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The Meezers on these pages have been adopted and are now in their new homes. These pages allow the adopters to provide updates and pictures of their new cats for their friends and our volunteers to see.
Only cats with updates are listed below. If you are an adopter and would like to make an Update, visit your Application Status page and look in the Previously Adopted section for the Update button.

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A sweetheart who is having one heck of a time getting over my shelter cold, I hope to be springing the ISO room soon as I can kick these snuffles!
Name:   Sassy
ID#: VA6002
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
DateIn: 11/11/08
Adopted: 12/13/08
Deceased: 04/16/15
Congrats: Cathy
Foster: Siri


Notes from Home
Sassy is doing wonderful. Keeping all my other cats in line. She has us well trained her staff must be top notch. She loves playing in the sink see picture and she has broken one of the cat trees using it as a springboard to the top of the hutch.
12/13/12 - Wow how time slips away. I love my home it would be nicer without the other cats but I get special alone time with mom. I sleep on top or beside her every night. Mom brushes me when she brushes her hair.
It took a long time before I could trust anyone. I just hated to give my heart away and have it broke again. After 4 years I figure she will be mine fur ever. Sassy has a strange health issue that might help someone else. I thought she had a piece of litter stuck in her nose but when the vet tried to remove it was a paullip. It comes back about once a year it swells and makes her sneeze really bad and we take a trip to the vet and a steroid shot and she is fine for another year really weird.
Thanks again for helping me find Sassy she is one of six cats that live with me but she is one of a kind.
12/15/14 Sassy is still living up to her name. She is a bundle of joy and still does not care for the other cats.
And she survived a trip to Florida and back. She and the other cats got to see their new home. Hoping to move by April.
I picked this house for the cat friendly design and the screened in room next to the sun room. Sass and the cats just loved it. I work to make life worth living for my cats. My husband has a (dog) and this house allows the cats to circle around and not be bothered with the (dog).

(Last update: Dec 15th, 2014 10am)

Name: ROSE

(FKA Spring)

ID#: VA8909
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
Date In: 11/10/12
Adopted: 12/15/12
Deceased: 02/25/15
Congrats: Kelly
Foster: Siri

This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
Well, if I were you I'd Spring into action - check out my video to see how I took this entire experience! And no, you don't have to wait till April to adopt me either, I'll be ready to go home on Turkey weekend (save me some, will ya?)
Notes from Home
rose is such a sweet and gentle cat. this was a match made in heaven. i hope i have made her as happy as she has made me.

(Last update: Dec 15th, 2014 9am)

I'm a loving, adorable and sweet torti-gurl looking for a lap after I lost my home through no fault of of my own.

I'll tell Foster Mawm more about me in a few days, but I am used to living with other cats and a dog too!

Interested? Then, Ask About MEEEEEEE
Name: Miko

(FKA Snowball)

ID#: VA9631
Location:  Connecticut
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
DateIn: 10/25/13
Adopted: 11/17/13
Congrats: Bette
Foster: Paula


Notes from Home
Miko has been a wonderful addition to our family. She is now in charge. I had hoped for an affectionate lap cat. Siamese Cat Rescue told me Miko definitely fit the bill and they were absolutely right. In the evening she curls up in my lap and takes a nice long nap.
She has a favorite "mouse" she plays with. Of course sometimes playtime is when we go to bed. Many times I find the mouse in bed in the morning. She lets me know whenever she wants to play. She talks to me with the mouse in her mouth. She won't take no for an answer. That mouse travels upstairs and down.

Miko is quite a talker. I love that she lets me know when she wants something - food, playtime or affection. Everyone who has met Miko tells me she is a beautiful cat and she is!

December 14, 2014: I can't believe it has been a year since I adopted Miko. We have had a wonderful year. If it's possible she is even more loving than before. She has trained us well. She now has a favorite blanket right on the table in the kitchen. It is her spot. I don't dare remove the blanket unless I have to change the tablecloth. She monitors all the activity in the family room and the kitchen from there. She also expects to be petted by anyone who walks by. It's a perfect location from which to monitor her "subjects" and her "kingdom". When she is not there she is in my lap!

(Last update: Dec 14th, 2014 1pm)

Name:   Georgina
ID#: VA10109
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 06/27/14
Adopted: 11/13/14
Congrats: William
Foster: Joy

Foster Notes

This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
Hi There!

