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I just had my checkup today and the results are better than foster mom expected. I have had a flea allergy which has messed up my lovely hairdo, but now that the fleas are gone, I should look beautiful soon. I have a different looking nose which I have to live with but it should not be too bothersome if you can love me the way I look. It is the result of a wound of some sort with some scars on my face down to my nose and on my nose. My nose is split open a little on the tip, but it doesn't bother me and I hope it doesn't bother you. Right now, I'm tiny and pudgy. My New Years resolution is to reduce the pudge. Would you like to help me try?
Name: Chloe

(FKA Jasmine)

ID#: VA6082
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 17 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
DateIn: 01/06/09
Adopted: 02/07/09
Congrats: Amy
Foster: Kay


Notes from Home
Hi, my new name is Chloe (Chloe Pickles, to be exact). I was named by my four-year-old human brother. I am very happy in my new home. I love to sleep in the sun until my fur gets hot, and I take up residence on my human mom's lap whenever she sits down. I especially love food, and it doesn't have to be dry food or Fancy Beast (as my brother calls it). I love meat, and I will even eat your sandwich if you leave it unattended (see Exhibit A!). I am having a lot of fun here, and Mom and Dad tell me this is my home forever. Meow!

July 2016: Chloe is now about 11 years old and has been with us for over seven years. She has brought love, joy, and fun to us. She is incredibly affectionate and is true lap lizard. She is especially bonded with my 11-year-old son who adores her. She is still in very good health, although she is on prescription cat food and has few teeth left. We're so thankful for the dedicated volunteers at SCRC who made her adoption possible. She's a treasure!

February 2019: Chloe has been with our family for 10 years now! At age 14, she still is in good health and is a happy, affectionate girl. She now has two canine colleagues to whom she has adjusted well. In our new home, she especially loves to lounge by the fireplace. We love her!

(Last update: Feb 15th, 2019 1pm)

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Name:   Zuzu
ID#: VA4940
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 05/25/07
Adopted: 07/14/07
Deceased: 01/10/19
Congrats: Michelle
Foster: Sharon

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
Foster mom says Zuzu's petals represent love and a reminder of how precious life is and that is where she got my name. I am a bit people shy, but purr and lay my chin on foster mom's shoulder. I like to play and I really like other felines. I am like a little flower blossoming. My petals are opening to show my bright sunny middle. I really need a feline companion.

PS: This is my Meerkat imitation. Hold a feather duster in front of me and I will shawdow box with out you having to move it at all.

UPDATE: 6/27/07: I'm playing like a kitten, climbing like a monkey, running like a cheetah and developing good conversational skills with my new foster family. I'm just a happy Meezerette waiting on my furever home! If you need some excitement in your family, Asked About Me.

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I notified several of Zuzu’s fosters when she passed away Jan 10, 2019 a few months shy of her 13th birthday. It was very sudden. Clearn bill of health at her 6 month check up in early December. Emergency vet said it was likely heart of cancer. A sweet and loving girl to the end.
(Last update: Feb 13th, 2019 4pm)

Fantastic loving outgoing friendly AND declawed cat who loves everyone and everything I meet. An occasional hairball issue results in a potential spot on your white carpets, so don't apply if you're Martha Stewart. Other than that, let me kiss you all over endlessly and forever!
Name:   Grissom
ID#: VA6049
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 15 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
DateIn: 12/06/08
Adopted: 01/17/09
Deceased: 10/22/18
Congrats: Edward
Foster: Siri


Notes from Home
Deceased. Cancer
22 Oct 18

(Last update: Feb 11th, 2019 2pm)

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Name: Frida

(FKA Keeley)

ID#: VA5388
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 16 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 11/29/07
Adopted: 12/24/07
Congrats: Carol
Foster: Joyce

Dear Santa,

I've been a very, very good little girl and the only thing I want for Christmas is my own furever home. Foster Meowm says that I'm just about 100% purrrfect !

