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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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Brief story - owner passed away, neighbor took me in, neighbor moved, neighbor tossed me (and his other cats) outside and he drove away, nice lady and her teen son saved me, nice lady and teen son couldn't find other cats but they did contact Siamese Rescue to find me a forever home.
k...that's it - the end to the sad chapter in my life. Time to move on to the next wonderful loving chapter.
Foster Mary tells me the rest of my life is going to be absolutely wonderful and I will once again be a precious beloved family member.
Is that going to be your family?
Name: Jennifur

(FKA Jenni )

ID#: VA9743
Location:  New Hampshire
Sex: female
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 12/14/13
Adopted: 12/28/13
Congrats: M. Peter
Foster: Mary


Notes from Home
Hi everybody I have a new home and name, I am now Jennifur. I wanted to send you some pictures from my new home and to let you all know how happy I am still a little shy but enjoy exploring the house and mingling (but not snuggling) with the boy cats, I have even stop whacking Tony when he tries to eat my food (I share now). Todays pictures are of My Chair (that's right mine, mine, mine). I enjoy napping with my new Mom & Pops and they tell me I'm doing all the right things. -- More later as I have more Tales to Tell -- Ta-Ta for now, its time to explore.

Well, I've got those 3 stinky boy cats now in line and my new mom & pops have me roaming the house. I'm still not sure if I want to be snuggled but I will sit on pops lap. I like to be in the same room with my new family but I'm not quite sure I want to be picked up and held. Other wise pops says I have a good appetite, I don't make messes, and I'm cute as a button.

01/28/2014 - Well I have been here a month now, and have my new family wrapped around my paws. The boy cats and I are getting along but I haven't decided if I like the taste of their cat food yet. I have the run of the house, I follow my new pops around, and I event sleep next to his feet at night (I'm glad he washes them). He tells me that he is glad that I have started talking to him when I want his attention. Any how I will send you my next note in a month or so to let you know about how I'm doing.

02/14/2014 - Life is good, To help around the house I keep mom & pops mail warm by sitting on it in the basket Mom & Pops keep on the table. Tony, Shay, and Shadow are my best buds, and I even get along with the new female foster kitty Pops has. Pops gave me a little mouse toy that he says came from somebody he calls "crafters" that I like to run around with, drop, and then talk up a storm about having dropped it. Pops is so funny when he comes running to see what's wrong. I have even conned him into giving me pieces of simple grilled chicken (Hee,Hee). Yes life is good, but I don't like the white stuff that falls from the sky and makes my house colder since I don't know how to turn up the heat. Pops added two new pictures that I hope you enjoy.

I like it here, 3 cat trees, good food, two human servants to sleep with, and four other cats (one always a foster) to play with, As you can see I have my own padded seat to watch T.V. from.

Thank you aunt Mary, aunt Dorsey, and aunt Siri for helping me get home to Casa Kuck..

Jennifur continues to be a happy cat, She enjoys the company of her companions and has a perch on the top of the bedroom cat tree. She also has two close companions as shown in the picture and holds her own with my cat shadow (who she whacks every now and then when he try's to get up-close and personal.) Life is good at casa Kuck there are cats to play with, warm laps and cuddles.

(Last update: Dec 28th, 2016 7pm)

Name:   Sassy
ID#: VA8949
Location:  Kentucky
Sex: female
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
Date In: 11/28/12
Adopted: 12/21/12
Congrats: Carolyn
Foster: Jennifer

Foster Notes

Sassy? I think not! Classy? Yes!! That word describes me MUCH better! What is not to like about a friendly, seal girl who gets along with other cats and dogs?? Nothing that I can think of, and if you have an available lap and call my name, I will come running to sit with you! Let's snuggle up and enjoy the holiday season together........

Purrs and headbutts!


