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Rehomed Animals

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

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Abby (Einstein)

Abby (Einstein)

DSH - female

Abby was found as a little kitten behind a warehouse together with 3 siblings, but no mother. She has proved to be a very smart, outgoing little girl ever since she came into care, so we just had to nickname her Einstein.

Abby is certainly the most adventurous of the 4 siblings, caring for and leading her little brothers around. She lives very harmoniously with a further half dozen kittens care, and has also had exposure to a Kelpie dog - under supervision.

Quiet and uncomplaining, Abby can be a little shy at the start, but becomes ultra smoochie once she has time to know people. She has a very sweet nature and loves to sleep on her carer’s bed at night.

An indoor-only kitty, Abby is very happy with her humans and her furry friends. She will be a delightful addition to her new furever family.

Abby is microchipped, vaccinated and de-sexed.

Please text or call her carer, Karen to arrange to visit Abby at her foster home in Hoxton Park.

We are also looking for sponsorship for Abby because her treatment for an infected cyst resulted in vet costs of $350. Abby has recovered fully and swiftly, with no ongoing issues.

Abby (Einstein) was adopted on 14 July 2019 after 8 months in foster care



shd - female

Some kittens get overlooked through no fault of their own - just so many kitty-cats available. Then, as they mature, there are fewer enquiries as many potential adopters focus on the tiny kittens.
We are profiling some of our beautiful cat/kittens over the next few weeks. A slightly older kitten can still be playful, but more tolerant of absences and well socialised.

This is Cookie. a snow white female kitty who came into care from the pound with another 8 kittens. She was raised with 4 mixed litters – at one stage a total of 13 kittens! - so she clearly would suit a home with other felines.

Cookie is a small boned cute little girl, but this doesn’t stop her playing with her boisterous feline family. She also loves to snuggle up and sleep with the others, and, when they let her, enjoys grooming them too.

Cookie loves her humans just as much; she can be a little shy with strangers to begin with, but ultra smoochie once she gets to know and trust you. Of course, she’s a smart Cookie, too. Even 100% litter trained right from the start.

Cookie is an indoor-only cat, which is particularly important for such a pure white kitty. Not fussy with her food and very quiet: all in all a perfect addition to a family – or anyone, really, provided she is loved and cuddled. Given her busy foster environment, though, she probably would be lonely if left alone for long periods. Of course, Cookie would make a great companion for other cats.

Cookie is microchipped, vaccinated and de-sexed.

If you’d like to arrange to meet this pretty girl at her Hoxton Park foster home, please contact her carer, Karen, on 0416 094 697.

Cookie was adopted on 14 July 2019 after 6 months in foster care



Domestic Short Hair - female

Mittens is a very lucky girl as she was found wandering around on the road at only a mere 5 weeks old by a concerned motorist. She is super friendly and affectionate and is so full of energy.

Mittens has a quirky personality, she is an absolute joy to have in foster care. She is very confident and gets along well with everyone, humans and animals alike.

She is to be rehomed to an indoor only home which is able to give her the love and attention she deserves. Mittens would not suit a home where she will be on her own most of the week, unless there is another friendly feline to keep her company.

Mittens is in foster care 5 mins from Penrith, NSW. Her adoption fee includes her desexing, microchipping and vaccination. Mittens is litter trained and up to date with flea and worm treatments.

Please only text or call her foster mum, Karen, if you would like to meet Mittens

Mittens was adopted on 12 July 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Dora and Chucky

Dora and Chucky

Domestic - mixed

Chucky and Dora were adopted out as kittens in 2017 however have been surrendered back into foster care due to no fault of their own.

These 2 cats are beautiful in nature and have been raised in an indoors only home. They are to be adopted together as a pair as they are good company for each other.

Both the cats get on fine with dogs. The dogs they are used to are a Maltese cross and a chihuahua. There has been no aggression between the cats and the dogs even around food bowls so they are dog friendly cats.

The cats are totally indoor and have never been outside. Both are very placid and spend most of the day either lying on our bed or looking out through a window.

Dora and Chucky was adopted on 12 July 2019 after 5 days in foster care



Domestic Short Hair - male

Socksie arrived into foster care after finding himself handed into the pound as a stray. He's very friendly, affectionate and settling in well with his foster friend, Mittens. Socksie is a real cuddle-bug once he gets to know you. He loves giving people nose kisses and makes the cutest little trills and chirps. He is very deserving of a loving, indoor-only home with responsible pet owners.

Socksie is already desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, litter-trained and up to date with flea and worm treatments. Please call or text his foster mum if you'd like to meet Socksie. He is in foster care 5 mins from Penrith, NSW, and is ready to go to his new home now.

