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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.

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LUNA
Outgoing and lovely, I can lap sit and play as is typical of snowshoes! You aren't going to need more than me in your life!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Luna

(FKA Dinsdale)

ID#: VA12111
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 06/24/17
Adopted: 07/09/17
Congrats: Juan Carlos
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 any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat

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Notes from Home
07/12/17 Luna (formerly Dinsdale) has been home for 3 days now. We renamed her because she got her name when the rescuer thought she was boy. She eats well and litter boxes well. Her favorite thing is time with her people. She will curl upon the couch next us while we work or watch TV. She also loves playing with her feather stick toy. We feel like we have won the cat lottery with this lovely girl! She is very much attached to her people, but has gradually started playing independently as well.
(Last update: Jul 12th, 2017 7pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: JoJo

(FKA Joey)

ID#: VA12003
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 04/07/17
Adopted: 06/25/17
Congrats: Gloria
Foster: Kathy

Foster Notes

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
JOJO
I need a true rescue angel. I hadn't had much human attention, if any, before I was brought to the shelter and then to my foster moms house. It took me almost two months to start letting foster mom pet me and pick me up. I'm still not thrilled with it but it's a start. I still hiss sometimes to remind her that I need more time and space. But I like to follow her around and purr and I LOVE our wand toy play sessions. They are the best part of my day -well that and meal time and treats :). Are you prepared to give me a couple of months to get to know you before I let you pet me? I do need a nice girl kitty as a buddy. I also need to stay inside my transport area and the shorter the trip the better. If you would like a handsome guy like me and you have time and patience to let me settle in on my terms, please ask about me.

Thank you.

Love, Joey

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Notes from Home
Joey is doing well. He eats, drinks, and uses the litter box as expected. I continue his Prozac, and will talk to my vet before weaning him off. He explores his room, as I lay on the floor and talk to him. He has played with some of the toys I offer, and watches every move I make. I am encouraged by his demeanor. There seems to be no panic or real fear. He has approached me enough to smell my extended hand, and reached out to touch it gingerly with his paw. No sign of attack. I will update again when there is more to report. We are doing well. Thanks for your help. Gloria

4 Jul 17...Almost afraid to report because I don't want to jinx the progress...... Major breakthrough on the 3rd of July. Between 10 PM & 11 PM Joey became interested in the door to the hall, and while he was occupied with it, I ventured to pet him. He not only allowed, but responded with a very loud purring. He pushed back on my hand almost like a reflex. He must have had someone care for him when he was really little. He allowed skritching to his head, ears and back, along with full body strokes. He allowed again this evening. I have been going into his room, and laying on a body pillow, and reaching my hand over to him. He previously did come close, and touch my hand, as above. I'm so excited with this progress, I don't know what to do. I also spoke with my vet about decreasing his Prozac. Since the pills are so small, and preclude dividing further, he suggested giving every other day for a couple weeks. Will monitor closely to be sure it is OK. I visit him in his room at least 3 or 4 times a day, and use his behavior to determine the length of stay. I'm going to wait and see about the Prozac dose decrease before I attempt to integrate Joey with the three established babies. Thanks for all your support.


12 Jul 17 Joey has become JoJo. He was introduced to Mama Mia (Mia) on 10 Jul, and they spent the day together in his room. On the 11th, the pups had a grooming day, and JoJo was turned loose in the whole house. He has explored well, and he and Mia have had no real hard confrontations. He is not hiding, as I thought he might. He follows her, she hisses a bit but no scraps. He even came to me in the kitchen, and crouched fr a petting. I will send pictures later, but wanted to get this out. He is on every other day Prozac, and I see no changes in his behavior. All seems well at this point. He is well and happy, as is Mia. Thanks again.

(Last update: Jul 12th, 2017 6pm)

ZOEY
A little spice is nice, right? Well only if you've graduated magna cum laude from Siamese school, because I can be quite spicy. I guess that's what happens when your brain is working extra hard trying to figure everything out, and being a bit defensive when I think I'm challenged. I need a one or two person home, people very experience with sassy Siamese gals, an 'alpha' personality as Aunt Siri says. No other cats please, and definitely no small children. A dog? Well, I watch with interest, but suspect I could be bossy with that slobbering peon if pushed. Good in all habits, although active on my favorite scratching post, which does come with me.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Zoey
ID#: VA11675
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 08/29/16
Adopted: 03/31/17
Congrats: M. Allison
Foster: Siri

Foster Notes

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 any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat

