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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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MARGAERY
"Little" sister of Brienne. A ready made family. Head butter and likes to chitter at you.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Margaery
ID#: VA10861
Location:  Delaware
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Balinese
DateIn: 06/20/15
Adopted: 12/28/15
Congrats: Diane
Foster: Diane

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Notes from Home
Margaery has found her perfect sleeping place at night - on top of meowm! No matter what position she wants, Margaery is there, purring and nuzzling for as long as her human will nuzzle back. She is a delightful young addition to our family, even though she's not as thrilled with her feline siblings as she once was. No matter, she rules the sewing room. Sweet, sweet, sweet!

Margaery continues her sweet ways. She loves to find hidden spaces for naps, climb to the top of the cat tree and then carry on a conversation, tell me when her food dish isn't full enough to suit her highness.

(Last update: Apr 9th, 2017 1pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: LeeLoo

(FKA Jolene)

ID#: VA11889
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 12/30/16
Adopted: 02/18/17
Congrats: Kathryn
Foster: Jeanne


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
LEELOO
Hi there,

I'm settling in now, but I still feel very skittish around people. I'm starting to trust Meowmy cause she gives me tasty food but I think I need some more time to get braver. I'm doing ok with a sight impaired kitty here because she doesn't bother me, but I'm not sure about the others yet.

I want to be friends, but I'm just not sure yet. Meowmy said patience is the key with me. Maybe she's right.

Purrs,

Jolene
Notes from Home
Leeloo has made huge strides! She doesn't cower when we open up her tent and greedily comes out for her food. Both Will and I have gotten her to come out completely from under cover for pets and she's not racing back to "safety." We've gotten her to play with string and stick toys while under the bench. Our goal for next week is to get her to play in the open.

We've started introducing her scent to the other cats and may introduce them next week if Leeloo continues to progress. Our hope is that she'll see how they interact with us and be less afraid. Our cat Noodle is a big cuddle bug and if they get comfortable around each other, he might be able to help her feel more safe. We won't try to move too fast if we see that anyone is scared.

Leeloo is still eating well and using her litter box.

3/6/17 - Leeloo is still hiding in her tent area, but we've removed the curtains now so that she's not hidden. She's still coming out for pets and food, but will not come out to play yet. We've started to introduce the other cats in the hopes that she would be more comfortable, no hissing or growling from either side. We are now leaving the bedroom door open, but our cats don't go in there unless we're in there and they watch Leeloo from a far. Leeloo does not shy away from the other cats, but she does watch them. Her eating is not hampered by the fact that there are other cats in the room. At night when she thinks we're asleep, we can hear her scratching on the cat tree and exploring the room. We spend as much time with her as possible so that she gets used to us being around and our noise.

3/13/17 - We had to close the master bedroom door as Leeloo was becoming aggressive to the other cats. She would charge and nip at them to scare them away. We know it's just from fear, but we don't want it to get out of hand. We also had to put the curtains back up, I think it may have been too much too fast. However, Leeloo was waiting in the middle of the master bedroom for her dinner tonight. We no longer have to entice her out of hiding for food. She is still very skittish, but she's opening up to us. We just picked her up a millie bed from the White Marsh Cat Show and she loves it. We need to clip her nails, but we're worried about the set back. Hopefully she'll forgive us some day 😳 She still won't come out to play, but maybe we just haven't found the right toy yet.

4/9/17 - It's been about 2 months now and Leeloo has made such HUGE strides. She is now excited to see Will, the Food Bringer, and will race up to him chirping for pets or food. She explores the house freely and has found the Catio (screened in deck). She frequently seeks out the Catio, but does not seem to relax out there yet. She and the other cats don't get along yet, but there have not been any major issues. Leeloo is very protective of her safe space, the master bedroom, and frequently chases the other cats out. Leeloo comes downstairs for dinner and swarms around with the other cats, no hissing at dinner time. She is becoming more comfortable playing and seems to enjoy rope toys. We have a toy box in her bedroom and every day she's taken something new out. She completely shredded a rafia ball and now there are orange bits of paper all over the room :-) She will come up into the bed for some pets, but doesn't stay long. Leeloo is still very nervous with people walking around her, even Food Bringer, but I'm hopeful that she'll get used to us soon!

