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Rehomed Animals

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

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Ginge

Ginge

DSH - female

Ginge lived in a feral colony at a factory unit where she was seen to become pregnant a number of times, but never turned up with any kittens after giving birth. We managed to trap Ginge just before she was to give birth to a litter of kittens which arrived on the 26.9.2012. Only 2 of her 5 kittens survived with 1 getting stuck and taking a very long time to appear, that kitten was still born. When her 5th kitten also arrived still born, poor Ginge cleaned it up, and howled for hours, and kept looking to where the kitten lay not moving. Ginge was an excellent mum to the 2 surviving kittens and cared for them till they were weaned and for weeks after that stage. Ginge was not suitable for re-homing as she never accepted being around humans, so the decision was made to desex and ear tag her and release her back into her colony. Her integration back into that colony has gone extremely well and she will never again have to go through having kittens in such circumstances thanks to DCH ensuring she was desexed before release.

Ivy

Ivy

DSH - female

Will be Rehomed when of Age 5/12/11

Ivy is probably the cheekiest of the litter and lives up to the reputation of being a naughty torti. Also very confident and busy little girl who loves people and rushes in to everything new head first.

Rex

Rex

DSH - male

Will be Rehomed when of Age 5/12/11

Rex is super confident, smoochy and affectionate. First kitten to come running for some attention and is already proving to be a real lap cat.

Lincoln

Lincoln

DSH - male

Will be Rehomed when of Age 5/12/11

Lincoln is a more serious little boy who also likes attention although not as outgoing as his siblings. Lincoln is very calm and likes to asses everything first.

Bonnie

Bonnie

DSH - female

Bonnie he is a sweety pie. Is fond of her human but also has an independent nature. She will come to greet you in the morning, loves her rub and then happily goes off to play with her siblings. She gets on well with the other cats in the house and will fit well into any loving home.

Ralph

Ralph

male

Ralph is available for $90 which is a partial reimbursement towards his desexing and vaccination costs

Ralph is an awesome young gingey boy, he is approximately 18 months old and was surrendered into a vet clinic because his owner didn't want to wait 15mins for an appointment. He was brought in to the clinic to have his leg looked at because he was limping at the time but he is now doing fine. He is one laid back dude who seems to take everything in his stride, he definitely isn't fazed by much. He likes dogs and kids (I'm not sure how he would get on with other cats but i'm guessing he'd be fine with them too) and is very smoochy, playful and quite entertaining! He loves to spin in circles chasing his tail, plays ball and is very handsome. He is desexed, vaccinated, microchipped and house trained. So if you are interested in giving a special boy like Ralph a loving home, he will give you so much in return.

Houdini

Houdini

male

Don't be fooled by Houdini's name, this little kitty isn't a trickster or an escape artist! Instead, very affectionate and playful are his trademarks! Poor little Houdini was an unwanted stray adolescent kitten before he was taken in by the clinic to be desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, de-flead, de-wormed and generally loved! This little boy is a happy, playful chap that gets on well with other cats and is currently living at a vet clinic with a resident dog, and gets pats from the visiting clients. Energetic and full of fun, Houdini would suit a family without small children and who would like to add a gorgeous, furry friend to their family. Please contact Burwood Road Vet or come and visit him at the clicnic at: 48 Burwood Road, Concord. Adoption fee by donation.

Biscuit

Biscuit

Purebred Small Samoyed - female

1 year old Purebred small female Samoyed. Height: 40cm, weight: 13kgs. Beautiful boisterous temperament, very high energy and can't get enough attention. She is a little mischievous and needs a little more ongoing training. She would need active owners to be able to keep up with her. Biscuit is great with children, cats and other dogs. Does require lots of exercise and grooming. Walks well on a harness and very much loves her walks, she gets so excited at that time. She is not a fussy eater and is a very happy, active 12 month old puppy. She is best mates with Snowflake, the 18 month old Spitz

Snowflake

Snowflake

Purebred Japanese Spitz - female

18 months old Purebred female Japanese Spitz. Height: 30cm, weight: 7kgs. She has a nice quiet relaxed temperament and is not a high energy girl, just very playful and loves cuddles.

She also loves her walks and gets very excited at that time, she walks well on a harness and is good with cats, other dogs and children. She is a good eater, not a fuss pot and is just a really lovely natured little girl. She is best mates with Biscuit, the 12 month old Samoyed.

Harper

Harper

DSH - female

She's a silver tabby with a timy bit of ginger on her forehead and this light grey stripes and spots on her body. She looks like a little snow leopard and is the most affectionate kitten ever! She is kitty litter savvy, and she snuggles up to me all the time!