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Almost two months inside where it's warm, lots of food and love. Poppa Peter put up a bird feeder outside just so I could watch the birdies!

While I'm still a bit of a shy boy, (Meowm Trish calls me the Turtle kitten-boy), today I discovered what fun it is to play with Dee Dee, the tiny kitten-girl who is also a foster meezerette here at the Italian B&B for Wayward Siamese. We romped around the family room much to Meown Trish's delight. She's so proud that I'm out and about with my tail up exploring. I like to play with the big orange silicon ball that's in my condo - it lights up!

I do speak up when it's time for meals, and use my litter box like the good kitten I am. Late at night, Meown can hear me playing with my toys. And do I love fresh cooked chicken and baked fish- YUM!

Do you have a young girl kitty to be my best friend?

Your boy Ernie

(note from Foster Meown Trish: Ernie is a bit under-socialized from living outside for nearly 6 months - His new family will need to very very patient and let him develop his social skills on his terms - he's making progress each day - his littermates are love bugs, so I think Ernie will be too, just on his own schedule! )
Name:   Ernie
ID#: VA8229
Location:  Connecticut
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 12/07/11
Adopted: 01/28/12
Congrats: Abigail
Foster: Trish

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


Notes from Home
Ernie was a withdrawn, scared little fellow, missing his best friend, little DeeDee. I slowly gained his trust by keeping him in his "safe"room, where he could survey the world from up on a perch in the towel closet. After a few days of feeding him favorite foods off my fingers, he let me pet and stroke him, rolling over and purring. I then allowed him to roam in the living room, and kept him from finding hiding places by putting his favorite sleeping Tee-Pee in the LR. Unfortunately, we had a vet appointment, I had to scruff him to get him to get into the carrier. He was good at the vet and deemed healthy, but we lost some of the trust-relationship that was so hard to achieve.
Ernie has evolved day by day... he has blossomed into a cuddler, a completely relaxed boy, who initially required time and patience and some trust gaining interventions using his favorite feather-toy to stroke him, then working my hand in instead of the feather! We still have a way to go, but he and Taylor are sleeping on my bed the last two nights. Ernie also attacks my Boston fern, which I in effect have given to him. More to come....Abi. See Utube video of Ernie and Taylor on their first night at "mau4meezers"

Three weeks later Ernie has grown, is a sleek muscular strong "teenager". He is very energetic, I need to play with him and his sister to diffuse some of their energy. He has taken to bullying Taylor, who is about half his size. She can stand up for herself, but sometimes I am afraid she'll be traumatized by it. Generally, they play together very well and share their food without territorial battles. (see Taylor's update)

Ernie and I are best buddies now. Its already been 6 months! With me he is so gentle and loving. He never gets enough playtime. Taylor, his sister is smaller and slightly younger and she tends to barge into Ernie's playtime and overtake everything. I try to keep Ernie feeling special by playing with him while Taylor is busy sleeping (or other things). Ernie dominates the food bowl and has a great appetite. Both kitties love to play in water, and I bought them a Drinkwell fountain for Ernie's birthday. You'll see from the pics that Ernie's eyes are vivid blue. My biggest problem is I want to show him off, and share him with friends. He has such severe stranger anxiety that very few friends have even seen him. He runs and hides under the bed. I really except Ernie as is....and he has come so far with me over the past 6 months that I'm hoping over time, this too shall pass.

This is the 1 Year anniversary of the day my boy came to me. We got to be best buddies and he shadows me everywhere except when he wants to get some daytime catnaps. He curls up on the fluffy down quilt every night, he actually sinks down into it so he's nice and warm. He still is shy with strangers but has come to trust some of my friends and my Dad the operative word is speak softly, no scary fast moves and Play, Play, Play! Ernie is not the kind of guy that can be bought with a good meal!
As for his playmate and sister Taylor.....the two of them are incorrigible! They chase each other around at night when I get home (want to play and eat) and wake me like good alarm clocks at 5AM every morning. Even on Sunday. They are evenly matched now in weight, although Ernie is a bigger cat. That means Taylor is too fat!
Ernie is very healthy, sleek and gorgeous. His back fur had darkened to a tawny-taupe color. his points and mask are nearly coal black, although he is technically "sable". I love him sooooo much and thank and bless the day he came to me.

