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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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SEAMUS MACGREGOR
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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Seamus MacGregor

(FKA Basil)

ID#: VA7809
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
DateIn: 06/21/11
Adopted: 07/23/11
Congrats: Sharon
Foster: Heida



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Notes from Home
Seamus MacGregor is a real charmer! He took a little longer to settle in because he's basically shy, but after he got settled he realized he was home and set about making everyone fall in love with him. It sure didn't take too long! Heida said we had a textbook integration. It's not hard to tell that his mom was Balinese with the thick, soft fur and long tail he has! We can't imagine life without him and his love of play! He throws his toys around-I've even found them in the litter boxes!
(Last update: Feb 2nd, 2012 3pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Georgia
ID#: VA7683
Location:  Kentucky
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 04/28/11
Adopted: 01/16/12
Congrats: Barbara
Foster: Jennifer

Foster Notes

GEORGIA
Hi, my name is Georgia, and I'm a beautiful, healthy, happy blue point girl!
Here are my New Years resolutions. I am sure 2012 will be my best year ever!

1. I'd like my new family to click on the paw print over my picture and talk to Jen about their home and family. Jen knows me pretty well, so she'll be able to tell you very quickly if you will suit MY needs. (Not that I'm picky, but a girl gets to choose who she's gonna live with:-))

2. I'd like to take a trip, preferably with Meezer Express volunteers, ending up in a great new home!

3. When I meet my new family, I'd like them to show me who's bed I'm going to be sleeping in, from here on out.

4. If you have a dog, and he/she can behave, I wouldn't mind meeting him/her next.

5. I'd like to live happily ever after!

So, those are my goals for this year. I promise you I'm a good girl who won't cause any problems in your home, won't you help me have a bright and promising 2012?

Thanks, Georgia

=^..^=


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Notes from Home
Hello form Pennsylvania.
Well, we are happy to report that Georgia "Blue" (we added Blue) is doing GREAT! She is just ending her 14 day quarantine period in our den, and has been out and about for about 24 hours. We limit her time on the main floor of the house due to the fact they our 2 year old cat Zoey and our puppy Max are getting used to her. The puppy LOVES her and she does not run away from his sniffing at all. I prepared my existing pets for her inclusion by bringing her scent to them...their scents is already throughout the den where she sleeps. She walks around the main floor of the house likes she owns the place. She went to the vet for her exam a week ago. She was given a RX for Conjunctivitis and one for yeast in her ear. She has three more days to go with the meds but she has no outward symptoms of Upper Respiratory infection at all. Not runny eyes or nose. Our vet feels that these are minor issues and are probably viruses. But, he gave meds to be onthe safe side. She ihas gained 1/2 pound. Zoey is still standoffish which I expect. but Georgia wants to get closer to her. In time - this should work itself out. I keep in her room at night in the den. She has all of her comforts there, and she seems to know that is her ":safe": place to retreat to if the house is too much for her. Pictures are on the way.

(Last update: Jan 31st, 2012 9am)

JACK
Okay, I'm over it. Yes, I lost my first home but I've decided it's time to enjoy life again so I'm telling foster mom all about myself. She's a little slow on the translation but she's catching on. I like my toys, especially the little mouse that goes around in circles, but I really LOVE to be brushed. Brush me and you'll win my heart. I'm not one of those outgoing guys who will greet your guests at the front door, I'll be hiding behind the biggest piece of furniture waiting for them to leave so I can cuddle with you. If you don't mind giving me a little time to settle in, I could be your soul mate. Limited to one day drive from Central FL.

Love, Tien
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Jack

(FKA Tien (fka Jellybean))

ID#: VA6774
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 12/22/09
Adopted: 01/30/10
Congrats: Dr. Joanne
Foster: Carole


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 proud to report that we celebrated Jack's 2nd anniversary this past weekend! We had remarked that after his 1st year, he had made a lot of progress but this past year has brought even more fun and new things for him.

