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Rehomed Cats

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

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Tyrion

Tyrion

DSH - male

Tyrion is a real gentle sweety. Such a gentle soul.
Ginger & white with ginger patches on his front paws tells him apart from his brother. He loves playtime & his cuddles, a big snuggler.
Lazing by the window watching the world catching some rays.
Really likes his nap time with his purr motor going & stretches right out to air his belly. Naps & snuggles with his brother Theon.

Would prefer Tyrion & Theon are adopted together as they have bonded.

Tyrion is ready and waiting to meet his new furever family

Tyrion was adopted on 12 December 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Jack and Jake

Jack and Jake

DSH - male

These fun and social lads are looking for someone they can cuddle and play all day! They’re super easy-going and are great with dogs, cats, rabbits and bunnies! They’re the perfect little kitty set and are looking for someone needs double the snuggles in their life!

Loving, easy going lads💙

Jack and Jake scratch up the pole,

And lick away at their kitty bowl

They’re chill little men who love to play,

And cuddle their people night and day

Easy-going kitties who are great with folks,

It’s only snuggles and purrs from these two blokes

They’re great with dogs, big and small,

Cats, kittens, rabbits, they love them all

They’re free to go out, and get some air,

But definitely need their human there

Rest assured, they’re the best you can get,

Especially since they come as a perfect little set!

Medical notes
Due to ingrown lashes, they both require someone who can commit to cleaning their eyes and adding moisturising eye drops twice a day to keep them comfortable.

However, this is a super easy task, and since they are both totally relaxed and used to this routine, it shouldn’t take longer than a minute or two.

With their current care routine, the boys have been improving exponentially and if kept up, we don't currently foresee any further treatment or concerns.

They have already been de-sexed, microchipped, and their vaccinations are up to date.

If you think you are the special loving person/s to provide a furever home to these two lovely boys, please contact Jake and Jack’s carer, Jasmin - on 0424 738 236 - to arrange a meet and greet at their foster home.

***many thanks go to David and Michael who have helped contribute to Jacks additional vet fees, we have still spent an additional $900 on vet fees and sponsorship help would be very appreciated.***

Jack and Jake was adopted on 12 December 2019 after 2.8 years in foster care

Monty

Monty

domestic shorthair - male

Monty is a beautiful black young kitten with a tiny tuft of white on his chest and lovely blue eyes. He was born without a tail suggesting he may be part Manx, and his people-pleasing personality and quick intelligence certainly bear this out.

Monty is full of energy and loves to play – he has even learned to walk on a lead which we think shows what a clever boy he is! When he is tired of playing, he is such an affectionate kitten that he will climb straight up under your chin and snuggle into your neck where he will purr all day if given the chance. Oh, and Monty has also managed to win over the resident grumpy cat, so he doesn’t just charm humans.

This happy and healthy boy should fit in with any type of loving family who appreciate his entertaining kitten antics as well as his desire to shower his humans with affection and cuddles. Because Monty is a black kitty, however, it is particularly important he be kept indoors as he won’t easily be seen by drivers. Since he was clever enough to take to the lead, maybe you’ll be able to enjoy going for short walks with him!

Monty has been microchipped, vaccinated and desexed, so he is ready to settle into his furever home.

If you’d like to learn more about Monty, or to meet him at his Redfern foster home, please contact Emma.

Monty was adopted on 11 December 2019 after 3 weeks in foster care

Snow

Snow

Domestic Short Hair - male

Snow and Ginge are from a litter of 4. They came into foster care at about 1 to 1.5 weeks old without their Mum. They have been bottle fed and hand raised and have had lots of human interaction.

Both kittens have a beautiful personality. They love to play and love attention. They both have good little purr motors when they are picked up and cuddled. Snow is the quieter of the two and likes more snuggles.

Snow will happily fall asleep in your arms.

Ginge has more energy and likes to run around and explore things more than Snow. Ginge loves to play chase games and enjoys using a cat tower. He is very playful and will often play non stop until he is exhausted.

They are used to having Breeder’s choice paper litter.
They are currently on a diet of Royal Canin Kitten Instinctive (Gravy) and Babycat Mousse, Hills Science Diet Kitten dry food. They also eat raw beef mince and shredded boiled chicken breast.

Both are 1st F3 Vaccinated, Desexed, Microchipped, wormed.