I am looking for a home where I can be the one and only. After all, if you have me, that is all you need!

I will love on you, cuddle with you, and follow you wherever you go around the house. I like to play with those small toys that I can bat around.

I do love the kibble but who doesn't??

Are you the one for me?

Notes from Home
Well, yesterday was one month with Georgina at our home. She has done very well, here with us so far. I attempted to take her to the Vet six days after she arrived at our house. Well,, she was having no part of that and had a little bit of an attitude with us for a few days. We've learned that when she's really upset with us, she'll put her bum towards us, as she's laying down. I would try to talk to her, while she's under the bed and she'd look me in the eye and then put her bum in my face. Guess she was telling me huh?

Now, however, she seems to have forgiven us completely. She spends very little time under the bed anymore, and her favorite pass time is watching the birds and squirrels thru the patio door windows in our family room. She sleeps between my legs at night and will try to do that to my hubby, but she gets frustrated with him. (He moves around way to much).

Georgina met our daughter when she came home for Thanksgiving and they seem to get along just fine. Georgina is a bit upset that I've put her on a diet. I've changed her food from dry to wet. She is currently having 1 can of wet cat food (5.5 oz) daily and maybe 2 tablespoons of the dry. She's so funny with her running down the hallway towards her feeding area. The minute she thinks any of us is headed that way she bolts in that direction. She's always asking for something to eat, never seen a cat so focused on food.

We also have learned that she loves to chase lasers. My hubby spends time with her every evening playing with her. She knows the sound of the "click" on the laser gun and she runs to the person who has it. She'll spin in circles until she gets dizzy, if we'd let her. It's so cute to watch her have fun, I truly believe that she's not had this much fun in a long time.

Our first month together is down and I hope and pray the next we see Georgina open up even more here. I can't say thank you enough to The Siamese Cat Rescue Volunteers who helped take care of Georgina. Those who helped match us together, you right on target, she's my buddy and I love her dearly.

I'll update on what Georgina thinks of Christmas trees, as ours will go up this week. Guess that's all for now, updates will be forthcoming soon.

(Last update: Dec 14th, 2014 12am)

Things I have learned since arriving in rescue :
Humans love it when I snuggle them and purr.
Other cats will play with me and snuggle me.
I know how to respect other cats when they don't want to play.
The dog is an idiot .

I am very smart and a fast learner !
Name:   Dusty
ID#: VA9676
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 11/10/13
Adopted: 12/07/13
Congrats: Susan
Foster: Heida

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


Notes from Home
It is Dusty's first anniversary with us. Can't believe it has been a year. He continues to be a delight. He is curious about everything and is very helpful. He has had a wonderful time with Christmas boxes and wrapping paper as he has "helped" us get ready for the holidays. We took him to the vet recently for his checkup. He is in great shape, perfect blood work results, along with weight and fur (he has soft bunny fur). As we expected he charmed everyone at the vets, as he did last time, when we first got him. His favorite toys are little rubber balls that he chases all over the house and brings them to us to throw for him, then he brings them back, we throw them again and this goes on and on until he wears himself out. He is my constant companion (sits by me when I'm reading or on the computer). We bought him a shelf like bed that sits up high. He loves it, he can look down on us, and see out the window to bird and squirrel watch.
He is very smart, he can open all the closet doors and has discovered how to get into the cabinet where his dry food is kept. We have "child proofed" it so he can't get at the food and spread it all over the floor like he did one night. He doesn't bite anymore except if he gets really excited and even then it isn't a hard bite, but we don't encourage even that. We love him dearly and suspect he loves us too. He sleeps on the bed with us along with his big brother Dak. We get head bumps in the morning as a wake up call (he can be relentless especially if he's hungry) All and all we are happy we adopted him and can't imagine life without him. Thank you!

