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The Meezers on these pages have been adopted and are now in their new homes. These pages allow the adopters to provide updates and pictures of their new cats for their friends and our volunteers to see.
Only cats with updates are listed below. If you are an adopter and would like to make an Update, visit your Application Status page and look in the Previously Adopted section for the Update button.

 Search Tools (Find cats by Owner or catname/ID) Last Update: Apr 25th, 2017 8:19:20pm
  
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CHULA
Hi there, my name is Chula and I'm a bit confused. First about 6 months ago someone just threw me and my buddy, Romeo, away.......left us to fend for ourselves in the woods! Then a nice lady saw us and took us in and loved on us, fed us and took care of us. Now something has happened and she couldn't care for us any more, so she contacted Meowmy for help, and after a few days at the shelter, here I am., though I have to say that awful photo just doesn't show how beautiful I really am. Meowmy promised to get some better ones of me soon. I think at this time, I'd love to have my buddy, Romeo come with me, so please ask about us both.

For now, purrs and head butts,
Chula

Check out the video of my buddy,Romeo cause I'm in it too!(copy and paste the link into your browser)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDxdKG9M04Q
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Chula
ID#: VA6884
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 03/08/10
Adopted: 04/24/10
Congrats: Stephen
Foster: Jeanne

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
Chula and Romeo have been living with us in Bangkok, Thailand for almost three years. They are healthy and are very happy. Thai people love them being that the Siamese breed originated here. We will be returning to the States in July and must get them ready for the long plane ride back.
(Last update: Apr 25th, 2017 7pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Romeo
ID#: VA6883
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 03/08/10
Adopted: 04/24/10
Congrats: Stephen
Foster: Jeanne

Foster Notes

ROMEO
Hi there, I'm Romeo, and I wasn't named that for nothing! Pet me and give me some loving and I'll flop over for a tummy rub. With this kind of personality can you believe that about 6 months ago someone just threw me and my friend, Chula, away.......left us to fend for ourselves in the woods! Then a nice lady saw us and took us in and loved on us, fed us and took care of us. Now something has happened and she couldn't care for us any more, so she contacted Meowmy for help, and after a few days at the shelter, here I am. You can ask about me, but I'd love to have my friend Chula come with me, so please ask about us both.

For now, purrs and head butts,

Romeo

Check out the video of me and my buddy, Chula (copy and paste the link into your browser)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDxdKG9M04Q
Notes from Home
Chula and Romeo have been living with us in Bangkok, Thailand for almost three years. They are healthy and are very happy. Thai people love them being that the Siamese breed originated here. We will be returning to the States in July and must get them ready for the long plane ride back.
(Last update: Apr 25th, 2017 7pm)

NONNI
I've come back to the Center after my loving family hit some rough patches. I'm looking for a quieter home - stay tuned while I share more!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Nonni
ID#: VA12012
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
DateIn: 04/15/17
Adopted: 04/24/17
Congrats: Kendra
Foster: Siri


This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats

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Notes from Home
4/24/17: First night at home Nonni is exploring and affectionate
(Last update: Apr 25th, 2017 8am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Jasper

(FKA Sundae)

ID#: VA8461
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 04/06/12
Adopted: 04/22/12
Congrats: Jeannie Judd
Foster: Siri


This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
JASPER
Okay, so I'm a little overwhelmed, you would be too, dragged out of a multiple cat home, put in a shelter, moved to the Rescue Center, bathed ..... who knows what's next?

Maybe a real home?
Notes from Home
It's hard to believe that Harriet and Jasper have only been here two weeks tomorrow; seems like it's been much longer than that. And it is virtually impossible to discuss them separately. Right now they are galloping through the house, batting toys around. They are integrating nicely.

Harriet remains the sweetheart she always was and exactly what we expected. She is very loving and gentle, but she is no push over. If Jasper starts something, she will finish it. Julie was correct, she does really like him. We had blocked off the den with a four feet piece of cardboard. Harriet jumps it to go into the den and jumps back when she's finished in there. She's eating well and has excellent litter box habits.

Jasper is another story. Siri, I don't know what you did with Sundae, but this can't be the same, sad and bewildered cat! Jasper is an outgoing, friendly, playful, goof ball. He talks all the time; and mostly to himself. He is a bit of an ankle winder, but we are hoping he'll grow out of that. He eats like he has hollow legs and can fling litter like it was an Olympic sport. If there is an unusual noise, he'll run toward it, not away. We have laughed at him until we've cried. He has learned that there are consequences to pulling Harriet's tail. He is a little rough with his toys; he also will pick them up and carry them around. He's very dog-like.