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Notes from Home
Zoey has been home for over a month now, and is doing well. She is extremely smart, and has so much energy that it's sometimes hard to keep up with her. She definitely has an "in your face" personality, but also is very loving with a wonderful purr that I've been blessed with ever since she arrived here. She definitely thinks she is large and in charge! I think she's glad to have a home where she can be herself. We're still working on what is or is not acceptable behavior here (like NOT jumping on kitchen counters or knocking things on the floor from whatever surfaces she can get on), but things are going well. She is a wonderful cat. I think that some of her crazy behaviors are from being bored, so I'm trying to work on playing with her as much as possible around work. She eats well, and is very good at using her litter box, though is quite energetic at digging in the litter. Oh well, at least I can deal with sweeping the floor as long as she uses the litter box! Sometimes she'll sleep on the bed with me at night (almost right from the first night), and sometimes she'll sleep in her millie bed. Her health seems to be good, and I haven't seen any reason yet to be concerned or take her to the vet. As high strung as she can be, I'm not sure how she'll be at the vet's office, but my vet is good at dealing with "difficult" cats! She has not been the least bit aggressive with me - just very high energy with a high play drive. I think that comes from being so smart and still being young.

5/7/17 - Zoey is doing quite well, still biting some when she gets over stimulated, but not quite as much. I'm trying to keep an eye on her more to anticipate the biting for attention stuff. I took her to the vet last month for a general checkup, and the vet was pleased. She weighed 9.15 pounds, so a bit of a weight gain. She eats quite well - I initially was able to get her to eat some canned food along with the dry, but I think it disagreed with her system (she would vomit soon afterwards). Now she's back to having just the Merrick dry food, which she keeps down. She loves to play, and loves it when I have the windows open so she can sniff the fresh air and watch the birds. She is very smart, so seeing different things going on outside helps keep her mentally stimulated. I've gone through a lot of the freeze dried chicken treats, which she adores. No, she's not getting a lot of them each day, since I want her to have a more balanced diet, but I think she deserves a bit of a treat every day. She does love knocking things off of bookshelves and other surfaces - I think it's mostly an attention seeking thing as she mostly does it when I'm home. She is a sweet little cat, and quite the personality!

7/12/17 - Zoey is settling down quite well - she doesn't attack me nearly as much as she did when I first brought her home. I was worried at first about dealing with her when I first came home after having surgery, but she spent a lot of time sleeping on my lap when I was sleeping. She's down to not eating canned food any more - either she refused it totally, or her tummy got upset afterwards and she'd vomit. The dry food seems to work well though - very little tummy upsets. She still loves the freeze dried chicken treats, but I have to ration that! She's been a lovely cat to have around!

(Last update: Jul 12th, 2017 7am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Fergus

(FKA Wolowitz)

ID#: VA10786
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 05/24/15
Adopted: 07/11/15
Congrats: Jennifer
Foster: Debi


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 is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
FERGUS
Yes, you guessed it...since my foster meowm had three bouncing babies arrive during the Memorial Day weekend, she felt it appropriate to name us after The Big Bang Theory! So let me introduce myself!!! I'm Wolowitz & I'm full of energy & love playing with my brother. There's more for my foster meowm to learn about my personality, but I think she's liking me so far, as I've given her a kiss!!

Stay tuned for updates. Since I'm so young, it will be several weeks before I can come home, but I'll be worth the wait!!

I do need a friend to come with me or if you already have a friend for me that would be purrrfect!

Wolowitz
Notes from Home
Fergus has been with us for 6 months and we adore him. Fergus is a typical littler brother bugs his big sister by chasing her and jumping out at her. She is fine with him as long as he isn't jumping her. We call him tiny tiger as he loves to jump and attack us playfully. He also has earned the nickname land shark as he military crawls under the bed so he can jump at us or his sister as we walk by. He is not a lap cat but loves to sit on my neck by my face. He loves to play with the track ball or the tent we got him. He is still not sleeping in the room as he wakes up at 3 am and wants to play.

I cant believe it has been nearly a year since Fergus became a part of our family. He is the sweetest boy. He does not like to be alone at all. He is playful and NEVER sleeps. When he wants to lay on you he pounces like Tigger. There is no nicely walking on you. He has learned to jump on all surfaces in the house se we continue to train him to stay off the counter. He loves his big sister but his sister at times will hiss to let him know she has had enough of her little brother. He plays fetch with furry mice. He likes to drop them in the water bowl then fish them out and bring them to you. Everyone that meets him loves him instantly. He is afraid of dogs and will not come down stairs when my son comes to visit with his pug. This little guy has brought so much joy to our lives.

