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SAGE
I was brought into a shelter in a trap, having been born to a feral mom, with my 5 siblings. Meowmy spotted me and my sister, Tippie and said she'd take us home and care for us until we could get into Siamese Cat Rescue, and here I am!

I've been having a hard time with runny stools, but meowmy thinks that she finally has it getting better. I know I feel better and am eating all the good food she gives us.

We have some growing to do and vetting to get done, so we'll probably be here until around the middle of July, but if I suit your fancy, you can ask about me soon, and maybe I can be yours.

Purrs,
Pippa
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Sage

(FKA Pippa)

ID#: VA11488
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 05/27/16
Adopted: 07/23/16
Congrats: Brandon
Foster: Jeanne



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Notes from Home
Sage, formerly known as pippa, is settling in nicely. She has made quick friends with my 3 yr old male cat. She still is unsure of my dog but she'll come around. She has really been a great addition to the household and I am grateful for everyone who helped get her here. Thank you.


I cannot belive it has been a full year since I picked up Sage. She is doing great, had her yearly vet check up a few weeks back and she got a clean bill of health. She was an immediate favorite of the girls who work at the vet. Sage gets along great with my other pets, jones(cat) and luca(dog). She is still a little skittish when it comes to new people, but is incredibly loving and affectionate with me. She has really been a great addtion to the household and I am very thankful for everyone who helped get her to me. I will add some pictures once I figure out how to do it.
Thanks,
Brandon

(Last update: Jul 24th, 2017 12pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Eli

(FKA Meem)

ID#: VA11877
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
Date In: 12/22/16
Adopted: 01/08/17
Congrats: Amy
Foster: Jane


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
ELI
Hello,

My name is Meem and this is my story. A few weeks ago I found myself lost and out on the streets looking for my family. Luckily for me a nice person saw me and took me to a local animal shelter where they knew I'd be safe from the roads and traffic. I waited patiently for someone to come and claim me, but sadly they never did. I didn't really like the shelter, it was noisy and I was scared and unhappy. Once my hold time was over I was taken by the Siamese Rescue and placed in a foster home. Slowly I began to adjust to my new situation and relaxed more and more each day. I'm a fairly tall and lanky boy. I have excellent litter tray habits. I'm affectionate and easy going. Looking for a new family to love me.

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Notes from Home
Hello! We've had Eli (née Meem) for a little over 6 months now, and we couldn't be happier. He is the perfect cat for us; the right amount of loving-cuddliness and bratty cat attitude. He greets us at the door when we get home (much a like a dog), cuddles with Greg when he watches TV, and cuddles with Amy's feet while we sleep every night. When we get home, he rolls over on his back, for his welcome-home belly rub. And he's very polite after he's been been given food (with a little Thank You headbump). Of course, he is a brat sometimes too. He knows he's not allows on the kitchen counter, and sometimes sneaks up on there when we're on the couch and then looks at us like, "Well, what are you going to do about it?" He also likes to be very vocal when he believes it's time for dinner (which is any time Amy opens a can of any variety in the kitchen). And he doesn't like it when we talk on the phone, which usually causes him to start batting us in the face with his tail! But at the end of the day, he always comes to cuddle us :)

He is so adorable an we love him to death. Thank you so much Siamese Cat Rescue! We have the perfect companion.

(Last update: Jul 24th, 2017 10am)

SMOKEY
Life just isn't always the "and he lived happily ever" after fairy tale ending. I had a home and was clearly loved, but my owner had to go to something called assisted living and I could not go. So I was given to his friend who kept me an entire two weeks before dumping me at a shelter. But things started to look up as Siamese rescue could see what a loving and handsome boy I am, so I ended up here with foster Mom. She said I was way too thin, and needed some TLC. Took me to the vet for my senior bloodwork and that is where it all started. My numbers were NOT good ones, so I had an abdominal ultrasound. That was abnormal but nothing obvious. And so we started me on fluids and antibiotics. Repeated bloodwork still strange. Consulted with another vet. Started me on prescription food, and fluids every other day. Repeated bloodwork just last week. And while my kidney numbers have stabilized, and I gained almost a pound in a month, there is still something that isnt right. And that makes foster mom very, very sad. Our foster moms promise us that life will be good again, but now Ive got some health issues of an unknown sort. Running more tests will be invasive, and may or may not tell us whats really wrong. And all I ask out of life is love, and a lap. I am the best lap sitter EVER, foster mom says. I am a really really good boy for my fluids, just ask foster mom! She calls me the best cat ever.

