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You are nuts not to choose me. I've learned so much so quickly and now I'm a mama's boy, love sitting on laps and love my person very very much! I just need a person!
Name:   Shakespeare
ID#: VA10176
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 07/26/14
Adopted: 08/17/14
Congrats: Jeanie
Foster: Siri

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


Notes from Home
Shakespeare is a very sweet cat and is working at becoming my perfect lap cat! First vet visit was the day after we got him and he weighed in at 10 lbs. 5 oz. He is "chunky" and the vet said not to let him get any heavier. ( Shakespeare is a very enthusiastic eater - no problem there.) Arrived with a bad eye infection, and since he is a fear-biter and is SO afraid of having his head touched the vet gave him a sub-Q antibiotic injection, which she said is not as effective as putting ointment in his eyes but hopefully will work - eye still weeping two weeks later but stuff is clear and not discolored. Re-check at vet's this week. Estimated age is four and not two - since he was neutered at such an "old" age and so close to being sent to us he is hormonally still a Tom cat - stinky, stinky urine, and spraying outside the box. Urine tested - no infection. Moved him to a much smaller bathroom and he still sprays but inside the box (which, thankfully, is covered). Hoping he will evolve into a "squatter" so I don't have to wash out the top of the litterbox every time he pees. We do NOT intend to start introducing the two cats for another week - my Mom (age 91 today!) is with us through this coming Friday and that can wait another week. Love the toys and bag of goodies you sent - the fur and feathers on the wand is a favorite. Good boy about using the scratching pad, although we got him a bigger one - he is a big boy! For the first week "his" bathroom was the one where we have the changing pad for changing the baby, and Shakespeare has obviously been around babies before (see pix). We love him and will keep you updated on his progress an adventures!

9/14/2014 - Shakespeare has had two more vet visits pertaining to the eye infection he arrived with (which has spread to the other eye), and just this week he received another antibiotic injection and (the vet changed from ointment to a different antibiotic in drop form) and seems that he has finally turned the corner. Still very difficult to medicate – my husband wears leather gloves and we wrap him in a towel on top of the dryer – but no one has gotten bitten since the first week, which is a huge relief. Has a bad reputation at the vet’s office – panics and lashes out. Have not formally introduced the two cats yet (don’t want Hobbit to catch the eye infection) BUT they did see each other when Hobbit slipped out. Shakespeare was very bad, chased her and prevented her from coming out from under the bed. (He is too fat to squeeze between the under-the-bed bins.)
His urine is still very stinky as the Tom cat hormones ease their way out of his system, but things are gradually getting better. I wash him down with wet washcloths and that seems to help cut the odor.
We have been gradually working at getting him to be less fearful of having his head petted – we still cannot approach him from the front, but coming up from behind and then working up to his head works. I am sure that instilling eye drops makes his fear worse. Instead of going into hiding after we medicate him he comes to both of us to “make up” and settles in my lap.

Very sweet, affectionate cat – loves to be in my lap! Loves toys and fishes them out of their basket. We had to get a covered basket for the baby’s toys to keep him out of those. Not at all fearful of the baby – will climb right up in my lap while I am holding Michael! (Has obviously been around a baby before.) He is a very loving and much loved member of our family!

2/17/2015 - Shakespeare, aka “Shakey” is a wonderful, sweet cat! He is always ensconced in one of our laps. He has a funny, almost cartoon-like quality to him – he carries the munchkin trait and has short legs and a short tail. Because he was neutered so late he has a huge head, adding to his Disneyesque appearance!
He still does not like having his head approached from the front and is still skittish around men (with the exception of my husband, who has won him over with his gentleness and soft voice). We think we know why he is afraid of having his head touched – he is a biter and I’ll bet his previous owners swatted him in the head when he bit. He bites in play – but way too hard – and bites for real when we try to do anything to him such as medication. Eyes are still an issue – he arrived with a severe eye infection which has turned into a chronic condition – he will be okay for a bit and then have ick in his eyes. We have drops for him but it takes both of us to put them in.
Our “senior” cat has not accepted him and she lives in our master bedroom suite while he has the run of the rest of the house. We have tried baby gates in the doorway so they can see each other, but he will scale two stacked on top of each other. (Not much of a jumper – short legs and stiff hips – munchkin characteristics.) He is very interested in her, but she pretends he is not there.
Shakey is a much-loved, important part of our family. He is lying on top of me now, washing his paws. When he is done he will probably start stepping on my keyboard to get himself in a better position.
Thank you for all you do and for getting him to us!

