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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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CINNAMON
I've graduated from pretty terrified to starting to be comfortable. Someone just has to give me time. I get along with all cats as long as they aren't bullies to me, actually I kind of like cats and would love it if someone liked me. I do have weepy eyes which come and go when I'm stressed.

If you're here because you want to help the undercat, and you would like a small project that will pay back in purrs and headbutts with a little patience, do a good deed and choose me.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Cinnamon
ID#: VA10403
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 10/18/14
Adopted: 03/28/15
Congrats: Ellen
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
Cinnamon is a real sweetheart and quite an athlete, too. She loves playing with the bouncing ball that Siri gave her and the scratching post. I'm glad she gets a lot of exercise because she loves to eat. She likes to look out the windows--especially in the front where she can watch people walking on the sidewalk. She's getting used to the city environment and its noises. Terry and I think that she is happy here. Cinnamon is still shy, hiding under the bed when anyone comes to visit. We're glad that we adopted her--she is very loving and lots of fun.
(Last update: Apr 28th, 2015 9pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Chester

(FKA Chestnut)

ID#: VA10652
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 03/04/15
Adopted: 03/28/15
Congrats: Deborah
Foster: Siri


CHESTER
OOOOOH amazingly loving boy!!!!
Notes from Home
Chestnut (now Chester) came to us yesterday 3/28/15 after a 10 hour journey along the Meezer Express. Upon his arrival in Connecticut we let him have free run of the bedroom. We later moved our two girls into another bedroom to will keep Chester separate from them. He had some water and dry food. He played with some toys and he purred purred and purred. He has made himself at home here very quickly. He even slept with me last night. He is an absolute love of a kitty. He always wants to be where you are and comes when you whistle. He is extremely alert and playful. I couldn't have dreamed up a better kittie than Chester. Thank you all for putting us together.

Chester is the purrfect kitty for me. He follows me to the now window in the front of my house and watches me to my car. He almost seems to be in the same place when I come home at night. My two girls and he get along great. They play and run together all over the house. Chester likes to sleep with me and we are getting used to him occasionally attacking feet while my husband and I are sleeping. I'm attributing this to his teenage mischievousness. He is a love, love, love kitty with kisses and hugs. He's the best. I can't believe it's been a month already
He's the super cat.

(Last update: Apr 28th, 2015 5pm)

ELLA
I was found outside all by myself in the cold. So I have a bit of a kitty cold right now. My nose is running and my eyes are a little red but I am taking medicine that is helping me get better. I'm a little overwhelmed right now but I love when foster mom gives me pets, especially on my face:) I really like it when I see the other cats here. I think I might like a nice gentle boy cat to play with in my forever home! Or I could be your one and only too!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Ella
ID#: VA10675
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
DateIn: 03/21/15
Adopted: 04/12/15
Congrats: Chelsea
Foster: Christine


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

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Notes from Home
Ella is happily settled in her new home! She is very playful and energetic - there's rarely a time when she's not chasing after a toy of some kind! Ella is a wonderful lap-sitting companion, too, who really loves being pet on the face and brushed all over. Her eating and bathroom habits are excellent! I couldn't have asked for a better cat to join my little family.
(Last update: Apr 26th, 2015 10am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Mango the Second

(FKA Garrell)

ID#: VA9934
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 03/28/14
Adopted: 04/20/14
Congrats: Thomas
Foster: Debra


MANGO THE SECOND
I am such a sweet boy. I love to purr, love to rub on you, love to wind between your legs, and roll over.