They both are great lap sitters. Harriet had a nice nap with Ron's dad in his recliner the other evening.

We continue to feed them grain-free. They both eat mostly wet food - primarily Wellness and Soulistic. On the dry food, I started with Core and Nature's Variety Instinct. I think Julie was the one who sent the Orijin. That's all Harriet will eat. Jasper will eat dry if there is nothing else to eat. I've been mixing them together,

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22 April 2013

Wow! It’s been a year? Seems like forever. Harriet is still her sweet, demure self (most of the time anyway!). She is still petite, weighing a mere 7 pounds. But make no mistake; she is the alpha cat here. She rules the roost, or at least her goofy brother, Jasper. Her favorite pastime during the day is to go from the big front window to the big back window and survey her kingdom. There are birds in the front and squirrels in the back. She doesn’t miss a thing.

She does not like to share her space or her people with Jasper. In fact, she spends most of her evening in Ron’s dad’s chair, with or without Franklin. She’s either in his lap or in his chair. She is also the instigator in much of what goes wrong here; but she has mastered both the ability to extricate herself seconds before disaster and that “He’s done it again, Mom!” look of exasperation.

Jasper has grown into a BIG kitty; he’s weighing in at 14 pounds. He’s not fat; he’s just a BIG boy. He’s also a big baby. He’s in your lap or on the back of your chair or walking right in front of you or lying behind you at the kitchen sink. Jasper loves to play, really more than Harriet. And it gets him into trouble sometimes. He’ll grab her tall, immediately roll over in submission waiting for her inevitable swat. He still worships the ground she walks on. She loves him; but preferably from a little distance.

He is very talented. He has learned to open all the bi-fold doors that don’t have locks on the top. He can open the cabinets and hide between the big pots. He’s a fabulous bed buddy! He’ll put his head on your hand and wrap his paws around your arm to prevent your escape. And he’s learned to use the IPad. Friskies’s has a little “catch the fish” game that he plays. But when he gets tired, he’ll lay on it. He will even reach behind it to try and get the fish from the back.

They are both in good health. Jasper has been to the vet for an eye issue, but it was resolved quickly.

Now, two quick stories…

The last time my book club was here, I warned everyone that Jasper might join us but Harriet would probably stay upstairs. Jasper is the friendly one. Sure enough, as we were getting started, Jasper came in, went to everyone to get his pets, drank out of Carol’s glass, crawled up on the ottoman in the middle of the group and went to sleep. As we were wrapping up, Harriet came downstairs and proceeded to walk across the lap of everyone seated on the sofa before she climbed up on the cat tree. I was flabbergasted!

On Creation Sunday, our church does a blessing of the animals. We bought harnesses and leashes for both Harriet and Jasper, loaded them in their crates and off we went. Harriet sat in my lap the entire service like the little lady she is. The dogs and other animals didn’t bother her. She was the hit of the service. Jasper, on the other hand, could not be extricated from his crate! I took Harriet up for her blessing. Ron just carried the crate up with poor Jasper in it so Pastor Fran could bless him, too. So not what I expected.

Check out their new pictures!

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April 24, 2017

Well, it’s been a couple of years since our last update and a lot of things have changed around the Wagner household. Ron’s dad, Franklin passed away in April, 2015, and my mother left us last summer.

Harriet and Jasper are both still doing well. We just did our annual vet checkups, and both are in great shape. Harriet has managed to maintain her svelte figure and weighs a mere 7.5 pounds. We just had blood work done and she is in perfect health. She still gets her exercise ruling both the roost and her brother. No doubt about it, she’s the dominate one. She’s still very talkative and very fussy about what she eats. Her favorite toy is still her ratty old fur mouse, which she seems most happy to carry around in her mouth while caterwauling at 3:00 a.m. and she is still a daddy’s girl unless he isn’t around. She loves watching the birds and squirrels in the yard. She has never been much for active toys, but waits for Ron to get home every night so she can sit on him and demand that he rub the sides of her head.

