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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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SAM
All I need is a nice comfy bed, hands to pet me, and food in the bowl. I'm pretty easy to please. Foster Paw says I am not easy to photograph cuz I keep moving around. I just want to be loved, and I'm okay with sharing. Cats, dogs, whatever - as long as I get my share, I am just fine!

If you're looking for a friendly, not overly talkative but definitely chatty cat, you should ask about me!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Sam

(FKA Sambone)

ID#: VA7532
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 01/29/11
Adopted: 03/27/11
Deceased: 07/14/14
Congrats: Jennie
Foster: Jeannie


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
27Mar2012: I have got to be the most spoiled kitty in the world! Everyone loves me, the noms are awesome, and all the toys! But I usually spend most of my time napping by a sunny window. Occassionally, me and that little calico will chase each other around upstairs; Mom says we sound like a herd of stampeding elephants. Now if I could only get rid of that darn dog! She thinks the catnip toys are hers and chews them up when Mom doesn't get them off the floor fast enough.
(Last update: Mar 27th, 2012 1pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Sasha
ID#: VA7586
Location:  New Jersey
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 02/24/11
Adopted: 03/27/11
Congrats: Marcia
Foster: Michele


SASHA
I'm a sweet seal girl with white toes - and ready to start my new life! I came from a home that had waaayyyy too many cats. I need to put on some weight, and get rid of some fleas and ear mites, but foster mom's already taken care of the bugs, and I've got lots of food to eat (and a clean litter box). I'm very friendly, and very sweet. And beautiful, too! Look for better pictures of me very, very soon.
Notes from Home
3-27-12 One Year Anniversary!
It's always amazing how much love and joy a meezer can bring to a family. This last year has flown by and each day is an adventure with our Sasha. She is healthy and happy and rules our home with an iron paw! She just had her yearly vet visit and weighed in at 6.8 pounds. She eats Blue Buffalo and is very healthy according to her doctor. She got her immunizations and is all set for another year. Our thanks to everyone at SCRS and the volunteers from her Meezer Express for bringing our Sasha to us!


9-27-11
On Sunday - March 27th Sasha rode the Meezer Express and came home to us. Our 6-month anniversary is today!

Annie and I had been talking about getting another meezer. It had been 18 years since we lost our meezer girls but because we were busy helping raise our grandson Tyler we hadn’t thought about getting another cat. Now that he is going to be 17, we were suffering from empty nest syndrome and thought it was time for another meezer to grace our home. We started looking for breeders online and came across the SCRC and decided to put in an application. We were approved the beginning of March and I started to watch the page faithfully morning, afternoon and evening looking for our special someone. We put our bid in for 5 different meezers and ended up ruling out 4 as not a good match for our family. We learned all we could about Sasha and even got to see her “live” on Skype which was an awesome experience. Sasha’s foster Michele approved us and we picked Sunday, March 27th as her travel date.

We had already set the house up with condos and toys. The cupboard was stocked and the litter box was in place. All we needed was Sasha! Talk about being nervous! My daughter Deb drove and we met Audrey at 8:30pm as scheduled and began the final leg of our trip home. I babbled most of the way home just so Sasha would get used to my voice. (Deb mumbled something about Sasha probably wishing I would shut up but I just ignored her.)

Annie and Tyler were waiting for us when we arrived home at 10:30pm. I had planned a quiet night to let her adjust but from the moment I opened the carrier door she was in party mode and we knew our little Diva had arrived! She checked everything out, ate, peed, and pooped all within the first 10 minutes. It was awesome! I took Monday off from work so I could spend quality time with her and it was so much fun.

In the beginning Sasha shared her time equally between me and Annie. But Annie is retired and home all the time so eventually Annie became her special person. Oh, I have my time with Sasha…but it’s Annie that she is attached to at the hip. They do everything together and I just love watching them interact with each other.

