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Sweet gentle souled guy who doesn't mind other cats (unless they're wussy cats, then I have little patience) and just would like a sunny window to lie in. I'm a very easy keeper, I don't scratch the furniture, am very good in the box, and love my high quality no grain diet. Dry food only is fine if you like even. Yet I'm not a bum or couch potato either, but a pleasant occasionally goofy and fun loving guy as well. Adoption scholarship offered, and I get to bring my favorite Millie bed as well!

P.S. - If you want to view my action video...cut & paste this link!!
Name: Smudge

(FKA Smokey Joe)

ID#: VA7410
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
DateIn: 11/14/10
Adopted: 02/12/11
Deceased: 10/15/12
Congrats: Doreen
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 male cat. Usually this is a male cat.Not with Male Cats


Notes from Home
Mom and Smudge doing well, still getting to know each other. He has discovered the bedroom, that door that is always closed! Has enjoyed a bit of warm weather on the back porch, likes looking out mom says. Hope to have some pics soon, mom is working with digital camera so hope to upload some photos in the next week or so. All is good and mom is happy with him, he's a sweet boy. I heard him talking for the 1st time last week, he was talking to his toys. Mom says he does that when he carries them in his mouth and brings them to her.
(Last update: Mar 21st, 2011 10pm)

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Name:   Bunni
ID#: VA7090
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 15 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 06/27/10
Adopted: 08/21/10
Congrats: Aimee
Foster: Debi

Foster Notes

This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats

My foster meowm thinks I'm the best of the best rolled into one! She tells me that I am a sweet & gentle creature. I'm not sure about all of that, but I am sure that I enjoy being around people and I like to carry on a conversation. I would enjoy watching t.v. with you, sleeping by your side at night (as long as I can take up most of the bed) & most of all I so look forward to the day that I can come home with my forever family. All my meowm's fosters have come & gone while I'm just sitting here waiting. WHERE ARE YOU my forever family????? Come on..don't be shy...just click on that button & my foster meowm has all kinda stuff to tell you about me!!!

Hugs, Purrs & Kisses,

P.S. - Foster Meowm wanted me to tell you that I do not jump on kitchen counters...not sure why that matters..but whatever!!

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Notes from Home
It has been just over two weeks since we brought Bunni home. She has made herself right at home. She has been fantastic!! We have had no issues with introducing her to the house or dogs!! She is sweet and gentle and patient with the dogs. She only uses her scratchers, always uses her litter box. Everyone that meets her can't believe how nice she is!! She lets anyone pick her up, cut her nails, rolls over for belly rubs. She absolutely LOVES the little mice toys!!! She batts them around the kitchen floor where they glide the most. When she can't find her mice, I know that I have to fish them out from under the stove and the fridge. It is a joy to watch her playing happily! We couldn't be happier with the entire process and all of the wonderful people we have met!!

UPDATE: 03/21/11 I can't believe that it has been 7 months that we have had her! She has made herself right at home. I call her my "study buddy" because whenever I am reading or working on homework she is right behind my head, on the back of the couch. She absolutely loves the water fountain that I got for her. She loves to sit and stare at the moving water. I often find myself watching to see what funny thing she is going to do next Unfortunately, for her, she does have to endure the embarrassment of being dressed up for the holidays. She is mostly a good sport about it, though!

(Last update: Mar 21st, 2011 12am)

Long, lanky, lean and loving! Think that's enough 'l' words? I'm just a wonderful very Siamese tortie gal, interested in everything and everyone! I was outside, got shot by b-b's, and now I'm interested in staying inside where there's lots of laps, furry mice, and attention!
Name: Pye

(FKA Lexi)

ID#: VA7229
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
DateIn: 08/21/10
Adopted: 09/14/10
Deceased: 06/01/15
Congrats: Renate
Foster: Siri