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Notes from Home
Mango has been nothing short of stellar so far with a few imperfect moments mixed in. He is your typical flame point, low key personality, but he is also omnipresent. If he is sleeping in the living room on a cat tree and I come in the room to watch some tv, he will jump down and plop himself right on my lap (he believes it is part of his domain, he is never even hesitant to sit on my lap or any other part of me). Currently while typing this update he is poking and prodding at my hands as I type. He gets along well with the other cats, very well with the other kitten, they play together quite often. He is a monster when it comes to eating, even when I am trying to eat, he is still learning his barriers and worked very hard to get some of my Kentucky fried chicken the other day, he was relentless. He comes running to the door when I come home from work, running to the bedroom when I get up in the morning; he is a very loving and happy cat. He was a champ at his vet visit last month, a place I have been a regular at since moving to town. They run a very personal style business, every employee knows me by name and even some of my cats names by sight. He was such a hit at the vet (I dropped him off, I really trust them) that he went to their weekly employee meeting, my vet, Dr Matt, just walked in and set him on the table, he hung out and socialized with them the whole time. One of his very cute, but slightly annoying habits is that when he is bored in the early morning hours he will come to my bedroom and either purr in my face until I pay him attention or if he is feeling more playful he will paw and pull at the sheets until they are off of me. He has definitely lived up to what I wanted and what I expected and then some, He has been a lot of fun and brought me nothing but happiness since arriving, I am very pleased with him, I am looking foreword to getting another Siamese in a few months!

