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CALVIN
Sweet boy who is a little frazzled with all the changes right now but settling in well. Needs a little time to readjust. Enjoys being petted and having his head/chin scratched.
Ok with quiet dog. Ok with most other cats.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Calvin

(FKA Skylar)

ID#: VA12035
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 05/11/17
Adopted: 07/06/17
Congrats: Catherine
Foster: Kay



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Notes from Home
7/9/2018: July 6, 2018 was our one-year Adoption Day anniversary. We treated Calvin and Hobbes with a can of their favorite cat food. We enjoy Calvin immensely. Although he is a lynx cat mix, he is all Siamese. He talks to himself most of the day, loves his CNB (catnip bunny) and walks around on his tip toes searching for ways to get into mischief. He has really bonded with Dave, and, occasionally, will snuggle with me during the day. We call him the Midnight Snuggler because he loves to come up in the middle of the night and paw at us until we roll over and let him sprawl all over us, getting his belly rubbed and his chin scratched. When it comes to play, Calvin likes it low and slow. He likes to be teased so he can sprint after the wand or other toys. Like his cartoon namesake, Calvin in an instigator and lures Hobbes, who is usually clueless, into situations, such as: Jumping on the dining room table, running up and down the stairs, watching water run in the sink, chasing cardboard tubes, playing hide and go seek in the little play house. All-in-all, this healthy, happy boy is a wonderful addition to our household. We can't imagine life without Calvin.
(Last update: Jul 9th, 2018 11am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Tiara
ID#: VA6398
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
Date In: 06/16/09
Adopted: 07/08/09
Congrats: Amy
Foster: Siri


TIARA
You wonder what happens to cats that go outside, and I'm living proof. Smacked by a car, I managed to crawl into a field where luckily a nice lady found me and got me to the vet. Unfortunately my leg couldn't be saved, but my spirit has been. Stay tuned as I learn about life with three legs. (Dog curious-suspicious)

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Notes from Home
When she came home with me, a sad, skinny, half-shaved tripod with burned paw pads, Tiara just didn't seem like the right name. She didn't quite tell me what else to call her, though, so we went with "Titi". She has grown a plush coat and her paws are soft as a baby's bum. Admittedly, she looks pitiful when moving slowly, but don't let that fool you--she moves like greased lightning at dinner time! Given her emaciated state upon adoption, I used to free feed her, which resulted in a little piggy cat. Luckily, the missing rear leg means she's not much of a jumper, so I can control her diet at floor level, while her two siblings get another bowl up on the counter (this after several failed locations where Titi displayed tremendous cunning and athleticism to get to a food dish, including great leaps, climbing, and maze-solving). She is always looking for a handout or petting (though she doesn't appreciate being held), and her MOST favorite person is her (human) uncle, who pets *just* right. At our annual checkup this year (age est 11) , the doctor said she has the teeth of a two year old! She's a beautiful girl who charms all who meet her. Thanks for letting me take her home!
(Last update: Jul 8th, 2018 5pm)

NALA
Back after a brief foray out into a possible new home. Didn't work out but Foster Mom has a better idea of what I need now.

I was initially very shy but I'm getting better and am happy to give it another go.

Click on the Ask about Me button and see if we might be a fit!

Love

Glinda
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Nala

(FKA Glinda)

ID#: VA12084
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 06/04/17
Adopted: 07/06/17
Deceased: 11/14/19
Congrats: Christine
Foster: Donna



