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Rehomed Animals

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

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Dennis

Dennis

DSH - male

Dennis has recently been surrendered into DCH care along with his brother, Jeff. Their owner unfortunately found himself unable to keep them, and then they had a bit of a rough time staying with a dog which didn't take to them at all. We believe they would thrive best in a forever home as a single pet companion (together or separately).

Dennis has a wonderful silky black coat, and his chest and chin looks as though they were just dipped in some white paint. His super power is his long, fluffy and swishy black tail. đŸ™‚ He loves pats, cuddles and food too. He also likes being cradled like a baby and chin scratches.

Dennis has been vet checked, microchipped, vaccinated and desexed, so enquiries are welcome now.

The brothers are located in Milsons Point.

NOTE: All visits will be by appointment, and in accordance with prevailing social distancing protocols. Given travel restrictions, a ‘meet and greet’ may instead be arranged via videoconference.

Dennis was adopted on 25 May 2020 after 3 weeks in foster care

Tashi (now Millie)

Tashi (now Millie)

DSH - female

Tashi

*Indoor Only Cat*

Tashi and her siblings, Trudy, Tully and Taz, were found abandoned at a construction site at Schofields. They have been bottle-fed and hand raised and so have become very affectionate and confident with people.

Tashi is a gorgeous little girl with a beautiful soft coat and lovely big eyes. Although still a little timid when she first meets new people, her curiousity always get the better of her. Tashi is really sweet and very playful but would probably be best suited to a home without small children. Once Tashi knows you, she will show you loads of affection and she loves a head scratch and belly rub.

The $200 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. Tashi is also litter-trained and socialised with other kittens.

Please contact me if you have any questions or if you would like to come and meet Tashi!

You are most welcome to arrange a visit - please check the current DCH social isolation Covid-19 operating guidelines, linked at the top of this page.

PLEASE NOTE: Although Tashi will reach adoption age and weight (at least 8 weeks and 900grams), by Monday 25th May 2020, she will still be too little for desexing. You will need to sign a delayed desexing agreement to have Tashi desexed (at DCH cost), as soon as possible at a DCH affiliated vet closest to you, as soon as she is over 12 weeks and 1kg.

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

Tashi (now Millie) was adopted on 24 May 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Taz

Taz

DSH - male

Taz

*Indoor Only Cat*

Taz and his siblings, Tashi, Trudy and Tully, were found abandoned at a construction site at Schofields. They have been bottle-fed and hand raised and so have become very affectionate and confident with people.

Taz is a lovely little character who does enjoy a tummy rub and a cuddle. Taz is pretty confident for his age and has also been very brave meeting our 2 golden retrievers. He is a very happy little kitten who will fit into most families and be great company.

The $200 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. Taz is also litter-trained and socialised with other kittens.

Please contact me if you have any questions or if you would like to come and meet Taz!

You are most welcome to arrange a visit - please check the current DCH social isolation Covid-19 operating guidelines, linked at the top of this page.

PLEASE NOTE: Although Taz has reached adoption age and weight (at least 8 weeks and 900grams), he will still be too little for desexing. You will need to sign a delayed desexing agreement to have Taz desexed (at DCH cost), as soon as possible at a DCH affiliated vet closest to you, as soon as he is over 12 weeks and 1kg.

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

Taz was adopted on 24 May 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Becky

Becky

Staffy cross - female

Becky is a cheeky and curious puppy. She is always ready to play with her humans and siblings.
Becky is currently living with three dogs and a cat.
She is learning toilet training, crate training and practicing using a collar and lead.
If you think Becky is a perfect match for you please contact me!

Becky was adopted on 24 May 2020 after 3 weeks in foster care

Lexi

Lexi

Domestic Short Hair - female

Lexi has been surrendered into foster care to find her a new loving forever home. She was surrendered by her owner as they have been unable to rehome her and they want to ensure Lexi finds a great home. She has been raised by her previous owner as an indoor kitten. She has a beautiful personality, very loving and affectionate.

She was born approx 4/12.

She will be available for adoption in mid May once she has completed her vet work and have been desexed and recoved.

She will be Wormed, Flea Treated, Microchipped, Vaccinated and Desexed and will be ready for her family.

Located in Castle Hill

Lexi was adopted on 23 May 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Trudy (now Jaymie)

Trudy (now Jaymie)

DSH - female

Trudy

*Indoor Only Cat*

Trudy and her siblings, Tashi, Tully and Taz, were found abandoned at a construction site at Schofields. They have been bottle-fed and hand raised and so have become very affectionate and confident with people.

Trudy starts to purr as soon as she is picked up. She has a beautifully soft coat and always loves to snuggle in for a cuddle. She is very playful but whenever she wants a rest, she does prefer to be on someone's lap!

