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The Meezers on these pages have been adopted and are now in their new homes. These pages allow the adopters to provide updates and pictures of their new cats for their friends and our volunteers to see.
Only cats with updates are listed below. If you are an adopter and would like to make an Update, visit your Application Status page and look in the Previously Adopted section for the Update button.

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EMBER
My brother Oisin and I want to go home together.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Ember

(FKA Perth)

ID#: VA12040
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 3mon
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 05/13/17
Adopted: 06/04/17
Congrats: Sarah
Foster: Debra


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Notes from Home
Ember is adjusting well and is quite the outgoing gal. She's more fearless than her brother, but he's warming up nicely too. She is loads of fun!
(Last update: Jun 18th, 2017 8pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Finn
ID#: VA11866
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 12/14/16
Adopted: 01/29/17
Congrats: Sarah
Foster: Carole


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
FINN
Not sure whether you want a dog or a cat? Well, I could be the answer to your dilemma. I will follow you around like a puppy. I'm outgoing, curious, a little mischievous and playful, but I also enjoy lap time and don't need to be walked when it's cold or rainy outside. The best of both worlds.

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Notes from Home
Finn is adjusting well to the new kittens. We have really enjoyed having him in our home.
(Last update: Jun 18th, 2017 8pm)

THUMPER
I was in a home, then out on the street, then back in a home, then transferred to this home. This is a lot of moving in a month so I am still adjusting but I do enjoy human companionship. I like to receive pets and sit next to you.

i am in search of a furever friend. Someone to talk gently to me, gently scratch my back and let me know that I am home. Could this be you?
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Thumper
ID#: VA12042
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 05/14/17
Adopted: 06/02/17
Congrats: Edi
Foster: Chelsea

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
After spending the first few days under the bed, Thumper emerged and let us know that he likes pets and scritches, and thinks he has a great future as a lapcat! And he likes to talk, and talk, and talk. He and our resident kitty Lola are getting used to each other after their gradual introduction. Mostly, they seem to have a peaceful coexistence, but there have been the occasional paw swipes and wrestling. No hissing or growling, so we think they are just getting used to each other and will be good friends!
(Last update: Jun 17th, 2017 4pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Cooper
ID#: VA11992
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 03/30/17
Adopted: 06/14/17
Congrats: Caryl
Foster: Belinda


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
This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
COOPER
Hi, my name is Cooper. I arrived last month with my son, Snow. We are both purebred Siamese kitties from Virginia Beach, but we don't have our original papers. I'm a gorgeous hunk of Sealpoint if I do say so myself! I'm a little shy until you get to know me, but once I get used to you, I'm all about kisses, hugs, and following you around.

Two things. I am in great health, except that I do have a Grade II-III heart murmur. You would never know it if I didn't tell you! It's just something to keep in mind down the road. And two - my son Snow and I are a package deal. If you adopt me, you get Snow for no fee. Likewise, if you really want Snow, you get me too! It's a two-fer! The reason is because Snow has never known life without me, and he is really shy until he gets to know you. In our old home, we were both really close to our owner, but we've never been around other people. It would be best if we stayed together.

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Notes from Home
The Tale of Dad Cooper and Scaredy Cat Son Snow

13 June Picked them up and got them home in the late afternoon and settled, which means they hid under the bed. I had put the crates on the bed and opened the doors, but they remained in them, unmoving (quite catatonic, actually) until I left the room. Well, Cooper did involuntarily move his ears a couple of times when I said his name, but Snow adhered tightly to Cat Behavior Rule 3 (If you don't move, you can't be seen.). They were obviously upset as their world had once again been turned over topsy turvy.

15 June Whoa! I was cleaning the litter box this morning and Cooper came out from under the bottom bunk bed, to inspect what I was doing and evidently assess how I petted. I was able to stroke him about 3 or 4 times (I think he approved of my style) and then he decided it was enough for a first time and went back under the bed to tell Snow about his foray. A few minutes later, I heard water lapping and looked. Snow's head was at the edge of the bed drinking, then he took a few dry morsels and retreated to the depths of the bed cave. I continued working at the computer.
Wow! I just swiveled around in my chair to look at the edge of the bed and Cooper was right behind me on the top of his scratching post window lookout, which is right behind my chair at the computer desk. I never heared him jump up--a real stealth cat. I petted him and he accepted it tentatively, then more and more, then acted positively love starved and started purring and head rubbing on my hands. Awww.. he just rubbed his head against my face and did a quick lick to the end of my nose!
I returned to typing at the computer. Ooo! Ooo! Cooper just gave me a little meow, reminding me he was behind me, wanting to be petted! This is great! I hadn't expected Cooper to make any overtures for a few more days, and Snow for several weeks. So, it was quite exciting! Especially that Snow was confident enough to come to the edge of the bed while I was in the room!
Later in the evening, I returned to their bedroom and Cooper came right out to greet me. I had been petting my dog. When I went to pet him, he moved his head away and insisted on sniffing my fingers. His body posture clearly stated an indignant, "Yuck! Dog!" He then quickly licked the fingers on both hands [he actually did do that], then said sternly, "Next time wash your hands yourself before you pet me if you've touched a dog!" (So much can be said in one short, tiny meow.)

