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Blackie

Blackie

Domestic Short Hair - female - 1 month

Blackie is in foster care with her 4 siblings. She is the cheekiest out of the litter and always makes her foster carer laugh with her funny antics. Blackie has flecks of grey in her coat which may or may not change as she grows. Blackie is looking for a safe, happy home where she will always be loved and treated as part of the family.

Blackie will be big enough for rehoming in November. Please ring or text her foster carer if you would like to meet her. Her adoption fee includes microchipping, desexing and her 1st kitten vaccination. She is litter-trained and up to date with flea and worm treatments.

Blackie has been in foster care since 10 September 2019, for 2 weeks

Archie

Archie

Domestic Medium Hair - male - 1 month

Archie is in foster care with his 4 sisters. He is a loveable little purring machine, and was the first of his litter to learn how to run and to pick his favourite sleeping spot in the room. Archie is an affectionate, clever little guy who will bring lots of warmth and love to his new forever family.

Archie will be big enough to go to his new family late Oct/early Nov. Pre-adoption enquiries are most welcome, but please text or ring his foster carer. Archie's adoption fee includes his desexing, microchipping and 1st kitten vaccination. He is litter trained and up to date with flea and worm treatments.

Archie has been in foster care since 10 September 2019, for 2 weeks

Nutmeg

Nutmeg

Domestic Short Hair - female - 1 month

Nutmeg is in foster care with her 4 siblings. She is a happy, social kitten that likes to be near her foster mum and climb all over her. Nutmeg is looking for a safe, happy indoor-only home where she will always be loved and be part of the family.

Nutmeg will be big enough for rehoming in November. Please ring or text her foster carer if you would like to meet her. Her adoption fee includes microchipping, desexing and her 1st kitten vaccination. She is litter-trained and up to date with her flea and worm treatment.

Nutmeg has been in foster care since 10 September 2019, for 2 weeks

Ziggy & Casper

Ziggy & Casper

DSH - mixed - 5 months and 2 weeks

Ziggy and Casper are very pretty young cats. They are pure white except for a grey slash on the top of their head.

Ziggy loves life and is always looking for a game to play. She is very affectionate but gets scared when someone new comes around. She has settled very well into her foster home and gets on well with everyone else in the house, cats and people.

Casper is a little bit scared when someone new comes around but when he is left to himself, he enjoys climbing in a lap for a purring cuddle. Casper gets a little bit anxious when he cannot see his siblings and therefore would be better finding a home with Ziggy

They are microchipped, vaccinated and desexed.

Ziggy & Casper has been in foster care since 21 July 2019, for 2 months

Spotty

Spotty

Maltlier (Maltese x Cavalier) - male - 7 years and 11 months

Hi, I'm Spot. Initially purchased for a 5 year old child who is now 13, I found myself the victim of a bitter marriage separation and they want me 'out as soon as possible' through no fault of my own. So I've been rescued by DCH and am now looking for a true furever home. I get along with my carers dog and we go for walks together. I like barking at visiting birds and dogs that bark at me first when I go for a walk. Whilst I am a really good house dog, I need some training in regards to walks I do pull on the lead and I like to bark at dogs when I am out.
I am good with kids. I sit still through grooming and enjoy my food. I don't know what to do with a hard biscuit though.
I am a happy-go-lucky affectionate boy who loves company. My previous household sent me to my carer with some Anxiety treats issued by the Vet but I hope I won't need to use them. I am looking for a home with another small dog so I have company at home and someone to play with and go on walks with and with a family who is familiar with my breed. I also like to be indoors next to my foster carer
And lay next to her as much as possible.
If you would like to meet me, please contact my carer, Jeanette by e-mail to schedule an introduction and find out If your home would be suitable for me.
Spot is desexed, chipped, vaccinated and wormed.

Spotty has been in foster care since 09 September 2019, for 2 weeks

Jaz

Jaz

DMH - female - 2 months and 2 weeks

Jaz and her two siblings, Jasper and Juno were born in a street drain in Schofields, both their parents are street cats (mumcat is to be caught and desexed).

A lovely couple provided food and a warm bed outside for mumcat and kittens but could not catch the young family, so called DCH for assistance. Armed with torch and gloves, these kittens were a tricky threesome to catch, as they fought, scratched and bit.

However after 4 weeks in foster care, the change in these kittens is amazing and they will be looking for a Forever Home very soon, now they are tame enough to be microchipped and vaccinated.

Jaz is the most timid of the litter and is still easily scared, especially if hands approach her face too quickly. However she has made so much progress, from hissing and spitting at me when I approached, to now, being gently picked up and patted. She would need a Forever Family who are willing to continue working with her, and patiently gain her trust.

Jaz is still only a young kitten and I have absolutely no doubt she will continue to become more affectionate and trusting, with a caring, patient family.

Jaz will need regular brushing (which she is beginning to enjoy), and she should also be an Inside Only cat now, as she will probably roam if allowed out. So far, she does not like dogs or small children.

Please contact me if you would like to meet Jaz - she will be ready to find her Forever Home in another week or two.

Jaz has been in foster care since 24 August 2019, for 4 weeks

Jasper

Jasper

DMH - male - 2 months and 2 weeks

Jasper and his two sisters, Juno and Jaz were born in a street drain in Schofields, both their parents are street cats (mumcat is to be caught and desexed).

