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Domestic Short Hair - Medium H - female - 2 years and 9 months

Amelia came from a Sydney pound as a scared girl. She arrived shortly after having kittens but her kittens were not brought in with her.

She is a lovely girl who will purr and want pats but only in small amounts. She can be a little too playful for her own good and can get a little rough with her feline and canine foster family.

She is not good around dogs or other animals so is best in a quite home without other animals where she can rule the house. She would love access to an outside cat enclosure.

She has a lovely possum type fluffy tail.

Amelia had cat flu when she arrived in our care, but it has has been fully treated with medication.
She has been desexed, and has received 2 vaccinations. She is microchipped and wormed

Amelia has been in foster care since 12 September 2018, for 6 months



Domestic ShortHair - female - 1 year

Ella came to us from a Sydney pound as a scared girl. She is currently in foster care and gaining confidence. She loves a few pats in short bursts but she will swipe you away once she has had enough. She will need a little time and attention on your social behaviours but should make for a great companion.

She has been desexed, and received 2 vaccinations.
She is microchipped, wormed and flea treated,

Located at Acacia Gardens

Ella has been in foster care since 12 September 2018, for 6 months



Domestic Short Hair - female - 5 months and 1 weeks

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.

If you would like to meet this kitten or its siblings, please contact us.

Located in Acacia Gardens close to Parklea Markets

**Sponsorship Needed - January 2019. Minnie has injured her right back leg. She had x-rays which confirmed it was not broken and has needed 2 courses of medication to assist her. Her treatment has cost $249 to date and is expected to be over $300. Any help with her vet bills will be appreciated.**

Minnie has been in foster care since 19 October 2018, for 5 months



shd - male - 4 months and 2 weeks

Diesel is an attractive, shiny black haired boy who is red haired when you see him in the sunlight. He is ultra affectionate and was rescued along with a mixed bag of another 8 kittens. He lives in a foster home with another 10 kittens and gets along well with everyone

Diesel has been in foster care since 29 December 2018, for 2 months

Jack and Jake

Jack and Jake

DSH - male - 2 years and 3 months

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 2.2 years



DSH - male - 5 months and 1 weeks

Heeeeey, hello? HELLOOO!

I'm Fergus! I am currently in care, looking for a home that will have me forever! I'm told I am a beautiful black kitty, although if you look closely, you'll see I have rather elegant stripes through my coat;my tail is also very special... I'd also like to point out to us black cats are considered to be very lucky in many cultures.

I 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 am desexed (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 in her home in Ebenezer. Hopefully I'll meet you soon!

Fergus has been in foster care since 12 December 2018, for 3 months



DSH - female - 1 year and 5 months

Pixie was fostered together with her teenage mum and 3 siblings, all of whom have found homes.

Pixie has a unique personality; she enjoys exploring, as well as standing at your feet meowing at you and sitting next to you on the lounge. She’s used to being handled by young children, although she does take a little time to adjust initially.

She can be a little skittish if there is too much loud noise and sudden movement so older/no children would be best.

When happy, Pixie can get ecstatic - not only purring loudly, but sticking her rear in the air, and rolling over to expose her belly to you …. And is known to drool with bliss!

Pixie is already de-sexed and microchipped, and is up to date on all her vet requirements.

She’s currently homed with two other cats.

If you’d like to arrange to meet Pixie at her Campbelltown foster home, please contact her carer, Imaan.

Pixie has been in foster care since 13 November 2017, for 1.3 years



Domestic Short Hair - female - 3 years and 4 months

Abandoned and rescued as a shy one year old, Camden has grown into a beautiful young adult with striking markings. Needing less attention now she is no longer a kitten, Camden may well fit in with a working person or couple, as easily as she could love an entire family.

Camden loves treats, and sleeping in her little pot with her baby beanie boo possum. She can be shy, but loves affection when she’s in the zone! She likes plenty of cuddles and loves to have a good belly rub, as well as playing, laying in the sun, and chasing things. Oh, and she has a great appetite.

Camden’s speciality is head butting and purring, and she really enjoys being with her human foster family. But, now she really would like to have her own family, so that in a short time this little girl can love you unconditionally.

Camden is already de-sexed, and is up to date on all her vet requirements.

If you’d like to arrange to meet Camden at her Narellan foster home, please contact her carer, Christine - on 0413 317 481.

Camden has been in foster care since 07 September 2016, for 2.5 years



Domestic Short Hair - male - 2 months and 3 weeks

Cricket was found on the street on a hot Sydney day when he was just a teeny little lad. Lost and alone, this little ginger fluff ball meowed his little lungs out until he was found by a member of the public and handed into the local vets.

Taken into foster care, this little baby had to learn how to eat solids all on his own, without his mum and littermates helping him out. After a few weeks in care, Cricket has flourished with lots of love and care under vet supervision.

Cricket is proving to be an affectionate, energetic, and snuggly lad.

He will be available for adoption once he is over 1kg in weight and old enough to leave his foster brothers and sisters, approx early March.
He will be microchipped, and have had his 1st vaccination. His desexing is also covered by her adoption fee.

Currently fostered in Randwick, NSW.

Cricket has been in foster care since 11 February 2019, for 1 month



dsh - female - 1 year

Penny's personality is the most gentle I've ever come across in a kitty. Even though she has been with us for only a short time, she purrs very fast and very loudly when picked up. She is generally shy with new people though, so her furever family may have to give her a couple of weeks to settle, to allow her to gain the confidence that she's safe and loved. Penny does love playing with toys, and happily eats whatever cat food is on offer.

Although she doesn’t realise it herself, Penny walks with a very unusual gait. (See Video). After a thorough vet check-up, including x-rays, the vet has ruled out any problems with her bones and joints. Instead the vet thinks it may be neurological, and in any event, thankfully, it causes no pain and Penny is perfectly happy the way she is!

Penny does have strength in those back legs, as she loves to stand up on them so she can see what might be of interest up the bench - taking her full body weight. Fortunately, she hasn’t learnt yet to jump up on the furniture, but ,when she decides to chase her feline foster friends, Penny just launches herself straight at them from her sleeping position.

Penny has enjoyed being an indoor kitty to date, and because she doesn’t realise her legs won’t run fast enough to get away from dangerous situations, her new furever home must also be indoors. She does love her cat buddies, and is also living harmoniously with her carer’s large cat friendly dogs, so a family (be it large, a couple or a single person) with existing potential playmates may well find her a wonderful companion. Because Penny is very gentle, however, any animal friends should not play rough.

Penny is microchipped, and her vaccinations are up to date. Her adoption fee includes de-sexing.

If you would like to meet this special kitty at her foster home in Glenhaven , please call her carer Jeni to arrange a time.

Penny has been in foster care since 20 July 2018, for 7 months