Trudy has a funny little croaky meow which can be quite loud if she would like your attention. She will also untie your shoelaces so that you notice her! This pretty tabby girl is very people friendly but has not met young children and, although still nervous around our big dogs, she is becoming used to them.

The $200 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. Trudy is also litter-trained and socialised with other kittens.

Please contact me if you have any questions or if you would like to come and meet Trudy!

You are most welcome to arrange a visit - please check the current DCH social isolation Covid-19 operating guidelines, linked at the top of this page.

PLEASE NOTE: Although Trudy will reach adoption age and weight (at least 8 weeks and 900grams), by Monday 25th May 2020, she will still be too little for desexing. You will need to sign a delayed desexing agreement to have Trudy desexed (at DCH cost), as soon as possible at a DCH affiliated vet closest to you, as soon as she is over 12 weeks and 1kg.

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

Trudy (now Jaymie) was adopted on 23 May 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Tully (now Cyrus)

Tully (now Cyrus)

DSH - male

Tully

*Indoor Only Cat*

Tully and his siblings, Tashi, Trudy and Taz, were found abandoned at a construction site at Schofields. They have been bottle-fed and hand raised and so have become very affectionate and confident with people.

Tully was the smallest of the litter, only weighing about 260grams when he first came into DCH care. This lovely affectionate boy with the big beautiful eyes is now ready for adoption. Tully is a happy and playful kitten that loves people, and he will fit nicely into most families.

The $200 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. Tully is also litter-trained and socialised with other kittens.

Please contact me if you have any questions or if you would like to come and meet Tully!

You are most welcome to arrange a visit (one person only) - please check the current DCH social isolation Covid-19 operating guidelines, linked at the top of this page.

PLEASE NOTE: Although Tully will reach adoption age and weight (at least 8 weeks and 900grams), by Monday 25th May 2020, he will still be too little for desexing. You will need to sign a delayed desexing agreement to have Tully desexed (at DCH cost), as soon as possible at a DCH affiliated vet closest to you, as soon as he is over 12 weeks and 1kg.

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

Tully (now Cyrus) was adopted on 23 May 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Shadow

Shadow

Short-Haired Domestic - male

Shadow was born into our care as one of three of the best ever Christmas Day presents! He and his 2 brothers, Oscar and Thunder, are bouncing, healthy boys, who have been brilliantly looked after their mumma cat, Daisy.

They are all microchipped, vaccinated, desexed and – ready to go to their furever homes.

With his name, of course Shadow is black, and a lovely sleek young kitty. Smart as well as spirited, he loves running and playing with his brothers and anything which comes to paw. Like his siblings, Shadow has also lived happily alongside other foster felines and has received frequent visits from a small dog.

This gorgeous guy will bring a lot of joy and affection to his family, and will probably keep you on your toes between his naps. To keep him safe, his home will need to be indoor only.

Please contact us if you would like to learn more about this lovely boy or to visit him at his Hoxton Park foster home.

Shadow was adopted on 19 May 2020 after 3 months in foster care

Thunder

Thunder

Short-Haired Domestic - male

Thunder was born into our care as one of three of the best ever Christmas Day presents! He and his 2 brothers, Oscar and Shadow,are bouncing, healthy boys, who have been brilliantly looked after their mumma cat, Daisy.

They are all microchipped, vaccinated, desexed and – ready to go to their furever homes.

Thunder is so named as he is a lovely black boy, who will no doubt bring his new family lots of good luck. He has a real bromance going on with Thunder and Oscar, and who he loves playing with when he is being cheeky, and loves snuggling with when he is tired. As well as his siblings, Thunder has also lived happily alongside other foster felines and has received frequent visits from a small dog.

This cheeky little guy will bring a lot of joy and affection to his family, who may need a bit of energy to keep up with him between naps. To keep him safe, his home will need to be indoor only.

Please contact us if you would like to learn more about this lovely boy or to visit him at her Hoxton Park foster home.

Thunder was adopted on 19 May 2020 after 3 months in foster care

Oscar

Oscar

Short-Haired Tabby - male

Oscar was born into our care as one of three of the best ever Christmas Day presents! He and his 2 black brothers, Thunder and Shadow, are bouncing, healthy boys, who have been brilliantly looked after their mumma cat, Daisy.

They are all microchipped, vaccinated, desexed and – ready to go to their furever homes.

Oscar is a beautiful tri-colour tabby boy, with shades of brown, grey and white, the only of the boys to take after his mum. He is a spirited kitty, who loves running around and playing with his brothers and any toys to hand. As well as his siblings, Oscar has also lived happily alongside other foster felines and has received frequent visits from a small dog.

This gorgeous guy will bring a lot of joy and affection to his family, and will probably keep you all fit between his naps. To keep him safe, his home will need to be indoor only.

Please contact us if you would like to learn more about this lovely boy or to visit him at his Hoxton Park foster home.

Oscar was adopted on 19 May 2020 after 3 months in foster care