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I'm a handsome little lynx point guy with white feet. I had a really, really rough start in life, and someone caught me and brought me to the angels at the SPCA where they got me all healthy again. Adorable, sweet, goofy, playful... foster mom says I'm all these things. I love to play with my toys, and I'm a champ at eating and using the litterbox!
Name: Birk

(FKA Alf)

ID#: VA8288
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 01/04/12
Adopted: 01/28/12
Congrats: Miriam
Foster: Rinn


Notes from Home
Birk is doing well, and we love him dearly. You can see that he gets along with Wellie and Slippers also. He has the softest fur. He also has a short attention span which makes life with Birk fun!
(Last update: Jan 28th, 2014 9am)

Name:   Hera
ID#: VA9309
Location:  Indiana
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 06/08/13
Adopted: 07/20/13
Congrats: Alison
Foster: Jan

Foster Notes

Knock, knock.. Who's there?
Hera here and hopin for a forever home!
Is that YOU?!

Update: 6-17-13
Hera is a female flame point, which in itself is a bit unusual since most flame points are male. But other than being a girly-girly, she as all the wonderful flame qualities you could want, calm and loving, friendly and fearless, a lover of everyone and everything, easy to train and always has something to say!

Hera is fully integrated here with my cats and one large dog. She is unfazed by any of them so would likely do fine with another cat or a cat friendly dog. Hera's choice though, is her human, she loves to be with me, sleeping beside me or stretched out on the back of the couch (see pic). She is a bit of a talker but only when she has something important to say like "feed me". Hera is an absolute lover, loves to cuddle, loves to headbutt and purrs constantly. A true "people" cat, she always wants to be wherever her people are.

Come on, check out her pictures and video, you know you want to!

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Notes from Home
It has been 6 months since Hera came home! Originally named after a Greek goddess, her name changed to something that describes her petite build---Sesame (like a dainty sesame seed!). We affectionately also call her Pitty since she pitter pats around the house.

Sesame is doing well. She got a little sister (a lynx point Meezer from a local rescue) and they play like crazy. Sesame loves her toys and laying in sunbeams that come in through the front storm door. She had a great first Christmas and was very good with the tree. She liked to hide under it and peek out through the branches. They got a cool cat condo from Sandy Claws and both like the "penthouse" part of it.

We are so happy that she came to live with us, she is just a joy, and a sweet kitty. Thanks to Siamese Cat Rescue for saving her and helping to bring her to us from Indiana to TN!

(Last update: Jan 27th, 2014 7pm)

Looking for sugar & spice & everything nice? Wow...that's what I'm looking for too! I am a handful according to my foster meowm...She says I have a lot of energy & am a take charge kinda guy...whatever...I say I just enjoy life!

I can't wait for you to click on that button & ask about me & my foster meowm will see if we are a match - she does say that I must have a playmate!!
Name:   Keegan
ID#: VA7438
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 12/02/10
Adopted: 01/15/11
Deceased: 03/27/17
Congrats: Brian
Foster: Debi

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Just wanted to update everyone on Keegan's forever home status. I can officially say that he's the happiest little kitty in the world!! Keegan has adapted to his forever home better and faster than we expected. At the vet last Saturday, Dr. Straley said he was the healthiest (and most beautiful) little kitty he had seen in a while. He's gained a pound since coming home and he weighs in at 5.8 lbs. He and his new brother Scooby are as thick as thieves and get along so well. Thanks to everyone that helped bring Keegan to his forever home. We love him so much and he is so happy!! Thanks and enjoy a few pixs of the boys!!

Have to report to everyone that Keegan is doing great and he's the happiest big kitty in the world!! All grown up now as you can see but he's still a kitty at heart. Dr. Straley gave him and his sister Lennox both a clean bill of health last month. They get along fine and we are all happy, happy, happy in this forever home!!

(Last update: Jan 27th, 2014 1pm)

Name: Aleece

(FKA Alliss)

ID#: VA9318
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 06/13/13
Adopted: 07/26/13
Congrats: Jack
Foster: Jane

Foster Notes

Stop, look at me, I am growing up here!!! Do you want a sweet kitten that comes to you for affection and will sit on your lap and give you kisses? Well that is me. I think someone should ask about me and give me that forever home we are all seeking. Thank you, Alliss
Notes from Home
Aleece is doing fine. She's been over the diarrhea problem for a couple of weeks now. She's settling into a regular routine but she is a VERY active kitty so we're working through that issue with extra toys and playtime. But she loves affection and close contact with us. We're very happy with her and just love her to pieces.