(Last update: Dec 13th, 2014 6pm)

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Name:   Camilla
ID#: VA7381
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 10/31/10
Adopted: 12/12/10
Congrats: Lisa
Foster: Rinn

Oh, I'm so serious in this photo. I guess you'd be serious too if you didn't know where your real home was, huh? Well, things are lookin' up a little it seems. I just got to this place that seems pretty nice with soft, warm fleecey things to snuggle in. And foster mom doesn't seem too bad either. I'm good with other kitties... sweet and a little shy at least for now. I have some new pictures and a video! I'm still getting over my eye infection, so pardon my winkiness on them.
Notes from Home

Camilla is doing very well. She used to be very timid, even when we pet her, she seemed to "endure" it, and rarely purred. Well all that has changed now! She loves being pet, and purrs like a little machine! She is so soft and cuddly. She walks up to Rita, and puts her head towards Rita so Rita can clean her, which Rita loves. Rita, Camilla, and Andy (all adoptees from Siamese Rescue) are great friends, loving kitties, and very happy cats. Knock on wood, Camilla doesn't seem to suffer from UTIs or eye infections anymore. Her biggest problem might be that she just loves to eat and might have the tendency to get fat. We don't leave food out though and are doing our best to estimate the amount that is perfect for her. She is still slightly chubby in the belly though.

We have a fourth Siamese cat, who we took in because she was about to be put out in the street. She is 12 years old, and was never fixed! So she howled at night and urinated everywhere. She was also aggressive to our other three sweeties. So we got her fixed and she is still mostly separated from the other babies. We let her out of my room here and there, on supervised expeditions. She seems to have settled down a lot, and no one tries to fight. We'll keep slowly introducing her so that everyone can be happy together. We certainly don't want to stress out Rita Andy and Camilla. So we are taking it slow.

Thank you again for all that you do! We really love our kitties and are so happy that we are able to give them a loving, safe home.



(th below post was from a long time ago, but wasn't sure if I should delete.)

Hello! We LOVE Camilla! She is such a sweet, cuddly kitty, and also a crazy playful kitty. At the vet she climbed up the inside of the a wall mural, and the vet said she had never seen a cat do that before! She sometimes acts like she's going to climb my leg, but thankfullly she has not gone through with that. She loves her big brother Andy and big sister Rita. Andy was so sweet as he welcomed her. He would approach her, Camilla would hiss, and he would turn away with his tail in the air and chirp several times. After that happening about 10 times in a row, Camilla knew he was friendly. Rita kept her distance, but Camilla still growled and hissed at her for a couple weeks. She sure does have a menacing growl! But now they seem to have gotten over their differences, and Camilla and Rita have been seen sleeping together on the dining room chair! Camilla loves to cuddle and sleep with me at night. She unfortunately is taking antibiotics right now for a UTI. She is so sweet - instead of peeing on the rug or somewhere hard to clean, she peed in the bathtub. I'm sure that once the UTI clears she will stop that. Very very sweet kitty. We are all so thrilled with her! Totally in love! Thank you everyone!

(Last update: Dec 12th, 2014 6pm)

I have a confession....in my last photo, my foster Mom MADE me wear that hat since I had lost all the hair off of my head! I thought it was a dumb idea too, but here is my new picture and if I don't say so, I think I look pretty darn good and I am ready for my furrever home......I love laps and I am ready to, so get clicking on the "ask about me paw" and lets see if we are a match.


Baltimore =^..^=
Name: Oliver

(FKA Baltimore)

ID#: VA7540
Location:  Kentucky
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 02/04/11
Adopted: 04/16/11
Congrats: Christine
Foster: Jennifer

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
We were looking at the Festival of Lights photos, then looked at the photos of our Ollie when he was first taken to the shelter. Thought everyone that was involved in his rescue would like to see what he looks like now. Sooooooooo handsome! We are looking foward to some new Christmas photos with Oliver this year!
(Last update: Dec 12th, 2014 11am)

Name: Phoenix

(FKA Honky Tonk)

ID#: VA10166
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
Date In: 07/21/14
Adopted: 10/11/14
Congrats: Marytheresa
Foster: Belinda

Foster Notes

This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
This cat will not tolerate being with a male cat. Usually this is a male cat.Not with Male Cats
Well here I am. A sad product of a broken family. All of a sudden I don't have the only people I trusted and I'm a little confused. I want to get close to you, but I'm afraid at the same time. I want to play with you and have you nearby, and maybe even scratch me on my chin a little bit - just no hugs...yet. Foster mom promises me that things are going to get better and that no one will ever have to give me up again no matter what. I want so badly to believe...and I really want to get just a little bit closer to you.

