Rehomed Animals

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

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Marbles

Marbles

shd - female

Marbles is a light grey and tabby cat, with a lovely, pretty face. She was shy to start off with, but has settled well and is a sweet and affectionate, quiet girl. She's litter trained and has been around other cats and a small dog.
She does well on a good quality dry kibble that is for sensitive tummies and likes to eat boiled chicken thigh.

We believe Marbles will do well given patience and love from her new family – in return, she will provide you with plenty of affection. Marbles is available only to an indoor only home.

Marbles is microchipped, desexed, and up to date with all her vaccinations. She is located in Hoxton Park.

If you are interested in providing a home to this lovely girl, please text or call her carer, Karen, on 0416 094 697. Please leave a message if the call is not immediately answered.

Marbles was adopted on 30 August 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Gamora

Gamora

Domestic Short Hair - female

adopted before full profile created.

Gamora was adopted on 29 August 2020 after 4 weeks in foster care

Nebula

Nebula

Domestic Short Hair - female

Adopted before full profile created.

Nebula was adopted on 29 August 2020 after 4 weeks in foster care

Bronte

Bronte

Domestic Medium Hair - female

*Update - Bronte is a runner! Watch for her when you open a door, she is fast, she has a habit if the screen door closes before she gets to it, she will jump up and just hang there until you open it again haha.

Also im not kidding about her affection, she lifts her paws to you like a toddler wanting pick up, its super adorable.

Bronte was surrendered into care, and would like to find a loving forever home.

She loves cuddles, attention and to be held.
She loves being around you all the time, sit still too long and she will decide your lap is now hers for the taking.

Bronte has a gorgeous temperament, and a super soft medium hair coat.
As she has just come into care and everything is so new she is a little scared and cautious of sudden noises and movement.
It’s been a big change and will take some time to settle and trust again.

Bronte is a big fan of toys that roll or move, she gets very excited about playing in the cat tunnel.

She likes explore and jump up to sit in high places, sometimes it’s the cat tower sometimes; like right now while I write this, she thinks she is a parrot and has climbed up the back of my chair and draped herself over my shoulder.

Bronte is looking for an indoor home, she is microchipped, desexed and vaccinated, she is located in Kingswood and will be available to meet after August 19th.

Bronte was adopted on 25 August 2020 after 2 weeks in foster care

Indy

Indy

Domestic Short Hair - female

Indy and her siblings, Ivy, Isaac and Iggy were originally rescued via Hawkesbury Pound in April 2019 at about 6 weeks old.

Indy was previously adopted as a DCH kitten and lived with a family for about 10 months but became stressed (reason unknown), and has now been returned to DCH for rehoming at 12 months of age. After 2 weeks of settling back in to her original foster home, Indy has become very calm and trusting, although she does seem to dislike kittens and other cats.

As Indy can become overwhelmed, she must be an Indoor Only Cat in her new home. This means that she cannot go outside at all.

Indy is outgoing and affectionate and seems quite happy to meet new people in a calm setting. She makes eye contact with her big gorgeous golden eyes and loves chin scratches and pats and even a brush when in the mood.

She doesn’t mind being picked up and will settle on your lap to enjoy some attention. She has a loud purr and a quirky little meow when she wants to be noticed. Like most cats, she does enjoy some quiet, alone time for naps and lying on a sunny windowsill!

Indy is looking for a quiet home (no children), where she can be your only pet - although cat-friendly dog/s would be okay as she is now perfectly fine with our 2 cat-friendly Golden Retrievers! This lovely young cat deserves a second chance and will make a perfect companion for a person who wants to skip the crazy kitten stage!

Indy is microchipped, vaccinated, wormed, desexed and is perfectly litter trained.

If you would like to meet Indy, she is now at:

Petstock Marsden Park
02 8607 1120

9 Hollinsworth Rd,
Marsden Park, NSW 2765

Indy was adopted on 23 August 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Ziggy

Ziggy

DSH - male

Brothers Ziggy and Seb, beautiful ginger boys, with striking flash-like eyebrows, are siblings of Oscar and Sammy whom we recently rehomed; our success encouraged us to bring them into our care to secure their furever home, too. While these boys may enjoy a new home together, each will be equally happy to have a human family all to himself.

Both kitties were socialised initially with visits from the owner’s family, including children. Sadly, social lockdown put an end to that and it took a couple of weeks for these guys to venture much around their new house. Ziggy is now quite comfortable with people walking around but is still quite cautious with people he doesn’t know and will initially hide away for a while.

He is very curious and quite adventurous and likes to find a perch on high to watch what is going on. He also enjoys watching the comings and goings outside and can be found perched near a window during the day or lazing around on his carers bed which gives him a good view outside. He is quite playful and loves to race around the house with his brother. Their current game is hiding under the hallway rug which has to be put back in place every morning.

