He’s great will kids and other animals and can be a bit shy around adults until he gets comfortable with you.
We’ve called him Ollie and there is no aggression in this pup at all, including during feeding him, giving him a bone or even taking it away!
He’s well socialized, I take him to the kids rugby training every Thursday. He’s been taught to sit and shake a paw, walks well on a lead, understands when I tell him to go to bed, or when it’s time to jump in the car. He hasn’t been allowed the table when people are eating.
Due to unforseen circumstances I will be leaving the country in a few months and need to find Ollie his forever home.
He will be well suited to a family, loves the action of kids and the company of other animals. Where I live there are other dogs, cats, kittens and birds around. He just wants to play with them all!
have 3 puppies looking for homes right now, all males and very likeable chaps who were part of a litter of 9 that was dumped. They look like they might have a bit of Pitty in them, I have called them Huey, Dewey and Louie for now. Huey has a black face and ears and is brown everywhere else, Dewey is the leader of the pack and has a white Blaze on his face and Louie (who is the sweetest of all) is a Brindle. They are all solid little boys with curious natures and need forever homes now. If you are interested in adopting one of them please contact Rachelle at Darwin Animal Rescue on their facebook page.
There is also Rigby who is looking for a forever home…how could I forget Rigby? He is about a year old, very sweet natured and he is urgently in need of a home. There is more information about him here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.662912957112997.1073742070.109349785802653&type=1 or call Rachelle from Darwin Animal rescue on 0423 285642
This puppy is going to the Darwin Animal Rescue Group.
A tan female puppy (mixed breed) has been found at Bagot Community and has been brought into the City of Darwin Council Pound. Please call 8947 2099 for more information. Proof of ownership will be required.
A Black and Tan female tabby cat has been found in Karama and brought into the City of Darwin Council Pound. She is friendly with unusual markings/colouring, and is wearing a black collar with a bell and a bow on it.
This ginger kitten is now with Darwin Animal Rescue.
Anyone missing a kitten? Ginger kitten found in Lyons this morning.
She is a female silky terrier and was been found in the Casuarina area.
A female DSH tabby cat microchipped as “Pickles” has been found in the Livingstone area and has been bought into the Darwin City Council pound. The microchip details say she is desexed.
Picci is a wonderful mum, however now that her kittens are coming up to 14 weeks old she really needs to find a home where she can be independent and do her own thing. Her zany little critters are both very loveable. They are use to hordes of children and receiving a lot of attention, they also get along with the resident canine at their foster home.
Their foster family have done a marvellous job of raising the family, they are happy, healthy and litter trained. They are also all de-sexed (thanks to Darwin Animal Rescue Group) so are ready to go now. If you want to meet this family of very special rescue felines, please contact Tamika on 0408 810 140.
FOUND. Female entire approximately 6 months – 1 year old cat. No chip or tags. Found in Gunn.
Very well natured. At Palmerston Vet Hospital. 8932 2344
Rachelle Dunk shared Darwin Animal Rescue Group‘s album: Available – Mikey.
This little boy was found in Humpty Doo and so far no one has come forward to claim him. Tomorrow he will be desexed. We have called him “Blue” He is a friendly little fellow and despite not being claimed would have definitely had a home a home at some stage due to his lovely nature.
Is anyone able to offer this boy a home? He deserves to have a home of his own, and the vet work is already done for you. Please call 0423 285 642 or 0408 810 140 if you would like to adopt him.
Please share this around so that Blue can find a happy loving home of his very own. Thanks
Ginger male entire kitten, approx 4 -5 months old, found in a cat trap on bundey rd, humpty doo. Found 9/8/13. No microchip or collar, very scared but with a lovely nature
Contact 0408 810 140
Tiga’s mum had to go to a nursing home and Tiga was not allowed to go with her. She has been well loved but through no fault of her own or her owners she is now homeless.If you think you can take Tiga into your family and give her a loving home please contact email@example.com
Name: tiga – female
Age: roughly 4.5 years old.
Microchipped, registered, desexed up to date with all vaccinations.
Loves sleeping inside but also loves an afternoon walk outside.
Kittens are usually born in the warmer months. In Darwin this is all year but this time of year is unfortunately the worst. Unfortunately homes can’t be found for all.
If you have an undesexed cat now is the time to desex (yes males too – it takes 2 to tango!). If you are financially strapped go to National Desexing network home page to find out how they will help with a discount – http://www.ndn.org.au/about.php
To adopt a kitten or an adult cat visit PAWS, The Darwin Animal Rescue site or RSPCA. Please adopt a shelter animal rather than buying from a pet shop. Pet shops generally don’t desex their animals. Animals from rescue groups are vet checked, temperament tested and are up to date with their shots and best of all they are desexed and microchipped.
Here are just some of the cats/kittens available from the Darwin Animal Rescue site
Very friendly and affectionate.
Not good with cats or chickens as she likes to chase!!
He’s been visiting day and night for over a month now. I’ve called him Charlie.
I fear he may have been abandoned and has been fending for himself. He has no collar/ID or micro-chip. He has been domesticated at some point and is very friendly, affectionate and attentive.