ok. new update. Mango is still better than sliced bread. I really only have one complaint. he learned how to open the bathroom door. there is no peace for me there, he just likes to prove to me he can open it...I will be in the middle of a shower and he will pop the door open and let the other cats in then leave. he has gotten better about hanging out with dad. the local vet had a woman that does rescue find a chocolate point male kitten. he told the woman he knew exactly who would take it. I spent about 3 hours with her teaching her everything I knew about trap, neuter and release, how to tame kittens and anything else I could. this was 2-3 months ago. I remember telling you guys about how nervous I was about another male cat. I had an agreement with the woman that I would try the kitten out but if it didn't get along with mango, he couldn't stay. they are the best of friends. Charlie and mango as well as saffron take turns hanging out with dad when I am not home. I have to confess that mango has covered my need for a cat that follows my routine, as a matter of fact he has more than mastered it...it is probably when he is most interactive. I do spoil the cats with some wet food (the older ones are really short on teeth) mango does not seem to be very interested, for the most part he sticks to the blue (thank you for the tip on that) although every morning when I make my lunch for work the cats gather for their tax in my lunchmaking. I usually dole out a couple little pieces of ham ( the first day I got mango the only way he would shut up is I gave him some ham from my sandwich on the ride home) or chicken or turkey (mango doesn't like roast beef). at the very same time that I took in Charlie (who all the cats love) I was feeding four ferals in my back yard a 5th cat turned up...after a few days I realized she wasn't feral, as a matter of fact one of the ferals pinned her to my back window when she was eating, I opened the window to solve the issue, she all but jumped in...after a few days of feeding her, she started waiting on the back door and meowing....I think we all know what a softie I am already... so now we have cleo...a domestic short hair a brindle colored tabby about 1 year old, clearly had one little of kittens but was fixed. the idea with mango, Charlie and kind of cleo was that the older cats were in poor health...boy was I wrong, they all are doing fine...pepper, no teeth, on her 4th year of intestinal cancer still eats like a champ, hearing is starting to go, she meows really loudly now...twinkie, now that I realized she isn't really grooming herself, I brush her regularly and trim her nails that keep getting too long, I guess her arthritis makes it too painful for her to work them on the scratching pads, she sometimes misses the litterbox or doesn't want to step into it, but I know its not spiteful. clover, the vet seems to think he misdiagnosed her thyroid problem, her and twinkie had a scare two months ago, neither would eat, both got real weak, some antibiotics and a few days of force feeding (man was that fun) and both were fine. saffron keeps plugging along the crabby old cat. I thought by now this year with all of their ills that I might be short a few, I guess not...I will be looking for another Siamese at sometime, but not until most or all of the older cats have passed...I cant resist, mango has to be one of the best cats I have ever had,,,the only other cat I got from your group along time ago, Desdemona was also phenominal. mango is truly my best friend in the house, a positive influence with all the cats, never spiteful, never the cause of anything bad other than a little playful mischief, and omnipresent whenever I am on the couch or near the floor...oh, one more complaint...he wont eat out of the bowl, he takes the food out with his paws, by itself no big deal, but he only eats about half of what he gets out of the bowl,,,,some of which he bats around the tile floor. I do love the cat dearly, thank you for him
new update 4/25
I am not sure how much more I can say about mango. he is a classic of his breed, super easy going, very accepting, happy, easy to get along with. He is usually Omni-present. He tends to lead by example. since my last update I have lost two, I have added two. I had been feeding some wild cats in my yard, one always came back, the others would turn up once in awhile. then another cat kept showing up at feeding time, the wild cat would always be aggressive to her. he pinned her to my window one day the weather was bad. I could tell unlike him she wasn't feral. I had to get her away from him before he hurt her, I let her in, then put her back out the door. she spent the next week camping at my door, meowing for me to let her in. my first weekend off, I took her to the vet, got her up to date, isolated her for a few weeks. At virtually the same time my vet contacted me to let me know one of his clients had a Siamese kitten. I had a arrangement with the parent to take the cat for a few weeks to see if he fit in. it was 90 percent win 10 percent loss. Lucky was the one most interested in the cat that came from outside, her name is Cleo. Initially Cleo was docile and wouldn't leave my sight. she spent weeks in my bedroom. she got along with mango swimmingly, she liked the other cats, but picked on Lucky...lucky is very small, Cleo isn't. Charlie is the other new cat, he came from a litter of kittens feral born, the woman I got him from got an education from me in trap, neuter and release...she had been feeding a group and didn't know what to do with a houseful of kittens. I gave her a few hundred dollars and my best instructions...I cant do that anymore. but back to Charlie. he and mango are the best of friends, he hangs out with mango all the time, he and mango take turns playing with cleo then playing with lucky. Charlie is very affectionate with all of the other cats, especially after I give him attention, or at dinner time. the two cats that I lost are pepper and clover. they were both very old, frail. how they passed is unimportant, I do miss them. I digressed from mango, but I wanted to demonstrate how ingrained he is with all of the cats, how wonderfully adjusted he is. I will look to get one more from you once the other two 18 year olds pass. mango is still omnipresent, if I am watching tv he is on the couch next to me, if I am on the computer, he is laying on the desk within armsreach. if I go to the restroom, he has figured out how to open the bathroom door, other cats usually follow him in, especially when it is time to eat. he knows all my rituals, follows we thru them, rarely is he any trouble at all. if I don't pay him enough attention he comes to let me know...while his breed is rare to meow, if I ignore him he will meow to get my attention. all in all he is pretty dam close to perfect, like most Siamese, challenge them, pay them attention or their intellect with be pushed in the wrong direction...never him, he is always very well behaved although I do find his need to pull his food out of the bowl and bat it around the floor as very annoying... he does not eat all of the kernels he takes out of the bowl. he has his ways, his habits, his rituals. feel free to ask me anything you want.

(Last update: Apr 25th, 2015 2pm)

SOCRATES
If you love the Meezer voice, and the Meezer interaction, then I'm the real thing. I love my people more than anything, and while I can tolerate another cat, please let them know that when I say it's lap time, talk time, snuggle time, playtime, my word is final. And I'm excellent at typing if you need help on the computer!!!!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Socrates
ID#: VA10127
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
DateIn: 07/05/14
Adopted: 08/15/14
Deceased: 04/26/15
Congrats: Janel
Foster: Siri


This cat will not tolerate being with a male cat. Usually this is a male cat.Not with Male Cats

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Notes from Home
Socrates had a long day bringing him home. He was with us 5 hours and talked the entire way! He had one litter box mishap but that was the first day home and no problems since. He went to the vet on day 2 and was treated for a upper respiratory infection. He is doing quite well now. I would highly recommend anyone adopting an older cat. We would love to know his history but it is obvious he has been very loved prior to us. He is so loving and gentle and lays on my lap as I write this email. He loves his foam cube and is hilarious when he gets a spurt of energy running crazy through the house! We just love him to death.
One month anniversary. During his vet check up, his blood work showed his kidney's losing their efficiency. We placed water throughout the house and he drinks often. His appetite is very good. He has lots of toys and a hammock but his favorite spot is a sun beam by the back door. He likes to wake us up at 3am to feed him. He is a very loving, talkative cat.

