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I am a fierce, striped jungle beast, shown here killing my prey! What? That's not prey? It's a roll of paper towels? Well, it sure looked dangerous to me. And I'm not a fierce jungle beast? OK, so I'm really just a loveable and goofy lynx point. I love everyone here - the cats, the people - and I just love attention. I love to be held and cuddled and kissed. I have perfect litter box manners. I love to be brushed, I love to eat, I love to play. I love life! So why is such a great cat still avaiable? I've got a bit of a viral thing going on - but I'm getting better. I've got some sneezes, and one of my eyes is a bit squinty. The vet thinks it's a virus and I'm on a cheap vitamin called L-lysine for it. None of the other cats here have caught it, so if you have healthy kitties I can probably come and live with you. Foster mom will talk to you all about it, and also tell you how proud she was of me for protecting her from that wicked roll of towels!

Want a beautiful, near-perfect jungle beast? Then ask about me!
Name:   Mr. Chang
ID#: VA5862
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 08/17/08
Adopted: 10/11/08
Deceased: 07/27/15
Congrats: Michael
Foster: Jackie

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Mr Chang continues to be a happy, healthy feline. He loves people and climbs into their laps every chance he gets. Very gentle and very friendly!
(Last update: Oct 12th, 2014 9am)

Name: Lili

(FKA Liliana)

ID#: VA9554
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Points: Chocolate
Date In: 09/21/13
Adopted: 10/05/13
Deceased: 06/01/16
Congrats: Sue
Foster: Siri

Lovely gal friend if you like chocolate wedgies!

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Notes from Home
Update on Lili
Wow! What a treasure! We love her!!

Let me start at the beginning:
We brought her home on Saturday, October 5th and put her in Ralph’s study. We put one of the pads that Siri sent with her on a table in the window and under a lamp. We had kitty litter there as well as dry and wet food and water. She ate the wet food right away but never touched the dry food that Siri had sent with her. She also didn’t eat the shredded chicken that came with her.

We kept her away from Braeburn, our 14 year old Seal Point male, for one week. After a day in Ralph’s study, she was eager to see what was outside that room! If we weren’t very fast at closing the door, she was out like a shot! On Monday with Braeburn in our bedroom, we closed that door and let Lili out in the rest of the house. She had no fear and checked every corner out. Then she settled in to a chair and went to sleep! If one of us was sitting in the living room or watching TV, she immediately jumped into one of our laps, curled up and went to sleep.

On Saturday, October 12, her week of isolation was up. I had taken Braeburn to the vet on Thursday for his annual check-up and the vet suggested that we put Lili in a cat carrier in the living room and let Braeburn see her and sniff her. He hissed briefly, walked away and then came back hissed one more time, walked away and then came back and didn’t hiss. She showed no fear. I thought she would cower in the back of the cat carrier but she didn’t. She was right up front, eager to meet Braeburn.

So after 45 minutes in the cat carrier, we opened the door and she came right out. Braeburn sniffed her rear and she walked around the room unafraid. He went back to our bedroom to sleep and she settled in to a chair in the living room.

For the next three nights we put her back in Ralph’s study for the night. Then the next night we didn’t close her in the room. She came into our bedroom, got up on the bed and curled up against my stomach. Braeburn usually sleeps down by my feet. That night he didn’t sleep on the bed, but Lili was there all night, I think. The next night, Lili was in the same spot and Braeburn joined us in his usual spot down by my feet.

One day after that I was reading in a chair and Braeburn came and settled in next to me, not on my lap. Lili came and jumped up on my lap and when she did, Braeburn left. The next day, the same thing happened except that when Lili got up on my lap, Braeburn didn’t leave. She settled in and went to sleep with her head on Braeburn’s back leg. He didn’t move!

I took Lili to the vet last Monday for her “meet and greet” with the vet. She was fine.

Food wise she refuses to eat any dry food. So I have been feeding her ½ can of wet food twice a day.

