Rehomed Animals

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

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Violet (now Coco)

Violet (now Coco)

Domestic Short Hair - female

Violet

Indoor Only Cat

Available From 18 July 2020

Violet and her 5 siblings (Vader, Vincent, Vonnie, Valla, and Vindi), were found living under a house with their mumcat when they were about 4 weeks old. The litter of 6 kittens were brought in to foster care and Mumcat was desexed.

Violet is the very shy kitten of the litter and although she can be quite affectionate, (especially when she's sleepy or hungry!), it will take time and patience. Ideally, Violet should go to a quieter home with adults and no children. It has taken a month, and she will now happily sit on my lap for a pat or brush, so your patience will be rewarded!

The $200 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. These 6 kittens are also litter-trained and socialised with other kittens and cat-friendly dogs.

Violet will be desexed on 14th July, and will be ready to go to her new home from about 18th July 2020.

Please use the "Send enquiry email" link below, if you have any questions or if you are interested in adopting.

As we currently receive lots of enquiries for each kitten, please include relevant details about yourself and your home/other pets. If you are renting, please ensure that you have approval for a cat BEFORE you lodge interest.

You must be over 18yrs old and an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident to adopt an animal from DCH

Violet (now Coco) was adopted on 19 July 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Trixie

Trixie

Kelpie X - Chipped as Austral - female

Trixie is an adorable 2.5 year old Kelpie cross.

She has been in foster care for 2 months, after her owner passed away.

Moving from a farm in the country has been quite a change for Trixie as she is now surrounded by a lot of new unfamiliar noises and has taken time to adjust to city life.

Trixie is quiet dog, who will happily lie all day in the sun, getting pats on the head.

She is starting to come out of her shell, and walks fine on a lead around the backyard, but not so much out the front as cars can cause a fright.

She has been desexed, microchipped, and vaccinated. She is due for her next vaccination in June 2021.

During the course of vet treatments we had X-rays's completed and found that Trixie had a broken leg in the past which was untreated and healed on its own. The vets have decided no surgery is needed at this time but this may impact her down the track.

Located in Kellyville NSW.

Trixie was adopted on 18 July 2020 after 2 months in foster care

Vincent

Vincent

Domestic Medium Hair - male

Vincent

Indoor Only Cat

Available From 17 July 2020

Vincent and his 5 siblings (Violet, Vader, Vonnie, Valla, and Vindi), were found living under a house with their mumcat when they were about 4 weeks old. The litter of 6 kittens were brought in to foster care and Mumcat was desexed.

Vincent is a fluffy little guy with beautiful golden eyes! Although he can be very excitable and playful, Vincent becomes quite cuddly when he is sleepy and he is also beginning to love being brushed. Once familiar in his surroundings, Vincent becomes quite confident and he should adjust well into most homes.

The $200 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. These 6 kittens are also litter-trained and socialised with other kittens and cat-friendly dogs.

Vincent will be desexed 14 July, and will be ready to go to his new home from about 17th July 2020.

Please use the "Send enquiry email" link below, if you have any questions or if you are interested in adopting.

As we currently receive lots of enquiries for each kitten, please include relevant details about yourself and your home/other pets. If you are renting, please ensure that you have approval for a cat BEFORE you lodge interest.

You must be over 18yrs old and an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident to adopt an animal from DCH

Vincent was adopted on 18 July 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Stan

Stan

DSH - male

Stan (the man) is a friendly, affectionate and loving cat. He meows in the morning for the bedroom door to be opened so he can come up to you for a neck scratch, and follows your around the house. While he often snoozes on your lap, he isn't needy and often chooses to sit right near you, or on your feet. While his foster carer worked from home, he preferred to snooze in the cat bed on the desk.

Stan will suit a variety of family environments, as he has been exposed to several dogs and a variety of children. He has grown up in care with multiple different cats of varying ages, and will need to go to an indoor only home.

Stan was originally rescued from a Warehouse facility in Penrith when he was a tiny kitten of 200 grams and was bottle fed for several weeks. Stan was from a litter of 6 kittens.

His adoption fee includes his desexing, vaccinations and microchipping,

He can be visited at the adoption enclosure at PETstock in Marsden Park.

Stan was adopted on 17 July 2020 after 7 months in foster care

Vindi (Now Maisy)

Vindi (Now Maisy)

Domestic Short Hair - female

Vindi

Indoor Only Cat

Available From 18 July 2020

Vindi and her 5 siblings (Vader, Vincent, Vonnie, Valla, and Violet), were found living under a house with their mumcat when they were about 4 weeks old. The litter of 6 kittens were brought in to foster care and Mumcat was desexed.

Vindi is a sweet, playful kitten with a gentle nature, and she is the smallest in the litter but she has a big purr! Although Vindi is initially shy with strangers, it doesn't take her too long to come out for her favourite back scratch or belly rub. Given a bit of time to adjust, Vindi will be a lovely little companion.

The $200 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. These 6 kittens are also litter-trained and socialised with other kittens and cat-friendly dogs but are not used to children.

Vindi will be desexed on 14th July, and will be ready to go to her new home from about 18th July 2020.

Please use the "Send enquiry email" link below, if you have any questions or if you are interested in adopting.

As we currently receive lots of enquiries for each kitten, please include relevant details about yourself and your home/other pets. If you are renting, please ensure that you have approval for a cat BEFORE you lodge interest.

