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Your Christmas Goose? What Goose? I didn't see the goose, really! What did it look like?
Healthy girl with Giant appetite needs loving home with large fridge. If you'd like to adopt the Safeway, consider me and I'll Bloom in your home. I won't leave any Food Lion around, that's for sure!
Name: Ada Byron

(FKA Bessie Smith)

ID#: VA5055
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 18 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 07/10/07
Adopted: 12/16/07
Congrats: Linda
Foster: Siri

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


Notes from Home
Ada is doing great! All the food jokes on here can just be disregarded because she is, after much hard work, at her perfect weight of 13 pounds, and is not obsessed with food anymore. She needed to be on a special diet because she had a medical issue where she was not absorbing carbs correctly (and so always felt hungry). So, can the fat jokes from now on! (And anyone making them should feel guilty; she could not help it). She is friendly and snuggly, and extremely smart. She's an integral part of my family and home.
(Last update: Sep 9th, 2016 3pm)

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Name:   Princess
ID#: VA10223
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 08/09/14
Adopted: 09/07/14
Congrats: Karen
Foster: Jeanne

Foster Notes

Hi there,

Meowmy said she named me Princess because I'm as beautiful as an Disney Princess and just as sweet.

I love to be held and cuddled, and love to play, though I'm gentle when I do. She thinks there may be Ragdoll in my blood lines because I'm so sweet.

If you love a cat with slightly longer hair, then I'm your gal! Ask about me and maybe your wish will come true!


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Notes from Home
Princess is a beautiful, somewhat crazy addition to our family. She is loved by everyone and enjoys playing with the dog,
sleeping in boxes and following me around the house. 🐱

(Last update: Sep 8th, 2016 3pm)

Super loving boy. I get along with everyone - even d-o-g-s. I am a mellow boy and my favorite activity is chill-laxing. If you are looking for a snuggle buddy who is super mellow then I am your boy.
Name:   Boston
ID#: VA10819
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 06/07/15
Adopted: 09/05/15
Congrats: Janice
Foster: Debra


Notes from Home
I am happy to report that Boston is doing very well! He enjoys exploring his new home and playing with his toys. My other cat, Patches, watches him with amusement and often joins in. Boston is a
good and loving boy!

Boston is such a love!!! He has trained us well! His daily routine includes watching the turkeys and other wild life from the windows, having us turn on the bathroom faucet so that he may have a fresh drink of water (why drink from a bowl), follows me from room to room so that we can play and he can have extra hugs and pats. He has really bonded well with Patches and they will cuddle together. He has also become quite the lap cat and sleeps with us every night. He has brought us so much joy over the past year and I am sure he will continue to so in the future!

(Last update: Sep 8th, 2016 9am)

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Name:   Jace
ID#: VA5838
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 08/03/08
Adopted: 09/07/08
Congrats: Joellen
Foster: Jane

I am proving to be a super lover. I lay on foster mom to sleep and I am right there for all the pets I can get. I am playful but not too rough. I had my little surgery and exam so now all I have to do is find my forever home. If you know anyone looking for a snuggle bunny will you tell them to ask about me? They won't be sorry.

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Notes from Home
Jace is a big, beautiful boy. He is a sweet, shy, happy affectionate cat. He is doing very well despite the fact that my daughter and her two DOGS have been sharing the house for the past few months while her husband is stationed overseas. We have the cat zone and the dog zone. Despite the fact that nobody is aggressive, we don't want to take chances and feel it's better for all the furry people involved to have their own quiet space. The three cats and I love my daughter, but will be happy when the "yucky dogs" go home.
Since the dogs have come to visit, the cats have formed a much closer bond with each other, especially Jace and my female Abby. The other female Siamese is still a bit of a haughty princess, but that's just her!
Jace (and all other pets) is current on all his vet visits. They xrayed him for a tummy problem he had a while ago and discovered he has one deformed kidney. It doesn't appear to affect him in any adverse way so we just figure that's how he was born. We monitor his blood at checkups and leave him to his chubby self.
All in all things are fine in Jace's world. They'll improve when the dogs leave in January!
I love my boy.