So here is the story. We dont know what is wrong with me, as clearly we dont know my history. I do have kidney compromise, but that often happens to cats my age and we are managing that very well with fluids and my prescription diet. The other things? Well, we just dont know. But that is true for all of us we cant tell what the future holds. Do you have a quieter home with no kitties or a nice kitty or two, and a lap just for me? Are you interested in providing a "happily ever after" for a guy who's future in unknown? If so, please ask foster mom about me, and we can share my bloodwork and test results with your vet.

Im a handsome boy, and its a nice day, so foster mom is going to get new pictures and a new movie of me today. Watch for that and be sure to hit that ask about me button.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Smokey

(FKA Slade)

ID#: VA12017
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 04/22/17
Adopted: 07/10/17
Deceased: 08/07/18
Congrats: Wendy
Foster: Jackie

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Notes from Home
Smokey is doing really well. His appetite has increased. He is the easiest cat I have ever given fluids to. LOVES sitting in the window and watching the deer we have across the street. Sleeps every night on the dresser in his bed. Even though the baby gates are down he doesn't venture far out of the room yet. He does however share the bed with Simon and Toby. He is a happy cat.
(Last update: Jul 24th, 2017 9am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Maximilian
ID#: VA4870
Location:  Ohio
Sex: male
Current Age: 16 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 04/19/07
Adopted: 07/01/07
Congrats: Rebecca
Foster: Christine

Foster Notes

MAXIMILIAN
Hi!!! I'm Maximilian (aka Max)...please read over my check list to see if I'm the cat for you:

Friendly and affectionate?
check
Purrs, talks, headbutts, makes biscuits, etc?
check
Plays fetch?
check
Likes other cats?
check
Cute as a button?
check check check

Just so you know, I am not fond of riding in the car...so my transport area is somewhat limited. I also hate taking medicine and am a pretty demanding cat. If you are in the same room with me, I need, no, I DEMAND your attention.

Come here and let me knead you!!! That's right! Sit down, so I can hop up on your lap!
Massaging Paws and Headbutts,
Maximilian

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Notes from Home
"Max" continues to be a big ball of adorableness and goofiness. He still loves to head but and make biscuits on Mom's chest..... I do have some health issues; I was just recently diagnosed with diabetes but am looking and feeling fine and I so enjoy my food that I don't even care that Mom is injecting me with insulin. My gum disease and chronic Bartonella led to me having to have most of my teeth removed but my mouth feels so much better now and I still eat any food I want without any difficulty!
(Last update: Jul 22nd, 2017 6pm)

CHLOE
Ohhh It's the good life, full of fun, seems to be the ideal, Yes, the good life, lets you hide all the sadness you feel..... Ladies and gentlemen! Behold - I have arrived. My foster mom named me Dolce Vita because thats what I deserve. A sweet life!

You can see by my picture, I am as adorable as it gets and stunning on top of that. A perfect little seal point gal. Life hasnt always been sweet though.

I have been homeless, I have had babies and have even been incarcerated yet even doing hard time hasnt hardened my heart. My spirits are high because foster mom knows that a sweet dispositioned girl like me will be fending off the suitors in no time.

So come on then. Go ahead. Inquire about me and lets see how sweet your life, with me in it, can be.

Purrs & Headbutts

Dolce Vita

(Transport limited to no more than a 6 hour trip)
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Chloe

(FKA Dolce Vita)

ID#: VA5001
Location:  Georgia
Sex: female
Current Age: 16 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 06/18/07
Adopted: 07/22/07
Congrats: Debbie
Foster: ShirleyBo

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
Chloe is one happy kitty. She is the sweetest cat I've ever had (and I've had many) and just wants to be near my husband and me. We jokingly call her our "retired" kitty because she loves to rest, relax, and take it easy. My husband and I recently retired so we get it now, although we are much more active than she cares to be! As I write this she is lying beside me happily grooming herself.
She is a well loved kitty.

(Last update: Jul 22nd, 2017 12pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Emma

(FKA Yamaneko (Neko))

ID#: VA11894
Location:  Illinois
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 12/31/16
Adopted: 01/15/17
Congrats: Barbara
Foster: Melodie

Foster Notes

EMMA
Meet the snuggliest cat on earth! I just can't get enough cuddles and petting, and I'm so soft you'll want to pet me forever.
You're probably wondering about my name: Yamaneko means Lynx in Japanese, a tribute to my beautiful points, which also give me my funny/sad looking eyes. And the shortened form, Neko has two meanings: Cat, but also Lucky, which describes me for being rescued and getting a chance at a wonderful new life with you!
I just arrived in foster care on Dec 31, so my foster mom will post more once I've had time to settle in and meet everyone. Meanwhile, enjoy my photos and video!

