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MISTY
I'm finally on the mend and ready to find my furrever home. I am slightly shy at first, but if you come to me I will love it and will snuggle and purr. I'm a lovely lynx girl with the softest fur and oh so hopeful eyes.

I have found my best friend here at Meowmy's house and I want to go home with Loren, (VA10940). So if you ask about me you will be asking about him as well. We are a pair.

Misty



PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Misty
ID#: VA10948
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 07/26/15
Adopted: 08/29/15
Congrats: Keith
Foster: Nancy


This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5

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Notes from Home
Misty was very shy when we got her. We have been working with her to get her to be less timid but she does run away and prefers quiet surroundings. She does not like loud noises which startle her. She gets along well with Hershey. Misty is adjusting well and is starting to come around. She can be very friendly and lovable once you start scratching her head and patting her back or brushing her. She playfully nips at your hand or arm and nibbles on you. She is not running away from us as much and is getting used to interacting with us. Misty and Hershey fight from time to time, but they also play well together. Hershey wrestles with Misty a lot, but most of the Misty wins and knocks Hershey off of her. Misty loves to sleep in our cat tower. Misty is very lovable and we are thankful we adopted her with Hershey.

Misty is doing very well and it is hard to believe that it has been 2 years since we adopted her and Hershey. We are so thankful that we adopted both fur babies. Misty has become very outgoing and is very loving and affectionate and loves to be brushed and played with. She gets along great with Hershey. She spends a lot of time in the cat tower we bought them from PetSmart which sits in our living room in front of our big bay windows. Both cats love to watch the birds and squirrels outside.

Both Misty and Hershey are both happy and healthy and they are regularly seen at our vet, Banfield Pet Hospital every 6 months for a checkup and they are both current on their shots.

It is hard to believe that it has been a year since we had Misty. She has grown up. She was bigger than Hershey when we got her. Hershey is definitely bigger than her now. Both Misty and Hershey eat very well and love Fancy Feast, cat treats and are pampered by all of us. Our daughters adore them. We were just away on vacation for 2 weeks and had a pet sitter care for them who took excellent care of them in our home while we were away. The cats did miss us very much and were so glad when we came home on 8/27. Misty is a good girl and she rarely gets into trouble and loves to be brushed. Misty is no longer shy and is very friendly and outgoing and no longer hides on the kitchen chair for safety. She often sleeps on our bed and looks for our company. She gets along well with Hershey. They have been to our vet, Banfield Pet Hospital numerous times and were last seen in 7/16 for some shots. Hershey is much better in the car when going to the vet. he is very quiet and he is usually the vocal one. Misty meows a few times but is generally calm as well. She does not like going in the cat carrier and we have to sneak up on her to get her in the carrier now. They are both healthy with no medical problems. They are due to be seen again in 10/16 for a full regular checkup. The vet says that both Hershey and Misty look great. Both cats are active and play regularly and they fight occasionally. I am uploading some current pictures of both of them. We are so glad that we adopted them from Siamese rescue and would do it again in a heartbeat. Thanks to our interviewer Alexis for helping us with the adoption and our adoptive pet parent.

We also want to thank all the volunteer drivers and coordinators who helped transport both Hershey (Loren) and Misty to us from Williamsburg, VA.

Here is an update on Misty from 8/18. She is doing great and she is very playful and loves to be brushed. She does some really funny things by removing magnets from our refrigerator with her paws. She eats well and sees the vet regularly every 6 months with our other cat Hershey. Both Misty and Hershey sometimes sleep together and play together often. They like hanging out with each other. Both cats love to hang out in our cat tree or one of the many cat beds throughout our home. Our babies are spoiled for sure but we would not have it any other way. We are so thankful that we adopted both Misty and Hershey.

(Last update: Sep 1st, 2018 12pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Hershey

(FKA Loren)

ID#: VA10940
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 07/25/15
Adopted: 08/29/15
Congrats: Keith
Foster: Nancy


HERSHEY
I'm a Sweet, Loving, Gentle little BOY!!!