(Last update: Sep 8th, 2016 8am)

Have you been watching the Olympics? I have and I love to watch my name sake Misty May. Isn't she fantastic?????? Well, so am I. I can "dig" in my "sand"box with the best of them. My ball handling skills are super (Mama Katie will soon get a video of that), but I prefer "jingle balls" and "crinkle balls" to volleyballs - they would "set me up" for a "wipeout". I haven't figured out how to "spike" yet, but Mama Katie said something about my fur - does she mean she might "spike it"? Oh, please, ask about me quick before Mama Katie goes any more crazy with these silly word games. I am as beautiful as my Misty with dark "hair" and a beautiful smile. I love everyone and everything I meet, so I am an easy girl to get to know just like my Misty namesake. PLEASE before the Olympic spirit has died down, ask about me and let me show you how wonderful I am. I could be your Gold Medal Girl. Purrs, headbutts and kisses, Misty
Name: Lexi

(FKA Misty)

ID#: VA8708
Location:  Indiana
Sex: female
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 08/08/12
Adopted: 09/08/12
Congrats: Vail
Foster: Katie

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
September 2012
Lexi is a fabulous kitty. She has a huge personality and we adore her.

She is thriving in her new home and is doing lots of purring. Her vet appt went well. She is 11.5 pounds now and vet says perfect weight. She did well traveling to and from vet - just a few complaints probably wondering what was happening to her now. I reassured her she would be back home soon. The vet and staff fell in love with her. Dr Skidmore is super impressed with Siamese Rescue.

The integration of Lexi with existing cat, Neko, has been slow. Neko chases Lexi until she hides under a bed. Still some hissing from her and groaning from him. He is very jealous, so he's getting lots of extra attention. I'm surprised at him since we have had another cat in the house and he has behaved just fine. So, we're taking it slow with little visits several times per day and if things escalate, it's back to isolating them apart. Isolation means Lexi is secured in her safe rooms and Neko gets free roam or Neko gets to sit on the screened porch while Lexi gets full roam.

This morning Lexi was introduced to the pet stroller and was able to safely explore new parts of the house on the main floor. Up to now she has come down the stairs, but regards the main floor as uncharted and unsafe (it's a big house to take in so we're taking it slowly). She is very curious and sat quietly on her stroll around. She'd have whimpered if distressed and she wasn't at all. Most curious to see the kitchen where many sounds she has heard come from. Wherever I went, I strolled her along. I know once Neko settles down and Lexi has full roam, she is going to be a follower. She doesn't want to miss anything - such a typical Siamese baby.

So, the good news is Lexi is thriving and is a very loved member of the family. The bad news is Neko is being a butthead and, like many males, is acting stubborn!!!

Vail and Bill Miller

Update: March 2013
We absolutely adore Lexi. She is such a wonderful addition to our lives and our prevailing cat's life. She is the best kitty we have ever had: sweet, amusing, caring, well behaved, playful, lap kitty, expressive, talkative, beautiful and
very clean. What more can you ask of a kitty!
We absolutely adore Lexi. She is such a wonderful addition to our lives and our prevailing cat's life. She is the best kitty we have ever had: sweet, amusing, caring, well behaved, playful, lap kitty, expressive, talkative, beautiful and
very clean. What more can you ask of a kitty! As a result, she is totally indulged to be herself.
We are so grateful to have the opportunity to adopt her.
Check out her photos and see her wedding on Valentines Day!

September 8, 2014
Lexi's 2 year anniversary. What a fabulous little girl she is. We adore her, as does everyone who meets her. She is the friendliest cat I have ever had. Loves people and loves to play hide n seek with children. We are blessed to have her in our family and are so grateful we were chosen as her forever family. Love, love, love her!

September 8, 2016
4 year anniversary. Everything is going great. Healthy, happy and hysterically fun cat. We adore her, as does everyone else. Most social cat we have ever had. So grateful to have this precious little diva girl. She loves everyone and still loves to play - big highlight being her laser light and her salmon pate. Wakes me up during the night just for some loving and purring. Happy 4th Anniversary to our Lexi, her partner Neko, and all her friends and family. We love you Lexi Girl!

