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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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MEESHA
Petite, young and gorgeous, I'm nervous about other cats - my first home didn't work out because that big handsome teddy bear of a meezer was just too forward for me. I'm very interactive, affectionate and loving, loyal, curious and Siamese, much smarter than your average blue (sorry all!) and superbly fit. I'd love to be home by the holidays, so get in line quickly! Older kids are fine, just no young wildsters!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Meesha

(FKA Meezy)

ID#: VA7420
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 11/20/10
Adopted: 11/27/10
Deceased: 11/28/15
Congrats: Shannan
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
Meezy who is now Meesha is doing well. She has really warmed up to us. She is very friendly. A great addition to the family. She also made out good at her visit to the vet. She even let the vet cut her nails. I will be uploading some picttures in a few days.
(Last update: Dec 12th, 2010 9pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Bob Ross
ID#: VA6739
Location:  Indiana
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Blue
Date In: 11/25/09
Adopted: 12/11/09
Congrats: Jolie
Foster: Patricia


This cat will not tolerate being with a male cat. Usually this is a male cat.Not with Male Cats
BOB ROSS
My name is Bob Ross and I'm here because of the economy. I'm not sure what that means, but I don't like it! I've just arrived and missing my home but this Meezer Castle isn't too bad. I brought my own cat tree, litter box and toys. I've already been head butting and purring for my foster mom but would really like my own home soon. Please ask about me!
Purrs and kisses
Bob Ross
11/30/09 I've been here one week and I really am trying to be the most perfect boy ever! Foster Mom says that I am as sweet as I am handsome. Would you want a sweet boy?
Notes from Home
I am happy to announce that Bob Ross has been the most lovable and happy cat I ever had. My husband and I have decided to keep his name. I have had cats before but this guy is the most friendly and easy going fella. He is my best buddy and now I am never lonely when my hubby isn't home Bob and I have had a wonderful past month and plan to have many more He's my little baby I can't imagine life without him.
I am trying to upload some photos but for some reason It won't let me

(Last update: Dec 11th, 2010 10pm)

GORGEOUS GEORGE
Hi, Are you looking for a cat that gets along great with other cats, dogs and children?? Well, I love everyone so much that I am fully integrated here at foster mom's house now and she can attest to what a great sociable guy I have become! I have come out of my shell here and am always asking for petting and following foster mom around, too! Sweet and soft with short siamese fur, I may be good for someone with light allergies. I'm such a nice guy, won't you please consider giving me a home?
Purrs,
George
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Gorgeous George
ID#: VA4078
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 03/30/06
Adopted: 12/02/06
Deceased: 11/01/13
Congrats: Andra
Foster: Jen (Knoxville)



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Notes from Home
Hi all - I have been with my family for three years this month. It was a tough road getting to this point, but things are wonderful for me now. When I arrived, the resident calico cat Hope decided that she didn’t want to share her space with me and I hid for months! I did come out for food and to use the litter box, but my family and I persevered. A few months later Jasmine (VA5148, a Blue Point) joined the family – she is a cutie, I might add! She took me aside and explained to me I was being silly and I should show the world what a nice fellow I am. So…ever since that time things have been good! I will always be a bit wary of the humans, but my family respects my personality and says that I am sweet and gentle, and deserving of my space. I even enjoy an occasional “scritching” and can purr and knead with the best of them! And, as my given name implies, they say I am still “Gorgeous” too! I totally enjoy spending time out on the screened porch watching the birds, squirrels, and wildlife in the backyard, and soaking in the sunshine. And, can you believe that Hope and I have become the best of friends! A couple of months ago my family added another member to the family – Mahalo (VA6540, a Flame Point). He is just a youngster and we all have had our work cut out for us trying to teach him how to be a part of our family. He is fun to run and wrestle with – although he tends to play a bit rough. He’s a bit of a rascal, too! But, we are straightening him out, slowly but surely!

Life is good now and I am loved – what more could one ask for?

Thanks again to all involved in finding my forever home. George

12/11/10
Four-year anniversary! Wow!

