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Rehomed Animals

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

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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

Dorito

Dorito

Dsh - male

Adopted by carer

Dorito was adopted on 13 August 2021 after 3 weeks in foster care

Rudi

Rudi

DSH - male

Rudi is a big kitten and is going to be a very big boy when he is full grown. And while Rudi spends most of his day in his own company sleeping in front of the window or in a sunny position, Rudi enjoys cuddling up to his foster mum of an evening. Rudi is not a real fan of being picked up, however Rudi accepts affection and pats when given and as the nights get cooler he snuggles up in on the couch with his foster mum to watch TV.

Rudi has been raised with other foster kittens, cats and dogs, and gets along with them all and as he gets older he gets cheekier with the dogs particularly.

Rudi is ready for his forever home now and he has been desexed, microchipped and he has had all 3 of kitten vaccinations and parasite protection.

Rudi is available to meet at his foster home in Bligh Park once the Greater Sydney COVID stay at home restrictions ease.

As we currently receive a lot of enquiries for our kittens, please include relevant details about yourself and your home/other pets, to be considered.

If you are renting, please ensure that you have approval for a cat BEFORE you lodge interest.

You must be over 18yrs old and an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident to adopt an animal from DCH.

Rudi was adopted on 13 August 2021 after 4 months in foster care

Luna

Luna

Domestic Short Hair - female

Luna is a very sweet and calm cat who was rescued alongside a very young kitten, who wouldn't leave her side. Luna saved her from the cold Australian winter and they protected each other.
They are now both safe and warm and Luna is looking for her forever home. Only young herself, she has the silkiest fur with a beautiful butterfly pattern on her back.
She loves curling up and sleeping next to you and has a very sweet, loving nature. Good with other cats and children.
She is vet checked, microchipped, desexed, flea/worm treated, and her vaccinations are up to date.

Luna was adopted on 11 August 2021 after 1 month in foster care

Terence

Terence

DSH - male

this beautiful natured young man (who I struggle to get a good picture of as he's so busy rubbing up against me when I try). Is currently in our cattery and really needs to find his forever home where he can run around and enjoy lots of cuddles.

Terence is the lovliest boy, who is a full time purr machine, rolls over for attention and loves pats and belly rubs. He loves getting picked up and he really enjoyes cuddles. He is, however, so desperate for pats and attention he will be your shadow and can pose a bit of a trip hazard, but that may settle when he's not caged most of the day.

He gets on great with other cats and is super handsome as well with the softest coat. Terence is fine with children but they can spook him a bit, so he's not going to be a childs best friend (at this stage anyway), so he needs a home with a family that can spoil him with attention and affection and he'll make a lovely lapcat in his special forever home.

Terence was adopted on 10 August 2021 after 3 months in foster care

Coco

Coco

shd - female

Coco is a tortoiseshell female with white socks female who came into care with her 4 siblings. Coco was initially fearful of humans, however after much love & pats, she now purrs loudly and will sit on your lap while you pat her.
Coco is multi-coloured, and has a unique orange stripe on her nose.
Coco is vet checked, microchipped, vaccinated and desexed.

Very out going and athletic female who can jump great heights and leads the others kitties on adventures.
She is fully litter trained, prefers the cheap newspaper pellets you can buy at big W.

Please contact for further details.

Coco was adopted on 09 August 2021 after 5 months in foster care