Rehomed Animals

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

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Domestic Short Hair - female

Meet beautiful gentle little Possum.

Possum loves nothing more than to play with her toys and then crash out on your lap and purr. She is such a gentle little girl who’s favourite toys are her foam balls. She will happily sit on your lap for hours.
Possum has found a friend in our 3 year old cat, they chase each other playfully and love to just sit and watch the other play.
Possum will suit any home who has the time to give her the love and cuddles she craves and deserves, she loves to be with you and will search the house to find you, she is still nervous of loud noises but I am sure she will overcome that as she gets older.


She has been desexed and has received her 1st F3 Vaccination and will require 2 additional vaccinations to be completed by the new owner.

Possum was adopted on 20 November 2021 after 1 month in foster care



DSH - male

Echo is a friendly kitten once he gets to know to you. He will call out with a little meow for attention and he will rub up to your hand for affection. He does not like being alone and enjoys company.

He's got a little abnormality with his eye where one is smaller than the other and has a lazy eye with a mis-aligned lens. It does not seem to affect him and he is happy and ready to find his forever home.

He's been microchipped desexed, fully F3 vaccinated, wormed and has had flea prevention treatments.

Located in Acacia Gardens

Echo was adopted on 20 November 2021 after 11 months in foster care



Australian Cattle Dog (Blue) - female

Oreo has come into care from a Western Sydney pound.
Oreo is a lovely young and energetic female Australian Cattle Dog (Blue) and is looking for a new loving forever family.

Oreo was adopted on 08 November 2021 after 2 months in foster care



Jack Russell X - male

Boss has been surrendered into foster care due to changes to life circumstances with the owner and his current living situation was not conducive to happy life for him. Boss is now looking for a loving new family. He was originally from the litter of a family friend of the previous owner and he had him for five years so has not had much change in his life so will need some time to adjust.

Boss is Microchipped as a Jack Russell Terrier but his owner advises he is a Jack Russell X Chihuahua Mix.

Male, Desexed
5 Years 7 Months old.
Brown and white, small to medium size

Boss is very excitable. When new people are introduced or visit, he will still uncontrollably urinate out of excitement. If interacting with other animals, they may dislike his high energy and he is used to being the only dog in the home.

Boss has been currently, living indoors with his previous owner. He is used to live in his old house with a backyard for 5 years but preferred to be inside. He lived inside at night.

His previous exercise routine was 30 minutes to an hour walk a couple times a week.

He eats three meals a day. Dry food for breakfast and lunch, wet food for dinner.

He appears to be ok with another animas and kids but his excitement level might be too much for some dogs to handle.

He has some separation anxiety. Will sometimes bark loudly if left alone and if the previous owner leaves view when leaving home. He can be very excited about other people and dogs, may jump on hind legs.

He is desexed and his vaccinations are currently up to date.

Expressions of interest are welcome and will arrange for the most suitable application or two to have a meet and greet with him at a local park outdoors. If your interested in Boss please supply as much detail as you can in your initial enquiry explaining why he would be a food fit for your home.

Currently Located in the Parklea, Quakers Hill area however location may change depending on our foster carers arrangements.

He is not available for interstate adoptions.

Boss was adopted on 05 November 2021 after 1 weeks in foster care



German Shepherd - male

Busta is a beautiful, big fluff ball who loves to hang out with his foster carer and family. He's so gentle and loves a scratch or a cuddle.

Busta is a senior dog who takes one tablet a day to deal with a hip problem. He will be on that medication for the rest of his life.

Busta is great with people, children and other dogs. He is never lived with a cat and is probably not suited for a household with a dog.

He is and indoor dog and is looking for someone who will give him the care and love he needs in his senior years.

Thanks to Carmen, David, Jon, Michael, Nikita and Rosemary for their generous donations towards Busta's additional vet bills. His costs have now been fully covered.

Busta was adopted on 05 November 2021 after 2 months in foster care



German Shepherd - female

Hi, my name is Nala and I'm a stunning 4-year German Shepherd. I'm very athletic and love the water and playing with a ball. I'm good with older children and adults but take a while to get to know other dogs. I currently live with 3 other dogs.

Around the house, I'm incredibly quiet and love to lie in my bed. I would make an ideal member of an active family who want me to join them and be part of their life. I'm and indoor dog.

I would benefit from further training whether that's formal training or learning from another dog in the household or family member who knows about dog training. I'm great on re-call but not so good on walking on the lead.