I found my best friend here at Meowmy's and I want to go home with Misty,(VA10948).. If you ask about me you will be asking about her as well. We are a pair!

Loren


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Notes from Home
Loren was a very active little kitten who we renamed Hershey. He is lovable, very affectionate and gets into everything. He opens cabinet doors in our kitchen and has scaled the pet gates and gotten past them. Both Hershey and Misty were confined to our living room and kitchen area and part of the laundry room where the litter boxes were located. Hershey and Misty have adjusted very well to their new home. Hershey is very outgoing and purrs even in his sleep. He is a great cat and we love him very much. I uploaded some pictures of him and Misty. Hershey is getting bigger. Hershey has a great appetite as well.

It is hard to believe that it has been a year since we had Hershey. He has grown up and is a big boy now. He gets into a little trouble though from time to time but does things that make us all laugh. He thinks he is a dog and chews on our shoes , belts and school bag straps, but is very lovable, friendly and outgoing and keeps us on our toes. He gets along well with Misty. They have been to our vet, Banfield Pet Hospital numerous times and were last seen in 7/16 for some shots. They are both healthy with no medical problems. They are due to be seen again in 10/16 for a full regular checkup. The vet says that both Hershey and Misty look great. Both cats are active and play regularly and they fight occasionally. I am uploading some current pictures of both of them. We are so glad that we adopted them from Siamese rescue and would do it again in a heartbeat. Thanks to our interviewer Alexis for helping us with the adoption and our adoptive pet parent.

We also want to thank all the volunteer drivers and coordinators who helped transport both Hershey (Loren) and Misty to us from Williamsburg, VA.

It is hard to believe that it has been 2 years now since we adopted Hershey. He has grown and is a big boy and is so lovable and affectionate. He does so many funny things that make us laugh. he gets along great with Misty and they both love to hang in the cat tower we got from PetSmart. it is one of their favorite spots to sit and watch birds and squirrels from our bay windows in our living room. Hershey and Misty are both very spoiled and we would not have any other way. They are our fur babies and they have 100+ toys. We are so glad that adopted Hershey and Misty.

Hershey is happy and healthy and still very playful and he loves to be brushed. He is seen regularly at our vet Banfield Pet Hospital every 6 months for a checkup and is current on his shots.

Here is the latest update on Hershey as of 8/18. Hershey is happy and healthy and is a good eater. He is regularly seen at our vet, Banfield Pet Hospital. The vet and staff are wonderful with Hershey when we visit the vet every 6 months. He is a big boy and he does some funny things that make us all laugh. He and Misty play a lot and sleep together on occasion as well. Hershey is such an important member of our family and we are so glad that we adopted him and Misty.

(Last update: Sep 1st, 2018 12pm)

NEMESIS
Very sweet kitty with outgoing personality. A little Siamese voice and talks when she has something to say - like food bowl is getting low :) She is now out of isolation and likes to be petted and interactive with people. She is also fine with other cats and will play after getting to know her new buddies. She likes to play with toys.
That's me, Karly
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Nemesis

(FKA Karly)

ID#: VA9295
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 06/01/13
Adopted: 09/01/13
Congrats: Donald
Foster: Kay



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Notes from Home
Nemesis, once Karly, is proving an enjoyable addition to the household. First, she keeps RG the cat on his feet --and on alert, in case she takes over his last refuge, the three level cat tree in the kitchen.

Second, I've had to carefuly practice secure entry and departure from the house -- for Lil' Sis wants to go out and establish her domain over the yard (which of course is not permitted)

The two of them tangle once in a while each day, but Nemeis holds her own -- and is the first to express displeasure (hiss, snarl) if RG bothers her when she doesn't want to be bothered.

Vet checkout when well, but fecal flottation indicated traces of coccidae -- so the two of them have been on a two week course of Albon sulfa drug. Adminsitering the drug to Nemesis, in her wet food, is no problem, but with RG it is difficult -- he leaves it behind have eaten, and I have to make sure she doesn't clean up after him.

