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Nelson is the King of Laid Back! He has no worries and simply goes with the flow. He is extremely affectionate and loves to make air biscuits. Because of his laid back personality, he would do well in a family with children. He showed me this week that he really likes dogs by headbutting my dog and then rubbing against her each time he saw her :) He also would do well with other cats. He is just as easy going as they come!

Name: Sometimes Nelson, but leaning

(FKA Nelson)

ID#: VA11450
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 05/10/16
Adopted: 05/28/16
Congrats: Donna
Foster: Michelle


Notes from Home
Nelson continues to be a joy. His vet calls him Baby Face Nelson. He is healthy, playful and just loves people. Seems the more the better. Our grandkids love him too!

Baby face Nelson is doing great. Such a people cat! He loves company, very sociable. Even non-cat lovers (hard to understand but we know some) are won over by his charms. His new brother Tony tolerates him very well too. They even do the bookend thing on occasion.

Nelson, aka ROCCO, is the best. He has so much,personality! He runs to the door when we come home or to greet visitors. He even walks us to the door when we leave. We had several house guests this year and he was a big hit with everyone. We call him a puppy because he follows us all around the house. He and his adopted brother like their daily play time too. We haven't found a toy yet that Rocco won't play with! He sleeps at the foot of our bed every night and loves to watch the geckos from his screened porch. We consider ourselves very lucky to have found him. Thanks to everyone who made this match possible.

(Last update: Nov 28th, 2016 2pm)

Name:   Taj
ID#: VA8399
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 17 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 03/04/12
Adopted: 03/17/12
Deceased: 11/30/16
Congrats: Judy
Foster: Teresa

Facebook? Fate? or Faith? one of those or a combo of all three...I have a great home coming to me....thank you SR!

TJ (my new initials)
Notes from Home
Taj had to be put to sleep on Saturday. I will miss this special gallant soul
(Last update: Nov 28th, 2016 11am)


I'm Jerry. When I first got here I was so scared and depressed that I wouldn't eat and Meowmy had to syringe food into my mouth. She petted me and loved on me and helped me be brave and now she says I'm a total love bug. I head butt her and rub all over her.

I'm thinking I'd like to be friends with the other cats here, but they others hiss and growl at me when I try to say hello, so I just sit on Meowmys lap and hang out. I also like little dogs. I used to live with a Pug and and MinPin.

If I sound like I'd fit into your family, please ask about me so I can go to a place where the other cats like me.

Name:   Jerry
ID#: VA11444
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 05/06/16
Adopted: 05/28/16
Congrats: Harvey
Foster: Jeanne


Notes from Home
Jerry has settled in wonderfully. It took him a few months to adjust to his new home but all of his bad behaviors from his previous life are all gone. He is till very skittish but we make him comfortable and I think he really loves it here. He has become much more vocal which is great, his coat has filled out and become super healthy, and he loves our other cat (they are inseparable. They play and sleep together all the time).
(Last update: Nov 28th, 2016 9am)

Name:   Simba
ID#: VA9350
Location:  Connecticut
Sex: male
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 06/23/13
Adopted: 11/18/13
Congrats: Leona
Foster: peter

Foster Notes

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 any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat

I know you are probably thinking "why is such a gorgeous young meezer boy hanging out on this website so long" and the answer is that I'm being picky!!

If you are looking for a young man with tons of energy to burn, then I'm your guy. I need to play, I need to race and run about...get out that wand toy, get out that laser pointer and let's have some fun.

Come on, ask about me! Foster Pops really wants to see me be in a home of my own without any feline competition for attention. (I'm tiring the old guy out...so much fun.) I'm looking forward to hearing from you. Gotta run and catch those sunbeams.

