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Rehomed Cats

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

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Brian

Brian

Domestic - male

Brian was abandoned and found in a park and was covered in fleas and very flat. He received hospital care and has recovered very well.

Brian has been in care for several weeks and has been desexed and vaccinated and is now ready to find a home.

He is a loving boy who has a great purr. He has a sense of adventure and likes to explore. He has enjoyed the company of his foster brothers and sisters and likes to play rough with them.

Located in the Quakers Hill area

Brian was adopted on 27 February 2020 after 2 months in foster care

Maddison

Maddison

dsh - female

Maddison was rescued from a Sydney pound and now she is ready to find that family who will love and treasure her for the rest of her life.

Maddison is a social butterfly ...she just gets on with everyone ...she loves the resident dogs and she is great with the resident cats and she loves a good rumble with her foster brother Travis (her brother from another mother).

The great thing with Maddy is that she has already been desexed and has had all her kitten vaccinations she has been wormed and flea treated and is micro chipped...she is ready to go.She is not a fussy eater and is litter trained.

Maddy is a lovely little girl with a very curious nature she follows me around so she can see what I am doing.

Maddy is a pretty little girl ..photos do not do her justice...she is in care in the Granville area.

Maddison was adopted on 26 February 2020 after 4 weeks in foster care

Phoenix

Phoenix

Domestic Short Hair - female

Phoenix is a sweet, shy little girl who purrs affectionately when she is held or sitting on your lap. She loves to play and is good with other foster kittens and cats. Phoenix was picked up from the local pound where she was handed in by herself at only 5 weeks old. She is only a tiny little kitten and will most likely grow into a small cat.

Phoenix's adoption fee includes her desexing. She is microchipped, flea and worm treated, and up to date with her kitten vaccinations. She is in foster care in Glenmore Park, 5 mins from Penrith, NSW, and is ready to meet now. Please CALL or TEXT her foster carer if you'd like to make an enquiry.

Phoenix was adopted on 22 February 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Betsie

Betsie

Domestic Short Hair - female

Betsie and her siblings were found in a Western Sydney Prison yard and was brought out to the vets at around a week of age.

She has been hand raised and was bottle fed since Mumma was not found.

Betsie has been raised as an indoors only kitten and has been raised in a muti-cat home.

Betsie has had a bit of a bumpy road when she was younger and has struggled to put on weight and has always been a little skinny.

Health wise she seems to be just fine and she loves a good pat and is a beautiful kitten.

She can sometimes be a little clumsy and sometimes she seems to have a little stumble or at least walk a little awkward from time to time.

Despite that she is a great little kitten and is playful, fun loving and is great company.

She has been F3 vaccinated, desexed, wormed and had a flea preventative applied.

She is available now and seeking an indoors only home without a dog. Our preference would be a young home with kids who can give her lots of play and attention.

Located in the Quakers Hill area

Betsie was adopted on 22 February 2020 after 6 days in foster care

Bertha

Bertha

Domestic Short Hair - female

Bertha and her siblings were found in a Western Sydney Prison yard and was brought out to the vets at around a week of age.

She has been hand raised and was bottle fed since Mumma was not found.

Bertha has been raised as an indoors only kitten and has been raised in a muti-cat home.

She is a very confident and loving kitten. She will give head rubs and has a great little purr. She loves company and loves to play games with toys and teasers.

She has been F3 vaccinated, desexed, wormed and had a flea preventative applied.

She is available now and seeking an indoors only home without a dog. Our preference would be a young home with kids who can give her lots of play and attention.

Located in the Quakers Hill area

Bertha was adopted on 22 February 2020 after 6 days in foster care

Rafiki

Rafiki

Domestic Medium Hair - male

Rafiki was surrendered by his owner to find him a new home.

Rafiki has been in care since the 27th of December and has been fostered with several other kittens his age including his siblings.

Rafiki has grown into a wonderful kitten. He loves to play, loves to climb and loves attention. He is an indoors only kitten and does like the company of another kitten or close human company.

He has been desexed and has had his 1st and 2nd F3 vaccination and has been wormed and had a flea preventative applied.

We are seeking an indoors only home without a dog where he can be loved.

Located in the Quakers Hill Area.