She knows every place in the home, short cut passages, hiding holes, niches in which to rest. She thinks already she is in charge of the place.

Anyway, a good addition to the household, as I said.


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March 1

Nemesis has fit herself into the household a long while ago. She has established her own bed (but when RG her companion cat takes her bed, she has no hesitation to take the master bedroom bed over as her own). She and RG squabble a bit about how things are to be done, but most of the while they move around the place together, tails held high. She is a very sweet girl, and likes visitors as well as, of course, me. This has been a successful adoption.
9/1/14
Karly/Nemesis is doing well, one year after her adoption. She and my other cat RG roam the house together (and occasional scuffle over differences in opinion about things). She eats well, and is always healthy -- and has grown to love being brushed with our wire slicker brush once a day. She finds hidey-holes everywhere in the house for nice private naps, and carefully protects them from RG if he comes browsing. All in all, the adoption is a great success, and it is a pleasure to have Nemesis in the family.

9/1/15
Nemesis continues to be doing well in this household. She has made herself the queen of all high places to lounge and watch us -- and is an expert at getting into cabinets if the doors are left ajar.

She has not continued to be a door dasher -- she will stay still watching if I go through an open door -- but I consider it prudent to keep an eye on her when going outdoors.

Nemesis and my other cat RG continue to have a mixed relationship. They do lots of things together, such as marching to the kitchen for feeding, or keeping up with my whereabouts in the house. But there is still often a contest between the two of them about choice activities, such as who gets to sit in the window looking out -- and in these cases size matters, the larger cat (RG) gets his way. Doesn't seem to bother Nemesis -- just part of life.

So all in all adoption of Nemesis through SRC has been a success, a pleasure.

9/1/2017 Today is the fourth anniversary when Nemesis joined this household, and it is hard to believe she hasn't been here always.

She is the queen of all high places to be found in the house, and can often be found on any shelf with enough room for a cat.

She gets along well with her companion cat, RG, but doesn't hesitate to make it clear when he is too pushy.

Her one time "door dasher" habit is largely gone -- I speak to her when I'm passing through at outside door and she backs up.

It is always a pleasure to have Nemesis jump up to my lap for a little petting -- before she heads off to explore another place in the house.

All in all, a successful adoption, and Nemesis is a pleasure to have in my home.


9/1/2018

Hard to believe that it is 5 years since Nemesis joined this home. She is a healthy and happy cat, active and alert. I noticed (again) last night that she does not like the sound of barking dogs (which fortunately we seldom hear in this neighborhood) — I figure she must have had a bad encounter with a dog when a stray, years ago, and remembers still. Her specialty in the house is climbing to the highest accessible places — if she were an outside cat she would be climbing trees, I figure. Her relationship with my other cat, RG, remains the same — they hang out together, have to check out any seldom opened place (basement, store room) — and have a little squabble every once in a while when RG, who thinks himself the dominant cat, gets too pushy!

(Last update: Sep 1st, 2018 7am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Sukiyaki

(FKA Firefly)

ID#: VA10451
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 11/08/14
Adopted: 12/14/14
Congrats: Marianne
Foster: Jackie


SUKIYAKI
I am making great progress - I am still not the bravest kitten in the world, but no where near as scared as I was. I purr when foster momma holds me, I have discovered toys, and I just love playing with the big cats. I have been spayed and am all ready to go home Have a quieter home that needs a pretty little kitten (we don't have to be perfectly pointed to be pretty, you know)? Then ask about me.

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Notes from Home
Her new name is Suki! She's a bundle of energy and happiness, and gets along well with our mastiff! She and our other cat, Pickles, romp all over the house together wrestling, and chasing, and fliing toys in the air. They've bonded beautifully. We lover her!!