She is the sweetest cat! She has no fear of anything. We do have to be careful to close outside doors. One morning Ralph went out the front door to get the paper and the screen door didn’t close fast enough and all of a sudden he realized she was walking down the front walk! She is really fast! She must have been allowed to be outside in her former home. I would love to know her history. She is such an affectionate cat! We love her and thank you for allowing us to adopt her. What a wonderful addition to our family! She is such an outgoing cat. When a stranger comes in, she greets them and gets in their lap! Braeburn by contrast is shy and doesn’t come out to greet strangers.

I have to also say a word about the Siamese Rescue Center. I have been following you for at least 16 years and have seen you grow and get more professional and sophisticated in your operations. My parents lived at Lake of the Woods and my sister brought my mother down once to see the center when she was in a wheel chair. They came unannounced and you were so gracious to them and showed them around. Then when my dad died my sister and I took a break from cleaning out their house and came down to the center again unannounced. By that time you had the large building for the cats. Again, you were so nice to show us around and tell us what you were doing. I continue to be impressed with what you do and how well you do it!

November 5th- We just received a reminder from the SRC that Lili had been with us for one month. We can't remember when she wasn't with us! We continue to enjoy her. She and braeburn are chasing each other around the house, eating out of each other's dishes, using the same litter box. Neither one seems to have any issues. As far as Lili is concerned this is her home. It as though she can't remember any other home. They both sleep on the bed with us. Lili up between us and Braeburn is his usual spot at the bottom of the bed. Sometimes when I go looking for her, she is in her Millie bed all curled up asleep! Right now it is on the floor but I am trying to find a place higher up for it. We did get her a window perch which is in the sun. She sleeps up there if I put her there but she hasn't jumped up on her own yet.

Update- April 5, 2014- What can I say? She is a real treasure!! She loves strangers or visitors who come. She immediately gets in their lap! We call her "lap lady" or "lovely lady" what Alistair calls Jean in As Time Goes By. She loves her Millie bed especially when it is in the sun. At breakfast she sits on the floor and waits for permission to jump in my lap while I am having my coffee. We can't remember when she wasn't part of our family! When we got her, she didn't do much talking. About a month ago she started and her voice is getting louder but she is still relatively quiet. She usually spend the night between us on our bed. Two nights ago it was very warm and I found her in her Millie bed sound asleep.Thank you so much for allowing her to become a member of our family!

October 8, 2014- Lili is asleep in the sun in her Millie bed as I write this. She has had her annual check-up at the vet and is in good health. She loved going to the vet once she got there! She contiues to greet everyone who comes in the door and if they don't acknowledge her, she rubs against their legs. We have a neighbor who says she is a dog person but if she could have a cat like Lili she might just become a cat person. Everyone who meets her falls in love with her. We feel so lucky to have her with us! What a wonderful addition to the family!

(Last update: Oct 8th, 2014 4pm)

Not too sure if you're going to be nice or nasty, so I need a really nice person. If you're consistently nice, I will be too, but you're going to have to convince me you're not one of those hot and cold people who loses their patience. I'm taking it slow and easy and learning step by step; I will get along fine in a multicat household, or you could take me one on one and we could work through our issues together. Just give me a chance.
Name:   Cocheta
ID#: VA4313
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 07/15/06
Adopted: 10/08/06
Congrats: Jessica
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


Notes from Home
Reading the intake notes were like a therapy session! I can't believe how far I've come or that it has been 8 years! Upon arrival, my people decided that "Cocheta" wasn't working for us, so, despite being highly creative people, they re-named me Kitty. Yes, "Kitty", but in recalling all the cats waiting to be adopted, I decided that wasn't the worst thing that could happen to me. It literally took me a few years to get settled in (I admit, I really was a bit of a project cat). Based on my behavior, my people decided that I originally lived with dog people, and mean dog people at that. Boy do I hate the sound of whistling, and I couldn't believe my new people were encouraging me to get on the sofa! I rewarded them with purring, although sometimes it was just too much, so I'd have to bite them a little to let them know I needed my personal space back. There were some dark days, too, like when I got addicted to treats, and aggressively demanded them. I also put on some weight, so I got a bit of a lecture at the vet's office. I also got a housemate, Sox, that my people let in from outside. I liked it much better when they thought she had feline leukemia and kept her locked upstairs, but another test a year later showed that she wasn't sick at all. We've been sharing the house for almost 6 years, and we still can't get along. If only she would admit that I am the alpha cat, everything would be fine.

