Rehomed Animals

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

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Sammy

Sammy

Dsh - male

Sammy was surrendered to DCH at the age of 4 just before Christmas last year. He is a very friendly and smoochy cat with his humans, but also loves dogs and is brilliant with his permanent and foster feline friends, too.

He has proven to be a very adaptable cat, and would no doubt love to find a family with other kitties or cat-friendly dogs to play with if possible. Sammy is also used to being an indoor/outdoor cat to date.

Sammy particularly loves to rub up against members of his foster carer family, but generally prefers to sit beside them rather than on them, which is a bonus in summer time! Like many cats, he’s not that keen on being picked up. But he hasn’t a mean bone in his body, so will always point that out very politely.

If you have room in your heart and home for Sammy, he would love to meet you at his Glenhaven foster home.

Sammy is already de-sexed and microchipped, and is up to date on all his vet requirements. His adoption fee is $125.

He looks forward to meeting you soon at his Glenhaven foster home.

Sammy was adopted on 11 November 2019 after 1.9 years in foster care

Griffin

Griffin

British Bulldog Mix Dog - male

Griffin is a very sweet, friendly boy that has had a terrible life before coming to rescue. He had been very neglected, had a severe ear infection in both ears, untreated hematomas, no microchip and he wasnt desexed.

After weeks of care Griffin is almost ready to find his Forever Home. He is currently in foster care with other dogs of various sizes,he loves young children and is a generally well behaved boy.

He is looking for a loving retirement home where he can enjoy his final years in comfort with care and a family who genuinely want to spend time with and love him.

Medical Notes:

Due to his neglectful past Griffin will need an injection for his skin & ears which lasts anywhere from 4 - 8 weeks. This is a must so if you are unable to provide this Griffin isnt the dog for you.

Located in Pitt Town, NSW

Griffin was adopted on 20 September 2019 after 6 days in foster care

Karen

Karen

Domestic Short Hair - female

Karen is a beautiful and friendly cat who is looking for a new home.

She can be very talkative and likes attention.

She has come through the pound system and was adopted by someone and was unfortunately then surrendered to a vet clinic.
Karen is now back in foster care looking for a new indoor home.

Karen is looking for an indoor home.

She has received all 3 vaccinations and is desexed and is ready to find her permanent home.

Located at North Ryde

Karen was adopted on 10 September 2019 after 3 days in foster care

OJ

OJ

Domestic Short Hair - female

O.J found her self surrendered at a vet clinic with her kittens and no home.
She has been living at a clinic for a few months. Her kittens all found homes but O.J has been waiting patiently for the right home for her.

She Is a beautiful cat and loves company and attention.
She loves to play and is very smoochy once she knows you.
O.J would like a home where she can be an indoor cat and have lots of attention and love.

O.J enjoys playing with toys but does tend to damage them quickly.

O.J. is all up to date on her vaccinations, flea and worm treatment, she is microchipped and desexed .

OJ was adopted on 08 September 2019 after 3 weeks in foster care

Gracie

Gracie

Domestic Short Hair - female

Gracie is a sweet little lady who didn't have the greatest start to life. She started off the first year of her life on a chicken farm in a cat colony not knowing where her next meal might come from.

She is a lovely smoochie girl who loves a chin rub or head pat, so much so that sometimes she will start to drool and knead at the ground.

She will best suit a quiet home with a family that understands where she has come from and that she needs time to open up.

Environment:
Gracie must go to an indoor only home. Being an ex-colony cat, she may have a tendency to wander.
She would ideally like a home with other indoor cats and dogs.
Gracie needs a quiet home. She may tolerate a family with older kids.
She will use her cat scratcher and likes a nice sunny spot to sunbake in. She also needs a good spot to hide when she is unsure.

Behaviour:
She can be very wary of people and can take a while to warm up but once she does warm up to her human she becomes a smoochy love bug.
She does not like to be picked up but is slowly getting better with it.
She is litter trained.
She takes tablets well when hidden in her meat.

Feeding:
When in a new environment she may take a few days to eat but will slowly come around.
She was 100% raw fed on Big dog and Prime 100 Barf cat food. But is being introduce to Ivory Coat Indoor cat biscuits.

Gracie is currently located at the PETstock Penrith Adoption Enclosure and is waiting to meet her new family at Petstock @ 9/72-82 Mulgoa Rd, Jamisontown NSW 2750

Gracie is microchipped, desexed, wormed, flea treated and is fully vaccinated.

Gracie was adopted on 06 September 2019 after 4 months in foster care

Blaze

Blaze

Kelpie - male

This is Blaze, the lovely 2 year old Kelpie who was adopted from Bankstown Pound in February of this year. Through no fault of his own, Blaze needs a new home.