Socksie was adopted on 12 July 2019 after 1 month in foster care



Domestic Medium Hair - female

Amelia is a beautiful girl with a lovely possum type fluffy tail. She came to us last year from a Sydney pound shortly after having kittens, but, sadly, her kittens were not brought in with her.

Amelia was a scared little girl when she arrived, but has always purred well, and loves pats – she just tells you when she’s had enough! She does currently prefer being with the other cats she’s in care with, so her new owners may need to be patient as she settles back in to the life she deserves.

An indoor-only cat, Amelia would suit a single or couple, or a family with older children. As a young adult, she is beyond kitten stage so is quite independent and needs less playtime than a young kitty. We have noticed she didn’t take to the carer’s dog.

Amelia arrived with cat flu which has been treated with medication; she has now received two F3 vaccinations. She is also microchipped, wormed and de-sexed.

If you would like to meet Amelia, at her Quakers Hill foster home, Please contact her carer, Ben. You will be able to get to know and play with Amelia. There a variety of other felines you can visit there too!

Amelia was adopted on 12 July 2019 after 10 months in foster care



domestic Short Hair - male

Erik is a very smoochy boy who loves to cuddle up on your lap and stretch out and have a nap. He likes to show off his belly and loves a gentle belly rub.

Erik will come to you as soon as you open the door, unless he is sleeping. He has a very loud purr when he snuggles into your neck.

He loves his little sister Daisy and hopefully will be adopted with her so they can stay together in their new home. It is such a pleasure to watch them play and love each other.

Two cats are always better than one, they keep each other company and don't get lonely.

Please contact his carer, Amy, to arrange a meet and greet at Erik’s foster home in Windsor Downs.

Erik is microchipped, vaccinated and vet checked. His adoption fee includes de-sexing.

Erik was adopted on 11 July 2019 after 4 weeks in foster care



cat - female

Daisy is the most gorgeous little girl I have ever fostered. She is so affectionate and loving. She came into care when she was 10 days old along with her brother Erik. She has a special sibling bond with him so it would be ideal to keep them together, 2 cats are always better than 1!

Daisy will come up to greet you when you enter the room and want to rub on you and will talk to you. She loves to snuggle up on you getting belly rubs with her brother. She will look up at you with gazing eyes full of love, slow blink and then fall asleep.

Daisy has very cute and unique special features. She has a white mohawk down her back that continues into two racing stripes down her back to her little tail. Daisy and Erik would be the most beautiful addition to a loving family.

Please contact her carer, Amy, to arrange a meet and greet at Daisy’s foster home in Windsor Downs.

Daisy is microchipped, vaccinated and vet checked. Her adoption fee includes de-sexing.

Daisy was adopted on 11 July 2019 after 4 weeks in foster care



Domestic Short Hair - male

Gregory feels sooo soft and is quite fluffy. He has very big eyes with which he likes to stare at you all day. Gregory is a talkative kitty, and likes to just hang around you and do whatever you doing. He wants to be in the room with you, and even chats to you during your shower!

Gregory gives great puurrrrr, and makes cute noises when playing his buddy, Timon. Timon is also very attached to Gregory, so adopting them together would be awesome. Two is better than one, they say.

If you would be interested in being Gregory’s furever family, please contact his carer, Amy, to arrange a meet and greet at his foster home in Windsor Downs.

Gregory is microchipped, vaccinated and vet checked. His adoption fee includes de-sexing.

Gregory was adopted on 11 July 2019 after 4 weeks in foster care



Domestic Short Hair - female

Whoopie has been raised in foster care from a very young age, with her siblings Kingston, Smudge, Oreo, Monte and TicToc. Whoopie is the runt of the litter, but as they say, she is tiny but mighty.

Being the runt of the litter Whoopie has taken a little longer than her siblings to grow, but that hasn't stopped her making her presence know. Whoopie is happy to rampage with her siblings or the much larger foster cats in the home and is even happy to take on the resident dog when she is in the mood. Whoopie loves a cuddle, belly rub or chin scratch and sleeps on her foster mums pillow of a night – she is also a great little eater.

Whoopie is fully litter trained and has been fostered alongside her 5 siblings, 2 dogs and multiple older cats, and is comfortable with them all.

Whoopie’s adoption includes desexing, microchipping and her vaccinations while in care and she will be up to date with both worm and flea treatments when adopted.

Whoopie is available for adoption and she is available to meet now at her foster home in Bligh Park.

Whoopie was adopted on 06 July 2019 after 2 months in foster care