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Ferdinand

Ferdinand

DSH - male - 3 months and 1 week

Hello,

My name is Ferdinand. I'm extremely handsome.... and just look at my tail!!!
I'm the beeeautiful grey kitty (my brother, Fergus is the other rather ordinary black one, although I still play with him). I would love to come and live at yours forever!

We live happily with a German Shepherd doggie, other kitties and a rabbit... oh, and our human foster carers. You can't want more multi cultural pets!

I'm a shy kitty, I usually wait for my brother to test the waters before I come over to check things out. Don't get me wrong though - I LOVE to play! I like being picked up once I feel safe and I will purr and 'flop' into you. Meal times are my favourite - I love to eat! My main preferences are fish and roast chicken but I'm also fond of whatever you're eating. I'm very clean, I use my litter tray every time and I don't make a mess. I'm very confident around dogs and other cats but take time to trust my human. If you think you'd like to meet and possibly give me a forever home, contact my carer! We'd love to hear from you!

Kind regards,

Ferdinand

Ferdinand has been in foster care since 12 December 2018, for 1 month

Fergus

Fergus

DSH - male - 3 months and 1 week

Heeeeey, hello? HELLOOO!

I'm Fergus! My brother and I are currently in care and are looking for a home that will have us forever!

I"m the beautiful black kitty, although if you look closely, you'll see I have rather elegant stripes through my coat. Ferdi seems to think he's rather more handsome, but he doesn't realise that black cats are very lucky in many cultures. And my tail is also very special...

We live happily with a German Shepherd doggie, other kitties, and a rabbit
.. and our human carers, of course. What more can you want in a multicultural pet!

I'm an inquisitive cat, I love to play and explore. I like dogs especially, I live with a GSD as well as a frenchie and we sleep, play and snack together. I've learned to love snuggles and now I love being picked up and smooched! I purr pretty loudly for a little guy like me but my foster mum assures me that someone out there will adore it. My vet work is up to date, I got desexed today (WHAT THE HECK?!), I'm microchipped and have had my first vaccinations. They wormed me too and I've been flea treated, so I'm ready to come and live with you now!
Please contact my foster mum, Jasmin, for any questions and to arrange our meet and greet. Hopefully I'll meet you soon!

Fergus has been in foster care since 12 December 2018, for 1 month

Missy

Missy

Dsh - female - 2 months and 1 weeks

Missy was rescued along with her sister, Cuddles, by a good samaritan who is now fostering them on behalf of DCH.

Missy is a sassy, playful, outgoing and adventurous little girl. All she wants to do is play, explore and get head rubs. She is very sociable, and extremely inquisitive about her surroundings. Missy is smaller than her sister but that doesn’t faze her. She makes up for it with her bigger than life and playful attitude.

After a few episodes of karate kitten, Missy particularly likes playing with the other household pets, and follows them around for play time. Missy is a crazy and energetic little kitten who is entertaining to watch, fun to play with for hours and cuddle with when she is tired and wants a nap. Missy gets along well with children and other pets in her foster home with no problem, and loves people.

Missy has fitted in her foster home immediately, and is sure to bring much joy to her new furever (and energetic!) family.

Missy will be microchipped and vaccinated prior to adoption. De-sexing is also included in her adoption fee.

Do contact us if you’d like to learn more or arrange a meet and greet and meet Missy in her Stanhope Gardens foster home.

Missy has been in foster care since 09 January 2019, for 1 weeks

Cuddles

Cuddles

Dsh - female - 2 months and 1 weeks

Cuddles was rescued along with her sister, Missy, by a good samaritan who is now fostering them on behalf of DCH.

Cuddles can be a little bit shy and timid when you first meet her, as she takes a little bit of time getting to know her surroundings and new people. Once she is comfortable however, true to her name she is the cuddliest snuggle bug there is.

Cuddles just demands for you to give her love and affection and rubs her head on your leg, arm, face until you give in, sit down and pet her until she has had enough (which is never). She likes playing with her sister, Missy, however Cuddles, true to her name, is more mellow and would rather cuddle and sleep under your chin, on your shoulder or on your lap.

Cuddles gets along well with the other pets in her foster home, once she warms up to them and realises they are not a threat. She also gets along with children and shows lots of love and affection to whoever she meets.

Cuddles will be microchipped and vaccinated prior to adoption. De-sexing is included in her adoption fee.

Do contact us if you’d like to learn more or arrange a meet and greet and meet Cuddles in her Stanhope Gardens foster home.

Cuddles has been in foster care since 09 January 2019, for 1 weeks

Jack and Jake

Jack and Jake

DSH - male - 2 years and 1 month

Twins Jack and Jake are very easy-going, relaxed cats that would easily fit into most homes.