(Last update: Apr 9th, 2017 11am)

MON CHERIE
Woohooo! I did great at today's vet exam, I was pronounced young, and fun, and loving, and energetic, and wild and crazy, and of course beautiful! I am a very chatty Cathy with an energetic streak and a love of snuggling, playing, climbing, and being Siamese! I'm interested in other cats; if I'm the only cat then you'd better have lots of time for me because I'm going to demand it!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Mon Cherie

(FKA Pavlova)

ID#: VA7626
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
DateIn: 03/19/11
Adopted: 04/09/11
Congrats: Patricia
Foster: Siri



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Notes from Home
Mon Cherie is the Penelope Pussycat with tha Pepe LePew cartoon. And, she sure fits this role.
She is now the only female among 3 male Siamese in my home. She manages the men well. At one time or another, I will find her cuddling with one of the males. She ensures they are well-groomed. She has become the woman of the home.

She's a over-zealous head-butter.. She will only stop with a petting. The moment I pull my hand away, the head-butting starts all over again. Iff I need a break, i have to hide my hands, which does confuse her.

My one concern for her is that she remains skittish after all these years. Her prior home must have had some abuse. If I move too quickly, she runs in fear. Her home life here is calm. Yet, fear is deep within her.

She is truly one of the most beautiful Siamese I have ever seen. Petite and perfect coloring.

(Last update: Apr 9th, 2017 9am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Cocoa

(FKA Betsey Kate)

ID#: VA11933
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 01/31/17
Adopted: 03/04/17
Congrats: Margaret
Foster: Debra


COCOA
Hi. I just got here so Foster Mom will work on some pics of me. You should know that I am a stunner - I could model if I wanted to. I am a good girl - my Mom had to go somewhere that would not let me come too. So here I am. I am very sweet and really love to get love. I already found this really cool thing called a Millie bed - super comfy! I want to have someone who will love me and let me sit in their lap and sleep with them. Foster mom says I am a super sweet girl with lots of love to give.

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Notes from Home
Cocoa is the sweetest cat in the world! Her two favourite things are to get in front of my monitor so I can't see and to be brushed. She really loves to be brushed!

Cocoa has been here a month now. She and my cat Evie are still having some issues. No fights but Cocoa sticks to "her" room even though both doors are open when I'm home. No fights just the occasional hiss. Cocoa continues to be the sweetest most affectionate cat and loves to be brushed and to stretch out on my lap. My vet wanted her to gain a bit of weight and thought that sore gums were preventing her from eating enough dry food so she is now getting an entire can of wet food morning and evening. She is totally loving that! Debra was right about the "elevator butt"...it's amazing how high she can get it! Hopefully in the next few weeks she will venture out a bit. My vet said to take it super slow so that's what I'm doing.

(Last update: Apr 8th, 2017 5pm)

SWEETIE
Hi,

I was rescued from a neglectful situation and after a legal hold for what seemed like forever, I found my way to Siamese Cat Rescue.

I'm a vocal, loving gal, with a good appetite and a great litter box habits. I've never been to a vet, so I need to get all my vetting done before I can go home, which should be around the first week of November. I did live with a boy cat, so another cat in the home would probably be ok. I'll let you know that for sure once my isolation time is up and I can meet the other kitties here.

Purrs,
Sweetie
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Sweetie
ID#: VA11748
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 10/12/16
Adopted: 11/05/16
Congrats: Patricia
Foster: Jeanne



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Notes from Home
Sweetie is doing well, exploring everywhere in the house. She loves sitting in her cat tree watching the birds in the yard. She is very loving & enjoys sitting & playing with us. Seems as if she has always been here with us.

Sweetie loves playing in her tunnel down in the basement & will even request that it be brought out so she can play in it. She has a little ball she loves to chase through it!

(Last update: Apr 8th, 2017 12pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Stella

(FKA Lexie)

ID#: VA9041
Location:  Georgia
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 01/30/13
Adopted: 04/06/13
Congrats: Ashley
Foster: Jo

Foster Notes

STELLA
Whaaaatttttt page 2?!?!? ME?? Really!

I have been through ISO and was semi integrated then had to have my education and another 10 days of ISO to recover. NOW, I'm running around the house with the residents, I do like that, but I always make time to come and snuggle with Meowmy in the evening after dinner.

So, if you are looking for a purrrrrfect soul mate kitty in a quiet home (some noises still make me jump) .... ask about ME.

Squeak
Lexie
Notes from Home
Stella's younger brother is just that! He is the little brother that sneaks into your room, reads your diary, and messes with your makeup. He is constantly torturing Stella and she hisses at him and pops him in the head. This was worrisome at first, but I have begun to recognize it as little annoying brother picking on older sister. Started having trouble with her pooping beside the litter box... I have a tried many things and I have learned that she is litter box picky, with me cleaning it out at least three times a day, along with Stanley trying to sneak up and attack her while she is pooping. I do plan to get a second litter box for my tiny apartment :( but I am not yet sure if this will fully fix the problem.