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Lexi's new name is Pye and she knows her name and responds to it now. Pye has been with us for 3 months now and we are so happy to have such a wonderful little girl join our family. We love her very much. From the very first day she has decided that my husband John was going to be her Human Pa. She will jump in his lap as soon as he sits anywhere, but she is very polite and always announces her arrival with a chirping noise before she lands in his lap where she drapes herself all over the place and stretches those long legs and long body as far as she can. She loves attention and gets lots of it. She does not want to be picked up. When she came to us she was very skittish and if you tried to pet her she would run and hide as soon as you reached out to her. Now she is gaining a lot of confidence and never hides anymore. She feels very much at home here and we are very happy that she has accepted us so well. Pye is just about the perfect kitty, she never bites, scratches, does not scratch the furniture. She loves going out on the screened in porch which overlooks a creek. There is so much for her to see. She is quite nosy. She loves to eat like I have never seen a cat like to eat. I believe that she must have gone hungry at one point in her young life. She also loves to play especially with 2 toy mice that she loves to throw around and hunt. She is quite the little hunter and takes it very seriously. Our Geezer boy Max is totally bewildered by all her actions since he never liked to play and can't figure out why she works so hard at it. Max (the Fancy Feast King who would never eat anything else) is now eating the premium good food because that's what she eats and he figures it must be good. She is such a funny and entertaining little girl and we just can' say enough good things about her. It is wonderful to see her grow from a scared little cat into this beautiful, healthy and confident little girl. We just really are so happy to have her. We want to thank Siri and Kathy for helping us bring her into our home. They did a wonderful job placing the right kitty in the right home. Siamese Rescue is the Greatest.
Updated 12/14/10

Pye (Lexi) has been with us for 6 months now. It seems like she has always belonged here with us. She is such a happy,sweet little cat. The weather is getting warmer now here in Virginia and she loves to be out on our screened in porch where she can sniff all the wild things and keep an eye on the dog next door.
She still loves to hunt her mice ( they are particular mice and only these Kong brand mice will do) She hides them and then wants us to get them from under the furniture where she can't reach them. She walks around the house carrying them in her mouth until they get so nasty that we throw them out. I have bought about 8 for her so far and make sure we have a couple of spare ones. She is still attached to my husband like velcro and demands by yelling at him that he sit down somewhere so she can sit in his lap for a pet session. I will do in a pinch, but I get dumped as soon as she sees him. As much as she loves to sit on his lap, she still does not want us to pick her up. She will come on her own. Eating is also one of her favorite things. She has gained some weight and looks really good and healthy. Max, our Geezer boy seems to enjoy having her around (not that he would ever admit that if he could talk) he is much more active since she came and they sniff each others noses. He is not a cat who likes other cats, but seemed almost depressed after our meezer Duke died. He enjoys watching her. He will be 16 years old this year. Everything is working out well with Pye and we love her so very much. Thank you again Siri and Kathy for letting her be part of our family.

updated 3/18/11

(Last update: Mar 18th, 2011 5pm)

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Name:   Simba
ID#: VA7503
Location:  New Jersey
Sex: male
Current Age: 19 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Chocolate
Date In: 01/10/11
Adopted: 02/06/11
Congrats: Kay
Foster: Michele

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
This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
Hi, my name is Simba. I am a big cuddly boy - foster mom says hugging me is like hugging a big teddy bear! I am very shy at first but once I am comfortable I will be your best friend. I am hoping to find a quiet home were I can snuggle and purr and be loved. I would do best in a home with no kids or other animals.

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Notes from Home
I adopted Simba on February 6 of this year,and my husband and I are so pleased with our choice. Simba is a beautiful, playful,affectionate and healthy cat. He loves to talk; he loves to be brushed; he loves the sunshine especially if he can get out on the screened porch, and he loves to eat if it is Fancy Feast Gravy Lovers or Fancy Feast Medleys
I want to thank everyone involved in allowing me to have this wonderful cat in my life. I hope that Simba and I have many years together.
I have directed all my questions to Michele Altomere since she was Simba`s foster mother. She has been wonderful to quickly E-mail me each time.
I have praised your organization to all my friends especially the ones who are cat lovers. Thanks again for all that you do to rescue these beautiful, affectionate animals. Kay Linnane

(Last update: Mar 17th, 2011 9pm)