(Last update: Feb 17th, 2015 6am)

Name:   Hank
ID#: VA9054
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: 4paw
Points: Blue
Date In: 02/03/13
Adopted: 02/16/13
Congrats: Laura
Foster: Siri

This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
Very loving
Very easy going
Very friendly
Very sensitive

I was in a situation with too much - too much noise, too much commotion, too much competition for attention. Being the sensitive, quiet type, I got overwhelmed.

I'd like a little less of all that, and a little more attention!
Notes from Home
It has been 2 years now and I think Hank realizes this is his home. He waits for us at the door when we get home and follows us around the house. He is not real vocal unless he wants food or is playing with Jazmine. He seems to be the dominant kitty but Jaz still pesters him then the wrestling begins. He is Jeff's buddy - a guys cat. they hang out on the sofa together with the remote watching hockey. When I come join them, I am so happy - I have a big lap cat.

Now for the great news. He has not pooped outside the litter box for months. Last summer, he was missing the box regularly even though we were giving him the meds so we just took him off of meds. He was more alert and interactive with us and started using the box. We continued to keep all 4 large boxes clean. We also put up barriers so he was funneled into the litter box room instead of him having the whole room and carpet to tempt him. I wonder if the meds, making him spacy, scared him and that is why he was not using the box. Now he even seems to be trying to cover it up.

We are so glad we stuck with him. I think he just needed to know he is in a safe place.


We have had Hank for a year now and love him. He is a part of the family and seems comfortable with us as well. Jaz is a head shorter than him but still likes to challenge him. She picks a fight and he ignores her till he can't stand it. then he just lays his paw on her and throws her to the floor and they wrestle/play a little. Not sure I understand their relationship. We often find them curled up on the bed together.

Hank loves to be with us. He especially likes the spot between Jeff and I on the bed at night. He really sprauls out and we often find ourselves clinging to the edge of the bed because of - the cat! He loves treats and Jeff has taught him to stand on his back feet to take one at a time from his hand.

Hank is still on the antianxiety drugs which keeps him pooping in the box. We are discussing when to try to wean him off of them again. Tried last summer and he started going on the carpet again in the family room. I hope this helps others. - Don't give up a good kitty because he misses the litterbox.

3/15/13 Jeff spent some time with supervised play while I was at work the last couple of weeks. Frequently, Hank will do his Siamese male howl that echos through the house. Jaz will trot to the room and peek around the corner. When Hank sees her, then begins the chase. They chase each other from the top to the bottom of the house and back again.
Hank has a favorite toy - old stuffed mouse with no parts left tied to a long cotton shoestring. He plays with it and drags the string around the house with the mouse bouncing along behind. Jaz will often pounce on the mouse.
Hank sleeps on our bed at night and that is when you realize how big he is. Jaz still sleeps in her bed in the spare bedroom. I am waiting for them to curl up together like Simon and Jaz did.
They have a favorite mutual past-time - breakfast, dinner, snack, treats..... Maybe cause they were both strays?
He still has a bald belly but we are OK with that. I have started giving them omega 3 liquid on their food so see it that will help.
He has not pooped outside the box but I notice when he pees, it is right on the front edge. Once, it was so close, I tried to push him further into the box. Will need to keep a rug or mat outside the box. When we move the box to the basement, there is a lot of room and He may feel more comfortable getting all the way in.

He is calling Jaz right now so I expect some romping to begin soon.

(Last update: Feb 16th, 2015 12pm)

Big teddy bear of a kitty. Over his serious health issue, he's ready to cuddle any time you have to hold him. Got nuzzles? Need nuzzles? This is your kitty.

