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Happy go lucky boy delighted to be indoors instead of dumped outside where I wasn't wanted. Ready to make your acquaintance!
Name:   Napoleon
ID#: VA9536
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 09/14/13
Adopted: 10/05/13
Deceased: 06/01/14
Congrats: Karen
Foster: Siri

This cat will not tolerate being with a male cat. Usually this is a male cat.Not with Male Cats


Notes from Home
Napoleon's been with us for a month now, and he is doing really well! We love having him as a new member of our family, and from the very first day he has shown us that he's a well adjusted cat who is comfortable in our care. He's wonderful in all his habits, aside from an insistence on digging the dirt out of our potted plants (large stones on top of the soil should help to curb that). I do wish he was a bit more cuddly -- the end of the few seconds during which he'll acquiesce to some cuddling/head rubbing is signaled by a quick warning bite to the loving hand. But even that is improving, and sometimes now his warning is just an open mouth, which we quickly heed. At just over a year old, he's very young and energetic, and probably his sweet calm purring lap-sitting moments will increase as he ages and becomes even more comfortable with us. He has boundless energy! We really think he would play until his body just gave out -- he's a focused and agile stalker/jumper/racer. He captures his "prey" in his mouth and swaggers with head and tail held high, dragging the toy (stick, string and all), down the hall or stairs into a box or inside his play tunnel. Hilarious!

Our dear N is such a joy. He's a very "young" 18 months; very curious and into everything. He's totally wedded to the daily routine, and eagerly anticipates thrice-daily dedicated playtimes. He's a nut with his toy called a "Cat Catcher" -- clearly that is the best thing on Earth from his perspective! We're happy to report that he, as we had hoped, has also become a bit more cuddly now that he's been with us 4 months. As the photo shows, he occasionally is a blanket-hogging lap sitter! Makes us very happy. :-)

Tragic news to report - Napoleon has passed away. We are completely devastated that this beautiful bundle of energy and joy is gone after only eight months as part of our family. While we were on a week's vacation in early May, our cat sitter (who is a vet tech) called to say Napoleon had chewed a toy and might have swallowed several inches of elastic string. All of us were highly alarmed, but as three weeks passed with no change whatsoever in his behavior, we dared to hope all would be well. But on the evening of June 1st he went into severe distress and after exam/tests at the emergency night-time vet, we made the decision to end poor little Napoleon's suffering. I'm trying to see the bigger picture, that SCRC rescued him from trying to survive on his own, and for eight long months of his too-short life we gave him a very loving and caring home. But even after several weeks have passed, I'm still completely heartbroken that he is gone. I know that all of you understand, and cared for him and us, and we wanted you to know.

(Last update: Jul 2nd, 2014 4pm)

Name:   Indie
ID#: VA4245
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Blue
Date In: 06/17/06
Adopted: 07/01/06
Congrats: Kathy
Foster: Siri

Vocal, demanding, in your face, petite, sweet and opinionated, I'm just the cat's meow for someone who wants a very in your face, very chatty, very involved cat. I'd probably do best as the only cat only because I sequester all the attention if at all possible, but if you want to bring in a laid back elderly gentleman to keep me company, as long as he dotes on my every need, we'll do fine.
Notes from Home
At age 12, Indie is still healthy and happy. She had a great check-up with her vet.
(Last update: Jul 1st, 2014 4pm)

Hi, I'm Roulette!

Spin that wheel and see if you win me!

I'm cute as they come and full of sass and spunk! Momma was a tortie and I'm
a Blue dilute tortie. I have one back paw that is tortie colored and it has pink pads! Foster mom says that makes me very, very special! I'm just a little shyer than my brothers, but it doesn't take much to convince me to snuggle. I am now seeking out pets and snuggles from Foster mom - that is when I'm not too busy playing with all the toys or my brothers.

I must go home to a playful boy kitty that needs a playmate, Chances are good I will want to rule the roost so my new playmate must be willing to bow to my wishes.

I'll be ready to go the end of June.