I can't believe it has been two years since Fergus came to live with us. He loves to wrestle with his sister and plays fetch just a dog. He is definitely a mamas boy and follows me everywhere. I can no longer go to the bathroom by myself. He has had his checkup for this year and is completely healthy. He is such a love bug and brings so much joy to our life


(Last update: Jul 11th, 2017 11pm)

MERLIN
I am quite a shy cat who is going to require what Aunt Siri terms 'tough love'. That means someone who can get down on their hands and knees and reach under beds and cabinets to pull me out, sit with me on the floor in their lap, and repeat, repeat, repeat. I am doing well on a special single protein diet which is over the counter and which is helping some possible food sensitivities, so will need to stay on this diet (wet and dry, Natural Balance Duck and Green Pea).
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Merlin
ID#: VA12029
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 04/30/17
Adopted: 05/16/17
Congrats: Dennis
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
Merlin is nearing his 2 month anniversary and what a busy 2 months. For weeks we couldn't get him out of our bathroom. Then we couldn't get him out of the bedroom. Now he rules the house. He stands on top of the staircase at bedtime and meows his head off, telling us its bedtime. He will bounce down the stairs, jump on each of us, then run to the top of the stairs and meow, meow meow. Once we get upstairs, he keeps his eye on both of us until its lights out. If I load the dishwasher, he will peek into the kitchen and remind me its bedtime! Then once we are tucked in he jumps in bed and purrs, curls up and time to sleep. 4 in the morning seems to be his time to get up. He will wash our faces, bat us with his paw and then start playing with his toys. He has figured out this doesn't work much. He eats well, spends lots of time on our laps, plays with his toys (catnip is his favorite) and is not afraid of visitors! Both my son and his girlfriend and my daughter and her husband have visited and Merlin is very curious and friendly. Loud bangs still make him jump. Once in a while he will jump on a counter to see what's going on, but not a regular thing. He is not a scratcher, but he will use his scratching pad quite often. And he loves Turkey treats! His first vet visit went very well and he has gained weight and his coat and skin are doing great.
(Last update: Jul 11th, 2017 3pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Sakura

(FKA Arya)

ID#: VA10826
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 06/09/15
Adopted: 07/10/15
Congrats: Sandi
Foster: Christine


This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
SAKURA
I am Arya - and yes, I am also named for one of foster mom's favorite "Game of Thrones" characters. I am feisty, playful, independent and a bit of a tomboy. I do love to play and snuggle with my brother and sister though so I will need to go home with another kitten to play with - a BOY kitten.
Notes from Home
Went back to the vet today to get my final distemper shot! I was a good girl and even let them trim my nails! Weighed 3.6 pounds... I am starting to look like a big girl!

Boy do I like to eat! I even try to eat my brother's food from his dish in between bites so he won't notice. Mom has to sit beside us to make sure we both get our fair share! My favorite things to do are play with my go-cat mouse, chase my brother, and curl up into mom's lap. Sometimes a fly gets into the house and I chase it in circles. So far I have caught two, right out of the air! Purrs, Sakura

6 months! Holy cow! Well I am officially the queen of my domain. I have diva-tendencies and I won't take no for an answer! My favorite thing to do is to wake mom up in the morning with kisses and snuggle in laps to keep warm. I still love my go-cat mouse, but I also found a new an exciting sparkle ball that I carry with me everywhere. I lost my first one, so mom bought me a brand new pack of 20, which should last for a long while! I am growing and eating and doing everything as I should. I like to scratch, but only on my cardboard scratchers that are all over the house. Other than that, I am simply perfect. Purrs, Sakura

Hello! Meowmy apologizes for the delay, but she figured better late than never for my first birthday update! I continue to be spoiled rotten and I have demolished almost all of the 20 sparkle balls my meowmy bought me last time. I am energetic and lively and always up for a game of catch. People keep saying that I am like a dog because I can play fetch, silly humans! My grandma bought me and my brother Sake a bird feeder for outside our favorite window... it's like having kitty-TV! I will sit for hours and watch until a chipmunk or squirrel comes, then I jump at the window! Sometimes I get so distracted by the kitty-tv that meowmy has to bring me to my food because I forget to eat, oops! I suppose that is all for now! Purrs, Sakura

I'm two! Not much has changed from the last update; I still get a thrill from chasing the chipmunks outside the window and sometimes hit my head because I forget the screen is there, ouch! I love parties and when people come over they are surprised by how social I am "for a cat" - silly dog people. I'm a petite girl, but I make up for it with a loud meezer voice. I still have diva tendencies, and mom says that if I were a human I would probably be Beyoncé. Purrs, Sakura

(Last update: Jul 11th, 2017 11am)

SAKI
Just arrived. More information soon.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Saki

(FKA Ferris Mewler)

ID#: VA10840
Location:  Georgia
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 06/13/15
Adopted: 07/11/15
Congrats: Sandi
Foster: ShirleyBo



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Notes from Home
Went back to the vet today to get my final distemper shot! The vet said everything looks good and even cleaned my ears! I weighed in at 3.6 pounds... eating is one of my new favorite hobbies!

