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Rehomed Cats

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

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Maggie

Maggie

DSH - female

Maggie came into DCH care a couple of weeks before Christmas with her siblings, Peaches, Crispen, Dotty and Franny, when they were only 12 days old.

Maggie is a beautiful peach coloured calico, who wakes her foster mum up with nose and chin kisses, sometimes a little early for her foster mums liking :)

Maggie has been raised with other kittens, cats, dogs and bunnies and is quite comfortable living among them all.

Maggie has been desexed, microchipped and is up to date with her vaccinations and parasite protection. Maggie is ready for her forever home and is available to meet at her foster home in Bligh Park.

As we currently receive lots of enquiries for each kitten, 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.

Maggie was adopted on 02 February 2021 after 3 weeks in foster care

Peaches

Peaches

DSH - female

Peaches came into DCH care a couple of weeks before Christmas with her 4 siblings, Crispen, Maggie, Dotty and Franny, when they were only 12 days old.

Peaches is the big girl of the litter, and is quick to rub against her foster mums ankles and lay down for a belly scratch. Peaches sleeps every night with her foster mum and she is happy to claim a spare spot on the bed.

Peaches has been raised with other kittens, cats, dogs and bunnies and is quite comfortable living among them all.

Peaches has been desexed, microchipped and is up to date with her vaccinations and parasite protection. Peaches is ready for her forever home and is available to meet at her foster home in Bligh Park.

As we currently receive lots of enquiries for each kitten, 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.

Peaches was adopted on 31 January 2021 after 3 weeks in foster care

Tinkerbelle

Tinkerbelle

Domestic Short Hair - female

Tinkerbelle was surrendered by her owners as they have moved into a small apartment that would not allow pets.

Tinkerbelle is 8 years old and unfortunately we don't know much about her previous history.

She was surrendered at a vet clinic and has spent 2 weeks there and is now in care with us at DCH.

She has mild arthritis and is overweight but her blood work is all within normal limits. Her teeth are in good condition.

She is currently on a diet of Royal Canin Satiety kibble. - she has the typical cute low slung tummy, but the vet has advised she needs only to lose around 1/2 kg.

She shows affection and will rub around your feet and seek out attention but can also be a little grumpy at the same time. She is best left alone by her new owner for a while until she ventures out herself; it took a few weeks for her to settle into her quiet foster environment. She does need time to learn to trust new people.

She is a lovely girl and deserves a beautiful new stable home. We think she will do best as an only cat in the home. She does need some space from time and time and affection is best when its on her terms.

If you think you can offer Tinkerbelle a new home then please contact us.

Located in Potts Point

Tinkerbelle was adopted on 31 January 2021 after 5 months in foster care

Ziggy

Ziggy

Domestic Medium Hair - female

Ziggy was surrendered to Hawkesbury Animal Shelter with her brother, Zeppelin, before both came into DCH foster care. These kittens have been bottle-fed and are very sociable with people.

Ziggy is a confident, affectionate and very playful kitten who has lots of energy and curiosity! This tiny kitty usually comes running when I click my fingers, and she will also follow me around the house to keep me company. She loves playing in cat tunnels and chasing laser lights and flies!

Ziggy is also very happy to sit and be a lap cat.

The $225 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. These kittens are also litter-trained and socialised with other kittens.

Ziggy is now on hold pending Adoption.

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

Ziggy was adopted on 31 January 2021 after 2 months in foster care

Addie (now Nala)

Addie (now Nala)

Domestic Short Hair - female

Addie and her siblings, Angus, Annie and Asha were found living under a shed in St Helens Park and had not had human contact when they came into DCH foster care. They still run and hide when startled or meeting new people, so they will need an adopter who will be patient.

Addie is being desexed on the 8th January, so she will be ready to go to her new home from the 15th January 2021. Addie must be kept as an Indoor Only cat in her new home (this means that she does not go outside).

The only tabby in the litter with three white siblings, Addie was also the most scared but after a few weeks of tlc and getting to know other foster kittens, she has become playful and more confident. This beautiful girl is fine when picked up and she snuggles closer and closer each time, when she’s tired. I have no doubt she will become a little snuggle pot once she trusts her new owner.

The $225 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. These kittens are also litter-trained and socialised with other foster kittens.

Addie is now on hold pending Adoption.

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

Addie (now Nala) was adopted on 28 January 2021 after 2 months in foster care

Cricket

Cricket

Domestic Short Hair - female

Hi, my name is Cricket. I'm delicate and sweet, but don't let the good looks fool - you I'm smart too and have a mind of my own. I have beautiful white fur with lovely decorative stripes and cute brown bits, especially my ears which wiggle when I'm eating.

I'm living in the Blue Mountains with my sister and brothers but I do need my own forever home.

