 4 months

Gracie is a sweet little lady who hasn’t had the greatest start to life.

She started off the first year of her life on a chicken farm in a cat colony and not knowing where her next meal might come from.

Fast forward a few weeks and Gracie being in private care, we have found that she is a lovely smoochie girl who loves a chin rub or head pat, so much so that sometimes she will start to drool and need at the ground.

She is still fairly unsure of humans but is very interested in furry friends.

She will best suit a quiet home with a family that understands where she has come from and that she needs time to open up.

Gracie is microchipped, desexed, wormed, flea treated and has had her 1st F3 vaccination.

Whoopie

Whoopie

Domestic Short Hair - female - 3 months and 3 weeks

Whoopie has been raised in foster care from a very young age, with her siblings Kingston, Smudge, Oreo, Monte and TicToc. Whoopie is the runt of the litter, but as they say, she is tiny but mighty.

Being the runt of the litter Whoopie has taken a little longer than her siblings to grow, but that hasn't stopped her making her presence know. Whoopie is happy to rampage with her siblings or the much larger foster cats in the home and is even happy to take on the resident dog when she is in the mood. Whoopie loves a cuddle, belly rub or chin scratch and sleeps on her foster mums pillow of a night – she is also a great little eater.

Whoopie is fully litter trained and has been fostered alongside her 5 siblings, 2 dogs and multiple older cats, and is comfortable with them all.

Whoopie’s adoption includes desexing, microchipping and her vaccinations while in care and she will be up to date with both worm and flea treatments when adopted.

Whoopie is available for adoption and she is available to meet now at her foster home in Bligh Park.

Whoopie has been in foster care since 25 April 2019, for 1 month

Sunday and Holly

Sunday and Holly

DSH - female - 6 months and 4 weeks

Available separately or as a pair. These siblings have been around people since they were born but have mostly lived outside with their mother. I have been working really hard to socialise them and they are coming along really well, however may need some extra time to adjust to a house. They come in and stay the night and are very affectionate now.

They use a litter tray, and mostly pretty good with that.

I would love to see them go to a loving home! They are such lovely natured little ones!

Sunday and Holly each come vaccinated, microchipped and desexed.

Gage

Gage

DSH - male - 3 months and 1 weeks

Updated

Gage was unwell and very tiny at 4 weeks, when he came into DCH care with his sister, Georgie, but he is now very healthy (and wormed, vaccinated & desexed), and ready to find his Forever Family.

With his little white sox and rather extravagant whiskers, Gage is extremely cute! This little guy is also very excitable and he sometimes jumps straight up in the air as he walks when he's very happy. Gage currently lives with 8 x other foster kittens and gets on with all of them.

Gage is very affectionate and will try to climb up my arm for cuddles if I reach down to pick something up. He has also got a very croaky little meow for attention, which works very well! I have found him to be an excellent neck warmer as the weather gets cold and he doesn't hesitate to nudge his way into the best spot on my lap even if it is already occupied!

Gage can be a little startled by loud noises at first, but he recovers quickly as his curiosity gets the better of him

Please drop in to the store or contact PETSTOCK PENRITH 02 4761 0536, if you would like to meet this beautiful boy!

Gage has been in foster care since 30 April 2019, for 1 month

Georgie

Georgie

DSH - female - 3 months and 1 weeks

Updated

Georgie was unwell and very tiny at 4 weeks, when she came into DCH care with her brother, Gage, but she is now very healthy (and wormed, vaccinated & desexed), and ready to find her Forever Family.

This little girl has loads of personality once she gets to know you but is still a bit shy when you first meet her. Georgie is a tiny little black beauty with intense, big golden eyes.

In just over a month, Georgie has changed into such an affectionate girl who enjoys being picked up for cuddles and seeks out my lap anytime I sit down. Georgie is also very playful and enjoys chasing the toy mouse and ambushing her brother Gage in the cat tunnel. She gets on well with other cats and foster kittens and happily curls up with them to sleep.

Georgie will be a lovely little companion and will only become more and more affectionate as she gets to know you.

Please drop in to the store or contact PETSTOCK PENRITH 02 4761 0536, if you would like to meet Georgie!

Georgie has been in foster care since 30 April 2019, for 1 month

Douglas

Douglas

DSH - male - 3 months and 4 weeks

Little Douglas ....what can i say , quite possibly one of the most beautiful kittens I have had the pleasure of fostering. He is a quite little guy who loves to have a good rumble with his brother Kevin who is also ready for adoption. Once Douglas gets to know you his motor starts going when you pat him.