I have told foster Mom that I am a Diva Princess and should be treated with more respect. Now that I have settled in a bit, I come and ask for more petting and do a lot more purring. II am playful and like to interact but somewhat on my own terms. I need some loving and attention but I am not demanding with it. My owner died so I am still uncertain about new situations. Lunah
Name:   Lunah
ID#: VA6986
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 17 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 05/16/10
Adopted: 09/04/10
Congrats: Carole
Foster: Kay

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
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
Lunah is doing great -- she has really settled in here and seems to love it! She plays a lot -- especially enjoys her "cat dancer" and also motivates herself by grabbing and running with some of the little stuffed toys she brought with her. She enjoys her cat tree and is now totally sleeping with me. She makes it clear when it's "lap time". (I love it!)
She's going to the vet tomorrow -- 3rd follow-up after initial visit for skin problems (right ear and chin). The right ear is totally healed and clean. Chin is still has scabs from acne. With my inexperienced eye I cannot tell if there are more "pimples" to squeeze, or if it is in the process of going away.
Sje's great at the vet -- purrs the whole time and they love her!
She's eating well and regularly, though I'd like her to eat more dry food. She lost a few ounces when taking antibiotic pill, but I'm sure has gained some back by now. We'll see tomorrow.

I don't have pictures -- plan to take some soon for Christmas letters; but I don't know how to put them on the internet. Maybe I'll get help later.

Lunah is getting darker, as I've noticed seal points seem to do. She's a beauty.

She's very much loved!

March 2011 Update . . .

I do have a couple of issues I would like some help with.

First of all, I want you to know that I love Lunah with all my heart and I
am committed to her for life! She loves me too, making that very clear
every day of her precious little life! We bonded instantly and that is
growing deeper by the day.

She did have a couple problems when she came to me and no one can know what that
poor little thing really went through before she came to Siamese Rescue,
then to me.

I have a wonderful vet here who helped get her ear infection and acne under
her chin cleared up. Her fur-pulling subsided after her arrival, but
recently came back in full force. Dr. Borakove (vet) prescribed an over the
counter allergy med which may or may not have worked. I was able to give
the 1/2 tab per day med to Lunah IF I got it far enough down her little
throat which I usuallly did, but on the rare occasions that I didn't, it
caused her to drool and was very unpleasant for both of us.

Let me say here that Dr. Borakove and all the help at the vet LOVE Lunah --
she purrs and lets them do anything they need without a fuss, even take her
temperature. She's so unusual and they love to see her coming!

A very dear friend recently found an article in the Post where a vet (Dr.
Michael Fox) answered questions and this particular article was about
itching problems with cats and dogs. One suggestion was that it could be
the litter, perfume, etc. I was using a clumping litter, full of "dust" and
perfume. I was even thinking I should put a scarf over my nose to avoid the
heavy dust. So I got a pine litter from pet store. I also tried Wellness
canned cat food -- Lunah ate it but made it very clear she does NOT like it
and she DOES PREFER Fancy Feast so that is what I will feed her..

Lunah also made it clear (eventually) that she didn't like the loction of her litter
box (a cubbyhole in my bathroom) which didn't allow her the space she preferred --
only enough room for her to perch on one side of the box. I changed her
litter box and food to my kitchen/family laundry room across the little hall
and that works perfectly. Fine with her and the family, as well, when they
need to come down to the first level where my "apartment" is to do laundry.

The only other "problem" is that, once in a blue moon, she gets poop in the
fur under her tail (a small smear) that might get on my white comforter,
sofa or clothes. It's fairly easy to deal with, but could be a little
problem when I take a trip to my high school class reunion or visit my
in-laws later in the year. My grandsons will take care of her for a few
days (they took care of Samantha, and love cats and animals). They love
her, and so does my daughter.

Maybe these two little problems will just go away in time. I believe Lunah doesn't
scratch or pull fur as much as she first did; but it does bother me at night when we go to bed;
because she sleeps close to me, which I prefer her to do but it shakes bed and me when
she does all the over-grooming and fur-pulling! I have started just gently telling her "no" and
giving her a pat.