On my part I promise to be good to the furniture, to always use the kitty box, and to follow you around when you come home to talk to you about your day.
Notes from Home
Simba is doing great. He is much loved. We are having such a good time with him. He owns this house we are just guest. Now that it is warm and the windows are open he is in every one of them checking out the scene. I can't imagine my life without him. He is such a delight. I am amazed how far he has come. Cuddles with us, talks up a storm. And when Stella my sister-in-law's dog visits Simba is in total control. He is in charge and this is his home. He is just full of it. Fresh fresh fresh and I love that about him. Fun to come home to greet me every night at the door. Best choice I ever made adopting Simba.

A lot has happened this past year. Simba caught his first mouse,we were so proud of him. He spends most nights hunting on mom's side of the house that seems to be where they get in. He has got lucky twice. The second mouse we were able to rescue and release outside. He is up most nights on the prowl comes to bed early morning to cuddle and have his belly rubbed. Loves to be in the kitchen when we are cooking always hoping for a hand out, he has no problem letting us know what he wants. If he thinks he is being ignored he will whack you in the legs then take off it is his form of tag. He had his vet check up and Houdini managed to get out of the carrier and crawl all over the car, use ties to keep the carrier closed on the way home. He seemed OK once we got back in the car to go home I wonder if he thought we were giving him away. Like that is ever going to happen he is family now.

It's hard to believe two years have passed Simba has truly evolved into the cat he was always met to be. He is quite a character. He rules the house and is truly an Alfa male,he is not afraid of Stella my sister in laws sheltie when she is here he keeps her in her place. He has nailed Stella a few times so she is wary of him it is funny to watch them work out their turf.The only time they call a truce is when food is being prepared and they are side by side begging.

Simba now ventures out when we have guest,he even lets of them pet him, he has come a long way and feels very safe in his home. He now cuddles with both of us sleeping between us at night. Bird watching is still his favorite pass time,he loves it when the turkeys come close to the house,tail twitching and chirping. We both truly enjoy him.

(Last update: Nov 27th, 2016 9pm)

I came from a hoarder home where none of us got much attention - there were 50 of us. I'm not scared of people, but I haven't yet figured out that people can be good things. I love other cats - every sex, every shape, every color. I am very playful, and really love to romp and play with toys. I am neat in my litter box. I love sitting in the sun in a cat tree. I love my food, especially the canned kind with chunks and gravy (oh, how I love the Fancy Feast gravy lovers but I also eat the good kinds too, like Blue Buffalo flaked chicken in sauce). I do not scratch inappropriately. I talk to foster mom, and do not run away from her. However I do prefer that she only pets me a little, and only when I am in the cat tree. Why? Because, that's why! I do talk to her, especially if she is late with breakfast.

I am very happy here, and slowly getting more social. Do you have a cat that needs a friend? Then maybe I am the friend he or she needs, as I love everyone and I am sure I would like your lonely kitty too. Ask about me - take a chance! I am not one of those needy kitties that has to be draped on you every waking moment, I do not get jealous if you pet your other kitties instead of me. I will play with all those toys that your picky cats have scorned. I am a very pretty and petite darker seal point, but love to tease foster mom into thinking she can get a nice picture of me and then I move.

So - take a chance, and ask about me! Who knows, I might be just what you and your other cat or cats are looking for.
Name: Madalena

(FKA DeDe)

ID#: VA11529
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 06/18/16
Adopted: 11/12/16
Congrats: Selma L
Foster: Jackie

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


Notes from Home
No pictures yet, but Madalena has taken over. Who would have thought that she would be such a diva? She is extremely active and now knows the house from top to bottom. She approaches me of her own free will, but still won't let me touch her. That's fine with me; what's important is that she is interacting with Jeremiah, as I had hoped she would. I love that she is very vocal, especially because Jeremiah essentially has no voice (chirps and squeaks). I am hoping that by February they will be so used to each other that I can bring in another...
(Last update: Nov 27th, 2016 2am)

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Name:   Malia
ID#: VA11768
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 9mon
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 10/22/16
Adopted: 11/12/16
Congrats: Lisa
Foster: Nancy

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
Sweet and gentle, but I do need a little time to get to know you.