I am becoming a big boy! Recently I had a bad bout of diarrhea but the doctor gave me new medicine and I am starting to feel better. I really enjoy playing with my go-cat mouse. I carry him all around the house so I don't have to share with my sister. In the morning when mom lets us into her bed I am a snuggle-machine! I even started to sleep with my sister and will groom her during nap time. Purrs, Sake

Hi! It's me, Sake! I have made tremendous progress with my toileting since the last update. Stools have been solid and regular since switching to a new fancy food that is grain-free (almost 3 months now!). Eating is my favorite part of the day. I am super cuddly and will let anyone pick me up. Mom thinks I might be part rag-doll because I just melt into your arms. I recently got a new toy ribbon that is simply the best. I chase it and jump after it, and once I catch it I take it to another room so nobody can steal it back from me. I hate being brushed, but mom says that I should get used to it since I have long fur. Oh well. Life is hard when you're this spoiled :) Purrs, Sake

Hello! Can you believe it? I turned one last month! Not much has changed about me, I still love food and getting scratchies and chasing my cat-teaser toys! My favorite new hobby is watching my meowmy run on the treadmill. I wait until she is done and then I jump on and roll around on the warm belt, it's just purrrfect! I haven't had issues with the potty and still love the new expensive food that meowmy serves me. Sometimes I eat so fast that I throw up, so meowmy feeds me a little bit many times a day so I get all the nutrition that I need! I am quite energetic, especially after I eat a meal. I chase my favorite mouse and do flips in the air trying to catch it! Meowmy keeps trying to get a video recording but I am just too fast for her! My sister Sakura and I love watching the birds and squirrels outside our favorite window. I chatter whenever I see my arch-nemesis, the cardinal. Until next time! Purrs, Sake

I'm two! Where did the time go? I just had my check up with the vet and was told that I have a "perfect" body condition - probably because of all the exercise I get chasing my mice. I recently discovered bubbles, which I try to catch before they disappear. I am also becoming a seasoned vet traveling in the car. I wear a harness and nap on the backseat while mom & dad drive my sister and I to grandmom's house. All is well in Sake-land :)

(Last update: Jul 11th, 2017 11am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: maggie

(FKA Maxine)

ID#: VA11274
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Lilac
Date In: 12/31/15
Adopted: 01/16/16
Deceased: 01/01/17
Congrats: Nancy
Foster: Michelle


This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
MAGGIE
This beauty just arrived. So far she is confused by her change of venue as she has moved around a lot in the past 2 years. She must be an only cat - loves people, but cats not so much. She prefers to be the princess. Hopefully her next home with be her forever home! More about Maxine's purrsonality as soon as she reveals it to me.

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Notes from Home
My experience in adopting Maggie was a good one The information provided by her foster, Michelle, was very helpful. It helped greatly in getting ready for her to come and live with me. We are still in the getting to know you phase but she is the most loving cat I've ever had. She is still rather shy and hides from me put I'm sure that will get better in time.

All was going extremely well until she went to the vet the other day. The whole experience frighten her and since then she hides. Maggie was having problems with vomiting and loose stools and red eyes so she is taking several medications. The vomiting and loose stools have stopped, eyes are clearing but she doesn't like her meds. The loose stools and eye issues were well documented in her history so I know that would need to be addressed.

I will update again in a few weeks by then I know her shyness will have worn off.

3/25/16 Update:
I first want to start with the fact the Maggie is the most loving cat I've ever had. She is beautiful, loving, sweet little girl who I have fallen totally in love with. Maggie is in her forever home. She knows her new name, is always by my side and has wonderful manners.

Now for the not so good news. Maggie has had bouts of vomiting and loose stools since coming to live with me. Initially my vet changed her food and seemed to help for a few weeks. She always ate well for me but couldn't find a dry food she liked. My vet, Dr. Williams did a ultrasound in January which showed a small thickening of her small intestines, we tried conservative treatment at first and it seemed to help. But a couple of weeks ago she would vomit and not eat for a day or two along with loose stools. She started to loose weight.