Anyway, after a few years, the people brought home a rather curious package. It sounded like me, but it looked a little odd. I did a really good job of protecting it. Somehow, I knew when it was crying whether it just wanted attention or if something was wrong. When it was hungry, I went to the people and yelled at them to do something. I even slept by its crib. I must have done a really good job, because not long after, they brought another one home. It took some time and practice, but I finally got them to master front-to-back petting, and now that the older one is in kindergarten, she really knows how to rub and scratch my ears and neck. I'm very careful not to bite her, even when she doesn't quite pet me the way I like. I let her know I like her, by coming when she calls me, and sleeping on her pillow. The younger one is nice, too. He's 4, and when I ask for things, he always asks me what I want (in a nice way, of course).

Overall, I am a pretty happy cat, but I still get in trouble with the vet for my weight. I don't eat junk food anymore, just my Chicken Soup brand dry food, but I've always been a little heavy, from when I first got here and liked to stress eat. My people make sure I stay healthy, and they don't talk too much about my weight, mostly because I'm really nice with the kids, and whenever anyone comes to visit, I am the very first one to welcome them to our house. The only thing I've never really overcome is this picking up thing. I let one of my people (my "mom") pick me up, but we try not to make a habit of it, and I still swing around and give her a hard stare when she puts me down, even if I liked being held just a little bit. The one thing I have discovered JUST THIS YEAR is laps. Who knew how warm and snuggly it was on laps?! Now I can't get enough!

Well, that's all for now. I've made sure the people put some food outside for the stray cats (I get to lick out the cans, yum!), and now it's time for my nap. But I'm glad I had a few minutes to let you know how much I appreciated getting a second chance, and how my life has been these last few years.

(Last update: Oct 8th, 2014 10am)

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Name: Chancy

(FKA Dill)

ID#: VA8802
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
Date In: 09/15/12
Adopted: 09/29/12
Congrats: Phyllis
Foster: Debi

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
I am one of those meezers that has a sad story behind me & because a lot of caring people took me under their wings & saved me....here I am in Siamese Rescue just waiting for my new beginning to happiness. Right now I am setting in & my foster meowm is allowing me time to feel safe. She said something about a photo shoot being taken later tonight...so I suppose that means pictures...I like having my pictures taken & will show you just how handsome I am.

Let's get started on our beginning to happiness...click on that button & ask about me.

Soft purrs,

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Notes from Home
It only took a few weeks for. Mr. Shy to show his true self---Mr. In-charge. Two years later, he has mellowed, but my lap is his lap. My bed is his bed.. The resident lady cat, Mia takes exception to those opinions, but deals with it diplomatically. They aren't buddies but have reached a mutual tolerance. The drop in "maleness" has had a lot to do with it. He has never made a meow sound even when humans try to speak Siamese to him in case he just needs tutoring. Vet sees no physical reason for his silence. I keep track of his whereabouts as he loves to make doors move & has shut himself in & couldn't tell me so. Chancy is so smart--will sit or rollover on command. He may know other tricks which have not been discovered. He has darkened considerably & is a handsome fellow, playful & affectionate, is usually where I am. My Lap Warmer !!
(Last update: Oct 6th, 2014 10pm)

Update` as promised, here's my full face photo shot. Check my gallery for more pictures on my lazy Sunday morning antics.

Purrs and twirls~ Monkey

I just got here!
I am so hungry!
they should have name me Piggy instead of Monkey, though I am quite adept at scampering around too.