Fine with cats who are not victim cats and those who will ignore his huffs and puffs of hot air.
Name:   Cambridge
ID#: VA9429
Location:  Delaware
Sex: male
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
DateIn: 07/24/13
Adopted: 02/16/14
Congrats: Herbert
Foster: Diane

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Cambridge is now in his house for one year. It is the best thing that has ever happened to me and Cambridge. We are a pair. He has to sit on my lap the very minute I sit down. He head buts me and gives me kisses all the time.
He will be going for his yearly check up at the vets soon and I know that he wilt a clean bill of health. He loves his toys and he loves to run up and down the stairs to get them and bring them down to me.We are very happy together and I would not know what to do without him. He is a very happy boy and I intend to keep him that way.

(Last update: Feb 16th, 2015 6am)

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Name: Georgie Girl

(FKA Queen Georgina)

ID#: VA10139
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 07/09/14
Adopted: 08/09/14
Congrats: Linda
Foster: Siri

A gentle soft natured gal, I'm looking forward to posing for my videos this week and sharing more about myself! Aunt Siri finally got a first video up (she's slacking these days!) so you can see how friendly I am!

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Notes from Home
Georgy Girl is doing just fine. She is very timid but comes to me often during the day and night. She's fussy about her food. She will eat fancy feast but only certain kinds. She doesn't seem to like the blue food. She sleeps a lot on a bed in the spare bedroom, next to but not in the Millie bed. She likes to play with the feathered toy but not the one with the bell. She likes her crunchy bag in the den and she likes to sit on her scratching bed but doesn't use it often. She's very sweet and likes to have her face rubbed and her chin scratched. All and all we're just fine.
(Last update: Feb 14th, 2015 12pm)

I'm really not blue at all - after a bout with a long drawn out cold, I am now better and out with all the other cats (couldn't care less about ages and sexes, I blend in anywhere) and am solely in search of a loving lap. I have zero bad habits - I'm not a big scratcher, I'm fine in the litterbox, I'm fine with my food, and while I had a hard time getting over my cold simply because I was so very sad at having to be caged for so long and at having lost my home, I am now 100% affectionate kissy lap loving purring machine cat.
Name: Wylie

(FKA Imablue)

ID#: VA2901
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 19 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 09/11/04
Adopted: 11/21/04
Congrats: Susan
Foster: Siri


Notes from Home
Wylie is the most people-centric Siamese I've ever owned. She absolutely loves people - she runs to the door when someone arrives, to see who it is and to check them out. She isn't afraid of anyone or anything, even the vacuum or hairdryer. Otherwise, she is the Queen Diva of the household and doesn't want to socialize with the other kitties (her subjects).

Wylie is very playful for an older girl and is very energetic. She also has a tremendous appetite for such a petite girlie and I have to keep her from bullying the others away from their food bowls. She wakes me up every morning at dawn (yes, including weekends) by licking my face until I get up and feed her. Siri was not kidding when she told me that Wylie "eats like a pig". She has a remarkable personality and I feel very lucky to have found her.

Oct 2013: Wylie is 16 and still going strong. Getting a little slower but not much - can still jump on counters and the bed without too much effort. Such a sweetheart. Still has quite the appetite and will let me know when I'm late with the nuggets, but losing some hearing and can't always tell when I'm clanking the bowls around for dinner. Love this cat.

2/13/15: Wylie has passed over the Rainbow Bridge due to complications from kidney disease. Mostly it was the severe anemia which weakened her so much. She was a wonderful wonderful cat, my first from SRC. She was sent to the pound at age 7, and I want to thank Siri for not giving up on her and giving her an entire second 10-year life with me. She was far and away the friendliest cat I've ever had.

(Last update: Feb 13th, 2015 2pm)

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Name: Sven

(FKA Seven)

ID#: VA9420
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 07/20/13
Adopted: 09/15/13
Deceased: 02/19/15
Congrats: Andrea
Foster: Jeanne

Hi! I'm called Seven because I have 7 toes on each front foot, including 3 thumbs!

I did live with kids and a dog, so I'd be ok in a home with both.

I went to the vet to find out how healty I am, and my bloodwork all came back good.

