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ODIN
Foster Meowm says I am the best loverboy and I will curl up on you as soon as you sit down. Sometimes I love on the dog, too, and the dog licks me, which I don't mind, but Foster Meowm seems to think that makes me slimy. My foster brothers are fun, too.

We had a long conversation, and I told her I am one laid back kitty! Laid back does not mean lazy. I have a lot of energy and I love to race around the house after anything that moves, including my foster brothers. We run around the house side by side, up and down the stairs. Foster meowm says she may as well have bought a race track - all I know is I need to run around and keep my slim figure so someone will fall in love with me.

I did tell her I had to get rid of that picture of me in the bad place I came from, so she made me watch her fingers to get this picture. I kind of like it, do you? I am a handsome loverboy, all ready to fall in love with my furever person. You should send an email if you have room for a laid back handsome boy in your house.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Odin
ID#: VA5369
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 11/20/07
Adopted: 12/22/07
Congrats: Amy
Foster: Jeannie

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
Odin has been with us for seven years, and has been a great joy in our lives. He is still very active and very social. He rides in the car with me to the bottom of my driveway and nods his head up and down while he watches for the school bus to bring my daughter home. He sleeps in our beds and investigates anything new that comes into the house. He loves to chase a red laser dot and rattle around in paper bags. He is a very necessary part of our family, and I thank all of the volunteers who helped in getting him to us here in West Virginia
(Last update: Jan 24th, 2015 7am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Xena
ID#: VA9659
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: female
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 11/05/13
Adopted: 12/20/13
Congrats: Joanne
Foster: Huey

Foster Notes

XENA
KITTEN FUN IN AN ADULT PACKAGE!!
Do you like the idea of being able to play with your kitten, only to realize the WORK they can be?

Here, you have the best of both worlds-
Xena will play when you want, but then she is happy to sit beside you while you read or whatever you like!

No mess- no scratching, biting, jumping on the table, or any other bad "kittenie" thing!

This lover girl's human has passed, but is bravely willing to give another home a chance. Are you the one? Click that button and find out!

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Notes from Home
Xena has settled in very well. She is co-existing with Zeus although not really friendly yet. They pass by each other without any issue and will eat treats together, but if food is not involved Xena prefers he stay at least 6 inches away. Now if food is involved then all bets are off, she's been known to fish treats right out from between his front feet :)
She is getting more comfortable in the house, the bedroom is still her safe room but she's spends a lot of time in the kitchen (i.e. food) and is starting to explore the living room and hang out there some. Also it appears she's starting to use the main litter boxes in the laundry room so I should be able to move the litter box out of the bedroom soon.
The only minor issue is that Zeus is a very slow eater, he takes a few bites and leaves, comes back and eats a few more bites, etc., he can take 4-5 hours to eat a third of a can of wet food. Xena is not a slow eater, she finishes hers and is quite willing to finish his too. For now they are fed in separate rooms and I pick up his food when he leaves and put it back when he comes back looking for more. When I go to work I put his bowl by his bed, if he's in his bed Xena won't go there so the food is safe as long as he's there. They both have dry available all the time but Xena doesn't need the extra wet food - and Zeus does need it, he's smaller than her and very lanky. Hopefully as she gets used to having the dry food around she won't be so determined to eat all the wet food as soon as she can.
She's playing with her toys and using the scratching post and she chatters away when I come home. She was using her favorite box that came with it for a few days but then her millie bed came and she has given up the box in favor of the millie bed. She gets in the bed and kind of lounges over the side surveying everything that is going on.
All in all Xena is a pleasure and was very easy to integrate into the household.

1/13/14 - I'm not positive but I think Xena and Zeus are interacting when I'm at work. I came home last Thursday and Zeus never woke up. I shook his bed, no response. Then I petted him and he just grumbled and burrowed down further into the bed, never opened his eyes. He was too tired to get up for dinner. A couple hours later he woke up and wanted a snack, obviously he had been doing something during the day that really tired him out.
The night before I'd been playing with Xena with 'feathers on a stick' and Zeus joined in. He's much slower than Xena but they both played without any fuss.

Also Xena is starting to relax about mealtimes. She still gets excited but she doesn't always finish everything in the first 5 minutes and then go looking for more. Sometimes she leaves some wet food and comes back later to finish.

