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NEEKO
I just arrived at foster meowms sooooo she doesn't know alot about me yet.......

What I can tell you is that I was once someones beloved pet as I am neutered (whatever that means) and 2 paw declawed. I was found by very nice people on the streets....... they took me in and called Siamese Rescue.

I am a bit shy and scared because of all the changes in my life lately. :( So until I know that I can trust and feel good again I am hiding under the bed. Meowm says I am coming around as today I didn't growl at her just a small squeak.

I am looking for my furever home where they will love me furever and let me come out on my terms (Once I feel secure) and where they won't throw me away. I am a very loving boy according to the goodsams that took me in and cared for me till a space opened up at Siamse Rescue.

I have a healthy appetite and use the litterbox like a gentleman.

If you are looking for a young man, and to heal my heart look no further. Click on ask about me and meowm will tell you all she knows............

Neeko

1/6/12 Update: As you can see by my new pic I came out from under the bed. I even met the big flame boy that lives here and I was a good boy. No agression at all. I still go under the bed if something scares me but I was out whn meowm came up with my dinner and didn't even run......
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Neeko
ID#: VA8283
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
DateIn: 01/02/12
Adopted: 01/22/12
Congrats: Matt
Foster: Wendy

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
Neeko has been a very eater. He enjoys his treats too. He’s using the litter box and I’m keeping up with keeping it clean for him.

He’s been exploring the second floor and even got brave enough to go down to the first floor to look around. He’s not staying there long and comes back to his room for security. We leave the door cracked a little so he can make the decision of whether or not he wants to explore. Strange sounds in the house still frighten him – it’s a big place for such a little guy.

He plays a little with me during the day and likes to wash himself in his bed while watching tv.

Neeko celebrated his 2 week anniversary Sunday with more progress in making his home a permanent one. He continues to eat well although he prefers to eat upstairs in his own room. His still naps in his bed upstairs in the first room that he came to. Hasn’t given up rights to it yet. He is sleeping downstairs in the master bedroom at night and is mindful not to wake anybody – until 6 a.m. and if we’re not up by 7, he starts pawing our faces and sitting on top of us.

He loves play time on the stairs – catching his mouse on a string – his favorite. He enjoys evenings by the fire as you will see in the photos that I am posting.

Neeko has not had any pills yet for his over-grooming. We still try different methods (short of putting it in his mouth) which we are reluctant to do because of his anxiety. He still jumps at new and strange noises which may be one of his lasting traits. He doesn’t like the vacuum cleaner noise and I always put him in another room when I need to tidy his space.

A friend, Diane, who is a foster in the Amherst area, will come soon to show us how to trim his back nails.

Neeko has been coming down to the basement level where my studio is located for the past few days. He is still sniffing his way around and does not stay with me yet while I work. I think it will take time before he’s comfortable with the new environment. He has a space on my desk with a heating pad all ready for him.

He’s received guests in his room and loves to meet people. He will get up out of his bed and allow people to pet him. Last Saturday, he even joined the party down in the living room. I think he will be a party kind of guy! So, we’re pleased with his progress in two weeks and know that within another period of weeks he’ll make more strides in his new home.

3/26/12- Neeko now loves coming out on the porch with us. Caught his first fly and ant!!!!!!!!
Since the heat wave we’ve put in a few screens and he loves the smells of the outside air.
He also loves playing under the covers on the beds and will find a way to get under them when we’re not around. He sleeps with us most every night – changing positions – sometimes sleeping on one of our heads or stomachs. He’s ready for the day between 5:30 and 6 a.m. and will tread up and down the bed until one of us gets up to give him attention.
He’s very sociable with company and is friendly with everyone. He’s also very polite and doesn’t beg for people food.

