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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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KEOKE
I am Super Sweet. I am Super Loving and I can be Yours!!! Ask About Me ASAP
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Keoke

(FKA Waverly)

ID#: VA8186
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 11/10/11
Adopted: 12/10/11
Congrats: Jame
Foster: Julie



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Notes from Home
This little girl is quite a character. We are settling into a routine. She greets me at the door and begins chirping the minute my key enters the lock. I came home early one day to find her sleeping, which was a relief and helped me determine that she simply knows my schedule now. She enjoys evening playtime and then quiet time resting on me while we watch a little tv. A couple of times she has played with the Friskies fishing iPad app and that is ever amusing. Even though she does not like to be held, I sneak a little holding time in on her when we first say hello in the morning and then she runs to the couch for lap time. If I do not sit down, but rather stand next to the couch, she is reaching for my hands. Her talking has increased, and when I talk on the phone she is guaranteed to talk over me. Thankfully my friends are understanding!!
(Last update: Jan 12th, 2012 10pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Willow

(FKA Mee-oh)

ID#: VA8189
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 11/12/11
Adopted: 12/10/11
Deceased: 12/01/13
Congrats: Lizbeth (beth)
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
WILLOW
Nothing but purring and loving and clinging and needy and oh so lovey dovey here. A quieter home please with lots and lots and LOTS of attention, I like other cats but no bully cats please.

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Notes from Home
December 29th finds Willow fully adjusted to her new home. She is a regular purring machine and goes from person to person for a warm lap. She is no long intimidated by our male cat - in fact, I think he is intimidated by her! The two of them sound like a herd of elephants when they are racing around and sometimes it's a contest between the two of them to take over a lap. We could not adore her any more. She is a PERFECT match for us!! Happy holidays and Happy New Year to all of the volunteers who helped her find a happy home.

January 10th - Willow is now the terror of her new home. Racing from room to room, giving my older cat a hard time ("why won't he play with me???") and sleeping glued to my side under the covers at night (how she can breathe is beyond me), she is a constant source of amusement. All this, and she loves to be picked up and cuddled. What more could you ask for??

(Last update: Jan 10th, 2012 9am)

WINSTON
Yippee...I'm over my cold & am checking things off my list....

Feeling better -Getting there
Released from playpen - check
Room to roam & explore - check
Good food - check
Litter box - check
Snuggle time with foster - check

The only items that remain on my list of things to do is simple...

Find forever home - pending
Find adopter that will help me learn to trust - pending
Find adopter that is head over fur in love with me - pending
Find adopter willing to allow me to snuggle on their neck - pending

So I suppose you get the message ~ I'm a little skittish at the moment, but very easy to catch ~ just need an adopter/family that's willing to take me under their wings & I'll be in purr purr land!

Purrs, hugs & neck rubs,
Winston
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Winston
ID#: VA8157
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 10/29/11
Adopted: 12/01/11
Congrats: Gibson
Foster: Debi



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Notes from Home
Winston and I are doing well. He has finally decided that I may be an OK human. He will let me pet him now and he sometimes sleeps next to me in the bed. I think I made some mistakes with him in our early relationship, but as I indicated above things are going much better now. I try to play with him at least one hour per day and he seems to enjoy that.
(Last update: Jan 9th, 2012 4pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Sir Percy

(FKA Bernard)

ID#: VA8160
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 10/30/11
Adopted: 12/10/11
Deceased: 02/27/12
Congrats: Lily
Foster: Siri

Foster Notes

This cat will not tolerate being with a male cat. Usually this is a male cat.Not with Male Cats
SIR PERCY
Would you marry someone simply because they were handsome?
(oh you are shallow, go away....)

Would you marry someone because they had deep pockets?
(you too, get outta here!!)

Would you marry someone because they were kind, loving, loyal, honest, compassionate, and, okay, I'll slide one in there, good in bed?

YOU I am interested in. Click on Ask About Me!

