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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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I'm very sick and in the hospital right now. My vet is working very hard to make me better so please keep me in your thoughts.
All your thoughts must have worked because I home with meowmy and feeling so much better that now I can tell you some of my story. I was living outside with a group of feral cats and our caretaker noticed that I was loosing weight and I smelled. She took me to a vet, where it was determined that I had a raging infection in my mouth and needed most of my teeth pulled. The caretaker couldn't afford to pay for all that so she turned me over to the vet in hopes that I would get the help I need. The vet contacted meowmy and she said she'd do what she could. She appealed to her "rescue" friends and one sweet angel said she'd pay for my vet care if meowmy would help get me into Siamese Cat rescue, so that's what was done.

I came to Meowmy after having most of my teeth pulled, but still had a raging infection and was in pain from my dental. The pain meds that were given were just a bit too much for me and I was totally zonked out from them. When meowmy realized something wasn't right, she rushed me to her vet, where I stayed for 7 days. I could have come home after 4 days, but some awful white stuff fell from the sky and meowmy couldn't get there to come get me.

Now that I'm back with meowmy, I'm getting stronger each day and braver, too. You see, living indoors was all new to me, and though I love meowmy petting me, I was scared of all the new sounds and sights. Seeing the other cats here, though, made me feel safer.

Next, meowmy said she need to find me my own indoor forever home, and she said she'd help me become so brave that I'll be happy once she does. Do you think your home might be a good place for me? If so, ask about me and maybe meowmy can help you figure that out.

Update: 5/8/15- I' so brave now and stay out of hiding most of the time. I wrap myself around meowmy's legs for attention and even enjoy some lap time. You'll have to earn my trust, but I do come around, and the best part is some sweet person has already paid my adoption fee, so I'm ready to go!

Name:   Blue
ID#: VA10613
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 02/06/15
Adopted: 07/11/15
Congrats: Denise
Foster: Jeanne

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


Notes from Home
Blue is now known as Shadow and realizes he is in his forever home. He is just a sweet and loving boy who loves to eat! I am over the moon for this adorable boy!
(Last update: Aug 11th, 2015 9am)

Name:   Sally
ID#: VA10796
Location:  Massachusetts
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 05/31/15
Adopted: 07/28/15
Congrats: Carolyn
Foster: Bonnie

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
This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
I enjoyed my little vacation to the mountains, and I'll miss the doggy I met there. So much for my summer romance.

But, it is time to get serious about finding my fur-ever home. I would like a furry friend of the canine persuasion. I am not very comfortable with my own type. Dogs are cool, but remember, I RULE.

I come across as an angry girl, but it is all a big front. When I first meet someone I will growl and hiss WHILE I am rubbing on your ankles and playing with toys. The contradictions are all part of the test.

O my gosh, O my gosh, I found a dog of my own! And a DAD and a mom. The whole magilla!

I am going home to live the happily ever after dream. Thank you SCRC.

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Notes from Home
Sally seems very happy in her new home. She is not completely trusting of our dog, Casey, a 15 pound poodle/terrier cross, yet but she is very tolerant of him. She is free to roam the house, is very curious, has explored every nook and cranny, up and down, and purrs and rubs up against us, jumps up next to us when we're sitting down. We are careful about petting her--she still lets us know when she's had enough. She is eating well and using the litter box. I think she and Casey will be good friends in the not too distant future. Casey is not under any constraint either and he doesn't harass Sally but is curious. We do put Sally in her "safe" area when we have to leave the two of them home alone. Sally is a beautiful kitty and we are in love with her already.
(Last update: Aug 11th, 2015 9am)

OMG I am in love! This girl is gorgeous. She is very affectionate and wants to be held or in your lap. Very gentle personality.
Name:   Zarah
ID#: VA10169
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 07/21/14
Adopted: 08/10/14
Congrats: Carl
Foster: Debra


Notes from Home
Well I got the notice that it is Zarah's one year anniversary. To all involved in Zarah's placement - THANK YOU! I entered the calendar contest (hoping to get a slot for Zarah/Carlee for final Christmas presents for my dad's friends) and have copied the story and pictures for you to enjoy. -

