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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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EMMY
Well, here I am with my daughter Minnie. We are a couple of stray girls just hanging out in this new place called a house with cushy things to sleep on and where it's nice and warm all the time. We get food every day. And we have lots of toys to play with. Oh, and we have each other. We're not so sure about humans, but they are useful for the occasional head scritch, and most of all - filling the food bowls. Ask about us if you have room in your heart for two beautiful, very shy girls who would grace your home with our presence.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Emmy

(FKA EmmyLou)

ID#: VA11643
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 08/14/16
Adopted: 02/04/17
Congrats: Nancy
Foster: Rinn


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
The girls are doing as well as we suspected they would. Still night owls except at feeding time, then I see both of them and they even come down the stairs toward me looking for their food.
(Last update: Mar 4th, 2017 7am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Lady Pink

(FKA PINKY)

ID#: VA11758
Location:  Indiana
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 10/16/16
Adopted: 02/25/17
Congrats: Erin
Foster: Deirdre


LADY PINK
She's BACK! Pinky is healing well and will be available starting Feb 16.

Stunning, classic seal point female kitten with a delightful purrsonality. Pinky is playful, affectionate and loves to interact with her purrson. She is fine with other cats but also would do well as an only if someone was home most of the time and she could get the attention and love that she craves.

Moderately vocal, highly intelligent and beautifully pointed, this beautiful little Meezerette will cheerfully play with her toys and patrol her home during the day and then snuggle in next to you in bed for a good night's sleep.

Excellent litter box and scratching post habits.


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Notes from Home
Well hello again! I wanted to give an update on the amazing siamese cats I've since adopted..Kiki(kilala) is such a sweet and handsome fellow..he adapted to my family as if he'd been here the whole time. Lady Pink (Pinky) took a little longer but she has since come out of her shell and is the most curious and playful kitten I've ever had. She's had a rough start but now she has a loving home and is recovering well from her surgery. Kiki was a little angry at first but they have since become family. I also would like to say that this group of people who run this organization are the most wonderful, giving, and thoughtful people. I am so grateful to have found my new family members from these dedicated individuals! Thank you! ! Thank you for all that you do, and thank you for my beautiful new felines!
(Last update: Mar 2nd, 2017 5pm)

KIRA
I've been here a week and not one person has asked about me. Why is that? Because I am a tortie and everyone has heard about tortitude? I don't have any, really!! In fact foster mom thinks I am kind of dog like, because I like to sniff everything! I seem to have a thing for smells! Foster mom thinks I am kind of nosy! So ask about me!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Kira

(FKA Viola)

ID#: VA10809
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
DateIn: 06/06/15
Adopted: 08/07/15
Congrats: Lura
Foster: Nancy


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
Kira continues to be an absolute darling. Every time I go to bed, she joins me to sleep on my chest. ( And knead my throat/chest -- ouch!) She adores the laser pointer toy, and loooong cuddles/naps in bright light.
(Last update: Mar 1st, 2017 6pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Clarence

(FKA Jaxson)

ID#: VA11432
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 04/26/16
Adopted: 05/19/16
Congrats: Clarence
Foster: Jane


CLARENCE
Just arrived. More information soon.

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Notes from Home
My forever dad has his balcony screened in now. I love spending my days out relaxing. When it gets dark ,I come in to protect my master.
(Last update: Feb 27th, 2017 5pm)

KIRITSA (KIR-EET-SUH)
UPDATE - I haven't had any mouth problems in over 2 months!!! I think I am finally settling in, and I am doing great. My foster mom put this thing in my room called a Feliway Diffuser, and I think it has helped calm me, because I am feeling a lot more at ease here. That gives me the confidence I need to travel to my forever home, and boy am I ready for that. I may need a little time to feel secure, but once I figure out that you are going to love me FUREVER, I will do just fine. Don't get me wrong, I have always been sweet in my foster home, and have shared lots of love and purrs since arrival, but inside I think I was just so sad from losing my previous family. But, BEWARE, I am a total LAP KITTY! And, PLEASE don't pass over me just because I don't have points like a Siamese. I am the sweetest, most gentle kitty you will ever meet. I am here with my furbrother (a chocolate point Siamese), Hagi, also on the site (can't you tell how much I love him in our picture together). I am very sweet and laid back, and I love to purr, knead, and lay on your chest. I have great litterbox habits, too. I love to be held, and you can carry me around wherever you like. My coat is very soft, my eyes are oh so green. Please give us a chance ... you won't regret it. Hagi and I come together as a pair.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Kiritsa (Kir-eet-suh)
ID#: VA4248
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 23 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Domesticshorthair
DateIn: 06/17/06
Adopted: 02/24/07
Congrats: Barabara
Foster: Deborah