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Notes from Home
Sir Percy is a real sweetheart. He loves to lurk in his fort in the sun room or sleep on my bed. He sticks right next to me all night. It is very easy to work over him as he just plants himself on my lap and I can type, read, knit etc. Good litter box use. Not interested in dry food. He's eating only canned, no-grains varieties. Prefers fowl or beef. Not keen on salmon or tuna. Did eat some roasted chicken. Does not seem to be interested in eggs.
Floozy Anne is still bent out of shape about him. He does not challenge her in any way yet she still hisses at him or tries to swat him when they happen to pass in the hall or stairs. She does not receive any less attention than before he arrived, she just decided to be her rude Bulgarian waitress self.
Our mobile vet was just here. His teeth are very good. She put him on Otomax for a couple of weeks. There was some brown stuff in his ears. When that is done, I will use a vinegar water solutions which a friend finds effective for her dog's ear yeast problem. The Otomax may affect his appetite as his is a bit off his food since yesterday.
It is difficult to believe that he was a real stray. He must have had a human at some point as he is so lovey. Perhaps some evil people threw him out when his protector died or whatever. No problem - he's mine forever! Working on photo but he's always either curled up asleep or stuck on me so it's hard to get a shot of his face!

(Last update: Jan 7th, 2012 2pm)

NALA
Sugar and spice and everything nice,
That's what little girls are made of...

I'm sweet as sugar and extra good.
Loving? Yes.
Playful? Yes.
Clean (in my box of course)? Yes.
I can add some spice to your home.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Nala

(FKA Lizzie)

ID#: VA8194
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 11/13/11
Adopted: 12/11/11
Congrats: Karen
Foster: Williene

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
12/11/2011
Simba (AKA BobKat) and his little sister Nala (AKA Lizzie) arrived safe and sound today via the Meezer Express (which was a two day trip all the way from Tennessee). Bless those volunteers!! The kittens came out of their carriers purring and headbutting us and were playing with their feather wand right away. Both of the kittens even slept with us on the bed right from the start!

12/23/2011
Both of the kittens have settled in nicely; we can hardly imagine life without them! For Xmas, we got them a cat tree that is floor to ceiling in height and they absolutely love it. I'll include some of the pictures soon.

01/02/2012
Simba and Nala now have the run of the house; we are kept laughing by their playing, talking, galloping and pouncing. But the best thing to have happened has been when the kittens wake up in the morning and go through their ritual of kissing and snuggling with us -- we have lost our hearts to them and can't imagine life without them now. No doubt about it -- the best thing that happened to us in 2011 was definitely finding our new family members! Thanks SCRC!

(Last update: Jan 6th, 2012 12am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Bogart
ID#: VA8144
Location:  Connecticut
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 10/25/11
Adopted: 12/18/11
Congrats: Colleen
Foster: Trish


This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
BOGART
I'm Bogart! Just in from living on a nice farm in eastern Connecticut since I was born. My cousin Thai got into this thing called Rescue, and they tell me that he's got a fur-ever home already. I had my ' education' on November 17th, and was a super good boy. Meown Trish says I'm going to be a lover-boy - I give her lots of wet nose kisses, particularly 'cause she lets me try all sorts of yummy foods - fresh roast turkey is my favorite.

See how mellow I am at the vets! Pretty amazing, if I do say so myself.

I'm missing my mom and brother, but Meown Trish tells me that they might get into rescue too. I miss all my farm 'cousins' - you'll see some of them in photos in my gallery - they don't look like me - they're black!

I've been exploring the downstairs, during my time out of my kitty play pen. Meown & Poppa moved me in my rolling play pen into a nice sunny room during the 'Halloween' snow storm in Connecticut so I could bask in sun while the power and heat was out for 5 days and nights. I stayed warm in my Siamese Rescue 'millie bed', and on Meown's lap under the afghan. Meown was so excited when the power came on - can't she see in the dark like me?

Now that house is warm again, I've been moved upstairs to the foster room, which has a big people bed, a little kitty house with my heating pad, and several windows from which I can watch the birdies.

Sending purrs your way, 'Bogie'

Notes from Home
Bogart is slowly adjusting to his new home. His first few days with us he was so scared, but each day he gets braver and braver. he is absolutely adorable. I especially love the little noises he makes when he is about to be fed. Sort of a cross between a chirp and a meow.

His favorite spot in the house right now is in the dinning room, on a soft rug that we have. He loves to lounge out there during the day. Each night he curls up in bed with me purring away.

A funny "quirk" that Bogey has is he is afraid of our TV! Its up on a wall so he can't get to it to sniff it out, which is why i think it scares him. When its on, he slinks by it, constantly keeping one eye on it, and then runs out of the room. We have slowly tried to get him used to it by keeping the volume low and gradually increasing it. He did much better last night as he sat on the couch and watched a movie with us. Apparently he likes Steven Spielberg films!