He’s apparently about 2 years old (according to the vet). Charlie has recently been desexed and is now ready to find his forever home. He gets along with other cats but probably would be best as a solo cat as he can be a bit bossy.
Please contact Heather on 0406 284 195 if you are interested in meeting Charlie and providing a new home for him.”
DARWIN ANIMAL RESCUE GROUP – KITTENS AND CATS LOOKING FOR HOMES
Darwin Animal Rescue Group is a small not for profit group of people who rescue animals in need, then find them new homes. We are unfunded and all costs for food, litter, worming, flea treatment and vet costs come from our own pocket.
For the adoption fee, the kitten or cat will be: De-sexed Micro-chipped, Vaccinated, Treated for fleas, Treated for worms, House and litter trained, Healthy, Happy, Very affectionate, Playful
As the breeding season has already started, we have quite a few kittens that are at the perfect age to find a new home.
We also have quite a few recently born kittens that will be looking for their new homes in a matter of weeks.
ADOPTION FEE: $160.00
OLDER KITTENS AND CATS
There are also older kittens, young cats and some older cats looking for homes of their very own. While they may not be as small and cute, they make up for that with their amazing love, companionship and loyalty at being given a new start in life.
We have some cats that have been surrendered to us by families who are unable to keep them and have already had all their vet work done. These are free to suitable and approved loving homes.
ADOPTION FEE: Negotiable; in order to find them good homes we will negotiate a donation amount with you.
If you would like to adopt one of our very special rescues and give them a home of their own, you will be rewarded with amazing loyalty and love. Each animal really does appreciate being given a second chance and they show this to you at every opportunity.
You can contact us: 0432 285 642 Rachelle, 0408 810 140 Tamika
Foster Carer needed urgently for 3 kittens from Tennant Creek
pictures and full story coming soon but the Darwin Pet Rescue Group is in urgent, urgent need of somebody to look after 3 kittens until permanent homes can be found. They have been socialized and are friendly if a little shy. A family with children would be ideal so thekittens can get used to little people as well as big 🙂
If you can help please call Tamika on 0408 810 140 (click on picts to enlarge)
These glamorous movie stars are looking for their forever home. Whitney is on the left and Demi on the top stair. The girls are both desexed and are 9 months old. They are currently living with their foster mum and family but would love to have their own home where they can get lots of attention.
They are shy so a trial period can be arranged so they can settle into their hopefully new home and get used to their new family. Ideally they would like to find a home together. Whitney is the more confident of the two girls and Demi tends to follow her lead.
They are both very clean, have hearty appetites and Whitney has a cute way of nipping your ankles if the food isn’t being delivered fast enough. They are also both still quite playful either chasing each other or playing happily on their own with a favourite toy.
A quiet home is preferred but the girls said they would be happy to meet older children.
More information about the girls can be given by their foster mum so please call 0418 527 416.
Oscar self-rescued himself from a life of misery when he wandered up the road and made his home with neighbours in an outer metro region of Darwin. He had been kept in a concrete shed and had developed callouses on his bum, had a raw growth on his foot and was generally in very poor condition.
Rowan and Leanne have done an amazing job of bringing him back to good health.
“His Labrador blood line certainly shows and he enjoys a good wallow in the shallows, having salty water splashed on him and even briefly ventured in deep enough for a swim yesterday. He has also done a road trip to Daly River with me for one week and went on holiday with us for a weekend at the Butterfly Resort in Bachelor (a great dog friendly place…highly recommended for a peaceful weekend)
We’ve been feeding him up, shampooing, aqua bathing and brushing him down and making him jog which has built up his muscles so he is looking well groomed and is in as good a health as he can be – all things considered.
Sweetly sad for us but happily for him we are now at the point where he we need to rehouse him permanently. Although not complicated there will be a need to continue his medications probably for the rest of his time. As stated before we are more than happy to contribute to any of these not overly expensive ongoing medical costs and let’s face it, at his estimated age of a grand ole 15!!! he probably doesn’t have that much time left.
We am hoping that those few of you who thought they might be able to take him on or know someone who may do so will still consider it and you can give me a call at any time.”
Rowan 0408 808 159
He is a 5 year old german shepherd cross, desexed, obedient, loving and sweet, good with kids and elderly and other dogs. Can sit and shake hands.
Previous owner was elderly and had to go into a unit.
Phone Jackie 0419189545
Please call Tina on 0433 750 777 if you have a solution to save this special boy from being put to sleep.
Zachary and Zennie were found as strays, very scared and timid. It has taken some weeks for them to gain their confidence and even though still a bit shy, they now enjoy playing with the other kittens, coming up for a scratch and tickle and are not shy when asking for more food!!!
Zachary is the quiet one while Zennie has a sweet habit of talking to her favourite toy as she pats it around the room. They are both very playful and will burn themselves out then flop into sweet dreams.
They are used to living with other cats and enjoy the company of different playmates no matter how big or small. It would be ideal for them to find a home together because they are such great mates.
Please call 0418 527 416 if you would like to meet them.