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Rehomed Cats

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

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TCup

TCup

Fluffy - Part Ragdoll ? - female

Found all by herself out in Liverpool by a loving father who drove her home and was cared for by his wife overnight. After a good scrub and feed was picked up by a DCH foster carer.

Due to age, we are not 100% sure that she is female.
What we are sure of is that she is half fluff and half tummy. Hahaha. She has a great big appetite, over half a kilo now, and loves to roam around to find what she considers to be the perfect spot for a snooze.

Litter trained.
Wormed and flea treated.
Trimmed nails.
In good spirits.
Very loud meows, especially when hungry!

Pick up Mortdale.

TCup was adopted on 14 April 2018 after 3 weeks in foster care

Bambi

Bambi

DSH - female

Bambi is a petite little girl that is very friendly and affectionate. She loves to be picked up and cuddled and is very confident and happy. Bambi loves to eat, play and sleep. She is looking for a safe, indoor-only home where she will have access to outdoors through a cat enclosure. Bambi needs a home where she will have lots of company.

Bambi is litter-trained, microchipped, and up to date with her flea and worm treatments. Her desexing and 1st vaccination is included in her adoption fee. If you would like to meet Bambi please contact her foster carer. She is located 5 mins from Penrith, NSW.

Bambi was adopted on 14 April 2018 after 1 month in foster care

Ruby

Ruby

DSH - female

Ruby is a sweet little girl, rescued as a litter of 6 kittens from Campbelltown Pound when she was about 3.5 weeks old. Ruby has been fostered with her brothers and sisters, and has been living with older kittens, cats and dogs and she is comfortable with them all.

Ruby is happy to spend time playing with her siblings, sleeping and when the nights cool snuggles on the couch to watch some telly.

Ruby’s adoption fee includes her microchipping, desexing, kitten vaccinations while in care and she will be up to date with her worm and flea treatments.

Ruby will be available to go to her new home when she is 8 weeks of age and 900gms under an agreed deferred desexing agreement until she is a little older and able to undergo surgery; however she is available to meet now at her foster home in Bligh Park.

Ruby was adopted on 13 April 2018 after 3 weeks in foster care

King Tut

King Tut

Domestic Short Hair - male

Laid back kitty, used to other kitties and humans, and responds well to strangers - like falling on his back to have a tummy tickle. Purrs like a engine. Plays with anything you offer.
What more can we say?

Already de-sexed, has 2nd F3 vaccination, and is worm and flea protected etc.

Call his carer to arrange a meet and greet.

Addendum... January 21st
Did my foster mum say I play with anything offered? Well, I found something to play with which was not offered - and apparently was not a toy - and got my toe stuck. It hurt lots and I had to go to the vet. She says i should be a little less adventurous in future. In the meantime, I'm feeling rather sorry for myself. It hasn't impeded my appetite though. I'll provide a further update when my typing is back up to scratch (LoL...). Do still call foster mum if you want to provide me with a furever home, though.

Located at PETstock in Penrith and can be visited during business hours

King Tut was adopted on 12 April 2018 after 4 months in foster care

toby

toby

general domestic medium hair - male

Toby is a growing, healthy and eye catching young boy who is gradually coming out of his shell. He is taking a bit more time to come around to us, but finds a lot of comfort when around the other cats and at these times is keen for a cuddle and play. He is litter trained and has had no accidents at all. He is putting on weight very well, and has a great amount of energy to play, but also loves a time to nap and rest in quiet places, not concerned about being by himself. His down times also involve watching TV, which he has taken a great interest in, following all action on the screen much to our great amusement - currently enjoys treating himself to a frozen coke from maccas after a long day on the winter Olympic slopes!!! (Check out those pics!)

If you are interested in adopting Toby, please contact Gemma on 0435939858 or Wesly on 0452101281.

Toby is in care at PETstock @ Penrith and can be visited during business hours

toby was adopted on 12 April 2018 after 4 months in foster care

Spudlette

Spudlette

DSH - male

Spudlette is a kitten full of character and energy. He can often be found playing with his puppy housemates, and loves a little boxing game or snuggle with his foster carer. Spudlette has been fostered with his brother and sisters, and has been living with older kittens, cats and dogs and he is comfortable with them all.

