Rehomed Animals

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

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Lou Lou AKA Lulu

Lou Lou AKA Lulu

Ragdoll - female

Lulu AKA Lou Lou has been surrendered into DCH care to help rehome her into a loving home with lots of attention.
Lou Lou has a beautiful nature and is looking for a quiet home to retire in.

She has had a previous injury which involved a skull fracture where she became blind in 1 eye and has reduced sight in the other. She requires ongoing lubricating eye drops twice a day in both eyes. Due to this she must go to an indoor only home where she will be safe.

Lou Lou enjoys soaking up the sun and relaxing in her bed or next to her human. Lou Lou would suit a home with no children or other cats although she has shown the ability to get along with a calm dog whilst in foster care.

She is Microchipped and has previously been desexed. Her microchip has been updated to confirm she is desexed but we don't have a desexing certificate for her.

She comes flea treated and wormed and is up to date with vaccinations.

If you think you’re the right home for Lou Lou we’d love to hear from you!.

Lou Lou AKA Lulu was adopted on 09 January 2023 after 4 months in foster care

Toro

Toro

Staffy x - male

Toro was born in DCH care after his mother was found wandering the streets as a stray
He is a very happy and outgoing puppy and is the last one left in his litter
He is learning to walk on the lead and picks up commands very easily
He is toilet trained and is happy to sit with you on the lounge
Toro would only be suited to a house with a fully fenced backyard and is not suited to a unit or apartment
If you believe you can give Toro a great home then please contact his carer

Toro was adopted on 05 January 2023 after 4 months in foster care

Tubbo

Tubbo

Domestic Short Hair - male

Tubbo is the largest of the litter and has been raised with humans her whole life!

Tubbo was adopted on 30 December 2022 after 1 month in foster care

Andi

Andi

Domestic Short Hair - female

Andi is a major sweetheart and has been raised with humans her whole life!

Andi was adopted on 30 December 2022 after 1 month in foster care

Tigga

Tigga

Pomeranian X Chihuahua - male

Hello, I'm cuteness overload, otherwise known as Tigga.

I'm an older placid guy looking for a new home as my owner surrendered me to move to a nursing home. I have a grade 3 Heart Murmur which does not need medications at this point in time. Adopters must consider whether they will be able to support any medications Tigga may have to take in the future. Caridsure is the most popular medication for heart murmurs.

I am non-reactive, like quality soft food (as I only have 1 toofie), affectionate, and I like older children and adults. I enjoy sitting close to you, and I'll put my paw out on your arm for affection. I have learnt to use the doggie door and am fully toilet trained.

A word from his foster carer: Tigga is quiet and has a low pitched occasional bark. He loves pottering around in the garden so an outdoors area is a must. Is okay being left alone for short periods of time and is excited to see you when you return. He will not leave your side when you're home.

Tigga is desexed and is ready for adoption.

Adoption enquiries to his Foster Carer are welcomed by e-mail but please make sure you meet the criteria of having a garden/yard for him to potter around.

Tigga was adopted on 28 December 2022 after 1 month in foster care

Koko

Koko

Domestic Short Hair - male

Koko, and his brother Kiki, were found dumped in a warehouse at 4 weeks of age. They are very friendly kittens that love to play. Koko has a very sweet nature and loves people, cuddles and nose kisses. He is adventurous and cheeky and loves to wrestle and explore.

Koko is litter trained and will be desexed, microchipped and vaccinated prior to rehoming. He will be ready for his new home in December.

**Koko and his brother arrived into care with a fungal infection which has since been treated and given the all clear by the vet.

Koko was adopted on 23 December 2022 after 1 month in foster care

Kiki

Kiki

Domestic Short Hair - male

Kiki, and his brother Koko, were found dumped in a warehouse at 4 weeks of age. They are very friendly kittens that love to play. Kiki likes to run and chase his sibling. He is super cute and likes to stand on his hind legs like a little meerkat. Kiki loves to climb up your back and sit on your shoulder.

Kiki is litter trained and will be desexed, microchipped and vaccinated prior to rehoming. He will be ready for his new home late December. Kiki is eating Royal Canin Mother and Babycat dry and wet food.

Kiki and his brother arrived into care with a fungal infection which has since been treated and given the all clear by the vet.

Kiki was adopted on 23 December 2022 after 1 month in foster care

Flash

Flash

DSH - male

Poor Flash came into care after being found during a storm in an industrial site. He arrived extremely skinny and sopping wet. He was found after meowing at strangers for help and so he found his way into care and he's blossomed into a healthy young man, full of beans and ready for his forever home to come along.

Flash took about 24hrs to trust his foster family but he is the sort that will be a bit spooked by visitors. Once he gets to know you however his true, super friendly nature comes to the fore. He is an affectionate boy who is easy to handle but is generally more interested in playing than getting cuddles (although he will settle on your lap when it suits him so he's not always on the go). He isn't noisy unless he thinks his dinner is late and then he'll greet you with a little meow. He has a SUPER soft lovely tabby coat with spotted belly and he's quite the purrer when he's in a calmer mood.

Flash is a go-getter so not suitable for small apartment living and while he currently lives with primary school age kids and is absolutely fine, it's the adults he tends to bond with most.

Flash gets along really well with other cats and would probably enjoy another young cat to rumble with. He should be ok with dogs once he gets to know them too. He is a great all rounder and will make a wonderful addition to any family after a playful, sweet natured cat who is willing to allow him that initial period to settle into his new home.

Flash was adopted on 22 December 2022 after 9 months in foster care

Lizzie

Lizzie

Domestic Short Hair - female

Lizzie is a gorgeous little girl who is fast coming out of her shell. She was really shy when we first got her but now she greets me in the morning with lots of meows and runs up my leg to try to give my face head-butts. She is trying very hard to become friends with our permanent cat in the house but he's not making it easy for her.

We have 2 young kids in the house and she does surprisingly well with them both. Loves to play with them and will curl up for a cuddle at any time of day. She is very chill for a kitten, but don't get me wrong, she loves a toy on a stick being waved at her and loves to hunt.

Lizzie is eating well and is fully litter box trained. She has just been desexed (18/10/22) and will have her follow up apt on 25/10/22 after which she will be ready for her forever home.

Please feel free to call, text or email for more details or to set up a time to come by and see her. We're in Erskine Park.

Lizzie was adopted on 20 December 2022 after 2 months in foster care

Azula

Azula

Domestic Short Hair - female

Azula has found herself in a Council pound facility and has been taken into care by DCH.

Azula is a very friendly cat and is very vocal and affectionate. She loves head rubs and pats. She talks for her food and enjoys being inside. Sometimes she acts like a kitten and can be full energy and can play and interact like a kitten.

Azula has been desexed and is now ready and waiting to find her new forever home.

Azula was adopted on 19 December 2022 after 2 months in foster care