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Rehomed Animals

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

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Blossom

Blossom

Border Collie x Collie Rough - female

Little Blossom is the smallest pup and a big sooky, she always seems to be getting picked on by siblings, but has learn to give it back.

Blossom was adopted on 09 March 2011 after 1 week in foster care

Jasmine

Jasmine

Border Collie x Collie Rough - female

Jasmine stands back and likes to watch play fighting until it settles down, she is not as rough as her siblings.Jasmine has a lovely nature and is very gentle.

Jasmine was adopted on 09 March 2011 after 1 week in foster care

Bohi

Bohi

DMH - female

Bohi is very outgoing, playful and friendly. She wouldn't have any issues adapting to any family environment and would complement the household! She a very pretty little girl with big eyes and lovely colours.

Twin is the shy one. She's quiet and not as playful. She'd be great for someone who want's a quiet, loving cat for a quiet adult household. She loves Bohi and might be sad to be seperated but I think after a few days and lots of pats from humans (which she loves just as much) she'll be fine. I think Twin will also be a great companion.

Bohi was adopted on 09 March 2011 after 1 weeks in foster care

Rajah

Rajah

DSH - male

Looks and Personality - this boy has it all. If you are looking for a lovebug that isinterested in everything you do and will happily be carried around in your arms or sleep on your lap then this darling could be the one for you. He purrs loudly and often and just loves human company. He also gets along well with other cats, is dog friendly, uses the scratching post and is clean with his litter habits. He is a little skittish with strangers but once he gets to know you there is no escaping his loving attention.

Rajah was adopted on 09 March 2011 after 2 months in foster care

Zulu

Zulu

DSH - male

Zulu is a beautiful natured friendly boy. Loves people and loves to play games.

Zulu was adopted on 08 March 2011 after 1 year in foster care

Lotty

Lotty

DSH - female

Lotty is a little more outgoing than her sister and also loves to be petted and cuddled. Her coat is also very soft and white all over but her hair is more of a medium length. She is litter trained and eats well.

Lotty was adopted on 07 March 2011 after 2 months in foster care

Cee Jay

Cee Jay

DSH - female

An elegant cat with silky plush blue-gray coat decorated with marble-like random beige markings. Very very soft to touch and also easy to maintain as it requires minimum grooming. Very social, intelligent and tranquil cat, quiet and clean, typical of the gorgeous personality of both Burmese and Russian Blue. She has a sweet gentle nature, quiet and playful. She has been very well cared for, and she is registered, desexed, microchipped, vaccinated etc. When she goes she'll take her plush cat bed with her, her favourite pillow etc etc. She is free to go to a good home at no cost. It will be very sad for us to let her go but we have moved to a new place and aren't allowed to have pets here. So we want to find a new home where she will be much loved and happy.

LouLou

LouLou

DSH - female

LouLou: thick short haired charcoal blue female kitten. very vocal and sweet. also would love to spend all day and night on your lap or in your arms. loves to be picked up. approximately 10 weeks old.

LouLou was adopted on 04 March 2011 after 1 month in foster care

Oliver

Oliver

male

Oliver: approximately 5-6 weeks old medium haired silver and white tabby kitten. tiny and skinny at the moment sweet boy. a little overwhelmed by all the big kittens at the moment. very affectionate baby

Oliver was adopted on 04 March 2011 after 1 month in foster care

Toby

Toby

Labrador x Golden Retriever - male

Toby is a lovely boy with short hair and a tall, lithe, fit physique (possibly crossed with something a bit taller than a retriever?)He would be suited to a large yard or acreage to enable him to have the exercise that he needs as well as daily walks. He sits, stays, shakes hands and is not aggressive with other dogs, even at meal times.He has a placid nature, gets along extremely well with children, other dogs and is good with cats. He is very observant and would make a great watch dog. He is just an active boy that would love to find someone who can give him the time and attention he needs.He has been surrendered from a family of 4 little children due to a Marriage Breakdown so we would love to find Toby another loving family for his forever home.Toby is de-sexed, microchipped, vaccinated, heart-wormed and registered.Please come to visit Toby to see if you could be this special person who could care for him and make his New Year a happy one.

Toby was adopted on 04 March 2011 after 2 months in foster care