I'm now coming right up to foster mama for pets and rubs. I'm not a fan of being picked up
and cuddled YET, but I think I will like it.

I love to play. That mouse on the wire is the BOMB!! I even share nicely with Kai and
younger roomie Scooter.

We all came from a 50 cat hoarder In MD and we are definitely enjoying the smalller


No new pictures yet
Notes from Home
Malia, now Kaiyah Malia, has made a nice transition to her new home. She passed her vet check up with flying colors. She greets me every morning - she's finding her voice. Right now she squeaks like a mouse. Kaiyah is becoming more and more playful, though she can still be a bit scared at times. She does jump up to be petted, and likes this. Basically, she is learning to trust us - she did well with visitors, also, coming out to play and allowing them to pet her. What huge progress she has made!
(Last update: Nov 26th, 2016 5pm)

This foster home a pretty good gig. Plenty of food and lots of love. Speaking of love, I really like to be petted, and I don't mind being held. I'm a pretty laid back kinda guy, and I even have a few words of conversation now and then. I was a stray but foster mom says I must have belonged to somebody because I'm so nice! I met the dog here, and she's not so bad. I get along with all the cats too! Do you have room in your heart for a handsome boy with big blue eyes to gaze into? That's me!
Name: George Orwell

(FKA Linc)

ID#: VA11257
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 12/16/15
Adopted: 05/07/16
Congrats: Elizabeth
Foster: Rinn

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
11/26 @ 6.5 months
Everyone is lovely here. George Orwell is happy and feels more and more secure every day.

Even though Georgie integrated very quickly, it's interesting that I can still see little bits of additional relaxation with each passing day. He used to always stand up when petted him. Now, he is comfortable remaining lying down and just lifting his head. He now loves to stretch out and have his chin and neck rubbed whereas he used to be more comfortable sticking with head petting and behind his ears. He used to trot fast when traveling between rooms. Now he is more likely to saunter or pause in the hallway if he feels like it. He still loves to groom but is slightly less obsessive about it.

We had a breakthrough in nail clipping thanks to Maggie. One day, Maggie saw that Georgie was nervous when I was clipping his nails. So, she came over and inserted herself to have hers done. She sat purring and blinking her eyes at Georgie while I clipped her nails. He watched the process very intently. Then, when her turn was over, he came over to have his finished too. Since then, it's been much easier. I can't say he likes it, but he's much less anxious about it since she showed him that it is ok.

Georgie likes to be close to both Maggie and me when resting. He often sits with a paw or his tail touching one of us. If I go out, i usually come home to find Maggie and Georgie sleeping along side each other on the bed. Overall, Georgie would like the whole family to hang out in the same room all the time. If Maggie has gone to sleep in the bedroom and I am out in the living room, Georgie will check both places and rub up against me demanding attention. If I then go move to the bedroom to read my book, Georgie settles down next to us and purrs and purrs with the joy of having his whole family together.

Georgie still has his pot belly but since his digestion is stable and he seems otherwise healthy and unbothered, we're just letting it ride. Not worth risking further tests with his heart murmur.

The two kitties and I are a great team. Georgie just wants to belong. Maggie wants everyone to be happy. And I want us all to get along. It makes for a happy and harmonious household.

9/19 @ 4.5 months
Georgie is doing splendidly. His protein counts on his last vet visit were normal and his pot belly, although not gone yet, has reduced slightly. He's gained more than a pound and a lot of it is muscle. His neck, shoulders and spine are not as boney and he seems stronger too. His fur has also grown thicker, plush and soft. His poo is still quite stinky and tummy rather gurgley compared to any other cat I've known. I was considering trying one of the probiotics to see if that helps.

He and Maggie are friends now. They don't nap touching each other, but they like to be nearby. Georgie is still a bit possessive about human attention and toys and Maggie is still trying to convince him to wrestle more often and more gently, but their interactions are all positive. Lots of mutual grooming is always occurring. I'm still using the Feliway multicat diffuser, but I plug it in in nights only -- mostly because I think it helps make Georgie a bit less possessive.