Sasha has the full run of the house and even though she will be 3 in February, she’s still a wild child. She races up and down the stairs and sounds like a thundering herd of mustangs. She is very acrobatic and will do tumblesaults and twists in the air that are mind boggling. She’s also very good at tag. Annie has been “it” so many times we stopped counting. She plays soccer and tennis too. She believes in keeping her girlish figure. I post Sasha’s pictures on Facebook to share her with family and friends and I make sure I keep in touch with her foster Michele and our interviewer Diane so they know how Sasha is doing. I have even friended some of you on Facebook and it’s great to stay in touch.

Our lives have been enriched with the addition of our Sasha. We cannot begin to thank the SCRC for all the amazing work they do; our interviewer Diane for pointing us in the right direction; Sasha’s foster Michele who took such good care of her ;and the Meezer Express volunteers for bringing our Sasha to us. You are a fantastic group of people and you will always hold a special place in our hearts!

5-2-11
Sasha had her return visit to the vet after a second round of drops for the ear fungus. Both ears are now clean and clear and she does not have to return until her yearly check-up next year!
Sasha continues to feel more at home each passing day. Although she was happy, she needed to be in the same room with one of us. Now she wanders off, either upstairs or downstairs, and is comfortable to be by herself. That makes us very happy.
She continues to gain a bit of weight and has lost that "hollow" look along her sides.
Each day with her in our lives is a joy and we cannot imagine life without her.

4-10-11
Sasha had her first vet visit today. She really got upset when I took the carrier out because I think she thought she was being moved again. My poor baby! She did ok and is now back home safe and sound. When we got her she weighed 6.9 lbs and today she weighed 7.25 lbs. She is eating dry and wet Blue Wilderness and Evo and is really thriving on this diet. Her fur is softer and silkier and she really likes it. She has a fungal infection in both ears which is a result of ear mites she had when rescued. She is on ear drops for 10 days and will be fine. Each day with her in our lives is joyous. I hope to share this joy with others so I posted info about the SCRC on the vet's bulletin board.

4-3-11
Sasha has been with us for a week now and her true Meezer personality is shining through. She is mouthy, bossy, impatient and generally delightful. She has us on a good routine and gives our family a 2 paws up! I have been posting pictures of her on my Facebook account and sharing our joy with family and friends.


Sasha arrived home to us yesterday, Sunday - March 27th after a long ride with the Meezer Express. She popped out of her carrier ready to party! She ate, drank, peed and pooped all within her first 10 minutes here! Her adjustment to her new home was remarkable. She is such a love bug! She had a restful evening and today she is busy either playing with her toys or sleeping in sunbeams. Oh, and keeping an eye on the squirrels and birds.

(Last update: Mar 26th, 2012 5pm)

SIQ
Are you looking for a lap-cat ? Do you want a cat who will bond with you and be your very best friend ? If so, here I am !!!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Siq
ID#: VA8293
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 01/08/12
Adopted: 02/25/12
Congrats: Laura
Foster: Joyce

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
3-25-2012 - One month anniversary

Every time I return home I am greeted by my wonderful new cat, Flick, (aka Siq.) She is very very affectionate and turns on her purring machine whenever you start petting her. She snuggles and demands eye contact and looks at you like she is truly happy. She has been exploring my house and has found a new place to sleep almost every night. She is friendly to everyone she meets including children. She is small enough to carry around and although she was somewhat resistant to that in the beginning, she seems to enjoy it or at least puts up with it. She is very talkative and we have conversations with little chirps and mews. It sounds like she is sayng, "yeah" or "nah" depending on what you ask her. I couldn't be more happy with my her and my husband and daughter love her as well. We feel we have hit the Kitty Jackpot! Thank you all!

(Last update: Mar 25th, 2012 10pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Yoshi
ID#: VA8220
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
Date In: 12/02/11
Adopted: 12/31/11
Congrats: Kendra
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
YOSHI
If you have a lot of attention to give

If you have a quiet home

If you can speak Siamese

If you have a little patience

Then I have no idea what you are waiting for!