Just a note to let all know that everything is going well here. We are still one big happy family and living the good life. George

(Last update: Dec 11th, 2010 9pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Mei Du
ID#: VA7351
Location:  Connecticut
Sex: male
Current Age: 15 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 10/16/10
Adopted: 11/04/10
Congrats: Karen
Foster: Paula


MEI DU
I just lost the only home I knew and I was pretty sad for a while - but I've been hearing about a forever home and now I'm all purry and ready to try that out.
Notes from Home
MeiDu has been renamed to Tequila. He is very timid and most of the time prefers to hide under a blanket thrown over a chair. Everyday is a baby step foward, but today after 1 month, he jumped in my lap every time I tried to use my computer to be petted and cuddled. It's a big step foward for him. MaiTai is his anchor right now and forces him to come out and play. Everyday he gets a little more trusting and a little less anxious. He even comes when I call to him if no one else is home. I've included a couple of photos, but not the most relaxed because it's then we don't like to disturb him.
(Last update: Dec 4th, 2010 6pm)

FRANCESCA AKA FRANKIE
A spitfire in a six pound suit! I'm full of myself, outgoing, confident, busy, talking, checking everything out, and telling everyone to make room for Princess ME! After all, I'm young, I'm cute, and the world is my oyster, or banana, as the case may be, and I'm ready to rule the roost! 6 pounds of love, pizazz, determination, opinion and FEMALE MEEZER coming your way! WAHOOOOOOO - Girls Just Want To Have FUNNNNNNN!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Francesca aka Frankie

(FKA Krystal Star)

ID#: VA7377
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
DateIn: 10/30/10
Adopted: 11/18/10
Congrats: Nanci
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
We've renamed Krystal Start to Francesca and/or Frankie Blue Eyes. As expected from a female siamese, she only responds when she wants to regardless of what we call her. Her favorite human is the one feeding her in the morning and again at night. The rest of the time, she's Daddy's girl! A really big personality in a very small package, and when given a choice prefers men to women (she snuggles with Daddy at night)! She's been a very good girl. We picked her up near Culpeper, VA and transported her to Leesburg, FL in a cat carrier. Make that a 16 hour transport. She was a superb traveler. She chatted with us a bit, but mostly slept. Upon arrival, I placed her in our guest bathroom with a litter box, food, water and toys. I opened her carrier and it was EXACTLY as SIri said it would be. She came out of her carrier, inspected her surroundings, ate some, drank some, voided (both) and began to play with her toys. What a trooper! If you'd have put me in a box for 16 hours I'd have had a lot more to say afterwards and it wouldn't have been nice. She spent the night without incident and awoke ready and willing to investigate the rest of the house. We unpacked many boxes and she helped with most of them!

As for behaviors, we've squirted her with a squirt bottle a few times near the exit doors to discourage her from rushing them. We've clipped her back nails without incident, and have some pennies in a can which we rattle when she does something she shouldn't. She doesn't get on the counters or the kitchen table when we are present, however, when we're not at home, we find paw prints on the glass top table afterward. I've placed aluminum foil sheets on the table when we leave to discourage her from walking on the table. Still working on this. Only one bad behavior - she bites the toilet paper roll and does some shredding, but not in our presence.

Overall, a wonderful pet and companion. We adore her. Thank you!

(Last update: Dec 2nd, 2010 8pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Cricket
ID#: VA4560
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
Date In: 10/26/06
Adopted: 12/02/06
Congrats: Susie
Foster: Williene


CRICKET
I'm quick as a cricket. At least that is what my photographer thinks. I'm also a tortie toes. That means I look almost all seal, but for a few speckles on my face and a few tiny white toes. I' am lucky enough to have the famous tortie attitude! I am the princess here and everyone may as well accept it. This is my first time away from mom, so maybe my "tortitude" act will fool everyone.
Purrs and demands,
Cricket

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Notes from Home
Cricket now known as Sammi is our little princess as we are definitely "her subjects". She is in charge and does as she pleases. She loves to help me answer emails, do laundry and take a bath. She is also the guard kitty and growls when a stranger pulls up to our home. She is a total joy to have in our home and we just love her immensely.
(Last update: Dec 2nd, 2010 6pm)

YAGO
Just arrived. More information soon.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: YAGO

(FKA Iago)

ID#: VA5987
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 11/08/08
Adopted: 11/23/08
Deceased: 11/01/14
Congrats: Nancy
Foster: Siri



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Notes from Home
Yago walked out of the cage at the Virginia Center and into our hearts. He is a wonderful, loving addition to our family. In the winter he loves to nap on top of the warm dryer in his Millie bed....summertime finds him lounging in the sun on the screen in porch. We think he's great. Thank you Siamese Rescue !
(Last update: Nov 30th, 2010 5pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Kingston

(FKA Kingston)

ID#: VA6857
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 02/20/10
Adopted: 11/13/10
Congrats: Deidre
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
KINGSTON
I hope I have your attention now -

I am a 16 pound tub of loving, playful, catnip-enhanced mega-Meezer. I follow you everywhere, because I want love, and okay, maybe some kibbles. I stare adoringly into your eyes, stand on my feet to headbump your hands, race up and down the stairs with you (okay, yeah, no wise comments on how THAT's not helping my figure), and leap and play with the feather wand. I'd be fine with another cat, preferably a very playful female one (kitten?) and would adore it if there were older children who wanted to keep me racing and chasing as that would help keep me fit and trim. If you're looking for an outgoing, ever-involved, interactive and involved Meezer Man (think small dog), then I'm your man. An only cat, or a playful female, and I'd be in heaven! (I do LOVE those young ladies!)