The other night she was in the kitchen and suddenly I heard a lot of squeaking. She's found out old country houses have mice. She didn't actually kill one but she definitely put the resident mice on notice that there was a younger hunter in the house. :)

1/20/14 - Xena and Zeus are continuing to work out their relationship. Yesterday she approached him and started sniffing noses and checking him out. It only lasted a minute or two, it is the first time I've seen her make the approach though, it's usually him. She has tried to get him to chase her a few times and he occasionally complies, he's not much of a chaser and usually stops after two rooms. While she wants to run all through the house, up and down stairs, etc.. He's tried to get her to wrestle, she wants nothing to do with that. At this point they appear to have two different play styles and are working out what to do with each other. I have seen him pick up a toy and go over to her and chat, she ignored him so he went and played by himself. His play sessions are usually pretty short 5-10 minutes, which isn't surprising at his age.

Xena did have a couple episodes on inappropriate elimination, she urinated upstairs a couple times. Not all the time but more than once. Since the downstairs is such an open environment and because Zeus uses all 3 litter boxes that are downstairs I thought she might not be that comfortable and wanted more privacy. I got another (4th) litter box and set it up upstairs. She is using it and so far no more 'outside the box' issues. I'll keep my fingers crossed this solves the issue. I've seen her stop playing and go running upstairs and then hear her scratching in the box. Zeus very rarely goes upstairs anymore so she's got a private box now. If that's what it takes so be it.

1/28/14 - Had a breakthrough last night. Xena has been very friendly but she tends to confine herself to the bedroom, kitchen, and upstairs. She looks into the living room and occasionally passes through but that's it. I tend to spend time with her in the kitchen during the evening. Yesterday there was a lot of snow so after work I had to clear the driveway in addition to other chores after work so didn't get into the house until late. I did pet her and talk to her while I was getting dinner, I was tired though and went to sit in the living room right after eating. Zeus promptly crawled in my lap. Xena came and looked in, I called her over but she grabbed a toy and started playing with it where I could see her, chirping away. When that didn't get me out of the chair she made a few run bys, then all of a sudden jumped up onto the arm and sniffed at Zeus, he ignored her. She sat on the arm a few minutes while I petted her and then went down to the ottoman and took a very thorough bath. After that she curled up leaning on my legs and went to sleep. She stayed there until I got up to go to bed. Maybe she's starting to get the idea we can all hang out together, nothing bad will happen :)

3/27/14 - It's been a while since the last update, kind of been buried under winter, hasn't everyone. Xena seems to be fully settled in. Whenever I sit down to relax in the evening she comes running chirping away to sit on my lap, doesn't matter if Zeus is there or not she'll share my lap with him now. At first she was very particular about making sure he wasn't touching her at all, now if his tail happens to stray into her territory it's no big deal.
She's had no more accidents since put a litter box upstairs. She uses it most of the time but occasionally will use one of the downstairs ones.
She's turned out to be a pretty demanding lady, she wants what she wants and there is no compromise :) She has decided she likes duck better than chicken so on the days she gets chicken she sniffs it and runs after me complaining that she's hungry and there is no way she can eat THAT. I ignore her and then to concedes to eat chicken. Poor thing. Also every evening when I get in from doing the barn chores she must have her dental treats. She just must, she finds it very annoying that I take off my boots and coat first.
And she loves to play. Who knew a pipe cleaner would be a favorite toy.
She is really a joy to have around.


6/11/14 - Xena continues to be a joy. She is a smart little thing. With the arrival of spring some bold mice decided to move it. Xena enjoyed this immensely. After she'd catch one she had to sing and chatter for a good 10-15 minutes letting me know in detail how she did it. Unfortunately many of these adventures occurred in the wee hours of the morning. One morning at 3AM I was awakened by the mouse song, got up and disposed of the body. Xena was not done singing, knowing it was a bad move even as I was doing it, I gave her a treat so she'd quiet down. I just wanted to go back to sleep. Next day at 3AM she's singing away again, got up but could not find any body. Then I noticed something on the bed, looked a little bigger than a mouse, check it out and it's a glove. Had to explain to her she did not get a treat for 'killing' a glove at 3AM. Actually she would never get a treat for killing a glove :)
I believe the body count stands at 6 for now. Haven't been any new 'adventures' for a couple weeks. She still prowls the kitchen every night after it gets dark though.

