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Oh come on, you know the old saying that girls just want to have fun! Really, it is all in fun. Sure, I'm a little diva-ish but I'm a gorgeous smarty-pants Siamese, after all! I'm young and vivacious, energetic and fun loving, mischievous and impish, and a superb companion one on one! I promise to keep you on toes and to keep things a hopping! (Are you KIDDING ME - YOU'RE GIVING ME A COMPLEX HERE THAT I HAVEN'T BEEN ADOPTED YET!)
Name:   Fiorella
ID#: VA7244
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 08/27/10
Adopted: 03/27/11
Congrats: Gail
Foster: Mama Rosa

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
Fiorella has fit right in and is enjoying her new life. We love every bit of her!
(Last update: Apr 18th, 2011 4pm)

Name:   Kitzie
ID#: VA7056
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Blue
Date In: 06/13/10
Adopted: 07/18/10
Deceased: 04/10/11
Congrats: Christine
Foster: Melanie (Knoxville)

Beautiful, friendly lap sitter who loves attention and needs a home where I can get LOTS of it. I'll be the apple of your eye and bring you lots of smiles. Let's chat today!
Notes from Home
It's now been a little over four months since Kitzie came to brighten our lives. She is a perfect fit for our family and made that clear from day one. She still loves head butting, chats occasionally with us in her meezer-way, but also tends to drool when really happy and gives love nibbles when particularly satisfied with a petting session.

Health update: About a week and a half ago, we noticed her starting to limp ever-so-slightly...within one day it had worsened to the point where she would not put any weight on it at all and so after concluding there was nothing we could see that was obvious (splinter, etc) we took her to our vet. After her exam and a series of X-rays, we received some disturbing news. She had a complete fracture and major degradation of her arm and the scapula. The fracture happened as a result of jumping down from furniture to the best of our and the vet's guessing. The vets (the whole team) felt it was not repairable due to the severity, location, and damage. We made an incredibly difficult decision based on the vets' recommendations to amputate, which occurred last week. She was put on antibiotics and steroids, and baseline X-Rays were conducted at the initial visit to assess any changes in her lungs, as the likelihood was cancer, and the most common place for malignancy is the lungs. This was all very devastating to us-Kitzie is the newest member of our family, we adore her, and we anticipated many many years of happiness with and a wonderful quality of life for her.

We received the pathology report today and it's is apparently and blessedly not cancer, though the vet assured us that the decision to remove Kitzie's arm was very much the right decision, as the bone was necrotic and would not have been able to be repaired; and would have made her quite ill. The vet is asking the pathologist to run the tests one more time but we are keeping our fingers crossed...

And Kitzie? She's adjusting beautifully to her new status as three-legged-companion. She's feisty about her medications but otherwise such a sweet and gentle soul...She's really gone back to her routine, insisting on food and litter box placement as before with her schedule back to the way it was pre-surgery. Stitches come out next Monday and we will hopefully, be back to "normal" or...our new normal. We are to follow up with X-Rays in 3-6 months on her lungs (I'm pushing for 3 just to be safe) and continue onward...this bump in the road was certainly not expected or one we would have wished for Kitzie, but she's completely worth every bit of our efforts to give her a happy, healthy life.

Thanks again so much to the whole team for helping us through the first leg of our journey!
~The Lee family

Dear friends,
Since Kitzie's stitches came out and she recovered from the surgery, life had pretty much gotten back to normal. Her fur had completely grown back in and she was gorgeous as ever. She was happy and active and a fully participating member of our family, well-loved and loving. About two weeks ago, she started losing weight extremely rapidly. As her health declined, her spirit never wavered. She continued to eat, although much less, purr with as much enthusiasm as she could muster, and even give the occasional, much-welcomed head butt. Mobility became more and more difficult for Kitzie. She became lost and would often try and wedge herself into places she barely fit and could not get out of. She kitty-paced off and on all night. On Saturday, she was disoriented and restless. I laid her on my chest and let her sleep for about an hour. I talked to her and pet her gently and she purred softly. I then made the extremely difficult decision to help her to the Rainbow Bridge. Kitzie was put to sleep in a loving environment at the emergency animal clinic and I looked into her eyes, told her how much I love her, and pet her while she crossed over. She never moved-she was just finally at peace.
Later, when I told my daughter, she said "don't worry mama, she went to heaven and can play with (our previous cat) now. It's going to be ok, mama." Kitzie can now run on all four legs, can "mash potatoes" again (she lost that ability when she lost her leg) and feels so much better over all. She was a delight to my family and me-truly the sweetest cat I've had the honor to serve. She was an angel. Though her time with us was all too brief, she is and will always be missed. We love you, Kitzie.