I am ready to go to my new forever home, so for now I'll just hang out and enjoy my new clean enviornment until meowmy finds me the right one. Maybe that yours?

Notes from Home
It is with a heavy heart that I must report that Sven passed away today. He died of a pulmonary embolism but he had a ruptured gall bladder due to an infection. He only had days left. We loved him with all of our hearts and are so glad we could give him the love he deserved. We will miss you my sweet viking. (2/12/15)

11/26/14: Sven continues to be the biggest love bug. He typically follows me around the house when he is not sleeping in the dog bed. We love him so much. I've added a Viking picture of him.

9/15/14: Today is Sven's 1 year anniversary with us! He is such a sweet boy who starts purring as soon as you look at him. Everyone who meets him loves him. He is a unique personality so I decided to start a Facebook page for him (https://www.facebook.com/svenvikingcat). Please feel free to like it! Thank you for all that you do for these wonderful Siamese. We are so lucky that we found Sven and he is part of our lives.

7/10/14: I realized it has been a few months since I gave an update on my paw-some boy, Sven! He is definitely a southern cat! He did not appreciate our extra cold northeast winter, despite being an indoor cat who has his own dog bed! Once the weather turned sunny, he has enjoyed spending time with us in the sun room soaking up some rays or finding the sun spots throughout the house. He is the type of cat that if you just look at him he starts purring. He is the biggest love and is such a joy. Everyone who meets him loves him (although he needs to stop getting in ladies' purses!) He is a character and loves the fancy cat wand I bought for him at a cat show. For a big cat, he certainly can jump. I think approximately one year ago, Sven was returned to Siamese Rescue. Although it makes us sad to think that he lived for 7 years with someone and they could treat him the way they did, we are so glad we can give him the home that he deserves.

4/9/14: After a long and cold winter, Sven is ready for some warmth and sun so he can sit in the window and catch some rays! He is a big cat with an even bigger personality. He is quite the character and loves a lot of attention. His interesting quirk is that he loves the hair dryer. When I am in the bathroom drying my hair, he joins me and starts meowing until I blow dry him. He rolls around on the ground and purrs the whole time. If he missed his fur drying time, he meows at me until I get the hair dryer back out and blow dry him. I am such a good human slave!

3/25/14: We are just past Sven's 6 month anniversary! It seems like he is blossoming more each day. Honestly, I think he was unsure about the permanence of his new home until recently. Now, he is more confident and even more affectionate than before. He is chatty, outgoing, and loving. He wants to be where the people are and if he thinks you are not paying attention to him, he lets you know with a loud MEOW! We love this guy so much and are so happy to have him in our home.

2/14/14: Happy Valentine's Day! Sven is such a love. He seems to be finding his voice because he "chats" more with me. His little squeaky voice does not fit the big cat he is! I can't help but laugh. Because our other cat is Mr. Stinny, our five year old has started calling Sven "Miss Sven." Sven is bonded mostly to me but he loves attention from everyone. He still likes to sit on my shoulder or back but that ends up being pretty awkward. Like a dog, he comes when he is called and comes running with his tail up and almost a grin on his face. He is our sweet Meezer boy!

January 7, 2014: Sven says Happy New Year! He is still a loving sweet bundle of joy. He likes to chat from time to time but his favorite thing is to be loved upon. He is so affectionate and sweet. And popular. I take "selflies" of Sven and post them on my Facebook page. He's started to have a following (probably because he's so handsome!) and people look forward to his latest photos. He is on a special diet to treat his urinary tract issues and takes a pill twice a day to help lower the ph of his urine. He is the BEST at taking medicine! However, he is a little chow hound and he has a private "suite" (aka our home office) for eating while his kitty siblings eat their food. We love this boy so much and are so thankful to give him the loving home he deserves. Thank you to everyone who help make this adoption possible!

It is been less than 24 hours but Sven the Great Orange Viking of Siam (formerly known as Seven) has become a wonderful addition to our home! He is purring non-stop and loves all the attention we shower on him. He is eating well and using the litter box. We love him so much. As our 4 1/2 old son keeps saying: He's so cute! Thank you to everyone involved in this adoption including Beth, Jeanne, Gail, and the transporters. This is such a wonderful organization and you did an amazing job matching us with the perfect cat.

