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MISSY
Do you have a home that is not scary? I am the perfect little gal for someone who loves to nurture and is okay with taking things slowly. I am going to pose for some new pictures so I don't look so scared. This B and B isn't so bad. I get treats on my pillow every night.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Missy

(FKA Celine)

ID#: VA11508
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 06/04/16
Adopted: 06/26/16
Congrats: Ronald
Foster: Julie


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

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Notes from Home
Missy is an amazing little girl. She has been with us for 4 days and she has made leaps and bounds. She hasn't come out of her bed to greet me but if I pet her head and run my hand down her back or side I get a large arch. I stop petting, offer my head and tell her it's okay to come on out. She comes out, she will eat in front of me, she has come nose to nose with me 3 times and leaves quickly. She uses her scratching pad while I'm in the room with her. She purrs a storm and does call out to us (or someone) when we are not in the room with her. She is eating moist and kibbles, good use of the liter box. She grooms in front of us and her coat is being to look and feel better. She is still frightened but has made huge steps. We are so pleased with her and her progress. I can't wait for the day she strolls around the house like a boss!!


7.2.16: Six days with us...Missy is very sweet and seems to enjoy company. She is always a little startled then will offer kisses. I have been sleeping with her but it doesn't appear either of us get much rest. She eats often, has walked over me on two different occasions. She still enjoys pets with elevated rump and high arches. When she thinks I'm asleep she sniffs all around my face, hair, arms knees and feet. Her very long whiskers tickle but it makes me happy she has interest to do so. Ron layed with her yesterday, head positioned elevated in her bed and arm wrapped around her backside. She eventually scooted closer until her head was under his and she pushed as hard/close she could and fell deep asleep. We have to drape a cover as a canapy over her bed or she searches (and usually) finds away under the bed. We are hoping this time all access to under the bed has been blocked. So far she has been better at finding a way in then we have to block it. Seal Point 3/ humans 0. She is a sweet soul who is resilient, a true Seal personality but she doesn't like to be alone at night. If she is alone she cries until someone joins her. She is very quiet during the day.

July 5, 2016. So much progress. This sweet girl wants so much to be loved and to have company. I had to restart this because she decided she wanted to groom herself off the bed and on the floor. Then she kept looking at me so I patted the bed and called her. I meowed several times then she chirped and jump right up next to me rubbing affectionately. She walked across my lap several times then flopped (yesss flopped by me) and hasn't stopped touching me since. Big time grooming with at least one paw on my leg at all times. Currently she has all four paws pressed tight against me. She enjoys being combed, lets me rub her paws and belly. She just fell asleep with 4 paws on my leg and her nose almost touching. She has met our boys, she is very interested in Romeo our 9 yr old. She is intimidating towards Max our 8 month old kitten. No true aggression, we now let the boys come in the room with us as a family when we spend time with Miss. I have slept in the room with her the last couple of nights. She rests now rather than stand on watch. She now looks out the windows instead of hiding from them and the light. She has started playing with me and just tonight lost herself in the game. Attacking and pouncing on the string. She is sweet inside and out and we love her. We are so proud of her progress. I tell her daily that she is not a scaredy cat but one of the bravest girls I know. She is, someone harmed this precious child and it took great courage to trust again. Siri, Dorcey and Julie thank you for allowing this precious soul to grace our home.

7.8.16-Vet meet and greet. Missy must be happy as she gained a 1 1/2 pounds since she came to live with us. She is now a whooping 7 lbs. Vet visit went great although when we carried Missy out of our house (in the carrier) she cried the most heart wrenching meow that it brought tears to my eyes. She quivered the entire ride over and of course was very frightened. After the exam, she returned to the carrier and calmed right down. She knew she was coming home!
She is in great condition and Todd looked at her eyes carefully and told us they eyeball was great and the redness was from the herpes virus. Good news there. She is back in her favorite bed right now grooming herself. She is home, she knows she is home and she is happy! :)

