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Previously Adopted Siamese
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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TITUS
Will you hold me? I give hugs, kisses, and headbutts too! I LOVE people! My family says I slept in bed with them every night and am a very loving guy. I've been an only cat my whole life, and I won't be able to meet other cats here in my foster home until Sept. 20. I'll also be getting my teeth fixed in a few weeks, and then I'll be ready to go home. So if you're looking for a nice fellow who is very Siamese, ask about me today!
Hugs & Kisses,
Titus
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Titus
ID#: VA5903
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: male
Current Age: 19 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Blue
DateIn: 09/10/08
Adopted: 10/19/08
Congrats: Autumn
Foster: Melanie (Knoxville)



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Notes from Home
Thanks again for helping us find the "perfect" Siamese for us. Titus is doing very well. He is the best behaved and most loving guy. He loves to snuggle and is just content with being wherever you are! He has really grown attatched to my oldest son Camden. He sleeps with him at night unless he can get in my husband and I's bed first! He loves to go outside, so he now walks on a leash with a harness to "explore" some outside once in awhile. We also have an enclosed screened porch in which he loves to swing and soak up the sun. Feels like we have had him since birth! We try to enjoy each day we have with him. In the photos you will notice that he now has a sister, whom he loves to play with. Her name is Mazie and she is a 1yr. old miniature chihuahua. She has made a great playmate for Titus and has adjusted amazingly with her.
(Last update: Oct 19th, 2010 5pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Luna
ID#: VA3416
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 16 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
Date In: 05/31/05
Adopted: 06/24/05
Congrats: Kristine
Foster: Melanie (Knoxville)


LUNA
Sweet, beautiful, easy going tortie gal seeking a home where I can be loved furever. Chatty enough to get your attention, playful and outgoing, I seem to be a no issue cat. Can we chat? Purrs, Luna
Notes from Home
Luna is a wonderful cat! She now has a fur sister, Bella (also a rescued Siamese), to keep her company :). Luna is a great family cat! Thank you VA Siamese Rescue for our beautiful, furry princess!
(Last update: Oct 18th, 2010 8pm)

SHWEETIE
Happy New Year Everyone!

UPDATE FEB. 10: Happy New Year it is! It took exactly 8 months to the day but I finally loved on my foster meowm. To say she was thrilled is an understatement! I have to admit that I enjoyed it too, so much so I was chirping away! I even purred! I then flopped onto my side and let her rub my belly! I'm not sure what got into me but hopefully this is only the beginning of learning to trust again for me. Stay tuned and check out my new YouTube videos...I'm a MOVIE STAR!!!

I'm Shweetie and 1/2 of the Dynamic Duo. My mom and I are a bonded pair that need to be adopted together. Can you believe I'm 9 years old? We're affectionately called Meezer (Siamese) Geezers. Don't be fooled, were still spry and love running around our foster room. While my mom loves being up close and personal, I prefer to watch from afar so you will have to be a very special family that can accept a ghost kitty. In other words, you know something is there but you can only see it out of the corner of your eyes. Can you tell I'm a fan of Ghost Hunters?

Would you like to know more about me and my mom, Gladys? Let my foster meowm know by clicking on that button! Transport is available outside the northeast area to our pre-approved adopters homes, so ask about Meezer Express!

Blinks,
Shweetie
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   SHWEETIE
ID#: VA6377
Location:  Massachusetts
Sex: female
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 06/08/09
Adopted: 03/13/10
Deceased: 10/01/14
Congrats: Martha
Foster: Lisa

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

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Notes from Home
April 18, 2010:
Shweetie, while still a shy girl, she has made significant progress. When the girls first got to their new home they found a cat tree in their new “Kitty Suite.” They used the condo in the tree to hide in and to sleep in. We could pet both the girls but Shweetie usually tucked her head behind her mom. Once Gladys would come to us (after only a few days), Shweetie would divide her time between hiding under the bed and in the condo. We talked to Shweetie (under the bed) several times a day every day.

Then Gladys started sleeping in a Millie bed on the bed. We knew Shweetie was sleeping with her as we heard her jump onto the floor (and go under the bed, of course) when we approached the room. A couple of times I stuck a camera in the doorway in the dark to confirm this. I did get a couple of pictures of devil cats (red-eyed) together in the Millie bed.

She and her mom have had total control of the house for four weeks now. At first she and Gladys only explored when Kent and I were not around (during the night and work hours) leaving their trail –footprints, bits of kitty litter in the window seat, my old kitty’s catnip mouse knocked off the fireplace mantel, etc. Then they got braver, zipping through the living room while we were in there, but not stopping.

Over the past two weeks, Kent in particular (quieter then I am), walked through the Kitty Suite several while Shweetie was on the bed - and she stayed there! She also came out to eat three times while I was sitting on the bed petting and talking to Gladys. That was noteworthy as she could hear me talking and actually made eye contact with me and with Gladys.