Day 5: Sven is such a great kitty! He is now having more free range of the house and is doing great. He is a big talker and chats back and forth with us. The other cats are getting used to him. Mr. Stinny likes to sit with him. Shrimpycat is sulking but seems to be accepting him more today. Zena does not realize there is a new cat in the house even though she has seen him several times. She's not the brightest but we love her! Rudy (the dog) is excited for a new playmate. He continues to eat well and use the litter box. He let me cut his nails last night and was quite cooperative. He is a total love and purrs non-stop. Tonight he has a checkup with the vet to make sure everything is fine. He is a perfect fit!

Day 9: Sven follows me all around the house, including the bathroom! All of the cats have warmed up to him and Sven and two of the cats slept on our bed last night. Rudy, the dog, is very excited about a new playmate. Sven gave him a few smacks to establish some boundaries but no major issues. He talks a lot in his little squeaky voice and we have little conversations with him. He is incredibly cuddly and lets me carry him around the house. He is eating well and using the litter boxes with the other cats. His vet appointment went well and she said his weight at 14.9 pounds (!) was fine but he should not gain any more weight. His heart and lungs are great and everything else was fine. The vet was also very upset when I told her about his horrendous flea infestation. Of course, she loved him and his huge paws too. Everyone loves him as he has a ton of personality and like his brother, Mr. Stinny, he enjoys being around people.

Day 15: Sven has definitely claimed us as his family. Although he loves everyone, he bonded with me and follows me from room to room. He has a funny high pitched but loud meow and he calls to me when I am outside. We are very careful about making sure he does not sneak outside. Even our four year old son tells Sven that he is an "inside only kitty!" Sven and Mr. Stinny have become great friends. Even though they tussle from time to time, they spend time together and Mr. Stinny "asks" Sven to groom him by plopping down next to him and putting his head under him. I have included a photograph of the unbelievable cuteness. The girls are still getting acquainted with him and tend to keep their distance. We absolutely love Sven and are so happy to have him as part of our family!

October 4, 2013 (I've lost count of the days!): I cannot express how much we love Sven. He is such a wonderful cat and is doing so well in our house. Last night I woke up at 1:30 in the morning to find Sven and Mr. Stinny curled up on the end of the bed next to each other. It makes my heart happy to see that Mr. Stinny has found a cuddle friend again. Mr. Stinny is blind and for many years he had Lilliputian (aka Lilly) as his buddy. They usually could be found cuddled together under the covers or on the couch. He is an extremely affectionate cat with both humans and felines and I think that after Lilly passed at age 17, he missed that companionship. Fortunately, Sven is the guy to give it to him. Sven brings joy to our house in so many ways! Thank you again for bringing us together.

October 15, 2013 (one month anniversary!): We cannot describe how much we love this goofy cat. Even though he is a 15 pound man, he races around the house like a kitten! He is absolutely hysterical. He is more than a healthy eater. Before we had to watch him to make sure he does not eat everyone's food. Now that Mr. Stinny and the girls are used to him, they deal with him better at breakfast and dinner by blocking his way to their food dishes. Smart kitties! He is a total cuddly cat and likes to be held like a baby. He continues to follow me around and greets me at the door. He is a talker but I always expect a less squeaky voice from such a big boy It's pretty humorous. I cannot describe how perfect he is for our household. It seems like he has always been a part of our lives. We are really lucky to have him as part of our family.

November 6, 2013: Sven is doing wonderful and we learned about his newest talent: he fetches!! I knew he was smart but really, he's a genius. His fur is filling in beautifully and he is sooooo much softer now. He loves to cuddle and just stares at us with this adoring look. We love him so very much! He and Mr. Stinny (our senior blind cat) are officially best friends. They groom each other and fall asleep curled up next to one another. It is so sweet. The girls tolerate him and the dog has found that Sven can be a fun playmate. Overall, he is great!

