Rehomed Animals

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

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Ruby

Ruby

DSH - female

Ruby is such a little cutie. Lots of purrs and head-butts for her foster carer, lots of wrestling and playtime with her littermates. Very affectionate and loving.

Ruby is being fostered in Lithgow, just past the Blue Mountains, and would be delighted to meet you.

The 'Precious Gemstones' litter was born to a feral mum cat at a Warehouse in Western Sydney. They came into care terribly undersized, covered in fleas and very hungry. Now after several weeks in care getting wormed, de-flead, vaccinated, microchipped, and given endless amounts of love and affection, they are ready to go to their new home now
Ruby is microchipped, vaccinated and desexed.

All kittens have been well socialised with other cats and have been introduced to dogs, and will adapt well to any home. They all use their litter tray and scratching post, and enjoy a varied diet of kitten kibble, canned kitten food, chicken wings, chicken livers, chicken hearts and fresh meat. It is preferred that they go to indoor only homes (or those with enclosed outdoor runs).

Professional photos by https://www.ruthlessphotos.com

Ruby was adopted on 24 January 2020 after 3 months in foster care

Pancake

Pancake

Domestic medium hair - female

Pancake is a very special little girl. She has unique features that make her just the cutest little pancake ever. Her name comes from the shape of her chest. Instead of being a rounded shape it is slightly flattened. This does not affect her in the slightest and she is just as playful and beautiful as her sisters. She also has a little kink at the end of her tail which makes her look even cuter. She's chilled out and loves to be picked up and cuddled and snuggled in your lap. She is extremely soft and floofy and once to start patting and cuddling her you can't stop. Pancake would love to be adopted with one of her sisters or her mumma. They all love each other very much and it would be lovely to have a pair to keep each other company.

Pancake was adopted on 23 January 2020 after 3 weeks in foster care

Axel

Axel

DSH - male

Axel is a gorgeous, confidant little black and white boy. He came into care after being found stuck in the engine bay of a car. He was very young and was adopted by another nursing mother in care with kittens. He adapted very well and his new cat family all love him and he loves them. Axel has blossomed into a delightful, playful and chilled out little guy. He purrs when picked up and loves to be cuddled. He's a awesome cat and will make the perfect addition to your family.

Axel was adopted on 23 January 2020 after 4 days in foster care

Grace

Grace

domestic medium hair - female

Grace came into care from the pound along with her 4 baby girls. Quiche Lorraine, Steak Diane, Pudding and Pancake. She is a young mummy and has done an amazing job raising her family. She is super sweet and loves attention with lots of pats and cuddles. She has bright eyes and a cute floofy tail and is beautiful and soft. She has a lots of love and affection to give her new family. She purrs loudly especially when given attention or when she's watching her baby girls. It would be nice to see Grace be adopted with one of her babies. She is very social and will love to have company and have another kitty to live with.

Grace was adopted on 22 January 2020 after 2 weeks in foster care

Judge

Judge

Domestic Medium Haired - male

Judge is a cutie, loves a rumble & play with his sibling.
Judge came into care with his mum & sibling
A very curious little guy always looking for mischief.
Super cuddly & loves to smooch
Loves playtime.
Litter trained & great eater.

Judge is ready and waiting to meet his new family.

Judge was adopted on 22 January 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Chequita AKA Kitty

Chequita AKA Kitty

DSH - female

Meet Kitty!
Kitty was a stray, living on the streets before a member of the public rescued her and her brother.

Since coming into care she's proven herself to be a sassy cat. Kitty is sweet and friendly once she's had some time to adjust to her new environment. She loves to eat and is reliably litter trained. Kitty would love to be in a home where she can be the only cat but may also do well with a submissive fur sibling. She has lived with a dog previously with no problems.

Kitty will need time to adjust and learn the ways of your home but once she trusts you she will shower you with affection.

Chequita AKA Kitty was adopted on 20 January 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Milo

Milo

Domestic Short Hair - male

Not one, not two, but five cute, playful, beautiful bundles of joy are looking for furever homes. Available for adoption now.
Found dumped in a box, they have been nurtured by a Good Samaritan, who is now fostering them on behalf of DCH. They have thrived in her care, and have happily adapted to living as part of the family with two older children and an adult cat. Each of them loves human company and being handled.