Classy Sassy............=^..^=

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Notes from Home
I love my kitties. They are very sweet. Such a cute family. Lucy died in 2012. It was a very sad day. Maxx screamed when he sniffed her, by he quickly fell in love with Sassy. They make a sweet couple. I feel very lucky to have them. They are truely angels.
(Last update: Dec 28th, 2016 6pm)

I am the SUPREME Siamese! I talk, I explore, I demand, I am opinionated. I need a very experienced owner who likes demanding, pushy broads :) What else can I say, I shouldn't have to, you know the type!
Name:   Persi
ID#: VA8987
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 12/18/12
Adopted: 12/28/12
Congrats: Elizabeth
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


Notes from Home
Just letting everyone know that Purrsi and I are doing great. I love her and am so happy we are a family. She seems happy to be here and loves following me around and purring up a storm. I've included a glamour shot I took of her lounging like a princess on the couch.

Wow, time flies! Purrsi is still doing great. She just had her check up and received a clean bill of health. My mother gave me an electric blanket for Christmas, specifically with Purrsi in mind. She loves it! There haven't been any major changes. We still live in the same apartment, no new pets, children, illness, etc.

(Last update: Dec 28th, 2016 10am)

Name:   Simba
ID#: VA10442
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Balinese
Date In: 11/02/14
Adopted: 12/28/14
Congrats: Stephen
Foster: Jeannie

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
I am a mild mannered gentleman with bunny soft fur. I LOVE laps, I LOVE to be brushed and I would LOVE to come and live with you!
Notes from Home
Simba is happy and healthy. He continues to surprise us by growing more comfortable month by month even after two years, overcoming whatever trauma he had in his past homes. For instance, just in the past two weeks for the first time he jumped directly into each of our laps on different occasions, where before he would only jump up beside us and put a head and shoulder into our laps. Also, while he had purred a tiny bit here and there, in the last 4 months he has started purring more regularly and loudly.

We are not big pet picture takers, but I have uploaded a few from the past 6 months.

(Last update: Dec 28th, 2016 9am)

Eyes like gems, bright and gorgeous. Chirpy purr to greet my humans. Coat soft and blue. All I need is you.

Good litterbox habits and no complaining. I'll need a new mom or dad who understands a bit of a diva....even though I'm not a sealie girl. Lots of time for me is what's most important. Check me out.
Name:   Topaz
ID#: VA4495
Location:  Delaware
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 09/30/06
Adopted: 02/10/07
Deceased: 12/24/16
Congrats: Marybeth
Foster: Diane

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 will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat


Notes from Home
Topaz had surgery for mammary gland cancer in 2013. She lived longer than predicted and died peacefully on Christmas Eve 2016.
(Last update: Dec 28th, 2016 7am)

Name: Lady Guinevere

(FKA Kandy)

ID#: VA9637
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 16 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
Date In: 10/26/13
Adopted: 12/27/13
Congrats: Roger
Foster: Teresa

Foster Notes


I really want to go home. Forget waiting till Christmas--yesterday wouldn't be soon enough. I'm around the other cats here but quite frankly I can deal with one or two but not a few. I'm a little sweetheart...okay more apple than little but still the sweetest. I love to sleep undercover and I am an accomplished catnipper. Don' t let my age scare you---its like 60 in people years and we know that's not geriatric. I have an endearing chatter and not a scream. So if you got lap....please ask about me!

Purrs, Kandy

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Notes from Home

Lady Gwen is doing fine now. Earlier this year she had a problem that was diagnosed as a hyper active Thyroid that was found in her blood work. Medication was initially tried that controlled the Thyroid, but elevated her Liver enzemes from under 100 to 365. The medication was immediately stopped followed by another blood work in two weeks. This found the Live counts to be normal, but the Thyroid had accelerated. At this juncture there were two options, 1. a single dose of radiation at a cost of $1,800 dollars, which had a side effect of potential kidney damage because Gwen is now 17 years old, so we opted not to do that. The second option was a Hill's Thyroid program of wet and dry food. Since the Thyroid requires iodine to function and in Gwen's case very accelerated, the Hill's food is 99% iodine free. Pleased to report that following being on the Hill's program for six weeks, blood work was completed on 12/15/19 the Thyroid is at 2.4 (0 to 4 is good per the Vet), liver counts and everything else is back to a normal safe range. The Vet said that he will see Gwen in six months and see how she is going. Because of the Hyper Thyroid, Gwen's system was going 90 miles an hour, she was using up her body. Because of this she dropped from 9 lbs. to 7 lbs. With the Hill's food we are feeding her wet food 3 x's / day, with the bulk dry food available 24/7 which she snacks on. To date Gwen's weight is up to 7 1/4 lbs., still pretty light, but she is no longer losing weight. So we will keep spoiling her in hopes increasing her

