Animals in Care Needing Sponsorship

The following foster animals are needing sponsorship for their vet costs. Due to injury or illness their vet fees have been extensive and we are seeking donations to help us cover these costs.

All donations to DCH Animal Adoptions over $2 are fully tax deductible.

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Storm

Storm

DSH - male - 3 months and 2 weeks

STORM IS ON HOLD17/8/17: Poor adventurous little Storm ate some sewing thread and had to be rushed to the vet when it got caught in his intestines. He had emergency surgery which cost $700 but we are thankful he survived and will make a complete recovery

Hello, my name is Storm. I look a lot like a British Blue kitten but when you see me in the daylight I really have some stripes. However, I am told that I am still very beautiful with my dark grey coat and my brown eyes. When I first came to my foster home I was very scared. I didn’t want anyone to come near me or to touch me. If I was caught & picked up I went very still hoping that they would not hurt me. It took me about a week before someone picked up a brush and brushed me. It felt really nice and so I purred. Now I am happy to be picked up and I purr a lot. I am still very 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.

Storm has been in foster care since 13 August 2017, for 2 weeks

Jack and Jake

Jack and Jake

DSH - male - 9 months

These twins are both very easy-going, relaxed kittens that would easily fit into most homes. They love to play and get on well with the other cats, dogs (both large and small) and bunny in foster care. They have had all their vaccinations and are desexed & ready to go to their forever homes.

Why were they rescued: They were dumped/Abandoned outside on a hot summer day when only 2-3 weeks old. They were very lucky to be found and handed in to a vet clinic. The vets called DCH and they were bottle fed and raised.

Medical Notes: Little Jack has had an operation on his left eyelid to stop his lashes rubbing on his eye as they developed in the wrong direction. Jack requires his eyes cleaned once a day with a damp & warm cloth. Jake's eyes have improved as he's grown

Name: Jack and Jake
DOB: 22-Nov-2016
Type: Domestic Short Hair
Adoption Fee: $300
Includes: Desexing, Vaccination, Worming prevention, Microchip.

Petrescue ID#515347

***many thanks go to David and Michael who have paid for the boys additional vet fees***

Jack and Jake has been in foster care since 15 January 2017, for 7 months

Piccolo

Piccolo

DSH - male - 4 years and 8 months

Hey there, my name is Piccolo, but I answer to Pic or Wicky when I don't have my selective hearing on, lol.
So I've been in foster care for 4 years and only ever had one inquiry, which was years ago. It's a bit weird as I'm such a handsome fellow.
I do have a few health issues but if you can help me keep my weight off it may not be such an issue. As many of you might relate I find it hard to lose the KGs, I just love food so much.

Speaking about things I love, I also love to sleep and sleep in foster mums bed snuggled up next to her every night. During the day I find one of my many beds throughout the house. I go through phases of which is my fav.
I don't play much anymore, but if your going to walk around with a shoelace sliding along the floor, I'll chase it.

I don't mind other cats but lately I have become a bit stressed when new foster kittens have come to live with us. I would love nothing more than a furrever home that doesn't have cats coming and going.

I'm not outgoing but I'm also not timid. I will chill in the bedroom when visitors come around and come out to say hi (and see if they will feed me) after a short amount of time. I prefer to come to people in my own time. If your my hooman/s I will love you dearly and come to you straight away (hoping for some food).
Piccolo is excited to meet you and his foster carer can explain his possible health issues.

**Piccolo has had a few medical issues while in care including a blocked urinary tract. His vet fees have come to just over $1,000. If you can assist with a donation to help us cover these additional costs please see below for details.**

Piccolo has been in foster care since 07 March 2013, for 4.4 years

Thor

Thor

Kelpie x - male

Thor hasn't had the best start to life, he was hit by a car and taken to he vets where he was found to have extensive nerve damage to the front leg. All the nerves were dead and he ended up with a leg that was unusable and was causing him grief.

Sadly Thor has had his leg amputated and is now on the hunt for a loving forever home that can see past his looks and love him for the fantastic personality that he has.

Thor gets along with dogs well and enjoys playing just like all puppies. He has a kind and happy personality and would suit most homes.

If you can offer Thor a loving Forever Home please email us a bit about yourself and your home.

*Update: Thor has had his surgery and it's been successful. Costs are $886, if you can help sponsor these additional fees for Thors vet expenses please see below on how you can donate*

Thor was adopted on 09 February 2017 after 2 weeks in foster care

Jayde

Jayde

DSH - male - 3 years and 7 months

Jayde is a lovely boy who can be quite shy when he doesn't know someone.
He gets on really well with all cats & kittens and loves to rub up against our large dogs and is very friendly with them.
He probably would not be suitable with a dog that wasn't cat friendly as he wouldn't run away if they tried to hurt him.
Jayde has a white horseshoe marking across his rump & this may have given him some good luck when he was recently bitten
by a paralysis tick, but with veterinary care he has thankfully made a complete recovery.

Jayde's vet expenses have come to $437. If you can help sponsor him please see details below.

**DCH would like to say Thank you to Natalia, Davy, Carolyn, Lisette and Hui for their generous donations towards Jayde's vet fees. His additional costs have now been fully covered.**

Jayde has been in foster care since 24 October 2015, for 1.8 years

Sasha

Sasha

Australian Bulldog - female

*1st Sept 2016: Sasha has had previous surgeries prior to coming into care for a prolapsed bowl. She had a very complex desexing operation as a result, luckily she has recovered ok but we are seeking extra sponsorship to help cover the additional costs of this complex surgery and her teeth cleaning too. Costs will be approx. $250*

Sasha is a friendly and happy girl that likes cuddles and would be happy in most homes. Sasha is ok with my 2 dogs but has never lived with cats.

Sasha has already found a new family.

Located in Freemans Reach NSW