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Notes from Home
Emma has settled in nicely. Unfortunately she and Ivy, my little black DSH, have not become the friends I'd hoped they would be. They squabble a bit, but all I have to do is holler at them and they'll break it up. I'm also not sure how much of that is really a form of play. Emma will chase Ivy, but when she stops and turns away, Ivy will come and take a swipe at her as tho wanting to continue. I do feel comfortable leaving them alone together when I'm out.
For an older cat, Emma is surprisingly playful. She loves improvised toys, like an empty brown paper bag, box, empty pill bottle or toilet paper core. Tho she also plays with 'bought' toys that I'd gotten for Ivy or Trissa (my lost love), which neither of them were interested in. We have one of those 'crackle tunnels' that Emma also enjoys.
She's not quite the lap-lander that my beloved Trissa was, but for all that, if I settle down in the recliner or on the couch for a nap, she will often join me. She IS the snuggle kitty that I'd wanted, whom Ivy, alas, is not. (But Ivy is both beautiful and cute, and I love her for who she is. It's just that who she is, isn't who I thought she would be.)
I would note also that Emma's coat has filled out nicely, so she's a properly beautiful meezer now. Due to her background as an apparently long-time stray and then shelter cat, she looked just a bit scraggly when I got her, but good food, love and occasional brushing have done good things for her. I would count this adoption as a definite success!

(Last update: Jul 21st, 2017 10pm)

MOONY
Shy, but hopeful! Quieter home and some loving and I should be right as rain!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Moony
ID#: VA10705
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 04/11/15
Adopted: 05/03/15
Congrats: Eowyn
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

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Notes from Home
May 7, 2015 - Moony is settling in very well. We have her in her own room and she was willing to come out and eat with us in the room (at the other end) by the end of the first night. By the next morning, she would come out with some coaxing and purr up a storm when we petted her. Last night she started looking like she wanted to play rather than just get attention. I tossed a toy and she pounced on it, I tossed it again and she pounced on it, wrestled, kicked, then carried it off with her. Today we introduced her to a toy on a string on a wand. She LOVED it and when I took it away after a few minutes she spent the next several minutes systematically searching the room for that toy. She seems to not at all be bothered by the trains passing by or the comments from the other cats on the other side of the door. We don't want to introduce them until we get her checked and get everyone's claws trimmed.

May 17, 2015 - We are experimenting with different names for 'Moony'. She was very well behaved at the vet visit and was up to 6.4 lbs. We have been transitioning her to the food that the boys eat and there seems to be no GI distress. She has settled into her room VERY well. We have let her loose in the house (with the boys locked up and after several hours she was curled up on the clean laundry taking a bath. We have started face-to-face introductions. The first one didn't go well (Touchstone got terrified and I got scratched in his eagerness to get out of town. However, since then things have gone well. She and Feste have gotten the closest and while she warns him to not come too close if he is looking at her. When he isn't looking at her she will approach him. This morning she jumped over the cat tree (on its side for now) to land about 8 inches from him. He looked a little startled but other than that didn't really react. If she hisses, he will hiss back but his posture is very calm. Hers is fairly calm as well she just doesn't want him looking at her from too close a space and he is giving her that space. Touchstone is staying about 8-10 feet back watching with interest. She is very demanding of attention when we are in there with her alone and is starting to want some attention when the door is open. We are still separating them when we aren't at home and today is the first time we are letting them together without one of us right there to watch though I am keeping my ears open.

May 20, 2015 - the 3 cats are now fully integrated. The most worried of the existing cats was playing with one of his favorite toys this morning. She and Feste are getting close to each other and trying to figure out how to play. She ended up taking control of the toy-on-a-string session last night. She is comfortable enough with the boys to turn her back on them to take a bath and comes waltzing through the doorway around them (though she will accelerate a bit). She has been running all over the house and really playing with the various toys when we throw them for her. She is learning our routines and setting herself up for meeting us where we can pet her or play with her as we do things. When my Mom came to let her out a couple of days ago she was willing to play with Mom as well.

