Rehomed Animals

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

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Carrot & Zucchini

Carrot & Zucchini

Domestic Medium Hair - female

Foster Carer Mareaka

These two siblings came into care after being dumped in a box.

They have been listed together due to their beautiful bond.

We would love to adopt these two together as you can see from the photos they are very close and we wouldn't want to separate them.

They are very loving and playful and keep each other company.

Carrot is the ginger - Male
Zucchini is the Tabby -Female

These two have a beautiful nature, they sleep and snuggle together, they like to play hide and seek. They love belly rubs and are very affectionate.

These two beauties will be available for adoption as of the 14th of Aug.

We have some beautiful videos if you are in need of more pics or videos please let me know.

Carrot & Zucchini was adopted on 27 August 2017 after 1 month in foster care



DSH - female

Hello, my name is Coco and I am told that I am a very, very pretty silver tabby (just like the kitten in the Whiskas commercial). I came to my foster family with my brothers and I was very scared. At first, I didn’t want to be touched but after a couple of days I discovered that it was actually really nice and now whenever I see my foster people I purr really loudly and like to be picked for a cuddle. However, I am still a little scared of strangers so I would like someone to take me home with them who would spend the time to get to know me until I feel safe with them too. I also get on well with all the other cats in the house.

Coco was adopted on 21 August 2017 after 1 week in foster care



Labrador Retriever - male

Harley is an older boy who is sadly looking for a new home. He is in good health and is a very well behaved boy. Harley is good with all ages, people and dogs. He is active without being overly energetic.

Harley was adopted on 18 August 2017 after 1 week in foster care



domestic short hair - male

Gorgeous,quirky.unique and definitely handsome young man.Fletcher has an independent playful nature.

Fletcher loves to snuggle on your lap while you watch TV but now that the heater is out he is the first one there.

Fletcher lives with an adult female cat and while they get along most of the time there are times when she wishes he would just vanish and for this reason I think he would be better as an only cat...however...he does also love the company of his 3 canine foster sisters,he feels he is part of the gang.

Fletcher is not an 'in your face' cat at all.Fletcher uses his litter box like a champion and loves his food.

He is already de-sexed and fully vaccinated .

Fletcher really deserves a home of his own.
I feel Fletcher would be more than just your cat he will become your best friend

Fletcher was adopted on 17 August 2017 after 6 months in foster care



DSH - male

Rissole is a gorgeous boy that weighs in at a huge 7kg. He is great with kids & adults alike and is also fine with cat friendly dogs. Rissole is super affectionate and is ready for his new home Now!

Rissole was adopted on 17 August 2017 after 1 month in foster care



DSH - female

Cupcake is a beautiful tortoishell, very sweet, playful & curious kitten. She likes to help out in the kitchen and she greets anyone who enters the door, very cute!

We took her in when she had no other options and she's looking for a permanent home before we head off overseas.

she comes desexed, vaccinated and microchipped.



Jack Russell Terrier - male

PK is a loving 10 year old Jack Russell Terrier looking for a new home. He is very sweet, affectionate and a classic lap-dog who will happily take as much love and attention as you can give, especially if it’s in the form of a belly rub!

He loves a good walk, however he’s not your typical high energy Jack Russell and is equally happy to be by your side or snuggled in his bed, as you watch TV. He doesn’t mind what you do, as long as you’re happy to have him tag around and spend quality time with you. He is a little shy until he gets to know you but really benefits from plenty of attention and reassurance.

Unfortunately we’ve had to make the heartbreaking decision to rehome him. We work full time and are unable to give him the companionship he deserves.

PK was owned by my parents. My father passed away a couple of years ago and my mother has recently moved into an aged care facility. As a favour to my mother, we adopted him, but as he is used to someone being at home, he suffers from separation anxiety. This normally manifests in him barking and pacing when we leave him at home.

The ideal owner would be someone who is retired or who works from home.

He is a friendly dog, but may find small children intimidating so would suit a family with older children, empty nesters or retirees looking for a loving and loyal companion. PK is an indoor dog. He spends most of his time inside and has been allowed to sleep on the furniture (sofa and bed). Since we’ve had him, we have trained him not to jump up on the furniture, though sometimes when he gets excited, he forgets his manners. He has lived with another dog all his life, however due to his submissive nature, prefers a quieter doggy companion. He is not a dog who will play with other dogs.

Ideally, he’d be happy to be the only dog so he can have your undivided attention in return for his loyalty.

PK is house trained, desexed and his vaccinations are valid until June next year. He’s healthy, though does suffer from ‘shaky dog syndrome’ that many small dogs have, but this hasn’t hampered him in any way.

If you think you have the perfect home for PK, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact Cathy on 0431 965 783.

Vaccination next due: 28/6/18

Medical Issues or Treatments:He has shaky dog syndrome, so he shakes a lot but isn't affected by it other than being underweight. Also has two sores on his leg, which the vet has said he'll probably always have. Otherwise he's healthy.

Behaviour issues:He has severe separation anxiety. He craves human company and barks and paces if he is left alone. Dog company doesn't reduce his anxiety. He's very submissive and likes to cling to you, but behind your feet. We've tried everything to calm him down and sought advice from a trainer but the only options are to have someone with at home full time or to medicate him.

Is PK OK with Kids? He's not been around kids, although is happy to be patted by them. But given his anxiety issues he needs an older family as loud noises scares him.

Is PK OK around other animals? He's good with dogs, he's always has a dog companion. However he would suit a quieter dog as he doesn't like to play. He's not been around other animals though.

House Trained: Yes



DSH - male

Update 31st July 2017: This beautiful natured boy is still waiting for his forever home. He loves other cats and people and is just a lovely natured little man who should fit in easily to most households.

Apollo is a gorgeous boy, a purrer, loves to be cuddled and will fall asleep on your lap. He likes the other cats and likes to play. He has exquisite markings and is ready for a loving, caring home.

Apollo was adopted on 13 August 2017 after 5 months in foster care



Tibetan Terrier - male

Barney is a lovely 17 year old boy and is looking for a new forever home as his family is moving to a retirement village and unfortunately cannot take pets.

Barney is a very faithful and friendly boy. He is currently healthy and living indoors. He can also use a doggy door. He currently lives with a cat Buffy who is also looking for a forever home. Barney and Buffy do not need to be rehomed together however if you
Can provide a home for both it would be lovely for

Barney is desexed, vaccinated, , microchipped, flea and worm treated. His next vaccination is due in September and his current owner will pay for his next vaccination.

Please contact for further information and to arrange a meeting
With him.



DSH - male

Cutie-Pie is an adorable, super-friendly and affectionate little boy. He has just entered care but was full of purrs and cuddles as soon as he met his foster mum, as he will with you too! He is confident, playful and waiting patiently for his new forever, loving, safe home.

Cutie-Pie is vaccinated, microchipped, flea and worm treated, and his desexing is included in his $200 adoption fee. If you would like to meet Cutie-Pie please contact his foster carer. Located in Glenmore Park, NSW.

Cutie-Pie was adopted on 06 August 2017 after 1 weeks in foster care