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Only cats with updates are listed below. If you are an adopter and would like to make an Update, visit your Application Status page and look in the Previously Adopted section for the Update button.

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CAPTAIN MORGAN
Avast ye maties! The Cap'n here!

Shipwrecked on the beach and land locked now - thankfully no longer locked up in the slammer though!

As you can tell from my videos I am one friendly kitty.

While I was with the evaluator I'd go after her kitties and had to be kept behind bars. Well, okay, not really bars. Foster Mom has me in ISO in the bathroom and says she'll see what happens here but for now, I'd have to be your one and only!

If you don't have any other fur around the house, why don't you ask about me?

Love,

The Cap'n

UPDATE!! I'm okay with other cats - I like to play with them so no old, fuddy-duddies!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Captain Morgan
ID#: VA9092
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 02/27/13
Adopted: 03/17/13
Congrats: Lori
Foster: Donna



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Notes from Home
3/29/2013 Captain Morgan has settled in nicely. He has been playing and eating. He had his first vet visit and passed with flying colors. He has put on .50 lbs since he has been here. Morgan as we call him is a wonderful, fun addition to out family.

4-13 Captain Has been busy triying to help with the housework. He moves his balls from one end of the house to the other. He was trying to help us paint in Abbey's room. Today he was climbing the ladder to see if he could help with the electrical in the attic. lol

4/27 Captain Morgan has really become a member of the family. He has decided that the nipping isn't really a fun game. It has decreased a lot. Abbey is more comfrotable with him. she was actually holding him today. I am uploading some nes pictures and a video- hopefully it will come through.

(Last update: Apr 27th, 2013 6pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Sparky
ID#: VA8446
Location:  Connecticut
Sex: male
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 03/26/12
Adopted: 04/22/12
Congrats: Bernice
Foster: Trish


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
SPARKY
No, I'm NOT:

... yowling ( I do talk, but am not a yowler boy)
... growling (I'm generally polite to the other meezers here)
... ready for a mouse (well, maybe!)
... waiting for dinner (well...)

No, I was YAWNING when Foster Meown got my tonsils in full view! I do like my naps, but I'd also like to be snuggling in your lap. Or going for a ride on your shoulder - my very favorite activity!

It's so great to have my very own room, with a huge people bed and three windows from which to watch the birdies. So much better than the cage in the hall of the shelter. I had lost my home since kitten-hood, due to the economy (whatever that is) and after a sojourn at the shelter, got a new home. Unfortunately, my new family didn't speak Siamese, so I got returned. Now I'm at the Italian B&B for Wayward Meezers, for a 'stay-cation' while I de-stress a bit and get my whiskers in order.

If you speak Meezer, I'm the guy for you! I've got a big purr-sonality, love laps and so want my very own home and people to love. Can it be with you?
Notes from Home
Just having fun playing with my new Owner wo doesn't understand me yet. I try to grab her and put my paws around her when she least expects it. Sometimes I kiss her to hard. I really love her. She let me go for rides in her new vehicle. She totaled her Jeep in an accident last November and was very ill for quite awhile. Now she is back to work and going to Real Estate School for Con't Educ.

It was terrible not having transportation until 3/5/13. We had a visit to the Vets. yesterday and I got all my shots which I was late for. We are up to date now.
My weight has increased by two pounds and I know the summer will take it off because we are going to work on the wood pile.

(Last update: Apr 27th, 2013 8am)

THADDEUS
I'm just a sweet lynxie boy. I speak to Foster Mom whenever she comes in the room to see me, and I love affection from her. I love giving headbutts and returning affection. I'm still getting used to my new surroundings, but already I'm stealing Mom's heart. How can you resist?
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Thaddeus
ID#: VA3318
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 04/16/05
Adopted: 04/29/05
Deceased: 04/19/13
Congrats: Alisa
Foster: Eva



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Notes from Home
Thaddeus died on April 19th of a tumor that caused his tongue to swell. It was an aggressive tumor ad there was nothing that could be done as to surgery or any other treatment. He was a loving cat and did not have a mean bone in his body. When we first got him he was very scared, even too scared to play with a piece of string. Over time he did become interested in playing. He would play with my shoelaces, he liked a plastic jumping spider and he liked playing with plastic Easter eggs. I would spin them and he would bat them around.