Douglas has been raised in a household with 3 dogs and 3 adult cats , he is fine with all of them.

Douglas would suit a household with adults and older respectful children.

Douglas can use the litter tray and he does love his food .He has had his first vaccination has been flea and worm treated and had been micro chipped.His adoption fee will cover his desexing when he is old enough at one of DCH's approved vets.

Douglas is an awesome little guy and he is going to grow into one stunning cat.

Douglas has been in foster care since 30 April 2019, for 1 month

Pennywise

Pennywise

Staffy X - female - 6 months

Pennywise loves everybody, loves to run, play fetch with a stick, cuddles.

Name - PennyWise
Staffy X
DOB 13/12/2018
Female, (Desexing Procedure to be completed)

Originally obtained from a "breeder" and around 8 weeks of age. Has been surrendered into DCH care 4/5 to be rehomed due to neighbourhood issues at home and unfortunately Pennywise needs a new home.

No health or Behaviour issues disclosed by the previous owner who describes her as okay with kids and other animals.

While Penny (for short) has been in foster care she has been living with four other dogs and gets on great with those dogs. She is super friendly with everyone she meets and with other dogs.

Although only 5 months old she is already a medium size dog and I expect she will be slightly bigger than a labrador when fully grown but only half the weight.

She is a quick learner and bonds very quickly with her human family. She comes when called and sits for her meals. Of course she is still a puppy so she has all the traits of a puppy and needs ongoing training.

She is a wonderfully dog, easy going and very loving and would make a great family pet or a companion for another dog. Because she is such a large puppy I would not recommend her for anyone with very young children.

Not available for rehoming until June but expressions of interest are welcome.

Pennywise has been in foster care since 04 May 2019, for 1 month

Winter

Winter

Siberian Husky - female - 7 years and 1 month

Winter is a beautiful 7 year old female Siberian husky.

She has been surrended due to owner not being able to give her to the attention she needs.

Winter is a gorgeous girl who loves attention from her carers, but not necessarily younger ambitious puppies who want to play with her. She's a complete sook around humans and would happily sit by your side all day.

She's not particularly active, but gets excited when it's walk time or to go for a ride in the car. Winter is terribly overweight, so her new owner should be willing to spend the time in providing her the adequate exercise she requires, although it will be slow going, as she tires easily.

She's protective of her food and will growl if another dog goes near her food or disturbs her peace but I haven't found her to be snappy at her foster carer. She's absolutely fine at the dog park and doesn't pay attention to the other dogs, but will mostly just sit instead of running around.

She has been surrendered with Caesar, who has been with her for the past 4 years. We believe Winter can be adopted by herself, but it would be good for her to have a companion if you already have another husky or to be adopted along with Caesar.

Due to her age, Winter does have some health issues:
Arthritis. Although her weight won't help here, with exercise you may find she will improve. We've also been mixing in "Aging Dog" powder to give her the vitatmins she needs.

Fly blown ears (although this is being treated with a repellent and improvements happening).
Cloudy eyes - the vets have advised this is not cataract and whilst it looks bad, she does have great eye-sight even though it may be a bit cloudy for her.

Winter would not be suitable with a house with smaller animals such as cats, rabbits or guinea pigs.

If you would like to meet Winter, please contact us to meet the beautiful old girl.

Winter has been in foster care since 17 May 2019, for 1 month

Caesar

Caesar

Siberian Husky - male - 5 years

Caesar was surrendered to DCH, along with his husky doggy companion, Winter.

Caesar is a beautiful boy who's just had his 5th birthday.

He's active and strong, loves to go for walks and car rides. He's been OK at the dog park, but would suggest keeping him on a lead, as he does like to assert himself and sometimes he comes across extremely dominant. However, with humans, he's a complete sook.

Caesar would be suited to a home with another Husky, or to be adopted along with Winter. I believe he will fret if he does not have a doggy companion.

He will need a home that is willing to spend the time in taking him for walks and keeping his coat looking beautiful. He'd like nothing more than to probably sit at your feet all day in pure serenity though as well.

He does need to lose a little bit of weight and he's starting to look fine now that he's constantly on the move with his foster carer's dog.

He does have some training and will sit on command, but I would be cautious off lead as it may not come back when called.

Caesar has recently been desexed and his vaccinations are up to date.

If you would like to view Caesar, please do contact us to make a time to meet this beautiful boy.

Caesar has been in foster care since 17 May 2019, for 1 month