6 Month Anniversary (8/7/12) - Neeko certainly has US trained well. He has established himself as a full-fledged member of the family. He continues to enjoy the heat and humidity on the porch but would prefer that one of us join him while he is out there. He has moved his wake up time to 4:30 a.m. This is not good for us but we usually get up and let him out on the porch for an hour or so and that seems to make him happy. By the time we are up, he is ready for play time and treats.
We've had several family members visiting this summer. We had to move Neeko's things out of his room. He puts up with it, but stays in the master bedroom in his bed most of the day, keeping a watchful eye out on everyone in the living room. He does come out to socialize but keeps his distance. He's happy to claim his territory back when guests leave.
He knows when it's time to go to bed and will come when called. Sometimes he sleeps in his own bed but usually goes between his bed and our bed - preferring to sleep near our heads.

(Last update: Aug 7th, 2012 8am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Suukyi

(FKA Suki)

ID#: VA8517
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 05/06/12
Adopted: 06/16/12
Congrats: Anne-Elise
Foster: Heida


This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
SUUKYI
Tossed outside to fend for myself, I nearly starved to death. A kind lady found me and got me to her vet, and took care of me and gave me food and medicine to help me get better. Now I am in rescue and feeling better , had some medical issues going on. But I am ready for my own home now ! One that provides plenty of lap time and undivided attention to me !
Notes from Home
6/23/12: Today is the one week anniversary of Suki (now Suu Kyi) and Eli coming to join me in their furever home. Both cats are about as perfect as I could ever have hoped! I'm totally in love. I'll keep this section about Suu Kyi, and write about Eli in his own section. Suu Kyi was a little shy at first, and ran under the bed when I first brought her home. But I knew she craves attention, so I laid down on the floor and talked to her, holding my hand out to her. In just a few minutes, she was out to get petted and soon she was curled up on my lap on the bed. Within a few days, she has lost all her timidness and is immediately friendly and affectionate to friends who come by to see her (boy do my friends adore her!). In addition to being wonderfully affectionate, she is also very playful. In fact, we need to play with her a bit in the evening to wear her out, so she doesn't wake us up playing at night. So, this past week has been filled with lots and lots of purring, cuddling, and playing. What more could you want?

All this is quite extraordinary for a cat who was found just a few months ago starving to death in a field. I can imagine I feel from her a deep gratitude to be in a safe home with food, love, and protection. It's cute that, when I reward her for doing something good an give her a treat, her first response is to ignore the treat and just want to rub her head against my hand. When I put the treat in her bowl, she'll run to get it only after she gets lots of rubs. Even more than treats, she clearly just wants love and attention. What a doll.

For the first week, Suu Kyi has been isolated in a bedroom. Since she has been adapting so well, today I let her out of her bedroom for a few minutes to begin to explore the rest of the house. She cautiously explored the hallway and the bathroom, and after several minutes, seemed to be done and walked back into her bedroom. All this time I've been feeling a little guilty that I'm "trapping" her in her bedroom, but it seems that really this room is a safe place for her, and she's just curious to know what else is out there. I will gradually let her explore more of the house, a little bit at a time, for the next week so that she'll be ready to be fully integrated into the house. Of course, before that happens, I'll need to re-introduce her to Eli, and we'll see how that goes. I know she can hear him in the other room, and I know they smell each others' scent on us. Also, I recently had to switch their bedrooms, so know they are living in bedrooms that are filled with each other's scent. So I hope the re-introduction will go smoothly (they were introduced briefly at Suu Kyi's foster mother's house, and it went fairly smoothly, although Suu Kyi did growl at Eli a few times). So I will be very careful when I reintroduce them (my SRC interviewer Peggy has been great about giving me advice on how to do this right).

8/5/12: We've just passed the 7 week anniversary of Suu Kyi (fka Suki) and Eli coming home. I introduced them two weeks after they came to live with me. Eli was a bit too forward for Suu Kyi, she needed more time to figure him out. It was a little stressful at first, but eventually she realized that he was a good friend and would happily give her the constant attention she craves. Now they are very close friends, and she loves playing with him, grooming him, and being groomed by him. Wherever they are in the house, they are usually together.