8/15/2014 - A sad update. I lost Zeus this week. He was bright and alert but his body was failing him. He was 19. Xena is alone now. I'm watching her to see how she handles it. She didn't appear to interact with Zeus that much but he was there with her and now she's alone all day. She does come running whenever I come in the house, chatting away and wanting petted so I think she's feeling a little lonely. After a few minutes she settles down and once she sees I'm staying inside she heads off to do 'cat things'. I'll see how she adjusts in the next couple weeks.

1/23/15 - Earlier this week Xena decided she hated the boys, hated them! Not that I really blame her. She consented to let Magnus lay next to her, not cuddling, but touching. Then when her back was turn he attacked her in a full blown wrestle maneuver. Xena does NOT wrestle. There was much hissing, and growling, and yowling. Then she retreated to the upper levels of the cat tree and fumed. If anyone even thought of getting near the tree she made it known they were not welcome. Next morning she was still holding a grudge, no one could come within 15 feet of her. By evening she'd settled down. Then last night she let Magnus lay next to her again, but gave Snarf the evil eye when he was thinking of getting up on the chair. So while I was at work sly little Magnus convinced Xena it was all Snarf's fault :) Luckily Snarf is so easy going he just adjusts, well it looks like she's in a bad mood I'll just walk over here, no big deal. This morning she was letting Snarf rub against her while they were waiting for breakfast so I guess things are back to normal. Xena seems to feel she needs to keep a closer watch on Snarf. Poor Snarf he wasn't even in the room when it happened.

(Last update: Jan 23rd, 2015 3pm)

VIXEN
Fun loving, I'm a typical intelligent super playful snowshoe gal. I love a good game of chase, tag and hide and seek, so if you have a young kitten, or a guy that can keep up with me, bring him on - er, I mean, take me home! My only bad habit? I love all food, so am likely to counter surf a bit checking out your leftovers! However my high energy keeps my figure slim and trim, and I'm all about having fun!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Vixen

(FKA Eysis)

ID#: VA10315
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 09/14/14
Adopted: 12/06/14
Congrats: Stacey
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
1/22/15 Just wanted to give you an update on Vixen after having her a month & a half. She is totally integrated into the family (see new photos). My hope, before adopting her, was that she would play with my younger dog. Well, she does! :) They tear through the house (Siri, very much like the video of Vixen & Skeets that you posted) and both look like they are having a blast. Thank you ladies so much for such a wonderful cat!

12/20/14 Siri & Monique, thank you so much for such a great cat! You have provided me the cat I have always wanted! Her new name, Vixen, fits her perfectly! She is playful, happy, doesn't mind the dogs and is already fitting into the family! Siri, you were correct, she is mischievous, naughty and fun! But when she is tired out from playtime, she is content to share my recliner, either on my lap or perched on the back with me and one of the 50 pound dogs. As I type this, she is perched behind me, making sure I write her a glowing report! I truly believe she thinks my fish tank is here for her viewing enjoyment, and she also loves watching the bird feeder in the front yard. Thanks again, ladies for this great and wonderful girl.


(Last update: Jan 23rd, 2015 3pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Tosca
ID#: VA7415
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 11/18/10
Adopted: 01/22/11
Congrats: Danielle
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 any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
TOSCA
I'm a petite sky Meezer type cat that loves to climb, play, inspect, supervise and be typical female Miss bossy pants. Great health and good habits round out my picture. I'm probably best as the only cat though I wouldn't rule out a playful male kitten who would let me be the Queen Bee!
Notes from Home
Tosca has been with us for 2 weeks and we are in LOVE and SO is she. She settled into her new home AMAZINGLY well and quickly. She is such an equal opportunity petting girl, as she will only let you do it for so long and then she is on to the next person. She is great with her litter box, her scratching pads, eating and drinking. We have had no problems with her. She loves to have her belly rubbed. After just 24 hours she was loving on us for petting. She likes to sit in our 2nd story window to watch the birds, squirrels and dogs. Oh goodness does she have a lot to say!!! Super chatting, for such a little girl.

We are so happy with the adoption process and with our new addition. Thank you very much to all the volunteers for all they do!!

1/23/2012 Its official!!! Tosca has been part of our family for 1 year now, well just shy of s year if you deduct the 4 1/2 days (12/31-1/4/2012) she decided to go outside :-(. Thankfully the smarty pants walked back into our house via the sliding glass door I left open for her (not to get out, but to come home). She knocked 10 years off my life. SCRC was super helpful and supportive during those awful days, again we Thank You!. Such an amazing organization! I have become very good pen pals with our interviewer Sandi, we love you Aunt Sandi. We (my husband Scott and I) could not be happier with Tosca. She is a super sweet, VERY vocal, always where you are, little girl. I remember Siri telling me that she would be more than enough cat for 2 people, oh and she was so right. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! to everyone involved in SCRC.