Thank You,

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It's hard to believe that it's been 7 years! After being shy at first, Frida has turned into the most affectionate snuggle bug I have ever met. She likes head scratches, naps, "helping" me work from home, and dinnertime :)

I'm sad to report that after 11 years by my side, Frida was put to sleep last night after many months of battling lymphoma. She was a sweet, sweet girl who loved chin scratches and sitting on my lap. She had a purr that could literally be heard from across the room, and that she kept on doing until the very end. Thank you to the Siamese Rescue for bringing this sweetheart into my life.

(Last update: Feb 7th, 2019 11pm)

Stunning seal female - foster mom is just silly when it comes to taking pics so some of them are blurry. She says I sound like a British police car. Me YOW!, Me YOW! As I settle in I will let you know more about me. Not too sure about other kitties yet though. I am a Queen in training you know!
Name:   Gemma
ID#: VA11929
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 01/28/17
Adopted: 02/11/17
Congrats: Marc
Foster: Debra


Notes from Home
We have recently moved to Rapid City SD. Gemma loves watching the snow out of the window.
(Last update: Feb 5th, 2019 9pm)

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Name: Snorri

(FKA Squeaks)

ID#: VA12741
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 08/06/18
Adopted: 01/12/19
Congrats: Heather
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
Lovely sweet boy who is not used to life in a home or with a family but really wants to learn! Easy going quieter household, no small kids please. Eager beaver for my food. Very cute, very outgoing, very playful, a little naughty and mischievous! Hey, I just want to have fun!!!

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Notes from Home
20 January 2019 - Snorri (formerly Squeaks) has been happily settling into his new home for just over a week now. He’s sweet, playful, and affectionate 😊 Snorri has already identified a few choice places to nap and some favorite toys with which to play. He still loves his food (a little too much) and is trying to figure out how to make those tricky treat balls give up their yummy kibble😉 We’ll get there! Next Saturday he has his first vet check up, so we’ll let everybody know how it goes.

3 February 2019 - Apologies that this update is week late. Snorri had a good wellness check with his vet last Saturday:) He was a big hit with all of the vet techs who kept commenting on how handsome he is;). His cute antics did not stop the vet from putting him on a diet, however. Snorri is now on half a cup of food for the foreseeable future. Sorry buddy😕. He is continuing to settle in nicely at home, enjoying his bed by the fire and warm laps in which to cuddle during the cold weather outside. Pics atrached:)

(Last update: Feb 3rd, 2019 8pm)

Outgoing boy who will be a tiny bit nervous at first, I'd like to go home with my sister Camila. We've lived in a home with just each other as far as felines go, so let's keep it that way, but we are well versed in those woofy things. Older kids would be fine, we are the tiniest bit nervous at first but as Aunt Siri says, it's all hot air. I'm quick to meet and greet and explore, and lots of headbutts are included.
Name:   Lucas
ID#: VA11847
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 12/03/16
Adopted: 12/18/16
Deceased: 05/01/18
Congrats: John
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


Notes from Home
We lost Lucas to a tumor in his lung in May 2018.
(Last update: Feb 3rd, 2019 5pm)

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Name: Leo

(FKA General Lee)

ID#: VA8047
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Flame
Date In: 09/10/11
Adopted: 09/24/11
Deceased: 01/25/19
Congrats: Nancy
Foster: Siri

Males: Goofy, easy going, happy go lucky, ambassador type cats.

Flames: Go anywhere, do anything, be with anyone.

Declawed: No furniture worries

Male Flame Declawed - C'est MOI!

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I had to say goodbye to Leo on 1//25/19. About 6 weeks after his diabetes went into remission he got lymphoma. He was a fighter but it was too much for him - he was loved and will be missed.