Yesterday was Shweetie and Gladys’ first visit to their new vet. I covered their carrier in the waiting room so they would feel hidden from the scrambling, barky dogs that were waiting for their turns. It seemed to work, and the visit went very well. Shweetie was excellent with the Dr., and Kent and I took the opportunity to pet our kitty while she was out in the open - she responded very well. The vet gave Sweetie a clean bill of health. Both Shweetie and Gladys will return to have their teeth cleaned at a later date.

Today, as I am writing this, the girls have come down (almost) into my office in the basement. This is the final frontier for them here. They came down the stairs twice, the first time just to the landing and the second time all the way to the bottom, but did not come in the door – maybe the third time will be the charm!? I am sure I will have computer kitties in the very near future.

May 7, 2010
Shweetie now chirps and purrs when scratched under her chin. She really is a S(h)weetie!

Wow - the girla dn her mom have been home for seven months. Shweetie has wiskers!!! When she arrived home she did not have any as Gladys had chewed them off by overgrooming her. Now that Gladys is comfortable in her forever home she no longer does that. Shweetie loves to be in my lap and vies for space with Gladys. She squeaks and purrs, headbutting whoever or whatever is close by. Shweetie is a funny girl and has been a perfect addition to our home.

(Last update: Oct 17th, 2010 1pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Sagwa
ID#: VA7239
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 08/23/10
Adopted: 10/03/10
Deceased: 07/28/11
Congrats: Martha
Foster: Siri


SAGWA
I am a very tall lanky Siamese cat with a great voice (check out my video!) I came in with my sister, Lily, the jury is out whether we should stay together or not. We have different food requirements which makes it a bit tricky! I have a sensitive stomach and right now am eating only canned food, which is working wonders. I have the best voice ever (see my video) and am one of the larger Siamese you may have ever met. I'm the personable ambassador type who adores children and dogs, but does have a little bit of an independent streak as well, so perhaps not as needy as some of the wedgies. Certainly a joy to chat with! (On hold until 9/18 - doing a two week trial separation from Lily to see how we do on our own).
Notes from Home
Sunday 10/3/10 9:30 AM: Sagwa is HOME!!!!! We heard him coming the minute Paula opened her car door. What a great guy. Love at first sight. He ate a little food right away and of course did extensive exploring. He quickly made himself at home. Unfortunately, we had no choice but to leave him alone right away returning in the evening, then my sister’s family arrived. Sagwa was interested in everyone. Easily gave him his Clavimox. He ate more food (turkey), drank a whole bowl of water and seemed satisfied. Urine clump in box, no poop. We spent the rest of the night with him while he got to know us and vice versa.

Monday 10/4/10 AM: AM Urine clumps in box, no poop. Fed him Weruva chicken which he ate like he was starving, begging for more, which I gave him. He vomited everything (including Clavimox). I left a small amount of food when I left for work. Food was gone when I got home. Small amount loose stool and several urine clumps in box. Fed him in four small helpings that evening – no vomiting. He tries to tell me he is starving to death…. Pill no problem (he is a very good pill taker), gave him another small amount of food before bed.

Tuesday 10/5/10: Pilled, fed him in three smallish servings, all stayed down. Same routine in the evening all is well in that department. Finally a small loose stool in box. Sagwa seemed unsettled later in evening. I finally tried lying on the floor to see if that would help. He immediately lay down next to me and went bellies up for a love fest – life is good.

Thursday 10/7/10: Last of pills given but unfortunately Sagwa is still rubbing his ear. Luckily his vet appointment is scheduled for Monday.

Saturday 10/9/10: Sagwa is now eating food in larger portions and is consuming 1½ cans daily. Kent says Sagwa is calm now (this should be interpreted as Meezer Wedgie calm not really your basic calm). He is a super lover, super talker and we absolutely love him.

Sunday 10/17/10: Sagwa continues to make us his own (see pictures). He is doing extremely well and as of his vet’s visit last Monday had put on ½ pound. We are now feeding him three times a day instead of six-eight, without any stomach issues. He now has “controlled” run of the house while we are still integrating Sagwa, Gladys and Shweetie. He is a wonderful cat and it is so rewarding to see him so comfortable with us.

(Last update: Oct 17th, 2010 11am)

HANSEL
I'm a four-paw polydactyl which means I have an extra toe on all paws - you can see one of them in this picture. And since the ones on the front are like human thumbs it means I'll be able to do all kinds of nifty things that most cats can't. Foster Meowm says that based on the size of my baseball mitts - oops paws ! - I'm probably going to be a big boy when I grow up.

I'm a typical kitten - active, curious and very playful.