July 20,2016-24 days with us and this brave keeps growing stronger. She comes to the kitchen and eats with the boys. Her liter box is now at the other end of the house in the laundry room. She sleeps with us every night. She and Romeo are working and making small steps forward. Max our kitten likes to play and pounces on her. She's not really enjoying this and usually a stern look sends Max scampering. She's still frightened of loud noises, helicopters, airplanes and thunderstorms. She strolls throughout the house and gazes out the windows in almost bewilderment. She enjoys the light now and sunshine. She doesn't hang with us in the living room but is slowly getting closer. She hangs about 10 feet away but she's out with us and not hiding in "her" room. She meows now and just this morning at 4 am she got the most vocal so far. She almost bellowed. She's small, very petite,sweet and loving. She's still fragile but I know one day she will regain that Meezer strength. She comes to me when I call her, she loves to be petted, whispered to and head kisses. Haven't broken through the being carried but I'm treading very slowly on that as I don't want her to doubt the trust she placed in us. Still waiting on a head it! I love the picture I took of her this morning, little Missy at the large sliding doors. She confidently walked through the living room to those doors, gazed out then upwards to the sky. It makes us so joyful she isn't living in a cage anymoređź’—

8.3.16- What a little treasure she is and our family dynamics keep changing. :) Missy wants to be friends with Romeo (9 yrs) but he flees like he just saw the devil. Max (9 mos) wants Missy and she hisses and bats until he sulks away but I think that is manly because he plays rough like a boy and she probably simply feels attacked. He is now afraid of her but keeps trying anyway. Relentless little critter, I think he will eventually break through and she will realize he just wants to play and run around We are working on that with yum yums (aka whipped cream treat that all three eat together in a close circle). They get a quarter sized squirt and all three come running when I shake the can. :D Missy still sleeps at the foot of he bed but plays footsie with us all night long. She spends more time in the rooms we are in, has finally jumped up on the couch and likes to hang with us there. She still has issues with being picked up but I pick her up several times a day for a very short period and softly put her down. She is getting calmer about being carried especially if I softly talk to her or kiss her on the head. I set her on my lap and she absolutely whimpered the first time so obvious there have been unpleasant experiences in someone's lap. I now pick her up daily and sit with her in my lap. She at first left immediately but now she stays for a minute or so. We continually reinforce the good experiences of being touched and held. She's going to be an awesome loving lap cat one day. I just know it! We just love her and are so amazed and proud of her progress.
9.21.2016 "I am Missy! I am smart. I am beautiful. I am special and I am loved. The those who captured me, tortured me, abused me and caged me for three years, Kiss My Grits! I'm in a real forever home and I discovered today that I really like lying in the sunshine. I love my peeps and am working on loving my bothers. I am somebody! I am special.

5.7.17 Missy checking in... Well I really love my home my Mom was sure I'd be snuggling in her lap and with my brothers by now but nope, I will take my time thank you very much! LOL, that is my little rescue girl. Occasionally she politely asks to come into my lap but it's usually just a walk over. She loves for me to lay on the floor with her and have 1-1 quiet or play time. She sleeps sometimes on the bed or on the couch at the foot of the bed. If I get up at night she jumps right down and follows me around. She especially love quiet 1-1 affection late a night when the house is dark. She nibbles my toes, fingers and kisses my nose. She is still frightened of loud noises and men. She is much better with Dad and lets him pet her but panics if I'm holding her and he approaches. We are slowly working on that. Easter bunny brought a new cat tree so there is actually a picture of the three of them together. Missy, is the beauty in the middle of course. We love her and constantly reinforces the safe place our home is. There is extremely slow movement in friending the boys. I keep trying. ...bottom line is she's a precious sweetheart and it's our goal for her to totally be a peace and be happy.




(Last update: May 7th, 2017 10pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Hamish

(FKA Rascal)

ID#: VA11857
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 8mon
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 12/09/16
Adopted: 12/23/16
Congrats: Erica
Foster: Debi


HAMISH
Purr..purr...purr..purr! That's what I like to do when I see anyone. I'm a social little guy & just love attention. I will need another fur kid at home when I arrive OR at least one coming soon once I arrive home.

Purrs,
Rascal

P.S. - My foster meowm is going to take my photo shoot & video tonight!
Notes from Home
Hamish has turned out to be quite the character. We were looking for a playmate for our 6 month old boy (Wallace) who politely was not messing too much with the old lady cats in the house. I could see that he needed a companion closer to his age. Hamish came in ready to play and hasn't stopped for more than a breath since. He is half the size of Wallace still but is always asking to wrestle and chase and nibble. He is very confident and adventuresome. He doesn't always think out his escape plan. He has a knack for getting into the food closet. If there's a moment of quite its worth taking a peek in there for him. He is very amusing and always seems happy. We enjoy him very much and it seems like he and Wallace will be inseparable.
I think he's going to be tall compared to my other cats. He seems quite leggy at this stage. He's growing fast so I guess we will see :)

5/7/2017
Hamish is still doing very well. He is still pretty non-stop. it is a rare moment when he will cuddle. We enjoy watching his antics so much and find him so entertaining.