09/19/2013 I just love re-reading Siri's notes on Tosca. She was so spot on with Tosca's personality.
Tosca has such a sweet and laid back personality. She wants to be where ever you are and in the middle of it. One of her favorite places to sit is with my husband at the dinner table. She just wants to be at our level, as she has no interested in the food, now maybe the napkin (play), but not the food. We can't imagine our life without her. Thank you SCRC for all you do!!

1/22/14 Three years today we picked up our little munchkin from the center. She is great! We just love her. Thank you to everyone at SCRC for all their help. I emailed them a couple of times this year regarding issues/suggestions for Tosca, they were always great at getting back to me and their information was invaluable. THANK YOU! To many more years with our teeny, weeny spoiled cat Tosca.

1/22/15 Four years, WOW. Tosca is doing great. She did have a few issues this year, that seem to be completely on the mend. :-) We are quite pleased. She still loves the banana Siri sent home with her, as her favorite toy, in addition to the 3 bananas we have since bought her. I tell people all the time, she is more dog than cat. She follows us everywhere, loves to cuddle, chatty, just an over all love bug. THANK YOU SCRC for all you do.

(Last update: Jan 22nd, 2015 11am)

TESSA
I am a sweet loving lady looking for a new home after being separated from my family. I lived with another cat but was not her buddy and I seem to be more confident without other cats. I have lived with dogs in the past and will be fine if they don't bother me. I love to be petted and brushed and will ask for tummy rubs altho I am a little uncomfortable with being picked up and carried around. Moderately chatty.
Purrs, Tessa
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Tessa
ID#: VA10129
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 07/05/14
Adopted: 12/21/14
Congrats: Sierra
Foster: Kay


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 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
Tessa immediately took to her new home as if she had lived here forever. She checked out her surroundings and then insisted we pet her. Snice she has came home she has met the dogs and even share the bed with them! She acts very funny and playful. Always demanding to be loved. She is really wonderful, I would say 1 in a million.
(Last update: Jan 21st, 2015 4pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Rumi
ID#: VA10398
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 10/12/14
Adopted: 10/25/14
Congrats: Amy
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
RUMI
Here's all you need to know about my favorite pasttimes:

Sit on your lap and give you nose kisses

Play with the dogs

Fetch a ball

Purr

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Notes from Home
Still cleaning up after the flood. I think Miko thinks I made good on my threat to "make a new cat with all the fur she leaves behind." She is very calm, but Rumi himself is very calm and curious. He found the old cat bed and was curled up in it when I woke up. He has also started return the mousies I throw. See, you can teach people new tricks!

10/31
Both kitties tired of waiting, Rumi escaped my bedroom and they ended up meeting in the living room. Rumi seems more aggressive, but only hissing and no swatting or growling. Miko backed off and needed cuddles. Later, put Rumi back in his room and he had cuddles, too.

11/3
Kitties have met.They are not best buds (but what do you expect after only a week?) We are able to keep the door to my (Rumi's) room open for most of the day and, occasionally, he will come out of it... usually when Miko is asleep in the front room. He has tried all the litter boxes, including the one in Miko's room.

They have had their first real confrontation today, when Miko chased Rumi back to his room, and he went under the bed. There was some hissing and growling (mostly on his part), She was fairly fluffed (he was not so much.) I separated them to give them a time out (though I probably shouldn't have.)

Rumi has a vet appointment scheduled for Friday. The vet said they had not got his paperwork, but I figure the office manager was probably just looking in the wrong place. Will bring the copies I was given just in case.

Rumi is still very cuddly with me, a little less so with Peggy. It's hard to believe he's only been here a week!

11/7
Rumi met the vet today (in addition to a very large Doberman who, thankfully did not want to do any investigation of that box across the room.) The vet's office had not gotten Rumi's vet history from SRC, but since I had a copy, I had them copy mine. He was a bit shivery (which the vet thought was from the cold, but I felt was nervousness.)

Rumi may have a slight arrhythmia in his heartbeat, but the vet said it was very faint and might not be there at all. He'll check again next year. He was much admired, and the vet does not consider him overweight at all. I think he may still slim down a bit when he's more comfortable in the rest of the apartment.

