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Rehomed Animals

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

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Rega

Rega

Fox Terrier x - male

Rega was rescued from the pound with his brother Aris and together are a happy pair, he is available separately though. He does enjoy a walk, a good belly rub and lots of TLC.Rega is a very happy dog, he is very good around children, my youngest is 9 but we've had friends over with kids as young as 2 and he's been fantastic, He loves a walk and has responded so well to loose lead training. I find him very easy to train but will benefit from ongoing training to improve further. Given he had little when he arrived a week ago he is doing well.

He likes to be around people and will follow you to find out what you're doing. For our recent BBQ he was able to be in the garden without bothering us at the table while we ate, which is great. He is not fussy with his own food either and enjoys a variety of dry and wet foods mixed in with some yummy fresh chicken necks. He's been easy to handle at the vets, travels well in the car, hardly ever barks, in fact an all round fab dog. He won't grow any bigger and is under knee height.

Rega was adopted on 18 April 2011 after 1 month in foster care

Pandora

Pandora

DSH - female

Pandora is a beautiful, small Black and White girl

we estimate about 10 months old. She has had a bit of a rough trot, being found starving and pregnant in the bushland around my house. But the last few months have seen her give birth, and become sleek and healthy as she and her 4 kittens have been cared for in a loving environment. Panda is still scared of strangers but is super friendly once she knows you. Panda's favourite thing is to be stroked

anywhere. She throws herself to the ground purring like a steam engine, then flips onto her back and is in utter ecstasy while you stroke her tummy! She could handle being stroked pretty much all day if you will do it!

Pandora was adopted on 18 April 2011 after 3 months in foster care

Annie

Annie

DSH - female

Annie is an absolute sweetheart whose number 1 thing in life is being cuddled. Whether it's in your lap while you're on the computer, sitting watching TV or reading in bed, Annie will be there. Annie is a very outgoing and social kitten who will play with the other kittens and cats here, but much prefers the company of a human.Since Annie has been in my care, I have found that nothing much phases her including my dog or my 2 boisterous children. Annie is a good eater and is litter trained. Being that Annie is such a happy and content kitten, I believe she would be a wonderful pet for any lucky household.

Annie was adopted on 18 April 2011 after 4 months in foster care

Jango

Jango

Border Collie x - male

Chopper

Chopper

DSH - male

Chopper is a lovely natured friendly boy. He is good with other cats and kittens and is usedto small dogs.

Chopper was adopted on 14 April 2011 after 3 months in foster care

Bella

Bella

DSH - female

Bella is a nice natured cat friendly and is used to other cats, kittens and small dogs.

Bella was adopted on 14 April 2011 after 3 months in foster care

Jett

Jett

DSH - male

Jett was found by some local children dumped in a park in a box with a blanket.He is a gorgeous clumsy little guy who adores cuddles, being cheeky, and relentless playing,bounding up and down stairs, climbing on shoulders, nuzzling hair and nibbling peoples earlobes while purring very loudly all the while.He is very relaxed around kids and loves the company of other younger cats to play with and wrestle.Jett will make a lovely pet for someone willing to give him lots of attention.

Jett was adopted on 12 April 2011 after 3 months in foster care

Vanilla

Vanilla

DSH - female

These kittens are friendly, playful, outgoing little kittens who have no fear of anything. They will be available after 9th April when they are 8 weeks old. Enquiries welcome now.

Vanilla was adopted on 10 April 2011 after 1 week in foster care

Annie

Annie

Jack Russell x Terrier - female

Annie is a gentle, sweet nature, highly intelligent little girl who is also quite timid. She adapts well to routine and change over a short period of time, is well behaved and responds best when approached gently and calmly. She loves the outdoors and a good run, walks well on lead, is great in a leash free safe park enviroment. She is happy to snooze or sleep inside or outdoors. Annie is very BIG on belly rubs which is her favorite thing and this leads to lots of snoozies. She enjoys a balance of loving company and her own space and independence. Annie will be best suited to a quiet, calm indoor and outdoor enviroment with older children as the noise and screams of little ones scare her. She would make a wonderful companion for a sole adopter or a wonderful member of a loving caring family. Annie is an amazing little girl and is picking up the pieces after being abandoned at the pound. p.s. Watch your slippers :).

Annie was adopted on 07 April 2011 after 3 weeks in foster care

Molly

Molly

Medium Cross Breed - female

Molly is an adorable, quiet and very friendly girl who would make a great pet. She has the cutest face is fit, very healthy and has an easy to care for coat. She has some more growing to do but will stay a medium size dog. She likes playing ball and lying down for lots of pats. At a guess she might be a Kelpie x Terrier or Beagle.

Molly has adjusted easily to being part of our family (with 3 kids under 8) and would suit anyone who has love and attention to spare. Molly is currently a happy outside dog and would also love some inside time with her family. She is happy to sit and watch the children play or join in if they call her. She is still at the excitable pup stage but is responding very well to training. She sits, waits and comes when called (well most of the time!). Molly is being cared for in the Hills area and would love to find her forever home.'

Molly was adopted on 07 April 2011 after 1 month in foster care