1/5/2012 Update from Bogey: Last night I tried vanilla ice cream and it was delicious! Meowmy only let me have a little taste, but my eyes were as BIG as saucers while she ate it. She also gives me little pieces of baked chicken when she cooks it. I am really getting used to my house, i feel like i own the place, hoping from one piece of furniture to the next. Even my brother Harley and I are getting along a bit better. He tried to bathe me last night, but i was not having any of it.
More later
Purrs
Bogey

(Last update: Jan 5th, 2012 12pm)

SKITCH
Ahhhh! Feels so good. Now if only.....

So I am a project cat. That just means I am waiting for that special person that will let me take my own sweet time to trust. And I don't just mean a couple months. That special person must be in it for the long haul. I am always bravest when I have tiny little girls around that show off how relaxed they can be around people. I am a sweet gentle cat. Not a mean bone in my body. I am even learning to come out of hiding when people visit. I didn't like foster mom calling me ghost cat.

And I love to snuggle at night. I am not afraid when people are lying down.

I do have an adoption scholarship for the right home. My mom and sis and brother all found special people. I just know there is the right home out there for me.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Skitch
ID#: VA6099
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 01/15/09
Adopted: 12/29/10
Congrats: Anna
Foster: Julie

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
We are making progress in small steps integrating Skitch into the family. He now realizes that we are not intimidated by his growls and hisses. We know he is just afraid and he is all hiss and now bite. He also knows we are persistent and will not give up on making him part of the family. We know he misses Julie. She was so loving and patient with him. We know it would take time for him to trust us. At first he would not get out from under the bed in the spare bedroom except to eat and use the litter box but never when we were in the room. I put treats on the stand by the windows and they would go missing so he started looking out the window at all the wild creatures in our wooded yard. When we took him to see the Vet, we had to pull the bed out from the wall to get him. He was a good boy for the vet and she understood him and knew just how to handle the situation. The next morning I again pulled the bed from the wall and Skitch ran to the stand by the window. We then carried him down stairs to the family room. He hid on my plant stand in back of a plant and watched the animals in the yard and us as we went about our day. Ashira is very interested in Skitch but still gets about a foot away and hisses and backs off. She senses his fear. But she is also persistent and keeps going back. Skitch just looks at her and because we are near by seems reassured. We are looking forward to each milestone and to the day when Skitch feels he has found his forever home. All good things come to those who wait!

1/16/11
We are getting closer everyday. Skitch likes Ron to hold him every morning before we put him down in the family room. We set up a little tent like system so he can watch the animals in the yard and us. He is getting more relaxed everyday and is gettting use to our schedual. He isn't hiding under the bed much. He does like staying under the covers in the bed or on the stand by the windows in the bedroom. I have moved the curtains around the stand and he likes that. Last night when I went into the room he ran out from under the bed to the stand. That is a first! i guess he likes it when I sit down next to him a talk to him.

2/3/11
Skitch is doing much better and is starting to venture out more especially at night. We had been ignoring him and I would play with Ashira in his room or in the hallway. I would give her treats and talk to her even though she can’t her me. We thought this would motivate him to join in. That is when he started to withdraw. We are still doing that but I am involving him in the talk more except when he turns his back. That’s my signal. Ashira likes being in his room when we are with her. The other night after we went to bed, he was running up and down the stairs. I was hoping Ashira was playing with him but she was sound asleep on a chair. I wish she could hear. She probably would have joined him. Last night he watched me brush my teeth. He stood in his room near the door and when I went into my bedroom he ran down stairs. I was hoping he would join us but that is his time to investigate. About 3 in the morning I couldn’t sleep so Ashira and I went down stairs to have some tea. Skitch came down stairs and watch us from the doorway. I tried giving him a treat with Ashira but he just backed off. Ashira just watch him. He is now relaxing enough to show how curious he is about what we are doing. He is quite the fellow and likes to make you work for your rewards. We enjoy watching him try to be cool.