It’s been a rollercoaster year with Leo’s heath this year. Leo was diagnosed with diabetes, he has kidney disease so I knew it would be more complicated; he’s now in remission. I emailed the meezermeos group about feline diabetes. I cannot thank Lois Gruendl enough for talking and face-timing with me to help me learn how to do the blood count. I really believe doing the blood count helped save his life. I was able to take blood counts twice a day and do blood curves at home. Leo’s diabetes was never able to become regulated, he could be high 500’s in morning and then low 40s that evening. His Vet kept changing the insulin level and after 5 months I went to the specialist that also monitors his kidney disease. When I went to specialist she looked at blood log and was able to point to it and say he went into remission 5 days ago! He’s been insulin free since :) I do his blood count once a week since we don’t know how long his remission will last. Recently he started having stomach issues – yesterday he started on Pepcid AC for next few days. Hopefully that solves his issue but if not he’ll go in for some tests; his blood tests all came back great when he has his 6-month visit so hopefully its nothing serious. Leo is a sweet vocal boy and has become even more attached to me over this year. He never became a lap cat, he’s more an at your feet cat. He sweet and loving to everyone except his Vet and techs. Leo is now very thin; he was almost 17 pounds when adopted, kept him at a lean 14½ pounds for years now he’s less than 12 pounds. I couldn’t have asked for a better cat, thank you everyone who helped save him and get him in your program can’t believe its 7 years.

Leo was diagnosed with Kidney disease, but is doing very well. My vet felt he needed a cleaning so he had it done yesterday and is good for next few years. Leo has always LOVED food, so switching him to KD food was not a problem. He is a happy, playful cat that loves everyone he meets except the Vet and Vet tech! He is a momma’s boy now and follows me in every room. He never became a lap sitter but is always by my feet. He is sweet and I’m so grateful to have him.

Leo is doing great and I couldn’t have asked for a better cat. He’s not a lap cat but always by me and lets me know if he feels he’s not getting enough attention! His lab work came back great with all levels within normal ranges. His teeth were cleaned this week. His allergy was bad this year but with the tropical medicine it’s staying under control. Leo is a wonderful cat and can’t believe it’s been 5 years since he first came home . Thank you to everyone who helped him get in program and helped get him to NC.

Leo is doing wonderful. Leo is happy and has maintained his weight loss. He never became a lap cat, but he allows me to pick him up each day to rub his neck and ears. If I don’t pick him up in morning he will talk until I do, but he won’t jump in my lap. His allergy is under control, each spring it flares up but I have the routine down for the 4 months it affects him. Leo has learned over the last 4 years to play and enjoy watching the birds and he now has a voice. He is a GREAT cat and couldn’t be happier. His lab work this year came back a little high in one test for his kidneys so his blood work will be done again 3 months to be monitored.

Leo had his visit with the vet and he has decided he does not like anyone in the office; he hisses and growls at everyone but never goes to bite them. He is normally the sweet and very calm – everyone that comes to my home falls in love with him. Leo is doing great, he lost his extra weight and has maintained. He loves to play and had found his voice, if he feels he is not getting enough attention! His allergy was environmental not food and its staying under control with the tropical medicine as needed. He has never become a lap cat but he stays by my feet and legs – he is a wonderful cat.

Leo is doing great. He is sweet, gentle and loves everyone. Leo does know he is home and he is happy, playing and keeping his weight to 14 pounds! In two years he has lost over 2 pounds and is so much more active now. Leo is not a lap cat, but he follows me into every room and sits next to my feet. This year Leo had really bad acne that was not clearing up, his vet recommended he see a dermatologist. He went and it turned out his does have an allergy, but not a food allergy. His skin and ears have cleared up; the dermatologist has a soft spot for Siamese so Leo has her wrapped around his paws.
Leo went for his yearly check up and his blood came back with high calcium levels. He had to have an additional blood test (ionized calcium) and it was determined that the calcium level is higher than average, but his vet does not believe it’s a concern after consulting with some colleagues. Leo will need to be checked if I notice any specific changes, but this should not be a concern.
Leo is a great cat and I’m lucky to have found him. Thank you to everyone for all you do to help save these cats; Leo is one of the lucky cats to be able to be part of this great rescue.