Much gratitude goes out to our vets here in Memphis, who served Kitzie and our family with so much kindness and the wonderful team at Siamese Rescue-it has been a wonderful journey with a wonderful team.
Kitzie went to the Rainbow Bridge on 4/16/2011

(Last update: Apr 17th, 2011 7pm)

Special Agent Z-Man here.

After living the good life indoors the past several weeks this agent is ready to retire! Life on the road was hard - that storm and tornado last night reminded me just how dangerous things can be out in the field! So, I have decided by spying days are over. Want to know why? Well......

* I have plenty of food and water at my disposal 24/7:)
* I have my own bed and boy is it soft!
* There is CHICKEN here:)
* I have discovered that I like a climate controlled environment - not to hot, not too cold, and
ALWAYS dry:)
* There is music and TV for my entertainment pleasure!
* Catnip, catnip, and more catnip!!!!
* Did I mention there is CHICKEN here???
* A multitude of comfy spots to relax in during the day!
* Time and places to relax without looking over my shoulder every second.
* It is safe inside and I like being safe.
* There are people to converse with.
* And in case I forgot to mention it, there is CHICKEN here!!!!! I just LOVE CHICKEN:)

Do you have a place like this too? Want some company and good conversation? Have some CHICKEN???? I am on my way - just ask about Special Agent Z-Man - Retired!!!

Name: Kirby

(FKA Z-Man)

ID#: VA7123
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 07/09/10
Adopted: 08/22/10
Congrats: Deirdre
Foster: Christine

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


Notes from Home
It's taken awhile, but Kirby has settled well into his forever home. The major obstacle? Chester, the almost-18-year-old resident kitty, decided that we didn't actually need a new kitty and did everything is his power to get rid of Kirby. And while Chester was the aggressor, he was the one who ended up with the war wounds (including a Sunday afternoon at the emergency vet with a hurt paw that required bandaging for a week and one of those annoying collars designed to keep one's mouth away from one's paw!). It was a tense few months until the boys underwent immersion therapy -- a 10-day visit to Grandma's over Christmas break, where the boys spent a lot of time in close quarters with three other cats and a dog. When they got home, miraculously the aggression and fighting went away. With the exception of a skirmish now and again, the boys have accepted each other.

Kirby is a great cat. He's independant, but has definitely bonded with me. While not very affectionate, he loves to have his head kissed and will sometimes return the favor. Initially, he couldn't take much attention (playing or affection) without growling or nipping (due to nervousness or being over-excited); this hasn't gone away totally, but he enjoys attention for longer sessions before getting antsy. We continue to work on this.

Kirby loooooves to eat and has probably gained a little too much weight. He is also quite goofy in his mannerisms and makes me laugh all the time. At first, he was afraid of all toys except the feather wand he arrived with; now he loves catnip pillows and chases them all over the place. Kirby isn't afraid of any of the people he's met and gets along with the other cats in the extended family (just not fond of my sister's dog). We visit my family at least once a month and he's an easy traveler, goes right into the carrier, purrs in the car and makes himself at home wherever we go.

All-in-all, he's an easy-going, lovable guy -- a gentle giant. I'm glad he's come into my life and I think he feels the same!