Socrates is settling well. He had a lot of dental work and respiratory infections but has made it. He is a very loving cat and spends most days on his heating pad in front of the fireplace. We are so happy to have him.

April 14, 2015
Socrates stopped eating over the weekend. We tried everything possible to tempt him but he just refused. He started going from one water bowl to another. He started to get lethargic and threw up. The vet examined him, Heart and lungs good. Even his kidney function was the same from a few months ago. He did have elevated bilirubin and liver enzymes. Hopefully it's just an infection. He is now on sub Q fluids, prednisone and liquid antibiotic. He is now eating and not lethargic but still not 100%. He is one tough kitty!
4/23/2015
Went to the vet last night to assess how the interventions have been
Not good news. He has lost 2 lbs now which looks horrible on him. His pancreas and liver enzymes have tripled towards the negative. He has cancer or a biliary blockage. We sure hate to lose him so soon. 8 months ago we brought him home. He has brought so much happiness to our lives and his fighting spirit is simply amazing. Not a mean bone in his body. He is getting ready for the next life as much as we want him to stay with us.

(Last update: Apr 23rd, 2015 9pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Huckleberry

(FKA Rustle)

ID#: VA10338
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 09/20/14
Adopted: 10/19/14
Congrats: Susan
Foster: Julie


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
HUCKLEBERRY
Wow! Into the shelter, whisked right out. I can bath myself just fine, thank you. Yes, please hold me so I can relax. I think I will hide, but thank goodness you keep coming in to snuggle with me. I am not so shy as just a very gentle soul.

PS. I either have one of the biggest kinks you will ever see on a Siamese cat or my tail got broken and healed all wrong. I am not telling yet, but it makes me very unique. I should be ready to go home by October 11.
Notes from Home
Huckleberry is doing very well. He has become such a brave boy. He has actually taken over the whole house and all of the toys. He sure loves to play and no longer takes second in the playing line, he will come running from any room when he hears playing going on and get right in there. He is a bit of a toy hoarder too. He likes his things in certain places and when we move them he will take them right back. It's funny to see him running around with the wand toys in his mouth, the sticks banging on walls and doorways but nothing will stop him. He has also learned to growl. The first time it happened he was walking around with a mouse and a growl came out and he just sort of stopped and looked around like "who did that?" LOL Now he likes to walk around with a wand or mouse growling. He looks so proud of himself when he does it. I think he is finding his inner roar! Not sure how effective it will be as I don't think he has an aggressive bone in his body but he sure thinks he's cool.
He gets along very well with Coco and is doing a good job teaching her how to play. They love chasing each other around and wrestling. The will also groom each other although that sometimes turns into wrestling too. Lol. They have become fast friends and like to team up too, especially at feeding time (or when they decide it's feeding time)!
He still has a tiny voice that is more of a chirp than a meow and it couldn't be cuter! All in all we are so happy and just love him. He is such a great little amazing guy!