Located in the PETstock Adoption Enclosure at Macquarie Center (North Ryde)

Snow was adopted on 09 December 2019 after 2 months in foster care

Ginge

Ginge

Domestic Short Hair - male

Snow and Ginge are from a litter of 4. They came into foster care at about 1 to 1.5 weeks old without their Mum. They have been bottle fed and hand raised and have had lots of human interaction.

Both kittens have a beautiful personality. They love to play and love attention. They both have good little purr motors when they are picked up and cuddled. Snow is the quieter of the two and likes more snuggles.

Snow will happily fall asleep in your arms.

Ginge has more energy and likes to run around and explore things more than Snow. Ginge loves to play chase games and enjoys using a cat tower. He is very playful and will often play non stop until he is exhausted.

They are used to having Breeder’s choice paper litter.
They are currently on a diet of Royal Canin Kitten Instinctive (Gravy) and Babycat Mousse, Hills Science Diet Kitten dry food. They also eat raw beef mince and shredded boiled chicken breast.

Both are 1st F3 Vaccinated, Desexed, Microchipped, wormed.

Located in the PETstock Adoption Enclosure at Macquarie Center (North Ryde)

Ginge was adopted on 09 December 2019 after 2 months in foster care

Salem

Salem

DSH - male

Salem is the only boy in a litter of 4, he happily plays ball and chase with his siblings, although he is cautious with humans and our resident older cat but with time he comes around to trust.
He is very affectionate and loves belly rubs and cuddles but prefers not to be picked up.
Salem loves to quietly explore his surroundings, eat and nap.
He is very verbal, letting you know when he is happy, excited or wants you to hurry up with dinner.

He is litter trained and loves his food, Salem would suit an indoor home.
He is ready and waiting to meet her new family, however will not be available for adoption until he is desexed, approximately late November/early December.

Salem was adopted on 08 December 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Samara

Samara

DSH - female

Samara is an adventurous little girl with a big heart for exploring.
Loves a good game of tackle with our resident older cat, she is pretty much always in play mode so she wears him out. She adores a belly rub and loves using her siblings as pillows when it is naptime.

She is litter trained and has a healthy appetite.
Samara is looking for an indoor home where she will have lots of company.
She is ready and waiting to meet her new family, however will not be available for adoption until she is desexed, approximately late November/early December.

Samara was adopted on 08 December 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Hugo

Hugo

DSH - male

What a beautiful boy.....playful, happy and very cheeky.Hugo is going to grow up to be a wonderful companion for some lucky person.

Hugo has been raised with 3 dogs ..he doesn't just like them he loves them...so if your dog has been begging you for a kitten well you can't go past Hugo. He also has been in care with 3 adult cats and shows them the utmost respect..

Hugo has been flea and worm treated and has had his first vaccination his adoption fee will cover his desexing at one of DCH's approved vets when old enough.

Hugo is always a pleasure to have around and I find myself always laughing at his silly ways.

Hugo was adopted on 08 December 2019 after 2 weeks in foster care

Dixie

Dixie

domestic short hair cat - female

Dixie is nearly 10 months old, with very unusual cream/ champagne colour fur.

She is very very shy, still waiting to discover her sparkly personality.

Dixie is a very healthy and likes the company of other cats.

Dixie is microchipped, vaccinated and desexed .

Dixie was adopted on 01 December 2019 after 5 months in foster care

Matilda (now Amethyst)

Matilda (now Amethyst)

DMH - female

Matilda and her sister, Maggie, are DCH rescue kittens from Campbelltown Pound, where they were handed in without a mumcat.

These kittens should always be kept Indoors in their future homes, unless they are safely supervised outside.

These gorgeous kittens are very people friendly and confident, and just seem to crave love and attention. Both kittens are healthy and playful and get on well with my other DCH foster kittens. All are drinking water and eating wet and dry kitten food, with good appetites.

Matilda has a little squeaky meow which is adorable, and of course she has to be picked up when you hear it! This gentle little girl can be quite vocal for attention but she snuggles in for a cuddle as soon as you give her the chance. Matilda does have a medium length coat, so she will need at least a weekly brush.

The $200 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. If you adopt a small kitten at 8-12 weeks, too young to be desexed, you just choose a DCH vet (from our list), and we forward approval to pay the cost of desexing. You just need to organise desexing before the kitten is 6 months old.

Please contact me if you have any questions or if you would like to come and meet Matilda. You and your family are most welcome to organise a time to visit!

(Kittens must reach 1kg and be at least 8weeks old before adoption can be processed but you can place them "On Hold" with a deposit)

Matilda (now Amethyst) was adopted on 30 November 2019 after 3 weeks in foster care