Maggie was back at the vet this past Monday and a TK feline cancer panel was done and yesterday I received the bad news. Maggie has small cell lymphoma. The plan is a 6 week course of chemo, hopefully starting Monday. Maggie is also on numerous other medications at this time. The goal is to get Maggie in remission, continue with a good quality of life, and expand her life expediency.

Please keep Maggie in your thoughts and prayers, she has a long road ahead of her.

7/18/16 I received an email from Kathy the other day asking how things are going with Maggie since it's been 6 months since her adoption. As I stated in March Maggie was diagnosed with small cell lymphoma and IBS. She went through 1 month of chemo which was very hard on her. She had a lot of nausea, vomiting and anorexia from the chemo. Maggie was rechecked for cancer 2 weeks ago and she is in remission. Her IBS is still not well controlled but she has gained the weight back she lost during her treatment and I've tried to upload a new picture of her today. I hope it went through.
As far as Maggie's behavior goes there are no problems. She loves to be near me or on me, sleeps with me every night and enjoys making biscuits and her litter box habits are excellent! She can be shy around company but usually warms up to people. She isn't big on playing with toys or interactive play (looses attention easily). She does like to go out on the screened porch and smell the air and the garage is her hunting grounds. She loves to be brushed and really enjoys belly rubs.
Maggie will be on medication for IBS for life, she still vomits occasionally and has soft stools. But my vet is on top of things and follows her regularly. Maggie is a wonderful companion and I enjoy every day with her.

Thanks for remembering Maggie's 1 year anniversary, we plan on celebrating later today. As I've stated before Maggie is the sweetest, most loving cat I've ever had. Matter of fact, she is sitting on my lap while I try to type this update.
Maggie's health issues continue to be problematic, in September she stopped eating and had severe diarrhea Maggie was hospitalized and diagnosed with pancreatitis. After 4 days of severe vomiting and diarrhea my vet felt there was little else that could be done and the only avenue left was exploratory abdominal surgery which I okayed. When Maggie was shaved it was noted she had a large abdominal scar indicating she had abdominal surgery in the past. My Vet stated the mesenteric closure was not well performed and Maggie had severe intestinal adhesions and a loop in her bowels as well as an inflamed pancreas, no sign of cancer. The next day Maggie had a feeding tube inserted and developed a severe bladder infection. Maggie was hospitalized for 2 weeks and came home with tube feedings and 2 page list of medications. The vomiting and diarrhea stopped, the feeding tube stayed in for 6 weeks. Maggie remains on multiple medications and still needs an appetite stimulate to eat an adequate diet. Maggie's weight is up to 8 lbs. which she has maintained.
Even with all these medical issues with Maggie her lovely disposition hasn't changed. She is such a joy to be around. Since her surgery Maggie has become more active, vocal and playful. She still has her IBD and will be rechecked for small bowel lymphoma in the spring. I do feel Maggie is happy in her new home even though she doesn't like taking her medication.

It was with great sadness I have to report that my precious Maggie passed away yesterday. She started with an unsteady gait 2 weeks ago and quickly progressed to the point she could not walk or hold her head up. After many tests (that were normal) the vet felt there was a cancer somewhere in her spine. We decided not to do an MRI because of the distance to drive and expense and it wouldn't change the outcome. I kept her at home hoping the prednisolone would allow more quality to her life but by Sunday it was clear it wasn't working. My Maggie Mae stole my heart and I shall miss her more than I can express it words. Our last night together we snuggled in bed and as I stoked her she purred for hours. No matter how sick she was she remained the sweetest little girl.

(Last update: Jul 11th, 2017 11am)

POCKET
Outgoing, friendly, and VERY busy!!! Mr. Purrsonality has just arrived. He will need a feline friend to keep me company. Active, social, wonderful kitty!

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Pocket

(FKA Cassidy)

ID#: VA12062
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: male
Current Age: 6mon
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 05/26/17
Adopted: 06/11/17
Congrats: Kimber
Foster: Michelle



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Notes from Home
Pocket is doing great. Everyone who meets him falls in love with him. He did fabulously last week at his first vet visit here. Better than his scaredy dog who went with him. This past weekend we dog sat our parents Westie and they were fast friends. True bff at first sight. Pocket was happy to have someone closer to his size (6lbs+ now). Shared beds and ate together. Pocket tried to steal kibble from the Westie. The dog was willing to give all. He was re-directed to kitten food.