Aleece has settled in and has become a big part of our family. She is with us almost constantly throughout the day. She's still very active but we've learned how to channel her "enthusiasm". She's very affectionate and likes to cuddle and sleep on one of our laps. She's turned out to be a perfect match for us.

(Last update: Jan 26th, 2014 9pm)

Friendly, outgoing, and loves company ! And opinionated and must be queen-dogs could be tolerated if well behaved, all other cats must accept my rule .
I am super curious, must be involved in everything, love to explore and find new things to entertain myself with .
The fridge has a lot of cool stuff !
I dont like to travel, so no long transports please !
Name: Tally

(FKA Talisa)

ID#: VA9763
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
DateIn: 12/23/13
Adopted: 01/12/14
Congrats: Anne
Foster: Heida

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
I renamed Talisa "Tally" and she is doing great! She's a little dynamo and she has been playing, playing, playing and climbing all over the house. She loves her Turbo Scratcher, and right now her favorite toy is a little orange catnip mouse that she carries around the house like her baby when she's not kicking the tar out of it. She likes to give me affectionate head butts that are more like full body side swipes, and she spends some time each day snuggled on my lap. It's wonderful having her here.
(Last update: Jan 26th, 2014 3pm)

Name:   Nena
ID#: VA7437
Location:  Massachusetts
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
Date In: 12/02/10
Adopted: 01/06/11
Congrats: Jodi
Foster: Frani

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
Hi my name is Nena.
N stands for nice - I am as nice as can be as a matter of fact I am down right sweet!
E stands for exceptional talker, I talk about the weather, my blankets, life. It also stands for escape - yes, I am faster than a speeding bullet.
N stands for - No problem with food, Meowm thinks I have a hollow leg!!
A stands for - adorable and would love to be the apple of your eye.

So come and get me!!! Make our Holiday dreams come true!!

Notes from Home
13 July 2011:
Overall, things continue to go very well. We have successfully retrained Nena not to have her face in the middle of our dinner plates. She quickly learned that she will be rewarded, with appropriate treats and love, if she sits quietly and lets us eat. Yeah!!!!

Nena seems to be quite "at home" with us here. She is very social, eats well, has excellent litter box habits, and loves to play. We have recently discovered that she can no longer tolerate the Royal Canin wet food; if she eats it, she will throw up within an hour and then feel pretty lousy for a while.

We have also discovered that Nena LOVES to eat plastic shopping bags. It's madness! We cannot even bring in groceries and sit them on the counter for more than a minute without her chewing through the bag and eating a chunk of it. It scared us to death the first time we caught her eating the bag. Fortunately, she threw it all up within about thirty minutes. A little research on this, and we discovered that they use some type of gelatin in the manufacturing process - she must also like Jell-O, but we are not about to go there!

Skyy and Nena are regular play dates now. They chase each other about, toss toys at each other and also call out to each other in their special Siamese way every night. It is very cute to watch them. They still jockey for the alpha position - - Skyy challenges Nena, Nena backs down. Nena challenges Skyy, Skyy backs down. There have not been any major skirmishes, however. Nena is quite the Warrior Princess.

Similarly, Nena challenges Lili for position, winning every time. This has been challenging, as Lili does not fight back. Lili hisses and growls and then retreats, which seems to make Nena more aggressive with her. Since our last update, the conflicts between Nena and Lili have become fewer and less intense. We have had weeks where there is no conflict. :-) The times when there is conflict, it is usually because only one of us (not both of us) is at home for a few days. This creates tension as Nena feels territorial for more attention.

Additionally, Lili has been hanging out with the other two in the sunroom nearly every day for the last month or so. It is SO nice to have all three of them in the same room, peacefully. Lili is becoming more of herself, demanding attention and being more present with us. We continue to get to know Nena, and she is such a sweet and playful girl. Can't imagine not having here with the rest of the pride.

