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Rehomed Animals

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

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Palouse - gelding

Palouse Gelding 10.2hh, 8yrs

Moonshine was adopted from DCH at Christmas time and with the help of my 4yr old daughter he is now broken to saddle and happy, although green, as a lead rein pony. Sadly, she would like to do competitions and shows and due to Moonshines past he is not quite up to that level yet. He needs a kind and knowledgeable home as he can worry around strange people. Moonshine is good with the farrier and loading on the float. He does not bite or buck, has no major health issues and is up to date with dentist, vaccinations & the farrier.



Domestic Medium Hair - female

Muffin was rescued as a younger kitten by a member of the public who took Muffin into her home and cared for her.

Muffin is now in DCH care and is looking for her furever home.
More details to follow as her carer learns more about her personality.

If you are interested in adopting Muffin, please contact us.

She will come vaccinated (1st F3), microchipped and desexed.

Muffin was adopted on 24 June 2015 after 1 month in foster care

Miss Molly

Miss Molly

Mini x Shetland - filly

Mini x Shetland Filly 8hh, 2yrs.

Miss Molly is an easygoing and adorable pony, she's had basic groundwork education so is good to catch, lead, groom and handle. Molly is unbroken so will need to be sent to a professional for breaking in if she's to be ridden or trained to harness, she'd also be well suited as a companion horse.

Miss Molly was adopted on 17 June 2015 after 2 months in foster care



Australian Riding Pony - mare

Australian Riding Pony Mare 13hh, 12yrs

Lily is a sweet mare who has been well educated to have impeccable ground manners. She's calm and easygoing, with a "been there, done that" attitude due to her former life on the show circuit. She's sociable with other horses and is a good doer. Lily is very tolerant and will make an excellent lead rein pony, she could also be used to teach horse handling skills to young children. She's not suitable for general riding or PC.

Lily was adopted on 15 June 2015 after 1 month in foster care



Domestic Short Hair - female

Abi is the smallest of her litter, and the shyest. She is such a precious and fragile little girl, and is very quiet and very placid. It will take her a while to get used to new people and to feel absolutely comfortable in a new home, but she's an absolute delight and the cutest thing ever. She doesn't enjoy too much play with her siblings, but enjoys playing by herself. She is not aggressive at all, litter trained, and loves to eat everything.

Abi was adopted on 14 June 2015 after 2 months in foster care



Domestic Short Hair - female

Ready for Adoption

Astra was dumped at a local vet. She is a playful, little tricolour female kitten with a lean body. She is very placid and kid friendly. Astra loves to sit on your lap to be stroked and when she is really happy, she will give you kisses.

She is fostered in a home that has two adult cats, her brother Byron. Astra gets on well with others.

Astra is litterbox trained, has been desexed, microchipped and all of her vet work is complete.

Astra is now looking for her furever home. If your interested in adopting her, please contact us.

Astra was adopted on 12 June 2015 after 5 months in foster care



Domestic - male

Two adorable playful brothers Jack and Maxie. Can be adopted together or separately.

Maxie is a silver tabbie and a real cutie. He is a purr machine likes to be held and cuddled like a baby. After he is cuddled he will still follow you around and walk between your legs just to be close. He enjoys the company of other cats, likes to cuddle with them, groom and play together. Initially will be timid with strangers but within a few days will be snuggling in your arms. Most beautiful and adorable face. He still is tiny enough that when he is stretching he looks ready to lose his balance and topple. C U T E !!

Maxie was adopted on 10 June 2015 after 1 month in foster care



DSH - male

Little Mac was dumped as a baby kitten and has been living the good life for a few months but sadly a combination of an existing cat at his new owners place never adjusting to him and an impending long stay in hospital coming up as left his new owner with the hard decision to find a better home for Mac.

Mac is desexed, vaccinated and microchipped and he is a friendly little fellow just waiting for a loving family to take him in.



domestic short hair - female

Martha is a calm, relaxed and very beautiful ebony coloured white socked cat . She has a quiet independent nature and enjoys the company of her carers, staying close by and interacting with all effortlessly. Martha really enjoys a gentle pat on the head and short cuddles from time to time. She is chicken friendly and sociable, she responds well to strangers and other cats. Sleeps in at night and enjoys the outdoors during the day. Fully toilet trained and eats twice a day, does not wander.
Martha would suit a quiet caring couple in a unit or home, large noisy families would not be suitable.
She has not been introduced to dogs and is 12 months old.

martha was adopted on 07 June 2015 after 1 month in foster care



Fox Terrier - female

Hi my name is Dixie, I am a gentle princess awaiting her HAPPY ever AFTER.

Dixie was rescued from a local pound and is an absolutely delightful dog with a very easy going temperament.

Dixie has adapted extremely well to her new lifestyle in foster care. While still young, she is past the chewing stages so your shoes are safe !

Dixie loves getting pats and cuddles. Dixie is about 35cm tall when she stands up.Dixie also loves going for walks , she is learning how to walk on a lead and is proving a fast learner. It would be nice if someone in her new home will continue with these activities. Dixie loves her food and she sleeps on her carer's bed at night.

Dixie loves being bathed - what girl doesn't.
She is good and patient with kids.

She is an active and loyal girl. She would also make a great watch dog, she never strays far from you and really just wants to be someone's companion.

She would be suitable for people who have previous dog experience whether they be an individual or family.

She is an indoor dog currently and is toilet trained.

She has recently received flea treatment been desex , vacinated and

Dixie was adopted on 06 June 2015 after 3 weeks in foster care