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Rehomed Animals

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

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Luna

Luna

Persian x ragdoll x main coon - female

Hi
Im Luna

Luna was adopted on 27 October 2020 after 6 days in foster care

Winnie (now Nora)

Winnie (now Nora)

DMH - female

Winnie and her 2 siblings, Willow and Wesley, were found abandoned at 3 weeks old and were surrendered into DCH foster care.

Winnie is a very playful and excitable little tabby girl and will need the occasional brush to keep her medium length coat looking neat. Winnie loves playing in cat tunnels and chasing laser lights, when she's not climbing the cat tower! Although very lively, Winnie is also very affectionate and enjoys cuddles, pats and belly rubs.

The $200 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. These kittens are very friendly, litter-trained and socialised with cat-friendly dogs.

Winnie should be an Indoor Only cat!

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

Winnie (now Nora) was adopted on 19 October 2020 after 2 months in foster care

Wesley (now Jeffrey)

Wesley (now Jeffrey)

DSH - male

Wesley and his 2 siblings, Winnie and Willow, were found abandoned at 3 weeks old and were surrendered into DCH foster care.

Wesley has become a confident kitten who is very socialised and likes people, cats and dogs. This playful tabby boy loves exploring but he is also very gentle and loves being cuddled and getting pats.

The $200 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. These kittens are very friendly, litter-trained and socialised with cat-friendly dogs.

Wesley should be an Indoor Only cat!

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

Wesley (now Jeffrey) was adopted on 18 October 2020 after 2 months in foster care

Willow (now Cinder)

Willow (now Cinder)

DSH - female

Willow and her 2 siblings, Winnie and Wesley, were found abandoned at 3 weeks old and were surrendered into DCH foster care.

Willow is a beautiful little black panther with a playful spirit and a loving nature. Willow likes to follow people around the house and will often sit at your feet and meow to be picked up for a cuddle. This very sweet little kitty still enjoys roughhousing with her siblings but always looks for a warm human lap when she's tired.

The $200 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. These kittens are very friendly, litter-trained and socialised with cat-friendly dogs.

Willow should be an Indoor Only cat!

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

Willow (now Cinder) was adopted on 18 October 2020 after 2 months in foster care

Leah

Leah

Jack Russell Terrier - female

Special Needs Puppy with Paralysed Hindlimbs

The lovely, gorgeous baby Leah - she is the image of the perfect Jack Russell. She has stunning markings, is full of personality and loves a rough and tumble. A lovely lady we met on a walk stated it perfectly - 'dogs don't worry about what they don't have, but just love what they do'. Leah does not feel sorry for herself, and is the epitome of a happy puppy!

Leah is approximately 1 year and 4 months old, and at around 1 year old was hit by a car, which has resulted in her losing most function of her back legs. She is able to feel her paws, and sometimes when she isn't off and going as fast as she can, she can prop herself up on all four limbs and take a few steps - her left back leg is the strongest. Since being in care we have made sure to continue physiotherapy on Leah's legs, and have noticed that she is already more willing to use them. However, it is very very unlikely that Leah will ever have full function, or much improvement at all, in the back legs and as such, will need a new family who is willing to help her with this. She has a wheelchair, which she actually finds slows her down a bit, however she is getting used to it. Obviously Leah isn't able to be in the wheelchair all day anyway, and as such it is important that her new family are able to care for sores she can develop on her legs - we use bandages at the moment but something like a baby onesie would be great.

Another consideration with Leah is that she is incontinent - we, her carers, are able to show her new family how to help her urinate, however there is no method to help her defecate and so she is prone to going and she doesn't realise she is doing it. Again, nappies may be good if she was able to get used to them - and tiles are also helpful to clean up easily!!

Leah still loves adventures - we carry her on some walks and then let her down to run in her wheelchair or pull herself along if the ground is soft - a pet carrier that can be used as a back or chest pack would be ideal for her. She is very good with other dogs, and whilst timid to start with, really just wants to play. Leah also LOVES to sunbath, and will happily sit outside with you all day. She isn't a huge fan of car rides, so needs comforting during these trips, but calms again as soon as the car slows and she hops out - she always loves the destination! Whilst Leah has her disability, she is still very much a puppy - she chews up all her toys and LOVES it, she bites still when she plays, and has mad crazy times throughout the day before wanting to be rocked to sleep! As such, Leah will be suited to a family likely without young children, as her nibbling and playing is quite rough at the moment with her being so young! But also needs a family who appreciates that her disability does not stop her wanting to do everything.

Leah is up to date on vaccinations, flea and worm treatment and is desexed and microchipped. Please contact Gemma, her carer, on 0435939858 for more information.