15 January 2012: Nena's annual visit to the vet went smashingly well. The poor doctor had to pick up Nena and run some water in order to get her to stop purring during the exam so that she could hear her heart and lungs. Nena is such a sweet girl! Her check up was great, and she seems to thus far have avoided the Siamese "bad teeth" gene. Her teeth are gorgeous! She continues to bond with the other two cats, and there hasn't been any hissing or spitting in months (between Nena and Lili). All three of them routinely curly up on the bed together.

Nena likes her tuna in the morning, followed by a little hard boiled egg yolk. We have discovered that wet food makes her throw up within about a half an hour of eating it, so no more for her. She is on an all natural diet (Orajen) and she is doing really well.

She prefers her hairball treats to Laxatone, and she loves, loves, loves the little fleece mice that were made by her foster Meowm. She carries one of them around in her mouth nearly all of the time - a gal needs to be ready to play at a moment's notice. ;-)

26 January 2014: What can we say about Nena? She is a doll. She follows us around the house like a purring shadow, and she loves to watch the birds out the windows. Every evening, she lays on our laps while we read or watch television. Sometimes, she even lets us know how impatient she is getting for us to sit down by standing next to us and "yelling" until we either pick her up or walk toward a couch or chair. She is an absolute trip!

She and Skyy are definitely the two love bugs in the house. Both of them want to be hugged and petted and play. Lili has her moments of being petted and playing, but she is definitely not one to want to be picked up or held. Although we do pick her up and hold her for a minute or two, just so she knows it is safe and nothing bad will happen to her.

All in all, Nena is delightful - and we love our brood. :-)

(Last update: Jan 26th, 2014 1pm)

I'm a little bit shy, but I warm up quickly;
I really want to be your friend, but Im a little bit scared.
I like to have a safe place to retreat to when I'm unsure.
I'm learning to play, I like catnip and the laser wand.
I love to have my head and neck scratched, I'll head butt you in return.
I like other cats, but they have to be quiet and gentle and not chase me around.
I'm going to need a quiet home with someone who is patient and will let me come around in my own time and on my own terms.
If I sound like the kitty for you, please click on my "Ask about me" button and foster mom will get right back to you.

Name: Lili

(FKA Sadie)

ID#: VA5588
Location:  Massachusetts
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 03/17/08
Adopted: 04/04/08
Congrats: Jodi
Foster: Lesley

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
A big "HELLO" out there to the Siamese Rescue Center; Lili here. I am so happy that my meow foster Mom gave me to Jodi and Eileen. They have a very cozy home with another furry fine fellow named Skyy; he has showed me the ropes and he loves to play with me and snuggle with me on the bed. I especially love to taunt him when we both watch the birds on the cat tree in the sun room. The silly boy falls asleep and I pop him in the head, and he doesn't know what hit him for a minute or two. I'm sneaky that way! ;-)

It has taken me a while to figure out that this is my home, and I am now feeling comfortable in my forever home. My care givers let me have personal space, and that has helped me feel comfortable... so comfortable that I am now demanding attention. In the mornings, for instance, I routinely stand on them in bed, and tell them in my own special way that I need some pets and love. Only a couple of months ago, I started to "talk" to them, and they got so excited to hear me that now I know exactly how to get their attention quickly. Skyy is not always so pleased that I can get attention as easily as he does! But, I am the Queen of the house.

My two meow-moms have been able to brush me and clip my nails on a regular basis, and I love licking the Laxatone off of their fingers in the morning. Sometimes I have to wait for them to catch up to my schedule for the Laxatone, so I sit patiently on the kitchen rug and wait for them.

I LOVE to look out the windows and watch the birds, squirrels and chipmunks - I get so excited that I often chirp and meow while I am watching them. I have a healthy appetite, but I am not a piggy like my brother, Skyy. It's important to maintain my girlish figure, and the vet says that I am in excellent health, even though I have wobbly knees, whatever that means. It didn't stop me from catching that pesky mouse that got into the house this past fall. My meow-Moms were so excited that I caught it - no big deal. It was fun.

At first, Skyy used to chase me around the house at night, trying to get me to play with him, and now, I often initiate the chase and he has to work to keep up with me. (I think this is a good thing, cause he's on a diet.) :-)

Guess that's all for now, 'cause it's a beautiful day and the birds are at the feeder. My meow-moms have uploaded some photos so you can see that I'm ready for my close-ups.