Ziggy loves toys that make a noise so has lots of fun chasing anything that has a bell. He also enjoys his treats and it’s become a bedtime routine after playtime for Ziggy and his brother to jump onto the bed waiting for their carer to bring the treats which they are happy to take from their carers hand. Ziggy also loves creamy treats and gets quite excited when he sees the packet come out of the treat cupboard. He is happy to have a head scratch and a stroke now and again and he’s recently started stretching out on the bed near his carer at night to sleep.

Like many cats he is still not comfortable with being picked up and cuddled but we are working on that. We believe it is likely that both Ziggy and Seb will take some time to settle into the routine of their new furever homes - so may well suit experienced cat people, with time and patience as well as lots of love to share. Their reward will be great. They are indoor-only kitties.

Ziggy and Seb have been microchipped, vaccinated and desexed. So, already for their new homes. They are located in Colyton.
If you are interested in learning more about or providing a home to one or both of these lovely boys, please contact his carer, Julie.

Ziggy was adopted on 18 August 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Quill

Quill

Domestic Medium Hair - male

Adopted before profile created on website.

Quill was adopted on 15 August 2020 after 2 weeks in foster care

Kira

Kira

Cocker Spaniel - female

*Special needs dog - blind senior girl*

At approximately 8-10 years old, Kira found herself in a kennel, completely blind and hard of hearing, a huge lump on her ear, with matted and dirty fur. But despite the initial physical appearance, you couldn't meet a kinder dog, and she is so deserving of her chance at a new life.

Since coming into care, with the help of great vets, the council and her current foster carers, Kira has undergone quite the transformation - just check out those before and after photos!.

She has had both of her eyes removed, as they were non-functional and causing severe irritation, has had the lump on her ear removed, has been desexed, has been groomed, and has been loved by everyone who has met her.

On her overall health check, Kira is in incredible shape and does not show her age. Her teeth are perfect, and her pre-anaesthetic blood tests were also great. Given she is a Cocker Spaniel, she does require ear cleaning given her lovely floppy ears, but she is so easy to do this too and doesn't complain at all.

Kira is all up to date on vaccinations, worming etc.

Given her reduction in senses, Kira understandably has separation anxiety. For example, even when in familiar environments, she will cry if she realises you aren't near her, even if she is in the living room and you just in the kitchen. Given she can't see if you've left, and her hearing is so reduced, her only method of checking if you're there is to search. As a result, Kira needs a family who is understanding of this, and one who is willing to continue to find her an area where she feels safe and comfortable without continuous need for touch. Whilst in care, Kira has demonstrated she is able to do this, but it does take a lot of time, patience and of course, understanding. One of our best tricks has been to move a familiar blanket/quilt from room to room when we are in them, that way she can settle herself down on that blanket and is in close range to check-in with you if she needs to. We have also trialed crate-training with her, and whilst she does eventually settle down, it can take a while before she stops howling and crying, so again will take a lot of patience and perseverance. Whilst in kennels at the vets, the same is the case, but she seems more willing to settle in this environment.

Despite the reduction in senses, Kira does not have an aggressive bone in her body. When asleep or disorientated, you can approach her without any concern that she will snap, she just immediately starts wagging her tail and is so happy. Kira does have some slight hearing left, so we have found saying her name in a higher pitch and whistling she can definitely hear, and this also helps to reassure her that you are around.

As a result, Kira will be suited to a home where the person works from home. She gets along with other dogs very well, and has also been introduced to cats and not had a problem, so if the family has other dogs this may eventually be very helpful for her to find reliable company from other animals. She needs a home willing to work with her consistently, and provide a very safe space for her when she is left alone, or if she is to be alone for longer is able to cater for her and have someone even look after her. There will be clear requirements for the family to meet to adopt this girl, so please be aware of this prior to considering her for adoption.

If you'd like some more information on this lovely girl, please contact Gemma, her foster carer, on 0435939858.

Kira was adopted on 13 August 2020 after 2 weeks in foster care

Groot

Groot

Domestic Short Hair - male

Adopted before profile developed.

Groot was adopted on 12 August 2020 after 2 weeks in foster care

Teddy

Teddy

Jack Russell X - male

Teddy is a lovely older dog who has recently been return to DCH after being adopted after his owner became ill and could no longer look after him.

Teddy loves people and loves going up to them and getting pats. He also likes other dogs and currently lives in a household with 4 other dogs. At the dog park he goes up to other dogs to say hello. He is a very gentle easy going dog. He spent the first part of his life as an only dog living on his own outdoors and only getting the occasional walk. Now he is looking for a forever home where he will get the love that he truly deserves.

Teddy was adopted on 12 August 2020 after 1 week in foster care