June 2, 2015 - The 3 cats are becoming very well integrated. Chris & I were on vacation and my Mom cat-sat for us. 'Moony' quickly learned that Mom had the same rules we do (it rains in the bathroom, it rains if you try to get to our food). She started doing lap sitting with Mom and really latched onto her. To the point that she would shove one of the boys out of the way if Mom was petting them. She and Feste are starting to really play with each other. There is still the occasional hiss to indicate desire for personal space but that is all. She is incredibly athletic and creative in her play (I've never seen any cat bunny-kick a cat tree while climbing the trunk).

June 22, 2015 - the 3 cats are very well integrated now. I have seen some play behavior in all of the 2-cat permutations. Touchstone took the longest but he is now willing to hunker & pounce toward her face (quick paw to the forehead then sit and look). We had some visitors on Friday afternoon and all three came out to say howdy and 'Moony' put on quite a show playing with toys and running around. She has really learned our routines and sets herself up as toll-keeper to insist on attention at strategic locations and times.

November 2015 - we are sticking with the new name we came up with "Schlau Mau" aka clever cat. She is very clever and thinks things through. She has a routine where I am expected to worship her when I come out from taking my middle of the night medication. I can now trim the claws on one complete paw before she says "enough". She is sleeping on the bed with the boys but not in a heap (yet) and it is hard to believe we have only had this wonderful little girl for 6 months.

March 2016 - She is getting more and more comfortable with us and demanding of attention. I have seen her exchange a quick lick with Touchstone. She is often sleeping on the bed with me (though not against me). We still regularly see all combinations of a pair of the cats (and occasionally all three) go flying by.

May 2017 - Schlau (FKA Moony) has really come into her own. She was a champ at the vet for her check-up. She has quite a few routines that she regularly requests our participation in (morning toss the ball up to the landing so she can chase it down, get petted while at the computer. She is still a bit shy about attention if she isn't already sitting/lying down. However she is starting to sit down to get the scratching she loves. She is starting to be much more comfortable with being picked up and letting me mess with her mouth in preparation for training her for teeth brushing. She is being a bit nervy but improving about her claw trimming. Finding the correct treat to motivate her helped a lot.

July 2017 - Schlau is getting more into the routine of teeth. She doesn't like the brush but is letting me use it briefly. She is into the Greenies enough that she is now first in line for me to do tooth related things. She is also sometimes setting on my chest for a snuggle and staying for quite awhile (20 minutes). She and the boys are still taking turns chasing each other and she is very clear on which toys are HERS.

(Last update: Jul 21st, 2017 5pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Tigger

(FKA Tigger fka ThomThom)

ID#: VA10782
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 05/23/15
Adopted: 07/18/15
Congrats: Janice A
Foster: Nancy


TIGGER
'm just a itsy bitsy ball of fluff, not even weighing one pound, but I've got a ton of purrsonality.
I already know how to feed myself and I use the litter box like a big girl! TOYS? I know what
to do with those! I even know what to do with a scratching pad!!

I have some major growing to do, so it will be awhile before I'm ready to go home. .

Stay tuned while foster mom gets to know me!

6/16/15

I'm not so itso bitso any more! I'm a whole 2.7 pounds of whirling, running, playing, leaping fluff.
I am losing some of that fluffy baby fur and am even prettier.