(Last update: May 7th, 2017 7pm)

ZOEY
A little spice is nice, right? Well only if you've graduated magna cum laude from Siamese school, because I can be quite spicy. I guess that's what happens when your brain is working extra hard trying to figure everything out, and being a bit defensive when I think I'm challenged. I need a one or two person home, people very experience with sassy Siamese gals, an 'alpha' personality as Aunt Siri says. No other cats please, and definitely no small children. A dog? Well, I watch with interest, but suspect I could be bossy with that slobbering peon if pushed. Good in all habits, although active on my favorite scratching post, which does come with me.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Zoey
ID#: VA11675
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 08/29/16
Adopted: 03/31/17
Congrats: M. Allison
Foster: Siri

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

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Notes from Home
Zoey has been home for over a month now, and is doing well. She is extremely smart, and has so much energy that it's sometimes hard to keep up with her. She definitely has an "in your face" personality, but also is very loving with a wonderful purr that I've been blessed with ever since she arrived here. She definitely thinks she is large and in charge! I think she's glad to have a home where she can be herself. We're still working on what is or is not acceptable behavior here (like NOT jumping on kitchen counters or knocking things on the floor from whatever surfaces she can get on), but things are going well. She is a wonderful cat. I think that some of her crazy behaviors are from being bored, so I'm trying to work on playing with her as much as possible around work. She eats well, and is very good at using her litter box, though is quite energetic at digging in the litter. Oh well, at least I can deal with sweeping the floor as long as she uses the litter box! Sometimes she'll sleep on the bed with me at night (almost right from the first night), and sometimes she'll sleep in her millie bed. Her health seems to be good, and I haven't seen any reason yet to be concerned or take her to the vet. As high strung as she can be, I'm not sure how she'll be at the vet's office, but my vet is good at dealing with "difficult" cats! She has not been the least bit aggressive with me - just very high energy with a high play drive. I think that comes from being so smart and still being young.

5/7/17 - Zoey is doing quite well, still biting some when she gets over stimulated, but not quite as much. I'm trying to keep an eye on her more to anticipate the biting for attention stuff. I took her to the vet last month for a general checkup, and the vet was pleased. She weighed 9.15 pounds, so a bit of a weight gain. She eats quite well - I initially was able to get her to eat some canned food along with the dry, but I think it disagreed with her system (she would vomit soon afterwards). Now she's back to having just the Merrick dry food, which she keeps down. She loves to play, and loves it when I have the windows open so she can sniff the fresh air and watch the birds. She is very smart, so seeing different things going on outside helps keep her mentally stimulated. I've gone through a lot of the freeze dried chicken treats, which she adores. No, she's not getting a lot of them each day, since I want her to have a more balanced diet, but I think she deserves a bit of a treat every day. She does love knocking things off of bookshelves and other surfaces - I think it's mostly an attention seeking thing as she mostly does it when I'm home. She is a sweet little cat, and quite the personality!

(Last update: May 7th, 2017 4pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Maili

(FKA Gina)

ID#: VA11627
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 11mon
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 08/09/16
Adopted: 10/14/16
Congrats: Kelly
Foster: Jeanne


MAILI
I've been here a while and had an adoption pending, which fell through, through no fault of my own.. I've had a rough time of it, but have healed up nicely and ready to go. In the time I've been here I bonded to Milton, so we're paired up to go home together. I'm loving, but on the shy side and need him to help me be brave. He is loving and friendly once he's comfortable with someone.

Ask about us and maybe we can be your new furkids!

Purrs,
Gina
Notes from Home
So excited. MaiLi finally got in my lap last night! She has really started to come out of her shell. She even went so far as to run big brother Loki off his food dish. He tolerates them doing pretty much anything. They sound like herds of wild animals running around.

MaiLi has turned into the most amazing cat! She is the smartest I've ever seen. She plays catch with the ropes she got in her adoption bag. She runs to the door to great any of her humans when they come home and loves to be scratched all over. She plays with both brothers and is absolutely the queen of this house. I don't know how I ever lived without multiple cats, they are the loves of my life.

