Rehomed Cats

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

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Susie

Susie

Unknown - female

Susie loves to sleep and when shes not sleeping shes playing with her brothers and sisters, Susie loves to jump in with playtime and loves her food.
Susie due to have her vaccinations and to be desexed within the next couple of weeks and will be ready to go his forever home after this time.

Enquiries welcome now.

Susie was adopted on 31 March 2023 after 3 months in foster care

Bessie

Bessie

Unknown - female

Bessie is a quiet shy girl, but when that toy on the stick comes out, shes ready to pounce and jump up to any lengths to catch it. Bessie a sweet girl who would brighten up a home with other pets. Bessie is due to have her vaccinations and to be desexed within the next couple of weeks and will be ready to go his forever home after this time.

Enquiries welcome now.

Bessie was adopted on 31 March 2023 after 3 months in foster care

Blizzard

Blizzard

DSH - male

I came into care from the local animal Shelter with my 3 siblings.

I am very friendly, confident and love pats and to play with my toys. I love lots of cuddles and am very affectionate. I am a lap cat. I Love kids also. I get on fine with the resident cats and the dog. If you are looking for your best friend, then I am the kitty you are looking for.

I am desexed, flea and worm treated, microchipped and vaccinated.

I am seeking an owner who will provide me with an Indoor only home.

I am ready to adopt now.

For expressions of interest please contact my foster carer Via email only.

Blizzard was adopted on 28 March 2023 after 4 months in foster care

Snuffles

Snuffles

DSH - female

Snuffles came into care at around 10 days old from the local animal shelter with her two brothers, Domino and Sealy.

Snuffles is the tiny girl of her family, and at almost 16 weeks old she has just hit the 1 kg mark (the target weight of a kitten half her age). While she might be tiny Snuffles is mighty and has fought valiantly to survive.
Snuffles loves people and loves attention, and the more you pat and lover on her the more she demands, loves being picked up and cuddled, and plays well with other kittens and cats and doesn't mind cohabitating with the resident dogs and bunny.

While Snuffles love her foster mum and foster siblings, she has been raised in a single human household so may require sometime to become conformable with strangers and children, however when she had a sleepover with her foster-grandparents she demanded love almost immediately.

Snuffles got her name as she has fought a runny nose her whole life, and may require continued medical support – however this hasn’t stopped her appetite, her playfulness or her sassy attitude.

While Snuffles has had access to an external cat run, for her own safety Snuffles has been raised as internal cat and would be looking for a forever home that offers the same security.

Snuffles has been desexed, mircochipped and had her first kitten vaccinations – her new family will be responsible for completing her kitten vaccinations. Snuffles is also litter trained and will be up to date with her parasite protection.

Snuffles is ready to adopt now and a meet and greet can be arranged at her foster home located in Bligh Park.

As we receive a lot of enquiries for our kittens, please include relevant details about yourself and your home/other pets, to be considered.

If you are renting, please ensure that you have approval for a cat BEFORE you lodge interest.

You must be over 18yrs old and an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident to adopt an animal from DCH.

Snuffles was adopted on 26 March 2023 after 2 weeks in foster care

Sealy

Sealy

DSH - male

Sealy came into care at around 10 days old from the local animal shelter with his brother and sister, Domino and Snuffles.

Sealy is the big boy of his family, with absolutely gorgeous colouring and markings on his coat, and pale blue eyes. Sealy doesn’t mind being picked up and cuddled, he loves receiving some love, pats and plays well with other kittens and cats and doesn't mind cohabitating with the resident dogs and bunny.

While Sealy love his foster mum and foster siblings, he has been raised in a single human household so may require sometime to become conformable with strangers and children, but once comfortable he will be your loving companion for life.

Sealy has had access to an external cat run, however for his own safety Sealy has been raised as internal cat and would be looking for a forever home that offers the same security.

Sealy has been desexed, mircochipped and had his first kitten vaccinations – his new family will be responsible for completing his kitten vaccinations. Sealy is also litter trained and will be up to date with his parasite protection.

Sealy is ready to adopt now and a meet and greet can be arranged at her foster home located in Bligh Park.

As we receive a lot of enquiries for our kittens, please include relevant details about yourself and your home/other pets, to be considered.

If you are renting, please ensure that you have approval for a cat BEFORE you lodge interest.

