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Rehomed Animals

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

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Picasso

Picasso

DSH - male

Whenever anyone meets Picasso, they can't help but smile

because he's possibly the cutestkitten they've ever seen. Only 8 weeks old, he's tiny but growing up into a playful, affectionate, and adorable cat. He loves to play with all toys

his favourites at the moment are a ball of rolled up aluminium foil, and a toy dinosuar. He's super friendly to everyone, and just like his namesake he loves attention

so he'd be ideal for a household with children. When he's finished playing, he'll crawl into your lap and fall asleep while you pat him. He's completely litter trained and he doesn't wake you up at night, just sleeps on the couch until his breakfast. He's very easy to fall in love with, with his little white socks and his white belly.

Picasso was adopted on 16 January 2011 after 1 month in foster care

Maddie

Maddie

DSH - female

I picked Maddie and her 5 newborn kittens plus her 2 adopted kittens up from an animal shelter.She was fairly shy at first but didn't mind at all if you picked up her kids for a cuddle. She starts to trust very easily as long as shown kindness. She is a beautiful blue grey colour witha short

haired coat, and very pretty eyes. She is a very tiny cat weighing in at under 2.5 kgeven while feeding seven kittens. She loves to sit on your lap and be petted and cuddled. Whenher kittens where 6 weeks old Maddie unforntunately lost the seventh kitten who was underdeveloped.But the other 6 healthy kittens keep her very busy. Whoever picks Maddie as their new furryfamily member will be rewarded with her love and affection.

Maddie was adopted on 16 January 2011 after 2 months in foster care

Noah and Nessie

Noah and Nessie

mixed

Noah and Nessie are brother and sister and it's amazing how different they both are. Noah is tabby in colour, with beautiful markings. He's sweet and loves a good cuddle and he loves to play with his sister but doesnt mind playing alone for a little while.Nessie is the outgoing one of the two and although she loves to explore alone she often takes her big brother along for the adventure. Nessie isn't much of a lap cat unlike her brother but she is open to a good cuddle every now and then. Nessie And Noah are in a very busy home where they currently live with 2 dogs and 1 other cat whom they adore. Although they are happy to do their own thing they are never apart for very long and because they are so close to each other we would love to see them stay together and go to the same forever home. Noah and Nessie are located on the central coast.

Noah and Nessie was adopted on 16 January 2011 after 10 months in foster care

Tinker, Ripple, Romeo, Smudge

Tinker, Ripple, Romeo, Smudge

male

Tinker: female short hair black with faint stripes showing through. Gorgeous large yellow eyes, sleek, elegant, friendly girl. Climbs up your leg if you fail to notice her right away. Very playful and loves rough-housing with the other kittens in the group.

Ripple: female short hair black with a faint orangy/caramel ripples and splotches through her coat and a white spot under her neck on on her tummy. She has yellow eyes. The most friendly and vocal of all the girls in the group. As soon as you sit down she runs and jumps up to sit on your lap. A great climber and jumper, no use in hiding; if you sit down she will be on your lap! Also the smallest in the group.

Romeo: male, medium (?) coat, silver tabbie. He still has blue eyes at the moment; not sure if they will remain that color. He is a little bigger than the others and extremely smoochie and vocal. if you dare to pat another kitten he puts his head under your hand and rubs his own head under it. loves to have his round little tummy rubbed too

Smudge: female short hair black and white with a smudge of white down her nose, yellow eyes, white socks with black on her heels and black body. A little shyer than the rest but still loves to sit on your lap for a rub.

They will be 8 weeks old by December 12th and available to go to their new homes from this time onward and are located in the Campbelltown area.

Tinker, Ripple, Romeo, Smudge was adopted on 14 January 2011 after 1 month in foster care

Spike

Spike

male

Spike-male medium (?) coat orange and white tabby with blue eyes at the moment. Likes to pretend he's tough but really isn't. Quieter than the other boy. Likes to chase his own tail; twirls around and around.....Has a pink nose and would be suited best as an indoor cat. Slightly bigger than all the girls at this point.

Spike was adopted on 14 January 2011 after 1 month in foster care

Miss Marie

Miss Marie

DSH - female

Miss Marie is PERSONALITY PLUS, this kitten purrs the minute you go near her. She is so in love with people and other cats. She is good with kids and wants nothing more than to cuddle with you. Miss Marie is tiny she is almost 3 months old but is the size of a 7 weekold kitten. Im wondering if she will ever grow!If you are looking for a beautiful little kitten that loves everyone then don't lookpast Miss Marie

Miss Marie was adopted on 11 January 2011 after 1 weeks in foster care

Billie, Simba, Ed

Billie, Simba, Ed

DSH - male

She has inherited her mothers beautiful eyes and she has a lovely soft coatof black, light grey and tan hair. Billie loves to play with her brothers, and also loves to have a snuggle.

Simba

Simba looks like a miniature lion except for his fuzzy grey coat. I think he will be a mediumhaired cat as he is so fuzzy. He is very lionlike and stalks and pounces on his brothers and sisters.But when he is tired out he likes to snuggle up to something warm whether that be a person or another cat and go to sleep.

Ed

Ed is the runt of the litter and prefers to play on his own with some toys than wrestle with his siblings as he is so little and not as strong as the others. He loves nothing more than snuggling into your neck and going to sleep. He loves to sit on your shoulder (like a bird) because he is still small enough to do so.His coat is very fuzzy also and I think he will be a medium coat. He is mixture of shades of grey.

Billie, Simba, Ed was adopted on 11 January 2011 after 4 weeks in foster care

Rexy

Rexy

Cross Breed - male

Rexy is a very sweet gentle natured pup, he love nothing more then to follow you around the yard and just hang out with you.He gets along well with other dogs and just loves children, he also walks well on a lead and shakes hands.Rexy will need continued training as he does get very excited at times around people and tends to jump up.

Rexy was adopted on 10 January 2011 after 3 weeks in foster care

Pippa

Pippa

Pomeranian x - female

Pippa is just adorable. She is friendly, playful and gets on with everyone and everything, including my dog and cats. She is an extremely well behaved dog who doesn't bark or yap, and when called, will come to you straight away. The thing that I find irresistible about Pippa is her affectionate nature. She is always ready for a cuddle and loves being anywhere you are.Pippa is a great ball player whether it be a ping pong ball, tennis ball or soccer ball - she'll chase them all. And if she can fit it in her mouth she'll proudly return it to you and wait for the next throw.Pippa would make a wonderful pet in any household especially if there are children because she adores their attention and energy.If you're looking for a gorgeous, loving little dog to add to your household then please come and meet Pippa. I guarantee you'll fall in love with her.

Pippa was adopted on 09 January 2011 after 2 weeks in foster care

Angus

Angus

Cattle x Border Collie - male

Angus is a gorgeous natured cattle dog x Border collie, we estimate his DOB at around 25/10/10.Angus was surrendered to us (Albion Park Vet Hospital) as a 6 weeks old puppy with a broken front leg. He was x-rayed and has been receiving treatment at the clinic since. He has been on strict cage rest with our Nurses taking turns at having him at home.We are looking to find him a loving home with a family that can provide steady exercise and mental stimulation for a working breed of dog. He has been socialised very well with other dogs, cats and children. He has loved his special home time but it's time he established himself in a place of his own.There is a possibility that Angus could develop arthritis later in life and may need pain management if he does. He is an intelligent puppy that has been easy to train including toileting. He is welcome to attend Puppy preschool at Albion Park Vets (if re-homed in the area) for no charge.