15 January 2012: Ms. Lili seems to have inherited the Siamese "bad teeth" gene, so she will likely need to have more oral surgery here in the next 2-3 months. About a year ago, we had her teeth cleaned, and in the process, we were notified that 5 of her teeth needed to come out. She felt much better afterward, but we hope she doesn't freak out when she doesn't have any of her canine incisors.

Lili will always be a very skittish girl, but she is so sweet. She loves to play, usually at night, and she has the softest meow and purr. We absolutely adore her.

January 26, 2014: My, my how time flies! Last year, Lili's "Siamese" teeth brought her new challenges. We had to remove all but one of her front canines as they were developing abscesses and were causing her not to eat. Since the surgery, Lili has been more present and playful with us.

Lili continues to be such a sweet girl, and she is more demanding of our attention (which is a welcomed change!). Over the last year, she has become more confident, and each night, she comes to see us in the living room. She jumps right up and lays down next to us, purring like a freight train. She LOVES to be scratched and petted, and she feels comfortable enough to stretch out and let us rub her belly (but only for a minute or two). She snuggles up next to Skyy, and occasionally Nena too.

We have discovered that she really likes the little miniature tennis balls. She bats them around the house, romping here and there, for 30-40 minutes at a time (usually at night). It makes us smile that she is finally coming into her own. It's hard to believe it has taken this long, but we absolutely adore her.

(Last update: Jan 26th, 2014 12pm)

Name:   Liberty
ID#: VA9304
Location:  Ohio
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 06/07/13
Adopted: 07/18/13
Congrats: Melissa
Foster: Jamie

Foster Notes

Look at this face. No, really, look at my face and tell me I'm not the most adorable little tortie snowshoe kitten you have EVER SEEN?

That's what I thought.

My foster Momma named me Razzle Dazzle for the amazingly sparkly, super outgoing, lots of purring, lots of playing, very vocal personality I have. I've told her that it's a very long name, so we've come to a compromise. I whole-heartedly agree...call me Razzie for short!

I purr, make biscuits, and elevator butts...dang, I'm a fast learner! I could very easily be paired with the handsome Firecracker-- you might say we're a smart match. Wouldn't you agree?
Notes from Home
Liberty is doing very well aside from a GI issue that we are dealing with. We took in a stool sample over the weekend and it came back negative for coccidian. I will be taking her to the vet with another sample today. She will also be getting her rabies vaccination and we will be establishing care with the vet today.
She is a beautiful little girl. She is warming up to us and will now come to us and jumps up in our laps to be held. She's still very small, but has a huge appetite and loves to play. She and Firecracker get along extremely well.
We have been letting them out of their confined room to begin getting used to the rest of the house. They are doing much better with this. The first day they would run and hide and had to be lured back with food, but now they run off to explore and then seek us out.
She has this odd little meow that cracks us up. She appears to be fragile, but in many ways she's braver than Firecracker. She's doing great.

8.19.13 - Unfortunately, we are still dealing with GI issues. It appears that Liberty is doing a little bit better, but now Firecracker has full blown diarrhea. It's been a bit stressful and we're disappointed that we haven't been able to have them outside of their confined room, so they are still not totally acclimated to our home. Aside from the medical issues, both kittens are doing very well. Liberty is starting to fill out and she's turning into a beauty while Firecracker is still his adorable self. They get along great together and we really can't wait until the GI issues are over and we can have them with us throughout the day.

1.23.14 - Libby is doing very well and has grown into a beautiful cat. We are estimating that she's around 8 months old now. There are times when I wonder if she thinks she's a younger sister to Celeste rather than a cat! She's a perfect companion for Celeste and for our family. I can't imagine life without her. I've attached two photos of Liberty. In the one you'll see just how comfortable she is with us as she's lying on her back, partly covered with a blanket, snoozing while we're watching a movie. Thanks again to all for your support and assistance!

(Last update: Jan 23rd, 2014 8am)

Oh tooo yummy. High energy, high activity, high loving, high vocalizations - I'm one fantastic kitten!
Name: Leo

(FKA Webber)

ID#: VA7982
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 08/16/11
Adopted: 09/04/11
Congrats: Laverne
Foster: Siri


Notes from Home
Leo continues to captivate us all. He & Duchess chase & play all over the house. I've uploaded a photo of them wrestling in the living room. The other photo is of him playing in his tunnel. Leo is into everything. I can't open a bag,cabinet, or anything else without him coming to "help" or investigate. Right now he's sleeping in the cat tree in my room.