I love chasing and rumbling with my brothers and sister and the home we are staying in has heaps of places to play hide and seek and I just love pouncing on my siblings. I'm getting really good at climbing and chasing balls, string, toes, anything that moves really. When I get tired I love to snuggle into bed or even better snuggle up into a warm lap with lots of loving pats and I have a purr that you can feel all through you.

I'd love you to visit me and I reckon I could get on with a loving family with children and other cats or a loving single or couple - anyone really who's home lots to give me the royal treatment that I deserve. I'm not like my sister or little brother as I don't feel brave very much so I probably would be scared of a dog, but maybe I could learn they are cute and fun too. I am an indoor only kitty.

Cricket has been microchipped and vaccinated. Desexing is included in the adoption fee.

If you are interested in learning more about this little girl, or wish to visit her at his foster home in Winmalee, please email her foster carer.

Cricket was adopted on 27 January 2021 after 2 months in foster care

Smudge

Smudge

Domestic Short Hair - female

Hi, my name is Smudge and I'm a big girl with a big appetite to go with it. I'm fast, strong and smart. Also I have beautiful white fur with lovely decorative stripes, spots and cute brown bits, especially my ears which wiggle when I'm eating.

I'm living in the Blue Mountains with my sister and brothers but I do need my own forever home.

I love chasing and rumbling with my brothers and sister, and the home we are staying in has heaps of places to play hide and seek and I just love pouncing on my siblings from behind. I'm really good at climbing and chasing balls, string, toes, anything that moves really. When I get tired I love to snuggle into bed or even better snuggle up into a warm lap with lots of loving pats , oh, and I have a purr that you could hear in outer space.

I'd love you to visit me and I reckon I could get on with anyone..... I'm even brave enough to take on a dog! (I think) which is why is another reason that I must be an indoor only kitty.

Smudge has been microchipped and vaccinated. Desexing is included in the adoption fee.

If you are interested in learning more about this lovely girl, or wish to visit her at his foster home in Winmalee, please email her foster carer.

Smudge was adopted on 27 January 2021 after 2 months in foster care

Asha

Asha

Domestic Medium Hair - female

*Adopted with her sister, Annie!

Asha and her siblings, Angus, Addie and Annie were found living under a shed in St Helens Park and had not had human contact when they came into DCH foster care. They still run and hide when startled or meeting new people, so they will need an adopter who will be patient.

Asha is a beautiful medium haired little lady who has just gained her confidence with people and is quite affectionate. She still runs away initially until she knows you but Asha has just discovered that she rather likes pats and cuddles! Asha can be quite active and playful but does really enjoy snoozing on a sunny windowsill.

Asha was desexed on the 8th January, so she will be ready to go to her new home from the 15th January 2021. Annie must be kept as an Indoor Only cat in her new home (this means that she does not go outside).

The $225 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. These kittens are also litter-trained and socialised with other foster kittens.

Asha is now on hold pending Adoption.

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

Asha was adopted on 27 January 2021 after 2 months in foster care

Annie

Annie

Domestic Short Hair - female

*Adopted with her sister, Asha!

Annie and her siblings, Angus, Addie and Asha were found living under a shed in St Helens Park and had not had human contact when they came into DCH foster care. They still run and hide when startled or meeting new people, so they will need an adopter who will be patient.

Annie is the smallest of the litter and she is still quite shy but now she comes for a cuddle and pat as soon as I sit on the lounge. Annie is a beautiful little kitty who will really thrive and become more confident with some individual love and attention.

Annie is being desexed on the 8th January, so she will be ready to go to her new home from the 15th January 2021. Annie must be kept as an Indoor Only cat in her new home (this means that she does not go outside).

The $225 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. These kittens are also litter-trained and socialised with other foster kittens.

Annie is now on hold pending Adoption.

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

Annie was adopted on 27 January 2021 after 2 months in foster care

DARLA

DARLA

DSH - female

A nice person contacted DCH to ask us to rescue a mum who was feeding her young kittens in the garden; one of our foster carers responded and took them straight into her family.

These guys – Mumma plus Darla, Tilly and Bravo - have thrived in an active foster family, comprising mum and dad, two kids, cats – both resident and foster, canines and bunnies. On that basis, we believe they will fit happily in with a variety of family environments. Just note they have been in care as indoor only kitties, so, for their safety, they must go to an indoor-only home.

Here is Darla:

This little girl may look a little like Grumpy cat, but Darla is the nicest of all the kittens currently with this carer. She’s the sweetest and doesn’t ever run away. She’s so gentle and loving.
Quiet and laid back, she enjoys settling with her humans as well as her brothers and sisters. A people friendly pussycat, she enjoys being patted and allows you to hold her.

Each kitty is vet–checked, microchipped and vaccinated, and will be desexed prior to rehoming.

If you’d like to meet Darla (and maybe a couple of the family members) at their temporary home in Ermington, please email us.

DARLA was adopted on 25 January 2021 after 1 month in foster care