(Not very good travelers, so trying to keep within a 6 or so hour drive)
Notes from Home
It has been about three months now and our house hasn't been the same since! Sasha and Yoshi have more than filled the void left after the death of our 16 year old meezer lady. Though both are definitely lap cats, Yoshi is the more affectionate of the two. He is on any available lap as soon as you sit down. If there isn't room on your lap, Sasha is content to sit near you, not Yoshi. He will worm in between you and whatever is in his way whether it is a book, laptop, dinner plate, or Sasha. If you are standing up, say doing dishes for example, Yoshi will stand up against you walking his paws up your leg until you look down and talk to him. On the floor he will stretch out and pull himself along the rug so you can admire how long and slinky he is. He is the consummate 'love me' boy.

At night both cats are under cover sleepers, all the way under the covers. Though this was appreciated during the cold winter months, they are also bed hogs. If you roll over, Yoshi will get up and come to whichever side you are facing. He is a non stop purr boy as soon as he has your attention. He's very gentle and allows you to cut his nails without complaint; I only wish his sister was as good in that department. All in all we could not be happier; adoptiong through the SCRC was the best decision we ever made!

(Last update: Mar 25th, 2012 7pm)

SASHA
If you like wedgies

If you like talkers

If you like needy

If you like purebred

If you want two

I probably don't need to say more .....

(not very good travelers, so trying to stay within a 6 or so hour drive)
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Sasha
ID#: VA8219
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
DateIn: 12/02/11
Adopted: 12/31/11
Congrats: Kendra
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

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Notes from Home
Did I really say we were looking for 'in your face' Siamese? SCRC certainly found us that! And not just in our faces, but in our dog's face as well. From the first introduction Sasha let our Belgian Malinois know that she was not going to be pushed around by any 60# dog. Recently I gave Gracie the dog a rare people food treat in her bowl. Sasha raced under Gracie's legs to see what was in the bowl first. When Gracie picked the bowl up and tried to walk away with it, Sasha followed her and pulled the same trick multiple times. I finally had to pick Sasha up so Gracie could enjoy her snack.

Sasha definitely thinks she runs the show around here. Don't get up early enough for her and she will sit on your shoulder and let out a loud meezer meow right into your ear. Try to take a shower in peace and she paws at the bathroom door until it opens and will peek at you through the curtain. If I am working at my desk and there is not enough room for her to squeeze on to my lap, she will jump on to my back Ninja style. She will follow you room to room to see what you're up to and don't even consider leaving food unattended in her presence. Sasha will eat anything, be it human, dog or cat food. She still manages to keep her super svelte figure though through all the play. Sasha particularly excels at a wand game called 'Da Bird'. She scampers, runs, launches, leaps and slides across the kitchen floor tirelessly. She snaps that Bird out of mid air with amazing accuracy. It's a good thing she is an indoor girl because the live birds wouldn't stand a chance. She is a delightful, entertaining imp and we are so fortunate to have her in our lives. Three cheers for SCRC!

(Last update: Mar 25th, 2012 7pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Silas
ID#: VA8003
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 08/25/11
Adopted: 09/24/11
Congrats: Terrence
Foster: Siri

Foster Notes

SILAS
I'm a very nice cat - an innocent victim of a bad economy. My former owner loved me enough to know that Siamese Rescue could find me a better home than she could provide. I'm very friendly, very laid back, and lived with other cats and a dog. No issues here - I eat what you give me, soak up the attention you give me, just love those catnip toys, and use my box like a good boy. Better pictures of me coming soon - I want attention, not this posing for pictures nonsense.
Notes from Home
One month with the big boy! He has turned out to be a real charmer. Big, affectionate, playful, nosy, funny. He is all of these things every day. As far as our house is concerned, he came out of the carrier ready to move in. He immediately seemed at ease and happy. It was as if he has lived here all along. After a bumpy start with Sasha, our other little girl adoptee from Indianapolis, the two are now getting along famously, with him giving her a daily licking about the head and shoulders, and she doesn't mind. He had a little trouble with loose stools the first week, but with Siri's expert advice he has rebounded well. His first trip to the vet brought on lots of crying in the carrier, probably thought he was hitting the road again for another change of home. Once in the exam room though he settled down and went into nosy mode and checked out everything he could get into. He is in very good health and gained a pound since he moved in, tipping the scales at 13.5 lbs. This is most likely due to the fact that he was eating Sasha's food as well as his and prompted instructions from the vet to limit his access overall. So we now have him on scheduled meal times and unfortunately for poor Sasha she pretty much has to follow suit to keep him from her dish. Naturally he is not happy about this! Ah, well, better for him in the long run. Once word got around the vet's office that 2 new meezers were in house, all the techs had to come check them out. Of course Silas loved this! Both cats made their way into our bed at the first opportunity and sleeping hasn't been the same since. Lots of jockeying for position and cats-off-to-the-races at least once a night. I have my alarm set for 6:45, but lately the wake-up walk around the bed has started every morning at 6:00, wanting food bowls produced for breakfast. What a hoot these two are! We're loving every minute of it. I am uploading some new pics of him. Tough to get really good pictures because Mr. Nosy runs up when he sees the camera and has to rub against the lens barrel.