At the moment, we have kitty detente. Each pretends the other does not exist. Well, actually, Rumi pretends that Miko does not exist outside of "his room" and Miko wants to visit me and eat Rumi's food, but, hey, they are not fighting or even hissing much.

11/16
Rumi continues to become a little more outgoing which means he puts up with Miko's "invasion" of "his" room a bit less. He still lets her eat his food, but he watches her very, very closely all the time. He occasionally visits Peg's room, and the bathroom, and I've seen him halfway down the hall to the main room when we're all out here and I'm writing.

No fights, though still some hissing and he growls some when he feels she's gotten too close. This morning when I opened the door, he lay down on his side as if to say "bring her on."

12/17
All is quiet here and we have two cats who actually seem to like each other! Rum has come out of his shell and is really a sweet, funny cat. Miko likes him except when he's swatting her butt because she won't play with him.

He has not changed his mind about choosing me to be his human. He follows me around except when he's sleeping and has decided the best way to wake me up is to "aggressively snuggle." Who could resist him?

1/21
I guess they've passed the final test of compatibility.... they both slept on top of me for several hours last night. Rum is such a great cat, with a great sense of humor. He's still a bit shy of the wheelchair... "a chair... and it MOVES. Do the others do this? What kind of strange place is this that the chairs move? Does the sofa move as well?"

And he's just as likely to disappear for the duration of any visit as he is to make an appearance. You can never tell who he will come out for.

Lucky he's a well-behaved kitty and not prone to repeated (or upping) Miko's naughtiness. In fact, I think she may have learn a few manners from him!

(Last update: Jan 21st, 2015 9am)

EMMA LEIGHANNE
Petite and sweet. Dumped by her former family at a shelter for not leaving computer wires alone, this girl is so much more relaxed and showing lots of affection and cuddliness in her foster home. She will be ready to go home after she's spayed and recovered from that.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Emma Leighanne

(FKA Bandit)

ID#: VA9062
Location:  Delaware
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 02/09/13
Adopted: 02/23/13
Congrats: Sharon
Foster: Diane

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
Emma is doing great! It only took her a few hours to come out and play with the kids and me upon arriving at her new home. She loves her new toys and family. She really is eating up the attention. My two teenage girls are just loving her up. She goes to the vet for her first check up on Friday. She has acclimated extremely well.

Today is the month anniversary of Emma coming home. Yesterday, I told my mom that I feel like a new mom not wanting to leave her baby to go to work. Emma is so darn cute. She loves her new toys and plays fetch. She did great at her vet appointment. She was very scared leaving the house. I am sure she thought she was going to a new place again. The vet just praised the Siamese Rescue on your thoroughness and great care of these kitties. Emma loves to look out the window so I made her a little window seat so she could look out. We are so happy to her in our lives. Thank you for rescuing her and giving us the chance to have her in our lives. Emma still sleeps in my room at night but has the run of the house during the day. Our two sugar gliders are up in the cage at night. We haven't fully acclimated her to them yet so best to have her in my room until she does get use to them. She does love to watch them, "Cat TV."

(Last update: Jan 20th, 2015 12pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Cocoa

(FKA Foxy)

ID#: VA9715
Location:  Connecticut
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 11/27/13
Adopted: 01/10/14
Congrats: Tammy
Foster: peter


COCOA
I do like lap time with foster Pops, and I have remembered how to purr and chirp. Foster Pops bought me a fleece lined bed and it is perfect for kneading and purring, he tells me I'm special since I am a "Polydactyl cat ". I think he means that I have kitty thumbs on my front paws. I am still a little scared of the cats I see through the French doors of my foster room but foster pops ended my quarantine on December 12th when he has introduced me to his ambassador cat Tony. Tony is a stinky boy cat who eats my food and wanders all over my room but I am trying to be nice to him. I even let him get close enough to touch noses with me before I hiss at him. Oh well, time to go listen to more relaxing music since it's nearly bedtime.
I have met all of foster pops cats that's Tony, Shay, and Shadow (and they are all stinky boys). Foster pops says I can freely roam the house and he has left the doors open to the foster room so I can wander about, but I like the living room best. He tells me I will be ready to go home as soon as he finds someone who will love me more than he does.
Notes from Home
Hi, Cocoa has been in PA for a year now - and she is a great joy in my life. She just had her one year checkup and all is well with her. Thanks for your wonderful service!
(Last update: Jan 19th, 2015 2pm)