(Last update: Apr 17th, 2011 2pm)

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Name:   Streisand
ID#: VA3674
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 16 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 09/03/05
Adopted: 04/13/06
Congrats: Leeann
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

Looking for a home that's looking for me - a low maintenance, easy going, perfectly adorned gorgeous corner ornament. I'm not too vocal, I'm not a wild child, I'm perfect in my food and litterbox habits, and I need a quiet home. I'm easy maintenance, and while I don't kiss on the first date, I'll be quick to blossom with a soft voice and a soft hand into a very solid friendly companion!
Notes from Home
Streisand (Sami) has been doing just great. It is her 5-year anniversary with us and she is a happy little girl. It took her a while to feel at home, but last year she actually jumped up on me and laid down on my tummy while I was taking a nap. That was REALLY BIG for her. She has always been at home with my Shih Tzu's but was a little leary of people. She absolutely does not like her back end above her tail touched. Must be where she was swatted before. She never hides when people come in the house....most of the time she is right there greeting them. She is only vocal around 6AM when she wants to be fed. Other than that, most of the time you wouldn't know she is around.
(Last update: Apr 16th, 2011 8pm)

If you want a super nice friendly gal that will follow you around and help you with your chores then you better get on my list so Foster Mom can tell you all about me! And I hope you don't mind head bumps, purrs and lap time cuz I'm all about all that!


Name: Sapphire

(FKA Calista)

ID#: VA7594
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 03/02/11
Adopted: 04/01/11
Congrats: Ana
Foster: Kathy

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Calista's name is now Sapphire, and true to her name, she's a little gem! She had a good ride home and is settling in nicely. She met Blue a few days ago, and they are integrating easily. Welcome home Sapphire!!
(Last update: Apr 14th, 2011 10pm)

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Name: Gizmo

(FKA Charlie)

ID#: VA7184
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: male
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 08/05/10
Adopted: 09/12/10
Congrats: William
Foster: Williene

New pictures soon. I'm growing into a handsome kitten and nobody can see!! I'm still a little shy, but am doing better every day. I love my toys, have perfect litter box habits, and I'm not picky about my food. Pick me, pick me!
Notes from Home
Well, I've spent the entire winter at my furrever home, and I just love it here. I have tons of spaces to explore and hide in, and a furry big brother who really likes to play with me... day and night. We're such good buddies that when one of us calls, the other one comes. Fast movements and noises still scare me a lot, and my first urge when anybody approaches me is to run, but Meowmy and Paw Paw know how to get close to me and make me feel relaxed. Then I purr real loud, especially when they rub my belly. I like the smaller humans too, even though they move a little fast. I especially like hiding under the little girls bed. If she would just calm down a little, she could be my favorite human. My favorite activity is watching birds. I like to sit on the window sill in the kitchen and chirp at them while they eat from the bird feeder.

I have really grown up a lot and I'm betting Foster Meowmy won't recognize me!

(Last update: Apr 11th, 2011 10am)

Friendly, outgoing, purring machine looking for my new family. I was outside and got lost, but no one came to find me. I'm easy going, fun loving, and very friendly - the great outdoors may tempt me again, however, so you'll have to watch those front doors. As long as I have lots of loving, lots of laps, and lots of attention, we should be fine!
Name:   Cobalt
ID#: VA6189
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 03/10/09
Adopted: 04/04/09
Congrats: Rebecca
Foster: Siri


Notes from Home
Lemmy is a lovely cat who is in love with my husband. His favorite place is in my husband's lap on the couch. My husband will often have his laptop computer in his lap and Lemmy will muscle his way into his lap so he can curl up and take a bath or a nap. Lemmy can be a real pain when it comes to eating. He is very good at pretending he hasn't been fed in a long time and he tries to trick us into giving him more kibble! He is sometimes successful especially since there are two of us to take advantage of! In the morning if he is feeling particularly hungry he will hop on my chest and purrrr very loudly to let me know it is time to get up and feed him. We have also discovered that it appears his previous owners must have abused him with a spray bottle. Whenever we are cleaning and he hears the sound he gets very frightened and runs away. He also loves getting brushed. Lemmy is a cat with simple needs. All he wants is his lap, his food, and his brush!! I have attached a photograph I took of him this morning in my husband's lap. We call the blanket "his momma" because he loves to make biscuits on it.
(Last update: Apr 10th, 2011 4pm)

Name:   Winston
ID#: VA7436
Location:  Indiana
Sex: male
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 12/02/10
Adopted: 02/03/11
Congrats: Kris
Foster: Katie

Foster Notes

1/11/11 Be sure to see my new pictures - I was in the mood to pose today.