At first, he was a very "scaredy cat" and would run and hide under the bed all the time. Gradually, he started coming out more and was comfortable with regular household sounds. He would occasionally be spotted sleeping at the foot of the bed but he tended to prefer his window perch.

After about 9 months, he started to venture to the screened in back porch. He really enjoys watching the lizards and squirrels. It was around then we first heard his chatter/chirping sound! He also found a toy mouse that he started to play with.

During year 2, Jack has really come into his own and has developed quite a personality! He is very chatty in the morning while he is waiting for his wet food -"Seafood Feast" is his favorite. He is not shy about voicing his opinion on a variety of things around the house especially on having the slider door open for him to come and go to the porch as he pleases. He snuggles quite often and has a favorite blanket.

He seems to really enjoy watching yard work being done and will follow you around the house if you are cleaning; however, the vacuum will send him running for the hills. There are now at least half a dozen toy mice around the house that he has managed to wrangle into and out of strange places. He also greets us at the door when we come home!

He did very well at his vet appointment. He was nervous at first but ended up snuggled up with the vet tech by the end. He got a clean bill of health and the vet said he looked great.

All in all, Jack has been a wonderful addition to our lives. He has certainly come a long way out of his shell and continues to prosper. We are very happy to have Jack around and look forward to many great years with him.

(Last update: Jan 30th, 2012 6pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Sunny

(FKA Ziggy)

ID#: VA8041
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 09/05/11
Adopted: 10/14/11
Congrats: SANDI
Foster: Heida

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
SUNNY
Very sweet, but shy little boy, who loves being cuddled but is scared of sudden movements and noises. Wants to go to a home with another cat that will let him cuddle and give him confidence.
Update : I like tummy rubs! Now that I am feeling better and feel safe, I am just a little sponge, soaking up the cuddles!
I adore my foster sister Mushu VA 8040 and would like to go home with her!

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Notes from Home
Hi to all my fellow Team Meezers, Sunny is doing GREAT. Still very very skittish with unexpected noises and movements but not shy from human touch. He ADORES Siba and they are best buddies already. He is the big brother to Sunny and Sunny loves him so much. Follows him everywhere and they tumble and play. Amazing, but my Sydney who was terrified of Siba (just getting over that now and I've had Siba almost two years!) has no fear at all of Sunny. There has not been one hiss nor growl from either of Sunny's siblings and I am THRILLED because we weren't sure how either of my current meezers would react. Up date more later. Sunny's mom Sandi

1-30-12 Sunny just blossomed so very much in 3 1/2 months, it's unbelieveable. He is just a gentle giant (little chubby or chubbette as we call him) and is so loving and cuddly and friendly too!! Hard to believe he is the kitten we brought here who was terrified of m everything except if you were holding him. He is now a take charge cat and LOVES my other three meezers and just plays with all of them. We adore him and are so blessed we were chosen as his mom and dad. Sandi and Ron

(Last update: Jan 30th, 2012 7am)

KLEO
WARNING! Don't drink too much on New Year's Eve or you might find your world turned upside down! Seriously, be careful out there! And when the party is over and you're ready for some serious Siamese companionship, give me a shout. I'm quite the character - very Siamese, very smart, very opinionated, very fun. And of course, very attractive, even if I am upside down.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Kleo
ID#: VA8190
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Blue
DateIn: 11/12/11
Adopted: 01/15/12
Congrats: Daniel
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

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Notes from Home
Kleo is doing very well. She is going to the vet tomorrow for her first check up. She does tend to throw up the hard food that came with her, so I have been feeding her the Weruva Chicken which she likes ( I will mention this to the vet. She has also started shewing on the tip of her tail which is odd. I will also bring this up. She is very vocal and I think she experiences a little separation anxiety while I am at work. All in all, she is doing well. She started playing with a little toy mouse I bought her and I am hoping I can get her to fetch it for me in the near future.