It is the 2 yr anniv of Ernie arriving into my life and heart. His eyes are deep blue against his stunning, shiny black-seal pint mask. His last check up was excellent......no more tooth extractions needed. (During the fist year, E developed severe gingivitis and required all his molars to be extracted.) He eats quite well, and for a male cat prefers wet food over dry although does snack on Taylor's kibble. Ernie's favorite toy is the laser wand. I am carefully to keep it out of his eyes. He likes Da Bird and a wire wand toy that has sparkly Mylar and feathers. Some newer pictures.

Today Ernie is 3 yrs old. He is beautiful, sleek with a tawny back and dark sable points. His underside is a light buff/white with the black midline stripe. Eyes are deep blue. He is a one person cat and showers me with affection but gives all my friends a scared cold shoulder. I think we share a mutual admiration and I love to play with him. he even cuddles, which is very unusual for a feral cat. We have an affection seeking competition going on between Ernie and Taylor (my other rescue). In general they sleep together and play, but sometimes the play gets rough and one or the other will stalk their prey. At least they take turns. I am so fortunate to have Ernie. There is never a dull moment...Happy Bithday Dear Boy!
1/28/15- Its been 3 years with Ernie now.....My boy has become a loyal, faithful companion, so uniquely himself and a one-person-cat. He loves dogs but is so shy of other people. Ernie's antics keep me laughing and he loves to eat. I had his molars removed during his second year of life due to bone loss around his teeth, and that has not changed his eating habits. I am careful that he doesn't get large chunky food but he manages most everything else. He is sneaky and I have to keep him away from chocolate ice cream which is bad for him. He is a great companion for my little Taylor who teases him by playing coy. She sometimes has to fend off amorous advances (odd because they are both neutered). My Ernie and Taylor make my family complete. Thank all of you at the Siamese Rescue for bring Ernie to me, and a special appreciation to Trish Manfredi and Peter Kuck on this 3rd year anniversary!

(Last update: Jan 28th, 2015 11am)

Name: Mercutio

(FKA Arienti)

ID#: VA10331
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 09/20/14
Adopted: 10/11/14
Congrats: Lucie
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
Young, fun, sweet and loving - how about it anyone?
Notes from Home
Mercutio and I are spending the snow day together working on the computer!

He is a wonderful home companion! Every evening when I get home from work he greets me by jumping onto my shoulders for a ride around the house. The first time was a little surprising, but now we both know the routine! He loves playing with his feather toy, running in and out of this kitty tent, chasing the laser pointer, and sleeping in front of the window. On chilly days, he has a nice spot set up in front of the radiator. And he LOVES boxes. He has a box in every room that he can sit in (depending on where I am). He loves cuddling with guests on the couch, though they get the occasional nip. We are still working on that, but sometimes it's the just only way to remind me that it's food time, or play time! He has his own spot on the bed and likes to wake me up in the morning with licks!

A month after I adopted him he started having very mild asthma attacks. After a few vet visits, we came to the conclusion that it is most likely seasonal allergies, or my perfume!, that sets him off. The climate is quite different from the streets of Baltimore! He hasn't had one this winter, so we'll play it by ear when spring comes. I happen to have very serious allergies to many environmental triggers, and it just so happens that we were having attacks at the same time! Like mother like kitty, eh?

He met my neighbor's dog last week and they hit it off great. Such an easy going little guy!

He's a sweet boy and is thankful every day for Siamese Rescue! Maybe someday they might bring him another friend....

(Last update: Jan 27th, 2015 5pm)

Sweet, lively, little girl .... with a loud voice!
Name: Olivia

(FKA Kimchi)

ID#: VA8905
Location:  Georgia
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
DateIn: 11/07/12
Adopted: 01/27/13
Congrats: Wayne
Foster: Jo

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
March 18, 2013. Kimchi is now called Olivia (she was briefly called Iris, but Olivia from Twelfth Night suits her so much better). She has made herself at home in our house, with us, with our pug Brutus, and our newest Siamese, Toby. She exhibited intense curiosity re: Toby from day 1, but within the last two weeks they've begun to play with each other and chase each other, a game only ruined when Brutus joins in. That said, while she's no great fan of the pug yet, she certainly stands her ground when he's around. Olivia is thus far a very odd mix of intensely social and intensely reserved. She always wants to be where we are, often quite close or even lying on our legs, to the point of following us from room to room, but once we and she are settled, she would prefer to be left alone. She is one very self-possessed little kitty!
(Last update: Jan 27th, 2015 10am)