Stella had her first check-up appointment with my Veterinarian about a week and a half ago, and she said that Stella was very healthy and gorgeous.

Still trying to get photographic evidence that the snuggle together when they sleep. I think I am going to need to set up stealth, night detection cameras :)

Update 4/8/2017: well sweet Stella who wasn't a big fan of other creatures now lives with two dogs, two other cats (Stanley and Wilbur), and a snake. She is a healthy, happy girl who rules the house and tolerates all of her subjects. She is certainly female and certainly siamese!

(Last update: Apr 8th, 2017 10am)

LOLA
I am simply beautiful if I do say so myself. I am an expert lover and might even ride on your shoulder if you like that kind of thing. I do have penchant for escaping to the great outdoors. My dogs and people have always gone out, and there are great things to hunt so why shouldn't I?
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Lola
ID#: VA11650
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 08/19/16
Adopted: 10/01/16
Congrats: Carrie
Foster: Julie

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Notes from Home
Lola is the absolute love of our life!!! What a treasure she truly is. She is the most lovable and playful kitten there is at the young age of 10. Monday mornings are so much more of a bear now leaving her after being able to snuggle Saturday and Sunday mornings with her after my husband gets up. After only 6 short months she really is a bright, shiny light in our lives. Thank you SCR for allowing her to pick us!
(Last update: Apr 7th, 2017 7pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Talia
ID#: VA11664
Location:  Indiana
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 08/25/16
Adopted: 10/05/16
Congrats: Nick
Foster: Deirdre

Foster Notes

TALIA
Talia is young, healthy and eager for her own family to love.

Still a kitten herself, Talia was an excellent mother - attentive and protective. Now she is ready for a home and family of her own. Initially shy, she rapidly responds to attention and will purr, headbutt and rub over and over again. She loves ear scratches and will chase a feather wand with great enthusiasm. She plays well independently. She would get along with any sort of non-dominant cat and can entertain herself while her family is away. However, she would want to be nearby whenever they were home and sleeping on the bed at night would be a given.

Young, boisterous children would overwhelm her but respectful older kids would love her gentle and affectionate nature.

Talia has the loving, accepting purrsonality of the snowshoe with the intelligence and grace of the Siamese.


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Notes from Home
I recently received a 6 month anniversary reminder for our adoption of Talia and I wanted to let you know how things are going. Miss Talia has certainly grown into a vital part of the family. She has taken quite a shine to Bonnie, and she comes each night when we go to bed to obtain petting from Bonnie. She eventually makes her way over to me, and then settles down on one of the bottom corners of the bed. She's not able to spend the entire night there though, as she's still young and wants to play with the other cats we adopted. Lately she's been sleeping at head level in between the two of us :)

Talia also really likes our kids, and when we are having family TV time, she joins us, sitting on the sofa between the two of them. She will also get half on-half off one of their laps and stay there as long as the kids don't move. She's such a sweetie!

She loves to play with any and all of the toys we have in the house, and the kids frequently play with her. She seems to have lost a little weight since we got her, or maybe she's gotten a little longer and it's evened out. I'll be interested to see what she weighs at her next vet appointment. Speaking of, she has remained healthy since her arrival. We've had no issues on that front at all.

Right when we got her, she had started going number two on the mat where we keep her food and water (despite having a clean litter pan). This happened maybe 4 times, and we were toying with changing litter types in one of the two pans we have to see if maybe the litter was not to her liking, but as quickly as the behavior started, it stopped, and has not happened again since her first few weeks with us.

Talia frequently meets us in the kitchen when we return from being out, and she is very vocal with her chirps and trills, though she only seems to full on meow when she is in distress. She's only really in distress during 'cat grooming day' at the house, which is every Saturday )or Caturday, if you rather). She likes to be brushed, and she doesn't mind too terribly being wiped down with the allergy solution, however she is not a fan of having her nails trimmed and lets me know about it by meowing at me while flailing with her back feet. We're still working on getting her used to this process and have decided to separate the nail trimming from the rest of the grooming so as to lessen the impact.

We're really enjoying having Talia be a part of our family and couldn't be happier with her. She seems to be very happy here as well.

Thanks for taking care of all the kitties!

Nick

(Last update: Apr 7th, 2017 1pm)

RILLA (THE LITTLE ONE)
Get in here! Sit down, because I'm getting on your lap! Okay, squat down and I'll get on your knees. Okay, lay down and I'll climb on your chest. Well gosh, just bend down and I'll get on your back. I just want a cuddle!!!!! What's the matter with that??????

