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Rehomed Animals

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

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Bently

Bently

Medium x Breed - male

This is Bentley. He?s a real sweetie who loves cuddles and is full of energy. He loves to run around the yard, lie on his mat and chew his toys or sleep on his back. Bentley will be happiest in a home with a strong leader who can provide time for lots of walks and play time. He will require ongoing obedience training and socialisation to ensure he becomes a responsible adult dog, especially as he is likely to grow into a medium to large dog. Bentley already knows how to sit, down and shake and he waits at the door when he needs to go to the toilet as he is perfectly toilet trained. He is good with our 2 other dogs (a pug and a bulldog) and just loves the car as that means outings and he loves outings, he is great on lead and just loves big long walks. Bentley is an inside/outside dog and we will only consider a home where he is welcome inside the house with the owner when they are home. In his current routine he is sleeping outside at night, spending his days outside and spending the evenings inside with the family. On weekends, the house is open and he is free to come and go as he pleases. Bentley will need lots of chew toys to keep him busy as he is still a puppy. He is in care at WARRIMOO

He is in care at WARRIMOO

Bently was adopted on 24 September 2012 after 4 months in foster care

Meeke

Meeke

DMH - female

Meeke has been in foster care for 9 months now and still hasn't found a home. She is a lovely girl that is friendly and likes company but is also very happy to sleep on the bed all day or be outside in the garden. Meeke is great with us winds around out legs for pats and sits on the lounge at night with us but she is shy and a bit timid with new people. Her new owner would need to giver her time to settle in, she is ok with other cats here and is fine with my dogs as long as they dont get in her face.

Meeke is being cared for in the WINDSOR area.

Meeke was adopted on 23 September 2012 after 10 months in foster care

Puss

Puss

DSH - male

Puss is a friendly and lovely natured boy that enjoys playing with his aiblings and being outside. He would love and indoor / outdoor home when he is a bit older. Puss is fully litter trained and ready for his new home now.

Puss was adopted on 21 September 2012 after 5 months in foster care

Bella

Bella

DSH - female

Bella and Edward are two four month old kittens. Having grown up with toddlers in the house, they have very placid temperaments and tolerate children playing with them very well. But as Twilight falls, they get a little craaaaazy as kittens do! They scamper around chasing each other and playing with their toys.

They are closely bonded to each other but can be seperated for rehoming.As they are very young, they would easily adjust to living with a new family. Friendly and placid, you wont find two more deserving kittens who just want to be loved.

Bella and Edward are being cared for in the Wollongong area.

Bella was adopted on 19 September 2012 after 3 weeks in foster care

Monkey

Monkey

DSH - female

This is little Monkey, so called because she likes to hang upside down. She has the most beautiful soft personality and adores people

she even gets excited when you stop to talk to her. Monkey was abandoned with her 2 brothers by her mother when they were only 10 days old. I have bottle raised them since then. Monkey has a gorgeous personality, gets along with all cats and kittens, as loves our large dog to bits, running through her legs and playing with her furry feet. Monkey would fit into any family and keep you laughing at her antics.

Monkey was adopted on 19 September 2012 after 4 months in foster care

Ottis

Ottis

DSH - male

Ottis is a very friendly playful kittens and loves nothing more then to chase his siblings around the house, but he is also more then happy just to sleep on your lap for a nap. Ottis is use to living with other cats and children.

Ottis was adopted on 18 September 2012 after 9 months in foster care

Charlie

Charlie

Border Collie x - male

Charlie is a very gentle 4 year old Border Collie with a 10% unknown cross. He lived with a family on a rural property where he loved the life there. The family moved to the city and while Charlie has adapted well he would love to find a new home, hopefully somewhere where he can run around freely as Border Collies love to do. He loves to chase rabbits and lizards and is constantly looking for something new to do. He is well trained and if someone wants to put in the time, he could benefit from more training as he is a dog who would like a job to do whether it be working or playing. He loves children and has never shown anything other than kindness to everyone, he seems to love people more than dogs as when he is taken to the dog park, he wants to get up close to the dog owners to receive their pats and cuddles.

Charlie would be best suited to someone who is home most of the day as this is what he has become used to and he gets great re-assurance from knowing someone who loves him is nearby. He is very lovable and patient with children. He loves to be inside the house but will wait patiently at the door to be invited in. He is very sociable and gets on well with other dogs and has mixed and played well with other dogs in the house with the foster carer.

Charlie is being cared for in the Hornsby area.

Charlie was adopted on 17 September 2012 after 3 weeks in foster care

Bonny

Bonny

Medium x Breed - female

Bonny has now been found and

Bonny has a very gentle and sweet nature and loves the company of people. She is, however, a nervous dog and needs a confident owner who will imbue her with confidence and won't nurture her nervousness by patting her every time she shows she is nervous. Despite being nervous she is good with strangers and with other dogs. She is not suitable for a family with young children because their energy and unpredictability is likely to make her even more nervous. The foster carer is a dog trainer and can give you tips on how to handle Bonny's nervous.

Bonny is located at North Straithfield

Bonny was adopted on 14 September 2012 after 1 month in foster care

Fluffy

Fluffy

DMH - female

This little girl is only young, uses the litter on her own and has a healthy appetite, she has been with us for a week and was a bit shy at first but she is learning to love cuddles and fell asleep with us purring last night. She was dumped as a young kitten, has now been desexed and is ready for a permanent loving home of her own

Duchess

Duchess

Manx x - female

Duchess is an 2 year old girl, who is very friendly and gentle natured. She loves to laze around, play outside and enjoys a rub on her tummy. Shy at first however it has not taken her long to settle into her new foster home, she is great around kids as she loves the attention and has not been shy when visitors pop in, hanging around to see what is going on. She loves a little time outside but loves the comfort of her lounge chair and warm surrounds inside. She would make a nice companion or great addition to a family. She is de-sexed and litter trained

View Video of Duchess Here

Duchess was adopted on 09 September 2012 after 7 months in foster care