A lovely couple provided food and a warm bed outside for mumcat and kittens but could not catch the young family, so called DCH for assistance. Armed with torch and gloves, these kittens were a tricky threesome to catch, as they fought, scratched and bit.

However after 4 weeks in foster care, the change in these kittens is amazing and they will be looking for a Forever Home very soon, now they are tame enough to be microchipped and vaccinated.

Jasper is becoming a big cuddly boy who purrs easily and enjoys his very fluffy coat being brushed. He is learning to meow and now walks around the house “talking”. If he is startled, he still sometimes hisses but never uses his claws or teeth.

Jasper could possibly get accustomed to a noisier household but so far, he does not like dogs or small children. Older children who are calmer and gentle with him are fine.

Jasper’s new family will need to be patient and help him adjust, as he is still learning but he will reward you with his trust and affection.

Jasper will need regular (probably daily), brushing, and should be an Inside Only cat now, as he will most likely run/roam if allowed out.

Please contact me if you would like to meet Jasper.

Jasper has been in foster care since 24 August 2019, for 4 weeks

Juno

Juno

DMH - female - 2 months and 2 weeks

Juno and her two siblings, Jasper and Jaz were born in a street drain in Schofields, both their parents are street cats (mumcat is to be caught and desexed).

A lovely couple provided food and a warm bed outside for mumcat and kittens but could not catch the young family, so called DCH for assistance. Armed with torch and gloves, these kittens were a tricky threesome to catch, as they fought, scratched and bit.

However after 4 weeks in foster care, the change in these kittens is amazing and they will be looking for a Forever Home very soon, now they are tame enough to be microchipped and vaccinated.

Juno is very affectionate and will now meow to get your attention. She is also becoming a big fan of cuddles and being picked up, although she may still hiss if startled.

Juno is the more adventurous of the litter, and would probably adapt to most people and families, if introduced gradually so she felt safe. Juno’s new family will need to be patient and give her time to learn she can trust them but they will be rewarded with lots of love and purrs!

Juno will need regular (probably daily), brushing which she enjoys, and she should also be an Inside Only cat now, as she will roam/run if allowed out. So far, she is curious but not confident with dogs!

Please contact me if you would like to meet Juno.

Juno has been in foster care since 24 August 2019, for 4 weeks

Cleopatra

Cleopatra

Cattle - female - 11 months

Gentle, very shy and thankful Cleopatra arrived from a Country pound, starving for food and affection. You may have seen UTube posts of dogs looking lovingly into their new owners (or foster carer's) eyes after having been adopted. Well this was Cleopatra (Cleo). The name Cleopatra was chosen because she has what looks like black eye-liner extending outward from her eyes. Within hours and after a solid meal, Cleopatra found herself sleeping whilst sitting up with her paws on her carer's lap and head nestled on her paws. Cleo sits patiently by her carer's side whilst she is on her computer and gets on well with her carer's much older dogs. A true sweetheart, her personality will shine the more she gets used to a jacket, bed in a warm location and lots of love. Cleo is not used to walking on a lead and has only ventured outside the front gate twice, only walking slowly and warily around the block each time. Cleo has just come into season and will be desexed as soon as practicable as she is underweight and will be available for adoption about mid October 2019. 2 days into the foster I noticed Cleo wanted all the attention and got jealous and growled at my 13 year old toothless dog so it is thought she would best be suited to a single dog, mature household. Two weeks on, Cleo now walks a wide birth from the 13 year old male, and is still happy to sniff my 16 year old female. Cleo will need a family with patience as she learns to curb her very shy persona. In the last 2 days, she has actually made a happy whimper, now wags her tail, greets with excitement rather than crawling along the ground, and loves rolling on the grass in the sunshine. I will update this space as I get to know Cleopatra as she develops and blossoms. Thanks for your interest so far. For initial enquiries, please e-mail Cleo's carer.

Cleopatra has been in foster care since 28 August 2019, for 4 weeks

Penny

Penny

Domestic Short Hair - female - 3 years and 3 months

Penny is a very special lady. She came into our care around a year ago when found abandoned in a cage together with her tiny babies. A great mum to her own kittens, Ivy and Rosebud, she took up the challenge her carer offered – to feed and nurture 7 other stray kittens at the same time!

After this heroic effort, and with all 9 kittens fully grown, it's definitely time for this lovely kitty to be rewarded with being thoroughly spoilt by her own furever family.

Penny is a pretty grey tortoiseshell, and still playful and inquisitive. She has proven to be a sweet and affectionate feline companion who loves spending time with her human family. Of course, she has had plenty of experience living with kittens, and another cat, but has also very happily lived alongside a dog in her foster home.

As a young adult, Penny doesn’t require constant attention – just to be loved - so is likely to fit in with most family circumstances. She has been an indoor-only cat since she has been in our care and would prefer to stay so given her previous experience of the outdoors.

Penny is microchipped, vaccinated and de-sexed. If you would like to visit Penny in her foster home located near Windsor, please contact her carer, Debbie, on 0405 144 415.

Penny has been in foster care since 29 August 2018, for 1 year