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Notes from Home
Nala (fka Glinda) has settled in quite well. She was very comfortable with me from day 1. No feeding problems. Thanks to alert foster, Donna, I was able to "Glinda-proof" my home prior to her arrival. Used up all my pillows, blankets, towels and boxes to close off the underneath spaces of all my furniture.
She started coming out of the room in which her carrier and food are located a bit more starting on day 12 here. But, right now, we are having 3 good days, then fall back 2. Two weeks and two days into the adoption, she still feels most comfortable staying in her carrier, on which I simply removed the door.
She has let me know that she is not ready for me to pick her up, so our visit to the vet yesterday was
a bit extra stressful on her because I needed to corner her with the carrier. She did voluntarily get in and had an excellent checkup with the vet, but her out-of-carrier time after we returned home reverted to what it had been initially.
The vet here suggests that with her history, it will be best to treat her like a human military person with PTSD. She was prescribed Zylkene to help with calming her down naturally. Additionally, I had noticed that her left eye (not the one thought to have corneal opacities which were determined by my vet to be mere "sun spots" - probably a result of her being outside for a prolonged period of time) was squinting frequently. I was told that this is a classic sign of herpes, so we have started the cat on L-Lysine. Vet was pleased with her health and told me, "I have a good feeling about this kitty."
She and my 7-lb., 14 yr old Shih-Tzu get along just fine. They accept each other as if they had been together since day 1.
So, at this point, my goal is to continue to urge Nala to become more assured of her surroundings. She has no problem coming to me when I am in the room, but, at this point, she has not interest
of venturing out into the rest of the house. I will wait as long as necessary for her to feel safe here.
Love this girl. She's really special.

July 6, 2018

It's hard to believe that a year has passed since Nala came to live with us. What a joy! I've attached a few photos and one short video covering the last 12 months.

From her behavior and increasing confidence in all things connected with our one-on-one interactions, I'm pretty sure that I have gained her trust. But, she still has, and may always have, fear of reached-out arms coming toward her - being picked up. She spends a great time in my lap, but always on her terms and when she decides she wants to jump up. She is still very cautious in the presence of other humans, usually preferring to run away and hide until they are no longer here.

The most amazing part of her being here with us though, is the instant bond that happened when she and our dog (7-lb, 15-1/2yr ShihTzu) met. Nala instinctively picked up on the rapidly declining health of her “sister” and has taken on the role, all on her own, as the dog's service cat!� While the dog is outside for her walks or potty time, Nala sits squarely in the center of the front storm glass door and meows/cries until I return the dog to her. She then sidles up to the dog, who is totally deaf, legally blind and has begun to experience deterioration of her lower spine, presses herself in toward the dog and then walks/guides the dog down the hallway, helping her turn the corner without falling and then continuing on until she and the dog have reached the kitchen. (See short video) She also knows when the dog is experiencing pain and lies down right next to the dog, licking her head (not grooming, just licking.)

This afternoon we're going to the vet for her first, official annual checkup. I’ll try and post the results afterward.

All in all, the three of us have a good, regular daily life together, and we are blessed and thankful that Nala is a part of it. Thank you all for helping to make that happen.

(Last update: Jul 7th, 2018 6pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Charming Charlie
ID#: VA10060
Location:  Indiana
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
Date In: 06/06/14
Adopted: 06/23/14
Congrats: Julie
Foster: LaShawn

Foster Notes

CHARMING CHARLIE
I was SO sad at the shelter, wouldn't eat and was languishing in my sadness being taken away from my home and in a cage. The shelter knew they needed to get me outta there, and along came Foster Lady who made me feel loved and safe and in just two days with some fluids and a bath, I'm eating, purring, talking, making biscuits, climbing into arms and crawling under covers and flopping on my side for snuggles & pets! I'm a wonderful chocolate lab boy, disguised as a chocolate meezer!

Purrs & headbutts,
Charming Charlie

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Notes from Home
"Prince" Charming Charlie, as we now call him,has arrived at his forever home! We can't thank every committed volunteer that was involved in this process enough for our new little boy(LaShawn, Andrea, Katie and Siri- to name a few)!! We absolutely love love him! He is so laid back, loving, playful, talkative, and absolutely beautiful! He moved in and was immediately comfortable in his surroundings and with people. My 10 year old Siamese seal point female, Isabella, is slowly coming around to him- if he can't win her over, no one can- he is her "Prince Charming"! My vet says he is a very healthy boy and was very impressed with the SCRC adoption process in place. Bill and I are very thankful and extremely grateful to have Charlie in our family.
Submitted with gratitude,
Julie