Georgie is such a sweet soul and loves to get pets from everyone who comes over. Maggie and I love him very much.

Sat 6/25 @ 7 weeks
Our household has settled into a nice rhythm. Georgie really is a wonderful match for Maggie and he makes me so happy.

Georgie is a very enthusiastic groomer. He likes to give sweeping sloppy wet licks, which Maggie finds a bit much. Maggie thinks aggressive grooming means playtime and sometimes rolls over to try and play which confuses him. But other times, Maggie will only let him get in a couple good licks before she walks away. They are still figuring each other out.

Georgie gets a few twinges of jealousy - particularly around human attention or playtime. He's still food insecure from being a stray and his unsettled tummy issues, but since Maggie always lets him eat first, no more competition around food. Litter box has also not been a point of concern. Both cats now prefer Georgie's bathroom box but I occasionally find something in the other one so it's good to keep both.

Georgie is squirmy when picked up but we're working on that. He really likes it once he's up on the shoulder, but he is unsure of the getting there part. He also really hates getting his nails clipped, so we're slowly moving towards that too. Otherwise, he loves to be petted and purrs at even the slightest touch. He always goes to get a quick snack after any petting/attention so there's some psychological connection there from before rescue.

Unfortunately, the fluid in his abdomen is still there. He's had a few times of wet poo and puking from time to time but I can't quite see a pattern in what is setting it off. His stomach is significantly less gurgley on 100% wet food and anything with fish seems to be a no-no. But the rest is still a mystery. We go to the vet next week for a blood test to see if there has been any progress in the protein numbers. Fingers crossed.

Sat 5/14 @ 1 week
Integration is progressing beautifully. I got Georgie to play in front of Maggie, and that has made a huge difference. Georgie is motivated by food but Maggie is motivated by play. Once Maggie saw that he plays, she got a lot more interested fast.

They can now be together for an hour or two at a time. I'll keep him away from the bedroom a couple more days because Maggie has been backing down anytime he acts too forward, but she hissed and got upset when she saw him on the bed.

This morning, I woke up to find that Georgie escaped his isolation room and was sitting calmly on the couch. The stacked baby gates were still in place so he has obviously figured how to climb them and squeeze through the small gap near the top of the door. So much for that strategy. I'll have to go back to a closed door for time outs.

Things are mostly calm with some tension over resources. They can be in the same room hanging out - except during meal times and litter box needs. Georgie is a possessive of food so I need to separate them for Maggie to eat or Georgie won't let her. I'm leaving a few extra plates of food around to alleviate that as a resource issue. Also, they both get a bit hissy if either of them tries to go near each other's box.

Not completely integrated, but progress has been excellent. After all, it's only been a week!

Mon 5/9
Georgie (Linc) has been home just over a day and things are going splendidly. He's eaten, had lots of water and used his box. He's very affectionate and loves his new mille bed (thanks SR!). So far, he's much more interested in food and petting than toys.

Georgie and Maggie have already made eye contact through the baby gate and both are reacting positively and interested. I hadn't intended to let them catch sight of each other so quickly but both cats are already willing to be petted and purr while sniffing at the door and to eat right next to the door. Since both seemed eager to see each other, I'm giving them a visual for a minute through the baby gate as I go into the room. Not a single hiss or growl so far. Maggie is sitting calmly and giving eye blinks and Georgie is lowering his head and rubbing it against the door.

I can't believe they so friendly towards each other after just 24 hours. Amazing. I'm very encouraged!