Rafiki was adopted on 22 February 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Ochre

Ochre

Domestic Short Hair - male

Ochre was rescued from the pound with his 2 siblings. He has a very shy but sweet nature and is learning to increase his confidence around humans. Ochre enjoys being held in your lap receiving pats and scratches while purring loudly. He even presents you with his tummy for a rub.

Ochre is looking for an indoor-only home with a caring, patient owner that is willing to give him the time he needs to settle in his new home. He absolutely loves other adult cats in his foster carer's home and would be a great companion for an existing cat in your home.

Ochre is ready for his new home now. His adoption fee includes his desexing, 1st vaccination and microchipping. He is waiting to meet you in Glenmore Park (5 mins from Penrith), NSW. Please call or text his foster carer if you would like to meet Ochre.

Ochre was adopted on 22 February 2020 after 2 months in foster care

Oli

Oli

Domestic Medium Hair - male

Oli was rescued from the pound with his 2 siblings. He is a shy boy who's had a very rough start in life but he is becoming more confident each day around people. Oli loves to snuggle on your lap and receive pats and cuddles. He is very bonded to his brother, Ochre, and they would make a great pair if you are looking for two kittens, but separate adoptions will also be considered.

Oli is looking for an indoor-only home with a caring, patient owner that is willing to give him the time he needs to settle in. He is curious about other adult cats and dogs in his foster carer's home

Oli is ready for his new home now. His adoption fee includes his desexing, 1st vaccination and microchipping. He is waiting to meet you in Glenmore Park (5 mins from Penrith), NSW. Please call or text his foster carer if you would like to meet Oli.

Oli was adopted on 22 February 2020 after 2 months in foster care

Jazzy

Jazzy

Domestic Short Hair - female

Jazzy is an incredibly friendly, happy and affectionate girl. She is super confident and just loves to be with people and other pets. She would easily fit into most families. As long as she has company and attention, she is happy. Jazzy was rescued from a dangerous and lonely life on the streets. Likely dumped, she was rescued at 3 months old, and taken into foster care where has not stopped purring since.

Jazzy's adoption fee includes her desexing. She is litter-trained, microchipped and up to date with her kitten vaccinations. Jazzy is in foster care in Glenmore Park, NSW, 5 mins from Penrith. She is ready and waiting to meet you now. Please CALL or TEXT her foster carer to make an enquiry on Jazzy.

Jazzy was adopted on 16 February 2020 after 4 weeks in foster care

TC

TC

Domestic Short Hair - male

TC really has proved to be a Top Cat! He is a really happy boy, with an easygoing personality. During his time in our care, he has lived amiably alongside multiple foster cats and dogs, and has loved being with his carer’s children. In fact, sleeping on their bed, or on the adult’s bed, was his favourite.

Since TC is friendly with just about anyone, it is a puzzle why he is still looking for his furever home. But, he was surrendered to the pound by his owner at the age of 6 years, when we took him into our care. Unfortunately, many older foster cats are often overlooked in favour of little kittens, and TC has been one of them. He had no problem adjusting to his new foster home, and continues to be a really healthy boy, but just hasn’t had many enquiries.

Now 10 years old, TC is of course fully trained and socialised, and needs less attention than little kitties. He is adaptable and sociable, so after a settling in period, he will provide love and snuggles to a new family, whether it be with children and other animals (although he’s not keen on mature boy cats), or a single or couple who, perhaps, need to leave him alone for large parts of the day.

During his time in foster care, TC has been an indoor/outdoor cat; he has roamed happily during the day, but is always sure to get back in the evening to choose who he will snuggle in bed with this time. His outdoor time just needs to be in environment which is safe for cats to ensure he lives to a ripe old age.

Unfortunately for TC, his carer can no longer look after him so he has recently moved into temporary care in our cattery. Once more, he has proved adaptable, now living an indoor only life with no complaints. But he is really missing his snuggly family life and is lonely. We are sure he would like nothing more than to finally find a permanent family home.

TC is desexed, microchipped and his vaccinations are all up to date.

If you feel you would like to share your life with this adorable boy, please contact us to arrange a meet and greet in his current Windsor foster home.

TC was adopted on 14 February 2020 after 4.8 years in foster care