2/12/11

We are making some progress with both Skitch and Ashira. Skitch will occasionally join us in bed if we don’t move. Last night he and Ashira were in bed with us. I don’t know if they knew the other was there because Skitch came back again and went up and smelled Ashira and left but there was no hissing. Yesterday when we got up, Skitch was still down stairs so we shut the bedroom door so he had to stay with us for a while. He hid under the TV stand but Ashira kept going up to him with out any hissing. This is an improvement because we could still see him clearly. At one point Ashira started crying and carrying what we call her security fussy toy. She does that when she feels insecure or when she can’t find us. At first I thought it was because Skitch was downstairs with us and that made her uneasy. Boy, was I wrong. She took the fussy under the stand and pushed it right next to Skitch and stayed there for a long while. It made me cry. She is such a sweet cat and she wants Skitch to feel comfortable and be her buddy. He is getting more comfortable and does like watching us at night so long as he thinks we don’t know it. Last night we were watching TV in bed and I felt something by my side. It was Skitch with his front paws on the bed watching me. Unfortunatly he left as soon as I turned to say Hi. He is a character. At night they both are making the sweetest sounds and we think they are playing chase. It sounds like it. There have been few unfriendly sounds. Ashira has been good with the litter box now that we have 3 of them. It has been a great week!

3/31/11

Skitch looks a lot like his mother. He is so handsome. Here is an update I will post.
Skitch is making progress by leaps and bounds. He now comes into the family room during the morning and night and we have a new game that encourages this. While we are sitting, we throw a treat and he chases after it. He plays hockey with it first and then eats it or lets Ashira get it. He however has found a new hiding place. The couch in the living room pulls out into a bed and he somehow has found a way to get up inside it and he sleeps there. At first we thought he was sleeping under the couch with only about 3 inches so we were happy to find out he found a spot with more room and he is in the part of the house with us during the day instead of the bedroom. There is no way for us to get to him in there so it is great that he is coming out while we are around. As he becomes more secure and finds a better spot to hide we will block off the couch so he can’t get in there. He is too clever. In the morning and night he cries for his canned food and watches while we get it ready. He still steps back as we put it down but he no longer runs away and he no longer runs when we make eye contact. He and Ashira are getting along great. They greet each other most of the time by touching their noses together. He cries for her and she cries for him. It is so sweet. They love playing chase. They are now interacting more because he is taking on her nighttime sleeping habits. This is good for us too. Many a night we were awake listening to them play. His posture is much more relaxed and he is investigating more even with us present. He is a sweet kitty and I think he is now happy to be with us. Thank you Julie for all the hints to get us this far. We are forever in your debt.

1/4/2012

Skitch is doing very well with us. He sleeps with us when he and Ashira are not playing chase. He eats treats out of our hands and likes to sit on the arm of the chair to beg for treats. He still does not like to be touched. We are gradually working on that and we hope this will improve. He seems to be able to read our minds because he often runs away from us when we are going to pet him. We find that we loss more by pushing too hard and too fast. Skitch and Ashira are good buddies. He still doesn’t realize that she can’t hear him and he cries for her when he can’t find her. She also cries for him. They are sweet together and fun to watch. Skitch has responded well in time to other people in the house. We are putting in a full bathroom down on the main floor and he likes our carpenter and will take treats from him now that he knows him. He will hide when new people come into the house but never inside of the couch like he used to. He just gets out of sight but you can still see him if you try. He likes to people watch. At night when it is time to go to bed, you can find both Ashira and Skitch in bed waiting for us and their treats. Julie you are right, he will do anything for food. He is healthy and seems happy with us. He doesn't like it when we are away and when we return he stays close by us. I guess he does miss us as we miss him. Julie thank you for the good foundation you started Skitch on.

(Last update: Jan 4th, 2012 4pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: La'roo

(FKA Ponyo)

ID#: VA8268
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 12/23/11
Adopted: 12/30/11
Congrats: Elise
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 any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
LA'ROO
Did you say wild child? Did you say nutty and playful? Did you say can leap and chase wand toys for hours and hours? Did you say super smart, super busy, super duper?

Did you say Ponyo?

I'm one fun busy smart entertaining goofy gal! If you like to have fun, then let's PLAYYYYY!!!!!!

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Notes from Home
Ponyo is doing very well since we brought her home with us on Friday. When we first arrived in our apartment, we let her out of her cat carrier, and then she walked around the house exploring every nook and crany. After deciding that she had seen it all she made herself quite comfortable on our bed and took a long nap. When she woke up a few hours later, she came out to eat and sought attention. We quickly found out that she loves to be held and loves to play with all of her toys. During playtime, she rushes back and forth between our two bedrooms hiding behind the doors until we throw a toy mouse her way. If she thinks that we have stopped playing too soon she will meow for more.