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Notes from Home
11-14-10
Hi Everyone, on behalf of my family and myself I wanted to thank all of you. This rescue organization is absolutely wonderful. The love, care, and concern for the kitties is like nothing I've ever seen before. We thank you as does Kingston for his goody bag and toys from Aunt Siri. Aside from that, you'll all be happy to know that Kingston is doing great. He walked right out of the carrier and made himself at home. He is absolutely beautiful. I think we've all fallen in love with him. He's been called Kingston for so long, we've decided not to change his name.

Until Next Time,

Deidre'



Brief Update: 11-27-10

Happy belated Thanksgiving to everyone. Kingston is doing well. During meal preparation for the Thanksgiving dinner I was draining / transferring pasta and spilled a few elbows on the floor...they were gone in an instant. I've never seen a cat who likes pasta, without anything on it. He also got to some of the turkey which was intentionally added to his dish.

Regards,

Deidre'

(Last update: Nov 27th, 2010 6pm)

MINGUS
Mr. Sheva has finally gotten over the nasty cold that he had. He got a pretty significant "fever mask" from his ordeal, but in a few weeks no one will ever know as all that "gray" fur will be gone and he'll be as handsome as ever. If you want a cat that LOVES everything in sight, including his food bowl - be sure to ask forster mom about that, this is YOUR boy. He is one of the happiest, kneadingest and headbuttingest boys EVER. He just LOVES to give love and also LOVES to get it back. Be sure to ask about Mr. Sheva

Well, foster mom says that I can finally put up a picture of me. Remember, I got very sick at the shelter and have been under the weather and had a fever and the "yucks". I am doing SO much better, but I managed to get a fever mask and my eyes are still pretty red, but overall I'm doing so much better. Through it all, I've been such a WONDERFUL boy. I headbutt everyone and everything in sight, love to be held and cuddled (I even liked it when Mama Katie force fed me - it felt so good to be in her arms). My first gallery picture shows me at the shelter right before I got sick, so you can see what my face looed like before the runniy, red eyes and the fever coat. Give me a couple more weeks and I'll look just like that again. If you want a very loving, biscuit making, headbutting, laid back boy, be sure to "ask about me". I am reallya find!! Purrs and lots and LOTS of headbutts. Mr. Sheva.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Mingus

(FKA Mr. Sheva)

ID#: VA7254
Location:  Indiana
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 09/02/10
Adopted: 10/24/10
Congrats: Catherine
Foster: Katie

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
Mingus is having a fabulous time in his new home! He spends most of his days chasing his older brother Vinny. He is about two pounds heavier than his big brother and delights in pinning him. However, Vinny is agile enough to require a good chase. Mingus loves to entertain visitors, once you coax him out from under the bed. Having the reassurance that visitors are there to give him snuggles, he mingles like a playboy, gathering the affections of everyone in the apartment. These two are an absolute stitch to watch!
(Last update: Nov 24th, 2010 6pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   McGuyver
ID#: VA5475
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 01/13/08
Adopted: 02/17/08
Congrats: Connie
Foster: Kay


This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
MCGUYVER
I am settling into my new foster home. I am an easy guy so far. I am ready to get out but not sure if I like roommates or not. Right now I have one and he keeps sitting and watching me and talking a lot. So far I am just giving him hisses in hopes that he understands I don't want to be his friend. At least not yet.
McGuyver.

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Notes from Home
Hello! This is McGuyver and I just wanted to take a moment to wish everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. I'm very thankful to have found my loving forever home and I know my family is also very happy to have a cute and (ahem) well-behaved (ahem) kitty such as myself in their lives. =)

Meowmy's promised me something extra special for the big day and I can't wait! I've overhead that I'm getting a big heaping bowl of shredded chicken breast meat in a delicate sauce, followed by a generous helping of chicken-flavored Temptations treats. Yummy! Of course, the usual food around here isn't too shabby the rest of the year, which may explain why my tummy is starting to resemble grandpaw's... I love how he heats up all of my meals during the winter months because he's worried the cold will shock my sensitive Siamese teeth. We "well-rounded" males need to stick together, especially since Meowmy and Grandmeowm are always going on and on about the importance of both cats and humans exercising and maintaining a healthy weight. Thankfully, Dr. Amy says that I am a very healthy kitty overall (except for those stereotypical Siamese teeth) and that I can continue to eat my usual amount for now. I'll be seeing her again in January for my annual checkup so wish me luck in distracting her from any diet-related talk with my adorable freckles (which everyone loves!), beautiful "puppy dog" blue eyes, and baby-soft meows. There's nothing wrong with using one's undeniably good looks to advantage, right? ;) Meowmy thinks that I may be a TAD vain so let's change that to "reasonably good looking"...

