Rehomed Other Pets

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

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Henry

Henry

Rabbit - male

I am looking to find my bun - Henry a new loving home.

As much as it pains me to let him go, I want him to have a better life. One where he has more time outside his cage (currently 2-4 hours a day), one with more grass or even friends! He is a delightful and affectionate bun - he loves his cuddles especially during winter! Hoping to rehome Henry to a lovely and welcoming home with grass and possibly another bunny friend.

I have all of his original paperwork and have been keeping up with his vaccinations every 6 months. He was born in January 2018 and I originally adopted him in July 2018 when he was 6 months old.

I'm based in Sydenham, NSW. The ultimate solution would be an open adoption as I'd love to receive updates and pictures every now and again if that was possible.

Nomad

Nomad

Boer Goat - male

2-3 years

Nomad has been surrendered through to DCH when his owner moved properties and could no longer keep him. He seems to be a shy goat, but actually loves company, especially ponies. He does jump up on his hind legs from time to time but he's never been known to do this to people or kids and he has been know to have a play with the resident dog.

Nomad was adopted on 05 June 2012 after 9 months in foster care

Bertie

Bertie

Guinea Pig - male

Bertie is a sweet but shy guinea pig who is looking for a forever home to give him a second chance.He has been rescued by Struggletown Vets after being neglected and abandoned in a box.Please call us if you think you can help.

Trouble

Trouble

Angora Lops x Red Eyed White R - male

7 weeks

These baby bunnies are looking for new homes. They are all handled regularly, and are friendly little rabbit, who love their cuddles and are great with kids.

Trouble was adopted on 04 March 2007 after 2 months in foster care

Emily

Emily

Emily bunny (whose sex is unknown at this point) was impounded and her time ran out. She is now in foster care awaiting a permanent home. Emily bunny will come desexed and vaccinated for a small donation towards her vet costs of $25.

Emily was adopted on 02 October 2006 after 3 days in foster care