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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
PERSONAL INFO
Name: LeeLoo

(FKA Jolene)

ID#: VA11889
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 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

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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!

10/1/17 - Leeloo has come so far in the past few months. She's out and about, comes around some times for some loving. She's always there for dinner and sings until we put it down. She loves our catio and spends most of her day out there. She loves to be brushed and to play. She probably won't ever be a lap cat, but I think she loves us.

9/23/2018 - Leeloo is becoming friendlier and more social every day. She loves her people and is completely comfortable. I never thought that she would be this comfortable, or settle into laps, but she crawled into my lap on her own this morning.

(Last update: Sep 23rd, 2018 10am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Callie
ID#: VA12434
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 19 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Calico
Date In: 12/10/17
Adopted: 01/06/18
Congrats: Kira
Foster: Kay


CALLIE
A sweet older gal who has been with her buddy, Blue, since he was a kitten. Good natured and outgoing. Would be best as your only cats.

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Notes from Home
Blue and Callie have had such a great first day, I can hardly believe it. I am so grateful to everyone who has made it possible for them to join our family!

1/11/2018
Miss Callie weighed in at an even 16 pounds today, down from almost 19! She credits healthy eating and taking the stairs at work. At least someone around here is keeping their New Year resolutions.

Miss Callie went in for a weight check today, and she has lost another 6.5 ounces. Good girl!

09/21/18
Our old girl seems younger every day! I do not know how much weight she has lost, but she is now living life like a healthy cat. She goes up and down stairs all day long like it’s no big deal and is even jumping up on tabletops.

(Last update: Sep 21st, 2018 12pm)

EMERALD
Hello?

Is anyone out there?

I've been at my foster meowmy's house for 5 weeks!! That's a really long time to be waiting for my forever family. I love my foster meowmy and all, but it's time for me to go home. Maybe you're the one!

In case you haven't heard.....

I am a very sweet and social girl. I am affectionate and just love attention. I like to talk sometimes. But playing is my absolute favorite thing to do. I love to play and can be a bit of a crazy kitten at times. Because of this, I will need a (male) kitten or young cat as a playmate.

If you are looking for a sweet and fun kitten, then I'm your girl. So ask about me!

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Emerald
ID#: VA10971
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 08/06/15
Adopted: 10/25/15
Congrats: Kristen
Foster: Michelle

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
Emerald is loving her new home and new friends, Zeus and Simchah. She is the baby around here and would love it if someone would carry her around all day long or rock her. She still comes running when we call "where's the baby?" She had a bout of Giardia, but the last test came back negative, so hopefully we are done with that. She loves story time and bedtime with the twins. When it's storytime, she runs in the room curls up in the lap of whoever is reading aloud in the rocking chair (so she can see the pictures of course!) and listens to the story. Then when it's over she runs off to play with Zeus until she wears herself out and I tuck her into her cat bed at the foot of Mary's bed. It's like having a toddler all over again! The amazing Squirrel Tail still inspires awe. The twins love to put on kitty shows staring Emerald as she chases her toys and jumps over things. She has become even more of a talker. Such a sweet girl. I still can't believe no one snatched her up, but I'm glad they didn't because she is our baby.


Emerald moved with her family to Canada. We are all enjoying Toronto and Emerald is making friends with our new collie puppy Skye. So far it is mostly pawsies and chase with Emerald chasing Skye. Zeus is still her best buddy though. She is taking over being the boss of the house from Simchah and loves to sleep with Mary in her loft bed.

(Last update: Sep 19th, 2018 1pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Zeus
ID#: VA10764
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: male
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 05/16/15
Adopted: 07/11/15
Congrats: Kristen
Foster: Michelle


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
ZEUS
Hello! I'm Zeus :)

I am a very sweet fellow who enjoys purring, pets, and playing. I've just gotten over the ickies, so foster meowmy is still learning about me as my personality begins to shine. But I guarantee you will want to about me because I'm just that cute!


