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Rehomed Animals

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

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Mr Bigglesworth

Mr Bigglesworth

DSH - male

*Available for adoption early July after desexing, but available to meet now*

Mr Bigglesworth came into foster care at the tender age of 4 weeks, with his siblings Mr Meowtini, Mr Meowgi, Ms James Bond, Mr Bojangles and The Fuzzinator.

Mr Bigglesworth is almost Mr Bojangles twin, and they are very similar in nature and personalities. Mr Bigglesworth, is one of those kittens happy to be in the company of humans but also happy to just doing his own thing. He joins his foster mum on the couch of an evening to watch tv, before heading off to bed and joining everyone in the big bed for the night.

Mr Bigglesworth has been raised with other foster kittens and cats, as well as the resident cats, dogs and bunny and he happily co-habits with them all.

Mr Bigglesworth has had his first kitten vaccination and is booked into be desexed late June at which time he will be available to adopt. Mr Bigglesworth is litter trained and will be up to date with his parasite protection.

While Mr Bigglesworth has access outside into a cat run, he is looking for forever family that can offer him the protection of growing up inside (or safety outside access).

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.

Mr Bigglesworth was adopted on 20 June 2021 after 1 weeks in foster care

CoCo

CoCo

DSH - female

CoCo and her sister Chanel were rescued from the pound as under aged kittens . Without a doubt 2 of the sweetest most loveable kittens I have ever had the pleasure of fostering.

CoCo is the more outgoing of the 2 ... she gets on with everyone including the 3 resident dogs. CoCo loves her food and is litter trained. These 2 have not put a paw wrong since coming into care.

It would be lovely to see them go together but its not a given that they must go together .

Super sweet super cuddly CoCo loves her night time snuggles on your lap while watching TV .

CoCo and Chanel have been wormed and flea treated and had their first vaccination and of course micro chipped.

The adoption fee covers her desexing when age appropriate at one of DCH's many vets.

They are in care in the Granville area.

CoCo was adopted on 20 June 2021 after 6 days in foster care

Lorenzo

Lorenzo

Cattle Dog X Staffy - male

Lorenzo is one of 7 puppies that have been surrendered into DCH care to be rehomed once their vet work has been completed.

Puppy on the left of the photo is Benton with 2 different coloured eyes,
Puppy on the right of the photo is Lorenzo

The puppies were born on 8/3/21 and are a Blue Cattle Dog X Staffy.
Mum is an AM staffy, Dad is a Blue Cattle dog.

These puppies have been living outdoors since birth and are Not house trained.
They will need basic training and obedience training and we would strongly recommend puppy school.
They are a little mouthy and that will need to be trained out of them.

Being a Cattle dog / working dog breed cross the dogs will be active and may get bored easily. They will need space to be active and to grow and will need regular mental stimulation and games.
They will need daily walks and exercise.

Puppies have been microchipped, wormed, flea treated, 1st C5 vaccinated and desexed 3/6.

Additional photos, and information will be updated in due course.

Currently located in Bligh Park however will be moving to Leichhardt.

Lorenzo was adopted on 16 June 2021 after 2 weeks in foster care

Benton

Benton

Cattle Dog X Staffy - male

Benton is one of 7 puppies that have been surrendered into DCH care to be rehomed once their vet work has been completed.

Puppy on the left of the photo is Benton with 2 different coloured eyes,
Puppy on the right of the photo is Lorenzo

The puppies were born on 8/3/21 and are a Blue Cattle Dog X Staffy.
Mum is an AM staffy, Dad is a Blue Cattle dog.

These puppies have been living outdoors since birth and are Not house trained.
They will need basic training and obedience training and we would strongly recommend puppy school.
They are a little mouthy and that will need to be trained out of them.

Being a Cattle dog / working dog breed cross the dogs will be active and may get bored easily. They will need space to be active and to grow and will need regular mental stimulation and games.
They will need daily walks and exercise.

Puppies have been microchipped, wormed, flea treated, 1st C5 vaccinated and desexed 3/6.

Additional photos, and information will be updated in due course.

Currently located in Bligh Park however will be moving to Leichhardt.

Benton was adopted on 16 June 2021 after 2 weeks in foster care

Ashton

Ashton

Domestic Medium Hair - male

This amazingly confident and affectionate young man arrived from the pound while he still had a mild case of cat flu. Sniffles all gone now, he is ready for his furever home and family.

Ashton demands cuddles and pats - he is still a kitten though and is learning that us humans don't love his claws as he tries to sit on our shoulder or climb our legs. So - while he is definitely a people pussycat, and improving in this regard - a home with very small children may not be suitable.

Ashton hasn't been around dogs but seems not fussed at all by other cats. He is a vocal boy and likes to have a chat when you're around, although usually he's quiet; until he starts his purr engine as soon as you start interacting with him!

This purrfect specimen is (of course) vet checked, and microchipped, vaccinated and desexed.