I spent June, 2016 to January, 2017 in Tennessee working on estate issues and was welcomed warmly on my return. Jasper slept on my head for about 6 weeks. He is definitely a mama’s boy. He has recently recovered from a respiratory infection and weighs in at almost 17 pounds. He turned out to be a big boy. His favorite top is an orange boa on a three foot wand. He carries it around the house all the time. He also like the mechanical toys that have moving parts, although a lot of the time he is laying on his back waving his paws in the air. Those seem to be the videos that make it to Facebook. He is also tall enough to stand up with his paws on the edge of the table and peer over the edge to see if our dinner is more interesting than his. Mostly he just wants to sit in your lap if you are eating or working.

We bought a small scratching post with a pedestal on top from Aruba Cat. Jasper sits and watches me cook. Harriet crawls around the two posts like some kind of exotic dancer. She’s much harder to video as she only does this when the mood strikes her.

So despite the changes, we are all good. Hope this finds you all the same.



(Last update: Apr 24th, 2017 6pm)

HARRIET
Two months, really? Who would have thought a sweetie pie like me would STILL be waiting for my forver home to find me. Whatcha waiting for? I'm WAY past that crazy kitten stage so I'm well mannered. I'm laid back, affectionate, head butt everything in my path, use the litter box like a lady should, I have a good appetite and I snack through out the day so I can maintain my girlish figure. I have a lot to say when I greet Foster Mom at the door and when I'm done telling her about my day, I purr, purr, purr. I like dogs and other nice cats. Since I am so gentle, I would be happiest in a fairly quiet home. I can be your one and only or I can live with nice dogs and cats.

I am all ready to go home so ask about me, please?

Love,
Harriet
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Harriet
ID#: VA8353
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 02/08/12
Adopted: 04/22/12
Congrats: Jeannie Judd
Foster: Julie

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
It's hard to believe that Harriet and Jasper have only been here two weeks tomorrow; seems like it's been much longer than that. And it is virtually impossible to discuss them separately. Right now they are galloping through the house, batting toys around. They are integrating nicely.

Harriet remains the sweetheart she always was and exactly what we expected. She is very loving and gentle, but she is no push over. If Jasper starts something, she will finish it. Julie was correct, she does really like him. We had blocked off the den with a four feet piece of cardboard. Harriet jumps it to go into the den and jumps back when she's finished in there. She's eating well and has excellent litter box habits.

Jasper is another story. Siri, I don't know what you did with Sundae, but this can't be the same, sad and bewildered cat! Jasper is an outgoing, friendly, playful, goof ball. He talks all the time; and mostly to himself. He is a bit of an ankle winder, but we are hoping he'll grow out of that. He eats like he has hollow legs and can fling litter like it was an Olympic sport. If there is an unusual noise, he'll run toward it, not away. We have laughed at him until we've cried. He has learned that there are consequences to pulling Harriet's tail. He is a little rough with his toys; he also will pick them up and carry them around. He's very dog-like.

They both are great lap sitters. Harriet had a nice nap with Ron's dad in his recliner the other evening.

We continue to feed them grain-free. They both eat mostly wet food - primarily Wellness and Soulistic. On the dry food, I started with Core and Nature's Variety Instinct. I think Julie was the one who sent the Orijin. That's all Harriet will eat. Jasper will eat dry if there is nothing else to eat. I've been mixing them together,
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22 April 2013

Wow! It’s been a year? Seems like forever. Harriet is still her sweet, demure self (most of the time anyway!). She is still petite, weighing a mere 7 pounds. But make no mistake; she is the alpha cat here. She rules the roost, or at least her goofy brother, Jasper. Her favorite pastime during the day is to go from the big front window to the big back window and survey her kingdom. There are birds in the front and squirrels in the back. She doesn’t miss a thing.

She does not like to share her space or her people with Jasper. In fact, she spends most of her evening in Ron’s dad’s chair, with or without Franklin. She’s either in his lap or in his chair. She is also the instigator in much of what goes wrong here; but she has mastered both the ability to extricate herself seconds before disaster and that “He’s done it again, Mom!” look of exasperation.

Jasper has grown into a BIG kitty; he’s weighing in at 14 pounds. He’s not fat; he’s just a BIG boy. He’s also a big baby. He’s in your lap or on the back of your chair or walking right in front of you or lying behind you at the kitchen sink. Jasper loves to play, really more than Harriet. And it gets him into trouble sometimes. He’ll grab her tall, immediately roll over in submission waiting for her inevitable swat. He still worships the ground she walks on. She loves him; but preferably from a little distance.