I've had Leo a month now & he's grown quite a bit but is still slim even tho he's been eating a LOT of canned food recently. He's still very much a busybody & he & Duchess have taken to having wrestling matches in my closet. Late at night when I'm in bed I often hear GALLOPING,thumps, & the sounds of paper bags being attacked.

It's October now & Leo's has established himself in the family. He sleeps with me, my nephew, or my brother or anwhere he pleases & chases Duchess relentlessly. He's hard on breakaway collars ! I've had to replace one for being ruined so it wouldn't fasten right anymore, and he's lost his new one twice. It's somewhere in the house & will probable turn up any day now. He likes to watch big cats on TV so I've included recent photos of him watching a cheetah on one of the many nature shows on Animal Planet or Nat Geo.
DECEMBER 4TH Leo is now a little bigger than Duchess & is solid & muscular. His coat is very soft & full. He continues to have a big appetite & will eat Duchess' leftovers or even eat her food before she's done so I have to make sure he gets a good dishfull. He eats whatever canned food I give him
( Fancy feast, 9 Lives & Friskies) & isn't finicky at all. Duchess, a former abandoned stray,whom I adopted in February,used to be like that but has become a little finicky lately. I guess she figures that now that she knows she's got a good home & is adored & loved it's time to lay down her paw & start making demands!

Sept 8,2012 leo has been with us for a whole year as of Sept 4th. He's grown into 10.5 lbs of healthy beautiful seal point tomcat.He passed his August vet check with flying colors. He continues to be,in Siri's words "..... a rough and tumble one, a super manly one, a busy active athletic pounce and chase one." Duchess can handle him when he gets too rough. She'll run or smack him upside the head. She's a high energy kitty,too, & I still hear them running & chasing at night. A few weeks ago there was a loud crash in the wee hours. They had knocked over my tall Vornado fan that blows air up the stairwell. Once Leo knocked over the floor to ceiling cat tree. I still have to use covered litterboxes because they both dig "China holes" & throw litter everywhere when they go but their litterbox habits are excellent with no accidents. Leo likes to cuddle & have his tummy rubbed & will hang out with whoever's home & sleep wherever & with whomever he wants to. Same with Duchess. Sometimes they just want to be petted & loved on. Leo's not a very vocal Siamese, has a soft voice & only meows when necessary, like when he sneaked into a closet & was shut in for awhile. He's a lot of fun & a joy to have around

Leo is now 2 years old . Again he passed his vet check with flying colors but this time his behavior was horrible. He carried on like a wounded tiger & the vet had to put a towel & a net over him to give him his shots! The vet said it's probably because he's grown now & not a kitten. He still loves to play. He & Duchess stilll make THUNDERPAWS in the wee night hours. Leo has become very fond of my nephew because he's at home when I'm at work & will sit outside his bedroom door & yell to make him get up. I retired from teaching in June 2013 & am home so i can spend more time with the cats. Leo is still into everything & recently made a mess in the bathtub by knocking over a plant I had set on the edge while cleaning. Soil spilled in the tub & he played in it making a big dirt mess for me to clean. He still has his habit of "burying" his food bowl when he eats his fill & Duchess started doing it,too. Duchess likes to watch the toilet flush & now Leo does it. COPYCATS !! Both are spoiled rotten & a joy to have.

(Last update: Jan 22nd, 2014 1am)

Name: Aly

(FKA Analea)

ID#: VA9317
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 06/13/13
Adopted: 07/04/13
Congrats: Sheila
Foster: Jane

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
Just arrived. More information soon.
Notes from Home
Happy New Year,(1/21/14) just wanted to say thank you for Aly - after fearing I had made a dreadful mistake in adopting a kitten with my existing 6 yr old rescue - they have finally made peace and come to terms with each other. A long haul with Aly having to set up residence in the guest bath and having to keep them separate for months -which was emotionally painful for all. I am so glad they get along - there are moments when Sammie (6 yr old) gets fed up with Aly's kitten antics and lets her know - which is healthy for Sammie to interact with her new sister.

I'll try to upload some pics!! Again thank you.

(Last update: Jan 21st, 2014 8pm)

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