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Rehomed Animals

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

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Berlioz

Berlioz

Manx x - male

Berlioz was adopted on 02 July 2011 after 4 weeks in foster care

Apricot

Apricot

DSH - female

Apricot came into care after being found huddled in a carpark, scared to death. She was dreadfully underweight, flea infested and someone had cruelly cut all the whiskers on her face off. But all that's in the past now. Since being in care, Apricot has put on lots of weight, is free of fleas and worms and is getting lots and lots of TLC. And her whiskers are slowly growing back. Apricot herself is a lovely cat. While she is quiet and reserved she is also friendly and will never turn down any affection that's on offer. Apricot is predominantly an indoors cat but does enjoy spending a small amount of time outside in the sun. Apricot is a good eater and is litter trained. She gets on with the other cats here but does not like dogs. If you're looking for a gentle and sweet natured cat then look no further than Apricot. She really deserves a happier life than the one she's had so far.

Apricot was adopted on 01 July 2011 after 3 weeks in foster care

Eden

Eden

DMH - female

Thank you to Susan for sponsoring Eden's desexing costs

Eden came into foster care with her kittens after being taken to the pound by her owners in a filty box they were all covered in poo and urine they smelt like nothing else pound staff had to bath them all before putting them in the cattery. Eden is a lovely natured girl despite all she has been though and loves human company. She is great with my 2 yr old son so would be a great family cat. Eden is good with all the other cats here male and female and is also fine with my dogs and foster dogs. Eden is both an indoor and outdoor cat at her carer's place.

Eden was adopted on 28 June 2011 after 1 month in foster care

Kelsie and Sam

Kelsie and Sam

Shetland Sheepdogs - female

Kelsie and Sam are adorable, pure Shetland Sheepdogs (Shelties); both are gorgeous looking, especially Sam who is stunning. Both are timid dogs, however Kelsie is willing to try to trust you and has become more confident in my company over the last month than Sam has. He is extremely shy and he sticks to Kelsie's side to only go where she does. If a stranger comes into the garden he shoots away giving himself a 10 metre escape route, whereas she may decide to come over for a sniff and a pat if she's feeling confident with me around. They came into foster care as a pair and they must be re-homed as a pair, as Sam is so reliant on Kelsie, he uses her as his little security blanket and it would be very damaging to his mental health to stress him out by separating him from her. He does like to go out for a walk and is quite spritely, whereas Kelsie dawdles along in no hurry what so ever. They don't bark, don't destroy anything, they are inside/outside, fully grown now and below knee height. They do require regular grooming to maintain the spectacular coat but it's really no issue for either. Both are easy to travel and placid at the vets. They have both been de-sexed, vaccinated, micro chipped and had all their worming done, so ready to look for their special home right now. Given their nature their ideal home will be where they are the only dogs, and to a family who can be kind and patient and not pressure them into contact where none is wanted. They must be inside/outside, preferably in a home with no children or much older teens who understand their need for space and security exit routes. To ensure the best possible happy ending for this wonderful pair a home inspection will be required prior to adoption.

Kelsie and Sam was adopted on 28 June 2011 after 2 months in foster care

Lexi

Lexi

DSH - female

Lexi is a beautiful natured cat that loves people and cuddles. lexi isn't to fond ofother cats though so would need to be an only cat.

Lexi was adopted on 28 June 2011 after 7 months in foster care

Boof

Boof

DMH - male

Boof is a big fluffy ball of a kitten who is just adorable. He loves doing everything that a kitten loves doing

playing, hiding, eating and being cuddled. Boof is a good eater and is litter trained. If you're after a kitten with a lovely nature who enjoys having fun then Boof is the kitten for you. Boof is not available for interstate adoption.

Boof was adopted on 25 June 2011 after 3 days in foster care

Miranda

Miranda

DMH - female

Miranda may not be the best looking cat in the world, but she is affectionate and gentle and a wonderful mother to her three kittens.

Miranda loves nothing more than being around me and will take every opportunity to brush up against my legs for a scratch or a cuddle. Miranda gets along with the other cats I have here but would be a great deal happier if she didn't have to share with my dogs. :) Miranda is a great eater and is litter trained. She likes to spend time outdoors but is a predominantly indoors cat.

If you think you can offer this gentle and loving soul a home, please contact me.

Miranda was adopted on 25 June 2011 after 4 weeks in foster care

Pippy

Pippy

DSH - female

Pippy is very playful and loves chasing her mouse. She loves to follow you around the house and is very inquisitive as she inspects everything. She is very funny making us laugh at her crazy antics. After wearing herself out she loves to lay on the lounge and have some cuddles where she purrs like a steam train, she quite happily follows us to bed and makes her spot at the end of the bed. She has unusual markings - Torti AND tabby on her back with a snow-white tummy and legs. Pippy is very gentle natured and will make a wonderful companion to someone willing to give her a loving home. She is completely litter trained.

Pippy was adopted on 24 June 2011 after 5 months in foster care

Simba

Simba

DSH - male

Oh I just can't wait to be King!

Thankfully there is such a thing as a bakers dozen so I've not been overlooked for special treatment yet again!

Simba is, like his namesake from The Lion King, a loveable, energetic and intelligent kitten. He adores cuddles with humans of all ages and sizes and is especially good with children as he loves attention and playing. He never scratches or bites, even when playing, and is incredibly gentle. You can watch this one play for hours

his favourite toys are scrunched up pieces of paper which he pounces on with extreme excitement. He's de-sexed, litter trained, free of fleas and in excellent health. He's been an indoors cat so far and will make an excellent lifelong companion. Can you give this king-in-waiting a throne to sit upon? If you would like to meet Simba, please contact us. How long has he been in care: 6 months and where did he come from? Simba came from Hawkesbury Pound when only 6 weeks old along with his mum and 5 siblings. He is the only kitten from the litter still waiting his turn to be adopted.

Simba was adopted on 21 June 2011 after 5 months in foster care

Chole

Chole

DMH - female

Chole was adopted on 20 June 2011 after 5 days in foster care