He is very talented. He has learned to open all the bi-fold doors that don’t have locks on the top. He can open the cabinets and hide between the big pots. He’s a fabulous bed buddy! He’ll put his head on your hand and wrap his paws around your arm to prevent your escape. And he’s learned to use the IPad. Friskies’s has a little “catch the fish” game that he plays. But when he gets tired, he’ll lay on it. He will even reach behind it to try and get the fish from the back.

They are both in good health. Jasper has been to the vet for an eye issue, but it was resolved quickly.

Now, two quick stories…

The last time my book club was here, I warned everyone that Jasper might join us but Harriet would probably stay upstairs. Jasper is the friendly one. Sure enough, as we were getting started, Jasper came in, went to everyone to get his pets, drank out of Carol’s glass, crawled up on the ottoman in the middle of the group and went to sleep. As we were wrapping up, Harriet came downstairs and proceeded to walk across the lap of everyone seated on the sofa before she climbed up on the cat tree. I was flabbergasted!

On Creation Sunday, our church does a blessing of the animals. We bought harnesses and leashes for both Harriet and Jasper, loaded them in their crates and off we went. Harriet sat in my lap the entire service like the little lady she is. The dogs and other animals didn’t bother her. She was the hit of the service. Jasper, on the other hand, could not be extricated from his crate! I took Harriet up for her blessing. Ron just carried the crate up with poor Jasper in it so Pastor Fran could bless him, too. So not what I expected.

Check out their new pictures!


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April, 24, 2017

Well, it’s been a couple of years since our last update and a lot of things have changed around the Wagner household. Ron’s dad, Franklin passed away in April, 2015, and my mother left us last summer.

Harriet and Jasper are both still doing well. We just did our annual vet checkups, and both are in great shape. Harriet has managed to maintain her svelte figure and weighs a mere 7.5 pounds. We just had blood work done and she is in perfect health. She still gets her exercise ruling both the roost and her brother. No doubt about it, she’s the dominate one. She’s still very talkative and very fussy about what she eats. Her favorite toy is still her ratty old fur mouse, which she seems most happy to carry around in her mouth while caterwauling at 3:00 a.m. and she is still a daddy’s girl unless he isn’t around. She loves watching the birds and squirrels in the yard. She has never been much for active toys, but waits for Ron to get home every night so she can sit on him and demand that he rub the sides of her head.

I spent June, 2016 to January, 2017 in Tennessee working on estate issues and was welcomed warmly on my return. Jasper slept on my head for about 6 weeks. He is definitely a mama’s boy. He has recently recovered from a respiratory infection and weighs in at almost 17 pounds. He turned out to be a big boy. His favorite top is an orange boa on a three foot wand. He carries it around the house all the time. He also like the mechanical toys that have moving parts, although a lot of the time he is laying on his back waving his paws in the air. Those seem to be the videos that make it to Facebook. He is also tall enough to stand up with his paws on the edge of the table and peer over the edge to see if our dinner is more interesting than his. Mostly he just wants to sit in your lap if you are eating or working.

We bought a small scratching post with a pedestal on top from Aruba Cat. Jasper sits and watches me cook. Harriet crawls around the two posts like some kind of exotic dancer. She’s much harder to video as she only does this when the mood strikes her.

So despite the changes, we are all good. Hope this finds you all the same.



(Last update: Apr 24th, 2017 6pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Alexis
ID#: VA9799
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 01/08/14
Adopted: 02/01/14
Congrats: Suzanne R.
Foster: Siri


ALEXIS
The tiniest bit concerned at first, but quickly getting over it, I'm one of a number of cats joining the ranks at the Center here! Warming up quickly, it's not taking me long!
Notes from Home
Through this amazing rescue and adoption program, we were able to adopt Alexis, also known as Lexis & Lexi.
She is so Precious. She is smart and affectionate. Alexis is the most beautiful kitty I have ever laid eyes on & now my heart is so gone, what am I to do? We love her ! Our Sweet Lynx point Siamese is adjusting well to her home and we just want to make her the most comfortable & loved kitty girl ever!
Here she is on her transport going home ! See her update pictures!

So life loving Lexis begins. Within a weeks time she is already the Lady of the house and has captured each one of our hearts. She is so photogenic ; that is if you can catch her still enough to take a picture.
Arthur has modified a "baby"gate to apply to the back door deck stairs just in case she ever slips out. We have implemented a "Kitty-Patrol" watch system when ever one of us comes home to watch the front door entrance way. Alexis is so petite ( after having a 15 lb. male tiger cat) she is fast and we want to ensure her safety & security.