(Last update: Sep 8th, 2016 5am)

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Name: Abby

(FKA Tippy)

ID#: VA11531
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 06/20/16
Adopted: 07/31/16
Congrats: Debbie
Foster: Belinda

Hi there, I'm Tippy! A lady found me and my sister, Mouse, all alone when we were even teenier than we are now. Our mom was nowhere to be seen so we were shuffled off to the vet in a cardboard box. We had to eat from a bottle for a couple weeks before we were big enough to come into Siamese Rescue. I was named Tippy because I have a little white tip on my tail. That's how you can tell me apart from my sister. We are super friendly and would really like to stay together if we can. We do get along with doggies and other kitties just fine. We're still pretty small and probably won't be ready to go home until mid to late July.

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Notes from Home
Hi Everyone, this is an update on two little sisters named Abby and Annie (formerly Tippy and Mouse).
I can't begine to tell you of the joy that these babies have brought to our household. They are as sweet as they look. They spend their days chasing toys, playing together, eating, and sleeping! I have yet to hear their voices. Even a trip to the vet was in silence! Not what i'm used to with Siamese. They are Stars on Facebook as I can't help posting pictures of them because they are so adorable. A visit from my grandson was fun for them as he brought new toys and played with them tirelessly. I've been a bit over protective since I only recently let them explore the whole house (with supervision). They are so good and don't get into any trouble! Thank you to everyone involved in their adoption! You have blessed us with little angels. Debbie
P.S. I have lots of picures on my phone but will need someone to show me how to post them here.

(Last update: Sep 7th, 2016 9pm)

Butch said it all, if you're looking to start your Siamese family, and you have a home that errs on the side of quieter, you can't go wrong with us. We avoided the public shelter experience so we're healthy as they come, having been raised indoor only and underfoot. We need a few days to warm up as new things can be scary, but we're typically Siamese in our nature and can't stay away from you for very long.
Name: Mee Mee

(FKA Lizzy)

ID#: VA5567
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 03/05/08
Adopted: 03/29/08
Deceased: 06/01/16
Congrats: Arlene
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


Notes from Home
MeeMee Died on June 5 from heart disease. One of her aeortic valves was bad and another had not grown. It is been very hard without her and Yum Yum's company.
(Last update: Sep 7th, 2016 12pm)

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Name: Finn the Muffin Man

(FKA Muffin Man)

ID#: VA10791
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 05/30/15
Adopted: 09/07/15
Congrats: Kerri
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 male cat. Usually this is a male cat.Not with Male Cats
Do you like Quirky? Because Quirky is my middle name. Muffin Man because I love to make biscuits, Quirky because, well, just watch my videos, you needed a laugh today anyway, right?

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Notes from Home
Update 9/21/2015:
Finn has been home for only 2 weeks but it feels like much longer. He settled in immediately, and has not stopped purring since. He is of course still a weirdo, but I love him for it.

Finn is very much involved in everything, especially cooking. I think he considers himself to be the inspecteur du travail. I now am forced to chose between having Finn hairs in all my food (and several licks missing) or loud meowing if he gets put in the bedroom. One much appreciated distraction is the Slim-Cat ball, which keeps him busy for a few minutes as he furiously rolls around to get kibble out.

His appetite for play is almost as insatiable as his appetite for food. Already he has destroyed two wand toys, gladly tearing the feathers from the wand and running away with his prize. More than once he has decided that the bathmat is his new favorite toy, running off with it mid-shower. He lets me know he is looking to play by frantically running from room to room at full speed. Unfortunately he is not quite coordinated to be doing this and has slammed in to table legs and walls several times.

At night Finn goes from being an sleeping angel to a mad demon in minutes. His favorite nighttime activities are to knock things off of shelves, meow loudly, scratch in his box for upwards for 5 minutes, and to purr loudly right by my ear. The good news is he is always willing to nap during the day.

He has been off of the kitty Prozac, and I would say that is going ok-ish. Finn can be a real cat jerk, but he is the sweetest and most loving cat jerk I have ever met.

Update 10/21
Finn has been home for about 6 weeks now and I couldn't be happier. He did end up going back on the Prozac, and somehow has learned he doesn't like being pilled.

Without Prozac he was just a little too hard to handle. On days I got home super late from work (about once a week) he would attack when I walked in the door. Not sure what that was all about, but it isn't happening anymore thankfully. He also would bite me while I was sleeping (not hard, but definitely unsettling). Now that he is on Prozac he is his normal silly self. He gets up right when my alarm goes off, and makes sure I don't press snooze. He loves his food, although he has Halo Stew in his rotation and somehow manages to leave the bowl clean except for all the peas.