Zarah – VA10169 was selected from all the wonderful rescues on the Siamese Cat Rescue Center site by my 88 year old father (Carl Lee). Living in Maryland we searched for a cat in the tri-state area and selected a cat in Williamsburg, VA (about a 3 hour drive). Other adopters were ahead of us for this cat and we were encouraged to look for other cats in our transport area. We had seen Zarah – a cat in South Carolina but we didn’t expect that transport would really include travel from South Carolina to Maryland. Well, it did and after the assistance of her foster mom and several volunteer transporters we received Zarah in the Richmond area. Before long I realized the treasure that came into my life. My dad and Zarah were inseparable. She followed him like many dogs follow their owner and would sit at his feet when he stopped and jump in his lap when he sat down. She even retrieves toys like a dog – friends laugh and tease saying “maybe someday she will bark”. As much love as my dad bestowed on Zarah, her presence in his life provided him happiness, companionship and a new source of conversation – I no longer got a daily report that he was bored or lonely. My dad died on January 1st and Zarah is now my joy. She follows me as she did with my father and when I sit she is in my lap purring and offering me comfort. My dad attempted to find a good name for Zarah. He couldn’t find one that “fit ” and since she was always with him he really didn’t call her anything. In January, I found the perfect name for her - “Carlee”. My father included Carlee in his estate plan and she is also included in mine. Thank you Siamese Cat Rescue Center and all of your volunteers!

(Last update: Aug 10th, 2015 10am)

Name:   Cimmaron
ID#: VA3504
Location:  Georgia
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 07/01/05
Adopted: 08/07/05
Congrats: Jessica
Foster: ShirleyBo

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
Hey is that a toy! Is that Fud! Hold me! Wait I want down to Play, play! Play Play. Oh here is a kiss but I gotta run. I see another toy. Which one should I play with. Ok I only have a minute! Foster Mom says you wanna know a bit about me. I am one confident princess! Yes just a baby but a baby princess and expect to be treated like one. I want what I want and will get it somehow. I am Pure meezer through and through. So if you are up for a high action and activity Thats me. Whats this about ADHD? Foster Mom keeps saying something about that. But never Mind I see a toy!

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Notes from Home
Cimmaron (AKA Bonnie) is doing great. She is still a little moody but she is great with my 3 small kids. She has another cat friend in the home as well and they get along very well. I will send a picture soon!
(Last update: Aug 10th, 2015 10am)

Precious and sweet!
Name:   Aster
ID#: VA10870
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 06/20/15
Adopted: 07/25/15
Congrats: Theodore
Foster: Nancy


Notes from Home
Aster is the SWEETEST and most AMAZING little Meezer girl! She adapted immediately to her safe room when she got home. She ate and played and used her litter box without spending any time in hiding. After the first night in her safe room, her big brother, Casper, was PRETTY suspicious and curious. He wondered what in the world was going on in there? With a hiss-hiss here, and a mew-mew there, life got very interesting, very quickly! Gradually they'd were introduced to each other. Being the kitten that she is, if Aster had her druthers, she'd probably be chasing Casper 24/7! In two very short weeks, Casper has "shown her the ropes." Each day, we see them bonding more. And, individually or together, they are more entertaining to watch than TV could EVER BE!
Once we'd made the decision to adopt Aster, and before she arrived, we were admittedly very nervous, wondering if we were doing the right thing, bringing in another kitty, and how Casper would be affected. Overall, he seems to be doing quite well. We are SO HAPPY to have this darling little girl in our lives. And ultimately, as time goes on, we think Casper will be fine.