Lexis has a squeaky little girls meow that she will use to tell us what is up with her; usually her request to play! Her favorite toy is the "Purr-fect" satin ribbon wand teaser toy which she will drag around the house in her mouth and even though she wants you to play it with her, she doesn't let it go easily. When we toss it after a good go round of play Alexis will fetch it in her mouth and bring it back dropping it in front of you to go again!

Lexi ( as Her Daddy calls her) has already tried to launch herself onto the highest curtain rod; ending in a miss and drop to the floor. She has discovered the dust on top of Daddy's bookcases in the library; going up was easy but Daddy had to get her down. Alexis opened the laundry room closet doors herself and proceeded to get stuck behind the washer/ dryer machines.... those doors now have a hook installed on them !

So in the first week I would summarize us having about: 10 grooming sessions, 15 extensive play sessions, 3 scrumptious naps on our chests, bedtime snuggle-buggin, and simply the every day joys of what I call: Loving Lexis !

Into Week two, NC is having a significant snow/ice/snow storm. When I look at our Lynx point kitty, I'm so thankful that she is here with us. So it begins, the natural overflow of Loving Lexis into calling her the first nick-names: Lady-Bird - Gingersnap - Little Lady- Girlie- Missy- Sweet Pea - and on we go ... what can I say; She is so special. I believe she loves her home and her people! Lexi will purr spontaneously upon being touched though if she is not in the "mood" ( playful or washing) she will let you know that she doesn't want petting at that moment. In typical Siamese style, she follows one of us ( each in our own turn) around the house and involves herself into what ever you are doing & we love it ! Alexis is so personable and good. I still can't get over her beauty.... I see the amazing awesomeness of God the Creator in making such lovely details in a little animal... our Lexis.

Day 15 off to the V E T for a well check-up/ follow-up visit. Alexis (Lexi) had her vet well check up this morning at South Ridge Veterinary Hospital with Dr. Leigh Harkey. Lexis, did so well in car and carrier too... such a little Lady! I think my husband was having more anxiety than she was. LOL!
She was understandably nervous over the whole exam room & very squirmy hard to hold.

All is Well with her... eyes, ears, stool ( no need for 3 rd worming and no sign of intestinal parasites either Yay !!! ) heart , lungs, & abdomen ... all good.

She does have some gingivitis building up by back gums.... we got a mini toothbrush ( like I can’t imagine getting her to comply with this) but I will try to brush gently up by her back gums line. If I continue trying she may get used to it and let me actually get to the back gum line that needs the most help.

Alexis has gained 2 oz. since being home. She has been getting #3oz of dry food a day and a midday treat: either Lysine or Daily Bites vitamins & enzymes. Vet agrees with the plan to use up the ID dry that is mixed in now with the Natural Balance LID dry food and the hope is to slowly introduce wet food into her diet for the good benefits.
She is very happy to be back home... we are too. She took a massive afternoon nap after the visit to the vet, she was out so deep she was hanging off o the dining room chair like a leopard up in a tree.
Lexis is such a Ginger-snap... love her up. Loving Lexis, Suzanne

At One Month's Anniversary, March 1st. 2014- Jubilee & I had driven to the VA border to receive our Alexis, we could not be happier with her.
Yes, she is very Siamese ! Into everything and with us in all that we are doing.... with regular visits into our bathroom as well :) It sort of brings me back to the days of having Toddler Children around. We are all aware of how we need to watch out for her too Since last writing ( about 2 weeks ago, Lexis has gotten shut into the pantry, by accident, and also had her paw squashed in the piano stool lid cover, by accident too. Both minor upsets she has fully recovered from... I believe we were more affected than her really. Lexi has graduated from sleeping at the foot of our bed (around the hour of 3 AM) to sleeping up by our pillows with her body under the covers.... Yes, Alexis is our "Baby" girl & we Love her!
Alexis is using her voice more and more. Although her voice is high & squeaky, she really enjoys talking to us about everything. In her new found comfort of her surroundings she goes into a "schiz-o-frenzy" gallop through the house before bed each night . It is like she feels the preparations for bedtime around the house and goes into a burst of energy spending herself out before she goes to bed and she sleeps 7 to 8 hours straight just like a human. All in all she is doing very well and we count ourselves blessed to have her here in our lives.
March 2014
I was at work at the Church of God Children's Home when got a call from my husband, Arthur, saying that I wouldn't believe what Lexis had done: We had a good breakfast that morning & had left a large hunk of omelet style egg in the fry pan on the stove, Alexis had jumped up on the stove ( thankfully the stove was not hot!!!) grabbed the full portion of egg, jumped down with it in her mouth's grasp, and dragged it into our bedroom to just look at it.... Art had heard something up from the other room and decided to go & see... He even offered her a small bite to eat but that clearly was not the point. The point is She is Siamese and wanted to see if she could do it! Capture the egg and bring it into her lire, because she wasn't interested in eating it.
When we eat at our kitchen bar or dining room table, Lexi has to be right there and usually on her own stool or chair just to be in the know of what is happening. She has also begun to sit outside the shower curtain while I'm in the shower... just making sure the water doesn't swallow me up or anything... Lexis has become my shadow... & I love it ! What a Darling.... What an Adventure!