We still have Oceana. I am interested in adopting Earl Gray if possible.

(Last update: Apr 22nd, 2013 12pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Jasper

(FKA Sundae)

ID#: VA8461
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 04/06/12
Adopted: 04/22/12
Congrats: Jeannie Judd
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
JASPER
Okay, so I'm a little overwhelmed, you would be too, dragged out of a multiple cat home, put in a shelter, moved to the Rescue Center, bathed ..... who knows what's next?

Maybe a real home?
Notes from Home
It's hard to believe that Harriet and Jasper have only been here two weeks tomorrow; seems like it's been much longer than that. And it is virtually impossible to discuss them separately. Right now they are galloping through the house, batting toys around. They are integrating nicely.

Harriet remains the sweetheart she always was and exactly what we expected. She is very loving and gentle, but she is no push over. If Jasper starts something, she will finish it. Julie was correct, she does really like him. We had blocked off the den with a four feet piece of cardboard. Harriet jumps it to go into the den and jumps back when she's finished in there. She's eating well and has excellent litter box habits.

Jasper is another story. Siri, I don't know what you did with Sundae, but this can't be the same, sad and bewildered cat! Jasper is an outgoing, friendly, playful, goof ball. He talks all the time; and mostly to himself. He is a bit of an ankle winder, but we are hoping he'll grow out of that. He eats like he has hollow legs and can fling litter like it was an Olympic sport. If there is an unusual noise, he'll run toward it, not away. We have laughed at him until we've cried. He has learned that there are consequences to pulling Harriet's tail. He is a little rough with his toys; he also will pick them up and carry them around. He's very dog-like.

They both are great lap sitters. Harriet had a nice nap with Ron's dad in his recliner the other evening.

We continue to feed them grain-free. They both eat mostly wet food - primarily Wellness and Soulistic. On the dry food, I started with Core and Nature's Variety Instinct. I think Julie was the one who sent the Orijin. That's all Harriet will eat. Jasper will eat dry if there is nothing else to eat. I've been mixing them together,

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22 April 2013

Wow! It’s been a year? Seems like forever. Harriet is still her sweet, demure self (most of the time anyway!). She is still petite, weighing a mere 7 pounds. But make no mistake; she is the alpha cat here. She rules the roost, or at least her goofy brother, Jasper. Her favorite pastime during the day is to go from the big front window to the big back window and survey her kingdom. There are birds in the front and squirrels in the back. She doesn’t miss a thing.

She does not like to share her space or her people with Jasper. In fact, she spends most of her evening in Ron’s dad’s chair, with or without Franklin. She’s either in his lap or in his chair. She is also the instigator in much of what goes wrong here; but she has mastered both the ability to extricate herself seconds before disaster and that “He’s done it again, Mom!” look of exasperation.

Jasper has grown into a BIG kitty; he’s weighing in at 14 pounds. He’s not fat; he’s just a BIG boy. He’s also a big baby. He’s in your lap or on the back of your chair or walking right in front of you or lying behind you at the kitchen sink. Jasper loves to play, really more than Harriet. And it gets him into trouble sometimes. He’ll grab her tall, immediately roll over in submission waiting for her inevitable swat. He still worships the ground she walks on. She loves him; but preferably from a little distance.

He is very talented. He has learned to open all the bi-fold doors that don’t have locks on the top. He can open the cabinets and hide between the big pots. He’s a fabulous bed buddy! He’ll put his head on your hand and wrap his paws around your arm to prevent your escape. And he’s learned to use the IPad. Friskies’s has a little “catch the fish” game that he plays. But when he gets tired, he’ll lay on it. He will even reach behind it to try and get the fish from the back.

They are both in good health. Jasper has been to the vet for an eye issue, but it was resolved quickly.

Now, two quick stories…

The last time my book club was here, I warned everyone that Jasper might join us but Harriet would probably stay upstairs. Jasper is the friendly one. Sure enough, as we were getting started, Jasper came in, went to everyone to get his pets, drank out of Carol’s glass, crawled up on the ottoman in the middle of the group and went to sleep. As we were wrapping up, Harriet came downstairs and proceeded to walk across the lap of everyone seated on the sofa before she climbed up on the cat tree. I was flabbergasted!