March 24,2012: So now it's time for the 6 month update. In most ways with Silas, things are very much the same. He still is nosy and playful and just seems to love being here. We are still trying to keep his weight under control, but mostly that seems to be preventing any more gains, as I'm pretty sure he hasn't lost any weight. One area where there has been real change is his appearance. He has become an even more handsome rogue than when we got him. A note we got from SCRC HQ on transport day indicated that he looked like he was dusted all over and that we would love him. Both statements were correct. There was even some debate whether he was a chocolate or a seal. He is a short hair and when we got him his hair had a coarse feeling to it. In his previous home he was one of many animals and didn't get the best of food, attention, or a clean environment. Now after six months of healthy food and regular use of the Furminator his still short hair is silky smooth and soft and his tips have darkened and spread. The dusty look has given way to a much more solid coloring and he appears much more like a true seal point. He is very sociable and will come to check out anybody who comes to the house. He is even getting a little more accepting of our granddaughter, Jade, but there's still wariness of all that energy. With the arrival of our grandson in January, the changing table has reappeared, and both cats enjoy napping on its pad. The crib also has been a new found occasional place for siesta.
With the lovely but unseasonably nice weather we've been having, both cats have been enjoying the open windows. Neither cat is much of a lap cat, only making brief stays. It took our late Koko 2 years before she became a regular, so I guess we can wait for them to settle. Both cats usually sleep in our bed with Silas usually trying to snuggle up against one of our legs. He likes to "make biscuits" with the covers until they are tight against our legs and then pin them in place with his weight. It gets hard to change positions without dislodging him! If he is hungry or wants attention he wakes me up with head butts, purring, climbing on, and nibbling at my elbows and shoulders. He will get on my chest and lay down for petting and scratching, but food seems to be the motivation. They both get along quite well, but when they get in a wrestling match, despite the size difference Sasha is more aggressive even though he usually initiates the action. She smacks him around with reckless abandon. The bottom line is we still are enjoying him immensely and are very pleased we were able to get him with Sasha. I am getting some new pics up for him, so hopefully the change in appearance can be seen. Thanks again to everyone who was involved in his care and transport. He's a keeper! More later - Terry

(Last update: Mar 24th, 2012 1pm)

SASHA
UPDATE: I'm getting so much braver and Daddy Vic says I am turning into a real sweetheart. I even let him shave in "my" room and we talk about what he is doing. Today, I had a big adventure. For the first time, I decided it was OK to venture out of "my" room and check out the other spaces up here at this nice Hotel delShue. The food is great, the view is nice, the room is sunny and bright and I'm starting to really feel at "home". Foster Mom keeps telling me that I'll have to be really brave and move to just ONE more home for the rest of my life. I'm beginning to think I have the courage to do that. Will you be the one who helps me be brave and learn that "my" new forever home is out there? I'll reward you with headbutts and cuddles. Be sure to ask about me, Sasha.