16 June Cooper discovered the top bunk (which has some papers and miscellaneous things on it). He jumped up with his back to my 2 foot high and wide stuffed animal chicken. He sniffed what was in front of him, turned around, saw the chicken staring at him, did a startled double take, hesitated for one more glance, then jumped down in a hurry and ran under the bottom bunk again. I called him, but he didn't come out. I listened closely and swear I heard a faint mumble that sounded like, "..and then I saw Godzilla Chicken..." as he told his son about his adventure.

17 June Cooper is now my buddy. Snow is still hiding, but doesn't freeze anymore when I look at him under the bed and will move his ears and head, contemplating me when I say hi and make silly cooing noises.
Cooper is very inquisitive. If I am right there by his side, he is very brave. If I am not, he is cautiously inquisitive. He loves it if I move something or make a noise. He likes to investigate, immediately. He is talking to me more (meowing), commenting on things. He now jumps up on my desk and gets in the way of what I'm doing if I don't pay him enough attention (in his opinion). And he played with his circle ball toy this morning. Whoops! There goes the kleenex box Whoops! There go the pencil and the computer mouse 6+8525252525252525246 (his typing). Whoops! Caught the glass just in time. I'm a little surprised he's not interested in wand play. Maybe later. When I'm working on the computer, he lies patiently on his window perch behind me, waiting for when I swivel around and pet him and tell him he's very handsome.
He heard Pippin (the dog) outside the door and went to the door. I cracked the door open about 3 inches. Pippin and Cooper stared at each other almost nose to nose, motionless, both of them. I closed the door. Short, good first meeting. A few minutes later, he walked to the door again and looked at me. I went over and opened it for him a little. He looked out. No dog. He sniffed a little, then walked away and I closed the door again.

(Last update: Jun 17th, 2017 2pm)

SINDA
I'm still trying to figure out why my life has changed so much but I'm slowly adjusting to my new foster home.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Sinda
ID#: VA12056
Location:  Massachusetts
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 05/23/17
Adopted: 06/10/17
Congrats: Andre H
Foster: Lisa


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

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Notes from Home
Good morning All!!! First let me thank you all for helping me adopt Sinda, my new companion and I are doing fine, he's a little testy but getting better every day..He eat everything in site, uses the litter box well, from day one...Today we played for the first time with the fishing pole toy which allowed him to keep a distance from me...He still like's to hiss Sinda doesn't hide all the time he will come out and eat or take a treat from me..When I leave the room he no-longer run's away instead he look's out to hallway,living rm area...I'm going to keep him here in my office for at least part of another week, then open the door and let him decide if he want's to venture out..He would only have access to a couple room, the other would be closed off till he has his bearing...
I'm using OKO-CAT litter, made from wood not clay, no deodorant and it clumps well, no odor...Any comment's ???
Thank's Andre'

(Last update: Jun 16th, 2017 11am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Mr. Pickles
ID#: VA10000
Location:  Kentucky
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 05/06/14
Adopted: 06/15/14
Congrats: Judith
Foster: Jennifer

Foster Notes

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

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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.

(Last update: Jun 15th, 2017 10am)

ELSA
I will warm your lap, give you nose kisses, and tell you my opinion about everything. Love and kisses! Who needs more than one when the one is a beautiful and engaging as me?

I do have some tummy issues and get a little cranky when they are bothering me. Can you blame a gal once in a while if she doesn't feel good? But now that my tummy issues are straightened out it is so much easier to be nice!

I am going to be so rewarding for the person that give me a chance.

Love,
Elsa.