On Creation Sunday, our church does a blessing of the animals. We bought harnesses and leashes for both Harriet and Jasper, loaded them in their crates and off we went. Harriet sat in my lap the entire service like the little lady she is. The dogs and other animals didn’t bother her. She was the hit of the service. Jasper, on the other hand, could not be extricated from his crate! I took Harriet up for her blessing. Ron just carried the crate up with poor Jasper in it so Pastor Fran could bless him, too. So not what I expected.

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(Last update: Apr 22nd, 2013 11am)

HARRIET
Two months, really? Who would have thought a sweetie pie like me would STILL be waiting for my forver home to find me. Whatcha waiting for? I'm WAY past that crazy kitten stage so I'm well mannered. I'm laid back, affectionate, head butt everything in my path, use the litter box like a lady should, I have a good appetite and I snack through out the day so I can maintain my girlish figure. I have a lot to say when I greet Foster Mom at the door and when I'm done telling her about my day, I purr, purr, purr. I like dogs and other nice cats. Since I am so gentle, I would be happiest in a fairly quiet home. I can be your one and only or I can live with nice dogs and cats.

I am all ready to go home so ask about me, please?

Love,
Harriet
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Harriet
ID#: VA8353
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 02/08/12
Adopted: 04/22/12
Congrats: Jeannie Judd
Foster: Julie

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
It's hard to believe that Harriet and Jasper have only been here two weeks tomorrow; seems like it's been much longer than that. And it is virtually impossible to discuss them separately. Right now they are galloping through the house, batting toys around. They are integrating nicely.

Harriet remains the sweetheart she always was and exactly what we expected. She is very loving and gentle, but she is no push over. If Jasper starts something, she will finish it. Julie was correct, she does really like him. We had blocked off the den with a four feet piece of cardboard. Harriet jumps it to go into the den and jumps back when she's finished in there. She's eating well and has excellent litter box habits.

Jasper is another story. Siri, I don't know what you did with Sundae, but this can't be the same, sad and bewildered cat! Jasper is an outgoing, friendly, playful, goof ball. He talks all the time; and mostly to himself. He is a bit of an ankle winder, but we are hoping he'll grow out of that. He eats like he has hollow legs and can fling litter like it was an Olympic sport. If there is an unusual noise, he'll run toward it, not away. We have laughed at him until we've cried. He has learned that there are consequences to pulling Harriet's tail. He is a little rough with his toys; he also will pick them up and carry them around. He's very dog-like.

They both are great lap sitters. Harriet had a nice nap with Ron's dad in his recliner the other evening.

We continue to feed them grain-free. They both eat mostly wet food - primarily Wellness and Soulistic. On the dry food, I started with Core and Nature's Variety Instinct. I think Julie was the one who sent the Orijin. That's all Harriet will eat. Jasper will eat dry if there is nothing else to eat. I've been mixing them together,
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22 April 2013

Wow! It’s been a year? Seems like forever. Harriet is still her sweet, demure self (most of the time anyway!). She is still petite, weighing a mere 7 pounds. But make no mistake; she is the alpha cat here. She rules the roost, or at least her goofy brother, Jasper. Her favorite pastime during the day is to go from the big front window to the big back window and survey her kingdom. There are birds in the front and squirrels in the back. She doesn’t miss a thing.

She does not like to share her space or her people with Jasper. In fact, she spends most of her evening in Ron’s dad’s chair, with or without Franklin. She’s either in his lap or in his chair. She is also the instigator in much of what goes wrong here; but she has mastered both the ability to extricate herself seconds before disaster and that “He’s done it again, Mom!” look of exasperation.

Jasper has grown into a BIG kitty; he’s weighing in at 14 pounds. He’s not fat; he’s just a BIG boy. He’s also a big baby. He’s in your lap or on the back of your chair or walking right in front of you or lying behind you at the kitchen sink. Jasper loves to play, really more than Harriet. And it gets him into trouble sometimes. He’ll grab her tall, immediately roll over in submission waiting for her inevitable swat. He still worships the ground she walks on. She loves him; but preferably from a little distance.

He is very talented. He has learned to open all the bi-fold doors that don’t have locks on the top. He can open the cabinets and hide between the big pots. He’s a fabulous bed buddy! He’ll put his head on your hand and wrap his paws around your arm to prevent your escape. And he’s learned to use the IPad. Friskies’s has a little “catch the fish” game that he plays. But when he gets tired, he’ll lay on it. He will even reach behind it to try and get the fish from the back.

