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Rehomed Animals

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

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Ron Weasley

Ron Weasley

DSH - male

Ron Weasley is the biggest from his litter. He is very playful and loves to attack his little sister Jinny Weasley. he is very cute an cuddly and has a gorgeous little face and beautiful tabby stripes. He loves to pounce on things and chase things that seem to be in his imagination.

Ron Weasley was adopted on 27 January 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Daffy

Daffy

Domestic Short Hair - male

This kitten was born to Rivers who was living in a factory environment in Riverstone being cared for by the workers. After being born they were living outside in a cardboard box on a trailer and were surrendered into foster care to provide them a safer environment.

Rivers has raised her kittens in doors and they are now ready to find a new home. They are used to human contact and will make for great companions. They are wanting to live in a lovely home environment enjoying the comforts of life.

The kitten will be desexed on the 7th January and will then be ready for its new home. If you would like to meet this kitten or its siblings, please contact us.

Located in the Adoption Enclosure at the PETstock store in Marsden Park and can be visited in store during business hours.

Daffy was adopted on 27 January 2019 after 3 months in foster care

Monkey

Monkey

Domestic Short Haired - male

Monkey is a cool lad who LOVES playing with his sisters (Mouse and Turtle) as often as he can. Running through the house with the tiny pitter-patter of his paws, chasing ribbons and toys - it's very entertaining!

While he isn't allowed up on the table, this cheeky Monkey will come up on the couch if you're eating and will plead for a tasty snack. He's the type of kitten that loves exploring and living life to the max. While he does sometimes come up to you for a quick pat, and maybe a short snooze on your chest, we suspect that he will grow to be a fairly independent cat and won't hound you all day for attention.

Has been well socialised with other cats, children and has been introduced to dogs as well. Monkey is desexed, up-to-date with his vaccinations, worming and flea treatment and will fit nicely into a variety of homes.

As of 19th Jan, this kitten is on display at the PETstock Penrith Adoption Enclosure at Jamisontown. If you are interested in meeting Monkey and his brothers and sisters, they can be visited there during business hours ( www.petstock.com.au/store/petstock-penrith). Should you wish to obtain more information, you can also make an enquiry through our website.

~~Mouse, Monkey, Moose and Turtle were born by a young mum in a busy household with lots of noise and excited children running around. All 4 of these kitties are well socialised and respond well to "kitties!" and "puss-puss-puss", and will need to learn their name when they are adopted into their new family - this can be a new name that you have chosen for them!~~

Monkey was adopted on 21 January 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Lucifer

Lucifer

Domestic shorthair cat - male

Lucifer the black cat. Name is misleading because Lucifer is the friendliest and most cuddly little kitten. Hand raised from 3ish weeks he is very comfortable with us humans.
Lule (shorter and cuter) is microchipped, dewormed, vaccinated and will be desexed when the time comes

Lucifer was adopted on 21 January 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Rupert

Rupert

Domestic Short Hair - male

Rupert came into foster care with his siblings (Chester, Romald and Sebastian) at about 5 weeks old. Rupert is fully aware of how cute he is and will curl up at his foster carer's feet when standing still for any length of time. Rupert if happy for cuddles or to be left alone to play, just give him a toy and he is off.
Rupert is fully litter trained and has been fostered along side dogs and other cats, and is comfortable with both.

Rupert's adoption includes desexing, microchipping and vaccinations while in care and he will be up to date with his worm and flea treatments when adopted.

While Rupert has a little more growing to go before he is ready to be desexed he is available now to meet, and is located at Bligh Park.

Rupert was adopted on 21 January 2019 after 4 weeks in foster care

Pudding

Pudding

DSH - male

Pudding was named because of his cute little round food belly. He loves to eat, purr, play and sleep.

Pudding is very affectionate, confident, and loves his humans and siblings. He is looking for a safe, indoor-only home where he will have lots of love and attention and be allowed to sleep in his human’s bed. He would be best suited to a home with older children, if any.

Pudding is microchipped, desexed, vaccinated, litter-trained and up to date with his flea and worm treatments.

He is in foster care near Penrith, NSW. Please call or text his foster carer if you would like more information, or to meet this adorable boy.

Pudding was adopted on 17 January 2019 after 2 months in foster care

Buddy

Buddy

DSH - male

Buddy is a lovely tabby coloured boy who came into our care at 10 months old. How could anyone resist those beautiful eyes?


Buddy is an extremely friendly and loveable boy, and settled into his new circumstances very quickly and comfortably. He has become very friendly with people, including children. Buddy has also been living with big dogs and cats as well as kittens in foster care, and has made friends with them all.

No longer a tiny kitty, Buddy is well socialised and trained and can entertain himself happily as long as he has loving human companionship. Although, he does still like to have a play with his people. So, we believe he will fit in easily with a family, or equally, with a one or two person household, and will be happy to share his new home with existing cat-friendly pets.

Buddy is already de-sexed, is microchipped, and his vaccinations and vet work are up to date.

Buddy has recently moved to the PETstock Penrith Adoption Enclosure at Jamisontown to give him the opportunity to meet and greet multiple potential owners looking for a forever feline companion. If you think Buddy could become your buddy, he can be visited there during business hours (www.petstock.com.au/store/petstock-penrith). Should you wish to obtain more information, you can also make an enquiry through our website.

Buddy was adopted on 17 January 2019 after 2 months in foster care

Snugglepot

Snugglepot

DSH - male

Snugglepot is a happy, friendly, confident kitten that is very affectionate. He rolls onto his back and get belly rubs and is a very smoochy boy.
Snugglepot is looking for a safe, indoor-only home where he will be forever loved and spoilt. He gets on well with other cats and kittens in his foster carer's house.

Snugglepot is desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, litter-trained and up to date with flea and worm treatments. He is ready to go to his new home now. Please text or ring his foster carer if you would like to meet this loveable guy! Snugglepot is in foster care near Penrith, NSW.

Snugglepot was adopted on 17 January 2019 after 2 months in foster care

Hissie Miggins

Hissie Miggins

Domestic Medium Hair - female

My name is Hissie Miggins....I was found along with all my sisters (Tortzee, Bitzee, Megzee) and handed in to ensure I had a great start to life.

I've put on alot of weight since being in care.

I do like to play with my siblings but more than often, happy to be by myself and take it all in.

I used to hiss alot, but I've calmed right down. Happy to be held for a short time and I always purr. I'm starting to come over to my carer alot more.

I've had my first vaccination and I'm microchipped.

I am going to be desexed on 3rd January,2019, so I will be ready to go to my furever home mid January once I'm all healed.

Hissie Miggins was adopted on 15 January 2019 after 2 months in foster care

Tortzee

Tortzee

Domestic Medium Hair - female

My name is Tortzee....I was found along with all my sisters (Megzee, Bitzee, Hissie Miggins) and handed in to ensure I had a great start to life.

I've put on alot of weight since being in care.

I do like to play with my siblings, more like the mafia "take down", I'm all in for a rumble.

Happy to be held for a short time and I always purr and I'm warming up to my carer each and every week. I don't really like to be alone though and call out to my carer or siblings if I can't find anyone.

I've had my first vaccination and I'm microchipped.

I am going to be desexed on 3rd January 2019, so I will be ready to go to my furever home mid January once I'm all healed.

Tortzee was adopted on 15 January 2019 after 2 months in foster care