Fur soft as silk, I'm an easy keeper!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Rilla (The Little One)
ID#: VA6160
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 17 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 02/22/09
Adopted: 04/05/09
Congrats: Victoria
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 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
4/22/16: Rilla is doing very well. It's hard to believe she will be 16 soon! She had her dental in February and didn't have to have any teeth pulled, thank goodness. She's slowing down a little, but continues to play and is so affectionate.

Rilla is thriving and such a sweetie! She had her dental cleaning in February and, unfortunately, had to have a couple of teeth pulled, but she did very well. She loves the heated mattress cover on my bed and curls up with me every night. When I adopted her, Siamese Rescue said she should be an 'only' cat. Siri told me that perhaps in the future I could consider adding another meezer and I would like to consider this.
7/28/14: I'm so lucky to have such a wonderful friend! Rilla continues to thrive and it's hard to believe she's 14 now. Her dental exam in February went very well and she didn't have to have any teeth pulled and her May check-up went equally well.
She is such a sweetie and likes to cuddle with me every night when I get home. Rilla still gets a little overstimulated when I brush her, but she lets me do so and doesn't put up any fuss when I trim her nails. What a difference it's been since I first brought her home.
I take her for walks in her pet stroller and she really appears to enjoy the outdoor time. I hope to have her for many more years and am very grateful for the years we've had. Thanks to Siri and Siamese Rescue for such a wonderful match!

4/5/17: We had a scare yesterday and I took Rilla to the vet. Her bloodwork came back with surprisingly good results. It looks like she has a UTI, which we're treating. She's feeling much better and I'll take her back to the vet in two weeks to get another urine sample. She is such a sweet girl and I am so grateful to have her in my life.

(Last update: Apr 5th, 2017 6pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Tripper
ID#: VA10638
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Balinese
Date In: 02/28/15
Adopted: 03/14/15
Congrats: Carol
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
TRIPPER
I came in with my brother, Rhody, however we're not showing any signs of being bonded, so right now the consensus is I could go home without him. I'm talkative, interactive and Balinese, the tiniest bit shy at first but doesn't take me long to come out and enjoy your company - check out my videos!
Notes from Home
It's been 3 months now and Tripper rules the house! My husband and I are total wrapped around his little paw. This is the first Siamese/Balinese that I've owed. So, it has taken some getting used to with how vocal Tripper is. He lets us know exactly what's on his mind - never mind the hour. He's my husband's best friend and follows him around constantly. We have now figured out why he's called Tripper. If you don't keep an eye out on where he is, most likely you will trip over him as he's always around your feet. What a gem!
One of our main concerns when we first adopted him was how he was going to handle a vacation we had planned in May. We were going to be gone 12 days. Well, our pet sitter told us that he was one of the best cats she's ever taken care of. We told her that she couldn't have him. :0)
Thanks so much for giving us Tripper!

For the 6 month update, I'm attaching a video of Tripper playing with my husband, as they do every morning, as is their ritual. I'm also attaching another picture of Tripper cuddling with my husband. Do you get the picture that there's real male bonding here. A wonderful and loving cat. Thank you!

It's now been one year since we were lucky enough to get Tripper. What a charmer! He's the perfect companion. We especially love it when he brings his favorite toy, DaBird, to my husband's feet, telling my husband that he has to play with him, RIGHT NOW! Of course, my husband does. He actually drags that pole through the house to wherever my husband is. He never bites, never shows his claws, never hisses. He just loves to sit on your lap and be petted. He passed his one year vet check up with flying colors, although he did gain a little too much weight. We are now watching his diet so that he can lose a few pounds. Thank you, Siamese Cat Rescue Center, again and again. I'm attaching a picture of Tripper looking at me - like what are you doing to me.

For two years now (has it really been two years!), Tripper has us completely wrapped around his paws. Wherever we are, he is. We have finally figured out why he was named Tripper: he is always around your feet. From first thing in the morning when he is at our feet in bed, throughout the day at my husband's side (my husband is definitely his person) to the evening when he cuddles in bed with us, to 4 a.m. when he comes up to your face purring to be petted (this is when I'm glad my husband is his person), he's always there. He's playful, loves to be petted, loves to answer you, and loves to eat! The vet says we have to watch his weight. What a treasure! Thank you for helping to make him a part of our lives. I've attached a couple of recent pictures. He so handsome!

(Last update: Apr 4th, 2017 9pm)

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