They are both in good health. Jasper has been to the vet for an eye issue, but it was resolved quickly.

Now, two quick stories…

The last time my book club was here, I warned everyone that Jasper might join us but Harriet would probably stay upstairs. Jasper is the friendly one. Sure enough, as we were getting started, Jasper came in, went to everyone to get his pets, drank out of Carol’s glass, crawled up on the ottoman in the middle of the group and went to sleep. As we were wrapping up, Harriet came downstairs and proceeded to walk across the lap of everyone seated on the sofa before she climbed up on the cat tree. I was flabbergasted!

On Creation Sunday, our church does a blessing of the animals. We bought harnesses and leashes for both Harriet and Jasper, loaded them in their crates and off we went. Harriet sat in my lap the entire service like the little lady she is. The dogs and other animals didn’t bother her. She was the hit of the service. Jasper, on the other hand, could not be extricated from his crate! I took Harriet up for her blessing. Ron just carried the crate up with poor Jasper in it so Pastor Fran could bless him, too. So not what I expected.

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(Last update: Apr 22nd, 2013 11am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Maverick
ID#: VA8750
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
Date In: 08/26/12
Adopted: 10/20/12
Congrats: Amy
Foster: Siri


This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
MAVERICK
CHILDREN! AND OLD PEOPLE! AND YOUNG PEOPLE! You can't provide enough people for me, because I need:
Someone who will play with me, I LOVE to play
Someone who will cuddle me, I LOVE to cuddle
Someone who will chase with me, I LOVE to chase
Someone who will be my horse, I LOVE to shoulder ride
Someone who will brush me, I LOVE to be brushed

I am a VERY Siamese talker, player, interacter, and you are not going to need more than one cat with me around!

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Notes from Home
4/20/13
Wow, I can't believe it has been 6 months already! Maverick is the best cat. My daughter and I love him. He loves to play and be brushed and is such a good boy. He has been eating tikicat wet food and using freshstep litter and hasn't had any issues. We really appreciate everything that you and everyone has done at Siamese Rescue to find our boy, "Mavs." Thank you again.

(Last update: Apr 20th, 2013 3pm)

TOM
I am camera shy!

Takes me a minute to warm up, but I am one fun and loving guy.

Romeo
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Tom

(FKA Romeo)

ID#: VA8391
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 02/28/12
Adopted: 04/18/12
Deceased: 01/16/15
Congrats: Barbara
Foster: Mama Rosa



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Notes from Home
We are very happy with the cats, love them both. Romeo , I call Tom, he is a reg. Tom Cat. So full of fun, he is very friendly and playful. Runs up to anyone, who comes in house-checks them out, and wants to be noticed. Loves to sit on porch ., and watch the birds & rabbits. Tries to get outside-we keep door locked. Angel is still shy, and, quiet,, rather stay in my bedroom or bath, but follows me around, to be petted. Loves to be brushed, purrs & purrs. I fixed her a seat, to look out window, which she loves. Tom would like to play with her, grabs her as she walks bye, licks her ear, etc. She doesnt like that, at all. Runs to me, to save her, when he gets to friendly. Sits between my legs, and smirks at him. They are some pair-keeps us entertained.
We took them to have nails clipped, were getting snagged on bedding, etc. Went pretty good, they did it so fast. We are very happy , with them both. Thanks again, Barbara.
4/20/13
Hi, we call Romeo, TOM, now. Fits him much better, he is a reg. little Tom cat! Loves to hunt, play, tease his sister, Angel, etc. They are both doing well, we love them so much.
Took them to vet, last month, she couldn't believe Tom was 9 yeqrs old-acts so young and playful. They are both in good health. Angel is a quiet girl, but comes out to sit on screened in porch. She is still afraid of anyone new, just a shy little girl. Every one is not out going, like Tom. He greets everyone, and wants to be noticed. I can't believe it has only been a year-They are both a joy!

(Last update: Apr 20th, 2013 3pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Bandito
ID#: VA5615
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 04/05/08
Adopted: 04/19/08
Congrats: Kim
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
BANDITO
I'm just a wee bit shy, but I know how to purr! The rest is going to be a piece of cake!