August 1st, 2014 Our 6 Month Anniversary !!!
THANK YOU FOR THIS JOYFUL REMINDER!!!

I can not imagine my life or our home without Alexis,
aka- Lexis-
aka -Lexi.

So much to say... but we all are too busy here and you guys are too.. so
I'll touch on the highlights.

About mid -April, Alexis turned darker on her back seemed like overnight. Her side spots are
really coming in and her back hip hunches turning darker Seal in color.
I was wondering if this tells us more about her age with more accuracy... anyone know?

Her teeth are improving due to weekly brushing and spritzing.

She sits still now and gets all her nails trimmed every other week.

She is a counter jumper... we try to catch her... not always possible.

She is somewhat of a food monger .... always crying for food!
I don't want her to become obese... I measure her food and limit treats.
Her wet food is one Tablespoon each night; more of a health and moisture
supplement than a feeding.

She has gained weight and is more between upper 8 lbs. range and early 9
lbs. range.
? Does a Female that has been Spayed naturally have weight gain due to the
changes in her body ??? If Yes, then I'm right there with her.

She is totally my "Baby" and will jump up to ride on my shoulder for a short
ride around the house in my daily routine.
Was very grateful for our "mommy #2": Jubilee ( our 23 yr. old daughter) who
slept in my bed - for Alexis' sake- while we took a two day trip to see my
mom while she was nearby in SC.
Jubilee served us well in "Baby sitting " but she could tell that Lexi knew
things were just not right.

Lexis will not cover her poop in an act of rebellion against me, when I am
at work... cause she covers it completely when I am home.... ahhh Siamese
are so Siamese!

She started a very annoying practice of waking us up at 5 AM ... then 4 AM
.... then 3 AM... to get fed. She would do this by circling our heads,
jumping up on the bed, and not stopping until she got her way.
I have been slowly breaking her of this habit by using a water squirt
bottle.... we are up to 6 AM now ... would like to get her content to get up
at 6:30 AM ... I will see.
Any Suggestions would be very helpful at this point, Please & Thank You!

Lexi is a "play-bitter" not hard, she is just too excited and active to help
from doing it.... never hurts us ... we tell her "no" but don't think that
will ever change.
Lexis has her Lovey-Dove times too and I love when "She is in the Mood!"

Alexis is extremely playful and has a deep need to be active in serious
playtime everyday... this takes all 4 of us to get her covered sufficiently.
Her toy of choice is the Crinkle or Ribbon wand toy and her game of choice
is Absolutely jaw dropping leaps and flips and air twists in order to get
the wand action...
We think she enjoys flying !
She is a fetcher too... retrieving her wands and binging them to you when
you are seated on the couch for just about to do anything else !

She has a relationship with each of us in the household and goes looking for
the one of us that is "missing" when someone is not home yet.
We all love her so much even in the midst of her demands and quirky ways.
Alexis has improved our home and each of our lives in that special way that
only a beloved pet can... we truly do Thank God for her in our lives.

So Thankful for the SCRC !
So Thankful for the work of volunteers and helpers all around.
So glad that we matched up with you all and with our Alexis VA 9799
Loving Lexis,
Suzanne R. Meehan

FEBRUARY 1st, 2015 Our ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY !!!