(Last update: Aug 9th, 2015 9pm)

Name: Chaucer

(FKA Chance)

ID#: VA7507
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 17 Yrs
Declawed: 4paw
Points: Seal
Date In: 01/12/11
Adopted: 05/01/11
Deceased: 09/24/16
Congrats: Connie
Foster: Siri

Yes, my face is a little quirky, my lip gets stuck on my tooth from time to time - it gives me character, don't cha think? I am a well behaved gentleman in all departments who is a very easy keeper, love to talk if you're interested in listening, and like to snuggle if you're interested in snuggling. I'm dog curious, cat tolerant, and kid friendly. Got any interest?
Notes from Home
Chaucer is settling in very well. He completely charmed the vet, his two new bean brothers, and of course his new Mamoo and Dadoo. HIs feline sibs aren't as charmed yet, but they have made a lot of progress in the past month. They like to hunker down and watch each other, or trash talk at each other. At present, Chaucer only has free roam of the house when we are here, and we monitor interactions pretty carefully. He has loved hanging out in the bedroom with Mamoo and/or Dadoo, and both of us have learned what a wonderful feline nurse he is. In the past month since we had him, someone in the house has been home sick almost every day, with Chaucer cuddled close beside them. We have taken some pictures but will have to take some better ones for a later update :-) I am loved, adored, and totally spoiled (naturally). Even the bean boys are wrapped around my little paw. We adore our small but mighty geezer boy and look forward to many more updates to share with you all.

08/09/2015: Well, since Mamoo hasn’t written any updates on me in a long time, I decided to cuddle up in my Millie Bed in the sun, and dictate to her. Life is good here chez Mamoo and Dadoo. I am now known as Chaucer, which I feel is much more elegant for a gentleman like me. I had a dental and lost that quirky tooth that used to catch my lip, so I look much more sophisticated too. I have developed an extensive vocabulary of meows, howls, and yelps to communicate my demands, and after 4.5 years everyone in the house is very well trained. I am not too fond of the girlkitty here but the meezer boykitty is OK. I share treats with him sometimes. I am really good at batting my pretty blue eyes to get treats often, and I always come to the kitchen when chickie is around. I love bedtime, when I can cuddle with Mamoo, and I call her to bed every night. Dr. Tobin says I constantly surprise him with how well I am doing for a little old guy. He says that he thought I would go to the Rainbow Bridge two years ago when I was so sick, but I really wanted to stay with my family and be loved and adored some more. Dr. Tobin said my family’s love made me well again. Mamoo says I am stronger than I look! Please take a look at my new pictures! I am even more handsome now.

(Last update: Aug 9th, 2015 4pm)

I'm a local celebrity. No, I'm not the Nessy from Loch Ness, and I am not a monster!
My story was featured all over the local media because I welcomed two newborn Chihuahua puppies that were rejected by their own mother, and I raised them with my four kittens. We were one big happy family. When the time came for my babies to head out on their own the puppies had tons of people clamoring to adopt them, but the kittens and I were yesterday's news. The great folks at the shelter felt I deserved a lot better than to be left behind in a cage so they called Siamese Rescue and here I am! I'm petite, social, have excellent habits and I love to play. Surely someone must be looking for a young lady like myself, maybe even you?
Name:   Nessy
ID#: VA10119
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 06/29/14
Adopted: 08/09/14
Congrats: Cynthia
Foster: Carole


Notes from Home
Hi to all. It is hard to believe our beloved Nessy has been with us a year now. She is a delight in every way! She loves to play and is quite the entertainer. Nessy is very affectionate and loves to cuddle. She has so much fun on our patio pretending to be a "big cat" with the lizards on the outside of the screen. Her favorite indoor toy is crumple magazine pages :) She is very healthy and quite beautiful! Thank you again to all who made it possible for her to become a cherished family member and to brighten our days!
(Last update: Aug 9th, 2015 10am)

Name:   Zeus
ID#: VA7039
Location:  Indiana
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
Date In: 06/09/10
Adopted: 07/03/10
Congrats: Michael
Foster: Ellen

Greetings, Humans.

I am Zeus, a stunning seal point wedgie. I am tall, dark and very handsome. I'm a big boy -- very long and lean. I like to talk, especially to make my wishes known.

Here's what my foster mom says about my purrsonality:
Zeus likes to be near his person -- likes to sit on the couch with me while I'm reading or watching TV. He also parks himself in my lap for as long a visit as he can, or drapes himself over any other part of me that's available. Zeus climbs into bed with me when he wants to cuddle. Although he likes to be with people, he's not clingy. He likes to explore and has climbed on just about every elevated surface in my house. Zeus interacts well with other cats. If another cat hisses at him, he doesn't hiss back or get upset, just backs off. His expression seems to say "What's your problem? I just want to be friends." He's outgoing yet laidback. He becomes more friendly and affectionate every day.