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Notes from Home
2/27/17: Sadly, I had to put Kiritsa down last April. She was urinating outside of her litter box, and was not grooming herself. Her veterinarian Jane Latta was as gentle as anyone could be. I now have Kiritsa's ashes next to her beloved companion Hagi's ashes on a shelf in my living room.

2/24/16: Kiritsa is still doing quite well, for a 16 year old short hair kitty. She eats well, and the "plumbing" is working fine, except for occasional accidents. Yet she has become quite bony, and more fragile, and often cries out, for no apparent reason, except that she is by herself. When I go to check on her, the crying stops, and she starts purring as soon as I pick her up. What is most fortunate is that she and Darwin, her "new" companion of 2 years, have bonded nicely. He is only 4, and much more energetic, so he often overwhelms her with his enthusiasm for play etc. Yet she still seeks him out and asks for him to groom her, which is does.

2/26/14: Kiritsa lost her lifelong companion, Hagi, last summer. She missed him so much! But she also became much closer to me, and even more affectionate. Occasionally her mouth still becomes inflamed and she needs an injection of Depo, but not as often as before. She still has a good appetite. Last month I adopted another kitty, Darwin - a very sweet 2 year old black striped tabby. Kiritsa did not take to him right away, but is gradually beginning to accept him. Today, they were able to sleep on my lap at the same time, until I needed to get up. Then she decided to hiss at him. Oh well, Darwin takes it all in stride. He knows how to tip-toe around her. I think (hope) they will eventually become friends.

3/12/12: Last June, Kiritsa had all her teeth pulled. Her mouth inflammation was not clearing up, and this was a last resort. She has recovered from the surgery and now is eating pâté instead if kibble, and is doing well - pretty much back to her old self. She still loves to go for walks outside, with her harness and leash. And she and Hagi are still bosom buddies. I am very grateful that she is as sweet as ever.

2/25/11: Kiritsa is still my sweet and cuddly one.
Unlike her housemate Hagi, she only plays occasionally, preferring to sit
and watch. But she is the most curious of my two cats, always snooping into
closets and tight places. Occasionally I have unwittingly closed a closet
door on her, not knowing she had walked in. Once she was in the bathroom
closet for several hours. I had been away from the house for much of the
day, and when she did not come to greet me at the door as usual, I became
concerned. So I searched the house, and finally heard her high pitched meow
from the bathroom closet. I opened the door and she charged out. However,
even that experience has not kept her away from closets.
Kiritsa still has chronic mouth inflammation. This winter, the vet
removed two of her right molars - one upper and one lower - in hopes that it
would help. She gets regular antibiotic shots, as the Vet does not want to
give her the Depo shots unless the inflammation gets really bad. She also
has some food sensitivities, and occasionally a meal she has eaten will come
back up.
But she is still assertive, and when she wants something, she lets me
know with her endearing high pitched meow. She is so affectionate with
Hagi, who is thrilled by this attention. When they've had enough of each
other, she certainly holds her own with him during their daily scuffles -
and usually gets the upper hand when Hagi is being too cozy. But they do
love each other, and snuggle up together almost every night for several
hours.
They are such a wonderful addition to my home.

