Rehomed Animals

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

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Henry

Henry

Rabbit - male

I am looking to find my bun - Henry a new loving home.

As much as it pains me to let him go, I want him to have a better life. One where he has more time outside his cage (currently 2-4 hours a day), one with more grass or even friends! He is a delightful and affectionate bun - he loves his cuddles especially during winter! Hoping to rehome Henry to a lovely and welcoming home with grass and possibly another bunny friend.

I have all of his original paperwork and have been keeping up with his vaccinations every 6 months. He was born in January 2018 and I originally adopted him in July 2018 when he was 6 months old.

I'm based in Sydenham, NSW. The ultimate solution would be an open adoption as I'd love to receive updates and pictures every now and again if that was possible.

Tiddles

Tiddles

Domestic Short Hair - male

Tiddles is unfortunately in search of a new home due to no fault of his own and has been surrendered into DCH foster care.

A DCH volunteer just happened to meet Tiddles while he was boarding at a vet clinic. Tiddles kept bashing and rubbing up on the door wanting attention. He managed to get the attention of our volunteer and after making his presence known, we have offered to help him find a new home due to the situation he was in.

He is a strikingly beautiful 9 year old ginger cat and he loves pats and loves to rub up on you. He is a big fan of chin rubs. He is happy to sit on your lap as he used to do this with his previous mum but once you have earned his trust.

Tiddles only likes a certain amount of attention and it has to be on his terms. He will tell you when he has had enough and does not want to be touched any more.

He loves attention but seems to like it most when he is on the ground and asking for attention on his terms. He does not like to have his feet touched.

He used to be allowed about an hour outside in the sun with his previous owner but is mostly an indoors cat.

He is not a fussy cat and will eat most things.

Health Information:
Desexed.
Vaccinated 21/8/2019. Next due 21/8/2020
He has been wormed and flea treated,
Has some plaque on his teeth and a future dental clean may be needed.

Located in North Ryde.

Tiddles was adopted on 23 October 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Audrey

Audrey

DSH - female

Audrey was found alone by a good Samaritan – no mummy or siblings in sight – and came into care at 6 weeks old. She was fostered with multiple other kittens at the same time and happily played and snuggled with them all, so would make a great companion for other felines. She is dog friendly too.

As well as stunningly beautiful, Audrey is a remarkably affectionate kitty, and she’ll jump on a lap as soon as its available. She loves a smooch , and cutely head butts and kneads her people. She is a quiet, no fuss kind of kitty, but also very playful, bold and active.

Audrey has been raised as an indoor-only kitten, so her new home needs to be indoor only too. Undemanding, she would be a loving companion for a couple, a single or a family in return for your loving care. Given her busy foster environment, though, she probably would be lonely if left alone for long periods.
Audrey is vet-checked, microchipped, vaccinated and de-sexed.

She is welcoming visits from possible furever families at her foster home in Hoxton Park. Please call or text her carer, Karen, to arrange a meet and greet.

Audrey was adopted on 22 October 2019 after 10 months in foster care

Kareen

Kareen

Staffy - female

Little Kareen has recently been rescued from a regional pound and is now living in her foster carers house with her sister; they are both approximately 6-7 months old.

She was initially a little shy but it was clear that Kareen just loves people and affection, and was up on the couch with her carer as soon as she saw it was okay!

Kareen is living with 5 other dogs at the moment, males and females, that are larger than herself and she is absolutely fine, so should be happy going to a home that has other dogs after an introduction.

Kareen will be microchipped, vaccinated and desexed soon, so will be ready for her new home towards the end of the month.

Please call Rod her carer to organise meeting her in her Revesby foster home and for more information!

Kareen was adopted on 18 October 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Blackie

Blackie

Domestic Medium Hair - female

Blackie is in foster care with her 4 siblings. She is the cheekiest out of the litter and always makes her foster carer laugh with her funny antics. Blackie has flecks of grey in her coat which may or may not change as she grows. Blackie is looking for a safe, happy home where she will always be loved and treated as part of the family.

Blackie will be big enough for rehoming in November. Please ring or text her foster carer if you would like to meet her. Her adoption fee includes microchipping, desexing and her 1st kitten vaccination. She is litter-trained and up to date with flea and worm treatments.

Blackie was adopted on 18 October 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Cinnamon

Cinnamon

Domestic Short Hair - female

Cinnamon is in foster care with her 3 sisters and one brother. She is the biggest of her litter and the cleverest. Cinnamon is friendly, confident, playful and active. She is looking for an indoor only home.

Cinnamon will be ready for her new home late Oct/early Nov. Please ring or text her foster carer if you would like to meet her. Her adoption fee includes microchipping, desexing and her 1st kitten vaccination. She is litter-trained and up to date with her flea and worm treatment. Cinnamon is in foster care in Glenmore Park, NSW.

Cinnamon was adopted on 18 October 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Nutmeg

Nutmeg

Domestic Short Hair - female

Nutmeg is in foster care with her 4 siblings. She is a happy, social kitten that likes to be near her foster mum and climb all over her. Nutmeg is looking for a safe, happy indoor-only home where she will always be loved and be part of the family.

Nutmeg will be big enough for rehoming in November. Please ring or text her foster carer if you would like to meet her. Her adoption fee includes microchipping, desexing and her 1st kitten vaccination. She is litter-trained and up to date with her flea and worm treatment.

Nutmeg was adopted on 18 October 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Archie

Archie

Domestic Medium Hair - male

Archie is in foster care with his 4 sisters. He is a loveable little purring machine, and was the first of his litter to learn how to run and to pick his favourite sleeping spot in the room. Archie is an affectionate, clever little guy who will bring lots of warmth and love to his new forever family.

Archie will be big enough to go to his new family late Oct/early Nov. Pre-adoption enquiries are most welcome, but please text or ring his foster carer. Archie's adoption fee includes his desexing, microchipping and 1st kitten vaccination. He is litter trained and up to date with flea and worm treatments.

Archie was adopted on 18 October 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Missy

Missy

Domestic Medium Hair - female

Missy is being fostered with her 4 siblings in the Penrith area. She is sweet, affectionate and loves to play.

Missy will be big enough for rehoming end of October/beginning of November. Please ring or text her foster carer if you would like to meet her. Her adoption fee includes microchipping, desexing and her 1st kitten vaccination. She is litter-trained and up to date with her flea and worm treatment.

Missy was adopted on 18 October 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Roo

Roo

Cattle x Kelpie - male

Roo is a high energy dog who would do best going to someone with space for him to run around and with someone who is an experienced dog owner.

I’d imagine he would make a great working dog if someone were to teach him the ropes as he loves to run and is very instinctual.

Roo is an absolute goof-ball and provides endless giggles! He loves to play fetch tho is not very good an bringing things back and is always up for a game of tug (but watch your fingers!).

He plays well will other dogs but can often be too rough and boisterous for the little ones.

He is house trained and knows basic commands (sit, stay, leave it, lie down, shake, on your mat, come).
He walks well on lead but sometimes jumps up and grabs the lead to play tug and it can be difficult to get him to stop.

This ball of energy loves a cuddle and is extremely affectionate and loyal. He is also used to living inside with the family and quickly becomes your second shadow.

House Trained: Yes

Behaviour around other animals: OK with animals generally but can be to rough for smaller dogs.

Behaviour with Kids: Jumps on them but eventually settles

General Behavioural Issues: Gets over excited and can be nippy. Jumps on people to greet in particular children. Additional training should help.

Vaccinated: Yes

Desexed: Yes