I bought Finn a DABIRD toy, and my oh my has he loved it. I keep it in a closet and now he just sits and meows until I get it out. Even worse, whenever I open the closet door he comes running and makes me feel guilty for not playing with him. Tricky little guy. He still loves to carry around his blanket, although this mostly happens at night. He loves to look out the window, and recently I have been training him to be on a harness. We had our first outdoor adventure last weekend.

Finn is my very best friend and I am so happy he came in to my life. He makes me laugh every day, and snuggles all night. I will be traveling for work a bit, so it will be interesting to see how he handles having a cat sitter.

Update 3/21/2016:
Hard to believe Finn has been home for over 6 months. While he still has been quirky habits (and they change frequently), he is an absolute doll and I love him to bits.

I am traveling quite often, and he is like a puppy every time I get home. He sits and meows at the door and proceeds to purr and head butt as soon as I come inside. I have never had a cat so happy to welcome me home. Finn has mellowed out quite a bit from when I first got him, but he still has the zoomies from time to time and he can get a bit rough in his demands for playtime. He still loves DaBird and his cat nip bananas. He isn't carrying around his blankets anymore, instead he likes to actually sleep on them. While Finn isn't fully a lap cat yet, he does snuggle with me at night and has started sitting closer and closer on the couch.

Overall Finn is doing great.He still has a healthy appetite, but he is no longer constantly searching for food, and he has even been known to leave food in his bowl from time to time. He still darts out the door every time it opens, and he loves to by the window, I think he was probably an outdoor cat at some point in his life.

Finn is very loved and I couldn't be happier with him.

Update 9/07/2016:

Wow I can't believe a year has passed since we brought home Finn. He is incredibly loved and very much the center of attention at my house. He remains a very healthy boy, although he did have a dental last spring to clear up some funky kitty breath, however he didn't need any extractions. We have kept him on the Prozac, although some days I wonder if he might need a higher dose :)

I have never heard Finn fuss about anything (other than being hungry), and I don't think he has a mean bone in his body. He is the easiest cat to pill and he lets me trim his nails while he naps.

Finn has handled my hectic work schedule like a champ, and he makes coming home the highlight of my day. He stands at the door meowing, and he does not leave my side until he has been fed. His appetite is quite strong to say the least, and we have found his absolute favorite foods. He hasn't gained any weight, although I am sure he would be happy to.

Finn is an incredibly playful cat, and sometimes he mistakes his humans for his playmates. He can get a bit wild, especially at bed time, but that is why we love him so much. We have never been successful in transitioning Finn to a lap cat, although he does like to snuggle at night (but only with Marc). Finn does, however, like to be carried around like a baby (only by meowm).

I am sure Finn is excited for the weather to cool down so we can open his window again. It only took one day with the window open during the summer to learn that Finn is no guard cat and he certainly had no interest in chasing all the critters he let in. I really do wonder how he managed as a stray at 7-11.

We love Finn to bits and I am so grateful for everything that the Siamese Rescue did for him.

(Last update: Sep 7th, 2016 9am)

I am a pint sized powerhouse. Active, feisty, curious, outgoing - that's me! Think you can handle it??
Name:   Lexie
ID#: VA10210
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 08/06/14
Adopted: 09/06/14
Congrats: Pat
Foster: Christine

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Saturday September 6, 2014

I wrote a whole long thing and my ipod ate it before I could finish.

She was amazing in the car. Watched me some, then slept in the carrier's litter box (because it didn't slide). I guess she used all her words talking to Mumbai on the way to DE.

When we got here, I took her out of her carrier and put her in the litter box (so she'd know where it is). In her first two hours here she ate, drank, and peed in the litter box.

Thank you so much, Christine, for all the wonderful stuff!! She loves the crinkle ball and tom and I were playing kitten in the middle with her. She has also had a lot of fun exploring. No inappropriate climbing or scratching ... Yet. ;)

I unpacked her star turbo and she went right to the scratching pad and went to town on it. Good girl! She played with it some, but right now the toy of choice is the crinkle ball.

She shies a little if we try to pet her and is wiggle worm if we pick her up. I figure this is because she doesn't know us yet. Not gonna rush it.

More updates as we see how she fits in. She has stolen our hearts and we love the little girl.