Name:   Angelica
ID#: VA10068
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 06/07/14
Adopted: 07/02/14
Congrats: Charles
Foster: Carol

Foster Notes

This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
Hi! I'm Angelica.
I have to tell you right off the bat, I'm a talkative, chatty girl. I'm sure we could hold some great conversations about so many topics. Maybe the weather or what's on the menu for the day.
Meom tells me I'm such a good girl. I settled right in with all my good habits. I'm still a little apprehensive but I LOVE attention. My favorite thing to do is tunnel under blankets. Meom thinks I might have some mole genes in me! Oh, Ha Ha, she's real funny!
Do you need a sweet Siameezer to keep you company and carry on in-depth conversations?
I'm beginning to get used to the atmosphere here so we're not sure if I'll like the other kittys or not. I think I like to play. Meom is trying to see which toys I like the best.
You can ask her questions about me if you click the 'Ask about Me' button.
Go ahead so we can get to know one another!
Chirps, Angelica
Notes from Home

Angie had her first of two surgeries to remove all of her mammary gland tumors. Today our vet removed all the glands on her right side which showed more activity then the glands on the left. She sent in the largest tumor to be biopsied.

Angie did well through the surgery and after, although she has to be in pain. The poor girl has a 6 inch incision...ouch! We brought home pain med to give her orally, and antibiotics to begin giving her in her food tomorrow. Although we're technically only supposed to give her the pain medication every 8 hours, we were told to give it to her as needed and to come back and get more if necessary.

We're set her up in her "safe" room again and are going to try to keep her there for a couple of days, but she is already trying to come out. I'm pretty sure she is going to want to sleep with us tonight...oh well...maybe she won't meow all night and keep us up! :)

Unless a problem develops, we are supposed to bring her back in 14 days to be checked. The second surgery most likely won't be performed for at least 45 days or more so she has a chance to completely heal.

Thank you to Siri and the SCRC for helping us financially with Angie's operation! We so appreciate all the support, both the concerned emails from Carol, Diana and Siri, and financial.

On a lighter note I wanted to let everyone know that Angelica has completely warmed up to her new home and has laid claim to Chuck's lap. (He's in seventh heaven, as he was concerned that we might adopt a cat that wasn't a lap cat.)

I'll update Angie's page to keep everyone in the loop as to how she's coming along.


Angie is doing great! She continues to eat with her usual enthusiasm and also use her litter box. She appears to be in less pain and has decided it's time to come out of her safe room and roam the upstairs again. The surgery site continues to look healthy. She's still, obviously, moving a bit slower and is a little more cautious about doing any jumping (which is a good thing.)


Great news!!! Angie's biopsy showed negative for cancer. Woohoo! The vet does, however, recommend getting the other mammary glands removed (they are starting to show signs of tumor growth). When we take Angie back to see her for her post-operative exam on Monday the 4th, we will go over everything in more detail. Obviously, we want to give her as much time as possible to recover from the first surgery.

Angie is very comfortable and appears to be happy here. She is always affectionate and loves attention. She has decided that she will join us in the living room in the evenings, sleeping on Chuck's lap or next to me on the couch and she doesn't hesitate to greet anyone who comes into our house.

Chuck and I are totally in love with our little Angelica, whom we call Angie. She is so loveable and sweet. She loves her new bed, being scratched and pet, laying on Chuck's lap when he's in his armchair, and loves her food! She has put on weight since we adopted her in July, but we cut back on her wet and dry food and hopefully this will at least keep her from getting any larger.

She and our 14 year old beagle, Kasey, tolerate each other, mostly by ignoring each other. Kasey will sometimes go out of her way to avoid her, which leads us to believe that Angie has claimed ownership of the title "Queen of the House."

We are very happy with VASiamese rescue and have recommended your organization to everyone.

(Last update: Jan 26th, 2015 4pm)

Hi there!

Ready, ready, ready to go home!

I had my major inspection yesterday and I'm good to go. Can you believe it? I can...I have several years left so don't count me out. A great companion, cuddlebug, and I love other (laidback) kitties.

Lets face it--while rough and tumbling isn't my style anymore...I am a sweet, sedate lady.

So--how about bringing some sunshine home? Ask about me soon.