You must be over 18yrs old and an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident to adopt an animal from DCH

Vindi (Now Maisy) was adopted on 17 July 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Vader (now Harry)

Vader (now Harry)

Domestic Short Hair - male

Vader

Indoor Only Cat

Available From 18 July 2020

Vader and his 5 siblings (Violet, Vincent, Vonnie, Valla, and Vindi), were found living under a house with their mumcat when they were about 4 weeks old. The litter of 6 kittens were brought in to foster care and Mumcat was desexed.

Vader can be quite a talkative little kitten and has a very loud meow for his size! Although initially a little shy, it doesn't take too long for his curiosity to win. Vader will adapt fine into most homes, and as long as he feels safe and loved, his confidence will also grow.

The $200 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing. These 6 kittens are also litter-trained and socialised with other kittens and cat-friendly dogs.

Vader will be desexed 14 July, and will be ready to go to his new home from 18 July 2020.

Please use the "Send enquiry email" link below, if you have any questions or if you are interested in adopting.

As we currently receive lots of enquiries for each kitten, please include relevant details about yourself and your home/other pets. If you are renting, please ensure that you have approval for a cat BEFORE you lodge interest.

You must be over 18yrs old and an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident to adopt an animal from DCH

Vader (now Harry) was adopted on 17 July 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Roxy

Roxy

Australian Silky Terrier - female

Roxy was rescued under Duty of Care whilst the Pound tried to find her owners. As no one came forward, Roxy was transferred to DCH care. Roxy initially presented with a flea/skin infection which has come along way, and has exposed nerve roots in some teeth, 5 which will have to be removed. Roxy is a quiet girl and is okay with and without company, prefers to sleep on the end of a bed or curled up on a comfy circular bed.
Roxy is not a playful girl but does set a good pace when walking on a lead, preferring a collar to a harness. Roxy is non-reactive to other dogs and walks well.
Very occasionally, as with most small dogs, her trachea 'sticks', causing a strange choking sound, however it fixes itself after a few seconds.
Roxy has had a successful meet and greet and is likely to get adopted after her stitches are removed after surgery. If, however, the trial period is unsuccessful, the 'On Hold' stamp will be removed and Roxy will be looking for another furever home.

Roxy was adopted on 13 July 2020 after 4 weeks in foster care

Leo

Leo

Domestic Short Hair - male

Leo is a beautiful boy who is extremely playful. He is very independent and active. He enjoys sitting on your shoulders and will purr when held and cuddled but he won't be a lap cat.

He is very strong willed and will chase anything that moves. He is super friendly but can play a little rough so is best in a home without young children. He is used to playing with younger teenagers but still manages to scratch their hands and arms during play time.

His favourite toy at the moment is a shoelace that he likes to chase around the house and also likes a teaser toy.

Leo has received 2 F3 vaccinations is microchipped, desexed and treated for worms and fleas. He will need to be lifetime registered with council by his new owner.

Leo is looking for a loving new forever home where he can be an indoors only cat and receive lots of love and play time.

Leo is currently located the Marsden Park PETstock store in the adoption enclosure and can be visited by appointment through PETstock while observing Social distancing restrictions of the store.

For any enquiries, as we currently are receiving lots of enquiries for kittens, please include as much detail as you can in your enquiry about yourself, your family and your home to help us determine the most suitable homes.

Please contact us for any more information on Leo.

Leo was adopted on 12 July 2020 after 2 months in foster care

Hugo Boss

Hugo Boss

Domestic Short Hair - male

Hugo Boss came into care with his brothers Jimmy Choo, Skechers and Valentino at about 2 weeks old weighing less than 150 gms. The odd man out as the only black and white kitten in a litter of gingers, Hugo Boss is a little love bug and sleeps under his foster mums or tucked closely by her side each night.

Still a young kitten Hugo’s personality is still developing and has gone through many iterations, from clingy, to independent, to somewhere in between but whatever his final adult personality will be his forever family will be getting a great kitten.

Hugo Boss has been raised in a house full of foster sibling kittens, adult cats and dogs and he gets along with them all. Hugo Boss is a kitten of truly sweet nature, and he is happy to play alone or with his four legged friends and loves the company of either humans. While he loves company and attention, Hugo has been raised in a single human household so will need a little time to settle into the energy and noise of a household of multiple humans.

Hugo is litter trained, microchipped and has been desexed and his first vaccination and is ready to meet his potential forever family.

A visit with Hugo Boss can be organised at his foster home in Bligh Park, with visitors being required to adhere to DCH COVID-19 operating guidelines, which are linked at the top of this page.

Please note, you must be over 18 years old and an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident to adopt an animal from DCH Animal Adoptions.

Hugo Boss was adopted on 05 July 2020 after 2 months in foster care

Izzie

Izzie

Domestic Short Hair - female

Izzie is a beautiful but independent cat. She is mostly white with beautiful brown and orange markings with a tint of black around one of her eyes which makes her look like she is wearing eyeliner.

Izzie loves a good scratch on the back and sides and is especially affectionate of a night time when your in bed. However she is mostly a solitary cat and spends most of the day asleep on her own. She does not like visitors or strange noises and will run and hide. She is in foster care with kids however she would prefer a home without kids or another animals. She typically comes out into the living rooms and interacts more once the kids are in bed and the house is quiet. She is generally a quite cat who sleeps a lot but she loves pats at night to help keep her warm.

She needs to be indoors only where she is the only cat and has an owner who can provide lots of love. She would take several weeks to adjust to a new home so she would need someone with patience and understanding.

Located in Quakers Hill NSW.

Izzie was adopted on 05 July 2020 after 4.3 years in foster care