Blaze is a very friendly and loving dog who loves being with his humans. He is great with children, other dogs and cats. He is house trained and sleeps very calmly inside on his bed at night. When he's relaxing he loves to chow down on a chew toy. He loves playing with other dogs and is not aggressive in any way.

Blaze is a very active young boy, his favourite game at the moment is chasing the tennis ball. He walks very well on the lead, but does like to bark at people on bicycles!

He would be suited to a home with a good size backyard for chasing the ball, and who have lots of time to spend with him.

He is desexed, and located in Glenmore Park. Please call Gemma on 0435 939858, who will then put you in contact with his owner.

Jet & Boots

Jet & Boots

Domestic Short Hair - male

Jet & Boots came into foster care at approx 3 weeks of age after being found alone and in need of care. Jet & Boots has been raised as an indoor home with lost of love and handling while in care.

They love to play together and are a great bonded pair.

They are looking for an indoors only home where they can remain together and be the centre of attention.

They have had their 1st F3 vaccination Only.
They have been wormed and flea treated.
They are both desexed.

Located in Acacia Gardens.

Jet & Boots was adopted on 26 August 2019 after 2 months in foster care

Max

Max

British blue cross - male

Max is a beautiful sleek British Blue cross, now around 11 month’s old.

He is a laid back dude looking for the love of his life - perhaps a furever home with a resident cat, dog or rabbit, as he loves to groom and be groomed. Max’s grooming pals currently include a German Shepherd and a French Bulldog, as well as the bunny and other cats and kittens who share his home.

Max is a talker, and loves attention and lots of pats. Like many cats, he’s not keen on being picked up – and will tell you if he’s unhappy! He’s also very adept at communicating which type of food is his favourite.

Max has lived his life as an indoor cat, so is looking for an indoor only home. He is reliably litter trained, and can be left alone during the day with a furry friend for company. We believe he will quickly fit in with most family environments provided any children are of an age to respect feline boundaries. In return, he will reward you with ongoing entertainment and attention.

Max is already de-sexed, microchipped and vaccinated, and has been wormed and flea treated – so he is ready and waiting to find his permanent home.

If you'd like to meet this little rascal in his Ebenezer foster home, please contact his carer, Jasmin.

Max was adopted on 23 August 2019 after 4 months in foster care

Pancake

Pancake

Domestic Short Haired - male

Pancake, Maple (Syrup) and Juice are fun breakfast names given to this trio of delicious kittens! While at home with their foster carer, they are called 'kitties!' and 'puss-puss-puss!' as well as a bunch of sweet nothings, as they snuggle up for cuddles. So never-fear, you do not need to keep their name!

They have all grown up together after being found as strays, with no mum to care for them. All were bottlefed in care, and have grown up being exposed to different noises and smells, children and other cats.
They all use their litter trays, are used to eating a variety of can food, kibble and fresh chicken necks, chicken hearts and chicken wings (raw meaty bones are fantastic for their teeth!). They also have been flea treated, wormed, and have been bathed a few times as well as have had their claws trimmed.

Pancake himself is an adventurous, friendly and smoochy boy. He will follow you from room-to-room and look into what you're doing to see if it's interesting. He is turning into a lanky teenager and will grow up to be a friendly, well adjusted, purry young lad.

He is available for adoption to a home that either has someone home for parts of the day, or with an existing cat/pet, as he is likely to be very lonely when taken away from his litter mates.

Available to meet at Randwick, NSW.

Pancake was adopted on 22 August 2019 after 3 months in foster care

Bailey

Bailey

SharPei Cross - male

Bailey came into foster care in July after he was treated at the vets for poisoning from a Yesterday Today & Tomorrow plant and needed additional care for 1-2 weeks to ensure he recovered and was healthy. He has fully recovered from his ordeal and is a lovely friendly puppy. We have called him Bailey. He is super friendly with kids and loves to sit in your lap and have pats. He has happy, healthy and active. His ideal new family would have to have some kids in it as he loves all the attention.

He has been desexed and comes with his 1st C5 vaccination. He will need 2 other vaccinations to be completed over the next 2 months to be supplied by the owner owner.

Bailey had double dewclaws on his hind legs. These have been removed while he was desexed to prevent possible tearing injuries.

Bailey is looking for a forever home where he can grow up and grow old. His new owner will need to ensure he attends puppy school and that he is well socialised with other dogs and learns obedience commands. He is going to the toilet on puppy pads in his room in side and can often hold it overnight and go outside in the morning when he goes out to stretch his legs.

Bailey is learning to chase a ball and loves any attention he can get.
He is used to having attention all day so he will need to be rehomed to a family with lots of time and attention for him.

Available from the 10th August once stitches have been removed.

Located in Acacia Gardens. Not available for interstate adoptions.

Bailey was adopted on 21 August 2019 after 1 month in foster care