Name:   Roulette
ID#: VA9282
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 05/25/13
Adopted: 06/29/13
Congrats: Adda Lee
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


Notes from Home
Dear Monique, Siri, and all Rescuers,
Meowmy said I should write to tell you how it goes in my forever Home. Meowmy and Daddy thought my name fit me so we deceided to keep it. I was an escape artist when I arrived at home, so I stayed in lockup for two days and then I staged my escape. I scooted out of my room so fast Mom never saw me. I ran into my little Ragdoll brother in the hall way. We both jumped straight in the air and started to play. We got along real well but Jackson was very sick and crossed the Rainbow bridge. I miss him but not a lot.
I really like my doggy brother ,Cashmere. We chase each other every evening. Sometimes Peanut, my other doggy brother, deceides to chase me and Cashmere jumps between us and he backs off Peanut. I don't worry because I could take either one down if I had too.
We all sleep at the bottom of the bed. I let Cashmere use me as a pillow and when Peanut is cold,I snuggle back to back with him.
Meowmy tells me I have some "issues". I'm not sure what she means. I can turn a roll of toilet paper into a huge pile of confetti. This seems to distress her. She says there are better uses for it. She also gets grumpy when I attack her big toe at 4:00AM. I don't think the poor soul has a sense of humor.
But she must, because when I jump over top of Cashmere, she just laughs and laughs.
I really like my forever home, meowmy, and dad. Thank you Siamese Rescue for saving me and matching me up with my family.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all.

(Last update: Jun 29th, 2014 9pm)

Name: Santana

(FKA Saviero)

ID#: VA6164
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 02/25/09
Adopted: 06/28/09
Congrats: Mary Ann
Foster: Mama Rosa

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
***********PART OF A LOVING PAIR**********
*******SEE CARLO VA6163********

Saviero; I'm down here, right below you. Is that you right above me, Carlo?

Saviero: Yeah, what's up with that? Already on Page Two. Nothing wrong with us, yeah right.

Saviero: Shhh! Quiet! They are reading this. No, I really like it here and I don't want to leave.

Saviero: Ya know, we aren't kittens.

Saviero: And we are not fearless, either.

Saviero: I guess we wait.

Saviero: That's what mama says: It only takes one person.

Saviero: OK, meow.
Notes from Home
Santana is also doing quite well. Santana will now let us pick him up alot more than he use to. He like to get up on his window pearch alot and look out side. Carlos will get on his window pearch but not as much as Santana. When I am laying on the couch watching TV Santana will get up on the couch so that he can lay down beside me. If Carlos hapens to come over he wants to get on the other side of me. Ed and I enjoy watching both the cats play. Both of the boys are in good health and see the vet regurlay. Santana still does not like to be put in his carrier to go to the vet. When we get home he runs and hides for a couple of hours and then he will finally come out and come around us.
This past year Santana has come along way. He is now following us around the house, and talks much more to us. First thing in the morning he knows what my routeen is and if after I finish it and forget to pick him up and give him his morning kiss and hug he yells very loudly to get my attention so he can get his morning hug and kiss. Santana spends alot more time out with us during the day instead of alot of time under the bed. He has been being alot more vocal lately. When Santana and Carlos are playing they are sure fun to watch. Both cats went to the vet to get their nail cut and the vet said they are doing just beautiful. For the last year Santana has changed so much. He now likes to lay on my lap every time I am working on the computer,when he wants attention he will tap on the key board to let me know that it is time to pay some attention to him and quit working on the computer. In the morning when I first get up and go out to make my cup of tea he is right behind me meowing for me to pick him up and give him some hugs & kisses. This past year he has turned into a real love bug. He is just like his brother about the litter box. Santana expects it to be cleaned as soon as he is done. His checkup at the vet was all good.

(Last update: Jun 29th, 2014 4pm)

Hi! Meowmy calls me Precious because she says that's what I am. I just got here and I'm recouperating from my spay surgery s and am doing well. I eat all my food and use my litter box like a good girl just like my mama taught me.

Now all I need is a forever home. Could that be yours?
Hit ask about me and maybe it could be. Better hurry, cause meowmy says everyone wants a sweet girl like me!
Update: I had my vet visit today and the vet said I'm older than first suspected. She said I'm about a year and a half old, and in nice condition. I guess I'm just petite, though I now weigh 7 lbs from all that good food meowmy gives me.