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Notes from Home
Hi All,
Just wanted to let you know Bandito is doing great. Our sweet little boy still has an adorable kitten look to his face. His health and weight are good but he does have a slight heart murmur.
He is such a love bug and soooooo smart. He has learned many tricks that are usually thought of as "dog tricks". He's very food motivated.
He gives his paw on command and will switch and give the other when told, Sits up to beg, stands up on his hind legs, dances in a circle, and lays down and rolls over on command. He opens cabinet doors and has taken the lid off of sealed plastic food containers.
When my daughter leaves to go back to college, I know he misses her because he goes into her room and finds something with her name on it and lays it at my feet.
He also brings me gifts of catnip mice and puts them in my hand.
Who needs a dog when you have a Siamese around? :)

(Last update: Apr 19th, 2013 10am)

BULLET
I will gaze into your eyes with angelic blue when we fall in love. Let us adore one another. My hobbies include dazzling you with my cuteness, hunting for the perfect cozy spot -- enjoying the simple, personal pleasures of life at home with you.

I will greet you when you come home, I will greet you when you wake up. I will snuggle with you at night if you want. I am shy at first, but quick to become friends. I enjoy nature from porches and windows, playing with you, and having the run of the house. I make time each day to meditate, to listen, and when ever possible, to do some bird watching,

Life has been downright unkind to me at times, yet I celebrate the pleasures and possibliities of every day, which I know to be endless.

My relationship with you, and home, are of utmost importance to me. My goal in life is to be your beloved companion. I cannot be complete without you.

I am waiting for you, my "forever."

Will you come for me now? Please? We will be happy, together!


Zack (aka Woolly Boolly Bear)
Meeow!!


PERSONAL INFO
Name: Bullet

(FKA Zack)

ID#: VA8297
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 01/09/12
Adopted: 06/09/12
Deceased: 05/02/15
Congrats: Tara
Foster: Kate

Foster Notes

This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat

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Notes from Home
8/1/12
Booli Bear had his first veterinary visit yesterday 31 July, with his new doctor, Dr. Dyer. He was remarkably well behaved! His heart rate was only 148, very normal, but unusual because at the doctor, cat's are typically in the 200 range. Booli Bear is in good health. His ears were both cultured as he, despite being on grain-free food, complains often of "itchy ears." He was given fantastic drops with hydrocortisone (for itching), an anti-yeast and anti-bacterial agent called Zymox. He hates getting his ear drops despite me trying to explain to him that they will help him feel better! The results of the C&S won't be in for a week. His injured back leg has full range of motion and Booli Bear does run without a limp however his doctor started him on Glucosamine supplements and gave him PRN (as needed) medicine for days the pain seems intolerable. He changes position often when at rest and favors his leg trying to get comfortable. He got his booster shots and had no side effects from the injection. He got a kitty treat for being a good cat but wasn't interested in eating it!

Booli Bear continues to adjust to his new home favorably. He has a fantastic appetite but hadn't gained or lost weight. His doctor said he was a good weight at 14lbs, 3oz for his musculature. A favorite pass-time of his is chasing lizards that find their way to the enclosed porch and he's brought two or three in the house to share. Minus tails. I relocate them out-of-doors. (They will grow a new tail... When a lizard feels threatened the tail will eject in hopes that it will distract the "predator").

He was the lucky recipient of a Welcome Home Gift Basket from Gabby's in Louisiana and has tasted some of the dried salmon and venison but honestly he prefers his kibble to any treat thus far offered. He was interested briefly in the "kitty laser" but likes his home made catnip sock the best of any toy! He carries it around and at times sleeps protectively on it! Cute!

He absolutely positively hates my sheepskin rug and I've had to permanently relocate it out of his line of sight. It's a funny quirk and luckily I'm not that attached to the rug!

