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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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TOKYO
A little unsure about people, I'm looking for someone who speaks in slow blinks and will let me come around at my own pace. I've been given some reasons to distrust in the past and while I remain deep down convinced people can be decent, I need someone who can help convince me.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Tokyo
ID#: VA10452
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 11/08/14
Adopted: 01/03/15
Congrats: Deborah
Foster: Siri


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

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Notes from Home
Tokyo is adorable. She loves to play and she loves her meal times! She is still a little timid but has gotten better over the past couple of weeks. No more hiding! I do think she is working on being the head of the household!!! We love her so much. I hope she becomes more loveable towards us with time.


We want to let you all know that it has been 7 weeks since we took Tokyo home, and she is becoming such a nice little girl. Her timidness has just about subsided. She seems to trust us more within the past couple of weeks -we think she now knows this is her real and final home Her pupils are not dilated 24/7 anymore! She has not nipped at us in the last couple of weeks!. She seems to be relaxing and comfortable and happy. We are so happy and love her so much!

(Last update: Feb 22nd, 2015 5pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Hunter

(FKA Richard Parker)

ID#: VA9834
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 01/26/14
Adopted: 02/21/14
Congrats: Donna
Foster: Sandra

Foster Notes

This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
HUNTER
Looking for a soul mate kitty? A very affectionate chatterbox who just wants to love you? I enjoy sitting on foster mom's lap, kneading and snuggling. I will rest my head on your chest or sit quietly at your side while you watch T.V.., read a book or take a nap. I will also follow you around the house and sit with you. I get very uncomfortable around dogs. I get along with the resident male, but am not too fond of the female foster here, and she is a flame girl, so that says a lot about me.

I'm a very strong, sturdy cat, and my fur is as soft as sable. I would do best with an experienced Meezer savvy adopter, and in return will shower them with lots of love and ongoing conversation.
So far, my needs appear to be fairly simple: Provide me with a quiet home with no dogs or other cats, and a person who can sit with me often, allow me to put my paws on your chest, sniff your face, and knead and occasionally drool a little on your shirt. Is that too much to ask for? In return, I will be your devoted companion for life.

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Notes from Home
Hunter is one happy little guy. He loves to play with Da Bird, and
he loves to chase and play soccer with the Midnight Crazies balls. We play
every morning and night, and when he gets tired of playing at night, he
hops into my lap and goes to sleep. I usually fall asleep too! He is the
"lappiest" cat I have ever had, and he's been sleeping with me off and on
too. Last night, he spent the whole night right next to me in bed. Some of
my neighbors have come over to see him, and he didn't try to run and hide.
They all said he was "cute" or "pretty". I wish I could take him with me
when I go for a walk because I want everybody to see him! Oh, he must know
I'm talking about him. He just came in here to see what's going on. He
follows me all over the house!
3/21/14 - Everything is going great. Hunter is the quietest Meezer I've ever had - no early morning wake-up calls! If he would just stop scratching the furniture, he would be PURRFECT!

2/22/15 - We're still in love! He sleeps on a pillow alongside of me every night, and he's still there in the morning. He's so quiet that I forget he's there until I wake up and see him curled up next to me. He's a total sweetheart. I am so lucky!

(Last update: Feb 22nd, 2015 1am)

PIXIE
I am sure one cute little girl, but I am also a project kitten. I was born outside and so my contact with humans has been pretty limited. Not sure that I trust them yet, but I think I could learn to with the right person. A quieter home for me please, no little children as they would really scare me. A well mannered dog might be okay. But definitely must have a feline buddy who can teach me that people are okay.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Pixie

(FKA Gieselle)

ID#: VA8634
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 06/30/12
Adopted: 08/12/12
Congrats: Janet
Foster: Nancy

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

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Notes from Home
Pixie fka Gieselle. Can someone tell me how to officially change her name, please.

Pixie is an absolute joy and delight. She is very sweet and very gentle without a mean bone in her beautiful little body. Even when she is naughty, e.g. stealing my pencils, she does it so gently and quietly, you have to smile. Pixie has the cutest little wiggle when she winds herself around my legs. Every night, she snuggles up close beside me in bed, offering me her tummy to stroke. She is so much more confident now than when she first came home but is still rather timid and will shy at loud noises. When visitors come into the home, she now watches them from the middle stair landing rather than hiding under the bed. She still does not like to be picked up and has mastered the art of scooting just out of reach if she thinks you have that in mind! LOL. Her favorite toys are the plastic springs which she carries to the top of the stairs and then chases them down again and along the hall, purring & chirruping all the time.