(Elsa does not particularly like car rides so no long transports please. She also had some trust issues with hands, but once she trusts you all is good. Very food motivated.)
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Elsa
ID#: VA11828
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 11/23/16
Adopted: 05/15/17
Congrats: John
Foster: Julie

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 being with a male cat. Usually this is a male cat.Not with Male Cats
This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
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
Elsa is doing one happy cat! She is overseeing this message. She loves new toys, and her favorite is the wrap from the top of any bottle. She chases it all over the house! She loves the living room window, of course.
(Last update: Jun 15th, 2017 6am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Claire

(FKA Hester)

ID#: VA11858
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
Date In: 12/10/16
Adopted: 05/24/17
Congrats: Courtney
Foster: Julie

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
CLAIRE
LAP CAT in need of a lap to make biscuits on! I was obviously someone's very special cat at one time and would really like to have my own lap back!!!!!!!!!!!

I do have some arthritis. My blood work is beautiful. I needed regular fluids for a while, but it seems like a bump in the road. Foster mom keeps asking me what happened while I was living outside. She thinks that maybe I was hit by a car because so many tender spots are now gone and I don't seem to need fluids any more. She thinks that maybe my kidneys were bruised. I really don't know. But I feel so much better that I am starting to play just a little bit. And I am now using the scratching pad. And I want out of the foster room.

Other cats are okay.

Remember. LAP WANTED!
Notes from Home
Claire is continuing to do well in her new home. She has free reign of the house now but just wants to be where the people are. She definitely lives up to her description as a lap cat! She is also very curious to meet new people when we have friends and family over to visit. She pretty much has two speeds--running all over the place chasing her toys or snoozing away. She also loves to sunbathe in the window.
(Last update: Jun 14th, 2017 10pm)

LI LING
Where is my special lap? I am about as perfect as a cat can get! Loyal, talkative, snuggler, perfect litter box habits.

Please bring me home!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Li Ling

(FKA Milkshake)

ID#: VA11814
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Blue
DateIn: 11/13/16
Adopted: 03/21/17
Congrats: Luci
Foster: Julie

Foster Notes

This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs

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Notes from Home
LiLing is doing well and is really affectionate and happily adjusted in her new furever home. Oliver and LiLing are still going through an an adjustment phase, but things are really improving between the two of them. LiLing is losing weight as the vet suggested. She has lost .65 pound so far and we will have her weighed periodically at the vet to keep her on course.

June 14, 2017
LiLing now knows her new name and comes when called from another room. I use a little sing-song way of saying her name and she has started to run to me when I call her. LiLing is no longer being placed in her room during the night to prevent her from chasing Oliver and tormenting him. Oliver and LiLing are now able to be in the same room and behave in a civil manner. Oliver tries to keep close to me for a little protection when moving from room to room but most of the time it is not necessary. LiLing has lost a little bit of interest in charging him and I guess some of the fun has gone out of her game. They have even been seen sitting on the counter within a few feet of one another for a short time. Since LiLing is not confined to her room at night she has not yet started to join us in the bedroom. Oliver and Mataji sleep on the bed but LiLing has not started this routine, but I believe she will in time. However, she does jump onto the bed early in the morning and want a little snuggling. She also wants me to get up and feed her. She is still watching her weight and is looking slimmer and quite lovely. She is the biggest sweetheart ever, and I love her.

(Last update: Jun 14th, 2017 9pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Thai

(FKA Tiger)

ID#: VA12030
Location:  Indiana
Sex: male
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
Date In: 04/30/17
Adopted: 05/27/17
Congrats: Denise
Foster: Deirdre

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
THAI
Vocal, needy, seal pointed purring machine! Loves attention, being brushed and just hanging out with his purrson. At night, Tiger cuddles next to you and will keep you company.

Best matched with a quiet home, maybe a retired or work from home, with lots of lap and cuddle time. Tiger would make a wonderful companion for an older person as he is gentle and very affectionate. Children or boisterous dogs would overwhelm him.

Tiger is a seriously nice cat with a sensitive nature and innate intelligence that will delight.

Click on "ASK ABOUT ME" to learn more about Tiger!



Notes from Home
Thai has adapted much quicker than we expected!!
Under the bed is his safe place - and he likes to snooze there occasionally- but his happy place is out with us!! Or sleeping at night with us!!
He has started sitting on my lap!! Total bonus!!! And he is a purring machine!
Today he pulled a toy out of his toy box and initiated play!!!
He tolerated our move to Florida well and is loving the birdcaged lanai - every day a new sight, smell or sound!
We are thrilled!

(Last update: Jun 14th, 2017 12pm)

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