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Notes from Home
Zeus continues to be our sweet little love bug. He has been diagnosed with inflamatory bowel disease, so we have him on a new food, probiotics, meds and weekly vitamin shots. He purrs through the whole thing and whenever he goes to the vet everyone oohs and ahhhs over how cute and sweet he is. They are right of course. he still has his little tummy pooch, but on his new food it's not quite as large. Only when he sneaks into Emerald's food. He and Emerald have become best buddies and he goes to Simchah for all his babying. Our daughter Emma adores her little guy and declares "I don't care about his pooch, he is the kitty for me." Both of the girls help with his meds and Emma mixes his food. She helped diagnose his digestive problems by listening to his belly and comparing it to the other cats', so we may have a budding vet on our hands. The twins joke that Zeus' pooch is where he stores his purrrs because he never stops purring. He also loves a tummy rub and snuggling with everyone.


Zeus has moved with his family and best buddy Emerald to Canada! We are all loving it here in Toronto, even the winter is great when you are a warm, furry cat. He loves tummy rubs and sleeping with his Emma in her loft bed at night. Zeus still loves to be kissed and cuddled. We are feeding him a Canadian brand of catfood which really seems to agree with his tummy issues and he is more lively than ever. He had surgery on a cracked hip bone last year (who knows how that happened) but with physical therapy, he is better than ever and showing up all the things he can climb on. He got rather spoiled by the therapy and the two weeks he had to stay in Emma's room, and now he wants her with him all the time.

(Last update: Sep 19th, 2018 1pm)

MORNA
Hello!! is anyone out there? I am a no issue sweet girl who gets along with other cats. Right now I am hanging out with Minea and we are having great fun. Only problem is she gets to go to her forever home very soon and then who will hang out with me? Isn't there someome out there who would love a great purr machine kitty to play with their kitty and sit on their lap and be buddies? I am ready and waiting. Thanks, Morna
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Morna
ID#: VA3603
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 18 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
DateIn: 08/11/05
Adopted: 10/09/05
Congrats: Kristen
Foster: Jane



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Notes from Home
Today we said good-bye to our beloved Simchah. She was the best of cats and my dearest feline companion for 14 years. 5 homes, 4 kitty room mates, 3 churches, 2 babies, and 1 puppy and she did it all with so much love. She was the little moon in my orbit and kept me company many lonely days rarely leaving my side until the girls were born and then she became their little nanny. She would say "meow-woo" and in our shared kitty language, that meant "where are you?" I would answer her and she would come find me wherever I was in the house. When I was in pain, I would meditate on her breathing. When I was on bedrest for 3 months, she stayed right beside me. She would listen to the girls inside me and when they were born she sat under their cribs to keep an eye on things. She came in their room every night when they were toddlers and let them kiss her goodnight. When we moved to Canada and they had separate rooms and loft beds, Simchah would climb up into each girl's bed when it was time for prayers. When she could no longer make the jump, she would wait to be lifted into their beds. When her asthma became to severe for that, she still came to their rooms or lay outside their bedroom doors. Even this morning we found her in Mary's room. She loved those girlies like her own kittens. She will be so missed. I named her Simchah, the Hebrew word for Joy, and that is who she was. A constant loving, joyful, peaceful presence and we were so blessed that we were hers.
(Last update: Sep 19th, 2018 1pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Koko
ID#: VA11478
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 05/21/16
Adopted: 06/04/16
Congrats: David
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
KOKO
A stray who has had a few (minor) negative experiences with people, I'm a lover waiting to blossom, a little jumpy and nervous at first (no loud chaotic households right now) but am looking to become one wonderful loving goofball of a boy!

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Notes from Home
KoKo has assimilated into our family very well. He likes resting on laps where he can be petted. He recently has decided that our bed is a good place to stay at night. He still is not too sure of Polly when she is excited and will get away from her. They have become used to each other & will go nose to nose often - even lying near each other when people are around. KoKo has adopted Ellen as his favorite human & I come in a close 2nd. He will get into the cat tree & lie there watching out the picture window. He also is loosening up and will play some with the feather stick, long string & the laser pointer dot. Overall he is working out well.

It is now the middle of December 2016 and Koko has been a member of the family for 6 months. It took him 3 months before he would consider sitting in my lap as I suspect he thought it belonged to Polly. Since then, he and Polly sometimes decide to share my lap at the same time & usually Polly will get down and let Koko have the full area. On occasion Polly will try to get Koko to run so she could chase him, but Koko just looks at her & says non-verbally - no way! Koko hasn't learned the days of the week nor the time of the day yet. Ellen gets up & goes to work M-F at 5:30 AM and he wants his morning meal at that time, even on weekends when we'd like to sleep later. We found that if we give him a small bit of dry food early, he will quiet down & maybe not be so vocal for an hour or two, but it is difficult on weekends. We are considering an automatic food dispenser for those times. Koko likes being around Polly & waits for her to come in from outside when she has to go. He also likes to greet Ellen when she comes home from work, but he expects dinner to be provided at that time whether it is 4:30 PM or 5:30 PM, thus more time education is required. Overall hew is a happy cat and we are enjoying his presence.