Update: Lots of progress here - Honky can't pass up a good plate of food and we're always able to get a little snuggle session in at mealtimes. Loves to play and skitter around the house. Honky can be bossy with other cats, so only likewise females companions would be a good fit. AND since Honky likes to play 'hard to get', we're offering an Adoption Scholarship to help him find his PURRFECT home!
Notes from Home
Phoenix is really feeling at home. He is a lover for sure. Who knew there was a lap cat in there?! Still has to get used to his new Great Dane but progress daily and she can hardly wait.
(Last update: Dec 11th, 2014 7pm)

Well I am still talking but foster mom does not seem to be listening. I want to go where ever I want and eat anything I want and do whatever I think I want to do. Foster mom does not agree with me on that and keeps me cooped up in this foster room. At least it got entertaining now that new foster kittens have come to keep my company. As long as they understand that I am the boss.
Name: Ladybird

(FKA Jilly)

ID#: VA10257
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 08/22/14
Adopted: 10/10/14
Congrats: Laure
Foster: Nancy

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
Hi everyone! Jilly--who we have now decided to call Ladybird--has been in her new home now for approximately 24 hours. She has eaten and had water, but I have not observed her using her litterbox. She has been so, so sweet, and acting as if she has been with us for forever! She slept in our room last night and was an extremely sweet cuddle bug. She and Grettir can't wait to meet each other--they are glued to opposite sides of the door all day.

I took Ladybird to our Vet today for a preliminary checkup. Our veternarian at Abri told me that she doesn't think Ladybird has an URI, but instead potentially lungworms or even the beginning signs of asthma. She advised us to continue giving her the claravox, but she has also prescribed a small about of panacur for worms (a fecal worm check showed the presence of worms) to be given once a day for ten days. If she is continuing to cough after her treatment, we'll take her back for another exam. Needless to say, Jilly/Ladybird does not like taking her medicine, but she's being as good a sport as any kitten.

Overall, she seems to be doing very well in her new home. She fits right in, and we love her SO much.

Thanks again for everything :) I'll post pictures soon!


Update: 12/11/2014
Ladybird has now been a part of our home for a little over two months. We could not be happier with our little girl--she and Grettir are best friends, and she is so affectionate towards her mom and dad. Talkative, curious, and attention-loving, she's definitely a Siamese. She still loves sleeping under the covers with us at night, and sitting at my desk while I work on papers (still trying to teach her proper comma usage). She, and of course Grettir as well, have made our lives so much brighter.

(Last update: Dec 11th, 2014 6pm)

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Name:   Jaffa
ID#: VA9722
Location:  Indiana
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 12/03/13
Adopted: 03/13/14
Congrats: Rhonda
Foster: Ellen


I'm named after a popular European orange-flavored cookie. I, too, am sweet & orange.

I am a cross-eyed orange beauty. I am a bundle of love with a very loud purr. And I love to eat -- my foster mom has put me on a reduced calorie diet. I'm gradually meeting the resident cats. My favorite thing to do is sleep with my foster mom on her extra pillow. I do get overstimulated sometimes. My foster mom is still trying to read my body language -- she's not very bright.

Please check me out. I would love to have a forever home soon.

Notes from Home
10/8/14 - Greetings fellow Meezers! Jaffa (the orange cookie) here.

It's been 7 months since my forever mom took me home. I would just like to say... Score! What a great match! I think I'll keep her! How can you not like this crazy lady that immediately came in and scooped me up in her arms. She's fearless.

I tried to push her buttons by sratching at the doors the first couple of weeks but she wised up and realized I didn't want to be seperated from everyone else. I was a little hissy at my foster's but I soon dropped the act after arriving at my forever home. Mom told me it wasn't nice and I realized I was safe. I had never been held when I was on the street. It's actually pretty nice. It's so nice that I now lay on my back in my mom's arms for hours at a time. She tires out long before I do. I've posted a "selfie" of me in this position. Yes... I'm actually holding the camera.

I've also posted a picture with one of my new buddies. He looks a little funny with his long hair and flat face. I bond really well with others. I don't really play and I still don't like catnip. What's all the fuss? I'm not sure what I'm suppose to do with all these little bags my mom keeps making. ??? I'm definitely a lap cat. I'm also quiet. I don't talk alot because I'm usually purring.

Thank you Siamese Rescue Center for helping me find my forever home! Don't worry about me cause all is well.

12/9/14 🎅 Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays from Jaffa. We've attached my first Christmas photo!🎄

(Last update: Dec 10th, 2014 11pm)

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