Sunday September 7, 2014

This morning she graced us with a stinky poop. Tom said it woke him lol. Probably because her box is under the window fan so it breezed past me. Though playing with her tonight, her farts can clear the room!

We started the day with a good breakfast of eggs, bacon, and sausage (though to me it looked like canned kitten food). She is eating well and I think she knows she's home.

She loves jumping on the back of the recliner to make it rock. She also uses it as a launch point to pounce onto our beds. She had an early morning game of hop on pop.

I put her fleece mat in the window with a pillow leading to it. Introduced her to the back yard channel. She watched a little of the creek channel yesterday.

Right now she is anxious to start exploring the rest of the house. Since we can close off parts we may let her explore the second floor starting Tuesday.

We can pet her and scoop her up to put her somewhere, like in the window. She is happy to see us when we come in the room and ready for more playtime. We are happy to oblige!

Oh and home opening wins for the Steelers and Eagles!


Monday September 8, 2014

She's decided this is home. Whoever is in the room, that's where she is. I had brought up my laptop and played with her while I reviewed some documents. Guess I wore her out, she napped while I worked after that.

We have to open the door slowly, she's ready to explore. She also likes to hide under the recliner and ankle attack! when we come into the room.

She is still an early riser. When I go back to getting up at 5:30am, she's gonna be pouncing on poor sleeping Tom.

Got my first purr this morning when she was having breakfast. Good volume. She may be a loud purrer when she gets bigger. Right now she doesn't exhibit the 'meezer chatatude, just a peep if she wants our attention.


Thursday October 8, 2014

She's been with us a month now. Had her first vet visit a week after we brought her home, they were very surprised that she'd been "fixed" already. She behaved well and let me cradle her.

Ok, this is a defective meezer. I mean really. Not much of a voice, just a little chirp now and again. Where's the long diatribe to which I'd grown accustomed? And her points! Shameful! Instead of adorable grey stripes on her arms and legs, she looks more like she's wearing while evening gloves and hip waders. What respectable siamese trots about without her gioves and boots????

LOL We love this girl so much. She's getting bigger and really adores both of us (though probably more partial to Tom since he works from home). She now has full run of the house and is a very happy kitten for that. She's taken over the "kitty condo" we have in the den - if she wants to sleep near us and not be disturbed, she crawls in there to sleep. We haven't set up the tree yet, when we do, she'll be in heaven. She still likes to sit on the back of the recliner and has a couple favorite windows. We'll have to put ledges in the windows for the colder months so she can still watch the backyard and creek channels.

She'll watch me hanging laundry and when I call to her, she'll start rubbing the screen (she does that when she sees us through any window and we talk to her). She knows the car sounds, meets me at the door when I get home. Since we have an alarm set-up, the doors go beep-beep-beep when they're opened so she knows when someone is coming or going. The one that surprised us was last week. We normally go in and out the back door. Well, last Thursday it was raining so as we walked home, we decided to just go in the front. She still met us at the door - she was looking through the door before we even opened it!

She has started inappropriate scratching. That just means she needs to be clipped and we need more scratching posts. She does respond to a sharp HISSSSS but I think that will wear off soon enough.

Did I mention yet that we ADORE this little girl? And we are so happy that she loves us too.


November 5, 2014
Two months with our angel. She steels the hearts of everyone who meets her. Tom's brother stayed with us a couple days the end of October. He professes to be "alergic" to cats. We warned him that she'd probably sleep at his feet. She did and he suffered no ill effects. Heh! A couple days ago he called, not to talk to either of us, but to ask how "his girl" was doing.

She really LOVES sitting in the windows. Unfortunately, now that it is getting colder, the windows are closed at night. Poor girl has crashed into them more than once. She'll figure out soon enough how to see when it is closed and when it is open. The hard part with the window shelves is that they expect a sill. We have no sills on our old windows so that makes this a little tricky.

She is also a treasure hunter. She brings Tom all sorts of things she finds, such that we wonder where she is finding them! The pen was easy, she was playing with a pen I'd dropped and I said, "take that to daddy, he needs a pen" and she trotted off with it. The ones that I find particularly bizarre are the two ear spoons she found. No idea where they came from, the only one I knew of was the bamboo one that was not in the collection. We're hoping she can find some early American artifact.