Foster mom keeps bringing me food and that makes me so happy, almost as happy as snuggling in her lap. I love attention so as soon as I gain some much needed weight, I'll have her snap a full face photo of me!
Name: Coco

(FKA Monkey)

ID#: VA8800
Location:  Indiana
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: 4paw
Points: Seal
DateIn: 09/14/12
Adopted: 10/06/12
Congrats: Thomas
Foster: Jan

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Coco is doing well considering she has a very sensitive GI system from her FIP problem. She only weighs a little over 5 pounds and eats about a 1/4 cup of dry food (Hill's Science Diet Original) each day. She has more good days than bad, and has been pretty stable overall for the last year. Our vet told us about 1-1/2 years ago that she probably would not last for more than a few months, but has been with us for two years now. She will have her annual vet check later this month.

Her personality has really developed . . . very playful and talkative on her good days. She is a real creature of habit, and she has us trained pretty well. When we travel, we have good friends close by that come and visit and take care of her needs while we are gone. Our vet will not board her due to the FIP unless she would be kept in isolation. It is probably much better for her to stay in our home with good care when we are gone occasionally.

I have uploaded several pictures for you to see.

(Last update: Oct 6th, 2014 7pm)

Name: Guiness

(FKA Charlie)

ID#: VA9895
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 03/08/14
Adopted: 04/06/14
Congrats: Walter
Foster: Jane

Foster Notes

Hi, I am a little skittish but watch my brother to see what he does and then I follow him. I think this is a good place for now but want a home to call my own. In my young life I have had at least four homes and now I am ready to have a home that is forever. I use the litter box and I eat ALL of my food. I love my brother and we eat, play, and sleep together. A trip home that is no more than a one day transport would be our ideal. Does any of this sound like a cat you could love>? Then click on ask about me and do it.
Notes from Home
A quick follow up on Dingle VA9896 and Guinness VA9895.

These two boys, we collectively call them "the twins" have been the greatest joy to us. They are growing like weeds, eating like horses, and acting like rambunctious teenagers. The bonding process with our other feline kids is complete. With their BIG big brother HenryO, they have become an inseparable trio. Old man Freckles accepted them right away and they are working hard to get Tria ,the Matriarch, on their side.

As they mature, Guinness has become the real lover with Dingle more reserved. The twins are always together and the decision not to separate them was spot on. Both are as smart as can be. They have added life to our family and was a great decision to adopt them.

All of this would not have been possible without the great staff and volunteers at VA Siamese Cat Rescue Center. Thanks again to all of you.

Walt and Pam Smith

(Last update: Oct 6th, 2014 10am)

What I love: cuddles, conversation, company, attention. I'll also give those back to you, too. Want to share?

Sassy was found as a stray but obviously has been a pet, is in elegant condition, and front declawed. Wonder who could have possibly lost such a stunning cat!

Ask about me now because I won't be on this page for long!
Name: Mocha

(FKA Sassy)

ID#: VA5688
Location:  Delaware
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
DateIn: 05/30/08
Adopted: 07/05/08
Deceased: 09/01/14
Congrats: Kathryn
Foster: Diane

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


Notes from Home
Passed away 09/10/14. Miss her cuddles and comments.
(Last update: Oct 6th, 2014 7am)

Name: Shiao Mei Lin

(FKA Lark)

ID#: VA10262
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 08/23/14
Adopted: 09/19/14
Congrats: Hiromi
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
This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
Oh so hopeful.

Hopeful someone will see the hope in my eyes.

Hopeful someone will love me.

Hopeful someone will be gentle with me.

Hopeful there is a lap out there just for me.

Hopeful I will be the song in someone's heart.

Foster Meowm says I am passing lap-sitting 101 with flying colors! I sometimes still scoot, but mostly wait for her to pick me up and snuggle and play kissy face with me. I love laying on her lap and getting petted and rubbed. I just purr and purr. As soon as I jump in her lap all by myself I can get my Lap Sitting Diploma. I play so nicely and gently with all the toys and with my roommate. I'm too much of a princess to wrestle and roughhouse, so no bully boys or girls please.