Medical History: Her jaw/muzzle is slightly malformed, but this does not detract from her beautiful little face (see photo, if I can figure out how to download) Her teeth are very white but her incisors are odd and grow forward rather than down. One grew large and almost like another canine tooth. It was very loose so my Vet pulled it out. She has a very sensitive digestive system which we control by only feeding her Blue Basics Limited Ingredient Grain Free Formula Turkey & Potato dry food.and her treats are the Purebites dried chicken pieces. She has a check-up twice a year and is up-to-date on all her injections.

(Last update: Feb 21st, 2015 4pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Percy Jackson

(FKA Xion)

ID#: VA10595
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 01/28/15
Adopted: 02/14/15
Congrats: Sarah
Foster: Debra


PERCY JACKSON
Outgoing. Loving. Happy.
Notes from Home
Percy (PJ) is having as much fun with us as we are with him. There's a lot of love in that furry little body. He waits on my daughters bed at bedtime and then cuddles up for the night. He loves to eat! Hes always poking around the dog bowl for goodies. Big brother Rosco the toy poodle doesn't know what to think of his shenanigans. PJ likes to stick his paw out when Rosco comes around the corner. We're so glad Rosco has a daytime buddy. We couldn't have found a better match for our family. Thanks Siamese Rescue -- you are awesome!!
Sarah and Romy

(Last update: Feb 21st, 2015 2pm)

DANNY BOY FLANNIGAN
One big hunk of flame point love and affection! To know me is to LOVE me...I get along with kitties and doggies too!

Purrs,

Flannigan
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Danny Boy Flannigan

(FKA Flannigan)

ID#: VA10567
Location:  Indiana
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Flame
DateIn: 01/11/15
Adopted: 02/07/15
Congrats: Norman
Foster: LaShawn

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
Two weeks now of Danny Boy being here. The Boy has acclimated nicely. He and Brandy continue to work out their territory differences, however I did wake up this morning to them BOTH sharing the bed with us. Danny at my head, Brandy at my wife's feet. Danny has slowed the shedding, and our premium wet food has gotten his coat slicker and shinier. His favorite places, when not playing or running, is a lap or sleeping at HIS place on the living room couch.


(Last update: Feb 21st, 2015 2pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Galadriel

(FKA Glamourpuss)

ID#: VA8979
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 12/14/12
Adopted: 01/26/13
Congrats: MELAINE
Foster: Jeannie


GALADRIEL
I'm looking for a new home for Christmas! Foster meowmy calls me Glamourpuss 'cuz I'm so pretty, so I come when she calls me. Who wouldn't come to that name? Anyway, I do want a new family for Christmas, so hopefully Santa Claws will help?

if you're interested in a loving and conversational glamour puss, send an email!
Notes from Home
New name is Galadriel. She is doing fantastically and has Gambit (fka Ajax VA 6169) wrapped around her little paws. She loves to climb and gets into anything she can get her paws on - open doors and drawers! Loves to follow me everywhere around the house and snuggles.Still gives you the 'who me?' look when you question her about her activities. Very happy and we're very happy to have her in the family!
(Last update: Feb 19th, 2015 9pm)

TIA
I didn't have a name when I was found. Foster mom said I am her Angel.

I was brought into the shelter covered in fleas. My ears were loaded with ear mites, so bad that my left ear is permanently crumpled. I have a shelter cold in my eyes and nose from being out in the cold. Foster mom thinks I was out on my own for a while. And I am only a year old!

The fleas are gone thanks to treatment. My ears are being treated but my left one will always be crumpled; foster mom says it gives me character and makes me unique. I am getting medicine for my cold and starting to feel better. I am spayed now and once my incision has healed foster mom said she will give me a bath which will make me feel better too.

I love to be petted and I am an OK lap sitter. I purr and make biscuits. I love that I have food to eat - I have gained almost a pound since I came to the shelter.

I would LOVE my very own home for the new year.....

PS - I have a kitty cold right now so my pictures are not the greatest. But the doc gave me some medicine today and he promised I would be better in no time!

PERSONAL INFO
Name: Tia

(FKA Angel)

ID#: VA10517
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 12/20/14
Adopted: 01/10/15
Congrats: Steven
Foster: Christine

Foster Notes

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
[1/17/2015] It's been a week since we received Tia (formerly Angel), and she has made herself right at home! She is definitely a lap cat, and sleeps on our bed every night. She is very personable, and will get in your face when she wants to see what you are doing (especially if you are crinkling a candy wrapper - that brings her post haste!)