Still not much of a talker. A chirp now and again, especially if we're ignoring her. She does have a good purr and is getting more generous with it. She doesn't play favorites at night, she'll take turns sleeping with either of us or, more likely, will sleep in the chair between our beds. She's responding to Lexi better than Peep (though we still think that's her secret name) and will usually (ahem) come when called.


Oh yes, the honeymoon is over. LOL

Actually, Lexi's a pretty good girl. We can tell she's a "Teenager" because now she talks back at us. "Lexi, don't do that!" "mew mew mew mew" (which, of course, means "you're not the boss of me!" or "You're not my REAL mom/dad") She is crazy for fetching. I've never seen a cat play that so much. We've started keeping a stash of pens nearby so that when she brings an "inappropriate" toy (something that garners a "Where did you find THAT?????") we can toss her a pen instead. I have a video of her with an aluminum take out pan. Today I was installing mini blinds and took out one of the slats. When I went to put it back, it was gone. She had stolen it and taken it upstairs. When she starts steeling my tools, I'm gonna worry.

Don't think she'll ever get a legitimate meezer voice. And it suits her. She uses her words, when she's happy she'll chirp and when she's been scolded she'll mew. Haven't heard the "bird call" yet but the windows are now open since it's gotten warm and they are both trying to find which they like best.

She and Boris are best buds, usually find them in cat pile together. He adores her and sometimes she'll pull a "greta garbo" just to take a break from him. He doesn't do the same, just looks a little frustrated when she's full on excited on him. The only thing Lexi doesn't like to share with him are her people. If he's laying next to Tom, she'll wiggle between them.
Boris' foster called the other day to check up on him (its been 3 months). Tom said they sounded surprised when he told them that he and Lexi were fine together by the second day. Took him longer to warm up to the humans than Lexi.
I'll edit some of the video I took of Lexi - her first foray into the snow (very confused by it) and carrying up the metal pan - and post them. And more pics.
We love our kits!


September 6, 2016

Two years with the girl! Still not a talker, Boris seems to do that for her. She still likes to play with her Turbo and play fetch. Her favorite things to fetch are crochetted snakes and plastic straws. I don't think she'd do a metal pan again. She and Boris are very good about porch time - it's not enclosed or screened in and they understand the rule of not venturing off or porch privileges are taken away. No real desire to go outside otherwise. Which is good because even though we haven't seen the fox, there are still eagles, ospreys, and falcons that might make off with a little Lexi.

She's not so little anymore. She's stockier than most meezers, but that doesn't hinder her leaping ability. In an earlier post I mentioned her "Garboing" (I vant to be ah-lone). Her spot is on top of the china closet in the living room. It's over 6' tall and she seems to have no problem leaping from the back of a chair to the top.

She isn't a cuddle kitty, but she likes to hang with me when I'm working at home. Usually she's just out of easy reach. Though when she does want pets, she lets me know. I'll be in bed and she'll start headbutting me to give her strokes. And if she's really fidgety, she'll jump on me and "pussyfoot" (There's a WB cartoon called "Feed the Kitty" where a big bull dog adopts a tiny kitten. She'll climb on his back and make biscuits, he'll make faces. That's me and Lexi.)

(Last update: Sep 6th, 2016 2pm)

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Name: Ajani

(FKA Whitey)

ID#: VA11624
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 08/08/16
Adopted: 08/21/16
Congrats: Faith
Foster: Jackie

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
I was surrendered to animal control when my owner had to go into assisted living and couldn't take me or my "brother". He was adopted at the shelter and here I am in Siamese Rescue. I'm a friendly and outgoing guy. I got along fine with my brother, but I can get kind of rough, so I would need another confidant cat that will stand up to some rough play. Same thing with little kids! Not sure about dogs, though. I'll be going to the vet soon, but I had been seen by the vet before, and I have a nice, sleek coat and I am still young - my age is pretty well known since she had me from a kitten. More pictures and a better movie coming soon, but get ready to ask about me because handsome flames like me don't come around every day! Yes, I admit - I know I'm handsome.

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Notes from Home
Ajani (ah-johnny) is settling in nicely. He now has the full run of the house. Ajani love to play fetch and bat his toys around the house. He is especially active during the wee hours of the morning! He is getting along well with our dog Phoenix. Ajani is very affectionate. We have fallen in love with this sweetheart!
(Last update: Sep 6th, 2016 11am)

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