Introducing MiloMilo is the largest of the litter, but is really a big softy! He seems to get a little sad when he is away from his siblings and is very fond of our 1year old cat, so we think he might benefit from being adopted with one of his siblings or into a home with a resident cat.

Milo is a very sweet kitten, and loves to play with his feline friends as well as his toys.

He seems to leave most of the purring up to the other four, but has fallen asleep in our laps a couple of times.

Well socialised within a home environment, Milo will no doubt bring joy and affection to most family types in return for your loving care and attention. Any home must, however, be indoor only.
All kittens are vaccinated, microchipped and vet checked. Desexing is included in their adoption fee.

If you are interested in learning more about Milo, or visiting him , he is currently located in the PETstock Adoption enclosure at PETstock Macquarie Center (North Ryde)

Milo was adopted on 20 January 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Deku

Deku

Domestic Short Hair - male

Not one, not two, but five cute, playful, beautiful bundles of joy are looking for furever homes. Deku, the littlest kitty, will be available for adoption end December.

Found dumped in a box, they have been nurtured by a Good Samaritan, who is now fostering them on behalf of DCH. They have thrived in her care, and have happily adapted to living as part of the family with two older children and an adult cat. Each of them loves human company and being handled.

Introducing Deku

The beautiful ball of fluff, Deku, is the smallest kitten of the litter, and it did take him a little while to come out of his shell. Now he is a very playful kitten and is particularly affectionate with his humans.

When Deku has finished his playtime, there is nothing he loves better than lots of petting and the opportunity to sleep on any available lap.

Well socialised within a home environment, Deku will no doubt bring joy and affection to most family types in return for your loving care and attention. Any home must, however, be indoor only.
All kittens are vaccinated, microchipped and vet checked. Desexing is included in their adoption fee.

Deku is now available for meet and greet at Petstock Macquarie Park.

Deku was adopted on 20 January 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Lenny

Lenny

DSH - male

Lenny and his 4 x siblings (Laney, Lexi, Lucy & Liam), were born to a lovely mumcat who had been left on the street. Mumcat and kittens were temporarily moved to my house, and she has been feeding and mothering her kittens beautifully. Mumcat has now found a home in a managed, enclosed colony and she will be prevented from having further litters, and looked after very well.

As Lenny and his siblings have been handled since they were about a week old, these kittens absolutely adore people! Now they are older, they are skilled at finding a comfy lap to sit on, and they love to run to the door to greet everyone.

All are drinking water and eating wet and dry kitten food, with good appetites, and of course, they are litter trained.

This litter should also be Inside Only kittens in their future homes, unless they are safely supervised outside.

Lenny is a little smooch who has just started to purr. This little guy likes to be the centre of attention and is very content being carried around. He enjoys playing with his siblings and other foster kittens, and is now becoming friends with our Golden Retrievers.

The $200 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing.

Please contact me if you have any questions or if you would like to come and meet Lenny. You and your family are most welcome to organise a time to visit!

You must be over 18yrs old and an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident to adopt from DCH

Lenny was adopted on 19 January 2020 after 3 months in foster care

Lucy

Lucy

DSH - female

Lucy and her 4 x siblings (Lenny, Lexi, Laney & Liam), were born to a lovely mumcat who had been left on the street. Mumcat and kittens were temporarily moved to my house, and she has been feeding and mothering her kittens beautifully. Mumcat has now found a home in a managed, enclosed colony and she will be prevented from having further litters, and looked after very well.

As Lucy and her siblings have been handled since they were about a week old, these kittens absolutely adore people! Now they are older, they are skilled at finding a comfy lap to sit on, and they love to run to the door to greet everyone.

All are drinking water and eating wet and dry kitten food, with good appetites, and of course, they are litter trained.

This litter should also be Inside Only kittens in their future homes, unless they are safely supervised outside.

Lucy is a tiny little girl with loads of personality. She is very curious and loves to follow everyone around to see what's happening. She also makes lots of eye contact when she is having a cuddle.

The $200 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming, first vaccination and desexing.

Please contact me if you have any questions or if you would like to come and meet Lucy. You and your family are most welcome to organise a time to visit!

(Kittens must reach 1kg and be at least 8weeks old before adoption can be processed but you can place them "On Hold" with a deposit)

Lucy was adopted on 19 January 2020 after 3 months in foster care