She is a little doll and has blossomed so much since she came here. She is an avid talker, particularly if she finds herself alone for too long, she emits a series of melodic trills and mews to get attention (and she sometimes talks in her sleep!). In her first week, I would play with her, having her chase toys around. She loved playing, but was easily winded (she was still recovering from a difficult past). Now she and Eli chase each other all over the house and up and down two flights of stairs. She is so strong, healthy, and energetic! When not sleeping or eating, she has two modes: "play with me, play with me!" and "cuddle me, cuddle me!". However, when I'm very busy, she just sits next to me and purrs, as though she's happy enough just to be home with a family. And Eli now helps to satisfy her playing and cuddling needs.

We're at seven weeks, and I feel like both cats are fully and completely adjusted. I expected much more transition time for each of them but the SRC talked me through the process of introducing them to the family, the house, and to each other, and it has all gone perfectly. Thank you SRC!



(Last update: Aug 5th, 2012 9pm)

ELI
I was passed from person to person until finally I ended up at the shelter! That is no place for a gentle guy like me. What I really need is a home where I can stay forever. Is it yours?
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Eli
ID#: VA8545
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
DateIn: 05/18/12
Adopted: 06/16/12
Congrats: Anne-Elise
Foster: Christine

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
6/23/12: Today is the one week anniversary of Eli and Suki (now Suu Kyi) coming to join me in their furever home. Both cats are about as perfect as I could ever have hoped! I'm totally in love. I had gotten the impression from Eli's behavior at his foster mom's house that he was a timid boy. Well, for the first 5 days here, I wondered if I had gotten the wrong cat. From almost the first minute, Eli was outgoing and comfortable. He is so affectionate and he constantly looks you in the eye to be sure you are totally focused on him. The first night, he curled up in my arms like a teddy bear, purring against my chest and lulling me to sleep. He greets everyone (even strangers) with affection and purrs and wins everyone's hearts immediately. He is also very playful; he loves interactive games (chasing feathers on sticks and such), but he is also content to play with his little mouse toys for what seems like hours. When I'm downstairs, I can hear him running back and forth across the bedroom playing.
We did have a “scare” a couple days ago, when his personality suddenly changed from being outgoing to being very timid and frightened; he spent most of the day hiding in the closet. We eventually figured out that he's afraid of our ceiling fan! It's been too hot to keep it turned off, so we moved him into the bedroom with the A/C unit, and he's been fine ever since. Suu Kyi (out other newly adopted cat) doesn't mind the ceiling fan, so the switch worked for both of them. Now I know that when Eli is completely comfortable, he is an outgoing cat, but I also know to be on the lookout for things that upset him (I hope we don't find too many more).
He did wonderfully at the vet visit yesterday, and got a clean bill of health. Since he's been on such good behavior this week, I let him out of his bedroom to explore a little bit of the rest of the house today. It was so sweet that he kept looking up to me before venturing too far, making me feel like he trusts me as his protector. So together we walked around to explore the hallway and the bathroom (downstairs will be an adventure for a few days from now). He was very interested in the bedroom where Suu Kyi, lives. He meowed at her outside the room, and after hearing her meows inside the room, he tried to open the door. It seems like a friendly interaction, not aggressive, like he was saying “Yay! There you are! I've heard you all week, let's hang out together!” I hope it really will be so good when I re-introduce them in a week.

8/5/12: We are just past the 7-week anniversary of Eli coming home (with Suu Kyi). Things couldn't be better. When I first introduced him to Suu Kyi (after their 2-week isolation period), it was clear that she was the apple of his eye. However, she rejected him immediately, running away and sometimes hissing. He was heartbroken. But Eli is a charmer, and I could see that he was planning how to win her over. After a bit of patience and persistence, he did win her over! Now they are best friends. They play constantly, chasing each other around the house, and wresting and tumbling all over. And just a week ago, they started grooming each other; it's so cute to watch, and they do it a couple times a day now. They spend most of their time together, and when it's cool (which is rare this summer), they are snuggled up next to each other.

