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Domestic - female - 8 months

Oreo is a chubby girl with sweet personality.

She loves chasing around with her siblings and her favourite toy is a teaser. She is a little bit shy with people at first, but will definitely come out of her shell when she is comfortable.

She will love another friend in her new home, however as long as there is a teaser to play with, she won’t mind at all.

As she has very strong attachment with her siblings, it will be ideal if she could go to a forever loving home with one of her siblings.

Preferably to be an indoor cat.

Located in Hurstville

Adoption fee includes Microchipping, Vaccination, Worming and Desexing.

Oreo has been in foster care since 16 March 2019, for 6 months



Domestic Short Hair - male - 9 years

Tiddles is unfortunately in search of a new home due to no fault of his own and has been surrendered into DCH foster care.

A DCH volunteer just happened to meet Tiddles while he was boarding at a vet clinic. Tiddles kept bashing and rubbing up on the door wanting attention. He managed to get the attention of our volunteer and after making his presence known, we have offered to help him find a new home due to the situation he was in.

He is a strikingly beautiful 9 year old ginger cat and he loves pats and loves to rub up on you. He is a big fan of chin rubs. He is happy to sit on your lap as he used to do this with his previous mum but once you have earned his trust.

Tiddles only likes a certain amount of attention and it has to be on his terms. He will tell you when he has had enough and does not want to be touched any more.

He loves attention but seems to like it most when he is on the ground and asking for attention on his terms. He does not like to have his feet touched.

He used to be allowed about an hour outside in the sun with his previous owner but is mostly an indoors cat.

He is not a fussy cat and will eat most things.

Health Information:
Vaccinated 21/8/2019. Next due 21/8/2020
He has been wormed and flea treated,
Has some plaque on his teeth and a future dental clean may be needed.

Located in North Ryde.

Tiddles has been in foster care since 14 September 2019, for 3 days



Siberian Husky - female - 7 years and 4 months

Winter is a beautiful 7 year old female Siberian husky.

She has been surrended due to owner not being able to give her to the attention she needs.

Winter is a gorgeous girl who loves attention from her carers, but not necessarily younger ambitious puppies who want to play with her. She's a complete sook around humans and would happily sit by your side all day.

She's not particularly active, but gets excited when it's walk time or to go for a ride in the car. Winter is terribly overweight, so her new owner should be willing to spend the time in providing her the adequate exercise she requires, although it will be slow going, as she tires easily. In saying that, during her time with us, she has lost some weight and proven to walk further than when we first met her.

She's protective of her food and will growl if another dog goes near her food or disturbs her peace but I haven't found her to be snappy at her foster carer.

We've discovered that she shakes hands, particularly when she knows she's getting a treat and at dinner time.

She's absolutely fine at the dog park and doesn't pay attention to the other dogs, but will mostly just sit instead of running around.

We believe Winter can be adopted by herself, but it would be good for her to have a companion if you already have another husky.

Due to her age, Winter does have some health issues:
Arthritis. Although her weight won't help here, with exercise you may find she will improve. We've also been mixing in "Aging Dog" powder to give her the vitatmins she needs.

Fly blown ears (although this is being treated with a repellent and improvements happening).
Cloudy eyes - the vets have advised this is not cataract and whilst it looks bad, she does have great eye-sight even though it may be a bit cloudy for her.
Zinc deficiency - her nose is a tell-tale sign that she has a zinc deficiency which can be easily treated by supplementing her diet with this vitamin.

IIMPORTANT: You CANNOT have a house with smaller animals such as cats, pocket pets or smaller dogs - as Husky-bred nature is to attack.

You would need a fully enclosed yard that is escape proof.

If you would like to meet Winter, please contact us to meet the beautiful old girl.

Winter has been in foster care since 17 May 2019, for 4 months

Ziggy & Casper

Ziggy & Casper

DSH - mixed - 5 months and 2 weeks

Ziggy and Casper are very pretty young cats. They are pure white except for a grey slash on the top of their head.

Ziggy loves life and is always looking for a game to play. She is very affectionate but gets scared when someone new comes around. She has settled very well into her foster home and gets on well with everyone else in the house, cats and people.

Casper is a little bit scared when someone new comes around but when he is left to himself, he enjoys climbing in a lap for a purring cuddle. Casper gets a little bit anxious when he cannot see his siblings and therefore would be better finding a home with Ziggy

They are microchipped, vaccinated and desexed.