Leo is doing wonderful. He had his yearly check-up 2-weeks ago and his blood work came back perfect. He cried when the technician touched him and then he decided that he was not going to let them touch him so it was a challenging visit! Aside from the technical at the Vet – Leo seems to love everyone he meets.
Leo is maintaining his new slim 14 pound weight; he doesn’t beg with me anymore but he loves food and stares when you eat a cookie or chip. Leo has learned over the past year about screen doors and being able to see and listen to the birds and squirrels in the back yard. Leo loves being brushed everyday and plays hide-n-seek everyday so you chase him. Leo is not a lap cat but he sleeps every night on the bed and lays on sofa/chair by your feet. Leo follows me from room-to-room.

Leo is a great cat and I’m very lucky to have found him; he is in his forever home and I believe he knows it. Thank you for helping me find him.

Leo is doing wonderful and is now down to a slim 14 pounds. His Vet said 13.5 - 14 pounds is ideal for him due to his bone structure. Leo had a road trip recently from NC to Florida to visit my family. Leo complained @ 71/2 hours of the 9-hour drive. I did get a drug to reduce the anxiety from his Vet but it did not seem to help him. I think he has fear that he is going to be abandoned again but I am hoping this will lessen over time. However once in my parents’ house he acted as if he lived there forever and was happy from the moment he was out of his travel case. Leo is very social and loves to interact with everyone. I think he was hoping for some extra food being slipped his way! Leo does prefer ‘older’ humans not sure if his original owner was older. Everyone loved him and my parents suggested I leave him there since they are home all day and he seems to love Florida. I was nervous about the ride home but he actually slept for almost the full 10-hour drive and never complained once. Once he was home, he acted as if he had never left and went back to his normal routine; Nancy

This morning when I was reading the newspaper at the kitchen island. Leo started to talk so I moved the other chair out so he could sit on it. To my surprise he climbed into my lap! This was the first time he has every climbed into my lap. I’m sure he wanted to see if there was any food; he is not given any ‘people’ food but he still asks; carryover from his past. When he realized there was just the newspaper he curled into a little ball so I could pet him and stayed about 10 minutes. I guess there is still hope that maybe he may become a lap sitter. Lap sitter or not - Leo is a wonderful cat and I know how lucky I am to have gotten him. Thanks Nancy

Leo is doing great – it’s amazing that he is here 6 wonderful months! Kathi M. did say that his ‘true’ personality would come out over time. He is still sweet, gentle, and so easy going. What has changed is now he plays like a mad man – running and batting fuzzy mice and balls around the house. Every morning after I come out of the shower he uses the bed as a trampoline jumping to catch his toy that he throws in the air as he talks to me to toss it to him.

Leo is still on his diet and is losing weight; slowly but his vet is happy with his weight lose. Leo still talks /cry for more food and sits by pantry door where his food is kept. Leo is not a lap sitter, however if I don’t pick him up in the morning and pet under his neck he will sit by my feet and talk non-stop until I do. Leo is starting to lie on top of my legs so he may decide to become a lap sitter. Leo has learned to enjoy sitting by screen door and watching the birds and squirrels outside. .

When I first got Leo whenever he saw a tin foil/saran box he would run out of room and hide under the bed. Now he still runs out of room but he peaks his head into kitchen to see what I’m doing and once box is gone comes back into kitchen. I’m not sure if that will ever change but I think he realizes that he is safe here.