Suki is almost 4 now, and has bonded well with us. She loves to play, and trots around the house like a horse - most cats are quiet, but you can hear her stomping down the stairs with such enthusiasm - she’s truly a precocious little girl!

We have a question! Every time we open a can of wet food, which we give our kitties as a treat once in a while, Suki comes RUNNING from anywhere in the house... but she only sniffs the food and then leaves! Could you tell us what food you had fed her as a kitten? It seems as though she’s always searching for a specific food, and I’ve tried 2 dozen brands and flavors, but never managed to find the one she comes running for!

(Last update: Aug 31st, 2018 4pm)

ANUBIS
IAnubis has become the sweetest cat. He now has hair on his back and it is very dark. I like to sleep in his room and he will give me lots of purrs and chances to pet him. He just loves the company. He is so ready for a home and he will show you how much he appreciates one.

He has a good appetite but he is not overweight and appears to be very healthy. He does like to talk to you and get your attention by carrying on a conversation. He is not loud about it though.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Anubis
ID#: VA11410
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 04/10/16
Adopted: 08/30/16
Congrats: Kathleen
Foster: Jane

Foster Notes

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
Anubis is doing great with us. We love him. He now weighs 16 lbs., yes, he's a moose, but is on special food. He has bonded with my husband, mainly because he is the one feeding him, etc. He's a very loving guy. Anubis travels well with us in the car and on the airplane. He recently went to the Vet and had a clean bill of health and a shampoo and shots.
We are very happy to have him in our lives. He's a very gentle guy and just wants love.

(Last update: Aug 31st, 2018 9am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Bella

(FKA MoMo)

ID#: VA12368
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Balinese
Date In: 10/29/17
Adopted: 11/10/17
Congrats: Traci
Foster: Jane


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
BELLA
Oh la la. Look at me.

I am a beautiful young lady with a truly fabulous plume of a tail that would be the talk of any Paris runway.

Not only that, but I'm very affectionate, talkative and friendly.

I'm a sensitive girl by nature so need a home either on my own, or with a young gentleman sibling who treats me like the princess I am. I'm just far too delicate a fashionista to be bullied.

With a wonderfully soft and silky gray coat, why would you even think of cuddling up with anyone else this fall.
















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Notes from Home
Bella continues to do well. We changed litter on her and although I did it gradually, it wasn't gradual enough or she just doesn't like it. She urinated out of the box several times - always on a soft towel. I switched her to the "Cat Attract" litter and her problems went away overnight.

She still does not like men she doesn't know. She will hide under the couch to watch them and decide if she can come out to meet them on her terms. We don't force her to come out and meet anyone.

Bella has met 4 different dogs of friends. One stood at the a glass door and barked at her. She just sat and stared at him. No running away or hissing. The other three were older and very calm, so they were allowed to approach her. She touched noses with them, then walked away with complete non-interest.

Not a cuddler at all, she sits in laps on her terms, but she does enjoy what we call "sweet lovings" where she gets some firm scratches on her chin and ears and mouth.

She also gets her teeth brushed daily and tolerates this very well. No fighting the brush at all.

Overall, she is a delight and a love.

(Last update: Aug 31st, 2018 9am)

HERMES
Very scared little boy who will need some time to come around. Really likes men and when he comes out of his shell, he's a friendly affectionate and playful cat. Good litterbox habits, but a strong digger.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Hermes

(FKA Gemini)

ID#: VA12239
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 08/16/17
Adopted: 08/28/17
Congrats: Aaron
Foster: Janet


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
Officially 1 year since being adopted, he has made tremendous progress. His legs are fully healed and he shows his speed off! He does his laps around the apartment as well as jumping on and off his cat tree, couch, or my bed on a daily basis. After buying a bunch of toys and wands, He has decided he prefers playing with pipe cleaners because they are much easier for him bat around. We initially went through some growing pains. He did not feel very at home at first and had quite a few accidents around the apartment. But after a couple months and help from Siamese Rescue friends contacts we were able to break the habit!