(Last update: Feb 12th, 2015 5pm)

Hiyas again! I've been here at my foster home over a week now and I'm still a little scared and shy. Ya gotta remember I've been through lots of stuff for a little kid! First the mean streets, then the shelter and now I'm in something they call a foster home, whatever that is. I know I'm really lucky cuz I got a nice big hidey box with comfy blankies to feel safe in and all the food, water and clean litter I ever dreamed of! And foster daddy is spending a lot of time with me. We watched Ice Age yesterday. That was way cool. But I still haven't quite figured out that I'm 100% safe and don't need to be scared anymore. My foster parents say I'm special and all I need is lots of love and TLC. I'm still running away from the camera which I think is kinda funny but foster mommy doesn't seem too amused. I hate to toot my own horn, but I am cute as a button. Maybe someday I'll let them take a picture and prove it! So anyways, if anybody out there wants to help out a shy little guy like me, please ask about me. Oh, one more thing. I hate to be picky but I'd be really glad if I didn't have to travel a really long way. Love, Ricky Tikky
Name:   Ricky Tikky
ID#: VA3961
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 01/20/06
Adopted: 02/12/06
Congrats: Adrian
Foster: Lisa

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


Notes from Home
It is hard to believe that I've had Ricky for 9 years now. He is the sweetest and most gentle soul. I am sure that Gabby would not be nearly as happy if she hadn't had Ricky watching over her. She is is her anchor and safety blanket. Whenever she is upset, she piles on top of Ricky and uses him for a bed. Ricky has accepted that Tomato is now part of the family and gently submits to being groomed and sharing the sacred box. I can't imagine life without my 'shoe.
(Last update: Feb 12th, 2015 12pm)

Name: Lexie

(FKA Kashi)

ID#: VA10507
Location:  Delaware
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 12/14/14
Adopted: 01/28/15
Congrats: Rachel
Foster: Diane

Foster Notes

Getting used to kind humans who won't hurt her.

A little shy at first, Kashi will quickly be your friend and let you pet her bunny-soft fur. She is looking for a patient adopter who will give her time and security to adjust to another move. Probably best with older children or an adult only home because she seems the kind of kitty that will get overwhelmed with a lot of commotion.
Notes from Home
Kashi is now "Lexie," and she's doing great! She and the dogs are figuring it all out, and all of them cuddle up with me at night to sleep. She is the most beautiful girl, and we are so glad that she joined our family.
(Last update: Feb 11th, 2015 5pm)

It's been a rough couple of months. I was found with a rubber band wrapped around one of my front feet, and after being treated, have healed.I've been here for almost two weeks now, and am doing very well.

I am very sweet and gentle. I love people, love to play, and like other cats. I like to be held, and will cuddle with you. My litter box habits are perfect, and I am not a picky eater. I'm also faithful to my scratching post, and never scratch the furniture.

So, there is nothing not to love about me.
Name:   Magoo
ID#: VA10443
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 11/02/14
Adopted: 01/11/15
Congrats: Holly
Foster: Sandra

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


Notes from Home
Magoo is doing very well, he had a little upper respiratory virus but that now has subsided. He eats natural choice and the same dry food gold seal. I haven't attempted to change his name since he comes to kitty or mr. Kitty is what his dad calls him. He surprisingly responds to mr. Kitty, I always say mr Magoo. He has a perch with kitty toys and activity plays with them, along with taking naps in the sun. I am very pleased with your organization and willing to help out in any manner possible. Thank you so much saving for a wonderful kitty. Best, Holly sending photos regular email.
(Last update: Feb 11th, 2015 1pm)

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Name:   Taylor
ID#: VA8314
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
Date In: 01/15/12
Adopted: 02/11/12
Congrats: Abigail
Foster: Debi

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
One word my foster mom used to sum me up...
A-D-O-R-A-B-L-E...that's me!!!!

Do you have time to hold & cuddle with me until???????? I LOVE to cuddle & purr! My world will be complete with my forever family if they want to love & cuddle me forever!