April 2015
Wow six months, we can't believe it. Huckleberry has done such a good job grown up into a big boy. Actually it all seemed to happen within the month of February. At the beggining of the month he was a little kitty and by the end he had become such a big boy, seemed like he'd grown to twice the size! However, he's still the same clumsy litlle mush that he always was. Yes, he's quite clumsy as he's always falling off of the bed or sofa when he's playing because he's just too busy to pay attention during summersaults and air flips. His coat is still sooooo soft and he still squeaks instead of meows but its louder now :)
He absoulutely loved the Christmas tree and was up at the top before we even got it level in the stand. Then he helped Mike put the lights on. I think next year we might need a bigger tree now that he's grown! Yikes! The little stinker had a blast though, climbing up in that tree and "re-arranging" my ornaments. He was so sad to see it go. I think he really misses all the outdoor fun. He could sit in an open window all day. He watches the sun come up every day, then after breakfast the window must be opened. He's very excited now that the weather is cooperating more, but even in our northeast five below winter If I could crack the window just a sliver he'd stuff his nose right in that crack and just sit there sniffin LOL. (Although if a dog walks by he goes and hides in the closet for a few minutes) He is still a little energizer bunny when it comes to playing too, and his favorite place to play is on the bed jumping in all the pillows and diving under the covers to get his toys or a wand. The wands are still his favorites, oh and the little pom pom's. He is still a big mush and will take all the petting and belly rubs we're willing to dish out, he just loooooves it, he never misses an opportunity. He would take all the attention if he could, as when Coco is getting attention, he runs right over shows his belly as if to tempt us and waits patiently for his turn.
He and Coco are just best friends. He has really taught her how to play and wrestle and they run around chasing each other so fast sometimes it sounds like elephants instead of cats! They also snuggle so much and love to take naps together. Coco obliges to all of Huck's demands to be licked. He loves for her to lick him. He will go up to her, lay down under her, and pull her face right into his, and she licks away. He goes into such a trance that sometimes she licks him right off the bed! They both end up looking really confused and it's pretty funny.
We still can't believe how lucky we are to have him, and he seems to really feel at home now


(Last update: Apr 23rd, 2015 8pm)

PRINCHESKA
Confident and self assured, fine with other cats, I'm a rare female flame ready to go. Easy going nature and excellent food and litterbox habits make for an easy integration and interaction with your household. When I first got here I had some 'sensitive red head issues' (I think it was that bath Aunt Siri subjected me to), but now I'm over that and ready to be your tried and true, friendly and loving, easy going friend to pal around with!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Princheska
ID#: VA3197
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 15 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 02/19/05
Adopted: 04/23/05
Congrats: Kim
Foster: Siri


This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats

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Notes from Home
Hi Siamese Rescue friends, Tevy Princheska here. I just wanted to update you since I can't believe it has been 10 years, wow! I have been living the good life here with my family and they take good care of me. I go yearly for my checkup and have been healthy other than I do have allergies and sometimes have to get meds for that. My human brother and sister adore me and sometimes fight over me, can you believe that?! Depending on my mood, I sleep with Mom or I sleep with my human brother at night and have him well trained to let me in or out at my choosing of course, unless he leaves the door open. I have to admit I can be a diva but I am also the mother to the others if they need me. Mom fostered for 8 years with a rescue and it was my job to welcome all the newbies into our home. I think I did a good job if I don't mind saying so myself. Life has been real good for me so thank you Siamese rescue friends for giving me that chance and helping me find my family.

Love, Tevy

(Last update: Apr 23rd, 2015 1pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: CoCo LaRue

(FKA Nuccio)

ID#: VA10354
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 09/27/14
Adopted: 10/11/14
Congrats: Susan
Foster: Siri