Both love to play, and they are great with big and small dogs, their cat-mates and the rabbit they currently live with in foster care. In fact they are currently inducting two new foster kittens into the correct way to become cat purrfection. They do enjoy their supervised outdoor time as well as chilling with their humans.

Jack and Jake have been with their foster carer since they were bottle fed after being abandoned around 2 weeks old. As a result, they are very fond of each other, and would definitely prefer a furever home together.

As kittens, both had issues with their eyes, mainly due to ingrowing lashes. They do both need a family who can commit to cleaning their eyes and adding moisturising eyedrops twice a day to keep them comfortable. They are both totally relaxed and used to this routine.


It is still possible that Jack may need further vetinerary treatment, but we are hoping Jake may be fine given the daily attention. Clearly this extra care does require a special and loving person. If you think this may be you, please contact Jake and Jack’s carer, Jasmin - on 0424 738 236 - to arrange a meet and greet at their foster home.

They have already been de-sexed, microchipped, and their vaccinations are up to date. The adoption price for these two lovely boys has been reduced, due to their medical issues, to only $50 for the pair.

***many thanks go to David and Michael who have helped contribute to Jacks additional vet fees, we have still spent an additional $900 on vet fees and sponsorship help would be very appreciated.***

Jack and Jake has been in foster care since 15 January 2017, for 2 years

Monkey

Monkey

Domestic Short Haired - male - 3 months and 1 week

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.

Currently being fostered in Randwick, NSW.

~~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 has been in foster care since 28 November 2018, for 1 month

Mouse

Mouse

Domestic Short Haired - female - 3 months and 1 week

What a gorgeous little lady Mouse is! Very playful, and energetic, this kitty enjoys coming up to you for pats and snuggles, and will follow you around the house whereever you go. She often flops down on the floor at your feet and begs you to touch her tummy and play with her.

Very sweet girl who has been introduced to other cats and dogs, and will make a wonderful addition to your home.

Currently being fostered in Randwick, NSW.

~~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!~~

Mouse has been in foster care since 28 November 2018, for 1 month

Turtle

Turtle

Domestic Short Haired - female - 3 months and 1 week

Turtle is a little cutie-pa-too-tie!! She absolutely loves wrestling, chasing and playing with her brothers and sisters (Monkey and Mouse) and adores being picked up for a cuddle. She is a purring machine!

Very inquisitive and curious, she will follow you around the house and jump up onto the couch to get any offered snacks if you call her.

Desexed, vaccinated, flea treated and wormed, Turtle is ready for a loving home either with other cats, other pets, kids or adults. She has been well socialised with other cats, kids and has met some dogs as well.

She is a confident little girl and would be an adorable addition to any family.

Currently being fostered in Randwick, NSW.

~~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!~~

Turtle has been in foster care since 28 November 2018, for 1 month

Tigerlilly

Tigerlilly

Domestic Short Hair - female - 4 months

Tigerlilly (Lily) is a gorgeous little tabby kitten who came into foster as a 4 week old stray with her two sisters (Izzie & Rosie). Lily is a very affectionate little girl who loves belly rubs, sleeping on the back of the couch or playing with her siblings.

Lily has been exposed to other kittens, older cats and dogs and is comfortable with them all, and you can often find her playing with the older cats, or curled up next to the dogs having a nap.

Lily is litter trained and has been microchipped and received her 1st vaccination, she is also up to date with her flea and worming treatment and will be desexed prior to her adoption.

Lily will be available for adoption by mid-December at which time a visit can be arranged to meet her at her current foster home in Bligh Park.

Tigerlilly has been in foster care since 29 November 2018, for 1 month

Elmo (Deaf Kitten)

Elmo (Deaf Kitten)

DMH - male - 2 months and 4 weeks

Elmo was found with his 3 snow white siblings and came into DCH care, very undernourished and flea-bitten. However, this litttle guy meowed loudly for attention as soon as he saw people and surprisingly showed no fear at all.

Elmo's meow was very loud and long and he slept so soundly he didn't stir. It soon became apparent there was something a little different about Elmo... he is deaf!

This beautiful blue eyed boy will need a special Indoor Only Home as he needs to be kept safe. Just because Elmo is deaf, it doesn't stop him from being curious and playful and getting into mischief, like any other kitten! Elmo just needs a safe and caring home, and he will reward you with affection.

Elmo has met other cats and kittens and is very sociable! It may also help having another cat/kitten around him that is not deaf, so that they can communicate and the cat with hearing can teach him routines.

Living with a deaf cat needs a little extra time and patience, so you do need to give some thought to this beforehand. Like all cats though, deaf cats are beautiful, and deserve loving and responsible forever homes.

Elmo (Deaf Kitten) has been in foster care since 19 December 2018, for 4 weeks