6/6/17 It's been a year now! Surprise. Koko took about 3 months to get comfortable with my wife & I. He still is leery of being picked up, but my wife has had the most luck handling him. He recently got his 3 year shots so he is up-to-date. He was very good with the vet. He has developed an internal "feed me" clock that usually corresponds with our routine. The evening time frames are the ones that seem to have him "talking" about a 1/2 hour before 5 PM. He and Polly get along well and Koko will sit in the kitchen and "talk" if Polly is outdoors with my wife or I. He quiets down when Polly returns & they kiss & make up. Nothing unusual with him, his manners are good and there is not a lap he does not like.

9/17/18 Our home is KoKo's territory. His internal time clock is operating at full strength and we acquired an automatic dry food dispensor to satisfy his noon and 3 PM & 3 AM desires for food. His normal feed time is 5:30 AM & PM and weekends are still a contest to see if he will be quiet until 6:30 or 7 AM. He still tries to annoy Polly - or get her to play, but Polly just ignores him - she is too old for that kind of energy use. He stil does not let anyone pick him up, but Ellen can hold him in her arms once he has settled into her lap. He is interested in greeting new people when they come into his world, but after an initial greeting, he goes off on his own to let the humans interact. Poll;y is the main one to make sure the new humans are acceptable to her owners.
Overall he has assimilated into our daily life well and only occasionally can he be an annoyance with his vocalizations usually demanding food. He vocalizes often when Polly is outside - misses her being in the house.


(Last update: Sep 17th, 2018 8am)

SMOKEY
Had my bath and I am loving being brushed and all the attention. I am used to people (that treat me nicely) and have a hoarse, soft meow. You can get me on your lap - but I won t stay long.

Not a picky eater and love my wet food.

I like wand toys and when I catch it, like a true Siamese will chew and suck on it if you let me.

Check out my videos of my second day at my foster home.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   SMOKEY
ID#: VA12596
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
DateIn: 04/21/18
Adopted: 05/19/18
Congrats: Kellie
Foster: Elizabeth

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Notes from Home
May 19th I was sent out on my journey home.
my Foster Mom Elizabeth put me in her car. She drove me to meet Barry.
Barry drove me for the next hour till I meet Denise.
Denise drove me to Robert. Robert then drove me to Amy.
Amy drove me to Gail. Gail then drove me to Lucy.
Lucy then got me to my forever mom.
Smokey has some amazing Meezer Express drivers.
They ran into some traffic and some heavy rain.
They got him to us safe and sound.
We then drove him home to Massachusetts.

Smokey was in a car and his crate from nine in the morning till about
6PM,
All in all he did amazing.
We learned on the ride he hates stop and go traffic
And would yell at it.
We also learned he loves oldies music and Prince.
When he got home he went into the bathroom and hid
In the tub. So we moved his litter box and food in there for him.
When my husband checked and he was still not eating
He put the dish I. The tub. This made Smokey very happy.
He ate so fast we thought sparks would come of the bowl.
I then sat on the side of the tub and talked to him.
After a few minutes he started talking back to me.
A few minutes later he jumped into my lap.
He let me pat him for a few minutes then got down.
I left him to explore his litter box. He users it.
That made us very happy as he did not use it for his foster mom for a long time.
I went to put some laundry in the wash and when I came into the living room
He was up on my husband’s lap. He curled in a ball and fell a sleep.
He is so sweet. When we went to bed he followed us in.
He jumped up on the bed and laid claim to the corner
At my husband side.
Our daughter is a school teacher and works weekends at at
A restaurant. She was working and did not get home till almost 2 in the morning.
Smokey meet her at the end of the Hall. She called his name and he ran to her.
They became fast friends.
This morning he was up and looking for food at 6AM.
I feed him . He ate all his food.
He then took his wand toy back to my bedroom and
Jumped on the bed. He wanted his daddy to play with him.
He is such a good boy.
We thank everyone who helped get him home to us.
5/27/2018
Well I have been home with my forever family for week.
It has been a great week. I have taken over and showing
I am in charge.
Everyday I meet my human sister at the door with my wand toy.
She plays with for hours.
Everyday I jump in daddy’s lap so he can read me the paper.
I am becoming very vocal to everyone.
I love to help mom fold laundry. Well I like to steal socks
It is a fun game to have mom chase me and try and get them back.
Yesterday Mom and my sister took me to the vets.
I was not happy about being in the carrier or the car.
It was a very long 3 mike drive.
The vet was very nice. I curled myself in mommy’s
Arms and tried to hide.
The vet said I am very happy and healthy.
I was very happy to get back home.
I am starting to come out of my shell.
My Mom says I am such a good boy and is so happy to have me.