Ponyo is also a very curious cat. Whenever I am cooking in the kitchen she trots over and watches what I am doing. She likes to explore the window sills, watch the birds outside, and hide behind the curtains.

She is such an affectionate, sweet, fun loving cat, and we are so happy to have her. I know that she is glad to be with us, too, because she acts like she has been living in our home her whole life. I will upload pictures in the next couple of days.

(Last update: Jan 4th, 2012 4pm)

SIMON
Help! Please! Someone come and rescue me. Foster mom has broken out the holiday hats. Next she says comes the elf costumes, and you know how those elf pants pinch! I've been the perfect cat, and she has betrayed me. Haven't I used my box and eaten my food and made friends with everything four-footed and two in this crazy house? Don't I follow her around, supervising to make sure she is doing the chores perfectly? Don't I entertain her with the wand whenever she wants?

Please click that ask about me button - you won't be sorry at all, and you may save me from more humiliation, and those awful elf pants.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Simon

(FKA Merlin)

ID#: VA8107
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 10/05/11
Adopted: 12/31/11
Congrats: Melissa
Foster: Jackie

Foster Notes


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We have changed Merlin's name to Simon
(Last update: Jan 3rd, 2012 8pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Mia

(FKA Bonita)

ID#: VA6518
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
Date In: 08/03/09
Adopted: 09/27/09
Congrats: Joe
Foster: Williene

Foster Notes

MIA
No, you may not have my ball.
I found it, I pounced on it, I caught it, and it is mine.
I will give you love, and I will give you kitty-kisses and snuggles, and I will give you chin-bumps and purrs and cuddles.
I will give you laughter and happiness and affection all the day through, and I will give you the joy of watching me play and learn and grow, and I will give you every bit of my sweet, easy-going, people-adoring little heart.
But I will not give you my ball.
So if you already have your own ball, but you have a shortage of all the other wonderful things I've got to give - ASK ABOUT ME!!!
Purrs -
Bonita

Notes from Home
Bonita, now known as Mia, came home without any problems. She did not hide, like so people said she should or would and loves to get into everything. She has the run of the house and loves it. My daughters love having her around while they do their homework. Mia is curious about everything and loves to play with her toys, especially her toy squirrel. More updates to come after her vet visit.


10/10/09
I took Mia to the vet on Friday and she checked out just fine. She now weighs 6 pounds and is still very full of energy. She is very friendly with all of us and follows me from room to room during the day when only the two of us are here. The vet was not familiar with your organization so I will ask him to post one of your fliers.
He said that "why would anyone go to a breeder when they can adopt a cat of this quality".
I'll send you some pictures.
Thanks,
Joe Cox

12/29/09
We are taking Mia to the vet today so that he can see how she is teething. The whole family loved having Mia around for the holidays. She received many presents from us and even the extended family. Grandma even made Mia a personalized stocking. Mia is about 8 months now and weights around 8 or 9 lbs. She is very playful and loves to be around people. Mia loves to sleep on my chest at night. She loves to wake me up by licking my face.
Here in Maryland we had a blizzard, around 18 inches of snow. The girls took Mia outside to look at the snow and she actually liked it. She ate some and then went back inside to warm herself by the fire. It was quite the photo-op. We still have to upload some pictures.
Thanks,
Joe Cox
April 9, 2010

Its spring time here in Baltimore and Mia is shedding to prove it. We didn't think that she would shed very much, but we were wrong. During Easter, we had the family over and Mia was great. She was very friendly with the smaller kids and was very adventurous. She was so exhausted afterwards that she fell asleep for 2 hours while the family was still there. Mia loves to go outside, but does not like her leash very much. We have several other cats in our neighborhood and do not let her out if she is not on a least or with one of us. She is such a sweet kitten, but she won't be a kitten much longer! Her birthday is next month! It is hard to believe that we have had her since September. We will upload some pictures of her soon.
Thanks,
Katherine Cox

1/3/12
Happy New Year!
It has been a while since her last update, but Mia is doing great! She will be turning 3 in a few months, but still acts like a kitten. Mia especially enjoyed Christmas and used the tree as her personal jungle jim. She enjoy watching football with the family and even has a Ravens collar.
Thanks,
Katherine Cox

(Last update: Jan 3rd, 2012 7pm)

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