2/25/15
I can't believe that Kiritsa is now 15 years old. And that it has been so long since my last update. Much has happened. A couple of years ago, she had surgery to have all her teeth removed, to help stop the inflammation of her mouth. She still has needed occasional Depo shots, but in the past year the inflammation has subsided. She still eats well, although she has become a very sloppy eater of her wet food. She still can eat kibble and loves her treats. And she still loves sitting in my lap and on my bed.
Her beloved life-long cat friend Hagi died almost 2 years ago, and she missed him terribly. She would call for him, especially at night. Several months later, I braved adopting a new cat - a black tabby named Darwin. At first, Kiritsa was furious, and hissed all the time. But Darwin was very patient, and persistent. After about 4 months, she accepted him, and now they are good friends. She goes to him for a cuddle, and to have her face licked. Often they snuggle up together. They love sitting together on the window sill in the sun. However, Darwin loves to eat, including eating her food. So I need to keep them separated by a gate for part of the day and all night, so Kiritsa can graze her food in leisure.
We are all doing fine, and during these cold wintry months we love watching the birds and squirrels go after the seed I throw out on the patio.

(Last update: Feb 27th, 2017 3pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Auggie
ID#: VA11614
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 07/30/16
Adopted: 08/27/16
Congrats: Kate
Foster: Nancy


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
AUGGIE
Hi! I'm Auggie!

I'm one of the friendliest, most loving, loudest purring kittens you will ever find.
I marched right out of my transport carrier and charmed everyone in two seconds flat!

I didn't care much for my bath, but thankfully I won't have to do that again. Got my nails
clipped and that was ok. Well, sorta......

Now I'm clean and can start looking for my furrever home!

Yours????

Auggie

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Notes from Home
2.27.2017

Dear Friends of Auggie
On this 6 month adoption anniversary I am happy to report that Auggie is a handsome loving and neck wrapping cat, nearing 10 months old. He and foster mate Pearl absolutely adore each other and continue to play together rip-running all over the house and rolling about. He is loving and hungry, always hungry, this growing boy.
I am uploading a couple new images showing off his darkening Carmel touches.
Thanks to all and Siamese Rescue.
We could not be happier having Auggie and Pearl.
Thanks
Kate and Pat

(Last update: Feb 27th, 2017 3pm)

PENNY
Cutie Patootie!!

Social, cuddly and playful. I have a little kitty cold, but will soon be Aok.

Must have a kitten/cat buddy to go home with/to and I must stay within my transport area..

Purrs,

Penny
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Penny
ID#: VA11588
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 07/16/16
Adopted: 08/27/16
Congrats: Kate
Foster: Nancy



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Notes from Home
February 27.2017

On this 6 month adoption anniversary for Pearl. (previously named Penny) we are happy to report that she and her foster mate Auggie are healthy, happy and ever so loving. We believe they are totally comfortable in their home and especially on the kitchen counter, and it shows through their playfulness and affection for us an one another.
I am uploading a couple recent photos. Pearl has really darkened in tone to a gorgeous ash blue gray.
Thanks to all and Siamese Rescue for checking in.
Kate and Pat

(Last update: Feb 27th, 2017 3pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Jerry
ID#: VA11309
Location:  Connecticut
Sex: male
Current Age: 16 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 01/20/16
Adopted: 02/02/16
Congrats: Beverly
Foster: peter


JERRY
Ben and Jerry are a bonded pair of what appears to be mature littermates. They are very uncomfortable when they are out of each others sight.
They are very good cats with perfect manners and need someone who will help make up for the loss of faith they suffered when they were dropped at a Vets to be euthanized 14 days before Christmas. The vet seeing that they were in good health and well behaved arranged for them to be rescued through the Swansea Mass ACO.

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Notes from Home
So, if you look at Jerry's brother (?), Ben's update, you will know about Jerry, as well. We have become good pals in these 6 months -- and I am amazed to think that they could have been surrendered for euthanasia. They do sleep and lounge a lot (a cat's job, after all), but love to play with their feather toys -- and they have a fuzzy ball that they love, as well as several other (missing) balls batted under the furniture, apparently! Jerry is a bit larger than his brother, Ben, but actually takes a bit of a backseat to his brother. He will take advantage of wrangling a spot next to me when his brother is eating, though -- they do vie for the closest spot. He rarely talks and usually it is close to feeding time. It is interesting: they "call" to each other when one or the other is out of the room -- they are seldom more than a couple of feet apart. They also "call" to me on occasion, when I am on the computer or away from them. So happy I have the 2 of them for companions. I give them dried fish flakes to show them I care (and the occasional chicken nuggets, which they love!).