If you want a very friendly, outgoing, laidback hunk of a cat who likes to talk, I'm the one for you.
Notes from Home
At his third anniversary with us, Zeus is still quite the outgoing cat! When he is not sleeping (his sleep is very little), he just has to be with someone. He is quite vocal also until he gets your attention, your petting, or your lap. I think I have mentioned before that he is pretty sharp also. He knows how to open interior doors by jumping up and hanging on the handle while his weight pulls the door open.

Right now he is sitting on my lap, humming, just waiting for his rubs, Oops, there was just a head push to let me know I am being inattentive. We both here just love and cherish Zeus. He is quite the guy!

I will try to attach a couple of pics. One will be of Zeus actually relaxing with Bella, his sister. Another has Zeus after crashing and finally taking a time out.

Zeus is doing well, loves his lap time, and head rubs. He is showing his age a bit, becoming more vocal as he ages and demanding more dedicated time. About a year ago he became very sick and we almost lost him. The thought was that he was undergoing kidney failure but subsequent tests have all come up negative. I think it was separation anxiety as my wife and I were traveling. As a result we board him at the vets when we are away. They love his vocalizing. He also gets to ride on the techs' shoulders sometimes. A previous pic shows him with a tech. I have no recent pictures but will take some and then upload.

(Last update: Aug 7th, 2015 4pm)

How about a super friendly???

Do you have a shoulder that I could literally rest my head on?
I love peaceful afternoons, snuggled by my human. I'm very contact oriented. Love to keep a paw on you, your arm, your tummy, your shoulder. Sometimes I have to make some biscuits too.

I'm chirpy and I trill when I see you!

I just want a home where there is not so much feline competition. I've had to live with many cats before and I know how to handle myself. But I really just want peace and quiet and your LOVE!

Please give me a chance to be the One or at least the Few.
I am eager for attention, could it please be my turn?

Mama says there are no doggies here, so let's just say that it's an "unknown" and we want to steer clear of those, unless they are super friendly, like me, and I have lots of high perches. I love to go up high and I LOVE my new window!
Name: Mia Tai

(FKA Delilah)

ID#: VA9991
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
DateIn: 04/27/14
Adopted: 07/27/14
Congrats: Jane
Foster: Mama Rosa


Notes from Home
August 6, 2015

Dear All,

It has been a good year and a fast one with so many changes. We added Mia to our lives and retired so things have been just sunny side up for the Robbins' family. Mia is just a joy and so loved as she well deserves. She is happy, playful and loving. She owns our home but is always a lady. She "mostly" ask for what she wants and always says thankful with head butts and lots of purring.

The vet says she is a healthy girl and obviously well loved.

Attached are a couple of new pics of her latest "high" places. Hope you enjoy!

Blessings to all...

October 23, 2014

Dear All,

The long awaited retirement of Mia Tai's parents is just 29 days away. Yeah! Mia and I have interesting talks about how we will spend our "new" free time with one another. She has specific ideas such as: long afternoon naps in mama's lap and taking car trips which aren't so scary anymore. ha ha

Mia is just one happy, contented sweetheart of a girl. I am so thankful to have her as she brings so much love and laughter into my heart and I to her's.

Happy holidays to all,

The M&M Girls
Mia and Mama

September 3, 2014

Dear All,

Mia is well and has regained her lost of weight during her health scare. She is a happy, playful cat who has adjusted well and is taking personal responsibility to train her humans just like she wants them. ha ha I finally got a few good pictures of Mia and as they say a picture is worth a thousand words. I uploaded them to her website so I hope you can take a peak. Please know she is much loved and brings so much happiness to our home.

