Rehomed and Stories

The dogs, cats and horses featured below were fostered through DCH Animal Adoptions and have now found permanent loving new homes.

Buttercup

Buttercup

DSH - male

Aren’t I the cutest, most inquisitive looking kitty you’ve ever seen?

Well, let me introduce myself - my name is Buttercup (Master, not Miss, I hasten to add) and I absolutely love people and animals alike. In fact, the more the merrier in my opinion, since I can spread my love and attention far and wide!

Before coming into foster care with my siblings I grew up in a house with other cats and dogs. It took me no time to make myself at home when I got to my foster home, so I think I’m pretty adaptable.

I’m really outgoing and pretty cheeky, I must admit. I love attention and get so excited when I see humans that I knead the floor while waiting for some cuddles, and I also don’t mind being picked up. When there’s no human available, I love my food and playing with toys and my siblings, and when its nap time, I am happy to find myself a spot to sleep – with you if you like. All in all, I’m pretty laid back and not needy.

Because I’m so adaptable and love people and animals, my foster mum says she thinks I’ll fit in perfectly anywhere. Maybe that’s your home? I do hope so. You are welcome to visit me at my Carringbah foster home.

Buttercup is already microchipped and vaccinations and worm treatment are up to date. The adoption fee also includes de-sexing when he’s old enough.

Buttercup was adopted on 20 June 2017 after 4 months in foster care

Porscha

Porscha

We were Porschas 5th home when we adopted her in 2010 and we are so happy to say we will also be her last home. She came with special needs and she took a while to settle in, but over 7 years later she is absolutely an integral part of our family. The love she gives us makes your heart swell and she gives the best hugs. We may have given her a home but she has given us so much more. She is inseparable from her best buddy (and mini me) Forrest. She is getting on now, some arthritis and cataracts are beginning to slow her down. She loves being curled up near the fire or when we're not looking will curl herself up on the lounge. She stills greets us every morning and when we get home with a big smile and a wagging tail. We feel very privelidged that Porscha chose us as her forever home.