Rainbow Bridge

Unfortunately, these dogs and cats didn't make it. Hopefully they are now running happily over the rainbow bridge.

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Timmy

Timmy

cross breed - male

Timmy is a gentle, submissive and incredibly sweet baby. This poor little fellow has survived untold horrors in his short life and has a scar to prove it. It goes across his chest and criss crosses across his back. You can only see on his back his fur grows a funny way where the scar is, the scar is more obvious on his chest but not unsightly and will likely become fainter as he grows. Despite his previous lack of care and cruelty he is just such an adorable beautiful natured boy. I sit with him and rub his belly and he lays or sits beside me and just soaks it all up. I have had him in the house with me for portions of the day and he's very well behaved for such a young puppy. Sometimes i will have to go looking for him and find him asleep in the laundry basket lol. Mostly he stays by my feet. Timmy is special baby who deserves a loving forever home who will treasure him untill the end of his days. Could you be his special person?

Pookie

Pookie

cross breed - female

Pookie is the most outgoing puppy in her litter. She's playful and loves to run with the big dogs in her yard. She's the first to respond when called and she just loves other dogs. She would be a great second dog, or as an only dog provided she had adequate time with her human family and stimulation ect. Pookie loves being patted and like all of her siblings she is good around children. She's a funny little chook allways with an inquisitive expression on her face and ever ready for cuddles. We are unsure as to what her breed mix but are told her mum was a red cattle dog (posibly x) so it's difficult to say how big she will grow. She does not have heavy bone structure so she shouldn't grow to be a large dog.

Lily

Lily

Cattle/Kelpie x mastiff? - female

Lily is aptly named.. cos she is the 'lil' one... (well in this litter that is) She is the runt of the litter and is her colouring is brindle all over with chocolate brown eyes.. She is a cheeky little one and cluey too.. Lily is growing into a lovely affectionate young pup and is extremely clever and witty.. She will need good high fencing, preferably colourbond or paling fencing, as she has the ability and agility to climb. She is obviously a quick learner, with a cheeky little glint in her eye.. and appears to almost have a sense of humour. She will need to have a home where her playful, cheekiness is appreciated, and where people will be accepting that if they leave things she might like to 'play' with, within her reach.. that she probably will play with them.. She loves pats and cuddles, playing with her toys and she enjoys the company of other dogs. She appears to have mastiff in her parenting along with the cattle/kelpie from her mum, however being the runt she will not be anywhere as big as her brothers. She quite a leggy little lady and has the characteristic Kelpie head tilt which she obviously inherited from her mum Sharla.

Carvin

Carvin

Cattle x Staffy - male

Little Carvin died on 26/11/07 after a long struggle with a gastro bug. RIP little man!

Carvin

is the most staffy like of the 4 looks-wise. He is a sweet little man, who is almost humble in his nature. He has beautiful brindle patches on both his eyes, a pretty blue cattle body with a black dot at the base of his tail. Like his brother's and sister Carvin also likes to snuggle up for a cuddle anytime he can.

Sam

Sam

DSH - male

Sam had found his forever home when adopted by his carer only 2 months ago. Unfortunately due to a tragic incident Sam is now over the rainbow bridge. RIP Sam!

This is Sam, he is a very pretty cream colour, he was found dumped in the National Park, he is a very friendly boy

Otis

Otis

DSH - male

Otto is a very sociable boy. He is extremely friendly and just loves everybody.

Jake

Jake

TB x QH

laid to rest 2/3/07

Jake is a beautiful horse who is in great condition. He is currently being used as a pleasure horse, however he needs an experienced rider with lots of time to retrain him and help him understand or is best suited to being a companion horse. No beginners or kids. He has a unique temperament that needs a capable person to understand and handle him.He can be used as a lead line horse but can not be ridden independently by kids. Jake does not have long left, so if you are a capable person who is in a position to give him a good retirement home, please don't hesitate to call or email at any time.

He is available on a free lease arrangement or POA sale to the right home. Jake is located near Chapman in Canberra.

Teddy

Teddy

Ragdoll - male

Sadly Teddy was discovered to have an intestinal tumour. Surgery was done to investigate and possibly remove the tumour but sadly it turned out to be too large, and had already spread throughout his body.

Teddy is just that... a big Teddy Bear !! He is very laid back and placid. He is very friendly loves people and is very cuddly and smoochy. he likes to follow you around and rub against your legs. He is great to groom and just lays there purring. He settles in quickly and easily into new environments. He requires a home where he will be kept indoors only and needs to be brushed once to twice a week. He is fine with other cats and not phased by dogs. He is a big handsome boy with stunning blue eyes.

Sebastian

Sebastian

DMH - male

Sadly Sebastian was PTS on 27/8/07 with FIP

Very handsome big boy. He is cuddly and nice natured and a delight to have around. Sebastian is very easy to handle and would fit easily into most households. With his gorgeous good looks and affectionate, winning personality he is just a lovely all round cat and a joy to have around.

Olivia

Olivia

Blue Cattle Dog - female

Poor little Olivia died of unknown causes 19/1/07

Olivia is an amazing pup. Brave and adaptable she loves to play and hang out with her older foster brothers (cattle crosses) and is very keen to learn the ropes from them. She comes when her name is called and responds to whistles. She is great off lead, very happy to explore but always checks where you and the other dogs are, and rounds them up if they leave the flock. She is happy to sleep anywhere, enjoys her food and doesn't mind getting wet near the creek. Olivia also settles nicely inside.