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The Meezers on these pages have been adopted and are now in their new homes. These pages allow the adopters to provide updates and pictures of their new cats for their friends and our volunteers to see.
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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BOOTS
Just got here but I am already making myself comfortable and enjoying the screened in patio. It sure is nice to have a bed and food and I sure don't want tolive outside anymore! This indoor life is MUCH better, there is food, water & love!

Purrs,

Wyatt
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Boots

(FKA Wyatt)

ID#: VA9214
Location:  Kentucky
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 04/28/13
Adopted: 05/12/13
Congrats: Charles
Foster: Jennifer

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
1JUN2013: Changed name to "Boots." Boots' tail lesion is healed up after some treatment from our vet. He still has a bald spot there, but his hair should return soon now that he no longer bites/licks/chews the area. He's very curious and he likes to follow people around (or lead them, in many cases). This can result in him wanting to go places he's not supposed to go, like the garage or outside. So far the spray bottle treatment seems to be effective in training him which areas he cannot go.
(Last update: Jun 1st, 2013 9am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Willow
ID#: VA9164
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 04/06/13
Adopted: 04/28/13
Congrats: Norman
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 female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
WILLOW
I am actually loving life here because I get to talk to people, be carried around, petted and slung over shoulders. At 15 pounds, that's some feat but I'm perfectly happy, and will give you little kisses and tell you all about my day. I'm just a very easy going gal, I am fine with other cats but have little use for them, I just adore my people however! I have the neatest white brush strokes, there is only one ever like me made!

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Notes from Home
5/30/13--My integration of Willow with my "alpha cat, TJ, was completed last Wednesday, May 22, after 3 1/2 weeks. As of that date they I have allowed unsupervised co-existence. TJ is now a "beta cat". Willow has replaced him as the alpha cat. Female rules! They do hiss and growl at each other once in a while, as they pass, but no physical occurrences. Willow is still talkative, mostly when her food is being prepared. She is currently on a diet and has lost almost 2 pounds. I am still trying to break her of the habit of jumping on the table and on my lap when I am eating. I think that she would eat constantly, if allowed. Sorry there are no pictures. I attempted to download some, but your web site said that "We do not show you as the adopter of this cat".
(Last update: May 30th, 2013 8pm)

KINZIE JAMES
Young and sweet, I'm just a lover boy who has the sunniest of attitudes! Stay tuned for more photos and videos tomorrow as I learn the ropes!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Kinzie James

(FKA Kinzie)

ID#: VA9154
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Balinese
DateIn: 03/30/13
Adopted: 04/14/13
Congrats: Tina
Foster: Siri



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Notes from Home
Kinzie-James is doing wonderful! It took awhile but he now gets along well with my dogs.
He sort of takes everything in stride, as soon as he figured out that they were not going to hurt him he was OK with them. He is my shadow, wherever I am that's where he wants to be The next thing that we will be working on is how to be still at night!. I love him dearly, but I can't say that I'm fond of having him stick his nose in my ear, all the while purring loudly even though it's 3:00 AM. Pleaseignore his glowing eyes, I can't seem to get a picture of him that they don,t glow.

(Last update: May 27th, 2013 7pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Nugget

(FKA Sienna)

ID#: VA7690
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 05/02/11
Adopted: 05/21/11
Congrats: Kate
Foster: Jackie

Foster Notes

NUGGET
My story? I was tossed outside in a not-so-nice neighborhood in the big city of Philadelphia. I ended up at the home of some nice men who knew that the streets weren't safe for a nice girl like me - and here I am! I'm friendly and chatty and beautiful - better pictures of me are coming. Had my vet exam, and I appear to be a nice healthy girl. I do have two broken canine teeth that need to be removed, so I'll have nice white teeth when I go home.
Notes from Home
Sienna is extremely chatty and a huge love bug. Seems very content chatting/chilling with us, snooping around, sniffing at Captain's door, rolling on her back etc. My brother and girlfriend visited us the other day and she walked right up to them and said hi and rubbed them. We keep her separate from the other guy we just adopted, Captain. She did get out of the bedroom one day and chased Captain around the apartment, she's quite a toughie. Hopefully someday they will be friends.