(Last update: May 6th, 2017 6pm)

ZANE
Just arrived. More information and pictures soon so be sure to check back because Foster Mom already knows I am a lover and can be home in time for Valentines Day!

Love,
Van Morrison
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Zane

(FKA Van Morrison)

ID#: VA9811
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 01/15/14
Adopted: 02/08/14
Congrats: Crystal
Foster: Kathy

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
Zane is doing great. He is an excellent cat. He loves to play and always makes us laugh. He is such a laid back cat and is so sweet with everyone, all the time.

5/4/2017
I can't believe we've had Zane for 3 years. He is the first boy cat I ever had and he is perfect. So good and sweet and loves to play. He wakes us up in the morning with his constant talking. It is the cutest thing and I love hearing his voice. When my husband works nights, Zane lays right beside me, protecting me and never leaving me alone. Zane loves his friend Shyla and both siamese snowshoes lay next to each other or with me. Love my Zane and so thankful I found him and adopted him from Siamese Rescue

(Last update: May 4th, 2017 8pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Simee
ID#: VA5602
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 03/29/08
Adopted: 04/26/08
Congrats: Kim
Foster: Rinn

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
SIMEE
Oh, boy, foster mom says with this picture you're never going to believe that I need socialization and that I have a very strong instinct to hide! Can I help it if it felt good to be petted? I'm pretty good at mugging for the camera as long as foster mom sits perfectly still. Once she moves, I get all nervous and have to find a safe spot to hide. What's there to hide about, you say? Well, at the car dealership where I was born last October, my kitty mom taught me that there is plenty to be wary of. I've been living outside all of my young life and surviving was the name of the game.

But now I'm finding a warm spot to lay and food to eat anytime I want. And foster mom's hands sure do feel good after I decide not to be afraid. She thinks I'll be just fine with other cats and a calm household. I'm not sure about dogs yet. She'll let you know on that one. I'm going to take a lot of patience, understanding and firm but kind hands to learn that things inside with humans are OK. Do you have lots of time and patience to help a young, handsome guy learn what life's all about?

Love, Simee

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Notes from Home
Wow, Hard to believe it has been 9 yrs already. Simee and Bandito (Our two recue boys) are still best pals and absolute love bugs.
Simee is still a little shy. It's just an inherent part of his personality but using a whole lot of patients and loving kindness has really brought him out of his shell. He has a very close relationship with me but also loves our other family members as well. (He does still hide from them sometimes but usually not with me) We give him the space he needs to feel comfortable.
On a sad note....Last August our 20 yr old female tabby rescue named Gabby died. Both of the boys showed visable signs of sadness and depression over her loss. It's never easy to lose one of your fur-babies.
One of the coolest new developments for Simee has been him learning to do some tricks on demand for treats like Bandito. He now gives paw for treats and stands up tall with his paws on my leg to be picked up. Now if I can teach him the complicated roll over trick that I taught Bandito we will really have our Siamese circus act...lol.
Simee is doing very well on his special food for his urinary tract issue. Over all both boys are very happy, playful, and healthy.....knock wood.
All the best to our friends at the VA Siamese Cat Rescue,
Kim Dulak and Family
Simee and Bandito too....

(Last update: May 3rd, 2017 6pm)

MOONY
Shy, but hopeful! Quieter home and some loving and I should be right as rain!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Moony
ID#: VA10705
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 04/11/15
Adopted: 05/03/15
Congrats: Eowyn
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

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Notes from Home
May 7, 2015 - Moony is settling in very well. We have her in her own room and she was willing to come out and eat with us in the room (at the other end) by the end of the first night. By the next morning, she would come out with some coaxing and purr up a storm when we petted her. Last night she started looking like she wanted to play rather than just get attention. I tossed a toy and she pounced on it, I tossed it again and she pounced on it, wrestled, kicked, then carried it off with her. Today we introduced her to a toy on a string on a wand. She LOVED it and when I took it away after a few minutes she spent the next several minutes systematically searching the room for that toy. She seems to not at all be bothered by the trains passing by or the comments from the other cats on the other side of the door. We don't want to introduce them until we get her checked and get everyone's claws trimmed.

