Rehomed Cats

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

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Charlie

Charlie

Domestic Short Hair - male

Charlie loves a good play and has a unique chatty voice. Once he decides he wants to be with you, he'll literally stalk you looking for your company. He is still getting used to being cuddled and when in the right mood, will lap it up for as long as you are prepared to give him one or just fall asleep near you.

He will be vaccinated, wormed, microchipped and desexed when appropriate as as part of the adoption.

He is currently in foster care at Glenwood, NSW. Please contact us for any further information or questions

Charlie was adopted on 23 January 2018 after 1 month in foster care

Archie

Archie

Domestic Short Hair - male

Archie was taken into care after finding himself abandoned with his brother and sister. He is an energetic and playful kitten. Archie is very affectionate and loves snuggling and smooching with his humans.

Archie gets on well with other cats and loves children of all ages.

He will come vet checked, microchipped, desexed and vaccinated (first f3)

Archie is available for adoption now and is keen to be part of loving family.

Archie was adopted on 22 January 2018 after 1 weeks in foster care

Lillie

Lillie

Domestic Short Hair - female

Lillie was born in foster care on the 9th October 2017. Her gorgeous mum Abby was heavily pregnant when she was rescued and safely delivered Lillie and her four siblings.

Lillie is a sweet girl who is more on the shy side until she gets to know you. She enjoys spending her days playing with her brothers and sisters, eating and lounging around. Lillie is very playful and would be a welcome addition to any family. She is a very beautiful torti with lovely markings.

Lillie is microchipped, wormed, vaccinated (1st f3) and will be desexed. She is ready to find a loving family to call her own.

Lillie was adopted on 20 January 2018 after 4 weeks in foster care

Oona

Oona

Domestic Short Hair - female

Oona has been surrendered into foster care to find her a new home.
She is a beautiful ginger and white kitten.
She would be perfect to adopt together with his sister Waffle.

Oona loves to play with Waffle and Twinkles and is a litter quieter than Waffle.

She has been vaccinated and Microchipped and is in good health.

Located in Quakers Hill.

Oona was adopted on 20 January 2018 after 1 month in foster care

Lacee

Lacee

Domestic Short Hair - female

Lacee has unique facial markings with a black nose and black chin. She is the quieter one out of her siblings, holding back, but when ready, she's in for the rough and tumble with her siblings and is a purr machine as well.

She will be vaccinated, wormed, microchipped and desexed when appropriate as as part of the adoption.

She is currently in foster care at Glenwood, NSW. Please contact us for any further information or questions

Lacee was adopted on 20 January 2018 after 4 weeks in foster care

Austin

Austin

Domestic Short Hair - male

Austin was born in foster care on the 9th October 2017. His gorgeous mum Abby was heavily pregnant when she was rescued and safely delivered Austin and his four siblings.

Austin is very friendly and affectionate. He enjoys spending his days playing with his four sisters, eating and lounging around. Austin is very playful and would be a welcome addition to any family. He is a handsome boy with a beautiful nature.

Austin is microchipped, wormed, vaccinated (1st f3) and desexed. He is ready to find a loving family to call his own.

Austin was adopted on 20 January 2018 after 4 weeks in foster care

Alice

Alice

Domestic Short Hair - female

Alice, Cooper and Slate has come into foster care after finding themselves at a Western Sydney Pound. They were quite wild when they arrived at the pound and had been trapped and have needed socialisation and time to get them used to human company. They have been in foster carer longer than expected as they needed time to adjust to their new lives.

They are now used to be being in a busy family home with kids and other cats.
They are independent kittens and everything has to be on their terms. They are happy for a pat and will purr quickly. They won't be lap cats although Cooper might surprise us down the track. They are scared of loud noises and anything different. A meet and greet won't show off their full personality as they will be scared of a different face as they will take a while to adjust to any new human.

Alice and Cooper are OK to be picked up for a short period however they prefer to be on the ground and will come to you when they are ready. Slate dislikes being picked up and will run and hide if he senses your trying to pick him up. However if you open a dinner tin he will come running for food. Cooper will rub on your feet and legs for attention.

When they are rehomed they will need to go to someone who can spend time with them and give them lots of attention so that they can adjust and get used to the new home and faces.

They have been given their 1st vaccinations and have been microchipped, wormed and desexed.

They are located in Acacia Gardens near Parklea.

Alice was adopted on 20 January 2018 after 1 month in foster care

Cooper

Cooper

Domestic Short Hair - male

Alice, Cooper and Slate has come into foster care after finding themselves at a Western Sydney Pound. They were quite wild when they arrived at the pound and had been trapped and have needed socialisation and time to get them used to human company. They have been in foster carer longer than expected as they needed time to adjust to their new lives.

They are now used to be being in a busy family home with kids and other cats.
They are independent kittens and everything has to be on their terms. They are happy for a pat and will purr quickly.

Cooper has progressed a lot in the last week and will now approach us and rub around our feet for pats and it starting to like being picked up. He is starting to take a fancy to pats and affection.

When they are rehomed they will need to go to someone who can spend time with them and give them lots of attention so that they can adjust and get used to the new home and faces.

They have been given their 1st vaccinations and have been microchipped, wormed and desexed.

They are located in Acacia Gardens near Parklea.

Cooper was adopted on 20 January 2018 after 1 month in foster care

Petal

Petal

general domestic medium hair - female

Petal is such a gorgeous girl. Rescued from Well Pets Vet in Nepean after her family was surrendered. All the siblings are still slowly finding their independence due to their very caring mother's presence. Approximately 7-8 weeks old Petal is beautifully marked and has a unusual colouring. Very sweet natured can be a little shy. Petal constantly plays with her siblings and is an inquisitive kitten, very curious when exploring her new surroundings. Petal is a friendly playful kitten who loves human company. All the kittens are very good with using their litter trays and are super healthy and energetic. As of the 13/12/2018 Petal will be vaccinated, micro-chipped and fully wormed and ready to leave her mother for a caring loving family or individual who will give her a forever home. She will need another two vaccinations. The second 5 weeks on from her first and the third 5 weeks from her second.
Petal will need to be de-sexed once she has reach the age of approx 16-18 weeks. De sexing costs are covered by DCH and are inclusive in the adoption fee. A broad list of vets with whom DCH are affiliated with provide the service. The list will be forwarded to your email address for your convenience.
If you are interested in adopting Petal, please contact Rod on 0418239763.
Petal is in care at Revesby NSW.

Petal was adopted on 20 January 2018 after 1 month in foster care

Shadow

Shadow

Domestic Short Hair - female

Shadow is a stunning little girl. She is full of energy and enjoys getting up to mischief and making us laugh. She LOVES company! She will follow you around for a scratch behind the ears, at every available opportunity she will climb up and sit on you (head, shoulders, legs and feet - she's not fussy), and she will sleep curled up next to your head, purring her little heart out.

Shadow has been in care since she was 5 weeks old (she is used to a busy house, with a dog). She is dainty and small for her age - having just reached 1kg, but what she lacks in stature she makes up for with her big heart and fabulous nature. She loves to play! She will happily play with a handball, tennis ball, string or your shoes.

Despite her name, Shadow is not completely black. She has beautiful stripes that can be seen in the sunlight, unusual and stunning.

She will win you over, she is wonderful.

Shadow is microchipped, vaccinated and will come with a deferred desexing agreement.

Shadow was adopted on 17 January 2018 after 1 weeks in foster care