Thank you for your recent Newsletter. I wish every cat on the planet had a loving home!

(Last update: Mar 16th, 2011 3pm)

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Name: Tao

(FKA Robin)

ID#: VA3981
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: male
Current Age: 17 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 02/01/06
Adopted: 02/25/06
Congrats: Julie
Foster: Jen (Knoxville)

Rescuing a Siamese Cat! Wow, you must be a hero! Well, a hero needs
a faithful sidekick to back him up, assist him in his every need, and
of course, to run errands for him (Robin, run into the kitchen and see
if the bad guys are there, LOL). Well, if you are looking for a laid
back, no worries, no issues, "Mr. Adoptable" meezer man, let ME be your
I am a bit leery of the other cats beyond the door. I think I could get along with another feline friend, but a slow and careful integration would make me happiest.

Purrs and headrubs, Robin

I went home with my new Mom today! I know I'm going to love her!

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Notes from Home
Tao is my wonderful kitten daddy and official ambassador cat. He is my counselor for foster placements. With 5 years of experience under his belt, he is pretty darn good. Pictured here with two kittens he has helped raise, including sweet Vinnie who needs extra TLC and warmth. Thanks for giving him his start, Jen!
(Last update: Mar 15th, 2011 9pm)

Hi guys Ruthie here. Man I got inside just before the Ice storm here. The food seems good and I have one of those snugglie Millie beds.
Some of the things you will have to do If I come to live with you.
#1 I love to have my tummy rub so at least 2 tummy rubs per day or More than 2 like 100.
#2 I love to chat, chirp, and trill so you need to have long conversations with me everyday
#3probably most import Love me forever so I don't have to be outside in the cold every again.
So ask about me soon.
P.S I have a short little bunny tail that makes look even cutier
Name: Anabelle

(FKA Ruthie)

ID#: VA7505
Location:  Georgia
Sex: female
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 01/10/11
Adopted: 02/12/11
Congrats: Leslye
Foster: ShirleyBo

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Hello All,
Ruthie aka Anabelle is fabulous! She is completely aclimated and is so social and talkative. She is not at all shy with anyone who enters the house and is totally bonded with my mother, Ann. Mom feeds her and they eat together and the two of them sleep together as well. We are all so blessed to have her and totally in love. She is playful and extremely vocal which is perfect for our needs. Mom calls for her and Anabelle answers loudly to let her know she is coming and runs right to her. This has helped us to get Mom to talk and verbalize her feelings so much more. We heard her say "Come here Anabelle, I need you!" just the other day. Thank you so much!!!

(Last update: Mar 14th, 2011 12am)

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Name: Maleigh

(FKA Mali)

ID#: VA6755
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 12/05/09
Adopted: 01/16/10
Congrats: Marianne
Foster: Joyce

Foster Notes

Thrown out to fend for myself, adopted by my former owner who didn't spend much time with me, now here in SCRC through no fault of my own.

I desperately need and want love and attention but am unsure of how to act when I get it. Foster Meowm says that it's just a question of a little extra TLC and patience - do you have what it takes ?

I've lived with two small dogs before as well as my brother and am now integrated with the other cats here at Foster Meowm's without a bit of a problem.

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Notes from Home
(March 2011) Hmmm, I've done everything in my power to get rid of this descendant of the Flying Wallendas, but he's sticking like glue. So I finally caved and I've begun to tolerate him. I must admit, he's not as bad as when he first came, and he manages to entertain himself so it's like being at the movies. I just follow him around and sit and watch his antics.

And for someone who loves to jump, he's a klutz. Last night, he flew after the wand toy (MY wand toy, no less) and missed the perch, tumbling on to the (very plush) carpet. I think he needs to take a gymnastics class. Maybe our owner will enroll him in something this summer and I can get a break from him.

I'm not sure how he'll act once we're left on our own. He loves to nip but he's learning the value of my claws...eventually, he'll figure out that I rule the roost.