June 2, 2012 (Sienna is now Nugget)
It took a few months to get our two beauties fully integrated. They still get in each other's faces a bit, but they live side by side with no issues. Occasional licks on each others heads. Sometimes their scuffles and chases seem more playful, less like fights.

The other day, I was calling them because I didn't see them anywhere and I was worried. When they didn't come out, I rumpled their treat bag (that will always send them running to the kitchen). Eventually I saw Nugget crawling out from under the couch. That wasn't too surprising because she had become interested in that spot and had been sniffing there and had occasionally gone under. A few seconds later, Captain came crawling out too! They were under there together! Maybe they were having a snuggle session. Anyway, while they're not the best of friends, they're definitely tolerant and even appreciate one another's presence.

Nugget has her affectionate moments (she just jumped up onto my lap and started purring) and she is friendly with strangers. Nothing seems to scare her. When we took her to the vet recently, trying to get her into the carrier was difficult as it always is. When Jim tried to get her in, she crawled up him and jumped onto the floor. I tried the same thing and she did the same thing. The funny thing is, both times she had the opportunity, when landing on the floor, to run away from us and hide, but she just stood there. She never runs from humans. We had 5 guys over (Jims brothers, nephew, friends) to watch the Superbowl, Nugget was sitting right in the midst of it. (She does like to be where the food is! Eventully I broke down and gave her a few tomato chunks.) When she was ready for a lap, she plopped right down on a friends lap, walking across 2 other strangers laps to get there. When I'm on the floor exercising, she likes to get in the way, or sit right on me while I'm trying to do crunches.

My babies are happy and healthy. I would not say best friends, but reluctant companions. Love them so much! Nugget is snuggle bug, chatty, still a piglet, very friendly.

(Last update: May 27th, 2013 12pm)

CAPTAIN
I came, I saw, I made sure Foster Mary ended my isolation early. Yup...no leaving me in a room all by myself all night. Ain't happen'in. At least not if I have any say about it and I did - until 3am when she finally caved. I'm good!!!!
So I'm out and about mixing it up with the other cats (and dog) here. There were a couple of tense moments but I knew it was all good. Had to show that big male tabby that there's a new guy in town and I ain't taken any of his crap. We're all good now. I even started to headbutt that dog. My head comes up to her knee.
So there you have it...I adore people, I'm okay with cats (as long as they get I'm no pushover no sir'ree bub!). Dogs are okay as long as they treat me with the respect I deserve.
How bout it? You got a forever home fur me. I'm a really nice guy who only wants a home of his own and I hope it's with you!!!!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Captain
ID#: VA7692
Location:  New Hampshire
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 05/03/11
Adopted: 05/22/11
Congrats: Kate
Foster: Mary


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

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Notes from Home
Captain is a loverboy, a gentle giant that didn't even fight back when our new female got out and chased him around the apartment. He loves the toys that came with him, goes crazy with pipecleaner type ones. He's usually pretty quiet but is very vocal when playing and when waiting for his food. He is still a love bug when chilling out. An agressive headbutter. We love love love him.

June 2, 2012
It took a few months to get our two beauties fully integrated. They still get in each other's faces a bit, but they live side by side with no issues. Occasional licks on each others heads. Sometimes their scuffles and chases seem more playful, less like fights.


Captain is sooooo affectionate. When he's in the mood to snuggle, he's aggressive about it, headbutting, purring loudly. This morning he headbutted my face so hard my glasses came completely off. And he really doesn't get over stimulated to the point where he'd swat you or anything. You can tell he's stimulated, but he never has a freak out moment. He might lick you and then give a love bite. I really don't believe it's the same as an overstimulated freak out. He just takes a quick chew and continues rubbing and purring. It's funny. He is, however, definitely more shy when we have company. He usually runs to the bedroom when people come over, and just stays on the bed or goes into a cubby hole in Jim's "armoir." If people are over for a while, he'll eventully come and check things out. When he trots around from room to room, chirping, its like he's supervising. We call it "Captaining."