When not sprinting around the apartment Hermes enjoys sunbathing in the afternoon and people watching from his cat tree that faces a busy street. Although he does get scared of large trucks and noisy vehicles. He has definitely not turned into a lap cat, but affectionate guy! He will sleep on my back, legs or right next to me only after I have fallen asleep. Hermes has been amzazing cat. He has his flaws like playing a little rough and gets startled easily but he always ready to cheer you up. Hermes has been amazing and a blast to have. He and I are both very happy together.

(Last update: Aug 30th, 2018 5pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Tiko
ID#: VA12497
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 01/20/18
Adopted: 02/10/18
Congrats: Lynn
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
TIKO
Needing a quieter home with someone who will let me enjoy you at my pace, I'm friendly but don't like to be forced into submission, if you know what I mean. Soft voices and gentle hands and I'll be just fine! I am a little fur challenged so you should love to brush me too.

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Notes from Home
8/30/2018 - Tiko is doing EXCELLENT! He is the biggest love bug. He was definitely scared and timid for the first few weeks, and understandably. We properly integrated him with Yoda and they get along very well. No fighting, no hissing, they are good mates now! We still feel like we are learning more about each other every day. Just recently, he started to sleep for a few hours with us in bed at night- this is a HUGE step for him. He has favorite toys, he drools when he's hungry, and he absolutely LOVES belly rubs and head scratches. He cannot resist. We feel so lucky to have gotten such a sweet cat and we can tell he loves us (he loves Lynn more than Matt :), he loves routine and consistency which we have, and he is settling in very well. To compare where we were from week one to know, there have been HUGE strides. We love him so much (he loves hugs too :) We are a happy household :)
(Last update: Aug 30th, 2018 1pm)

LEICHI
Am I cute or what? I guess that sounds a little like I'm full of myself, and foster mom says that's because I am. Pick me up, carry me around...it's all good--I'll even snooze on your lap for a while. I don't sit still for long though, and I'm high-energy so be prepared to play! My best friend since kittenhood will be leaving for a new home soon and I'm thinking maybe a kitty friend would be a good idea. At first I didn't like the others here at all, but now I don't think they're so bad. Foster mom even caught me grooming her other foster, Penny, the other day. I'll need time and patience to adjust to new kitty friends though.
Love,
Tippy
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Leichi

(FKA Tippy Toes)

ID#: VA7049
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 06/11/10
Adopted: 08/28/10
Congrats: John (jack)
Foster: Carole

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

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Notes from Home
To My Friends at Siamese Rescue

Can't believe that it has been 8 years already since I came to my forever home.

Attached is a pic of me and sis Kochia waiting for birthday treats from Pop.

All is well on the home front. Looks like the move to Florida is out of the picture, as Pop and Meowma have completely renovated our home, and even upgraded the screened porch that was built just for us Meezers. Now it is a year round room, and we can enjoy looking out at the golf course and all the nature that it attracts.

All my best to my friends in Virginia.


Leichi


(Last update: Aug 28th, 2018 5am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Mellie
ID#: VA12636
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
Date In: 05/26/18
Adopted: 08/08/18
Congrats: Jennifer
Foster: Julie


MELLIE
Missed my moma when I first arrived, but I have found lots of love now. While my sister is off exploring, I sneak extra love with this lady her.

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Notes from Home
We are very happy to have Mellie in our lives. She is a playful girl who gets along well with everyone. She is extremely playful and has found a friend in our Mainecoon cat Lana. Mellie seems to love us all the same. Some nights she spends with my son and other nights with my daughter. Sometimes I even wake to find her nestled in-between my husband and I. She's a good eater and does not let anyone steal her food. (This was something I was worried about since she had difficulties gaining weight before we adapted her.) She is not a big talker, but every once in a while will use her voice if she wants our attention. Thank you all so much for your help in taking care of Mellie. She is a much loved addition to our home, and we all feel lucky to be with her.
(Last update: Aug 27th, 2018 7pm)

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