Please come visit at his temporary home in Campsie.

Ashton was adopted on 15 June 2021 after 1 month in foster care

Boss Dog

Boss Dog

Cattle Dog X Staffy - male

Boss Dog is the alpha male of a litter of 7 puppies that have been surrendered into DCH care to be rehomed once their vet work has been completed.

He is quite a friendly little guy who likes his pats and will quickly roll over for a tummy rub. He is the biggest of the litter by far and enjoys his food. He is food aggressive and will certainly boss the other pups around.

In his health checkup at the vets it was observed that he had an older fully healed injury on his tongue where its been split at the end at one point probably from a fight. The tongue does not require any additional attention.

The puppies were born on 8/3/21 and are a Blue Cattle Dog X Staffy.
Mum is an AM staffy, Dad is a Blue Cattle dog.

These puppies have been living outdoors since birth and are Not house trained.
They will need basic training and obedience training and we would strongly recommend puppy school.
They are a little mouthy and that will need to be trained out of them.

Being a Cattle dog / working dog breed cross the dogs will be active and may get bored easily. They will need space to be active and to grow and will need regular mental stimulation and games.
They will need daily walks and exercise.

Puppies have been microchipped, wormed, flea treated, 1st C5 vaccinated and desexed on 3/6.

Located in Quakers Hill area.

Boss Dog was adopted on 15 June 2021 after 2 weeks in foster care

Stacey

Stacey

Cattle Dog X Staffy - female

Stacey is one of 3 females in the litter of 7 puppies that have been surrendered into DCH care to be rehomed once their vet work has been completed.

The puppies were born on 8/3/21 and are a Blue Cattle Dog X Staffy.
Mum is an AM staffy, Dad is a Blue Cattle dog.

These puppies have been living outdoors since birth and are Not house trained.

They will need basic training and obedience training and we would strongly recommend puppy school.

They are a little mouthy and that will need to be trained out of them.

Being a Cattle dog / working dog breed cross the dogs will be active and may get bored easily. They will need space to be active and to grow and will need regular mental stimulation and games.
They will need daily walks and exercise.

Puppies have been microchipped, wormed, flea treated, 1st C5 vaccinated and desexed. Stacey had an umbilical hernia that was repaired during her desexing operation.

Located in Quakers Hill area.

Stacey was adopted on 13 June 2021 after 2 weeks in foster care

Christie

Christie

DSH - female

This kitten has come into care after their litter was found alone in a shopping centre car park.

They will mostly purr the moment you touch them or pick them up but they can be a little wary of new people to begin with.

The litter of 5 have been cared for together since they were approx 4 weeks of age and are now ready to find their new families.

They have been desexed.
They are received their 1st and 2nd F3 Vaccinations.

They have been raised as indoors cats but have had access to an outdoors netted enclosure.

They currently eat Royal Canin Kitten dry food throughout the day as well as Royal Canin kitten instinctive with gravy wet food of a night time. They are currently using crystal cat litter.

Christie was adopted on 13 June 2021 after 3 months in foster care

Calamity Jane

Calamity Jane

DSH - female

This kitten has come into care after their litter was found alone in a shopping centre car park.

They will mostly purr the moment you touch them or pick them up but they can be a little wary of new people to begin with.

The litter of 5 have been cared for together since they were approx 4 weeks of age and are now ready to find their new families.

They have been desexed.
They are received their 1st and 2nd F3 Vaccinations.

They have been raised as indoors cats but have had access to an outdoors netted enclosure.

They currently eat Royal Canin Kitten dry food throughout the day as well as Royal Canin kitten instinctive with gravy wet food of a night time. They are currently using crystal cat litter.

Calamity Jane was adopted on 13 June 2021 after 3 months in foster care

Munchkin

Munchkin

Domestic Short Hair - male

I am small but mighty. I am cute but super cool too. I am brave and fearless.
I AM THE MUNCHKIN!

OK, seriously, I may be the smallest of the bunch but I can do anything they can do and more. I even eat from a bowl and the rest of them don't. I have a dark grey/black tabby coat and huge beautiful blue eyes. I love to play chasings, hide and seek, ball, stalking that funny blue furry 'snake', climbing, pouncing, running, wrestling with my siblings, except Sprocket, he's a scaredy cat! Ha ha!

After a big play I love to curl up with my sibling's but Foster Mummy's lap is even better and then I purr and purr and purr and purr. I'm living in with my brother and sisters but I'm looking for a furever home with a fun-loving family who are home lots to play and wrestle and cuddle with me. I think a home with other cats would be cool and maybe even a dog..... cos I'm not scared of anything..... I think! But, I am definitely an indoor only boy.

Munchkin has been microchipped and vaccinated. Desexing is included in the adoption fee.

If you are interested in learning more about this little boy, or wish to visit him at his foster home in Winmalee, please email his foster carer.

Munchkin was adopted on 12 June 2021 after 7 months in foster care