And he found the red ball!
(August 2010) Man, I have no idea what has happened to my nice home. Everything was going pretty good since I arrived - Mocha was such a good sport and he knew to let me have time to get used to everything, and we had just started snuggling and then he vanished. Now I have this Jack-in-the-box creature living here. My goodness, he has a lot of energy! Yesterday I swear he jumped 5 feet in the air. The only good thing is he is about 1/2 my size...

He is pretty annoying. He runs around like a mad cat, pouncing and jumping for about 5 minutes and then he totally crashes in exhaustion. I, on the other hand, conserve my energy so that I can go at it for hours. Maybe he'll learn. Playtime lasts longer when ya don't poop out so fast...these humans get easily distracted and then it's hours till they return. But the owner loves Jack so I guess I'm going to have the figure out a way to adjust. But I'm going to take my sweet ole time, that's for sure! Right now, I can tolerate face-to-face time with the little bugger. Only when he gets up and seems to get ready to dash at me do I hiss. Then the door closes thank goodness. But I have to start immediately pawing under the door so no one forgets me.

At night it's his time in lock-up and then I have an absolute ball. I get to sleep right next to my owner, snuggling alongside or mewing for pets (oh, I do love to be petted, especially on the top of my head and alongside my face! I could lay there forever getting pets. I've even started to ask for them when we're sitting down). And then after a bit, I roam around for a little while, making sure to stop by Jack's door and sniff away. I'm not sure about him. He needs to calm down a bit first.

I still carry my yellow banana everywhere. During the night, I pretend it's my prey, and I wander around mewing through the banana in my mouth. Then I jump up on the bed and drop it right on the pillow next to the sleeping owner. Such a lovely sight in the morning when they wake up.... meow. I love that banana. It was Mocha's but he had grown tired of it. I gave him my little red ball in exchange. Hmmm, wonder where that ball is now. Maybe I'll go and find it now... Jack might like it.

(Last update: Mar 10th, 2011 10am)

I love to purr. Would you like to join my chorus?
Name: Amaya

(FKA Xylie)

ID#: VA7528
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 01/25/11
Adopted: 02/05/11
Congrats: Carlos
Foster: Julie


Notes from Home
We are happy to say that after one month we could not be happier with Amaya and we believe that she is also very happy camper. I have uploaded some pictures to show a sample of her evolution over the last 4 weeks.
(Last update: Mar 7th, 2011 7pm)

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Name: Marcello

(FKA Potter)

ID#: VA7508
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 01/14/11
Adopted: 02/12/11
Congrats: Kimberly
Foster: Kathy

Foster Notes

Well, it's my one week anniversary here at Foster Moms and she says I act like I've been here forever. I don't get upset over anything and I've been through a lot! I had a bath, been treated for a mild shelter cold, had a vet visit. I take everything in stride. Don't sweat the small stuff, I always say. These other two kitties I room with are pretty cool too.

I'm getting something called "neuter surgery" next week so wish me luck on that, whatever that is. I'll be ready for my forever home soon!

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Notes from Home
It's been three weeks since we brought Marcello home, and it is like he's been with us forever! He settled in right away. He's made is clear to our dog, Daisy, that "cat's rule, dogs drool" and she seems to agree, so everyone has settled into place :)

Marcello loves to snuggle in his Millie Bed. He is very affectionate and wants attention usually first thing in the morning and then more in the evening. He settles in for a nap in the afternoon, and seems to sleep well at night. He loves to chase after anything we throw on the floor for him ~ wrappers are the best! He loves to be in the MIDDLE of the kitchen in the evening as we cook dinner, just so he can be sure that we're doing it right! He plays with the kids, and he and Leila have a great time during the day when the older kids are at school.

Oh, Kathy, first time he met Lee, he was absolutely fine. They have bonded now :) I have a picture that I'll upload later, of Marcello sitting on Lee's lap on Sunday morning, as Lee read the paper.

Thanks so much for making this adoption possible! We love Marcello and look forward to many years of enjoyment with him. PS ~ Marcello doesn't like to keep his eyes open for pictures, so when I get a good shot, I'll upload photos....coming soon.

(Last update: Mar 7th, 2011 10am)

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