Purrs,

ThomThom

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8/6/15
Hello All. Here is yet another update from the home owned by Tips and Tigger and partially rented to that crazy cat woman (Big Mommy). Tigger has been unofficially renamed Tigger the Tiny Terror. Wait, you say, how could anyone so adorable be called Terror, Tiny or otherwise?
Well, let me enumerate how: stealing potpourri from the buffet; pulling towels off of towel bars in both bathrooms; stealing Big Mommy's bottles of smelly stuff from the vanity; smelling Tips a-double-scribble to make him swish his tail simply because it is so much fun to play with said tail; loosing countless toys that then Big Mommy and Little Mommy (Emily) have go searching for; grooming Big Mommy's head and eyebrows while she is sleeping. Well, the list could go on and on, but Big Mommy is beginning to get agitated trying to type it all.
Big Mommy calls little Tigger her "bad, bad, baddie boy." Then she looks at him, calls Little Mommy, they talk on the phone and then they laugh and laugh and laugh. And the next thing ya know, Little Mommy is back visiting the Two Ts. Tigger likes that.
One day when Big Mommy was sitting in the chair that the Two Ts have graciously allowed her, suddenly Tigger was spotted dragging his little a-double-scribble across the rug. "Oh my," thought Big Mommy, it's time to take that trip to the Vet she had been thinking of taking. She even said it out loud since Tips wasn't in the room and what does Tigger know, anyway. So Tigger went with Big Mommy, Little Mommy and big brother Tips to the Vet. Well, let me tell you. The next time Tigger will know "Vet" when he hears it, you betcha! It was a really scary place! Poor little Tigger had that same thing stuck up his you-know-what. Then he had other stuff done to him, including something about his poop! Big Mommy was told later that nothing was wrong with his poop. Of course there wasn't; how could anything be wrong with that stuff! And something else happened at that terrible Vet place that wasn't mentioned in Tips' report: both the brothers had a mani-pedi. Really. The guys had a mani-pedi. Ugh! Tips thinks that had something to do with Tigger's very early life as Thumbelina.
Little Mommy reports that Tigger is not such a good student. She has decided not to try any tricks except "Come." Tigger thinks that's a good idea--he he.
Tigger's September, 2015 Update:
TIGGER’S MISSION STATEMENT: PLAY EAT PLAY EAT PLAY EAT PLAY EAT PLAY EAT, etc.
He is just so silly. Here are two quick stories. 1) I just finished peeing, had my but half raised off the seat, when goof-ball jumped up. Being too little to see up over the top, he assumed (incorrectly, of course) that the seat had no hole in it. Well, three of four paws landed okay, but the fourth one was a pee-pee paw for sure. Boy did he run. I had to catch him to wash him off. 2) He often gets up on the sofa to dig between the cushions, as if the spot was a mousy hole. Once he got so enthused with this business of looking for a non-existent mouse in a non-mouse hole that he got himself turned upside down, back up against the back of the sofa, all four paws under his silly little chin, with his tail curled up over his belly. So, what does one do with a tail in that position? One plays with it, of course. Except he got so excited, he bit it, yelped, jumped down off the sofa and ran under it. (I hope you can picture him as I described. It was funny enough with him standing on his head, but when he bit his own tail and yelped, I just lost it.)
What can I say, Tigger is a baby, still.

1/28/16 Tigger's update: Well, Tiggie, as I mostly call him, is very much a baby, a kitten still. And a baddie boy kitten at that. This is the story of his latest escapade. It was 5:00AM, his and brother Tip's usual morning feeding time. I walked into the kitchen in my sleep socks and stepped on something hard and unusual. I ignored it long enough to walk over to the sink and turn on the overhead light. I turned around to see two things: the peacock feather I had just stepped on and Tiggie covered, head to toe, in peacock feathers. "Oh Tiggie, what did you do," I gasped. There he was, his whole little self except for his muzzle, ears and paws, covered in the small, light feathers that go down the shaft of peacock feathers. I knew at once that in the middle of the night he had knocked over the vase on the small table in front of the sliding glass doors in the living room. Baddie boy! I picked him up and groomed him as best I could at 5AM. Meanwhile, brother Tips was meowing for his breakfast. Oh boy, what a cat house I have! I finished pulling feathers off of Tiggie, fed the two kitties and then went to pick up the vase in the living room and the rest of the feathers off of the floor. I found feathers in the kitchen, foyer, living room, dining room, down the hallway, in the spare room (aka the princes room), the powder room--everywhere but in my bedroom. Of course not. Tiggie may be a kitten, but he's not stupid, just endlessly playful. Over the course of the next week or so, every now and then I would find more feathers on Tiggie, He had obviously hidden a stash of peacock feathers where only he could find them, and find them he did. Feather play continued for about another week, after which I finally didn't have to de-feather him anymore. What a cuttie-pie he is, my little kitten, Tigger. He's so cute you just have to forgive him. Besides, it's his job to play. How else will he learn about life.
UPDATE 7/21/16: Tigger is still our little baby boy: Baby Tiggy we call him, even though he's all growed up by now. He's as cute as cute can be and still very playful, unlike big brother Tippy Toes Tips, who feels it his continuous duty to demonstrate feline beauty and dignity. That not being Baby Tiggy's bag, as they say, Baby Tiggy is just silly always and that's it. Silly! We like him that way.
And one more thing, Baby Tiggy and big brother Tippy Toes Tips have a new sister, Tappy. You won't believe what she is: a D-O-G. You got that right, a D-O-G! At first Baby Tiggy was really, really a scaddy-cat, but not so much any more. That's mostly because Tappy is a rescue who is so traumatized that she won't come out of the Princes Room (spare bedroom) and prefers confinement behind a baby gate for her living quarters. But Big Mommy and Little Mommy are working at her rehabilitation and hope that someday soon she will want to come out of her room and joint the rest of the family in the whole house. In the meantime, Tiggy has decided that she's not so bad after all; he'll never be her best friend, but she'll be well tolerated, at least.
On another note, Baby Tiggy is up-to-date on all his shots and vet visits and continues to be ultra cute, cuddly and healthy. We like him that way, too!
7/19/17 Well, hello form Baby Tiggy and all of his family. Tiggy has something to tell you. "I can jump way up and hit the handle to open the bathroom door in my Mommy's room," says Tiggy. At least that's what he would tell you if he could talk like his mommy. That's not all, says Mommy. She thinks he does it to let his big brother Tippy Toe Tips into the bathroom so that Tips can have fun pushing the bottled candles off of the countertop. Mommy says they are both bad boys. Geeshhhh! That's okay, they are both so lovable that Mommy doesn't mind. In fact she's kind of proud of how smart Baby Tiggy is and how brotherly Tiggy and Tips are with each other. And they both want to report that their "sister" (doggy), Unhappy Tappy is still living in the Princess Room exclusively, but she is coming along really well. She no longer hides under the bed all the time whenever Mommy comes into her room. And once she was actually caught playing with Baby Tiggy! Wowwy wow wow, indeed! Everybody is scheduled for the vet's next week with no expectations of any problems. Bye for now from Columbus, NJ.