Best of all I'm smaller than the average GSD, weigh only 21kgs and make a great family dog. I'm also well suited to couples and singles who aren't going to leave me alone for long stretches of time.

Nala was adopted on 01 November 2021 after 3 weeks in foster care



Domestic Short Hair - male

Archie is a super sweet and truly affectionate boy.

He loves his humans and must be with them as much as possible.
He constantly checks on our whereabouts and is always ready for snuggles.

When i am too busy to stop for cuddles, he follows me around and rubs up against my legs. If he cant find me he will call out to me, he is quite a vocal cat and he likes to talk to anyone that will listen.

He loves to chase balls that rattle or have bells and enjoys speeding around with his foster brother on the racetrack also known as my lounge room. He is very gentle so would be suitable with young children

Archie doesn't like to be on his own, so a home with plenty of people to keep him company would be best.
He loves to splash in his water bowl and sit on the highest place he can find, i assume he needs the best view to keep an watchful and loving eye on his humans.

Best suited to an indoor home where his new family are home a lot, as he does get separation anxiety when left on his own.

Archie has been desexed, wormed, microchipped and vaccinated and is ready for adoption.

Located at Kingswood.

Archie was adopted on 26 October 2021 after 1 month in foster care



Beagle x Lab - male

Harley is a lovely easy going dog who would make a perfect family dog for anyone who wants a gentle, friendly dog. Don't let the white face fool you he really is only 6 years old.

Harley gets on well with other dogs. He currently lives with 5 other dogs and previously lived with a small 20 year old dog. He previously lived with a cat.

Harley doesn't pull on the lead and needs a good walk for at least half an hour a day. Being part Beagle he likes to explore so a secure backyard is extremely important.

He is very family oriented and, as such, is an indoor dog and needs to be in a home where there is someone around the majority of the time.

His gentle and easy going nature makes him a great family dog.

Harley was adopted on 23 October 2021 after 1 weeks in foster care



Jack Russell terrier x - male

Meet Gus the gentle giant. Gus is microchipped as a jack Russell terrier cross but don’t be fooled as he weighs about 35kgs. He is very sociable with other dogs and loves people. His previous owner surrendered him due to having to urgently move and could not take him with them. Gus has a great personality. Due to his size, Gus is not suited to an apartment or unit and he will require a fully fenced backyard with daily exercise. Gus will be available for adoption after 11th October however expressions of interest are now being taken

Gus was adopted on 17 October 2021 after 2 weeks in foster care



Persian - female

Misty is a purebred Persian kitty that comes with papers and a registered name. She has some special needs and won't be right for all homes, but she'll make a rewarding companion to that special someone.

Through no fault of her own, Misty had gone through a few homes before being being surrendered to DCH. She was badly matted and needed to be fully clipped to remove all of her uncomfortable matts, and spent the first few months running away and hiding from her foster carer.

She eventually progressed to snoozing near her foster carer's head while they slept, and slowly but surely, stopped darting away as soon as they opened their eyes, and very gradually started accepting pats.

Misty is a sweet girl who will often meow at you and stand juuuuust out of your reach so you can't pat her, but will 'knead the air' as if she's making biscuits and shake her tail while talking to you.
She definitely wants love, affection and pats, but struggles with fast movements. She isn't a fan of being picked up, but once you have her snuggled on your chest she will start purring and kneading.

Her preference is to come up to you for pats on her own accord. Her favourite is to come up to you when you're relaxing on the couch at night. She will walk slowly along the top of the couch and meow at you, so you can slowly and gently give her lots of neck scratches and pats - she LOVES them!

She enjoys being near the other cats in her foster carers home and ignores the resident dog.

She would suit an indoor only home without loud, rambunctious children.

Misty had ongoing eye issues with a corneal sequestrum and entropion that required specialist surgery.
The specialist vet performed the quite complicated surgery that involved sewing a piece of donor eyeball onto her damaged section of eye.

The surgery was a success and Misty is now fully healed, but she does require ongoing eye maintenance.

The final costs were $1,655.70. Any assistance with sponsoring some of these fees would be greatly appreciated.

Misty requires regular eye drops/lubrication to ensure her comfort moving forward. Her new owner must be willing to apply these drops daily, as well as maintaining her brushing schedule to avoid matts.
(Or as an alternative, arrange 3monthly visits with a cat groomer to have her shaved)

Misty was adopted on 16 October 2021 after 9 months in foster care