COCO LARUE
A little shy at first, I'm ever hopeful I'll be the one you ask to the Fall Dance! I'm watching hopefully from the sidelines, so if you're a gentle soul (human or furry), how about asking me? PS I really like other cats!
Notes from Home
Coco is such a wonderful girl. She has really made great strides in getting used to being indoors and around people. She hid most of the time when she first came home and had to be brought out but now is spending most of her time out in the open. She even takes her naps on the floor in the middle of the room now with no fears. She isn't even startled when we walk right by now. She is also starting to realize and enjoy the benefits of petting and cuddles. Just recently she has become ok with laying on her back on my lap and letting me rub her belly and chin without flinching. Quite a difference from when she first arrived home.
Coco has also become a very playful girl. She loves running around with Huckleberry, chasing and wrestling, although sometimes she wishes he knew when it was time to stop Lol. She also follows him around exploring all the spaces. He is really bringing her out of her shell. She watches him intently, then will join him and mimic him when shes ready. She's always got her eye on him. Just this week she has started running in from any room, very eagerly, whenever she hears us with a toy. She still likes her safe spot too, under the DR table, but she can see everything from there.
She is such a pretty girl and has a sweet little purr when you nuzzle her. She has come such a long way from when she first arrived and we just love her!!



April 2015
Coco has been here six months and has come such a long way. She is now much more used to the sensations of being petted and snuggled and is really starting to enjoy it. I think it was a bit overwhelming for her at first but now she gets upset when we stop! She has her favorite napping places and is even starting to explore the higher places although she's still hesitant about jumping down. She is so petite and has such short little legs so she hangs off of a high place on her belly and stretches her front legs down as far as they will go before making the leap, but is very brave about it. It's very cute. She is reguarly in the windowsills now too, keeping an eye on tose birds. She still hates to have her paws or eyes touched and we are still, after months of trying, unable to get those nails trimmed. She will not scratch on anyting except the carpet either so....little Miss Coco goes to the vet for a "mani/pedi". We're hoping she gets used to the feeling and that we'll be able to do it eventually.
She really enjoys playing with her mice and her pipe cleaner spirals and takes a nap everyday on her lavender and purple knitted blanket that she brought with her. I also try to hide things that she can "hunt" for as she seems to have the need for that. She likes to fling chunks of her food out of her dish too and pretend to pounce on it before she eats it sometimes too. She definitely has some "outside" traits still in her yet doesn't seen to have a desire to go back out there. I think she likes the cushy life!
She love, love, loves her new brother Huck and the two of them run around like crazy. He's turned her into a bit of a rough and tumble girl. She takes very good care of him too, licking him whenever he demands, which is a lot! They've become such adorable snuggle buddies and when something is scary (like if someone comes to the door Lol ), they run and hide smushed up against each other, always with Coco behind Huck. We are so happy they have bonded so well and she really seems happy and much more relaxed. She is just the prettiest, sweetest little girl and we can't even imagine not having her here!

(Last update: Apr 22nd, 2015 11pm)

DUBLYNN
I have come out of my shell and while I am not a lap cat, I really like people and attention! I had some initial shock when I left my home but I am doing great now, I even met a stranger last night and I had no hesitations about becoming her friend..

Love,

Dublynn
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Dublynn
ID#: VA10666
Location:  Kentucky
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 03/09/15
Adopted: 04/04/15
Congrats: Alex
Foster: Jennifer

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Notes from Home
It was a very slow process, but Naiya previously named dublynn. Is coming along greatly. She is finally spending most of the day upstairs right along with all the other animals she is still shy. Everyone here loves her very much and I can thank everyone who made this possible. Thank you thank you thank you.
(Last update: Apr 22nd, 2015 5pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Jinx

(FKA Truffle Butter)

ID#: VA10266
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 08/24/14
Adopted: 10/18/14
Congrats: Luke
Foster: Mama Rosa


JINX
Hey! We are getting big! We want to grow up with you, please ask about us.


Leapin' lizards! I'm a jumper! I can do incredible acrobatic leaps and jumps for the right toy.

I'm a gentle, sensitive large kitten. I'm attached to my brother Fluffernutter. He's the leader and I'm the follower.



I've got great habits and we would like to come live with you!
You'll have such fun telling us apart!


Our transport is limited to One Day (8hrs) from Central FL. Thanks for understanding
Notes from Home
Jinx and Jazz are both doing very well. They're still best friends and are both full of energy and love. I couldn't be more proud of both of them!
(Last update: Apr 22nd, 2015 1pm)

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