Quite honestly, I would not have adopted Eli had the SRC foster network not strongly encouraged me to. I was originally looking for two kittens, because I wanted 1) two cats who would grow up together and get along well, 2) cats who would be young enough to learn the rules of the house and be well-behaved, 3) cats who would be young enough to bond to me, and 4) cats who would play like kittens. Eli is likely between 4-5 years old (and Suu Kyi is probably just over one year) and they both fit all these criteria. Affectionate, bonded to me and to each other, well-behaved, and very playful. I am so thankful to the SRC for helping me find the perfect cats for my family.

(Last update: Aug 5th, 2012 8pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Saffy

(FKA Nefertiti)

ID#: VA8326
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
Date In: 01/22/12
Adopted: 02/04/12
Congrats: Linda
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
SAFFY
Anyone out there speak Meezer? Female, Sealpointed, intense Meezer to be exact? I'm a very needy, demando super loving puss that wants to be held and snuggled and loved at all times. I am a bit on the high strung eccentric side and need a quiet calm experienced Meowm and or Paw to look after me. LMK if you're up for the challenge!
Notes from Home
Look at my beautiful self! It's my six month anniversary and after a rough start (my nose was always runny and I didn't like throw rugs around my litter boxes -- as evidenced by the 'gifts' I would leave for my new dad) but I'm right as rain now! I love sleeping wiht my mom and cuddling with my dad on the couch watching the Olympics and even though I still like to rip out my fur when I get nervous, my coat is all shiny (if patchy). Thank you Siamese Rescue, this is definitely going to be my furever home!!
(Last update: Aug 5th, 2012 7pm)

XERXES
I've had a busy week! And then foster meowm bribed me with lovin' to get this glamour shot.

I really like people, and I purr a lot for foster meowm and paw. I'm in this sunny room by myself, and I really want to get out and explore, but foster meowm says it's not time yet to meet my foster brothers and the big brown dawg I saw on my way in. It doesn't matter much to me, though. Foster paw says I made myself at home and I am the king of my room. I have good manners and I'm looking for a furever home where I can get love and attention and also curl up in the sun for naps or sit in the window watching dinner (whoops, I meant birds).

If you think you can handle all that (no need to give me a bath, though, foster meowm says she'll take care of that), send her an email 'cuz I'd love to hear about you too!

PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Xerxes
ID#: VA5646
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
DateIn: 05/02/08
Adopted: 06/07/08
Deceased: 08/03/12
Congrats: Dwight
Foster: Jeannie



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Notes from Home
I am so very, very sorry sad and heartbroken to report that our dear little friend Xerxes departed yesterday (8/3) for the bridge, after a beautiful month in which we had to say goodbye.

In addition to the bladder stones, "re-routing" operation and heart murmur (from the past), Xerxes had developed seizures, the first occurring on July 7. He had 4 over a couple of days, which we were able to control with phenobarbital.

Not knowing whether the seizures were caused from a neurological standpoint, or from his heart, or from a bladder infection also found, we treated him with the pheno, hoping we could wean him off, and had him down to 1/4 pill.

Under strict doctors care, we were also giving 1/2 baby aspirin once a week, in the hopes if it was clotting (from the heart) that we could stem that tide.

Unfortunately, he took a very quick turn for the worst a couple of days ago, and there was simply nothing more we could do. If the initial age estimate was correct, he was only 8-9 years old. Way before the time we had hoped for, but that was all the time he had...

Thank you for the best four years and a couple of months we could have ever hoped for. There is a hole in our hearts the size of Kansas, right now.

I also sent this message directly to those CC'd on the "4 Year Anniversary" message we received about Xerxes within the last 60 days.

He was such the best baby, and the first day without him is - just so empty and awful.