Name:   Precious
ID#: VA6299
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 05/06/09
Adopted: 06/27/09
Congrats: RUTHANNE
Foster: Jeanne

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Hello to All,
June 2009 - We were so excited and thrilled to bring Precious home. She was a good traveler and it only
took her a few minutes to decide to let us pet her, do a roll and go exploring. She seems to have made herself at home, has a favorite windowsills in each room, likes to be with us wherever we are. Keeps Joe company in his office on the windowsill watching the squirrels chase each other on the tree outside of the window. Usually wakes us up with a few races up and down the hall or a game of soccer with a ping pong ball.
The vet was very impressed with her and with Siamese Rescue as well. She weighed in at 8.75 lbs. She loves her food and can't seem to get enough. We will have to be vigilant about overfeeding her.
2010 - It has been more than a year since Precious Penelope, as we call her, has come to live with us and she has been the BEST part of the year. She is so cute and adorable. She has a tunnel which
she loves racing through every day, loves balls of any kind and her cute furry mice sent in her wonderful care package. We have bought her various catnip toys, but her favorite seems to be her
carrot which she plays with every morning. She is quite smart and learns quickly, except for wanting to get on the dining room table.
We can't THANK YOU all of you, Peggy, Jeanne, Rose, Roy and Siri enough for this wonderful addition to family possible. Joe and Ruthanne

June 28th, 2014

Dear Friends,

Precious, now Penelope, is our very special girl. She has been a joy since bringing her home, continuing to make us laugh, being a gentle companion and
charming everyone who meets her. They all say, what a pretty cat. Then we get to tell them the story of Siamese Rescue. She has been to work with me,
been to the pet friendly hair salon with me, rides in the car for errands sometimes (not when its hot) and been to family gatherings.

After a serious scare in Dec. 2012 where she ended up in the hospital, with bowel issues; she has recovered completely and seem to be just as she was.

Penelope here, "Just letting everyone know I have a lovely home, in the trees, so to speak. We live on the third floor of a building surrounded by trees and I
spend most mornings and some afternoons watching doves, robins, cardinals, crows or the squirrels chasing each other up and down the trees. I have a
window seat in most of the rooms so if there is nothing happening in one window there probably is in another.
I have tried all of the chairs and sofas in the house to see which are the best for napping in, one is mine exclusively, and also the ironing board with my
special mat on it when my humans aren't ironing.
My favorite place is in the kitchen at dinner time, especially when fish or turkey is in the oven. I sit by the oven waiting for dinner. Tilapia baked in olive oil,
with chopped basil or parsley on top is one of my favorites. Mom recently served bay scallops and I thought that was yummy good too. The vet says I eat
better than he does. I'm thinking of writing a Feline cookbook for our humans. Mine say I have very gourmet tastes. Breakfast is Nature's Instinct, canned
Rabbit or Duck. For all you felines, especially those with tummy issues, have your humans feed you these., any Nature's Instinct. Mom says there is a special ingredient in them which is good for us.
I keep Dad company in the office most days when he works from home.
Sometimes we go for a short ride in the car to Haverford College. They have a lake with ducks and geese, even herons sometimes. I go in my carrier, but
get to sit out and see them up close, they don't even know I'm there.
Right now I'm relaxing on my back in the big chair in the office with Mom while listening to music. We'll go have playtime for treats after this. Mom sets up
the chairs in the living room for me so I can jump from chair to chair for treats of course, wave for her, and either my left paw or right paw when she asks
for it" (Mom here, "having Penelope respond to asking her for her left paw was easy, it was usually the one she put out first, maybe she is left pawed?
The right one was more of a challenge but she seems to know which to put out when I ask here for a paw tap. So cute."

Thanks to all for rescuing Penelope and bringing us together. Joe, Ruthanne and Penelope.

