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Rehomed Animals

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

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Cadbury

Cadbury

Palouse Gelding

Mr personality! Cadbury is a quiet, easy to handle pony. He has the potential to become a fantastic all-round pony for an experienced, confident child rider. He would make a great pony club / trail / show pony but is not a beginner's pony as he still needs further education. However, he's working well under saddle with an experienced rider. Cadbury is a good doer and is currently in good condition.

Simeon

Simeon

DSH - male

Simeon is a lovely 18 month old boy who had to have his ears removed as they were showing signs of skin cancer. He is now all clear and is looking for a home. He is best suited to a home where there are no other cats as he tends to torment them when he is bored. He would prefer a home where someone is home quite often as he doesn't cope without attention. He was born deaf so has a loud meow and is very vocal. He also has two odd coloured eyes as a result of being deaf. He is a very sweet boy who is looking for a companion. He would suit older children who would understand he cannot hear. He has been aids and leukemia tested and is all clear.

Lisa

Lisa

Tortie - female

Lisa is a lovely Torti girl who has been waiting for a home for sometime now. She is very cheeky and playful and would love sit be sitting on your lounge with you. She loves to play and also loves a cuddle. She would suit a home with older children and gets on well with other cats and dogs.

Carlo

Carlo

DSH - male

Carlo, after being in foster care for 7 years, will remain with his carer permanently after being diagnosed with Lymphomia. He had localised swelling to the face, enlarged lymph nodes and inflammation to his joints with tenderness to his middle body. After anti-inflammatory shots his joing stiffness has improved and for the moment he seems content just lazing around more than usual. Carlo also has a weakened kidney and requires Hills c/d diet for the duration of his life.

While Carlo is fairly happy and showing no signs of distress or pain then he will remain with his foster carer where he is much loved and very comfortable.

We are seeking sponsorship to help cover Carlo's ongoing food and medical costs.

If you can help then please contact Megan on 9627 2767, email dchanimaladoptions@iprimus.com.au or

Thanks to Lynne, Amy and Melissa for their donations towards Carlo's expenses

Cheques can be sent to DCH Animal Adoptions 44 Dingle St Riverstone NSW 2765