Pocket I has been a seamless addition to the family. He is in constant motion but loves s good cuddle and always sleeps in bed with someone. He is up to 6 lbs and very talkative when hungry or wanting pets. We love him!

(Last update: Jul 11th, 2017 10am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Mimi

(FKA Mimi Meow)

ID#: VA11455
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
Date In: 05/14/16
Adopted: 07/02/16
Congrats: David
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
This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
MIMI
Hey, you. Yes, you! Stop right now. Why are you even looking at any more of those other cats when you know you have found the perfect one. Yes, that is right....Me. First of all, let me introduce myself. I am Princess Mimi Meow of Maryland. A most exquisite and very affectionate Torti point if ever there was one. Now that I have your attention, let me begin by telling you what type of man servant I am looking for. First of all, because I am such a wonderful and truly magnificent feline, you will only need me. I love talking to my staff, leg winding, head butts and have a deep throaty purr. So you have to trust me when I tell you that I will be more than enough Siamese for you to handle, so no point even thinking about putting me in a home with another cat. I have so much to say for myself all the time, I cannot possibly share my servant with another feline. But in return you will have my undivided attention, so much love and many nose kisses. I will keep you amused all the time with my antics and activities and I will sit on your lap during the day and cuddle up on your bed at night. So, now that we have that taken care of, let me tell you what else I am looking for. I need someone to pay very close attention to my every whim and desire and in turn I will promise to make sure that I keep you under control and busy at all times. Honestly, I do wonder sometimes what humans did before they lived with a cat, they are so scattered and unfocused, it really takes a fantastic feline like myself to keep them on track. It is exhausting. Oh, and another thing, I do not care one bit for those very small servants on two short legs who have high pitched voices. I call them aliens because I believe they are from another planet. However my current servant says that is not polite and they are actually called children. Anyway, I do not want to share my castle with them either. Now let me get back to my favorite subject.. me. I am very beautiful, with large blue eyes, that light up the stars, and a face so exquisite, it could launch a thousand ships. My coat is really a beautiful multicolor, with so many different shades and patterns. I have a very busy tail, that wags all the time, like a dog. Even when I sit still it wags, and it turns into a kink at the end when I walk. Sometimes my tail even surprises me. So, if you think that you will make the perfect servant and you have a palace that you feel is suitable for a loving young princess to live in, please feel free to contact my current slave and let them know you are interested in applying for the position. All applications will be carefully reviewed by myself. May the Paws be with you... Princess M.

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Notes from Home
Mimi has been with us for a month now and is doing just fine. Her personality is just as described by Siri and Jane. A bit on the cautious side but quite interested in the family activities. Certainly becomes social when she wants, loves to do her "face bumps" Appears out of nowhere and has some hiding places that have amazed us when we are about to leave and need to make sure she is OK. We call her just Mimi and have dropped the meow for the most part. Our grandson calls her "cutieface" which is approppriate as an alternative.
She uses her litterbox and loves her food although occasional spit ups happen
We are quite happy to have her in our lives and are so pleased with the Siamese Cat Rescue Center. Thanks so much!


Update February, 2017 Mimi has been with us for seven months now. She is doing very well and it is so nice to have he as a part of our lives.Essentially all of my comments above continue to apply. She is her own girl, and although her social integrations are quite gradual, she certainly appears comfortable in our home. She is still quite the neat freak with her litter box and loves her Nutro dry food. No interest at all in people food. Continues to find the most comfortable sunny napping places imaginable.looking at her pre adoption pictures she has "filled out" a bit and is a bit chubbier. She still races around the house from time to time and we should encourage that type of activity a bit more. She spends hours looking out the windows at the bird feeder etc. Makes us wonder if she was an outdoor kitty in the past. Is not trying to sneak outside the way she did when she first arrived but as the warm weather approaches we likely will need to deal with that again. Thanks so much for your help, will attempt to upload a picture. We love Mimi for sure!

One year has gone by and Mimi is doing just wonderfully. She is healthy, pretty as ever and appears very content. She has not become a lap kitty as yet but we still hold out hope. She seems quite comfortable in her routines and is just so pleasant to have around. She has her favorite room in our home which is our sunroom and spends most of the day there on her perch looking outside, grooming and napping. She is after us to follow her there, and wants to be brushed frequently. she is very "easy" and very much the neat and tidy type. We just love living with her. Thanks again for doing what you do!

(Last update: Jul 9th, 2017 10pm)

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