Prince Charming Charlie has won over his "princess" Isabella! He is her constant companion and just adores her! Charlie moved in from day1 and never looked back. He is a very loving, playful, healthy- he's gained some much needed weight- beautiful boy. Charlie gets my husband up at 6am sharp every morning to eat and play- no alarm clock needed! He just experienced his first Xmas with us- mesmerized by the tree, ornaments and oh so many toys and treats!! We will be unwrapping them all for days to come- he and Isabella get exhausted from playing with them and have to take a nap! They must pace themselves. Our family is complete with Charming Charlie and our hearts are now full once again. Thank you for giving him the chance of a new life. He constantly make us laugh at his antics as Isabella rolls her eyes at her new boy- we know she loves him!

Charlie spent his 1year anniversary stealing all of Isabella's favorite spots starting with the top of the kitchen cabinets! He loves everything she loves and he especially loves her! We couldn't be happier with the relationship that they have built- we challenged Isabella to accept any other companion and he has been her best buddy! He still can't cuddle with her while sleeping but they are always together. He chirps and plays with her and when he gets himself in trouble, he always offers her his favorite toy(3ft feather stick) as a reconciliation gift. Charlie's recent blood work showed a perfectly healthy beautiful chocolate point. He has learned that he loves his attention from us as he probably didn't get much in his hoarder situation. We are so very happy to have him in our family- we love our silly boy! Thank you LaShawn, our angel, and Andrea!

Charlie enjoyed his 2 year anniversary sleeping with his girl, Isabella ( she smells so good), and romping and playing with his SCRC younger brother, Beauregard! He has grown into quite a big handsome, healthy, loving guy, head strong but extremely gentle, like a teddy bear. Charlie is very generous with his wand toys, dragging them all over the house and even up on the bed- we will wake up to a pile of them in the morning as they are presented as gifts while he head butts us to wake up! We are incredibly thankful to have him in our meezer family!

Charlie's 3rd Anniversary finds him well and loving his new bird/squirrel feeder. He still marvels at his Isabella, who continues to tease him incessantly. Loves his baby brother, Beauregard , his best bud and is completely bonded with his Pop. Charlie has no cares in the world- a perfect life, as it should be! Watch out for July, 2017 Siamese Cat Rescue calendar - Charming Charlie is the centerfold! We are so proud!

Happy 4th anniversary! Charming Charlie pretty much thinks he is KING. He has grown into that big head(little body) he had when we first adopted him and is quite the big guy now! Isabella is still the center of his universe and Beauregard his best bud. He loves everyone he meets and has become quite the Daddy's boy. Nothing seems to bother him except for getting brushed and having his nails done. I am not sure if there was a former history there...but he gets his treats and all is well. I can never thank LaShawn enough for rescuing him- he is such a good boy and he is so very loved!

(Last update: Jul 7th, 2018 9am)

DEVIN CHICKADEE (DEEDEE)
I am a nice sweet girl. Busy body little girl always checking things out! I don't like sitting still so it is hard to get a picture of me in focus. I love to get nummies on my tummy. I am good around other kitties and around dogs too. Foster mom says I need to be part of the circus because I am a curious monkey. She says she can't do a thing without my supervision. I know how much she needs help so I do what I can!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Devin Chickadee (DeeDee)

(FKA Devin)

ID#: VA12365
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
DateIn: 10/27/17
Adopted: 12/29/17
Congrats: Edith
Foster: Debra



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Notes from Home
Chickadee is thriving. Turns out she has a tape work that was causing her problems

(Last update: Jul 6th, 2018 7pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Cosmo (FKA Neal)
ID#: VA12617
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
Date In: 05/13/18
Adopted: 06/02/18
Congrats: Patrick
Foster: Chelsea

Foster Notes

This cat will not tolerate being with a male cat. Usually this is a male cat.Not with Male Cats
COSMO (FKA NEAL)
After a 4 year hiatus, I have returned to Siamese Rescue through no fault of my own or anyone's, really. Sometimes health issues arise that are unforeseen that require major changes but now, I have settled into my foster home and things aren't too bad.

