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Rehomed Animals

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

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Libby

Libby

DSH - female

Libby is the shyer one of the two sisters. She has a beautiful soft, short-haired coat that is all white. She loves to be petted and cuddlled. She is litter trained and eats well.

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

Ruby

Ruby

DSH - female

Nice,friendly little kittens will make nice pets for most households.

These kittens are located in the wollongong area.

Ruby was adopted on 04 March 2011 after 1.3 years in foster care

Kit Kat

Kit Kat

DSH - female

Kit Kat is a lovely kitten who loves chasing and exploring. She loves playing with both her siblings and the toys on offer here.Kit Kat is also an affectionate little girl who will never turn down a cuddle or a pat

as long as you can catch her. Having said that though, she also loves to sleep, especially curled up somewhere warm.Kit Kat is a good eater and is litter trained.I believe Kit Kat would be a wonderful addition to any home.

Kit Kat was adopted on 26 February 2011 after 1 day in foster care

Milly

Milly

DMH - female

Milly is a sweet little girl that would love a forever home. She is fine with other kittens and cats.She loves her food and is fully litter trained. She will be avaliable to go to her new home on the 27th of February.

Milly was adopted on 26 February 2011 after 4 days in foster care

Lenard

Lenard

DSH - male

Lenard is friendly and is good with small cat friendly dogs and enjoy each others company. if you would like to offer lenard a home please give us a call.

Lenard was adopted on 26 February 2011 after 2 months in foster care

Jack

Jack

DSH - male

Jack is quite an adventurous and clever boy, always the first to try something new or work something out. He is all black except for one little white blaze on his chest which is really cute. He purrs the moment you pat him and is very happy to collapse on you for a snooze after a hard day's play. He is clean with his toileting and knows to use the scratching post to sharpen his claws. He is also dog friendly and thinks dog tails are great fun for chasing.

Jack was adopted on 26 February 2011 after 2 months in foster care

Sparrow

Sparrow

DSH - female

Sparrow is quite a petite young girl with slightly longer fur than your average

which is very soft and silky to the touch. Once she gets to know you she is very friendly and chatty, she often does cute little chirrups too. She is very clean with her litter tray and uses the scratching post as all good kitties do. I would say she is dog tolerant as long as the dog is not overly excited, given time this could improve to being dog friendly. She has a really lovely gentle nature and loves to receive lots of pats and head scritches.

Sparrow was adopted on 26 February 2011 after 2 months in foster care

Truffles, Snickers, Twix

Truffles, Snickers, Twix was adopted on 25 February 2011 after 1 day in foster care

Champers

Champers

DSH - male

Champers (short for Champagne) came into care on New Year's Eve with his 3 brothers following the death of their mother.Champers is an absolute sweetheart who has become a family favourite. He loves being cuddled and out of all his siblings, Champers is the snuggle pot. It's not uncommon for Champers to jump up on my bed during the night and snuggle into my neck before purring himself, and me, off to sleep.Although he is happy with his own company, Champers also plays happily with the other kittens/cats here. He's not overly fond of the dogs but has learnt to keep out of their way.Champers is a good eater and uses the litter tray.Because Champers is a such a friendly and affectionate kitten I believe he would be a wonderful addition to any household.

Champers was adopted on 25 February 2011 after 1 month in foster care

Oscar and Charli

Oscar and Charli

mixed breed - mixed

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Oscar (30kg) and Charli (25kg) are just lovely dogs They are brother and sister and VERY bonded to each other. We would very much like to keep them together but will separate them providing neither end up as only dogs. They are obedience trained (SIT, COME, STAY, HEEL) and have good manners with food.

Sometimes they can be a little timid with new things but they quickly gain confidence when around calm people. For this reason we suggest they are better suited to older children

say 8 years and over.

They would be very suited to acreage or a large yard as they play together for hours. Having said that, they are well socialised and have mixed with dogs of all shapes and sizes in off-leash parks ever since they were puppies.

Oscar and Charli are located in the inner west of Sydney and a discount will be offered if they are adopted together.

Charli and her brother Oscar developed a gastro illness shortly after coming out of the pound. They were very ill and their smaller sibling didn't make it. Luckily Charli and Oscar proved to be fighters and they made a full recovery and are now doing well.

The vet bills for their time in hospital came to $1,337.50. If you can help sponsor some of these additional vet costs please call Megan on 9627 2767 or email dchanimaladoptions@iprimus.com.au or click below.

Thank you to Roland, Andrew, Natalie, Haidee, Breeda, Ashleigh, Adam, Lainie, Nicole, Art, Georghios, Jenni and Alison for their generous donations. These vet fees have now been fully covered.

Oscar and Charli was adopted on 24 February 2011 after 2 months in foster care