Well, here is an anniversary update: Jerry and his brother had their annual exams in December and lab work was great -- the vet commented on their great coats. He and his brother, Ben, are still together nearly all the time -- but when Ben had to have a tooth extraction, Jerry hissed at him for 3 days, much to Ben's dismay. When Ben "lost" the vet/anesthesia smells, they went back to being the true Siamese twins that they are, playing, sleeping and grooming together. Jerry is much more vocal now -- and greets me first thing in the morning for pets and 1-1 bonding. He also "complains" if I have been away and on the computer too long. They still vie for a close spot next to me (which I love) -- but it's amazing how hard it is to get out of bed with 2 little 8-/10-pound cats pinning you down! (yes, Jerry now weighs 10 pounds -- the vet is not worried -- yet)

(Last update: Feb 23rd, 2017 11am)

BEN
Ben and Jerry are a bonded pair of what appears to be mature littermates. They are very uncomfortable when they are out of each others sight.
They are very good cats with perfect manners and need someone who will help make up for the loss of faith they suffered when they were dropped at a Vets to be euthanized 14 days before Christmas. The vet seeing that they were in good health and well behaved arranged for them to be rescued through the Swansea Mass ACO.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Ben
ID#: VA11308
Location:  Connecticut
Sex: male
Current Age: 16 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 01/20/16
Adopted: 02/02/16
Congrats: Beverly
Foster: peter



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Notes from Home
I have been marveling lately about the fact that, 6 months ago, this kitty and his sibling(?) Jerry, were taken in to be euthanized. Ben is a lovebug -- loves to lay right next to me. And he talks a bit, too! Almost sounds like he is complaining (lol), but I love our "talks". He and Jerry love playing with a feather toy; and, he "cheats" with their automated toy with the "tent" -- he lays on the thing to prevent it from moving in order to capture the feather. He instigates little boxing matches with Jerry, even though he is slightly smaller than his brother. They continue to be nearly inseparable. I must say that the 2 of them are still jumpy: a sneeze or a bolt of thunder and they are up and off like rockets. Love having these 2 companions -- they are my "kitty boyz"!

Well, it's February 2017 and here's an update on Ben: on the actual anniversary, Ben had his teeth cleaned and unfortunately, had to have a tooth extracted. But he did fine and recovered quickly -- the vet said he has a beautiful coat and all his annual tests came out great. He is still a lovebug and jumpy at a sneeze and he and his brother are shy about eating: I have to leave the room! But he is thriving and we are totally bonded. I love my little kitty guys.

(Last update: Feb 23rd, 2017 11am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Oliver

(FKA Bear)

ID#: VA10160
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
Date In: 07/19/14
Adopted: 08/17/14
Deceased: 02/01/17
Congrats: Michele
Foster: Donna


OLIVER
Back in the program after a brief adoption. Now we know that I need a 'homebody' - I love attention and want to be your best buddy and don't like it if you leave much.

We'll get the lay of the land here again at Foster Mom's house to see how we do with the other kitties. I had a best buddy at my former home who was a big cat-loving doggie! So if you have one of those, we're golden!

For now, you can check out VA9898 - that was my earlier number. Got a video there you can check out until we get everything uploaded.

I am one sweet kitty and just need somebody to love!


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Notes from Home
Oliver is the kitty formerly known as Bear. We are so pleased and in love with him. Our pup Laila only wants him to love her. He is taking his time and making her work for it.

As far as the litter box issues, Oliver does sometimes go next to his box. We bought him an additional box so he can always go where it is clean enough for him. We are thrilled with our new addition.

Oliver just gets sweeter and more loving every day. He is such a joy!

It is with deep sorrow that we share that we lost Oliver. He was very ill and went quietly a couple of weeks ago. He brought us so much joy and he is missed tremendously. We were so grateful for the time we had with that little man.

(Last update: Feb 22nd, 2017 10pm)

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