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Rehomed Animals

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

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Gromit

Gromit

Domestic Medium Hair - male

Gromit and his brother Gryff were rescued from inside a suburban roof at Minto and came into DCH care at only 3 weeks old. They were initially very shy and scared and have taken weeks to become accustomed to being handled. Now they love the attention!

THESE BROTHERS ARE BONDED ARE MUST BE ADOPTED TOGETHER. They don't stray far from each other and cry out if one gets "lost" in another part of the house.

Gromit is the more adventurous of the two brothers and is usually the first to explore new areas and toys. Although he still bolts when startled, curiosity wins over and he is quick to pop his head back out.

Gryff & Gromit are very shy and ADOPTERS MUST BE PREPARED to win their trust over a few weeks (it won't happen instantly). It has taken me nearly a month but it was well worth the wait to see how affectionate and loving they have become - like my little shadows!

A quieter home with one or two adults (no children), would be perfect for these kittens to thrive. They are both getting used to friendly dogs and are coping well.

The $225 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming/flea-treatment, first vaccination (of 3), and desexing (booked in for 17/09/21). Gromit is also litter-trained and eating both wet and dry Royal Canin Kitten food, with lots of fresh, clean water.

Please use the "Send enquiry email" link below, if you have any questions or if you are interested in adopting Gromit & Gryff. If you are renting, please ensure that you have approval for a cat BEFORE you lodge interest.

You must be over 18 years old to adopt an animal.

Gromit was adopted on 19 September 2021 after 2 months in foster care

Gryff

Gryff

Domestic Medium Hair - male

Gryff and his brother Gromit were rescued from inside a suburban roof at Minto and came into DCH care at only 3 weeks old. They were initially very shy and scared and have taken weeks to become accustomed to being handled. Now they love the attention!

THESE BROTHERS ARE BONDED ARE MUST BE ADOPTED TOGETHER. They don't stray far from each other and cry out if one gets "lost" in another part of the house.

Gryff is the bigger of the brothers and a little cuddly sook! He loves a head scratch and belly rub, and will push Gromit out of the way to get attention. Gryff is also the first to disappear if there is an unknown noise but he is starting to become much more confident around the house.

Gryff & Gromit are very shy and ADOPTERS MUST BE PREPARED to win their trust over a few weeks (it won't happen instantly). It has taken me nearly a month but it was well worth the wait to see how affectionate and loving they have become - like my little shadows!

A quieter home with one or two adults (no children), would be perfect for these kittens to thrive. They are both getting used to friendly dogs and are coping well.

The $225 adoption fee includes microchipping, worming/flea-treatment, first vaccination (of 3), and desexing (booked in for 17/09/21). Gryff is also litter-trained and eating both wet and dry Royal Canin Kitten food, with lots of fresh, clean water.

Please use the "Send enquiry email" link below, if you have any questions or if you are interested in adopting Gryff & Gromit. If you are renting, please ensure that you have approval for a cat BEFORE you lodge interest.

You must be over 18 years old to adopt an animal.

Gryff was adopted on 19 September 2021 after 2 months in foster care

Bella

Bella

Staffy - female

This beautiful staffy, was adopted by a couple from the pound. They named her Chook but soon realised that they didn't have enough time in their busy schedules to give Chook the attention she deserved. Consequently, she was surrendered to DCH Animal Adoptions.

Her foster carer soon discovered that this little darling didn't respond to the name Chook and tried different names until they found that she responded to Bella.

Bella's age is somewhere between 6-12 months. She loves playing ball and her all time favourite thing is to sit beside you on the couch. She is definitely an inside dog but also likes to spend time outside sunning herself.

She hasn't yet been to the dog park with her foster carer so we aren't sure how she is with other dogs or whether or not she is cat friendly. She doesn't currently live with children.

Bella knows basic commands but would benefit from some leash training as she is a strong dog.