Although we don't have to go together, check out my sister Gretel VA7172 if you're looking for a ready-made pair.

I should be ready to go home the latter part of August.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Hansel
ID#: VA7173
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 07/28/10
Adopted: 09/04/10
Congrats: Erin
Foster: Joyce

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
I changed Hansel's name to Maki. He is also doing great and growing fast. He now weighs 5lb 8oz. Both he and Nori have been to the vet twice, one time each for their distemper and rabies vaccines. He is very affectionate and loves to play. He has learned to sit for treats but is still trying to grab them out of my hand with his paws. He is very well coordinated.
(Last update: Oct 16th, 2010 12pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Gretel
ID#: VA7172
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
Date In: 07/28/10
Adopted: 09/04/10
Congrats: Erin
Foster: Joyce

Foster Notes

GRETEL
Cute as a button and not much bigger !

Active, squirmy, curious, playful and vocal little gal with extra toes on all paws.

Although we don't have to go together, check out my brother Hansel VA 7173 if you're looking for a ready-made pair.

Right now it looks like I should be ready to go home about Labor Day.

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Notes from Home
I have changed Gretel's name to Nori. She is doing great, very outgoing and adventurous. She loves to unravel toilet paper and carry her toys around in her mouth. She is becoming much more trustful of humans and enjoying being pet more.
(Last update: Oct 16th, 2010 12pm)

PIPER
I'm a sweet and thoughtful little girl. I'm the smallest of my three sisters, but I love to play and can hold my own because I've got spunk! I'm a blue point snowshoe with the prettiest little mittens and white V on my chest. I love exploring, snuggling and having fun with my sisters Sasha and Sage. I will need someone to play with me in my new home. Is it you?
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Piper

(FKA Sofie)

ID#: VA7276
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 09/11/10
Adopted: 10/02/10
Congrats: Ashley
Foster: Rinn



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Notes from Home
Changed her name to Piper
(Last update: Oct 16th, 2010 12pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Nigel

(FKA Dominick)

ID#: VA7216
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 08/17/10
Adopted: 09/13/10
Deceased: 01/01/16
Congrats: Katherine
Foster: Kay


NIGEL
Just arrived. More information soon.

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Notes from Home
Nigel/Dominick is wonderful! He and Nala are getting along fine , he's interested in the dogs but so far has only touched noses with one corgi. He's waiting a little longer until he is a little bigger to meet the rest of the pack. He has loads of personality and I have no doubt that he'll take over the whole hose in due time.
(Last update: Oct 13th, 2010 7pm)

CONTESSA
Reportedly don't like other cats, I haven't shown that yet but I am a strong willed, independent, very loving and affectionate gal. I love to snuggle and like to climb up high. Solid weight and health, so far if I must share my history, it would be that my first family got another cat and they must have liked him or her better than me :( Can't imagine why!

PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Contessa
ID#: VA5211
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Blue
DateIn: 09/09/07
Adopted: 09/23/07
Congrats: Kay
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
Another anniversary from my happy, happy home. I still love it here and I get to play all I want (even with Meowmy makeup brushes). I just got back from my annual doctor visit and he says I am beautiful (which I knew, of course) and that everything is purrfect (I also knew this)! Except for one thing....I had a cavity (how embarrassing). Anyway that meant I had to come back to the Doc's (who I don't really like that much) and have my tooth taken out. At least while I was there they cleaned up my whole mouth and I am feeling much better now. The only bad part is the bald spot on my arm. I really hate that and I try to keep it covered up with my other hand or tucking it under. But my Meowmy says my hair will grow back soon as I will be better than ever. Well got to get back to my post guarding the temple and getting my sun bath. Thanks to Siri and everyone who helped me find my home. Love you all!
(Last update: Oct 7th, 2010 2pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Lexi
ID#: VA4388
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 08/11/06
Adopted: 09/16/06
Congrats: Carol
Foster: Heida


LEXI
A tiny little meezer with a demanding voice and constant craving for attention. I want everything all the time, it is all about me!
I was pretty sick when I got here but am feeling alot better, I just need to gain weight and get friskier.
I am playing toys a little bit, but human attention is the best, I love chewing on my fostermom's eyebrows.
Ask about me if you want a demanding little meezer in your home.
Notes from Home
It's been quite a year for Lexi. She saw the passing of her good buddy Gordie (15) and the addition of a new friend "Kitty". Just before Gordie passed away Kitty showed up and spent a week crying to come in. On a rainy day we just couldn't stand it anymore and let him in. We took him to the vet and had him checked out and spent weeks looking for his people. He's healthy, friendly and neutered, he must have had people! Alas, no one claimed Kitty so slowly integrated him into the household. Kitty is not a Siamese but Lexi and Theo are grudgingly accepting him anyway.
(Last update: Oct 7th, 2010 10am)

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