I'm delighted to send this update to all of the SCRC volunteers who served us with their time, talent, & caring bringing us together with our beautiful Lynx-point Alexis. A year ago today we met the last leg of our kitty's journey on the Meezer Express in Wytheville Va. at the Sheetz gas station & then drove her home to North Carolina. The Meezer Express driver's brought our Lexi within a do-able reach for us. I truly can not thank you enough.
Alexis VA 9799 is the kitty love of our lives & has melted all our hearts. She is my Dear little girlie. She is such a good animal. She is so happy here in our home. She is healthy, her weight has plateaued now at 9lbs. Lexi is a constant player and will bring you a wand toy making anyone who is willing an offer to get the game going. She uses her scratch posts and her bedroom hammock for washing everyday. She has her "regular" spots to warm in the sun or watch out the big window but She prefers to be right by what her people are doing. Lexi uses her kitty tower and loves hanging out up there. Lexis sleeps like a toy snuggled next to me. She will wake up in the morning and touch my cheek with her paw just to say, " I Love you." She is a Faithful Friend that I adore and enjoy taking care of her. She deserves the best most loving care there is... So I endeavor to give the best to her.

Lexi has an appointment for an annual check-up. I expect a perfect health report. However, Even though I brush her teeth once a week, which she has learned to take, she is in need of an appointment get her teeth cleaned.
( I'm nervous about this & do not like that she will be put under anesthesia ) But healthy gums and mouth will keep her healthy living longer. If anyone has any advice for me on this I will receive it.

I am so very attached to my Siamese girl.... I am so Grateful that she is apart of my life! Thank you Siri - We love you and pray Blessings to you. Thank you to everyone who made this match possible ! Please see her updated Close-ups..... Lexi is Amazingly Beautiful ! She is also Featured as "Miss December" on the SCRC 2015 Calendar... we consider this such an honor!


Update APRIL 24TH 2017.

Greetings All SCRC,
VA9799 Alexis aka Lexis or everyday Lexi is Very much the center of attention in our home & as far as we are concerned we wouldn't have it any other way. Lexi is doing well & is deepening her Siamese points at estm. 5 yrs old now. She is a Shadow -kitty follows you everywhere.... even lap sits when one is on the "human" potty !
Lexi sleeps next to my left shoulder &;is the best snuggle pillow-pet.
Lexi is an everready-bunny for interactive play. For Christmas 2016 we got her One Fast Cat (large hamster- type exercise wheel )
Which she uses daily. This has helped her to get exercise and fight indoor boredom. She is a healthy 9. Ibs. & checks out fine at vet visits. She has tendancies for gingivitis, so I rub her gumline with Grizzly oil to help as well as having to do dental annually....
I don't like putting her under but we don't have a choice.
We've had to change her source of protein away from chicken due
Her possibly developing alert to it. She's now on Salmon & Rabbit
Lexi is somewhat of a up-chucked from time to time.... I treat her
For hairballs regularly. ...sometimes I think she eats too fast &
It comes right back up. ... let's just say, we are great at steam cleaning our carpeted area !

ALL IN ALL Lexi is the Dearest Friend to me. I don't know what I would do with out her in my life. I've never had a love like I have in this Sweet faced animal. Thank you for doing this work. Each one of you are valuable gems in this worthy work !

(Last update: Apr 24th, 2017 3pm)

NOELLE
I am the tiniest bit shy upon first meeting but once you pet me, my purr motor is non-stop. I like wand toys and I am discovering new things everyday.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Noelle
ID#: VA11864
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 8mon
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 12/12/16
Adopted: 01/08/17
Congrats: Emily
Foster: Chelsea

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
4/24/2017
We have had Noelle for about 4 months now and she was the best addition to our little family. We adopted Henry about 1 month before they are inseparable. Noelle loves to play! She is a little ball of energy that loves to chase everything that moves. But she also loves her cuddle with Henry.

(Last update: Apr 24th, 2017 1pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: henry

(FKA Henrik)

ID#: VA11680
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 09/03/16
Adopted: 12/10/16
Congrats: Emily
Foster: Siri


This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
This cat will not tolerate being with a male cat. Usually this is a male cat.Not with Male Cats
HENRY
Lovely sweet boy who is a goof, very affectionate, a little overstimulated, okay with other cats! I am the volunteers' absolute favorite boy, a gorgeous lynx with so much love to give!
Notes from Home
4/24/2017
We have had Henry for about 5 months now and he is the light of our lives. He loves to cuddle on the couch with us, not just sitting on our laps, but he digs himself under the blankets with us! He loves to be the center of attention, almost as much as he loves his new-ish sister Noelle. We adopted Noelle 1 month after Henry and they are inseparable.

(Last update: Apr 24th, 2017 1pm)

LI LING
Where is my special lap? I am about as perfect as a cat can get! Loyal, talkative, snuggler, perfect litter box habits.