Thank you to all the volunteers for everything you do - Leo he is an amazing cat and I so lucky to have him. Nancy

Leo has been in his forever home for 3 months and he is such a great kitty. Leo has started to sleep next to my legs at night while watching TV instead of being by my feet. He is not a lap cat but he lets me pick him up and scratch his neck; he now stays on my lap for around 15 minutes before he jumps down. Leo’s dieting is going slower than I expected but his Vet is happy with the weight loss so far. His Vet tweaked the portions a little and he goes back in two months for another weigh-in. Leo was boarded for 4 days over Christmas; I was nervous on how he would be since he was given up at a shelter. His Vet said he did really well with boarding and the only time he was not happy was when he food was not given to him the morning he had his teeth cleaned! Several of the staff at the Vet office commented about how loud he purrs when his neck is being scratched. When he came home he acted like he was never boarded and went straight to his normal routine. Thank you again for helping me adopt such a wonderful kitty. Have a wonderful New Year. Nancy

Leo was sweet boy on day one. It’s amazing to see him understand that he is in his forever home; every day he gets more playful and loving. He now gets his ball out of the basket to play every night. It is amazing to see him so playful; he is very active for being 6 years old and a big boy. There are nights that he is batting the ball until he tries himself out and then he takes a nap!
Leo is very friendly with everyone; he wants everyone to scratch his neck. My parents came to town for a couple of days and they fell in love with him. This is saying a lot since my Mom is not a cat person.
Leo is still begging but once I say No he goes and lies down by my feet. When he first came home he would beg with his ‘loud’ voice to me and carry on for the entire meal; that lasted about a week. Leo is not a lap cap, he will follow me into every room but he lies by my feet. He will let me pick him up and scratch his neck, but after a few minutes he wants down. He goes to the vet in December and they will weigh him to see how the dieting is doing and if I need to tweak anything.
Thanks you all again for accepting him into your program. Leo is such a wonderful kitty; Nancy

(Last update: Jan 26th, 2019 8am)

This foster home a pretty good gig. Plenty of food and lots of love. Speaking of love, I really like to be petted, and I don't mind being held. I'm a pretty laid back kinda guy, and I even have a few words of conversation now and then. I was a stray but foster mom says I must have belonged to somebody because I'm so nice! I met the dog here, and she's not so bad. I get along with all the cats too! Do you have room in your heart for a handsome boy with big blue eyes to gaze into? That's me!
Name: George Orwell

(FKA Linc)

ID#: VA11257
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 15 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 12/16/15
Adopted: 05/07/16
Deceased: 01/24/19
Congrats: Elizabeth
Foster: Rinn

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
I'm sad to report that Georgie took his last breath on earth this afternoon. After a gallant effort, he finally succumbed to bowel cancer. In the past week, it just became too much for him and I finally had to say goobye to my sweet loving boy. He was a wonderful good-natured soul and I feel thankful that I could provide a warm loving home for his senior years. My other cat Maggie & I will miss him terribly.

Aug'18 @ 2 yrs 3 mos
Georgie is happy but does continue to be plagued with health issues. Unfortunately, he has been diagnosed with bowel cancer but has been been getting the very best medical care. Over the last couple years, he's seen all the specialists - from an echocardiogram to check on his heart murmur to an ultrasound to check on his extremely thickened bowels. He's on medicine for protein deficiencies and B-vitamin deficiencies, plus probiotics and special food. We are now trying Lukeran and steroids for the cancer.
Once, when doing an X-ray, we discovered he had BB gun pellets in him that had been healed over years ago. Isnt that absolutely horrible? The pellets don't seem to bother him so with his other health issues, we decided not to try and remove them. So glad Siamese Rescue found him and so he can be in a soft comfy home for his senior years and no longer out on the mean streets!
On the plus side, he seems wonderfully happy. He loves to sit on his scratching post and watch out the window. He loves to cuddle and groom with Maggie. He loves to sit on my lap purring. He loves full body massages with under the chin/neck scritches. Mind and mood are good – now only if his body would keep up.