Smokey is a amazing boy. Everyday he gets more and more
Out going. As I type this he is running around the
house being wild.
He loves his food and is using his little box like a pro.
We are so in live with him and can not picture life without him.

Thought I would give a update. Smokey is a sweet boy. It feels like he was meant to be part of our lives.
In July we had to take him to the vets. He was not using his litter box so I knew something was up. He had a UTI. The vet came him meds and within a couple days he was back to normal. He was very good about taking his medication. That shocked me.
We have found a few things that he is very afraid of. When he first came to us he hated the front door being open and hearing traffic going by. So we worked with him and every day would sit on the floor with him and open the door a little bit at a time. He now demands that the door is open. When we get up in the morning he eats his breakfast then goes to the door and cries till someone opens it.
he is very afraid of thunder and lighting and heavy rain. He does not like plastic bags. (that I am thrilled about). He still hates the car rides.
He still seeps with me and hubby and every night brings in toys with him. he has his wands and his stuffed cat toy he took from our daughter.
He followers me around the house all the time. When I get home from work he meets me at the door. He explains what has been going on all day. He now stands on his back paws and will stretching up my leg so I will pick him up. He has started giving lots of kisses.
Every night he hops in daddy's lab to have the paper read to him. It is the cutest thing. He will slap the paper when he is done.
He does have a bad habit of slapping and nipping at you leg if you do not feed him fast enough. We have found saying excuse you to him he does stop. He knows he was fresh so he drops onto your feet and cuddles them. It is cute.
He does love shoes and will steal them,
Everyday gets better and better with him.
Smokey does have nicknames from all of us and will answer to them. I always call him my Boo Boo Bear. My husband calls him the smoker and our daughter Shay calls him her sweet boy. But if one of us calls him by the name the others call him he ignores us. LOL
We did find trimming his nails a hard time. We found what works. I hold him and trim them and while I do Shay feeds him snack. Each snack gets 2 nails done.
He is a good boy. We are so in love with him. He knows he has all us wrapped around his paw.


(Last update: Sep 16th, 2018 4pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Syrinx

(FKA Chrissy)

ID#: VA4163
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 05/12/06
Adopted: 06/17/06
Deceased: 09/15/18
Congrats: Mark
Foster: Donna


SYRINX

*** LAP CAT! *** LAP CAT! *** LAP CAT! ***

Need one?

Pick me! Pick me!

I came in with the rest of the crew here, but let me tell you, a difficult beginning has not affected my attitude one iota. I am one sweet girl! No more of that breeding stuff for me, no sir-ree! Soon as I get my little operation and finish some of my medicine, I'll be available to come and be the ...

JOY OF YOUR LIFE!

If you just LOOK at me, I get my motor running -- you can hear me from across the room!

Better be ready to chat ALOT - I love to talk! I may need a companion if you don't have, say, 20 hours a day to hold me. I have to wait a while before I can meet the resident cats here but Mom thinks I'll be great with other feline companions since I've been around so many of them my entire life.

I'm a petite little thing - you could mistake me for a kitten, really. I'm a lynxie but I've got beautiful orange ears.

So...what are you waitin' for?????

Hit that "ASK ABOUT ME" button and I could become your next best friend!

Love

Chrissy

5/24 Update: I started meeting the other residents here and I've started playing with one of them already. The rest are checking me out. Mom says I'm "very confident and not aggressive" (I don't know what that means but it sounds good, doesn't it?) Getting my little operation tomorrow.