Booli Bear is loved and cherished. Thanks, Kathi.
10/2/12
Hello, everyone! Here I am napping and I have mews, er, news! I'm about to go on a big adventure. My companion is taking me with her to South America where she will be working for three years. Equador specifically, catching bad guys who want to bring drugs to America. I won't be doing anything to help with that. My main activity will be as it is now, napping and eating. We will be there in time for Christmas and Santa Claws! I went to a special doctor here in central Florida and I do have extra waxy ears, but I also have a neurological disorder that makes me hyper-aware of my surroundings and very sensitive. I take a medication with my tuna fish twice per day and I'm much more calm and not so scared of my own shadow. In South America, we will live out in the community of Quito and my companion said there are lots of places with secure center-enclosed courtyards, like big porches, gardens with no roof so I can be in the sun. I'm excited to be having such a grand opportunity! Who would have thought it when I was found in a ditch as a kitten full of buckshot, then thrown out of my only home? I have a catnip duck, moose and sock here that I will bring. Adios, mi amigas, gatos y señoras and señors, I'll write again from South America! Meeeeow!! Ay yi yi!! Hip Hip Hooray!! Bullet
4/19/13
Meow there! We were just reviewing the menu for my Seventh Birthday party next Wednesday and I can't wait! Here is an update, fellow felines and meezer volunteers: Because of all the troubles with the budget we ended up not leaving America afterall... It's okay with me because I love my new forever home in the lower Florida Keys. My adoptive mom has a swimming pool with a lot of trees, shrubs, grass, mysterious footpaths, private benches and comfy hammocks around it, and something called a "birdcage" over the whole area. I've never seen a bird inside but it's truly one of my favorite places to be. I can lounge in the sun, watch the skies for egrets, pelicans and seagulls, listen to the waves down by the ocean, sniff the tantalizing sea breezes, and sample a sprig of grass. I have not tried swimming and keep my distance from the water most of the time, but the waterfall is intriguing and I admit to trying a slurp. Occassionally I give chase to a gecko or lizard, but I'm robust and get hot so rather watch them than pounce. Otherwise I'm a typical cat spending most of my time slumbering in my snuggie or trying to lay on top of that new e-reader; just not the same as an old fashioned book to chomp around the edges... I get into the catnip as often as I can and I've heard that there is a new terra cotta planter full of the fresh stuff getting ready for me to enjoy; as soon as it grows some more. My favorite time of day is hair brushing and my coat is soft and silky, though I am shedding a lot with these hot temperatures. I got to inspect the big boat, but I'm not sure if I'd enjoy being a ship's cat, so I may guard the homefront while they head off to the Marquesas, the Bahamas or even Cuba. But I'm invited >*•*< One of my foster mother's said it sure seems like "my butt landed in a flower pot" and I laugh and purr my agreement. Cast away, I am now blossoming here, very much the center of my adoptive mom's universe. Thanks to everyone who helped rescue me when I got thrown out of my surrender home. I'll let you all know how the Key West pink shrimp mousse, and lionfish tartar tastes! My birthday wish is for everyone to be at peace and love life's blessings! Best, Bullet the Blue Point Siamese
Until next time, fair winds and following seas...



(Last update: Apr 19th, 2013 8am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Bella

(FKA Bella)

ID#: VA6241
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
Date In: 04/04/09
Adopted: 04/18/09
Congrats: Margaret
Foster: Jackie

Foster Notes

This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
BELLA
I am a beautiful tortie princess, surrendered to the shelter due to "allergies". I don't know for sure what that means, but the shelter people said something about my person having an asthma attack. But her loss can be your gain! I am quite the stunning little thing, if i do say so myself. I am outgoing and friendly, and I really do like to tell you all about my day. Foster mom says I talk alot. Well, I have so much to tell you about myself! It really is all about ME you know. I am a princess now, but I am looking for a home where I can grow up to be the Queen. Foster mom offended me by saying I was bossy and sassy, but I reminded her that I am also very purry and friendly!

Not sure yet how I will do with other kitties, but I would most likely be fine with some nice boys who undertand that I am a real tortie princess who will some day be queen. So if you want a rather talkative, very interactive, and clearly beautiful little thing, then ask about me! ME ME ME!
Notes from Home
Bella is an 'above average' kitty.....she is learning new computer skills every day but is still trying to figure out how the paper comes out of the printer. She's learned to fetch her toy mouse and never fails to bring it into bed at 4am. She's now up to 7 lbs ... eating well, talking often, and is very affectionate.

Update 4/19/2013
A tortie with much confidence and many opinions! So much company for her Mama. She's at home wherever she is....the world is her palace! My granddaughters call her 'Miss Fluffy Pants/ and the name is quite appropriate!

(Last update: Apr 19th, 2013 8am)

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