Hope all is going well with you and your individual pets. Blessings, Mia and Jane

August 22, 2014

Dear All,

Mia and I had a bad health scare. Last Friday, August 15, Mia met her new vet, aced the check up and charmed everyone she met. Since I found flees on her the vet gave her a Frontline Tritak treatment on the back of her neck. Saturday, she was not herself, Sunday she was really not herself but I had no clue what was going on, Monday she was at the vet when they opened. They did a full blood panel and but thank God all was good. She was throwing up, not eating or drinking, sleeping all the time and not responding to me at all. We came to the decision she must have somehow while grooming herself gotten the Frontline chemicals on her paws and ingested some it and it was poisoning her. OMG! They kept her for the day and put her on fluids and nausea meds. She seemed better but Tuesday was a repeat so back to the vet for the day. They took x-rays to make sure nothing else was going on (all good) more fluids, nausea meds, force fed her 16 cc of her LTD wet food and they gave her an appetite stimulate. They said she had enough food and water in her system to hold her for two days to just leave her alone and let her rest. They wanted me to call every day to give a report. Wednesday evening she seemed to feel a little better and Thursday I believe Mia turned the corner toward health. She ate some of her dry LTD kibble during the day and had two servings of her wet LTD food, drank water and gifted me with a BM and Urine bundle. She is purring and can't seem to get close enough to me which works just great as this scared the sauce out of me.

As much help as Dr. Mac and her team were so was Mama Rosa. I stayed in touch with her every day and she provided useful tips that were responsible for Mia taking her first dry food and wet food. She provided me with insight and hope that Mia wanted to get well and that I was doing the right things. Thanks again Mama Rosa for being there for Mia and I.

Blessings to all,
The M&M Girls

Dear All,

I could write a book, well a short story on the adventures of Mia and mama (the M&M girls) over the last two weeks. Mia is the most beautiful girl in the world and simply adored by her new parents. We laughed last night over how diplomatic Mia has become. When we watch television together, my husband sits in his chair and I on the couch with an end table between us. Mia will visit my husband, pushing her little face into his for attention, stay a couple of minutes and then walk across the table to spend time with mama then repeat this for about 10 minutes or so before she finally ends up next to me on the couch. When we have dinner, she keeps us company by lying on one of the kitchen chairs.

I have gone through an assortment of toys and scratching post until some winners have met with Mia’s approval. Training is on-going as Mia is working hard to teach mama the meaning of her calls, body language and such things. Mia has been quick to learn the best spots to catch the sun and when to ask to visit the screened in back porch so she can watch the bird’s bathing in the fountain under her nose. The hummers now come right up to the screen to watch Mia so there is a lot of mutual admiration going on.

I am thrilled to say; Mia sleeps with me every night and has worked her way from the end of the bed up to my face and sometimes on my pillow. We end and start everyday with shared affection and soft girl talk. We may not understand all the words but we both understand the love being shared.

Mia has allowed me to trim her front nails, clean her ears a couple of times and has allowed me to comb her “a little”. She will get to meet her new vet, Dr. Ann MacCormac this Thursday, August 14th. Dr. Ann specializes in cats and worked in a feline only practice in Baltimore for many years so we hope she will be, excuse us, the cat’s meow…

All humor aside, please know that Mia is a much loved child to my husband and me. She is being loved and cared for to the best of our abilities and we each seem to be winners in the loving family we are becoming. We will not forget the loving role each of you played in helping us find one another.

The M&M Girls…

(Last update: Aug 6th, 2015 9pm)

Name:   Layla
ID#: VA7880
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Himalayan
Date In: 07/19/11
Adopted: 08/06/11
Congrats: Kelly
Foster: Siri

Part Himmy and part Siamese, that makes me extra special. I have the most gorgeous foofiness about me and a purrsonality to match. It's even possible I am the mother of the three youngsters here with me - Dimitri, Pookie and ChaCha. I am a quieter well behaved gal who loves to be groomed, loves to snuggle in your arms, and is soaking up all the attention I didn't get in my first home, where I was just ignored. You may have to encourage me just a little bit at first, but I think I could get used to this people snuggling thing really fast! And I really like other cats too and would like someone to snuggle with please! (Dog inexperienced, might be okay)
Notes from Home
Layla is doing very well and she loves her forever home with me. I am so glad that I adopted both Layla and Pippa (formerly known as ChaCha). They are such good girls!
(Last update: Aug 6th, 2015 2pm)

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