(Last update: Aug 4th, 2012 11am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Tango
ID#: VA6383
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 06/12/09
Adopted: 08/02/09
Congrats: Julia
Foster: Jane

Foster Notes

TANGO
Helllllooooooooooo people!

I am dancing! You got that right---I am on life #4 and just a baby. Too sad to tell my tale but all I can say is Let's Dance all night!! Turn up the music and celebrate being alive and feeling good!

Social! fun! vocal! loving! sweet! super duper special furrtastic baby. I need manners that only a kitty can teach me so I MUST have a brofur or sisfur in my new family.

Tango

UPDATE: I have a new foster mom and she says I am such a cool kitten. I just prance around with total confidence. Not fearful of anything. I am loving this life.

Update 7/12/09 I am just one sweet little bundle of love. I truly have a great personality.
Notes from Home
8/2/2012
Tango has been working on finding the perfect place in our home to nap for 3 years today! He wasted no time in settling in when he came home with me and his foster sister Nora. He has grown into a huge boy who like to get into trouble. He opens cabinets (then climbs in), can take door stops out of doors (then locks himself in rooms), opens closets and generally gets into whatever he can find. He and Nora are both velcro cats and can usually be found within 4 feet of me. He doesn't talk as much as Nora but lets him voice be heard when it matters. The only hint of his scary kittenhood is his fear of loud noises. Any loud noise (vacuum, pots, thunder) send him under the bed but he is usually sneaking out to see what's up when his curiosity gets the better of him. When he wants attention he taps at my legs with his paw until I pick him up. I wake up every morning with him purring on my pillow, he appears there as soon as the alarm goes off knowing I'll pet him! I'm grateful I adopted him and Nora both. I may have rescued them but some days they definitely rescue me!

(Last update: Aug 2nd, 2012 3pm)

NORA
I have turned into a love bug. I help foster mom do everything on the computer. I keep Tango company and I sleep as close to the resident cats as they will let me. Some think I am a cool kitten and others let me know I should leave them alone. I still try to rub on them and get close. I am a snuggler and a player. You can even let Tango be my permanet companion if you have the room for two of us. Thanks, Nora
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Nora
ID#: VA6354
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 05/30/09
Adopted: 08/02/09
Congrats: Julia
Foster: Jane

Foster Notes

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

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Notes from Home
8/2/2012
Nora has been part of a happy home for 3 years today! Her (and brother Tango) live a lazy and spoiled perfect cat life. Nora adapted quickly to her new home. She was a little standoffish at first. She didn't like to be held and I certainly didn't think she would ever become a lap cat. I was so wrong! After about 2 weeks she jumped into my lap on the couch one day and hasn't left since! If I'm sitting she wants to be a part. She and Tango are both velcro cats who follow me around the house, talking all the way. She goes on 5 minute rants each and every time I come in the front door. Gone all day or took out the trash, either way she has a lot to say! They are very very social and greet all my company at the door with happy tails waiting to be rubbed. One of the cutest things she does is pop up like a meerkat when she hers a noise. She can stay that way for several minutes at a time. She spends her days in the sunny windows dreaming of the lizards and birds outside. We are looking forward to many more years of playing with ribbons and long cat naps.

(Last update: Aug 2nd, 2012 3pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Lilly
ID#: VA7815
Location:  Indiana
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 06/23/11
Adopted: 07/15/11
Congrats: Jeanne
Foster: Jan

Foster Notes

LILLY
7/6/11 Update:
Oh, what a sweet, petite little thing!, tiny at just six pounds and fully grown, Lilly is a beautiful snowshoe girl with a loving and gentle purrsonality. If you're looking for an ideal, easygoing, companion kitty, Lilly is the ONE!

6/24/11: Ahhh...that's better, here I am in my perfect, purry pose, "Little Miss Petite Lilly Meezer". I have happily settled in at the McMeezers and am rooming with Miss Ursula for now. I've met foster mom and dad and love to cuddle with him, I'm definitely a snuggle bug!