UPDATE: 1/3/11

A Poem by Winston entitled "Winston's Wishes".

I wish I may, I wish I might,
Have this wish, I wish tonight.

OH, my wishes I want to express
For my forever home before I go to bed..

I wish for a family who is happy to have,
A big lover boy to sit with them all cuddled in their laps.
On cold winter nights or hot summer days,
It doesn't matter to me as long as I am YOUR cat.

After a hard life on the streets,
I am SO happy to have a warm place to sleep,
A roof over my head and three meals a day,
Make me a happy boy on this or any other day.

I will love you, care for you and give you my heart,
Please "ask about me, so we won't for long be agart.

I wish I may, I wish I might,
Have my forever family some day soon to kiss me every night.

Love form the happy new Poet, Winston

UPDATR - 12/25/10 Hope you all had a Merry Christmas. I did and I was SOOOOOOO happy to be inside and not out in the snow and cold. I've gotten much more active in the past few days since I think I've finally caught up on my sleep. I love to look out the windows and watch what is going on outside, but I don't want to go there any more. I love laps, I love love and I love having my meals served to me inside!!! I am a VERy happy indoor boy now. I'm not real thrilled about the catnip we all got for Christmas, but it was OK. I'd sure love to have a new home for New Years, so if you'd like a big, cuddle bug for the new year, be sure to ask about me. I am a marvelous cat who will make you very happy. Purrs and lap sits, Winston P.S. Be sure to see my new gallery pictures.

Hello - My name is Winston - named after the dignified and famous Winston Churchill because I'm a very dignified cat. I'm SUCH a lucky boy to be all cuddled up here in this warm blanket bed. You see, I spent months on the streets with a Good Samaritan feeding me and watching out for me while I lived outside. I was "once" someone's cat, but who knows why I was out on the streets all by myself. My Good Sam didn't want me to spend another winter outside, so she made contact with Siamese Rescue and helped get me to where I will be safe forever and ever. Because I was so well taken care of by my Good Sam, I am very healthy and a really good weight - amazing for an outdoor boy. I am learning to be an indoor cat again. Mostly, I've just relaxed, slept and eaten well since I got here. You see, I'm making up for months of sleeping outside and never getting a full good night's sleep. I always had to be on "watch" for the neighborhood "doggies" and "other" critters, so I' wouldn't get hurt. I did a good job of that, but now it's time to be warm, dry, rest and relax. Oh, it's nice to be indoors!! Foster Mom says I am a very good boy and I do purr and make buiscuits when she holds me in her arms. I like that!!! If you would like a big (I weigh 12 pounds) warm, cuddly boy for the holidays, please do ask about me. Hit that button. I'd love to be in my forever home for the holidays!! Purrs and headbutts, Winston
Notes from Home
Well, patience is a virtue! Winston is now completely integrated and is doing *very* well. He plays with my bengal boys and sleeps on the bed with the girls. He still gets swat every once in a while but he's accepted that as a part of living with girls! :)

Oh my, a month already!

Winston is such a loverboy. He's settled in very well and is definitely one of the family now! He's found his "play" and loves feather toys. He also has the adoration of one of my bengals who thinks he hung the moon (even if Winston doesn't always relish the affection).

