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Rehomed Animals

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

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Oscar

Oscar

DSH - male

Oscar is a chubby, affectionate, mischievious little boy. He is very athletic, runs and leaps off my bed a great speed for fun. He loves to play with his toys (or anything really) and attacks my feet while I am talking on the phone to get my attention. He has a dense blue colored coat with some silver stripes and silver circles on his belly and a cute round little face. His eyes are at the moment a blue/green but are still changing.

Oscar was adopted on 28 January 2012 after 1 week in foster care

Memphis

Memphis

Seal Point Siamese - female

Memphis is a 3 year old Seal Point Siamese female. She is the dominate female out of the three girls. She is extremely affectionate, vocal girl who loves attention. She has gorgeous startling royal blue eyes. Memphis is so smart she plays fetch! At the moment her favorite thing to fetch is a paper lotus my son made at the Buddist temple in Wollongong (maybe she knows something we don't!)

Memphis was adopted on 28 January 2012 after 2 weeks in foster care

Oddie

Oddie

DSH - male

Oddie 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. Oddie is use to living with other cats and children.

Oddie was adopted on 25 January 2012 after 1 month in foster care

Kiwi

Kiwi

DSH - female

Kiwi was adopted on 23 January 2012 after today in foster care

Mufasa

Mufasa

Pomeranian - male

Mufasa was adopted on 23 January 2012 after 1 weeks in foster care

Abbey

Abbey

DSH - female

Abbey is a beautiful friendly little girl who loves to play and cuddle. She is very healthy and is used to having children, other cats, and a dog around. She will make a lovely pet, and will fit happily into most homes.

Abbey was adopted on 22 January 2012 after 6 days in foster care

Keena

Keena

Point Siamese - female

Keena is a 9 year old Chocolate Point Siamese de sexed female with blue eyes. She is very quiet and reserved at the moment.

Keena was adopted on 21 January 2012 after 5 days in foster care

Bluebell

Bluebell

DSH - female

Bluebell was rescued from Hawkesbury Pound. She is a darling little girl who loves to play with her toys and siblings as well as having lots of cuddles with me. She is litter trained eats dry and wet kitten food, Bluebell is just a delightful little kitten. Bluebell just needs to put on a few grams before she is able to be adopted but should not be more than about 2 weeks. She is very socialised and lives with older cats, a maltese dog and various foster brothers and sisters so should fit in well in almost any home.You are welcome to come and see Bluebell I know you will fall in love with her just as I have.

Bluebell was adopted on 20 January 2012 after 1 week in foster care

Leila

Leila

DSH - female

Leila was born in an old broken down car and her birth date is 8.10.2011. A kind lady was with her feral mum when she was having her litter of kittens so we definitely know the correct date. She had to be bottle fed for a few weeks following her move into foster care as she was only about 3 weeks old at the time. This little girl was found in a dump bin with her siblings where her mum had moved them to thinking they would be safe in there for the day. Some cat loving men found them in the dump bin and took them to the kind lady. Leila is a bundle of purring chubby kitten. She loves people, her food, and chasing around after other kittens. She is great with all cats and kittens of different ages and also mixes well with our large dog.

Leila was adopted on 15 January 2012 after 1 weeks in foster care

Peeps

Peeps

DMH - female

Peeps is a gorgeous little kitten who is playful, adventurous and extremely affectionate. She loves playing with the other kittens here especially if it involves running after them at break neck speed. Peeps also enjoys spending her time trying to catch flies, jumping on empty plastic bags and hiding in my pantry. When she's had enough of playing or needs a cuddle though, Peeps won't think twice about climbing into your lap and falling asleep purring quietly. Peeps is a good eater and is completely litter trained. She gets along extremely well with the older cats here and my three dogs don't bother her at all. If you're looking for a kitten with personality plus then look no further than Peeps. Peeps is not available for adoption until the 6th of January but if you would like to meet with her beforehand, please do not hesitate in contacting me.

Peeps was adopted on 15 January 2012 after 2 weeks in foster care