6/23/11: Just arrived at the McMeezer Manor and foster mom will definitely be getting a better picture of me up soon!

In case you're taken with my serious mug shot, I''m an adorable 6 pound snowshoe that loves attention and cuddlling.


luv, Lady Lilly
Notes from Home
Lilly has settled in great in her new home and goes by Stevie now. She has quite the personality and loves to talk as she walks around. Her favorite toy is an empty tape roll that she carries everywhere with her. She is such a wonderful little kitty!

Stevie has been with me for about a year now and has become my study buddy as I am in grad school full time. She loves looking out the window at everything going on and has been enjoying the summer sun. I am so lucky to have her.

(Last update: Aug 1st, 2012 10am)

KING ALFRED THE GREAT
WHAT'SA MATTER WITH EVERYONE OUT THERE? DON'T LIKE FAT BOYS?

Well, have I got news for you! I am losing those extra pounds!
Foster mom says I must lose it slowly so I don't get sick. I may
never be a slim and trim kitty, but I won't look like a beach ball
anymore!

I am as sweet and loving a fella as anyone could desire. AND I
am so well behaved. I'm good in my box, (and foster mom says
I am very neat and tidy), and I don't scratch anything I shouldn't, (as
long as you give me a scratching post or pad).

I'm even doing fine with the other cats here, except for that bully
flamepoint boy. I'm too gentle to fight and I try to avoid him. Foster
mom locks HIM up so I can come out of my "safe" room and play.
The dog that lives here is ok as well. She basically ignores me which
is fine by me.

I do still like to play - I love catnip - and I can carry on a conversation
with you.

On top of all that I AM VERY HANDSOME! Don't you think I am?

Please click on that ASK ABOUT ME BUTTON cuz I'm so ready to
go home.

Purrs and headbutts,

BB KING

PERSONAL INFO
Name: King Alfred the Great

(FKA BB King )

ID#: VA8557
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 15 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 05/22/12
Adopted: 07/19/12
Congrats: Lily
Foster: Nancy



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Notes from Home
King Alfred is a wonderful boy! He is so quiet as he moves about the house. He is not overly cuddly but I think he may become more so. He has taken over the window seat where he can spy on the ginger cat next door. He and Floozy Anne sing duets at times but they do not fight. Both retreat. I guess there are some "words" exchanged. He is currently between 20 and 21 according to my bathroom scale. I think it rounds to the nearest 1/2 pound. He does not eat a great deal. I give him about 1 tsp of dry and about 1/3 can of wet twice a day. He finishes most of it. I think he is drinking from the fountain. There are two other water bowls around the house as well since the Floozy and the dog don't care for the fountain. In any case, his litter box is used. He likes sleeping on the floor, on a coffee table or on chair. I have all wood floors. The AC is usually off because he likes to sit in the open windows. Floozy does not like AC much either, nor do I unless it is unbearable. Hope he likes the wood fire in the winter as do the other two residents.
We will do our post-adoption check up next week. I don't have a car yet. I am using a neighbor's junker van when I need to go somewhere. Will let you know what the vet says. Photos when I get around to downloading them off my phone!

(Last update: Jul 31st, 2012 1pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Frances Kelsie Kewpid

(FKA Kelsie)

ID#: VA4237
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 16 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 06/11/06
Adopted: 02/17/07
Deceased: 01/03/16
Congrats: Lily
Foster: Siri

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
FRANCES KELSIE KEWPID
Always the bridesmaid and never the bride. Some day my handsome prince or princess will come and sweep me off my feet. I am smart, chatty, answer to my name, easy going and not too demanding, a little opinionated (this is a woman's perogative) and playful. I am healthy and while I could stand to lose a pound, I have stellar food and litter habits. And I'm patiently waiting....
[Video: "A Flirtatious Floozy"]
Notes from Home
After seeing her in action, changed her name to Floozy Anne, which corresponds with Siri's original description of her as a flirt!
(Last update: Jul 31st, 2012 1pm)

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