Gwen remains to be a very good cat, spoiled, but very good. She gets me up every morning about 6 AM sitting outside out bedroom door letting me know that if is time to be fed. This works out great because following her feeding I do 1 1/2 hours of physical therapy because of my Military Disability, so it works for both of us. About 7 - 7:30 Gwen comes to inform me that it is time for her to spend some quality time with her Mom. All I hear is a couple of Meows, then it is quite as Gwen has curled up in a ball next to her Mom, so all is right with the world.

Best regards

Jan & Roger Hornick

Kandy's name was changed to Guinevere and noted on Petlink.

Everything is progressing fine, Guinevere, "Gwen" is adjusting very well. The early morning call to breakfast at 5 AM is slowly tranisitioning to about 6-6:30 which works out very well. We think the poor cat was just hungry as since we provide a small portion of wet food at 10 PM she sleeps through the night. Gwen has a good appeitite eating the "Blue Non-Grain" dry food as well. All litter box functions are normal.

We purchased a large Cat Tree before we brought Gwen home. We are pleased ot say that she is now using the Cat Tree. The unit has a cat house on the second level and last evening for the first time Gwen went into the cat house. Previously she would lay on top of it.

It has been an adjsutment period for all of us, but things are progressing fine.


Interesting that it is two years almost to the day that we welcomed Gwen (previously Kandy) into our home. At age 16 Gwen is in control of our household as all cat owners expect, ha! ha!. Gwen has been into see Dr. Romero for her annual checks and is doing fine.

Last summer we had a problem with an inner ear infection which took a while to clear up. Gwen started flicking her right ear, then scratching it. Taking her to Dr. Romero, Gwen actually had an allergic reaction to a pharmaceutical ear flush that was used. Dr. Romero quickly flushed it with a betadine ear wash solution that provided relief with follow up checks twice a week. It took about a month, but Gwen returned to her normal routine. Needless to say Gwen had our household and Dr. Romero's office sitting on the edge of our chairs during that time.

Gwen remains to be my morning alarm clock. Still unsure how she does it, but she starts to alert me that it is time to get up about 5:45 with gentle meowing. At it gets closer to 6 AM she gets closer to the bedroom door (she does not sleep with us) and the meowing becomes much louder. If I am not up by 6:15 her mouth is at the gap at the bottom of the bedroom door with a little extra vocal, just in case I had not previously heard her. Then it is definitely time to get up and prepare breakfast for Gwen. We are pleased that Gwen has gotten past the 4:30 revelry that she did when
we first brought her home.

Gwen is our fifth Siamese since 1970 and she is a sweetheart. She is a social cat that loves family time when we are watching TV in the evening. About 8:30 Gwen comes out from one of her many hideaways and jumps up on Jan's lap. This is fine until her body heat rises, then she gets up on the end table between our two chairs, then it is a scramble to get out water bottles off rapidly as this turns into her space. Gwen will face me for a while to get her ear scratches, etc., take a short nap, then gets up and turns around then faces Jan for a while. This is followed by a short session back on Jan's lap then back to the end table when she gets hot. She has a thick coat which should be brushed a couple of times a week. Having recently had a knee replacement the brushing with the Furminator has not been performed on a regular basis. So the next thing to reduce the coat is
to take her to the Pet shop for a bath and brush. We have done this on several occasions and much to everyone's surprise Gwen sits and takes a bath & brush like a dog, with no growling, hissing, scratching. The gal who does the bathing says Gwen is better than the dogs that she bathes, go figure as cats and water usually do not mix.

I forget what the age ratio is for cats (dogs I heard is 1-7), if cats are the same, Gwen at 16 is equivalent to being 112 years old. For being an older feline she is very agile and fleet afoot as I have seen her do a vertical jump of 2-3 feet, flick her tail, then lay down and take a nap. I just at 112 if I jumped 2-3 feet straight up, I would probably need a nap also, ha! ha!.

In closing, sorry I do not have any photo's, but Gwen is not a shutter bug. Should this happen, will definitely post them, however she looks the same as when we brought her home from Teresa's house two years ago.