Dan

(Last update: Jan 29th, 2012 5pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Precious
ID#: VA7490
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
Date In: 01/04/11
Adopted: 01/29/11
Congrats: Jim
Foster: Jeanne

Foster Notes

This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
PRECIOUS
Wanted: Forever home for a cross eyed, declawed, vocal, outgoing, loving male seal with perfect litter box habits. Apply within.

Precious
Notes from Home
Precious and Little Egypt both went to the vet for annual checkups last week. L.E. has gained 2 and 1/2 pounds, weighing in at 12.5 . Precious has gained 1 pound, but is less sedentary than L.E.., something we will have to address by removing dry food instead of leaving the automatic feeder out. Both are healthy, otherwise, got their shots, had no worms etc. Precious tolerates L.E. L.E. is friendlier towards P. Of the two, Precious is more outgoing, however, when it comes to people though L.E. has made substantial progress, now being willing to sit in laps of people she trusts. That took a while, however, and we let her go at her own pace.
(Last update: Jan 29th, 2012 11am)

MAUI
Gentle souled wallflower type guy who is ready for spring - as soon as I get to my new home, I'm guaranteed to blossom into a loving, easy going, very affectionate flame guy. I was a stray for awhile and met some not-so-kind people, so I don't rush up to you and throw myself at your feet, but as soon as I know you're a kind person, we're good. The Center here is just a little overwhelming for me so I stay on the sidelines, but I don't mind the other kitties, I just don't want anyone too forward or rambunctious. I'm a big guy, love my brushing and petting, and do have to watch my figure just a bit!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Maui

(FKA Commander)

ID#: VA6751
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 12/02/09
Adopted: 01/29/10
Congrats: Claudia
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

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Notes from Home
Maui is doing great! He has really come out of his shell. Besides eating, his favorite past times are chasing after his toy mice, chasing his brother Romeo or getting attention from his best friend and future dad, Charlie. Periodically around 4 am, he crawls into bed with mom for a bit of chin scratching - sometimes he will even cuddle up to take a nap. Even though he is a bit mischevious, he is kind enough to allow his 17.5 year-old sister Hoku, to sleep in his bed and rule the roost. When not in attack-a-cat mode, Maui can often be found lounging on a curved scratch post in the sun.
(Last update: Jan 29th, 2012 11am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Zuzu

(FKA LuLu)

ID#: VA8272
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 12/24/11
Adopted: 01/14/12
Congrats: Marisa
Foster: Debi


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
ZUZU
I am a quiet gal that was found by a shelter & they found me a very nice temporary foster mom until my spot became open with Siamese Rescue. I was very loved and my temporary foster took special care of me & helped me overcome my initial shyness. Now I'm here with my new foster mom & I'm telling her about myself, but it takes me a little time to warm up, so just stay tuned for updates.

I don't mind other cats & I have spotted another new foster across the room that looks kinda cute, so maybe I could have a friend to come home with! His name is Yoshi.
I do not like dogs & small children scare me, so I hope you have a home that does not include dogs or small children because I am looking forward to spending quiet nights at home with you by the fireplace to keep us cozy & warm!

I am keeping my paws crossed that I will be your New Year's Resolution!!

Purrs,
LuLu

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Notes from Home
Hello! Just a quick note to let you know that LuLu has been renamed ZuZu. Since she arrived @ the center on Christmas Eve, and I love the Christmas movie "It's A Wonderful Life", she has adopted the name of one of the little girls in the movie.

On Monday, Jan. 23, 2012, ZuZu's 3rd and last med was administered by her vet @ the Animal Clinic of Bayonne. She was also given a quick checkup and her being microchipped was confirmed. ZuZu was a great patient & was highly complimented.

(Last update: Jan 28th, 2012 7pm)

PUCK
Utley, the fierce! Actually, I was just stretching.

