Rehomed Animals

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

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Carrot

Carrot

Domestic Short Hair - female

Rusty, Peanut, Carrot have been surrendered into DCH foster care when they were about 3.5 - 4 weeks old. They have been bottle fed and have spent a lot of time around their foster carers. They are used to hugs and kisses and lots of attention.

These kittens have a lovely temperament and purr very quickly. They love company and enjoy a big long play. They have now reached the time for them to start their search for the new homes, They have been 1st vaccinated, microchipped, wormed, flea treated and desexed.

Please contact us if you would like any more information on these kittens.

Rusty and Peanut are currently located in the PETstock adoption enclosure at Marsden Park and Carrot will re-join them in a few days once her stitches from desexing have healed up.

Carrot was adopted on 10 June 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Sesame

Sesame

Domestic - female

Sesame is a very active girl who enjoys playing with her siblings as well as cat toys.

She could spend half an hour on the teaser and chase after it till exhausted.

She also enjoys massage under the chin and around the neck. As she has very strong attachment with her siblings, it will be ideal if she could go to a forever loving home with one of her siblings.

Preferably to be an indoor cat.

Located in Hurstville

Adoption fee includes Microchipping, Vaccination, Worming and Desexing.

Sesame was adopted on 09 June 2019 after 2 months in foster care

Arya

Arya

Domestic Short Hair - female

Arya was abandoned in a park with her sister, Sansa, when they were between 1 and 2 weeks old. These poor little sisters! With no human owners in sight, or their mum-cat, they both came into care and were bottlefed around the clock until they gained their strength and started putting on weight.
Now 7 weeks later, Arya is a strong, healthy and happy kitten who is ready to go to her forever home!

She is a snuggly and purry little lady, who loves playing with her foster brother, Rickon, sisters Sansa, and has been exposed to young children and older cats. She would suit a variety of homes!

Arya has learnt how to use the litter tray, groom herself, and use a scratching post. She hasn't learnt her name though, as at her foster home she gets called all sorts of sweet nothings, and 'puss-puss-puss!' so you will be able to choose a name that suits her once you get to know her personality.

She is currently being fostered in Randwick, NSW and would be delighted to meet you!

Please note: Arya is not desexed as yet, and will be adopted with a desexing contract which will ensure she is desexed at a DCH vet when she is old enough. Please contact her carer to discuss your options.

Arya was adopted on 08 June 2019 after 6 days in foster care

Luna

Luna

DMH - female

Luna has been in care since she was a few days old. She found herself(along with her mum and 5 siblings (Bear, Magic, Misty, Bobby and Violet) at the pound. She was placed into foster care immediately and has since been raised in a loving home environment. Luna is a confident, happy, affectionate girl that would like to be rehomed with one of her siblings. She is strictly an indoor-only cat but would like an outdoor enclosure so she can send some time basking in the sun.

Please ring Karen her foster carer at any time on 0435 085 615 if you would like more information to find out if you are suitable to adopt this beautiful girl. Luna is in foster care 5 mins from Penrith, NSW. She is microchipped, had her 1st vaccination and be desexed prior to rehoming. Shee is litter-trained and up to date with flea and worm treatments.

Luna was adopted on 07 June 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Lola

Lola

Spoodle - female

Meet delightful Lola, a friendly ball of energy and lots of fun. Lola was surrendered into DCH care on 19 May 2019, due to her owner having to move to a Nursing Home. Thankfully she is now in care and is looking for a furever home.

Lola is currently learning how to use a doggie door and looks to be afraid of stairs. On car rides, Lola cries in anticipation that she will probably be going to a doggie park or doggie beach. Lola is friendly toward other dogs, but tends to want to chase cars when crossing the road.

Lola was put on a special Veterinary Diet (Royal Canin) to prevent crystals forming in her urine. It was also thought that Lola had a heart condition, however a very recent MRI performed by the Specialist team at SASH has dismissed this line of thought. The report is available to any serious potential owner.

Lola would thrive in a household dedicated to giving her time and love. Once comfortable with you, she will lay quietly beside your feet. Background music or noises has helped calmed her anxiety. Lola is okay on her own and was tested for the first time in her current household as she was left alone for about 3 hours. She cried as the carer left and was at the door and greeted the owner when she came home.