Purrs & snuggles,
Notes from Home
Taylor arrived in one fluffy but tired piece, thanks to all the wonderful transporters! As Ernie, her brother, already has claimed this home as his, Taylor was initially quarantined, then slowly introduced to Ernie. He was so eager to meet her...he initially chirped to her through the door, and then played footsie. When they got together the first night they played flying bird-toy together then pounce the mouse. Ernie was initially a bit timid but the next day was hopping around like a kitten. I have Utube videos under "mau4meezers" if anyone would like to seem them play together.
More to come, Abigail

Update- 1month at forever home! Little Taylor AKA "Liz" Taylor, is a healthy bouncing baby girl with a very robust appetite for roast chicken.....a little Tortie Diva! When she came she was only 4.5 lbs, and has since put on an additional pound. Her ribs are not sticking out, and her sore gums are no longer inflamed. She is a little ball of fluff and energy and still loves to play kitten games. She retrieves the bell ball and she and her brother both fetch the grey furry mice. They usually play together well but Taylor is half Ernie's size and he can get rough. Taylor does not have the teeth and claws that Ernie has, and is unfortunately, vigilant about his whereabouts. She does relax in safe places such as up in the cat tree or on special chairs that afford protection. I plan to build some shelving so she can climb to a high perch on top of the hutch. Thankfully she still loves to cuddle, but has a short attention span for that. She is great to brush and willingly lets me brush her teeth and clean her ears. I don't want the cute kitten time to pass too fast but I hope that Taylor's teeth and claws will grow so she can feel more at ease with her brother.
4 Mo Anniversary at Taylor's furever home:
Taylor (teeters) is learning to walk on a harness. Her favorite activity is birdwatching and playing with anything watery. She has a drinking fountain in which she retrieves her jingle ball and drops it. Ice cubes sliding on the floor are another big hit. Taylor and her brother watch TV, especially the animal shows that have small flecks moving across the screen. Ernie is now much bigger, but teeters has learned to stand up to him. She often provokes a tussle....I think she just wants to play like the kitten she is. During the skirmishes, Taylor's fluff was pulled, but her lion's mane ruff is growing back. Taylor and Ernie are my full time companions, family and fur kids. I just love 'em
6 Mo Update : Taylor has grown like a weed. She grew her fluffy coat back in and it requires very little care because she loves to get wet under the water faucet in the sinks. I brush her to keep the hairballs down. She is sooo cute! Loves to hunt the animals on TV and would play all day if I had the time. She gets very frightened by car noises and has wiggled out of her harness. This makes me hesitate to walk her outside on the harness. Any suggestions? The pics are worth a thousand words.
1 year Taylor in her furever home: Tayor is a happy fluffer-nutter. She is so full of energy, and scats around the house teasing her brother Ernie. She can't stay still long enough to cuddle on the my belly often, although she sits right next to me. She also loves to sleep on my quilt, as does Ernie. She is very round, and seems to squirm out of her walking harness. She seems satisfied with being an indoor kitty. Loves da birds and watching wildlife on TV. She has taken hunting lessons from the cheetah videos. I love her deeply, she's brought such happiness, serenity and fun to my life. I love coming home to her!
Already! 2 yr furever home anniversary! Taylor says: I am still cute like a kitten but get into trouble like a Gen Yer that I am. Fun is the name of the game....and yummy food that I like too much. I am always cautious of my brother Ernie sneaking up on me. I can't catch a break! I am up before dawn to chitter at the birds just outside the window. Don't know what I would do if I actually got one. I'm fast and bet it could happen. Mom's OK but she has to pay attention to both of us, sometimes I wish I were the only one, but then, it's fun to have Ernie to tease.
3 Year Adoption Anniversary Note: It is hard to believe Taylor has been here 3 years. She still is very kitten-like. Her fur is so long and fluffy that often fuzzy balls and mice stick to her belly. One minute she happily playing, then the ball disappears deep into her undercoat. It's so funny to watch her try to find it!
Her personality is sweet, playful just as she was described by Debbie Austin, her foster Mom....a shout out to Debbie for nursing my Taylor to health and loving her too. Also greatly appreciate the two college girls who first noticed Taylor behind a restaurant, cold, dirty and scared. They saved her life!

(Last update: Feb 11th, 2015 11am)

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