Ziggy & Casper has been in foster care since 21 July 2019, for 1 month



Maltlier (Maltese x Cavalier) - male - 7 years and 11 months

Hi, I'm Spot. Initially purchased for a 5 year old child who is now 13, I found myself the victim of a bitter marriage separation and they want me 'out as soon as possible' through no fault of my own. So I've been rescued by DCH and am now looking for a true furever home. I get along with my carers dog and we go for walks together. I like barking at visiting birds and dogs that bark at me first when I go for a walk. I am good with kids.
I sit still through grooming and enjoy my food. I don't know what to do with a hard biscuit though.
I am a happy-go-lucky affectionate boy who loves company. My previous household sent me to my carer with some Anxiety treats issued by the Vet but I hope I won't need to use them. I am looking for a home with another small dog so I have company at home and someone to play with and go on walks with and with a family who is familiar with my breed. I also like to be indoors next to my foster carer
And lay next to her as much as possible.
If you would like to meet me, please contact my carer, Jeanette by e-mail to schedule an introduction and find out If your home would be suitable for me.
Spot is desexed, chipped, vaccinated and wormed.

Spotty has been in foster care since 09 September 2019, for 1 weeks



Cattle - female - 10 months and 4 weeks

Gentle, very shy and thankful Cleopatra arrived from a Country pound, starving for food and affection. You may have seen UTube posts of dogs looking lovingly into their new owners (or foster carer's) eyes after having been adopted. Well this was Cleopatra (Cleo). The name Cleopatra was chosen because she has what looks like black eye-liner extending outward from her eyes. Within hours and after a solid meal, Cleopatra found herself sleeping whilst sitting up with her paws on her carer's lap and head nestled on her paws. Cleo sits patiently by her carer's side whilst she is on her computer and gets on well with her carer's much older dogs. A true sweetheart, her personality will shine the more she gets used to a jacket, bed in a warm location and lots of love. Cleo is not used to walking on a lead and has only ventured outside the front gate twice, only walking slowly and warily around the block each time. Cleo has just come into season and will be desexed as soon as practicable as she is underweight and will be available for adoption about mid October 2019. 2 days into the foster I noticed Cleo wanted all the attention and got jealous and growled at my 13 year old toothless dog so it is thought she would best be suited to a single dog, mature household. Two weeks on, Cleo now walks a wide birth from the 13 year old male, and is still happy to sniff my 16 year old female. Cleo will need a family with patience as she learns to curb her very shy persona. In the last 2 days, she has actually made a happy whimper, now wags her tail, greets with excitement rather than crawling along the ground, and loves rolling on the grass in the sunshine. I will update this space as I get to know Cleopatra as she develops and blossoms. Thanks for your interest so far. For initial enquiries, please e-mail Cleo's carer.

Cleopatra has been in foster care since 28 August 2019, for 3 weeks



Staffy - female - 7 months and 2 weeks

Little Serena has recently been rescued from a regional pound and is now living in her foster carers house with her sister; they are both approximately 6-7 months old.

She was initially a little shy and whilst it was clear that Serena just loves people, she took a little while to warm up to the other dogs in the household. She is now calmly living with the other 5 dogs she is with, and so would be suited to a home with another dog as long as a meet and greet is done beforehand to see how they get along.

Serena cannot get enough love from her carer, so would be great in any family that knows big dogs and loves the love they can give!!

Serena is microchipped and vaccinated, and will be desexed this week, so will be ready for her new home in approximately 2 weeks.

Please call Rod her carer to organise meeting her in her Revesby foster home and for more information!

Serena has been in foster care since 10 September 2019, for 1 week

Mr Leo

Mr Leo

DSH - male - 11 months and 4 weeks

Mr Leo (king of the world) loves being the centre of attention.

Mr Leo would suit being on his own as he likes to have your full attention. He prefers being an indoor/outdoor cat and has a beautiful nature.

Mr Leo comes vaccinated, microchipped and desexed.

Sunday and Holly

Sunday and Holly

DSH - female - 9 months and 4 weeks

Available separately or as a pair. These siblings have been around people since they were born but have mostly lived outside with their mother. I have been working really hard to socialise them and they are coming along really well, however may need some extra time to adjust to a house. They come in and stay the night and are very affectionate now.

They use a litter tray, and mostly pretty good with that.

I would love to see them go to a loving home! They are such lovely natured little ones!

Sunday and Holly each come vaccinated, microchipped and desexed.



Staffy - female - 7 months and 2 weeks

Little Kareen has recently been rescued from a regional pound and is now living in her foster carers house with her sister; they are both approximately 6-7 months old.

She was initially a little shy but it was clear that Kareen just loves people and affection, and was up on the couch with her carer as soon as she saw it was okay!

Kareen is living with 5 other dogs at the moment, males and females, that are larger than herself and she is absolutely fine, so should be happy going to a home that has other dogs after an introduction.

Kareen will be microchipped, vaccinated and desexed soon, so will be ready for her new home towards the end of the month.

Please call Rod her carer to organise meeting her in her Revesby foster home and for more information!

Kareen has been in foster care since 31 August 2019, for 2 weeks