More to come,

Cleo 1331
Name: Miss Martha

(FKA Cleo 1331)

ID#: VA8214
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 16 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Chocolate
DateIn: 11/26/11
Adopted: 01/26/12
Deceased: 01/26/15
Congrats: Jim
Foster: Teresa

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Miss Martha (also known as Puss or Miss Puss) is adjusting well to her new home. We've had her now for almost a month. Although initially identified as "not much of a talker" she is becoming more vocal as her confidence increases. Turns out she is an office cat and loves to lounge about on our laps whenever we are working on the computer. She also spends evenings on the couch with us and just last night we gave her free run of the house and she spent most of the night in bed with us too. She is a very sweet cat and seems to be bonding with both of us equally.

3/9/12: Forget feathers or toy mice, her favorite toy is a shoestring! Puss loves to catch the string and has a great grip with her front toes. She will chase or bat at the string, catch it, and then bite on the end, then stare at us until we make the string move for her again.

8/13/12: Puss is slowing expanding her range/territory and now regularly uses the two rooms nearest her bedroom. She likes watching the butterflies outside her bedroom window and lounging in my office chair. Puss usually comes out beyond her three rooms at least once each evening to explore the rest of the house or come sit with us on the couch for a while. Her face has darkened considerably from the fever coat she had when we adopted her--so she looks younger than she did at first. She is a very happy cat--a little bit snotty to our dogs and hesitant at first meeting new people but otherwise a very sweet and affectionate cat.

1/26/15: Puss had a pancreatitis attack in 2013 from which we were able to nurse her back to health and she rebounded to her normal quality of life. She was not as lucky with her second attack which began on 10/4/14. We were unable to halt her systems from shutting down and once her kidneys shut down we made the difficult decision to put her to sleep on 10/7/14 rather than allow her to continue to struggle for her last few hours. In her last year she had become quite comfortable with the rest of our house. Every morning she would sit next in the chair next to my husband and "help" him with paperwork. During her last six months she often would fall asleep on my chest or next to me in bed--even if there was a dog there too!

(Last update: Jan 26th, 2015 2pm)

Name: Winston

(FKA Thunder)

ID#: VA10508
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
Date In: 12/14/14
Adopted: 12/26/14
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
Initially reserved, I'm quick to warm up once I get to know you and my surroundings. I came from a quiet home as the only cat so would like to go back into a quieter situation, but other cats seem to be okay, provided no one bullies me or picks on me (in other words I think I could learn to have a cat friend).

No new pictures yet
Notes from Home
Winston is doing well. He's relaxed and having fun playing with all his cat toys. No worries at all.
(Last update: Jan 26th, 2015 1pm)

Are you looking for a handsome boy like me with fur like velvet? I like laps and girl kitties are ok or I could satisfy all your needs and be your one and only.
Name: Mei Qiu

(FKA Mackie)

ID#: VA9752
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 12/18/13
Adopted: 01/26/14
Congrats: Wenji
Foster: Kathy

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
It's been six months since we had Mei Qiu with us. He's our first cat so we were unsure at the beginning but he turned out to be great! We even got him a girlfriend and they really like each other. Mei Qiu is definitely a happy cat now!

Today is Mei Qiu's first year anniversary with us. He's now a very mellow kitty and his front chest has actually become lighter in color!

(Last update: Jan 26th, 2015 11am)

Name:   Lina
ID#: VA6532
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 08/09/09
Adopted: 09/15/09
Congrats: Susan
Foster: Gina

I sure do like it here. Here I get to spend time with my new foster Mom and she gives my brother, Lucas, and me attention when we want it. The other place that I lived there were so many of us that there was just not enough time to get the human attention that I so love. My brother and I love it each other so much that we must go to our future new home together. I would be very unhappy without my Lucas. I can say that I have a great disposition and so does Lucas. As much as we love each other, we will love you more. So if you are interested in adding two beautiful and loving kitties to your family, then ask about me. You will be so glad that you did.
Notes from Home
I'm so sorry to let everyone know that I lost my sweet Lina the week before Christmas. I just picked up her ashes this past week. It's a plain, cream-colored urn that just doesn't fit the her unusual beauty. I always described her as a Blue Snowshoe. I never adorn my cats with collars or clothes, but I think I'll string a blue necklace for the neck of that plain urn.
I have never had a cat become so gravely ill in such a short time at such a young age. Danny, one of my almost 15 year-old Grey Tabby Bubba cats, had an infected tooth . Routine urinalysis showed he was not concentrating his urine. He was put on a low protein prescriptive diet. With no way to keep Danny out of everyone else's dry food, everyone got the Renal LP. I realized that Lina really didn't care for it. I made a couple of trips to Petsmart to find other foods that the other 3 would like and wouldn't be so bad for Danny if he raided the forbidden bowls. I was getting her to eat, but after a week I took her to the vet. Labs showed liver failure, pancreatitis and an anemia. In 10 days, she was so ill that I couldn't save her. It is devastating. I still cry when I see a picture of her. She was such a sweet beauty, so her urn will get necklace.