Captain's a happy captain, keeping a close eye on all goings on. Such a big sweetie. Healthy and happy.

(Last update: May 27th, 2013 12pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Bo

(FKA Walker)

ID#: VA9140
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Chocolate
Date In: 03/23/13
Adopted: 04/27/13
Congrats: Roger
Foster: Kay


BO
I am settling in quickly and relaxed already. I am a nice sweet guy but a terrible traveler so my adoption area is limited to VA or nearby NC. Will be going for checkup this week. I have one krinkly ear from some previous trauma but if it doesn't bother me, it shouldn't bother you. Foster mom says it gives me more character.
Walker

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(Last update: May 27th, 2013 11am)

KAHLUA
I am just a wee, tiny Meezerette! I will always be a petite girl but I do need to fatten up a bit. Let me assure you, I am as sweet as they come!

Love & Tunafish,

Kahlua
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Kahlua
ID#: VA9130
Location:  Kentucky
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 03/19/13
Adopted: 07/26/13
Deceased: 09/06/13
Congrats: Keven
Foster: Jennifer

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 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
I brought her home yesterday afternoon (4/28/2013) and got her set up. I guess about 1:45 - 2ish. Naturally she is scared and has made a spot under the entertainment center. I got her out for a bit about 7PM. Just long enough to hold her and for Kathy and Kyle to pet her. She took a few bites of food then went back under the entertainment center. I am able to lie on the floor and reach under an pet her. At first I was not getting a purr but later on in the evening after talking to her and petting her I was getting a good purr. This morning when I came down she had eaten all of her food and used her litterbox. I could not tell if she drank any water. I don’t think she sleep in her bed. She was back under the entertainment center and she actually came out after a good petting. I was getting a good strong loud purr. I got her to come out by giving her a few treats. I loved on her then as I was leaving I believe she was starting to head back under the entertainment center to her spot. I hope she will explore the basement a bit today and just get more at ease with her new digs. It will only take time.

4-29-2013 WOW What a difference a day makes. She came out and sat on the couch with Kyle and I when we were watching Hemlock Grove. She fell asleep on my lap and moved between us and slept there for a bit. She is soooooooo loving. She is getting much more comfortable and interactive with us. She is eating treats from our fingers and loves them!! She is eating her nornal meals twice a day now. Once in the morning and again in the evening with "wet" food. And she cleans her plate which I enjoy seeing. I am starting to get concerned about her water intake. I dont think she is taking in a lot of water but she gets fluid from the wet food. She does pee everyday so that is good. I believe she slept on the couch last night. I'm sure the couch is a far greater choice than under the entertainment center.

4-30-2013 Well we have a TV buddy. She lays on my leg, lap or on the couch while we are watching TV. She loves to be touched and made over. She uses her scratching pad and has made no attempt to use the couch or lazy boy as a scratching post. Eating well and going to the litter box without incident. She has a vet appointment on 8-May with Dr. Katie Larson. Who will be her regular doctor. She is very vocal in the morning when I am fixing her food and changing her litter. She has recently discovered the Lazy boy and lays there but I believe she sleeps on the couch. She enjoys a good brushing and leans into it. She is grooming herself also.

5-6-2013 It has been a great week with her. Only one out of litterbox accident. It was pretty much a liquid so I figure something did not go well with her delicate stomach. We are trying different types of food to see what she likes. We are also trying to convert her over to dry food. She goes to the doctor on wednesday and I am going to seek her advice. With her delicate stomach she may need a special diet. Her stomach will growl like a persons does sometimes. I can tell it kinda scares her. She sleep with me for hours on end Sunday. End enjoyed each other very much. I introduced her to our 100 pound Golden Reteriver "Chewy" on Sunday also. She paid him no mind at all. They even touched noses. She didnt back down but she did not get defensive either. She just went about her way and could care less about Chewy. All in all a good week with her. Soon I will slowly bring her up and introduce her to the rest of the house. She is even starting to venture up the stairs a bit.