So what does a gorgeous...I mean, "reasonably good looking", cat such as myself spend my days doing? Well, it's not all fun and games, let me tell you! I get up at the crack of dawn each morning, then patiently bird watch or snoop on neighbors until someone's alarm goes off, which means that it's time for breakfast. Being the generous feline that I am, I allow one (and only ONE) press of the snooze button before I hop onto sleeping bodies and start meowing loudly into faces. That usually does the trick, but on the rare occasion, I've had to resort to batting at ticklish feet hiding under the covers or hanging from the curtains until the rod starts to break. They must like it when I do those things because it gets them up and out of bed in a jiffy and rushing to make my meal.

After the ladies head off to work, tis just me and grandpaw, and together we are the "Buddha belly buddies". =) When he tries to read the newspaper, I lay across the pages to prevent him from getting eyestrain. It's much healthier for his eyes to be looking at a "reasonably good looking" kitty rather than tiny little text anyways. Grandpaw's belly has a tendency to get chilled in the winter when he watches TV so I make the ultimate sacrifice and take cat naps on it during the afternoons. The purring sounds I make are purely to soothe him in case he sees something scary on the TV screen, whereas the biscuit-making motions are to reassure him that everything is fine. I don't know what grandpaw did before I came almost three years ago... he must have been a mess!

After my catnap and noontime meal, I'm usually energized enough to start on my "protection" duties, which include frequently checking the perimeter of the house to ensure that there are no intruders, human or otherwise. Those evil chirping birds are a constant threat, and the squirrels are not to be trusted. Meowmy is scared of creepy crawlies and I'm proud to say that I've tracked and/or caught my fair share of bees, wasps, beetles, spiders, centipedes, and mosquitoes in my day. She's not sure how they got into the house but she's always more than happy that I've alerted her to their presence. That's her cue to run and find someone to get rid of the intruders. Afterward, Meowmy breaks out the baby talk and starts gushing about how smart and brave and gorgeous I am. I pretend that such compliments are beneath a warrior such as myself but secretly I love them. If you tell anyone my secret, though, then I'm going to find you and bop you upside the head, which is something else that I'm fond of doing. ;)

After another catnap (or two or three), it's usually time for Meowmy and grandmeowm to come home. Being the dutiful son/grandson that I am, I sit by the door when I hear the key in the lock and welcome each of them home with some headbutting love. And then it's dinnertime, followed by playtime or another much deserved nap. Protecting my family from killer birds and bugs is an exhausting and never-ending job and I need my beauty sleep to preserve my "reasonably good looks".

Meowmy swears that I have an internal clock because a few minutes before midnight every night, I become a headbutting fool and start loving on everyone in sight because it's time for my midnight snack. Good thing everyone is usually a night owl so I don't have to shake them from their beds for a decent meal. The few times they've gone to bed early, I've had to break out my arsenal of attention-getting tools. I'm not ashamed to admit that I've resorted to meowing non-stop at the top of my lungs, scratching loudly on upholstered chairs and/or carpets, and jumping up on "forbidden" tables and countertops in order to get my beloved food. A cat's got to do what a cat's got to do...

After I've been fed, it's finally time to call it a night and head to bed. Meowmy recently bought a down comforter, which I HATE, because my cute little feet sink down and get caught as I'm walking around. It feels like I'm immersed in quick sand! Thankfully, Meowmy saw the error of her ways and purchased a wonderfully soft blanket to put on top of the evil down blanket, and now I can sleep in peace. I'm a "top of the blanket" sleeper, don't you know. After she settles in, I make my famous biscuits, start up my purring motor to lull Meowmy to sleep, then find the perfect spot atop Meowmy's legs to curl up and snuggle in for the night. She then kisses the top of my cute little head, grabs a corner of the blanket, and tucks me in warmth and softness. Ahh, pure bliss! And thus ends another busy day in the life of McGuyver, the "reasonably good looking" cat from Chicago.

I hope you've enjoyed this update because my paws are rather tired now from all the typing and I need another nap or two to restore my strength. And it's getting close to dinnertime so I better go remind grandpaw to start heating up my grub. Before I leave, though, I wanted to say "Thank You" again to everyone at Siamese Rescue for helping me and my family to find one another. Now I gotta run before my dinner gets cold... Love, McGuyver =)

P.S. Meowmy is still working on getting some nice headshots of me to share with everyone. She says that my pictures don't do me justice but maybe I can convince her to post some "reasonably good looking" ones... Bye!

(Last update: Nov 23rd, 2010 8pm)

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