Nov'16 @ 6.5 months
George Orwell is happy and secure. Even though he integrated very quickly, it's interesting that I can still see little bits of additional relaxation with each passing day. He used to always stand up when I petted him. Now, he is comfortable remaining lying down and just lifting his head. He now loves to stretch out and have his chin and neck rubbed whereas he used to be more comfortable sticking with head petting and behind his ears. He used to trot fast when traveling between rooms. Now he is more likely to saunter or pause in the hallway just because he feels like it.
We had a breakthrough in nail clipping thanks to Maggie. One day, Maggie saw that Georgie was nervous when I was clipping his nails. So, she came over and inserted herself to have hers done. She sat purring and blinking her eyes at Georgie while I clipped her nails. He watched the process very intently. Then, when her turn was over, he came over to have his finished too. Since then, it's been much easier. I can't say he likes it, but he's much less anxious about it since Maggie showed him that it is ok.
Georgie likes to be close to both Maggie and me. He often sits with a paw or his tail touching one of us. Georgie would like the whole family to hang out in the same room all the time. If Maggie has gone to sleep in the bedroom and I am out in the living room, Georgie will check both places and rub up against me demanding attention. If I then go move to the bedroom to read my book, Georgie settles down next to us and purrs and purrs with the joy of having his whole family together. Thy make a great team: Georgie just wants to belong and Maggie wants everyone to be happy.
Georgie still has his pot belly but his digestion has stabilized and he is otherwise healthy.

Sept'16 @ 4.5 months
Georgie is doing splendidly. His protein counts on his last vet visit were normal and his pot belly has reduced slightly. He's gained more than a pound and a lot of it is muscle. His neck, shoulders and spine are not as boney and he seems stronger too. His fur has also grown thicker, plush and soft. His poo is still quite stinky/sometime wet and his tummy is gurgley so we're going to try a probiotic.

He and Maggie are friends now. They don't nap touching each other, but they like to be nearby. Georgie is still a bit possessive about human attention and toys and Maggie is still trying to convince him to wrestle more often and more gently, but their interactions are all positive. Lots of mutual grooming is always occurring. I'm still using the Feliway multicat diffuser, but only at night. Georgie is such a sweet soul and loves to get pets from everyone who comes over. Maggie and I love him very much.
Sat 6/25/16 @ 7 weeks
Georgie is a very enthusiastic groomer. He likes to give sweeping sloppy wet licks, which Maggie finds a bit much. Maggie thinks aggressive grooming means playtime and sometimes rolls over to try and play which confuses him. But other times, Maggie will only let him get in a couple good licks before she walks away. They are still figuring each other out.
Georgie is squirmy when picked up but we're working on that. He really likes it once he's up on the shoulder, but he is unsure of the getting there part. He loves to be petted and purrs at even the slightest touch. He always goes to get a quick snack after any petting/attention so there's some psychological connection there from before rescue.
Unfortunately, the fluid in his abdomen is still there. He has wet poo and puking from time to time but I can't quite see a pattern in what is setting it off. His stomach is less gurgley on 100% wet food and anything with fish seems to be a no-no but the rest is still a mystery. We go to the vet next week for a blood test to see if there has been any progress in the protein numbers.
Sat 5/14/16 @ 1 week
Integration is progressing beautifully. I got Georgie to play in front of Maggie, and that has made a huge difference. Georgie is motivated by food but Maggie is motivated by play. I'll keep him away from the bedroom a couple more days because Maggie did hiss and get upset when she saw him on the bed. This morning, I woke up to find that Georgie escaped his isolation room and was sitting calmly on the couch. The stacked baby gates were still in place so he has obviously figured how to climb them and squeeze through the small gap near the top of the door. So much for that strategy. I'll have to go back to a closed door for time outs.

Mon 5/9/16 @24 hours
Georgie (Linc) has eaten, had lots of water and used his box. He's very affectionate and loves his new mille bed (thanks SR!). So far, he's much more interested in food and petting than toys. Georgie and Maggie have already made eye contact through the baby gate and both are reacting positively. I hadn't intended to let them catch sight of each other so quickly but both cats are already willing to be petted and purr while sniffing at the door and to eat right next to the door. Not a single hiss or growl so far. Maggie is sitting calmly and giving eye blinks and Georgie is lowering his head and rubbing it against the door.