5-8-2013 It breaks my heart that someone would simply disguard such a precious soul. She is such a lover. If she were human I would call her high maintaince because she wants your attention. I have no problem with that. Today we go to the vet for her check up. I am concerned about her food. I want her to have a better diet than Fancy Feast chicken/turkey with cheese. I believe she has a delicate stomach due to her accident last week. I have not given her whitefish since then. She ventures up the stairs to the very top step but will not cross the "line" to come into the kitchen. Even with all the coaxing and begging she will not come into the room. But she is very vocal about letting you know she is there. I figure I will have to pick her up, hold her and sit with her in the family room until she has the confidence and knowledge that it is OK to explore the house. Its your house too honey, make it your home!

5-10-2013 Good report from the vet. Would like to see her get to about 6 pounds. Kahlua is at 4.7 right now. Eating twice a day and cleans her plate each time. Her fur has gotten soft with a daily brushing. It dosent take long to brush her out and she really enjoys it. She is my TV/movie buddy. I can tell she is ready to explore the up stairs. This weekend will be the test. I believe she will do fine. We have fallen into a routine and it suits both of us. Looking forward to this weekend to see what happens and how she reacts.

5-14-2013 My little girl has a VERY delicate stomach. She puked a couple times and had a liquid poop one day. We are trying to ween her into dry food but I believe she is not used to having food out anytime she wants it. I mix dry with wet but I think the dry gets too moist and runs right through her or she eats too much. So far she has had a liquid poop once a week and puked about the same. I really want to keep her. It has only been 2 weeks and she has adjusted very well too us. But we have got to get this liquid poop straightened out. Her urine smell is very strong and I clean her litter box every morning and afternoon. The vet checked her out so she dosent have a UTI. I truly believe that if we can get her food adjusted she will be a keeper. It is hard trying to find out what she can and cannot eat.

5-16-2013 Left dry food out for her dinning lesuire and gave her some wet yesterday afternoon late. Over the course of the evening she did clean her bowl pretty much This morning I noticed she puked in her litter box but her stool is solid. I did not see any urine deposit. Cleaned out her dish and gave her some dry. MAN she went right too it. I left the basemant door open most of the afternoon yesterday but she did not come up. I had the basement windows open yesterday and she loves to jump up onto them. She seems a little lazy yesterday and after playing on the windows she came over got some quick loving then went to her Laz-z-boy for the longest time. I tried to coax her over but she stayed in her chair and went to sleep. What a life!!

5-24-2013 She is on dry food and has started to venture into the kitchen a bit. No problems. She has started to sleep in her bed which I find suprising. I have not heard her stomach growl lately. She loves to be brushed out and take treats by hand. Shes a keeper.

(Last update: May 24th, 2013 9am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Reba

(FKA Bambi)

ID#: VA8453
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 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?
Notes from Home
Having Reba in the house is a pleasure, and being prepared for her personality by a caring and observant foster helped me select a new friend that would be a great fit for her and us. Reba has had some hard times and her behavior still shows signs of fearfulness, but she now follows my husband and I thoughout the house, sits on the couch back behind our head, sleeps on our feet, and eats like a horse. Her remaining health issue is, I hope, improving (itching), and her vet checkup showed no other issues and a modest weight gain. My husband and I are very happy with the process and the outcome, and thank everyone we worked with to make this all work out so well.

May 2013, on the one year anniversary of our adoption, Reba has become Velcro Kitty, following me around everywhere, sleeping on my head, and crying if she cannot find me. She is healthy and active, intensely interested in companionship. She and my husband and I are really well matched and happy.

(Last update: May 22nd, 2013 10pm)

PIPPIN
Purrr purrrr purrrr purrr purrr. I am an outgoing somewhat demanding and needy but very affectionate cat. I'm not crazy about other male cats but could get along with a female, ,but truly prefer people. I'm underfoot a lot so watch out! That's because I want lots of loving and attention! I'm good in my habits and while I have a slightly quirky eye it's no big deal. Lots of love in a 9 pound package!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Pippin

(FKA Bishop)

ID#: VA6949
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 04/24/10
Adopted: 05/22/10
Congrats: James
Foster: Siri


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

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Notes from Home
Pippin is doing well and is the undisputed King of the Household! We have two rescue lab/shepherds and a female Siamese rescue and they all recognize him as THE BOSS. He is demanding in that he gets his Pounce treats every night at bedtime and lets us know if we're late with them. Can't imagine life without Pippin. Undoubtedly the most personable and loving cat I've ever had!
(Last update: May 22nd, 2013 9am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Michonne

(FKA Su-Noi)

ID#: VA9065
Location:  Delaware
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 02/09/13
Adopted: 04/20/13
Congrats: Rachel
Foster: Dara

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
MICHONNE
3/24 Meom says I am a "lap tester" for sure. I like to check out every lap that becomes available.