Please bring me home!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Li Ling

(FKA Milkshake)

ID#: VA11814
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Blue
DateIn: 11/13/16
Adopted: 03/21/17
Congrats: Luci
Foster: Julie

Foster Notes

This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs

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Notes from Home
LiLing is doing well and is really affectionate and happily adjusted in her new furever home. Oliver and LiLing are still going through an an adjustment phase, but things are really improving between the two of them. LiLing is losing weight as the vet suggested. She has lost .65 pound so far and we will have her weighed periodically at the vet to keep her on course.
(Last update: Apr 24th, 2017 11am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Sidney

(FKA Leonardo DeCatrio )

ID#: VA11415
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 04/12/16
Adopted: 04/23/16
Congrats: Sheila
Foster: Julie


SIDNEY
I promise I do have some great baby blues. I am just not ready for a picture shoot yet. BIG sigh of relief though. Snuggly bed, chin scritches, sweet talk. This is the life I need. This lady here says that I am super handsome like some guy named DeCatrio and that I am going to be like this character from a movie he was in. Gatsby? She keeps calling me that. She says I am going to spend my life trying to prove to you how much you should love me and I will be rewarded by being a love millionaire.
Notes from Home
Hello. Sidney has the run of the house and is enjoying his freedom. He is quite chatty and loves to play. He and Layla ( my two year old Tortie Point girl) have been come friends. They play race around the house together and play, but still steep separately. Sidney trusts Layla, but is not yet comfortable with myself or James. He definitely has some people trust issues. When he was isolated, I was able to pet him and he purred and showed me his tummy, but now that he is free to room, he stays just out of my reach. He is a social cat and likes to be around us, he just does not want to be touched yet. Other than this, he has adjusted very well. He eats and has excellent litter box habits.

5/23/16: My goodness, this boy keeps me on my toes! Anything he can lift is a toy. No matter what or how big, if he can lift it, he takes it and then hides it: pens, knick knacks, stress ball, laser point, floral arrangements.....he is a bundle of energy.

Sidney absolutely adores Layla and I am thrilled that they get along so well, but sometimes he is too much for her and she sits by me or sleeps by my feet because she knows he won't follow.

He still has people issues. He runs around like he owns the place and is very confident, but still will not let us touch him. He follows wherever I go and gets within an arms length, but if I reach for him, he retreats. Not far, just a few steps out of my reach. Interestingly, he will eat treats right out of my hand.

He is a little cutie and makes a little progress every day.

August 8, 2016
Sidney has settled in nicely and walks around like he owns the place. He still will not let us pick him up, but he smoozes my legs when I am preparing food or treats and is quite vocal when he wants something. Not a typical meezer cry at all which makes me laugh overtime he does it. I am adding a new picture. He really loves his Millie Bed and does some interesting poses.

October 12, 2016
We have had a major break through this week! Sidney now allows me to pet him on a regular basis and even seeks out attention. He is quite the little schmoozey boy! James is still not allowed to pet him, but he is not afraid of him either. Picking up or touching the head/face is still a no-no. He sleeps curled up against me every night and for the past few days even sits on the couch with us in the evening. I am tickled pink with his progress.

January 10, 2017 - Sidney is really blossoming and is a very handsome boy! He now not only allows me to put him, but also James. In the last weeks he actually has started to initiate contact and actively seeks out being petted. He is still not keen on being picked up, but I no longer have to chase him through the house when I need to pick him up for any reason which is much less stressful for both of us.
Sidney had his own stocking for Christmas and unpacked some of it himself. Lot's of goodies inside. The foil mouse and the meat sticks from Sheba were a definite hit! I have posted pictures.

April 23, 2017 - Wow, it's been a year since Sidney joined our family. He is doing great. I have been gone for the past 7 weeks visiting family overseas which was a great time for him to bond with James. He met me at the door when I came home, but is playing coy right now letting me know he did not appreciate the long absence! Since the day after I got back, he got a mani/pedi, he was even less pleased. Tomorrow he has his annual physical and vaccinations. He is such a little cutie. He is also a little devil how got into everything while I was gone. Tore up the toilet paper in James' bathroom and the extra rolls in the laundry room closet; knocked down all of my shoes; starting clawing the living room carpet, etc. Now that I am home, he doesn't do those things anymore. Guess he was testing his boundaries with James. Will post updated pictures soon.

(Last update: Apr 23rd, 2017 12pm)

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