I like to sit on the top of the cat tree and look out the window. I will lay in the cubbie hole in the tree and wait for Foster Meowm to call my name then I give a little "mew" and peek out at her. It is a fun game we play.

There are lots of fun toys to pounce on and play with here. I really like the crocheted ones on a stick and the little catnip ones.

every night before bedtime, I get brushed. My fur is short but thick and brushing feels so good. I will roll all around and purr. Then it is snuggle time!

If I sound like the kind of kitty for you, then ask about me.


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Notes from Home
Cosmo is acclimating wonderfully! Eating, using litter box, sleeping with everyone nightly, cuddling and talking as soon as we get home. Thanks for allowing us to adopt this great cat!
(Last update: Jul 6th, 2018 4pm)

BLUE
Super sweet guy who is very vocal with a meezer voice and ready to tell you what he thinks about life. Very sensitive and wants a human buddy. Has been with his buddy, Callie, since he was a kitten. Would be best as your only cats.
Not a good traveler so no excessive distances to travel to adopter.
Blue
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Blue
ID#: VA12433
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 12/10/17
Adopted: 01/06/18
Congrats: Kira
Foster: Kay



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Notes from Home
I never dreamed the first day with Callie and Blue would be so easy. They travelled great, used the litter box right away, ate and drank welll, and have been so sweet and affectionate. We love them! Thank you to all!

1/11/2018
Blue is such a darling and his weight is already almost back up to where it should be. He's so smart and curious and likes to announce whenever the dog enters the room. 😂 He has also shown signs of that uncanny Siamese sixth sense. He woke me up when I had forgotten to set my alarm (at the right time), and in his second night here he got me out of bed and lead me to my toddler who, it turns out, was about ten seconds from getting sick in her crib. Thanks for looking out for me, bugs!❤️

We can’t imagine our household without our “Blueberry Boy.” He’s so sweet and involved- he’s more like having a very well behaved dog than a cat! He’s had no problems, except for a brief bout of chin acne (got a new bowl), and he’s up over 8 pounds and looks great. We always compliment him on his regal bearing. 😊

(Last update: Jul 6th, 2018 8am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Benjamin

(FKA Casper)

ID#: VA12005
Location:  Georgia
Sex: male
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 04/08/17
Adopted: 06/10/17
Congrats: Katie
Foster: Jo


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
BENJAMIN
How can you resist me?

I mean, just look at how handsome I am and my purrsonality is of a soft, easy going male that loves attention and being brushed.

Purrrrrrrrs

Casper

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Notes from Home
Benjamin has made my house his home, and while he still hisses when his bro Bankcroft comes near, he doesn't get up and leave. Still working out an exercise regimen to get rid of excess weight--hard to control his grazing without cutting into Bancroft's food. We WILL shed the extra cargo, however. Vet examined and reports he's fine otherwise. Love to sit in lap and snuggle, and enjoys visitors. He gets up on card table during game night and sleeps on a corner while we play. And still loves to be brushed. He's a real sweetie, and glad he's here.

Already a year--as most other adopters note, it seems like just yesterday Benjamin entered my life. He's such a sweetheart, loves to kiss and purr. Lap cat extraordinaire, but you have to hold him "just right," with your hands in all the right places, which is a little hard to do while you're trying to read the paper in morning. Otherwise, he chews on the paper or whatever else is taking your attention away from him. He and his bro Bancroft still generally "keep their distance" from each other, but no major upsets. Banks, who is ailing, stays on my bed all day while Ben roams the condo. Diet is still a problem--Ben remains rotund, even after cutting back some on foods. Have to figure out a way for him to get more exercise. We'll get there! Thanks, Siamese Rescue, for another gem of a cat.
07/05/18

(Last update: Jul 5th, 2018 3pm)

MR. PICKLES
I bet you are wondering about my name, well I was in a pickle of sorts, living outdoors and getting picked on. I was not so good at defending myself but I do know one thing about pickles. Some like 'em sweet, some like 'em garlicky, and some like 'em crunchy but I bet you will like me any way!