Leah was adopted on 18 October 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Stripes

Stripes

Domestic Short Hair - female

"Stripes" is a gorgeous black and white female kitten with a white stripe right down the middle of her face, she is the cheekiest and most confident of her brothers and sisters and was the first to do everything such as chasing your feet. She loves to play with anything that moves and will give anything a try.

She was rescued from a Western Sydney Council pound and was from a litter of 5 kittens along with their stray Mumma.

We are looking to rehome "Stripes" into a strictly indoors only home.

Has been desexed, microchipped, wormed and flea treated. Has had her 2nd F3 vaccination and will require 1 more additional vaccinations post adoption which are not included in the adoption fee.

Located in Acacia Gardens.

Stripes was adopted on 16 October 2020 after 3 months in foster care

Liam

Liam

Domestic Short Hair - male

Rose (Female) and Liam (Male) are a beautiful bonded pair of black and white kittens with white faces. They both have black beauty spots on their face Rose is on the right and Liam is on the left, these two will play independently but look for each other when it is time to rest and snuggle together and always seek each other out for company. They are a beautiful affectionate pair who want lots of pats and attention.

They was rescued from a Western Sydney Council pound and was from a litter of 5 kittens along with their stray Mumma.

We are looking to rehome them together into a strictly indoors only home.

They have been desexed, microchipped, wormed and flea treated. Has had his 1st F3 vaccination and will require 2 more additional vaccinations post adoption which are not included in the adoption fee.

Located in Acacia Gardens.

Liam was adopted on 10 October 2020 after 3 months in foster care

Saffron

Saffron

Domestic Short Hair - female

**9/6/2020 - Sponsorship Help needed. Saffron has been diagnosed with an over active and enlarged heart. She has been placed onto medication to help control and manage the condition. She has has x-rays and had medications prescribed. Her current vet expenses are expected to be around $250 but this is expected to increase over time. Any help with her vet care is greatly appreciated**

Hi I'm Saffron, Saffy for short.

I'm a sweet and affectionate little girl who thrives on cuddles, kisses and adventure. I might be a mighty midget but great things come in small packages.

Although I'm still half the size of my 4 annoying brothers, have little short legs so I run like a rabbit and was born without a tail I have never let these silly things hold me back. I'm very brave as my foster sister Roxy who is a Golden Retriever doesn't even faze me. She's so fun to sneak up on when she's sleeping and run after when it's playtime.

I have thrived since I came into care as I am a voracious eater. I adore my kitten bickies and wet food, although I have been told by my foster mummy that my table manners leave a lot to be desired.

I love playing with my brothers, chasing their tails, balls and anything else that moves but am also happy to have some quiet time on my own whether it be in our bed or on a blanket on the sofa while my foster family is watching TV. I have a habit of suckling on my brothers when they are sleeping or my foster mummy when we are having a cuddle, this makes me so happy and purr really loud.

You will fall in love with me as soon as you meet me.

Saffton is vet-checked, microchipped, vaccinated and flea/worm treated. She will be desexed prior to re-homing and will be available after 22/6/20 approx.

NOTE: All visits will be by appointment, and in accordance with prevailing social distancing protocols.

  • Thankyou to Gillian for her sponsorship of Saffrons current vet fees
  • Saffron was adopted on 10 October 2020 after 5 months in foster care

    Parker

    Parker

    Domestic Short Hair - female

    Parker's family recently lost their home to a severe storm and have had to make the decision to rehome Parker as they can no longer provide a home as they will be rebuilding and recovering. They have made the heart breaking decision that they need to rehome Parker and find her a new home.

    Parker is now looking for a new family.

    Parker is a gentle, quiet, fuss-free cat. She is toilet-trained and desexed.

    We're looking for a good loving home for Parker to go to.

    She's very affectionate but at the same time independent as well. Doesn't need much attention but loves it when you have time for her. She's happy sitting in her bed sleeping, looking out the window, sun baking.

    Located in Coogee.

    Parker was adopted on 10 October 2020 after 2 months in foster care

    Rose

    Rose

    Domestic Short Hair - mixed

    Rose (Female) and Liam (Male) are a beautiful bonded pair of black and white kittens with white faces. They both have black beauty spots on their face Rose is on the right and Liam is on the left, these two will play independently but look for each other when it is time to rest and snuggle together and always seek each other out for company. They are a beautiful affectionate pair who want lots of pats and attention.

    They was rescued from a Western Sydney Council pound and was from a litter of 5 kittens along with their stray Mumma.

    We are looking to rehome them together into a strictly indoors only home.

    They have been desexed, microchipped, wormed and flea treated. Has had his 1st F3 vaccination and will require 2 more additional vaccinations post adoption which are not included in the adoption fee.

    Located in Acacia Gardens.

    Rose was adopted on 27 September 2020 after 2 months in foster care