6/3 Update: I'm doing great. I've moved in with Chandler. He loves me! (But, who wouldn't?) He's been so lonely, I'm keeping him company - check out his pictures. The last two are with me - I'm the blonde, of course.

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Notes from Home
On September 15, 2018, Syrinx left our lives after a long battle with (we discovered) a growth in her throat that caused her increasing difficulties with breathing. Towards the end, she slowed down only begrudgingly, and continued to claim prime napping spots. For 12 years she has been a good kitty and brought joy to our lives (even if we didn't appreciate her doing it at 4am). She was a little kitty with a huge purr, and she will be missed.
(Last update: Sep 15th, 2018 1pm)

SASSY
Not sure how I ended up at a shelter, but then found my way to Siamese Rescue. I am all settled in and have become quite a love bug. Just had bloodwork done and all is Aok. I am on a diet and slowly losing some of the "extra"weight that foster mom says I don't need. Getting along fine with the other kitties but would be ok being an only cat, too. I am playful and affectionate.
Purrs, Sassy
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Sassy
ID#: VA11522
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 16 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 06/12/16
Adopted: 08/24/16
Congrats: Sandy
Foster: Kay


This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats

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Notes from Home
It has been one month since Miss Sassy arrived and what a wonderful month it has been! Sassy is the most delightful and loving little friend and companion. She seems to have known right from the beginning that this is her forever home and she immediately adapted (well, maybe assumed command better describes it!). I just love her!

She has made friends with my family and especially loves her new grandmother in Yorktown! My mom fell in love with her, too.

I cannot thank the Siamese Rescue Center enough for the great work they do in rescuing these marvelous creatures and caring for them so well until their adoptive parents take them home. It was evident that Sassy had been lovingly cared for by her foster mom, and I was grateful for the detailed instructions she gave me when I took Sassy home. You folks are terrific!!! Thank you for all you do. Sassy and I both send you our love!

(Last update: Sep 15th, 2018 11am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Reba

(FKA Bambi)

ID#: VA8453
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Blue
Date In: 04/01/12
Adopted: 05/19/12
Congrats: Nancy
Foster: Sandra


REBA
Hi, I'm Bambi. My first foster mom gave me that name because my tail is only three inches long-just like a little deer! My personality is as sweet as the real Bambi. Right now I'm a little cautious of my new surroundings.
I like to walk around the house and head butt foster mom and the resident cats. I will let you hold me and pet me on your lap. As time goes on, I'm becoming less shy, and spend more time relaxing on the bed.

I would do well in a quiet home. I don't have to be the only cat, as long as there is no bully. I've been through a lot, maybe that's why I look so sad, and sound like I'm crying when I talk.. Someone declawed my tiny little front feet, then abandoned me outside. I was found living in a parking lot with a feral colony. Somewhere along the way, my tail was damaged and had to be removed, except for the last three inches. That's a lot of trauma for a tiny five pound cat! Can you blame me for being a little cautious in my new surroundings?

I deserve a loving, forever home. Will it be yours?

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Notes from Home
Reba has developed personality and charm as the years have progressed. Now she is focused on keeping me and my husband on her strict schedule, which among other things does not allow sleeping in past 7:04 am or providing lap access in the evenings on the couch. She is very vocal and gently insistent and has completely bewitched our neighbor cat-sitter, so no trouble getting help when we travel.

On the health side, she seemed to have developed a flea allergy and scratched and chewed herself raw in the first year until the vet prescribed immune suppressing meds (cyclosporine). Now for the last year she has been chronically snuffly and sneezy, despite clear lungs and some efforts at antibiotics and backing off the immune supressant.

Regardless, she is a delight and a charmer.

Curiously, she took almost 5 years of enticement to become at all interested in any cat toy, settling on a feathered thingy on a string that I jerk around to mimic prey. On the other hand, since we are in Florida, and occasionally get small lizards in the house: these stand no chance against her hunting skills.

She still weighs less than 7 pounds and is a fussy eater, but looks good and gets good care at her vet. And yes, they all love her too.

She is so unlike my previous Siamese: gentle versus aggressive, food fussy versus food hound, clingy versus selective, quiet versus lots of cat hobbies. Both have been great friends and family members though.

(Last update: Sep 15th, 2018 10am)

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