(Last update: Apr 4th, 2011 1pm)

UPDATE - 9/29/10 - It took just a week - now I am out and about in my foster room when my foster parents are around. I've even started to want to play with toys. Just remember, I may be a shy girl, but when I feel better and come out of hiding, I am a BEAUTY and a very sweet girl. I even gave foster mom some nice headbutts today. When you look for a bonded pair, be sure to ask about Blue and me. We are a stunning couple. Purrs and headbutts, Cashmere

Yes, yes, I know - the picture is dark and you can't see me very well. Wanna know why? Well, I wasn't in the mood to pose for pictures for Mama Katie today. She kept telling me I'd look a lot better in my glamour shots if I'd come out from under the couch, but I told her I wasn't going to do it. You see, I'm still new here and I'm still not sure I like Mama Katie very well. Daddy Vic, he's OK but I knew Mama sent him in here to take my pictures and I wasn't gonna pose just because she sent him. You see, I AM Siamese. I was here a year ago with my brother Blue and now we;re back and I'm the one who isn't happy. I'll adjust just like I did before, but it's harder for me since I'm a shy girl to begin with. I really don't like transitions very much, so I'm letting everyone know it. I most likely will need to go home with my brother Blue because he takes care of me and protects me. If you can be patient and have a big heart, you will LOVE me because I really am a sweet girl and stunningly beautiful, just scared to begin with. Love and purrs, Chashmere.
Name:   Cashmere
ID#: VA7299
Location:  Indiana
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 09/21/10
Adopted: 11/11/10
Congrats: Peggy
Foster: Katie

Foster Notes


Notes from Home

April 3, 2011
Cashmere & her "brother" Blue have made our home their home. Cashmere is very happy here and no longer a shy, scared little girl. My husband built the cats a huge cat tree & Cashmere loves to climb up & down it.
Cashmere is a daddy's girl, although she was just here to try to help me type. She loves to sit in front of the computer--right in front of the monitor!

January, 2011
It has been about two months since we brought Cashmere and her "brother" Blue home. As I noted in Blue's update, Foster Mom Katie warned us that these were "true rescue kitties." She was especially concerned about Cashmere. We thought Cashmere would need a long, long time to adjust to her new home but after about 5 days she started coming out of her hiding place. (She had torn a hole in the box springs in our guest bedroom and went into hiding up in them.) Foster Mom Katie told us not to panic, to just leave her alone and she would eventually come out. Well, it didn't take long! We all were truly amazed at how quickly she adjusted.. I think that she, like her brother Blue, just sensed that this was her FOREVER home--and that we would never, ever give her up.

Cashmere has become our little princess. She is a daddy's girl. It is as if she has always been ours. I think that she is very happy to be here. And, she overcame her shyness very quickly! She even came out during Christmas when we had visitors. She wants everyone to play with her so there isn't any time to be shy.

Cashmere & her brother Blue have taken over our house & we couldn't be happier. !We are so grateful for the opportunity to raise these magnificent creatures. I can understand why some people have lots of cats---and this from former dog people!!

(Last update: Apr 3rd, 2011 9pm)

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Name:   Precious Leigh
ID#: VA6877
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 03/03/10
Adopted: 04/03/10
Congrats: Clifton
Foster: Jane

Foster Notes

Very petite snuggly and cuddly. Do you want a lap cat? I love laps, stomachs, and chests. I just want to be close to you. I am a little girl just over 5 lbs. If you think I would fit in your home just click on ask about me so we can get things moving. I need to only go within one days transport. That would be SC at the farthest. Thank you,
Notes from Home
We have had Precious Leigh for 6 months now and she is so much a part of our family it feels like we have had her forever. She is a part of everything I do. She is like my shadow. She follows me from room to room. If I'm on the computer she jumps up on my lap and lays down. When I go to bed at night she jumps up on the bed, crawls over onto my chest and falls asleep there. When I turn over to go to sleep she curls up next to me and stays there all night. She still is a little bitty cat, but she has gained almost a pound. She is perfect as far as that goes. We so love her and feel so blessed to have found her. Thank you Siamese Cat Rescue Center for the greatest gift imaginable.
Susan Lake

Well we are celebrating our one year anniversary with Precious today. She has settled in perfectly. In fact , she pretty much runs the home! We took her to our vet last week and she is doing great and even gained another 3 oz. We feel like we have had her forever. She is such a love. She just loves to be held and brushed and petted. She still is my shadow and follows me from room to room and if I sit, she's right there making herself comfortable in my lap. She is such a blessing to us. Thank you again for letting her be a part of our life.

(Last update: Apr 3rd, 2011 3pm)

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