I've only been here for four days, but BOY have I made a lot of big changes. At first, I was VERY scared and hid behind the big white bowl in my foster room. I didn't want to come out to see anyone until last night when I came out to visit just a little with Mama LaShawn when she came for a visit. When Mama Katie came up today to take some pictures, I hid in my favorite spot for a while, but guess what - I got SO brave and came out to visit and to get lots and lots of pets. She kept telling me how proud she was of me and how brave I was. She also said that Mama Jen (she helped get me into rescue) would be thrilled to hear how much braver and happier I am. My owner had to give me up because she couldn't have two cats in her new living situation, so I went to rescue and my brother stayed with her. I miss him and I got very scared in so many new places, but now I am adjusting well. Just look at all my neat photos and see how much happier I am. I promise I will be a GOOD girl in your home and not hide if you will love me, pet me and give me time to adjust. I might even like to have another furry brother again some day soon. Purrs and headbutts, Sasha
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Sasha
ID#: VA7903
Location:  Indiana
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 07/24/11
Adopted: 09/18/11
Congrats: Terrence
Foster: Katie

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
While I have been in direct contact with Cher, Katie, and Siri about Sasha (and Silas), I'm taking a few minutes here this morning to let anyone else who might have had contact with her know about how things are evolving. While on a daily basis the progress we have made in bringing her out of her shy/timid/frightened state seems painfully slow, looking at her now a month into her new home shows really how far she has come. She began, as at Katie's, behind the toilet in our first floor bathroom. But that ended after a few days and she hasn't been back since. She was a complete night owl and we felt at first that we had just adopted a new born baby. Now she is more active during the day, but still confines that to our second floor. When she gravitated to the second floor that first week she spent 16 hours a day under the beds. With diligent attention to closing off the bedrooms, we have gently forced her to choose to stay in the second floor bathroom closet ( where we can make contact with her) or the hallway and the computer room. (At this moment she has walked in to rub against my legs - BIG move this week) With the integration of Silas, she hangs out in the hallway more now to keep an eye on him, so he has helped bring her out of her shell. She rarely comes down to the first floor after sun-up, but shows up every evening, plays some, but mostly just hangs out. She still starts at a variety of harmless sounds. She still prefers us in a crawling or prone position, but is shying away less when we are upright, as long as we move by v e r y s l o w l y. We took both cats in for their vet visit last week and that went fairly well. We were very concerned it would be a set back for her and that she would hide for days, but by the evening she was out and about like normal. She was extremely nervous, pushed up against Mary's belly and hid her head in the crook of Mary's elbow, and shed out lots of hair. Bottom line is she is quite healthy, weighs 8 1/2 pounds and doing well. They want us to start brushing both cats teeth to try to clear up some gingivitis. Can't wait to try that!
She is beautiful and dainty, but unfortunately I have no good pics of her yet because she hates my camera, a digital SLR. Someday.... Thanks to all who helped with her! More later - Terry

March 24, 2012: Six months ago we received our two new friends, Sasha and Silas. Time to update here how our little princess has come along since the above updates occurred. With the help of time, patience, and a little Feliway, she has blossomed into a very special little lady. She is approaching what might be called normal for a Siamese princess. First, while she still spends the majority of her time on the second floor, she now makes the run of the house except for the attic (Silas loves it there as did our late Koko). She will not try to climb the disappearing staircase to go there. She does come down to the first floor throughout the day, especially when there is activity in the kitchen. Thanks in part to Mary feeding her little bits of boiled chicken, she has become a mooch. She seems to think that anytime food is being prepared she should be able to get perks. Fortunately she still weighs about 8 1/2 lbs. so she isn't packing on the pounds. We can't keep her dry food bowl out because Silas will pig out, so she doesn't get to eat unless we are with her to put her bowl down and retrieve it when she finishes. This was instituted for Silas's weight control (he weighs nearly 15 lbs), but we believe it has benefited her as well. She is even more beautiful now than when we got her. Probably due to Mary's work with the Furminator, Sasha shines and is so soft it's just a joy to stroke her hair. She has become outgoing enough that she will come downstairs when we have visitors and let herself be seen (is that diva talk?) and will even interact some with regulars like my sister and our older son. But when our granddaughter Jade is here, Sasha disappears. Just too much energy there. With the arrival of our grandson in January, the changing table has reappeared and both cats find the pad a nice place to nap. One area where she isn't very Siamese-ish is the talking. As in there isn't any. Rarely when we are getting their wet food ready in the evening, she has let out a little squeak of a mew. At it's loudest it's that of a kitten's. Purrs loud and proud, but no talk. Leg rubs have taken an interesting turn. Instead of leading with her head, she walks just close enough to make contact with her hair. Then just before moving by she will pause, briefly hook my leg with her tail, then move on. Sort of a stealth rub.
With the lovely but unseasonably nice weather we've been having, both cats have been enjoying the open windows, Sasha especially liking the one in our bedroom at night. Neither cat is much of a lap cat, only making brief stays. It took Koko 2 years before she became a regular, so I guess we can wait for them to settle. Both cats usually sleep in our bed with Sasha preferring either to snuggle up against Mary's legs or curl up near our feet. If they are hungry or want for some thing else there's only one person they wake up, and that's me. They both get along quite well, but when they get in a wrestling match, despite the size difference she is more aggressive. She smacks him around with reckless abandon. Very funny. I have a few photos to upload, but she still shies away from my camera so nothing great there. She also still shies at the oddest little noises, but ignores other loud sudden sounds. Thanks again to all who helped bring us together. We look forward to continued improvements. Until next time - Terry