Love & Tunafish,

Mr. Pickles
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Mr. Pickles
ID#: VA10000
Location:  Kentucky
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 05/06/14
Adopted: 06/15/14
Congrats: Judith
Foster: Jennifer

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
It was a very long weekend for us and Mr. Pickles. Lots of riding in a car. We finally made it home late Sunday afternoon. Glad to get out of the carrter and stretch the legs. Mr. Pickles was allowed to accustom himself to his new surroundings for awhile. Everything was waiting for him, toys, a kitty bed, litter box, food, and water.. He has settled in nicely. He loves to play with his toys. However, he has ignored his kitty bed in favor of mine. He loves to play the "game",m, trying to catch my hand under the covers when I move it around. He is very loving and gives lots of head butts and rub arounds. He likes to lay on my chest and purr when I am laying down. Beautiful kitty. We love him! Thanks to all who helped get him to us!



Mr. Pickles decided he wanted to venture downstairs and do some exploring. All
was cool until one of the Saint Bernards came in. She's good with cats but Pickles didn't want anything to do with her.. He did see a couple of birds perched on the roof of the room below mine. He thought they were very interesting
watched them intently until they flew away.

One month anniversary! Mr. Pickles has devoured his banana toy. He absolutely adores the little mouse on the stick. He is also quite intrigued with playing what we call "the game". He pounces on feet and hands that move under the bed covers. He is very affectionate, giving lots of rub arounds and head butts. Like Serita, he still is not comfortable with being picked up and held. He is a bold explorer and loves to check out the whole house when the dogs are outside.. He sleeps on my bed, ignoring the kitty beds and basket. He does, however, make good use of the scratching post. His favorite window to look out of is the one in the bathroom. It looks out over the back yard, pool, and barn. The barn swallows nesting in the barn are of particular interest to him. He is a joy to play with.

What can I say about Mr. Pickles, or "P" as I sometimes call him? He is a reckless dare devil chasing after his toys and racing from one end of the house to the other. He was totally not interested in the laser light. But he did get a special gift which I hope he will share with Serita, a two level stand to make it easier to look out the bathroom window to watch all the action in the backyard. I did try to take him outside on a leash one day. He slipped the collar so I got a harness. He doesn't particularly like it. We'll keep trying it. P does have one annoying habit. As soon as I finish cleaning his litter box he has to jump in and leave his calling card! Gotta love him.

It is rapidly coming up on the 6 month anniversary of P.'s adoption. It is also very close to Christmas time and that means we'll have to see what he does with the Christmas tree in the house. Could be interesting. Once the kids were back in school and the weather more comfortable for the dogs to


stay outside for several hours, I have been allowing the cats full roam of the house. Pickles loves it and follows me around from room to room while I am doing my chores. He even jumps up on the table to see what I am having for breakfast. He likes cheese but won't touch eggs. He's a nibbles, making frequent trips to his food bowl to have a snack. He still uses the litter box immediately after I clean it, every time. He also follows me into the bathroom when I shower and watches me "clean my fur". He is quite active. He races from one end of the house to the other. He often plays with his toys on my bed. He loves the catnip banana even though all the cat nip is long gone. His favorite sleeping place is a corner at the foot of my bed. Doesn't bother with his kitty bed any more. He has been a joyful, loving addition to our family!

We are at just about the first anniversary of Mr. pickles adoption. He had a very good check up with the vet. His weight has remained fairly stable. He is a snacker, making frequent trips to the food bowl and then racing around the house to burn off energy. He follows me everywhere in the house. This morning I awoke to a big surprise. Somehow my bedroom window screen had been knocked out. There was Serita half out the window and Pickles exploring the roof of the room below my window. Gotta love the kitties. P still loves his catnip banana. He has also been a bit of a kleptomaniac, stealing the younger Grandchildren's slippers and bringing them upstairs. I found a screen house with weighted tubing at the bottom. The kitties and I will be spending some time outdoors this summer relaxing and soaking up the sunshine, running our "paws" through the grass. Can't wait to see their reaction. There is a good place to set up that will be out of reach and sight of the dogs.