(Last update: Jan 24th, 2019 4pm)

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Name:   Lanna
ID#: VA10030
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 05/17/14
Adopted: 06/15/14
Congrats: Vicki
Foster: Debra

Sweet as sweet can be. My only requirement is that you have a lap for me to curl up in. I just love to be held and have the deepest purr.

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Notes from Home
It has been 1 month since adopting Lanna. She is now called Layla. Close enough name, but I kept saying layla instead of lanna, so it stuck! She is quite a southern belle!
Amber boy and her get along just fine. Amber is the calm older brother , orange tabby. He watches out for her, and tries to show her the ropes for the house, and she tends to follow his lead. They share the cat tree, but layla tries to move Amber out of his top seat, he either decides to stay and push her back to the lower level, or just move and curl up under the curtain...which she prefers to eventually lay next to him by the curtain. They run and play up and down the hallway and steps! Layla holds her own to what appears rough play by larger Amber , and sometimes she approaches him and jumps on his back for a play attack!
Her favorite toy is a squeaky mouse on a string that hangs off a door, but quickly she breaks it away, carrying that mouse all over the place, making all kinds of talking noises to show us her prey. I have to hide it a night, otherwise I wake up at 1 am to her chatter about this squeaky mouse! She is talking a lot more, and makes quite a fuss over feeding time . amber has learned how to sit quietly before getting his food dish, and just last weekend Layla sat on command and waited for her dish! Both cats at the same time, yeah!
She has seen the faucet running water for the first time, it scared her, just like the shower. Still too little to jump up on the cabinets , thank goodness, little thing!
Now that I found this page for updates, will add on as I see fit.
Thank you all for your help in bringing little lady Princess Layla to my home!
Will send a picture soon
Layla is a ball of energy, and she chats about whatever is on her mind. . She is not too much of a lap cat now, too interested in exploring or finding something to play with. Granted, she likes to be held and carried around ( while she is checking things out at her new height in my arms) . Is calm about being held, but, she lasts all of 2 minutes in my lap, purring the whole time, but she is off my lap to play with something. It took her a few weeks to figure out when my car pulls into the garage, but as of 1 week ago, she is now the first one to the door to greet me , talking ! I always take time to greet each cat one by one, holding then and petting them hello! Layla is chatting and purring, Amber is purring (he doesn't talk much)
Poor Amber - he is a calm cat, and does a great job in tolerating Layla's energy. She rubs against him a lot, meowing, and he turns his head to avoid her constant tail flicking his face. His tail is also fair game for her to play with. Amber takes the toilet paper off the roll, and then pushes it under the door to Layla, who pulls it from under the door to distribute it all over the room. What a system!
Layla tends to follow me around more in the last week, instead of following Amber, who is more independent.
Bedtime, once I turn off the TV and say "goodnight " Amber goes to his usual place on the bed next to me. Due to layla wanting to play while he wants to sleep, he will move to a chair next to the bed. Layla will then calm down, and go to sleep in the cat tree downstairs, but sometime during the early morning, make her way to the bedroom, where the 2 of them start the roughhousing , bunny kicking, hide n seek and attack, chasing each other all over the place. Amber is twice as big as Layla, so I feel sorry for her when he gets a little rough, his weight must be heavy for her...and I hear her give a little cry..but she is fast, and runs under the bed for a time out. Then she runs out and initiates an attack on Amber, and she chases him.
Funny, in the morning, Amber does not want Layla on the bed, and will "guard" the bed. All is ok once we head down the steps for breakfast. So, mornings are quite active around here.
Wonder is she will will grow any more. She has gotten a little larger than when I got her 1 month ago.

(Last update: Jan 22nd, 2019 10am)

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