Originally trained but behaviour has lapsed due to condition of the previous owner. Lola is house trained and will go to the toilet outside.

Lola comes desexed and her vaccinations are up to date.

If you're in a position to want to meet and greet Lola, she's available now. E-mail enquiries are welcome from her foster carer details of which can be obtained below.

Lola was adopted on 06 June 2019 after 2 weeks in foster care

Monkey

Monkey

Domestic Short Hair - male

Monkey is a friendly 8 month old, handsome young boy. He came into care as a gorgeous 7 week old with his litter-mates, and was adopted once he was old enough to be desexed. Unfortunately that home didn't work out, so he is now back in care and looking for his forever home. Will this be you?

Monkey is affectionate, playful, energetic and friendly. He is so keen to play with his current foster-mates, and would blend well with any existing cats in your home. He has been exposed to lots of different noises and smells, so will likely settle with any dogs in a family with the correct introductions.

As his name sake, Monkey is a clever, cheeky boy and has proven himself to be an escape artist! For this reason, we suggest that he remain an indoor only cat, as he is likely to get into mischief in the outside world and accidentally hurt himself, or native wildlife. He has lived his whole life in an apartment and knows how to use his litter tray and scratching posts.

He eagerly climbs onto your lap for a snuggle, and doesn't mind being picked up for short periods. He is an affectionate and friendly cat, however is quite confident and wanders around his home exploring and looking for things to chase.
He is very energetic, and as he is still a young kitten, will require a home that can provide stimulation and playtime! Whether that be with other cats (he loves wrestling and playing with cats!) or if he is a solo cat, with daily, dedicated playtime. We do recommend a home with no babies or young children, as Monkey thinks that they are all play-things and will enthusiastically initiate play with them.

To see more baby photos of Monkey, check out his previous profile here: https://www.dchanimaladoptions.com.au/animal-4485-rehomed-cat-monkey-domestic-short-haired.php

Currently being fostered in Randwick, NSW and would be delighted to meet you!

Monkey was adopted on 04 June 2019 after 1 day in foster care

Kingston

Kingston

Domestic Short Hair - male

Kingston has been raised in foster care from a very young age, with his siblings Whoopie, Smudge, Oreo, Monte and TicToc. Kingston is the big boy of the litter, and is a beautiful champagne colour.

Kingston is fully litter trained and has been fostered alongside his 5 siblings, 2 dogs and multiple older cats, and is comfortable with them all.

Kingston’s adoption includes desexing, microchipping and his vaccinations while in care and he will be up to date with both worm and flea treatments when adopted.

Kingston is available to meet at PetStock Penrith.

Kingston was adopted on 03 June 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Monte

Monte

Domestic Short Hair - male

Monte has been raised in foster care from a very young age, with his siblings Whoopie, Smudge, Oreo, Kingston and TicToc. After a rough start Monte has finally caught up with his siblings, and could now be called a chunky monkey in a tuxedo.

Monte is fully litter trained and has been fostered alongside his 5 siblings, 2 dogs and multiple older cats, and is comfortable with them all.

Monte’s adoption includes desexing, microchipping and his vaccinations while in care and he will be up to date with both worm and flea treatments when adopted.

Monte is available to meet at PetStock Penrith.

Monte was adopted on 03 June 2019 after 1 month in foster care

Sansa

Sansa

Domestic Short Hair - female

Female Calico adopted before being listed on website - yahoo!

Sansa was adopted on 02 June 2019 after today in foster care

Delta

Delta

Domestic Medium Hair - female

Delta was surrendered by her owner into DCH care to find her a new home. Delta comes from a litter of 4 and is currently in the cat enclosure at PetStock Penrith with a sibling. Delta is the most timid of the 4 kittens but loves snuggles and human interaction. She is particularly tolerant of very young children.

She is a lovely kitten with a beautiful temperament.

This kitten has been desexed, 1st F3 vaccination, wormed & flea treated and microchipped.

Please contact us for more information or drop in to PetStock Penrirh during business hours to meet her.

Delta was adopted on 02 June 2019 after 4 weeks in foster care