I got my Lap Sitting Diploma today!!! In fact I didn't want Meowmy to put me down.

AND, I'm going home!! Yah...My very own lap is in my future!!!
Notes from Home
Thank you, Nancy and Virginia, and everyone who were involved in my adoption. Shiao Mei is doing well.
(Last update: Oct 3rd, 2014 9pm)

An outgoing friendly guy, I was a stray for some time and am now ready to call your home my home! I'd do better with a busier household over a quieter one, older kids would be great, and if anyone was interested in walking their cat like you would a dog, I might well be a candidate!
Name: Samson

(FKA Suri)

ID#: VA9879
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 03/01/14
Adopted: 03/12/14
Deceased: 08/06/15
Congrats: Steven
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
Just figured I'd post an update on Samson:

Initially Samson was very laid back, well behaved,and loved to be pet. When I took him to the vet he got very stressed out and nervous(I could barely get him in and out of the carrier). The vet warned me that one of his teeth may need to be pulled and that I should bring him in for a cleaning in a month or so so that they can reassess. They also warned me that he shows some signs of arthritis in his back legs and that I should give him Cosequin. Lastly she warned me that he has signs of a heart murmur and gave me a specialists number.

I haven't followed up on the specialist yet, it sounds more expensive than I'm prepared to deal with. Also, I've read that stress can throw off those tests and Samson was beyond stressed at the vet.

After bringing him back it took him awhile to warm back up to us. After another week we began to integrate him with Stella. She hissed at him a little at first, but that has stopped. Stella also tended to follow Samson around which made him nervous, so we'd still give him some time alone.

Now we leave them both out together and they seem to be fine. They don't play much or anything, but they are fine around each other and they always eat together. Just today I found both of them sleeping on our bed near each other.

Samson has been getting used to the place and is back to being really cuddly despite being a bit nervous when we are walking around near him. He LOVES to eat and yowls in the morning in anticipation of me filling his bowl.

Our only real problem(aside from the vet ones) is that he sometimes gets mean towards me(and more frequently my finacee). He'll be fine and then all of a sudden start biting at you. Also he sometime will follow her and bite at her heels. Still, I think it's starting to pass. He's just very slow at getting used to things.

Oh, also its probably worth mentioning that he hasn't tried to run toward the front door at all! I know that was an initial concern with him.

UPDATE 10/3/14:

Everything has been going great with Samson. He's actually curled up next to me on the couch right now! I think he's calmed down a lot now that he's had time to adjust. He doesn't really show any of the mean behavior anymore. He does sometimes get "overstimulated" when petting him but that's all. Also he can still be pretty skittish if you approach him standing up, but he's getting better. He loves cuddling whenever me or Brittany are laying on the couch or in bed. He also loves hanging out in my "man cave"/video game room.Oh and he and Stella get along pretty well now. They chase each other around and play all the time now. Things are going great!

(Last update: Oct 3rd, 2014 9pm)

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Name: Bailey

(FKA Yankel)

ID#: VA9852
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 02/07/14
Adopted: 02/20/14
Deceased: 10/01/14
Congrats: Marge (margaret)
Foster: Debra

I just got here and got my bath. I will let you know more about me as I get settled in and make myself comfortable.
Notes from Home
I wish we had good news. It's been a roller coaster for sure.

Since Monday, Bailey had not eaten. We brought him to the vet this afternoon, and she confirmed that the earlier "bounce" was due to the residual Prednisone in his system, and not as a result of infection that was getting under control.

As Bailey had Lymphoma, we decided that euthanasia was the preferred option. It was not an easy choice by any means. The vet and her assistant were very good, and Bailey was so lethargic to start with, he didn't resist. His passing was swift and painless. His remains are being cremated.

Please continue doing your wonderful work. Bailey has been a blessing to us.

John and Marge

(Last update: Oct 3rd, 2014 5pm)

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