May 17, 2015 - We are experimenting with different names for 'Moony'. She was very well behaved at the vet visit and was up to 6.4 lbs. We have been transitioning her to the food that the boys eat and there seems to be no GI distress. She has settled into her room VERY well. We have let her loose in the house (with the boys locked up and after several hours she was curled up on the clean laundry taking a bath. We have started face-to-face introductions. The first one didn't go well (Touchstone got terrified and I got scratched in his eagerness to get out of town. However, since then things have gone well. She and Feste have gotten the closest and while she warns him to not come too close if he is looking at her. When he isn't looking at her she will approach him. This morning she jumped over the cat tree (on its side for now) to land about 8 inches from him. He looked a little startled but other than that didn't really react. If she hisses, he will hiss back but his posture is very calm. Hers is fairly calm as well she just doesn't want him looking at her from too close a space and he is giving her that space. Touchstone is staying about 8-10 feet back watching with interest. She is very demanding of attention when we are in there with her alone and is starting to want some attention when the door is open. We are still separating them when we aren't at home and today is the first time we are letting them together without one of us right there to watch though I am keeping my ears open.

May 20, 2015 - the 3 cats are now fully integrated. The most worried of the existing cats was playing with one of his favorite toys this morning. She and Feste are getting close to each other and trying to figure out how to play. She ended up taking control of the toy-on-a-string session last night. She is comfortable enough with the boys to turn her back on them to take a bath and comes waltzing through the doorway around them (though she will accelerate a bit). She has been running all over the house and really playing with the various toys when we throw them for her. She is learning our routines and setting herself up for meeting us where we can pet her or play with her as we do things. When my Mom came to let her out a couple of days ago she was willing to play with Mom as well.

June 2, 2015 - The 3 cats are becoming very well integrated. Chris & I were on vacation and my Mom cat-sat for us. 'Moony' quickly learned that Mom had the same rules we do (it rains in the bathroom, it rains if you try to get to our food). She started doing lap sitting with Mom and really latched onto her. To the point that she would shove one of the boys out of the way if Mom was petting them. She and Feste are starting to really play with each other. There is still the occasional hiss to indicate desire for personal space but that is all. She is incredibly athletic and creative in her play (I've never seen any cat bunny-kick a cat tree while climbing the trunk).

June 22, 2015 - the 3 cats are very well integrated now. I have seen some play behavior in all of the 2-cat permutations. Touchstone took the longest but he is now willing to hunker & pounce toward her face (quick paw to the forehead then sit and look). We had some visitors on Friday afternoon and all three came out to say howdy and 'Moony' put on quite a show playing with toys and running around. She has really learned our routines and sets herself up as toll-keeper to insist on attention at strategic locations and times.

November 2015 - we are sticking with the new name we came up with "Schlau Mau" aka clever cat. She is very clever and thinks things through. She has a routine where I am expected to worship her when I come out from taking my middle of the night medication. I can now trim the claws on one complete paw before she says "enough". She is sleeping on the bed with the boys but not in a heap (yet) and it is hard to believe we have only had this wonderful little girl for 6 months.

March 2016 - She is getting more and more comfortable with us and demanding of attention. I have seen her exchange a quick lick with Touchstone. She is often sleeping on the bed with me (though not against me). We still regularly see all combinations of a pair of the cats (and occasionally all three) go flying by.

May 2017 - Schlau (FKA Moony) has really come into her own. She was a champ at the vet for her check-up. She has quite a few routines that she regularly requests our participation in (morning toss the ball up to the landing so she can chase it down, get petted while at the computer. She is still a bit shy about attention if she isn't already sitting/lying down. However she is starting to sit down to get the scratching she loves. She is starting to be much more comfortable with being picked up and letting me mess with her mouth in preparation for training her for teeth brushing. She is being a bit nervy but improving about her claw trimming. Finding the correct treat to motivate her helped a lot.

(Last update: May 3rd, 2017 9am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Asher Angel

(FKA Asher)

ID#: VA11505
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 06/04/16
Adopted: 10/29/16
Congrats: Tony
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
ASHER ANGEL
I went home as a kitten, but life changed. Husband, children, a dog were added. I had some trouble adjusting.

So here I am again, this time looking for a quieter home, one on one I'd be purrfect. Lovely lovely cat, thanks to my first Meowm who loved me dearly! If matched with another cat, no bossy divas or queen bees, I need gentle souls just like me and I'd really like a cat that like me, because I really do like other cats. I'm not an active scratcher, i do need a quiet home.