Jan and I would again like to thank the Siamese Rescue and especially Diana and Teresa who made all of this happen making Gwen part of our life. Thank you so much for everything.

Best regards

Jan & Roger

(Last update: Dec 27th, 2016 11am)

I have finished all of my vetting and doing great. I am outgoing/playful and affectionate. I love to be petted and held and cuddled. Great lap kitty. Get along good with other cats and dogs. Jubilee
Name:   Jubilee
ID#: VA11736
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 10/08/16
Adopted: 11/12/16
Congrats: Kim
Foster: Kay


Notes from Home
Jubilee has settled in with her new family so well! It's like she's always been a part of us. She's a beautiful girl and we are so very attached to her already. Thanks so much for taking care of her and helping us to find her! We love her dearly.
(Last update: Dec 26th, 2016 4pm)

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Name:   Luigi
ID#: VA8201
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 11/19/11
Adopted: 12/26/11
Congrats: Emily
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
If you want me to tell you all about me, then watch my video! I'm a chirper and a talker, a lap sitter and a gentle ben type cat! I prefer quiet over chaotic but am very easy going with other cats, and great with people, best with older kids or adults. If you are the apple head type Siamese lover, you're going to love me!
Notes from Home
September 9th, 2012
It's been about 9 months now and Luigi has settled in so well. He is such a lovebug and bundle of energy and we love him so much. We were told at the rescue that he didn't really like toys or use them much but within 2 days of being home, he was already a play machine and we've had a tough time keeping up with him. He is definitely a vocal little guy and is very gentle and sweet. He sleeps with us on the bed every night and wakes us up in the morning by laying on our chests and giving us headbutts. We had a hard time finding a scratching post that he liked better than the couch but then we found one that he LOVES. We love it as well since he doesn't even think twice about the furniture anymore. I can't recommend it enough (http://www.purrfectpost.com/). He has been to the vets twice with constipation issues but we finally have him on a great diet that keeps him regular. Within about 4 months of being home, his coat changed and got significantly darker but he's still the playful, loving little monster he has been since day one. Thank you so much, Siri and Deb, for helping us find such a great and fun little guy to share our lives with!

Emily and Ben

(Last update: Dec 26th, 2016 2pm)

Beautiful blue point that is a friendly gal!!

We are checking to see her other likes now.
Name: Mia

(FKA Sweet Judy Blue Eyes)

ID#: VA11407
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 04/07/16
Adopted: 06/19/16
Congrats: Dania
Foster: Huey

This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat


Notes from Home
Mia has been such a wonderful addition to our family. We were so perfectly matched. She loves to play, especially chasing her string so she feels like she's earned her dinner (and she has caught a few mice in the house!). She's playful but not restless. She also loves a warm spot. She's never far from my feet whether it's in bed, on the couch or while I'm working from home. Admittedly, she's a little shy but she has her safe place when strangers come by. And she'll come when called especially since she knows I'll give her a treat (even if there is a child in the vicinity).
(Last update: Dec 24th, 2016 10am)

Name: Cosmos

(FKA Cosmos Charlie)

ID#: VA6711
Location:  Georgia
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 11/04/09
Adopted: 12/22/09
Congrats: Cyndy
Foster: Jo

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
Ohhhhh don't stop rubbing my belly .. I luv it, I luv it, I LUV it.... Ohhhh give me rubs, purrrrr purrrr purrrr! Ohhhh can I get closer purrr purrr purrrr.
Notes from Home
Cosmo is doing really well. He is the love of my life. He is such a nut, he still loves his crocheted snake that he came with and brings it to me in the bathtub every night. He is so proud of it and himself. He loves to sit on the edge of my tub and usually ends up getting his paws wet and his tail. He loves to get in my tub and sit there.
He has a lazer pointer and he is obsessed with this, every night before bed we have to play with it and before I spend my quiet time in the morning he has to have his play time. He still has his house that he came with and loves to get inside and go after the light when I shine it on his house he jumps all over my room in the house. Such a nut.
I have to say I think he is the best cat I have ever had. I am so grateful to have found him. Attached are some pictures of him.

(Last update: Dec 22nd, 2016 5pm)

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