(Last update: Jun 29th, 2014 2am)

Name: Scout

(FKA Caleb)

ID#: VA10023
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 05/13/14
Adopted: 06/14/14
Congrats: Betsy
Foster: Belinda

Foster Notes

Hi, my name is Caleb and I just arrived. I was born on the side of the road and scooped up along with my mom (she's a little on the wild side) and all of my non-meezer siblings the same day we arrived on the scene. I've spent the last 8 weeks in the shelter with this bunch and I'm ready to venture out on my own! So far I LIKE IT! I've got a whole room to myself with a BIG litterbox and a BIG millie bed and a BIG plate of food that nobody gets to step in but me!!! I love playing with foster mommy and daddy and am curious about the BIG cats and doggie that live here. It's a BIG world out there and I'm ready to conquer it!
Notes from Home
Scout has met his fur family. He's made fast friends with Leo my
male lynx point but less so with Kally my
seal point. She's a bit hissy. She is no longer the kitten with Leo all to herself.

(Last update: Jun 28th, 2014 10am)

I am a young cat that still has a lot of kitten in him. I like people and will meet you at the door and want your attention when you have time to give it. I am a very handsome fellow. I had my vet exam and everything checked out good. I appear to be very healthy and I am ready for my forever home. Now we just need someone looking for someone like me. Nothing not to like here. I am getting to know the resident cats too.
Name:   Zeus
ID#: VA9861
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 02/16/14
Adopted: 03/29/14
Congrats: David
Foster: Jane

Foster Notes

This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs


Notes from Home
Well let's see Zeus is still thriving, he is such a ball of joy it's as if is a comedian constantly on stage. I taught him a new trick he sets at the coffee table and waits till I place all his treats down and then he won't touch then till I say it's ok he is super smart. Other than that he is getting a little chubby so I ordered him a collar and leash and we are going to walk the hallways and stairwells for exercise. I'll keep you in the loop about our kitty weight loss boot camp. David Burkhart, Zeus, and ValentinašŸ¾šŸ¾
(Last update: Jun 28th, 2014 7am)

Name: Mickey

(FKA Shane)

ID#: VA6352
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 05/30/09
Adopted: 06/27/09
Congrats: Ronnie
Foster: Jane

Foster Notes

Very loving that is what foster mom says. Very handsome, that is something else she says. What do you think? Ask about me. I would like to stay in Florida where it is warm.
Notes from Home
Mickey, formerly known as Shane, is called the Pretty Pretty Prince by his meowmy and the King of Trouble by my husband.
We recently were blessed with twin grandchildren and Mickey is, by far, the best of our five kitties with them. He loves the color pink and has two pink beds, for when he doesn't sleep with me. He's so clean and gentle, except when it comes to our smallest girl, Juliette....a tiny rescued lynx point.
We now live in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fl, and all of our pets seem to enjoy escaping the humidity of SoFla. Our screen porch backs up to a nature preserve so there is always something to keep the kitties busy.

(Last update: Jun 27th, 2014 5pm)

If you have not already noticed in my photos - I do not have a tail. Foster mom says that I have Manx in my family somewhere as well as some Himmy since I am a little fluffy. I am a sweet loving boy and should fit anywhere that is ok with kitten policies.
Purrs, Oliver
Name:   Oliver
ID#: VA10011
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
DateIn: 05/09/14
Adopted: 06/07/14
Congrats: Susan
Foster: Kay


Notes from Home
New Pictures posted
Oliver has settled in quite well and is a ball of energy. We are so happy to have him join our family

(Last update: Jun 25th, 2014 6pm)

Name:   Duffy
ID#: VA2116
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 06/07/03
Adopted: 06/28/03
Deceased: 02/26/14
Congrats: Dwight
Foster: Siri

Had my bath, had my vet visit, did my Isolation time, Aunt Siri says I"m next up to get out and play, and I can't wait! I'm very busy active friendly loving curious headstrong friendly guy, so if one of those adjectives is what you're looking for, I'll pack my Duffyl bag and head to your house! Congrats Dwight & Kelly in VA!

No new pictures yet
Notes from Home
We lost this beautiful boy on February 26, 2014, after over 10 wonderful, happy (and what seems extremely short) years. Oh how we miss our little Wuffers. We believe Duffy was probably a bit older than the original estimate, probably 6-7 versus 4. Duffy had a wonderful spirit, and except for losing some weight, was himself until literally days before it was time... Although we had extensive tests done, including a Sonogram, Blood-work etc., the Vets could find no particular cause for his gradual decline, which we have to attribute to aging. [We had sent this information before, but not through the Siamese Rescue website.]
(Last update: Jun 24th, 2014 11pm)

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