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Rehomed Cats

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

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Rosebud

Rosebud

Domestic Short Hair - female

Rose Bud was born in care to Polly.
Rose bud has had a difficult start to life and has faced some obstacles.
She is a little free spirited and would be suited as an outside cat or a yard cat. She would like to be able to roam and explore and enjoy the outside world.

She has been vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and desexed.

Located at PETstock @ Penrith

Rosebud was adopted on 24 February 2019 after 2 months in foster care

Kimba

Kimba

Domestic - male

One of two kitties surrendered to DCH at 12 weeks, Kimba is definitely a people pussy cat. He always wants to be around you and will take any opportunity to sit on you. Kimba is quiet and cuddly, very well behaved and ever curious; he is at his happiest purring on your lap, or sleeping curled up on your feet.

He loves his humans and is absolutely adorable. He has vanilla coloured fur, with a hint of ginger here and there, and a ginger striped tail that gives him copious flair. Given his fair colouring, Kimba should live in an indoor only home.

A winning mix of mischievous monster and total sook, he loves quiet times, cuddles, and attention. In his other moments, he can be found running around the house chasing anything possible, manically, until eventually crashing out and demanding your lap. He also likes to hang out in the wardrobe, with a particular fondness for handbags!

With a super cute, yet pensive face, Pinot is sure to win over your heart.

Kimba is microchipped,has had his first and second vaccinations, and is de-sexed.

He is looking forward to meeting you at his foster home in Bellevue Hill.

Kimba was adopted on 22 February 2019 after 2 months in foster care

Darla

Darla

Domestic Short Hair - female

Darla was abandoned with her siblings, Darci and Flash, when she was only 1-2 days old. She has been bottle fed and hand raised, and has a splash of ginger on her little tabby face. Darla loves to chase the laser light and gets very excited when she runs through cat tunnels!

This gorgeous kitten is eating wet and dry food very well and loves lapping fresh water. Darla is very happy sunning herself in windows but she should be an Inside Only cat!

UPDATE: Darla likes to be picked up a lot and is not shy of strangers! This little cutie comes running when I click my fingers, expecting a cuddle! Darla is a social butterfly with people, other cats and our 2 Golden Retrievers!

Darla has absolutely no fear of big dogs that I have found, so she needs to be with a cat-friendly dog, as she will go right up to them without hesitation.

If you would like to meet Darla, please get in touch...

Darla was adopted on 21 February 2019 after 2 months in foster care

Boya

Boya

Domestic Short Hair - male

Boya was born to mumma cat, Polly, in a roof top and has been in care since he was a tiny kitten. Now he has grown into an elegant, lithe, friendly young man.

He is a little timid to start with, but will come out of his shell once he knows you. He has beautiful yellow eyes that stand out against his black body, and he is a playful, energetic fella who loves playing with toys.

He has been microchipped, vaccinated, wormed and desexed, and comes flea treated and wormed.

~~As of 18/1/19, Boya is on display at PETstock Penrith/Jamiesonton and would love a little cuddle! Come on in during opening hours. ~~

Boya was adopted on 17 February 2019 after 2 months in foster care

Tabitha

Tabitha

Domestic Short Hair - female

Pretty, cuddly baby! Tabitha is friendly, energetic, cuddly and sweet.
Cuddle her on your lap in a blanket and she will happily snuggle around, twisting and turning to nestle in and find the best position to receive neck scratches and chin rubs!

She is an absolute sweetheart! Having been fostered with other cats and dogs, she will adapt well to any home situation.

She is currently at PETstock, Macquarie Centre with her sister, Cloud, and would love to meet you! Please contact the store for their opening hours.

Tabitha was adopted on 17 February 2019 after 3 weeks in foster care

Annabel

Annabel

Domestic Short hair - female

Annabel came to DCH as a very feral 8 week old kitten that was born at a preschool and had never been handled at all.

She is now around 16 weeks old and is very friendly, she can be shy until you start patting her then she starts purring away.

Annabel will be going to Petstock Penrith in the morning so please pop in and meet her anytime during store hours.

Annabel has been Desexed, Vaccinated, Chipped, Flea & Worm Treated.

Annabel was adopted on 17 February 2019 after today in foster care

Polly Pocket

Polly Pocket

Domestic Short Hair - female

Polly Pocket came into care after being picked up by a council ranger and going to the pound. She has had 5 kittens which are now in the process of being rehomed. She has been a lovely mother to her kittens and is now looking for her new forever home.

She has been microchipped, vaccinated and is now desexed.

Though shy at first, she is very affectionate; she can’t seem to get enough snuggles when she’s awake! Polly likes to hide through the day and sleep but when she pops out, she all about the love! Very gentle little puddy, and she is quite small, you could almost put her in a handbag. Very interested in other cats, so will definitely fit into a home with other pets.

She is located in Penrith

Polly Pocket was adopted on 17 February 2019 after 4 months in foster care

Rebel

Rebel

Domestic Short Hair - male

I started life in the grounds of a unit block until a lovely young man took me in to live a few weeks on his balcony, with my siblings (Shade & Sapphire) who are also up for adoption.

I'm still a little shy and will tend to hide, but when my carer comes into my room, I trill with delight and like to get cuddles and rub myself around her legs. Happy to be held for a short time and love have my tummy rubbed and spend some time with her on the couch.

I hope I will be adopted one day and get to know my new parents soon.

I've been microchipped and I've had my first vaccination.

I am due to be desexed shortly (from 21st February) and will be allowed to go to my new home just after this date.

Rebel was adopted on 16 February 2019 after 2 weeks in foster care

Shade

Shade

Domestic Short Hair - male

I started life in the grounds of a unit block until a lovely young man took me in to live a few weeks on his balcony, with my siblings (Rebel & Sapphire) who are also up for adoption.

I'm very shy and quiet little soul, and slowly getting used to my new carer. I still tend to hide but will happily be picked up for a cuddle. She loves the look of my face, its like I'm already a wise ol' pussy cat.

I hope I will be adopted one day and get to know my new parents soon.

I've been microchipped and I've had my first vaccination.

I am due to be desexed shortly (from 21st February) and will be allowed to go to my new home just after this date.

Shade was adopted on 16 February 2019 after 2 weeks in foster care

Jelly Bean

Jelly Bean

Dsh - female

Jelly Bean is a lovely, friendly cat who is looking for a new home as the advent of a toddler and an impending baby means her working parents are unable to provide sufficient loving care and attention.

Jelly Bean is a beautiful pure white female cat. She is a tender and quiet kitty who nonetheless loves to curl up on a lap in the evening, and to get some loving or brushing. She would definitely suit a quiet home, where her undemanding nature is appreciated.

While Jelly likes to go outside and then happily lie in the shade and sleep the day away, she shows no interest in wandering beyond her home. But, because she is white all over and has pink nose and inside ears, she does need to be an indoor cat primarily – with any outings supervised.

Jelly Bean also lives with a dog, with which she gets along very well, and has happily put up with a number of foster cats coming and going in previous years. She did have a rough start as a kitten, which resulted in her having only 4 canine teeth. However, since she has never known anything else it has no impact on her eating, and no special diet is needed.

Jelly is microchipped, desexed, and up to date on her vaccinations and vet visits. She has had no major health issues.

Jelly Bean’s adoption fee is $50.

Please contact Mel, on 0404741169, to arrange a visit at Jelly's current home in Penrith.