Well, the screen house didn't last long. A storm came threw and the umbrella went airborne and smashed the glass table top. It was quite a project picking up all the pieces of glass out of the grass. I even used the shop vac to get all the pieces . The neighbors must have thought I was a little eccentric. Fast forward one year and Mr. Pickles is doing just fine. He has had his yearly checkup and was pronounced healthy. He loves stealing the grandkids small stuffed animals. We have added a kitty shelf in one of the bedroom windows that overlooks the pool and the side yard with a big elm tree and bird feeders. It's one of his favorite bird watching sites. Pickles has his very own kitty bed but prefers to sleep on top of mom. Frequently during the night he awakens me by tapping my face with his paw so I can pet him. He still does not like to be held. Last day of school is tomorrow. Looking forward to being home all day with my kitties. Lots of time for snuggles.

Another year gone by. I retired 6 mos ago and have lots more snuggle time with the fur babies. Pickles is as handsome as ever with his bright blue eyes and silky fur. He loves lots of scratches behind the ears and gives plenty of head bumps and rub around. He still wakes me up during the night by patting my face with his paw to get some more scratches. He is still very playful and active, running from one end of the house to the other. No stuffed animal is safe from his clutches. His collection has grown from all the raids on the Grandsons rooms. Pickles has actually worn out his scratching post from using it so often. His mommy is fixing it with new sisal rope. When done it will be as good as new. He had a good checkup with his Dr.

Big changes in 2018. My son bought his own house in March. The people count went from 6 to just me. Peace and quiet at last! I have been busy repainting and reorganizing, weeding out, and redecorating. My retirement did not last long. A blown engine necessitated me going back to work . After dogs left, the gate at the bottom of the stairs came down. The cats are in 7th Heaven. Pickles follows me all around the house. He is also now climbing into my lap for some one on one time. A few months ago a friend introduced me to a cat/dog mouthwash that is added to their drinking water. Just a capful is added. The redline on P’s gums is gone. His mouth is now healthy and his breath is so much nicer. He still loves his crinkle balls and catnip mouse. His yearly check up with his Dr. went well and he was declared healthy even with a 1 lb weight gain. He loves looking out of all the windows at the birds and racing up and down the stairs. Definitely a happy camper!

(Last update: Jul 4th, 2018 10pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Gracie

(FKA Wendy)

ID#: VA12371
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Ragdoll
Date In: 10/30/17
Adopted: 01/18/18
Congrats: Dori
Foster: Adrian


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
GRACIE
What does a girl have to do to get a little attention? I'm a beautiful fluffy girl, though some people say I look like Grump Cat. I'm not grumpy though, at least not really grumpy. (What princess isn't grumpy, at least occasionally?) I like hanging out in the cat tree or snoozing in an enclosed area. love people and will purr whenever I see someone. I like being petted and brushed to help maintain my beautiful coat. I have great habits and am very low maintenance. Won't you please ask about me?

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Notes from Home
A quick note about Gracie!!
She is the most wonderful pet, "friend", and companion!! It has taken her a long time to really feel "at home", but recently has shown interest in "strangers" coming to visit. For the longest time, my grandson was sure she hated him! The last time he spent the night, Gracie decided he was ok and slept close to him!! In the last month, she has begun to jump up to sit with me or even for morning "conversations" in bed. She has always been very verbal, our frequent conversations last sometimes 10 minutes.
I have decided to take a slow approach with her since she had so many transitions. Her trust level took a long, slow time, but now she seems fully acclimated and loves her "mama" - always big purrs.

My vet loves her and she loves him - she readily goes to him - he gets down on the floor with her! Due to his experience with ragdolls in vet school, (there was a breeder who used their school for her ragdolls so he has extra experience with them) he is convinced she is a ragdoll!! When I first saw her on line, I thought so, too!

I love her so much and I think she feels the same!! Thanks to all who helped with her rescue/adoption!!

(Last update: Jul 4th, 2018 3pm)

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