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Rehomed Animals

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

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Frodo

Frodo

DSH - male

Frodo was rescued from Hawkesbury Pound and needed a new home

Frodo was adopted on 23 December 2020 after 1.7 years in foster care

Maddie

Maddie

DMH - female

AVAILABLE FOR MEET AND GREET AND REHOMING NOW!

Mum and her 4 kittens (Lucy, Leo, Maddie and Milo) were surrendered into the care of DCH after being rescued struggling to survive in a back garden. They were all treated for cat flu immediately, only for them to develop ringworm (a common fungal condition) during their recovery. The poor little mites were, however well fed, vet treated, medicated and bathed to make them all better, and basically have been pampered as though they are in a spa! Despite being in isolation in a (rather large) space until recently, they’ve also had a great time - playing with just about anything, getting up to mischief, sleeping, eating, and snuggling with each other and their foster mum.

Like all kittens, they are full of beans in between naps – particularly just after dinner and early morning!

Maddie is a fluffy girl, like her sister and mum. She doesn’t demand attention, but is happy to accept being picked up and stroked. She’s quite playful and was the first kitten to find out how much fun a toilet roll can be! She does love to play with her brother, the mighty Milo.

Now fully healed, each member of the family is ready for his/her furever home. A family without resident cats or dogs would be preferable – so maybe you’d wish to consider adopting more than one of this little tribe! All must be indoor-only kitties – particularly as they all have little pink noses, which can be susceptible to skin cancer.

Maddie is vet checked, microchipped, vaccinated, and desexed. So she is raring to go!

If you are interested in learning more about little Maddie, or wish to visit her at her foster home in Colyton, please contact Daphne.

Maddie was adopted on 22 December 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Atlas

Atlas

DMH - male

Atlas is a beautiful medium hair kitten who loves pats and attention.
He is a very friendly little guy and will make a lovely companion.

He loves his Royal Canin kitten dry food and also enjoys Royal Canin Kitten instinctive wet food.

He seems to be good around kids and a busy household.

He's been microchipped desexed, 1st vaccinated, wormed and has had a flea prevention treatment. He will need an additional 2 vaccinations to be fully immunized however only the 1st vaccination is included in the adoption fee.

Located in the adoption enclosure at PETstock @ Marsden Park. He can be visited during store hours however please call the store in advance as booking are required.
https://www.petstock.com.au/store/petstock-marsden-park

Atlas was adopted on 21 December 2020 after 4 weeks in foster care

Havana

Havana

shd - female

Havana is a sweet little girl who looks like her mummy (torti face, tabby body). She's a very unusual colour. She was born along with 5 other kittens and used the litter box from the age of 4 weeks. She's practicing running, jumping, climbing and eating solids. She also is still feeding off her mum's milk.

Havana was adopted on 21 December 2020 after 4 weeks in foster care

Quezo

Quezo

shd - male

He is a confident boy who walked/ran/climbed/played early. His brother Blaze taught him how to eat wet food before the other siblings. Smart little guy loves practicing his climbing and jumping skills and has been around a small dog but is very cautious. He uses the kitty litter box and gets along with other cats.

Quezo was adopted on 21 December 2020 after 4 weeks in foster care

Cooper

Cooper

shd - male

Cooper is a dark brown tabby boy who is very laid back. He is always the last one out of bed in the morning and the last one into bed at night. He's learning to eat solids, climb, jump, play, run and is good with other cats plus has been around a small dog (with caution). He has used the kitty litter box from at least the age of 4 weeks.

Cooper was adopted on 21 December 2020 after 4 weeks in foster care

Blaze

Blaze

shd - male

He's light orange tabby male who, along with his orange tabby brother walked and ate wet food first. He's slightly bigger than Quezo. He's the first one to learn how to purr. He has used the litter box right from the beginning.
He's an outgoing boy who's been introduced to a small dog and seems to get along with other cats. He was rescued along side his mum and 5 other siblings from the pound.

Blaze was adopted on 21 December 2020 after 4 weeks in foster care

Seb

Seb

DSH - male

Seb, a beautiful ginger boy, with striking flash-like eyebrows and 3 legs.

A typical young adult, Seb loves his sleep, his favourite spot during the day is on his cushion in front of the window, dozing in the sun or watching the world go by.

Seb can still be quite cautious when people are walking around but is getting better with that. He is scared of lound noises and can be easily scared. He is best in a home without young children and without other pets.

He has unfortunately had a major accident and recently and had to have one of his back legs amputated. He is still learning his balance and adjusting to his new life on 3 legs but he won't let this stop him. He has recovered quickly from his surgery.

Like many cats he is still not comfortable with being picked up and cuddled but he’s very friendly and enjoys company. He will allow you to pick him up but you can tell he is not happy about it. He loves a head scratch and a stroke and will cuddle up to his carer in bed, just to be close. He also makes the cutest little squeak when he wants to be noticed so at times there’s lots of squeaking to be heard.

He also enjoys his specific treats and it’s become a bedtime routine after playtime for Seb to jump onto the bed waiting for his carer to bring the treats which he is happy to take from his carers hand. Seb is a very fussy eater and will only eat specific foods.

We believe it is likely that Seb will take some weeks to fully settle into the routine of his new furever home - so may well suit experienced cat people, with lots of time and patience as well as lots of love to share. Their reward will be great.

Seb is an indoor-only kitty. Preference is a single story home with no stairs.

Seb has been microchipped, vaccinated and desexed, so is ready for his new home. He is located in Quakers Hill.

If you are interested in learning more about or providing a home to this gorgeous boy, please contact us.

Seb was adopted on 19 December 2020 after 5 months in foster care

Sam

Sam

DSH - male

Sam was rescued from Hawkesbury pound and is in need of a new home

Sam was adopted on 13 December 2020 after 1.7 years in foster care

Paisley

Paisley

DSH - female

MMMMMM let me see how would I describe Paisley ...well... DIVINE DIVINE DIVINE DIVINE DIVINE.

I am presently just taking expressions of interest as she still has a week or 2 in care but let me tell you this is one gorgeous little girl sweet as , confident , affectionate she has it all.

When Paisley first arrived in care she walked straight up to the resident dogs and smooched each one so yes she would be fine with a cat friendly dog.
She is good mates with the other kitten in care who is slightly older than her and she seems to take everything in her stride. Paisley purred all the way through her vaccinations and microchipping.

Would I like to keep her?? you bet I would but being a foster carer I know that would be counter productive.

Paisley has been flea and worm treated and has her first vaccination and has been micro chipped her adoption fee will cover desexing at one of DCH's approved vets when she is old enough.

Paisley would fit into just about any household.
She is in care in the Granville area.

Paisley was adopted on 12 December 2020 after 3 weeks in foster care