Check out my new pictures! BTW, I am now a TV star. How cool am I?
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Puck

(FKA Utley)

ID#: VA6605
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 09/12/09
Adopted: 01/16/10
Congrats: Phoebe
Foster: Julie

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
Wow, what a year! First Mom forced me into a car and took me to this awful woman who kept poking and prodding me. And then, out of the clear blue, she stuck me with a needle! And I was being good! Then she said to Mom, “Well, he’s lost eight ounces.” I thought, okay, now this is clear. She’s going to explain to Mom that I’m moments from starvation and require a waterfall of treats. That will make this awful experience worth it. Then she says, “He needs to lose another pound, and then we’ll revisit.” What? What did she say? I must have heard her wrong because it sounded like I’m going to get FEWER treats. (Eds. note: That was last spring, and he’s getting slim! Slow but steady! Of course, it’s hard to tell because his belly is always close to dragging on the floor since his legs are only—) Hey! That’s enough of that topic.

Then there was the groomer. It was just awful. For a moment I thought I was free—I escaped, and I ran all over the office and knocked lots of papers and things onto the floor. But she caught me, and she took me into a back room and…brushed me! And cut my nails! Okay, granted, it doesn’t sound so bad when I put it like that. The next time, I sat in the waiting room with my head in Mom’s purse. I thought nobody could see me, but I think people were making fun of me. On the other hand, I came home during the holiday season with a red-and-green bow, and Mom just thought it was the cutest thing ever. So even though Mom had put me through this awful ordeal, I was super nice about it and let her take a picture. You’ll see it.

Then there was the snake. I tried and tried to tell her:

Me: There’s a snake in the basement.

Mom: What’s the matter, little boy? Are you hungry?

Me: Yes! I mean, yes, but I’m not in the kitchen, I’m in the basement. There’s a snake down here.

Mom: What are you doing down in the basement? You’re not having litter box issues, are you?

Me: THERE’S A SNAKE IN THE BASEMENT, RIGHT HERE BEHIND THE FURNACE.

Mom: Maybe I should take you to the vet.

Here I am, trying to defend the household, and Mom threatens to take me back to Evil Needle Lady. I tried to befriend the snake instead, but it turned out he couldn’t open the cat food (no opposable thumbs).

On the other hand, there are treats (but never enough). And mylar wand time (but never enough). And once in a while, when Mom has been very, very good, I get into bed and put a paw on either side of her neck and curl up behind her and purrrrrr (Eds. note: but never enough!). Oh, and during warm weather, we have Grand Adventures. Mom says I have to assure you that we have fully supervised walks in the back yard only, but it’s not true. I mean, yeah, Moxie and I let Mom tag along since she seems to want to, but we don’t need her. Because we are Fearsome Jungle Beasts. (Eds. note: Yes, there is a serious danger when Puck goes outside that the birds might laugh themselves silly and fall out of the tree.) Hey! You see the abuse I have to put up with? Anyway, you’ll see those photos, too.

Overall I guess we’re doing okay. But I have the ASPCA on speed dial, just in case!

(Last update: Jan 28th, 2012 6pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Abigail (Abbie)

(FKA Mimsy)

ID#: VA7897
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
Date In: 07/23/11
Adopted: 12/23/11
Congrats: Teresa
Foster: Emily

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
ABIGAIL (ABBIE)
Yay! We've found our furever home! We'll be there in time for the holidays.
Notes from Home
Abbie and Crosby are thriving. They love to play with their many toys and scratching posts. Such good babies! They love each other and keep each other company when I am at work. I feed them twice a day and they seem happy and content with that routine. "Also, they have adjusted very well to my routine. As soon as I turn off the lights at night the jump on my bed, groom each other, and go to sleep; until it is time to get up and play! I am so grateful for the love and care, Emily, the foster mother gave them while they were waiting for me. They make me want to come home every evening. My litte companions! I am uploading some pictures.
(Last update: Jan 28th, 2012 12pm)

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