She does pretty well getting along with our other cat (a 1 year old male), but he really makes a pest out of himself and she growls to let him know she doesn't like it.

Her sniffles went away after the first day home (probably left over / made worse by the transport). She made the trip just fine, and didn't have any problems on the way home.

Thank you everyone involved! We had a seal point Siamese many years ago, but she died in the 90's. It's good to be a Siamese household again!

[2/19/2015] The Siamese Rescue Center informed me that it's been a month since we adopted Tia. My how time flies, and it's amazing how it seems like she has been with us forever! She has definitely made herself part of the family.

Some interesting updates: she now gets along just fine with our other cat - they tolerate each other very well, and even play together. We even caught them both lying on the bed, and Tia was grooming (licking) Dawson. Cute!

We also noticed something else: Tia never meows. She purs a lot (*very* loudly!) and she gets up in your face / follows you around when she wants something. But the only sound we've ever heard from her was a squeak when she got underfoot and got stepped on! But she doesn't lack for getting her point across.

She is a regular visitor to our bed at night - sometimes to the detrement of one of the other occupants (she doesn't give up ground willingly!). But she loves to snuggle next to / on you when you are sleeping. She also tends to flip upside down (showing her belly) when she sleeps.

She's gained some good weight since she's been with us - it's a rough life in our household! I uploaded a collage of pictures of Tia. All in all, life is great!

(Last update: Feb 19th, 2015 4pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: RT

(FKA Nacho)

ID#: VA10484
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 11/25/14
Adopted: 01/17/15
Congrats: Kim
Foster: Jeanne

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
RT
Give me a few days to settle in and I'll tell you all about myself. Right now, I'm scared and confused with all the changes in my short life.

Update: I'm getting used to the routine here and now even "talk" to meowmy when she brings me my dinner. I've met the other kitties here and like them all, but still get real nervous around humans. If I'm in my safe place (my playpen) I let meowmy pet me and pick me up and purr real loud, but when I'm out in the room I get scared when she's moving around towards me and I run.

I have excellent litter box habits and eat my food with no complaints.

Nacho
Notes from Home
Well, it's been a month that Nacho, aka RT came to be with us. We (him included) have decided that he is not a Nacho or an RT, but in fact he is a JAXON. Regarding integration, it seemed we were makng some progress. They were able to be within a few feet of eachother in the same room and tolerate it ok. My female cat, Sandy is having a tough time. She is acting very territorial and had an incident yesterday where she peed outside her box.(on my bed nonetheless) Not quite sure if she is doing it because she is angry or if her anxiety over our new family member is is irritating her bladder ( she had issues with this previously) I am stepping up her treatment with rescue remedy which has helped in the past. Stay tuned.
(Last update: Feb 18th, 2015 10am)

ZURRI
Looking for a very patient, special adopter for this sweet, beautiful girl. Ask about her if you think you could deal with diarrhea long term, and I'll explain it all.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Zurri

(FKA Zoey)

ID#: VA9984
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 04/26/14
Adopted: 08/16/14
Congrats: Susannah
Foster: Jeanne

Foster Notes

This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat

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Notes from Home
It's been 6 months and Zurri is doing GREAT! All of her digestion issues have been taken care of and she's a happy, healthy, girl! She's definitely Queen B of the house, keeping her canine brother and sister in order. She gets along especially well with her brother, Soca, a 108 pound American Bulldog. She sometimes bothers her long haired chihuahua sister, Nellie, and mistakes her flluffy tail for a cat toy, but it's all in good fun. Zurri has gained some weight since being home. She came to us at around 4 and a half pounds and she is now around 6 and a half pounds. She's very smalled framed so for her size, she's just about right. She's pretty calm and quiet for the most part but she can be a little sassy when she wants to be. And she's very charming! Somehow she's turned my husband, a sworn dog's man, into a Siamese cat lover. We'll be moving into a new home next month so it will be interesting to see which area of the house she claims as her own. And we'll be moving her litter box to the basement with a cat door, so we'll see how she adjusts. She has impeccable litter habits here and I hope that continues in the new house. Zurri is just fabulous!!
(Last update: Feb 17th, 2015 12pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Shakespeare
ID#: VA10176
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 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
SHAKESPEARE
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!
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)

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