Spudlette is a happy little kitten, named after his resemblance to a potato when he was a tiny fluff ball with legs, with his coat being a slightly longer fluffier version of his siblings.

Spudlette’s adoption fee includes his microchipping, desexing, kitten vaccinations while in care and he will be up to date with his worm and flea treatments.

Spudlette is available to go to his new home now and he is available to meet now at his foster home in Bligh Park.

Spudlette was adopted on 12 April 2018 after 3 weeks in foster care

Brutus

Brutus

DSH - male

Brutus is a chilled out little dude, rescued in a litter of 6 kittens from Campbelltown Pound when he was about 3.5 weeks old. Brutus has been fostered with his brother and sisters, and has been living with older kittens, cats and dogs and he is comfortable with them all.

Brutus is a laid back little kitten is happy to play as part of the group or just chill on his own. Brutus is the largest in his litter and is likely to be a large cat when fully grown.

Brutus’s adoption fee includes his microchipping, desexing, kitten vaccinations while in care and he will be up to date with his worm and flea treatments.

Brutus is available to go to his new home now and he is available to meet at his foster home in Bligh Park.

Brutus was adopted on 12 April 2018 after 3 weeks in foster care

Raspberry

Raspberry

DSH - female

Raspberry is a sweet little girl with a quirky little character, rescued as a litter of 6 kittens from Campbelltown Pound when she was about 3.5 weeks old. Raspberry has been fostered with her brothers and sisters, and has been living with older kittens, cats and dogs and she is comfortable with them all.

Raspberry has a beautiful colour coat, which appears black and grey tabby, but is almost silver grey in the under layers. She is happy to spend time playing with her siblings, sleeping and when the nights cool snuggles on the couch to watch some telly.

Raspberry’s adoption fee includes her microchipping, desexing, kitten vaccinations while in care and she will be up to date with her worm and flea treatments.

Raspberry is available to go to her new home under an agreed deferred desexing agreement until she is a little older and able to undergo surgery; however she is available to meet now at her foster home in Bligh Park.

Raspberry was adopted on 12 April 2018 after 3 weeks in foster care

Irish

Irish

DSH - female

Irish is a sweet little girl, rescued as a litter of 6 kittens from Campbelltown Pound when she was about 3.5 weeks old. Irish has been fostered with her brothers and sisters, and has been living with older kittens, cats and dogs and she is comfortable with them all.

Irish has a beautiful colour coat, which appears black and grey tabby, but is almost silver grey in the under layers. She is happy to spend time playing with her siblings, sleeping and when the nights cool snuggles on the couch to watch some telly.

Irish’s adoption fee includes her microchipping, desexing, kitten vaccinations while in care and she will be up to date with her worm and flea treatments.

Irish is available to go to her new home under an agreed deferred desexing agreement until she is a little older and able to undergo surgery; however she is available to meet now at her foster home in Bligh Park.

Irish was adopted on 12 April 2018 after 3 weeks in foster care

Valleygirl

Valleygirl

DSH - female

ValleyGirl is the littlest of the litter but has the biggest voice and she is not shy about letting you know when it is breakfast or dinner time, she was rescued in a litter of 6 kittens from Campbelltown Pound when she was about 3.5 weeks old. ValleyGirl has been fostered with her brothers and sisters, and has been living with older kittens, cats and dogs and she is comfortable with them all.

She is an independent little kitten who loves her food and as she is quite a bit smaller than her siblings she can sometimes struggle to keep up with their play but she gives it a good go and is then happy to have a nap and snuggle.

ValleyGirl’s adoption fee includes her microchipping, desexing, kitten vaccinations while in care and she will be up to date with her worm and flea treatments.

While ValleyGirl is now 9 weeks old, she still has a little more growing to do before being ready for her new home, however she is available to meet now at her foster home in Bligh Park.

Valleygirl was adopted on 12 April 2018 after 3 weeks in foster care