(Last update: Jul 19th, 2017 2pm)

KILI
Do you like to share? My brother Fili and I do, not much sibling rivalry here. We insist on sharing the same food bowl, the same water bowl, and the same toys. We even snuggle together in a cat bed that foster Mom says was only meant for one. I just have a question for you. Do you happen to have a lap you could share with us? We love to sit together in laps, and get tons of love and attention. Foster Mom shares her lap with us, but she says there's someone out there who will love us and share their laps with us forever. Are you that someone? If so, hurry and ask about us. We'll share our playful antics to keep you entertained, and of course we'll share lots and lots of love.

Purrs
Kili
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Kili
ID#: VA10822
Location:  Illinois
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 06/08/15
Adopted: 07/18/15
Congrats: Quinn
Foster: Joy



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Notes from Home
Kili has a new name: "Shinobi". He has settled in well and is doing fine. He loves to antagonize his brother even though he's the smaller of the two.
He is a *notorious* picky eater. I'm rotating through three flavors of FF wet after weeks and weeks of trial-and-error. If given something he doesn't like, he'll take a sniff, attempt to cover it up then look at me and complain loudly. When he finally realizes nothing different is forthcoming, he will eventually eat.

No litterbox issues.

He's an absolute joy.


July 19th, 2017
Happy 2nd anniversary!
Shinobi has been eating better this past year; I've identified flavors of wet food that appeal to his persnickety palate.
He's becoming more comfortable in the past couple of months in challenging his brother for my lap, affection and attention, in general. He *LOVES* to be brushed, still has his kitten-level energy and is a real charmer to anyone that visits.
He adores his brother and doesn't hesitate to stand up to him, although Genghis outweighs him by several pounds. He's the more mischievous of the pair, and enjoys knocking things off shelves for the sheer enjoyment factor.
No litter box issues -- EVER.

(Last update: Jul 19th, 2017 2pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Fili
ID#: VA10823
Location:  Illinois
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 06/08/15
Adopted: 07/18/15
Congrats: Quinn
Foster: Joy


FILI
Do you like music? We do! My brother and I love to sit and watch foster Mom play piano. I even try my paw at it every now and then. But you don't need a piano to adopt us. You just need enough love for two of the sweetest boys you'll ever want to meet. Foster Mom told me to say that last part. We are happy, outgoing, playful and just everything you could want in a pair of Siamese. Don't wait, ask about us today.

Purrs
Fili

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Notes from Home
Fili has a new name: "Genghis".
He's my snuggle buddy. Likes a lap and has a specific place he likes to sleep: in the crook of my arm.
Watching him play with his brother is hilarious. He is the stockier of the two and gives no thought to body-slamming Shinobi when he's being annoyed.
Having said that, I've never witnessed a stronger bond between cats.

He is a chow-hound. He'll eat whatever is placed in front of him, and then some.

No litterbox issues.


July 19th, 2017
Happy 2 year anniversary!
Genghis is doing well.
He's my affectionate buddy, still loves to sleep in the crook of my arm at night.
Adores his brother but is a tad jealous when Shinobi wants me to pay attention to him.
No health issues, no litter box issues.
He's an absolute joy.

(Last update: Jul 19th, 2017 1pm)

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