(Last update: Jan 25th, 2015 5pm)

Hi everyone! Nona here. I am the product of a BYB (back yard breeder) and she decided to "downsize" so she brought me to the local shelter. I am super friendly and in good condition so I have been well cared for despite the circumstances. I haven't met any of the cats here yet but I was in a cage at the shelter with one of my sisters so I'll probably be OK with other cats too but Foster Mom will find out for sure. As friendly as I am, Foster Mom says I would be enough cat to be an only cat for someone.

Why don't you get on my list so Foster Mom can tell you more about me as she gets to know me?

Happy New Year!
Name: Lucy

(FKA Nona)

ID#: VA7476
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 12/20/10
Adopted: 01/22/11
Congrats: James T
Foster: Kathy

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
It's hard to believe that it's been four years since we met the couriers on a snowy cold day to receive our 2nd rescue kitty, Lucy. She has been a delight & the perfect companion to Robbie. They get along really well. She is more independent than Robbie, but LOVES to be petted & will let you know if you stop petting before she's ready. We are so happy to have both of them. so glad we found out about the Rescue.
(Last update: Jan 24th, 2015 11am)

Name:   Sinbad
ID#: VA6490
Location:  Delaware
Sex: male
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 07/23/09
Adopted: 01/24/10
Deceased: 12/04/15
Congrats: Diane
Foster: Diane

Foster Notes

I must go home with my mom, Cybele. I'm very affectionate and have been purring and nuzzling my new foster mom, even after all the changes in my life. I would love to find a home not too far away from DE.

My eye isn't the prettiest but I can see just fine with the other one. I am a very handsome, cuddly fellow who purrs and can sing you to sleep at night. Can you provide me with the love my own mom gave me since I was born?

I love other cats and doggies so can live peacefully with critters you may already have. But remember I come with my mom because we sooooo love each other.
Notes from Home
Sinbad continues to be a sweet and vocal kitty. He has maintained level renal values in the past year. He is usually cuddled up with his best buddy, Rider, or his mom, Cybele in a millie bed. Prime sunshine real estate on sunny mornings is his favorite place to take a nap.

Still loving any food I can get. Mom makes me eat that darn special food but I prefer anything else. I love, love, love snuggling with Rider or Dad. He gives me lots of pets but won't let me sleep with him at night because I make him pet me all night long. It's been just a year since we moved here and I'm glad I got such a good home.

I am the ultimate lover and eater. I quickly learned that I could open the canister with our special food in it. Finally mom caught on and took care to secure it so Cybele and I couldn't munch at will. I love my mealtimes and am sure to finish everything. I hate being separated from Cybele and nuzzle her over and over when mom brings her for her meal. We both love to spend our days on the down comforters on Mom and Dad's heated waterbed. Such a hard life we have! I love all the other kitties here and always can be found close to one or more, especially Rider. We are the same age and the best buddies! Thanks to foster mom and dad for keeping me and my mom. We love you.

It's been another year and I did well on my darn vet visit. Only thing is that I now have some stuff in my mouth that meant I had to take medicine for a lot of days. But I'm still a lover-boy and spend time sleeping humans' bed, with mom Cybele and brudder, Rider, nearby. See you all next year.

Sinbad had another year to be loving and curled up with Cybele and Rider or even us. His bloodwork and exam were good but he did have to have another dental. The vet also prescribed a strong antibiotic so his injured eye now looks almost normal. What a wonderful official geezer Sinbad is! Purrs, everyone.

Sinbad continues to be a high visibility kitty here, letting us know that dinner is late or he wants attention. She loves to be cuddled up with his mom, Cybele, or Rider if he's not on a lap. Health concerns are minimal and he loves his raw diet. He's even lost the dry food pudginess and looks great.

(Last update: Jan 24th, 2015 11am)

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