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Notes from Home

Six months after his adoption, it seems as if Asher Angel has always lived with us! He likes to lounge in his favorite window seat each morning and watch the neighborhood kids wait for the school bus. He plays ferociously with his wand toys. Asher Angel happily cleans his bowl when he eats. He is impeccable with his litter habits, and has never missed the box. He always uses his appropriate scratchers. He loves being brushed. He is very generous with his cheek rubs and nose kisses. At bedtime he climbs into his Millie Bed, and sleeps soundly through the night. Asher Angel is happy, confident and loving. We cherish him and are so grateful to all the folks at Virginia Siamese Rescue who helped to make our adoption of him possible. Thank You!

(Last update: May 3rd, 2017 8am)

SUSU
Mature female Siamese cat looking for a mature human male or female to bond with for the rest of their lives. The human must swear off all other cats as I am looking for a serious person who will be satisfied with one feline relationship. The human considered must understand that I get jealous and need to be spoiled. There can be no one night stands since I have been disappointed before by humans who have left me (death was not a good excuse). Good health is required since the successful human will not have my permission to get sick. The Benefits are; meaningful conversations when you come home from work, company on the sofa while you are watching tv, and sleeping with me at night.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Susu
ID#: VA10228
Location:  Connecticut
Sex: female
Current Age: 17 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
DateIn: 08/14/14
Adopted: 10/31/14
Deceased: 03/03/17
Congrats: Kaethe
Foster: peter


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
Susu is adjusting very nicely. She seems to like all members of our family -- not always the case with Siamese cats! She has been playing musical beds lately, deciding, I think, on what she likes best. First the new Millie bed in our room, then in bed with us, and lately the MIllie bed in the studio. She's also much more agile than we expected of a 14+ year old cat. She can jump up on high beds and onto a hip-high shelf in Paw's amoire. Susu shows us her inner kitten, too, playing with my yarn or threads when I am knitting or stitching. She loves to be next to one of us and will cram herself into a small bit of a seat if that is all that's left. It looks uncomfotable to me, but her motor starts running almost immediately, so she's clearly happy!
She has just come in to supervise this update and reminded me to say hello to everyone, especially Foster Meowmy and Pops and their Toby.

Current Status (7 November 2016): Susu has had an eventful two years with us and proudly bears the designation B.C.E.: Best Cat Ever. In June of 2015, she underwent gall bladder surgery to remove a pair of stones. The operation was only partially successful: one stone was removed before the surgeon felt Susu needed to come out from under anesthesia. She had also had a stroke previous to the surgery, but no one recognized that until after her recovery was so slow that the internist took a closer look. After more than a year of recovery, including steroids to prompt appetite and support her liver, Susu is now completely off medicine, has a gorgeous winter coat going on, and is every bit as healthy and active as a 16 1/2 year old ought to be. She snuggles with all of us, loves to be in the same room with whomever is home, and is insistent upon a strict meal schedule. She does NOT like car rides, but after so many trips to the vet and a lengthy stay in the hospital, who can blame her?

May 3, 2017 Susu left us some time during the night. After returning from a wonderful week at the beach, where she ate like a champ (the sea air, you know!), she began to decline, refusing food, sleeping more, and becoming gradually less mobile until she was unable to support herself on her back legs. We had two visits with the vet last week to make sure all was as good as could be and that Susu was comfortable. She continued to interact with us up to the end, even purring as we petted her. Syringe feedings were not her favorite, but she accepted them with good grace, as she did the subcu fluids we gave her. Her last day was filled with cuddles and a visit from Long Tail Girl (Susu's human sister) and supervising Meowmy in the kitchen from her Millie Bed on the counter. 2 1/2 years with the Best Cat Ever is not enough, but we are grateful for the time we had, especially the almost 2 years post-surgery.

(Last update: May 3rd, 2017 8am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Lucy

(FKA Nonni)

ID#: VA12012
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
Date In: 04/15/17
Adopted: 04/24/17
Congrats: Kendra
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 female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
LUCY
I've come back to the Center after my loving family hit some rough patches. I'm looking for a quieter home - stay tuned while I share more!
Notes from Home
4/24/17: First night at home Nonni is exploring and affectionate
5/2/17: Week One is over. Nonni continues to be affectionate. Still isolated from Bodhi but becoming more curious about what's outside her bedroom door.

(Last update: May 2nd, 2017 7pm)

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