Bella was adopted on 19 September 2021 after 2 weeks in foster care

Lebron

Lebron

Labrador x staffy - male

If you are looking for a well behaved, obedient and toilet trained dog, then Lebron is the dog for you
Lebron came into care after being found as a stray. He was extremely thin with badly infected ears however he had the most trusting and loving temperament despite his condition
He sits and shakes hands as well as rolling over for lots of belly scratches. He has now had treatment for his ears as well as being desexed so he is now ready for his new home
If you are looking for a great dog then Lebron is a great choice

Lebron was adopted on 18 September 2021 after 2 months in foster care

Mia

Mia

Domestic Short Hair - female

Mia is a very sweet and adorable little cat. She has the most beautiful fur and face and loves to fall asleep in your lap. She has a very loving personality and is looking for her forever home. She is vet checked, microchipped, desexed, flea/worm treated and her vaccinations are up to date.

Mia was adopted on 12 September 2021 after 3 days in foster care

Bondi

Bondi

DSH - male

Bondi was found by himself at a local shopping center. He came into care scared and timid, but still quite affectionate. He has now warmed up to his foster carers and enjoys sleeping on their chests or curling up beside them. He is an absolute purring machine. He is very energetic and playful, but can still get jumpy around strangers.

Bondi will need to go to a home that will be patient with him while he adjusts to a new home. We feel he would benefit going to a home with another cat as he does enjoy the company of our resident cats, and also no young children.

Well socialised in a family environment with older children and two resident cats.

Bondi needs to go to an indoor only home. He is fully litter trained and comes microchipped, desexed, up to date on vaccinations, flea and worm treated. Bondi is available now.

If you are wanting to open your home to this beautiful boy please send an enquiry. He may take a while to adjust but you will be rewarded with cuddles and purrs.

Please provide us with as much information about your family and home when enquiring.

Located in Plumpton, NSW

Bondi was adopted on 05 September 2021 after 1 month in foster care

Starr

Starr

Domestic shorthair - female

Meet smoochy Starr. Starr and her brother came into care as strays after their feeder moved away and left them to go free. Both Starr and her brother are very loving and smoochy cats. They both adapted to using litter trays within hours of being brought indoors and are absolutely loving indoor life, with no desire to be let outside ever again. They just want love, cuddles and regular food. Starr would love to be rehomed with her brother, but she would do equally well on her own. If you are interested in Starr, please contact me so we can organise a COVID safe introduction.

Mellow

Mellow

Domestic short hair - male

Meet smoochy Mellow. Mellow and his sister came into care as strays after their feeder moved away and left them to go free. Both Mellow and his sister are very loving and smoochy cats. They both adapted to using litter trays within hours of being brought indoors and are absolutely loving indoor life, with no desire to be let outside ever again. They just want love, cuddles and regular food. Mellow would love to be rehomed with his sister, but will do equally well on his own. If you are interested in Mellow, please contact me so we can organise a COVID safe introduction.

Meg

Meg

Staffy X French bulldog - female

Meg is a very friendly dog who would suit an active family with teenage children. She is house trained and is quite happy to stay inside and sit on your lap. She must be allowed both inside and outside however she would not be suitable in a house with cats. She loves walks and is quite obedient. Meg needs access to a backyard and is not suitable for a unit or an apartment.

Meg was adopted on 24 August 2021 after 3 months in foster care

Tigger

Tigger

shd - male

Tigger is the smaller brother of Cheddar. Both boys came into care with two brown tabby siblings. All of them have been re homed now except him. The other three gradually tamed up.

He is a shy boy who isn't a lap cat but is no trouble at all to have around. He is litter trained, not fussy with his food and gets along with other cats and a small dog.

Unfortunately he wasn't rescued off the streets until he was 12 weeks old. Still a kitten, but that is already too old for some cats to truly bond with people. Tigger will hide from people and will generally hiss if you attempt a pat (although it is usually a bluff and he does seem to enjoy the pats when he gets them) but he can sometimes swipe if he feels cornered.
He's might not end up being a normal family pet but he's such an unassuming young boy with such a great nature around other animals and so quiet and easy to have around it would be a shame for him to miss out on a loving home.

He has had all his vaccinations, is de sexed, microchipped and vet check and is ready to go to a good home with someone who has loads of patience and love.

He does interact with other kittens including playing, sleeping and hangs around the dining table for scraps.

Tigger was adopted on 20 August 2021 after 7 months in foster care