3/23 I have been checking out the rest of the house while the residents are taking their afternoon naps. Meomy has observed that I need to learn some household manners (the kitchen counters are off limits for cats in this household and I apparently don't understand that rule yet). Meomy also hasn't been able to find any cat toy that interests me. I have been loving exploring and talking to the family in my chirpy voice. I have lap-tested everybody this afternoon and I knead and knead and KNEAD when I am happy (and drool some, too). Meom suspects I might have been weaned very young. I still have a tendency to nip when I am very happy/overstimulated, but I'm not serious about it.

3/14 I am tickled to be in my three-story "condo" in the upstairs living room. I get to talk to everybody, watch comings and goings and the TV.

3/4 I am much better now, finally! Meomy promises I can get out of isolation in a day or two and boy, oh boy, I am ever ready. I have been talking a blue streak lately: I have a fairly typical Siamese voice and a sizeable vocabulary. Video to come as soon as I am free to move about.

2/22 I am still sniffling, though I am eating well and seem not to feel that bad about this cold. Meowmy vows one more round of medication before moving on to seeing if perhaps I have something else, such as a food allergy, that's causing me to sniffle and sneeze. Meomy has also figured out that I must have been mistreated in my previous home: I am quick to set boundaries by using my claws and my teeth. Meom says that means I'll need a patient, savvy adopter who is willing to teach me that humans can be trusted and that it's not necessary to try to hurt people who love me when I have had enough attention or when I don't agree that I shouldn't go out the door. Meom thinks I can unlearn these bad habits because I seem to love attention and interacting with people. I like to talk, too, and my voice is not too soft or to loud, but nice and sweet.

2/16 I am still fighting this upper respiratory infection. Meomy says I am a good sport about my medicines and fluids and I still appreciate attention. My appetite and litter box habits are good, so it's just a matter of time before I feel better. Meomy thinks I've just been really rundown from being on my own and that's making it take a little longer for me to get well.

2/11 I definitely seem to be on the mend. No sneezes today and my sniffles are almost gone. I'm showing an interest in being let out of the isolation room, but meomy says, "Not yet!" Wait until you see my MAGNIFICENT (albeit un-meezerly) raccoon tail! Pictures coming soon.

2/10 Meomy says I am breathing a bit easier today which makes her glad. I gave kisses while being held this morning. I definitely have a little white tiger face!

2/9 Just arrived with a shelter cold in progress. More information soon when I'm feeling a little better. Meowmy says I'm pretty happy and affectionate even if I'm sneezy it isn't making me grumpy in the least. Su-Noi means "little tigress" in Thai...I have beautiful lynx point markings and very, very soft, silky fur!
Notes from Home
Today is day 9 w/ Michonne. She is such a special girl. We are taking our time & going slowly. She certainly has trust issues but with patience we know she will accept us all. Physically she is fantastic. She so enjoys looking out the windows & taking in the outdoors that way. Happy she shows no interest in scooting out. We are so lucky to have her. Thanks to all the awesome people in your organization. Will keep you guys posted as we all adjust.
Rachel
Yes one month today! Wow. She is doing great in so many ways. But she is not easy to figure out at times. My collie & she are pretty good roomies. Our older cat is really non threatening & they are fine in the same areas. We are working on her w/ the other cat & dog. I know it will take time so we aren't rushing it. She has terrific litter box habits & is a great eater.
Hoping to have more to report once she is integrated in w/ the whole family.
Rachel

(Last update: May 20th, 2013 6pm)

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