(Last update: Mar 24th, 2012 11am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Captain Krinkles
ID#: VA8345
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 02/04/12
Adopted: 02/25/12
Congrats: Valeria
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 is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
CAPTAIN KRINKLES
I had 79 brothers and sisters and while I'm pretty cat friendly, I'm not too sure about the human thing. If you are adopting as a friend for your cat, I might work. If you are adopting as a friend for you, you'll have to wait till I graduate from charm school. Stay tuned as I try to learn, but at this point I am still in nursery school!

Kindergarten here I come!
Don't know what to tell you, but I'm sailing through elementary school.....
Notes from Home
My wonderful man, Captain Krinkles! Ever the big personality! First in line to greet you and ask for a rub down! His purrs are ever ready. Oh!! You're awake?? Well, pay attention to me!! Not one to be ignored. My chatty Captain loves to let you know where he is. Letting out a meow to see where you are. And isn't he a piggy! He and his sister, Tennille, enjoy each other's company with snuggles on chairs or in the sun or just running after each other. He is such a delicious, sweet baby! Every day is a happier one than the last! I look forward to coming home every day to be greeted by my sweet Captain and sweet Tennille!!
(Last update: Mar 23rd, 2012 7pm)

TENILLE
Small and shy, I'm from the same hoarder situation that Capt Krinkle came from - you can see him in my video. Whether or not we go together, we do each need to go with friendly pal cats, as we are quite cat oriented! I'm still a little shell shocked at being here but if I'm anything like the Captain, I'll blossom in no time!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Tenille
ID#: VA8359
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 02/11/12
Adopted: 02/25/12
Congrats: Valeria
Foster: Siri



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Notes from Home
My sweet little teacup! Tennille and her brother, Captain Krinkles, have become such a wonderful, natural addition to our home. She is ever inquisitive and is not one to turn down an opportunity to explore. Mornings begin with Miss Tennille jumping up on the bed by my head and patiently waits to have head scratched. She then melts into the bed until it's time to move on.....but then she finds her way back. I love this girl more and more every day! She is such a joy and blessing!!
(Last update: Mar 23rd, 2012 7pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: William

(FKA William)

ID#: VA8004
Location:  Georgia
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 08/25/11
Adopted: 02/18/12
Congrats: Cathy
Foster: Jo

Foster Notes

WILLIAM
Hi

OK I've been medicated to the hilt however I'm now feeling soooo much better and off all medications and love to just play, play, play and play. I love on foster Meow in the morning and enjoy being held and purr up a storm, I even reach up to be held. I have had my education now too. Foster Meow says integration is good for us, but the first week it wasn't that great for me, I went all shy!!! Second week I'm loving it because I get some nice treats and that flying mouse is awesome. In fact, so awesome, I want to carry it to my room but it just keeps getting away from me! Why does it have fishing rod line attached to it???

Purrs

Wills Windspurr

Notes from Home
William is settling in very well. Thai is definitely happy now that he has a buddy. William has a wonderful personality - playful and sweet. We love him! Please see attached picture.
(Last update: Mar 23rd, 2012 12pm)

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