You must be over 18yrs old and an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident to adopt an animal from DCH.

Sealy was adopted on 26 March 2023 after 2 weeks in foster care

Jocelyn

Jocelyn

Domestic Medium Hair - female

Jocelyn is a playful and wildly affectionate little girl who loves to play and cuddle especially at night in bed. She is a gorgeous and patient girls who is read to find the perfect family for her.

She may appear shy at first but is far from it, and will be eager for belly rubs and play time. She is the ideal cat to really form a connection with and you'll be able to see the love lil Jossie has for you for the rest of time if you give her a chance.

She is completely litter trained, a good eater and is socialised to other cats. She has also been vaccinated, wormed, vet checked and de-sexed and is ready to go home with you right away!

Jocelyn was adopted on 19 March 2023 after 2 months in foster care

Domino

Domino

DSH - male

Domino came into care at around 10 days old from the local animal shelter with his brother and sister, Sealy and Snuffles.

Domino is a very quiet, placid kitten who can often be found sleeping in a comfy spot or snuggled up to one of his foster siblings, however once his foster mum sits down to watch telly he is first to snuggle up to her for company. While Domino will tolerate being picked up, he loves receiving some love, pats and plays well with other kittens and cats and doesn't mind cohabitating with the resident dogs and bunny.

While Domino love his foster mum and foster siblings, he has been raised in a single human household so may require sometime to become conformable with strangers and children, but once comfortable he will be your loving companion for life.

Domino has had access to an external cat run, however for his own safety Domino has been raised as internal cat and would be looking for a forever home that offers the same security.

Domino has been desexed, mircochipped and had his first kitten vaccinations – his new family will be responsible for completing his kitten vaccinations. Domino is also litter trained and will be up to date with his parasite protection.

Domino is ready to adopt now and a meet and greet can be arranged at her foster home located in Bligh Park.

As we receive a lot of enquiries for our kittens, please include relevant details about yourself and your home/other pets, to be considered.

If you are renting, please ensure that you have approval for a cat BEFORE you lodge interest.

You must be over 18yrs old and an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident to adopt an animal from DCH.

Domino was adopted on 18 March 2023 after 4 days in foster care

Missy

Missy

Domestic Short Hair - female

Missy has entered care after being rescued from the local pound. She is a shy, sweet girl that will thrive in a quieter household with a loving, patient family that will give her the time to come out of her shell. Missy likes carrying her toys in her mouth and taking them to her bed.

Missy is litter-trained, microchipped and has received her 1st kitten vaccination. She will be desexed on the 2nd March. Please contact her foster carer if you'd like to meet Missy. She is available to go to her new home now.

Missy was adopted on 17 March 2023 after 1 month in foster care

Oliver Brown (or OB, or Mr Brown)

Oliver Brown (or OB, or Mr Brown)

domestic short hair - male

Oliver Brown came into care as a stray. He was living in the bushes near a shopping center, competing for food amongst other stray cats and ibis's. He stood out due to his highly friendly nature and would approach and beg for food while the others would run and hide. Woefully thin when he first came into care, he has since started to put some weight on and his coat is starting to become shiny and fuller.

He has beautiful green eyes with an usual swirly pattern to his strips, loves warming himself in front of the fire or in the sunlight, loves to sit on your lap for pats and sleep on your bed at night.

He's an extremely affectionate male. He's been desexed, microchipped, vaccinated and had his health check. He's fully litter trained and not fussy with his food.

He is at the moment still very food focused and does run around your feet when he notices you head towards a food source such as the fridge or kitchen.

He gets along with small and medium dogs, loves his cat scratch post and is very food oriented.

He's currently an indoor cat.

If you are looking for a very friendly, easy going pet, he's your man!

Oliver Brown (or OB, or Mr Brown) was adopted on 12 March 2023 after 9 months in foster care

Furrari

Furrari

DSH - female

Furrari is a sweet little girl, she was only 490g when she arrived in DCH care. She has grown alot and is now ready to find her Forever Home. Furrari is just as her name suggests she is fast, fun and full of life. If you would like to give her a Forever Home please come and meet her.

Furrari is located near Windsor 2756 so please contact us to meet her!

Furrari was adopted on 06 March 2023 after 2 weeks in foster care