ORSINO
How can no one have chosen me yet? I don't know why but I do know that I'm having a great time playing and hanging out here at my foster home with a dog and some other cats. I like to play with just about anything, and if you need some things investigated and examined and batted around, I'm your guy! I'm a beautiful lynx point boy with white feet. And my coat might end up being a little longer than the average meezer. They said my dad might have been the neighbor's ragdoll. One thing I do know is that I'm adorable!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Orsino

(FKA Jon Snow)

ID#: VA10382
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 10/08/14
Adopted: 11/15/14
Congrats: Avasa
Foster: Rinn



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Notes from Home
Orsino is such an incredible kitty! He became very closely bonded with my daughter-in-law's kitten, Aloysius. Orsino would cry for Aloysius when he left. (Moxy also fell in love with Aloysius.) We all agreed it wouldn't be right to separate them from each other. So, now Aloysius lives with Mama Moxy and Orsino. They are the best of friends.

Orsino is comfortable wearing a walking jacket and walking on a leash. He and Aloysius have their own car seats, but they love riding together in a stroller. Aloysius doesn't like car rides, but Orsino loves them. Orsino doesn't like being confined by a car seat unless I pet him for reassurance.

I would wishes is almost ready to be neutered. This scares me because Moxy almost bled out and died when she was spayed. Besides, how am I going to tell Orsino they can't play rough for a few days?

Orsino has been registered as my emotional support animal. He makes it so much easier for me to be around people because he calms me down. I cannot believe Orsino is real! I love that boy!!!

(Last update: Jan 18th, 2015 1pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Grace
ID#: VA8016
Location:  Illinois
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 08/27/11
Adopted: 12/03/11
Congrats: Joanne
Foster: Joy

Foster Notes

This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
GRACE
There's no place like home, there's no place like home, there's no...... I keep trying to make that work, like Dorothy did in the Wizzard of Oz, but no matter how many times I say it I haven't gone home yet. Maybe I need a pair of magic slippers. Maybe, I just need to find the right someone to give me that wonderful place called home. Please tell me that's you? I am a talker, love to purr, cuddle, play, and just be a part of everything you're doing. I only took a few days to settle in, and now I go up to everyone, even people I don't know, and ask for a pet or a game with the wand toy. Foster Mom keeps telling me I'm an amazing girl, and someone just needs to see that. And I keep repeating, there's no place like home, in hopes that soon I will have a forever home of my very own. Please ask about me and consider giving me the home I so long to find.

Purrs
Grace
Notes from Home
1/18/15 Update on Grace. Grace has become closest to my daughter, age 11, and spends most nights on her bed. But if I am working at the computer, she has a most urgent need to be petted or must lay on my papers. She has become more of a lap cat, but always on her terms. She still loves her time out on the screened in porch and loves to watch squirrels and birds. She loves to lay on any strange paper or coat, claiming it for herself. In fact, if she's upset, she calms herself down by laying down on a piece of paper. Like most Siamese, she's very chatty and demanding when it's time to be fed. She had a clean bill of health from the vet recently. Grace is still our beautiful kitty.

6/3/12 Update on Grace, or Gracie as we call her. When Grace first came to us, she was comfortable in my son’s room only where we had a great cat condo for her, her box and bowl. From her condo, she can see out the window and she likes that. She seemed to expand her comfort zone each week – to the rest of the upstairs, to the downstairs (rare appearances), to being near us, to being on top of whatever I am working on. She loves to lay on strange textures – aluminum foil, crunchy bags. She loves to spend time on the screened porch watching the birds.
We have a dog and are host to another small dog for a few months. She has given both of the dogs a quick smack down with her claws letting them know when she is not in the mood to be bothered. But lately, they have greeted her with quick nose kisses.
Grace lets us know when she is hungry by leading us to her bowl. I feed her in the morning. She eats the same food she ate when she came to us. She also asks for treats which she LOVES. She gets treats once or twice a day. She tells us what she wants. She’s quite chatty.
We have no medical concerns with her. She does not like to be picked up. She does not like to be held. These were two things I asked for so I’m not sure what happened in transition or in translation. She sleeps on the kids’ beds, but she is usually near me during the day. She’s next to me on top my papers right now.

(Last update: Jan 18th, 2015 1pm)

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