(Last update: Nov 26th, 2016 10am)

Name:   Smokey
ID#: VA6255
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
Date In: 04/11/09
Adopted: 05/03/09
Congrats: Andria
Foster: Siri

This cat will not tolerate being with a male cat. Usually this is a male cat.Not with Male Cats
I'm ready to entertain inquiries. I'm a very nice guy, very well behaved, and have good habits. I'm very people oriented (movie clip momentarily) and purr like a motorboat. With other cats? Well, as is typical with many Siamese, I prefer people to cats. I could coexist with a cat, but not sure I'm going to be their buddy, at least not for awhile, so pls don't adopt me if you want a buddy for your cat - you should then choose a cat-cat. But if you want a buddy for you? Well, then, let's talk!
Notes from Home
Hey... just checking in. Wanted to let you know to tell the others who are still hesitant that laps are good. Laps are nice. I found out today that by agreeing to sit on a lap, the scritching didn't have to stop. It was so nice, had to give kisses, and I may have dozed off. I'm still deciding whether or not I want to spend a lot of time on laps, but I have to say, I'm starting to find myself on laps a little more as time goes by.

I'm also starting to talk a little more. Not too much, just a "Good morning" chirp and a "Time to stop working" chirp. But I'm mostly still purring.


11/24/16 - I know, I know... haven't been emailing as much as I should. What can I say, I'm a typical boy!

I now realize why the previous 3 families kept returning me... I was meant to be with my current family. They didn't shy away when told I had eye-herpes, they just found homeopathic "gravy" they add to my food that keeps it in check. However, runny eyes = runny nose. Fortunately, they also have human sinus issues, so they always have tissues ready to wipe my face when the sneezes attack. I used to hide when sneezing, but realize they know what they're doing, so I come search them out in the house when I feel a sneeze coming on.

They were also told that I had litter box "issues". I've been so good, they have no idea what the previous issues could've been. We do have a game where I have to claim my box immediately after it's been scooped. They even when thru a bunch of different litters until they found the one that not only works, but also feels OK on my declawed toes. I do enjoy doing a quick speed-bag boxing exercise on the Litter Locker that's just conveniently next to the litter box to knock any litter out of my paws so I don't drop it all around the house.

I have had some medical issues, and they aren't phased at all! I now have to take pills for my thyroid, heart & liver which as turned into a game. Granted, I'm not amused when my food dish covers itself up at 5:30 AM to get ready for the first pill (on empty stomach!!) at 6:30 AM - but I'm feeling better so I understand. And if they're running late, or trying to sleep in, I go get them to remind them that it's pill time. I so enjoy getting called a "rockstar" and all the cuddling rewards when I swallow the pills on the 1st attempt!

Right now, my belly's a little chilly b/c the doctor wanted to get a better look at my liver. Did NOT like having my belly shaved, or that weird wand thingy they used to rub against the bare skin. I was one seriously squirming kitty, and he was concerned to check my heart - then realized it was all an act... my heart rate wasn't elevated at all for all of my antics. But the end result was that my liver isn't enlarged, so that's good. Now I just need to grow the fur back!

I don't know if any other family would've been so understanding with all my health issues, not matter what all else I throw at them. Which is why I now understand why it took 4 attempts to get me to the right family!


(Last update: Nov 25th, 2016 11am)

Friendly, social, outgoing, affectionate!!!!
Name:   Abigail
ID#: VA11721
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 09/27/16
Adopted: 10/15/16
Congrats: Fenna
Foster: Michelle


Notes from Home
Here are some photos of Abigail and her best friend Tootsie Roll - VA11722. They have made a fabulous adjustment and are as affectionate and friendly as our Foster Michelle said. They like to tussle after breakfast but then go their own ways or snuggle together. They have added so much to our lives.

They go to the vet for their first check up this coming week.

Attached some photos.

I uploaded a couple of photos of Abigail and Tootsie on November 21st but didn't enter the text correctly. The first photo is of Abigail and Tootsie for their first vet visit. They were amazingly comfortable. The vet said they both got gold stars because they were so good.

The other photo is of my twin granddaughters. Fenna is on the left with Abigail and Jackie is on the right with Tootsie Roll. The girls get such a bit kick out of them. These kitties are so social and friendly. Whenever we have guests, they come running out to see who is there and they visit with us. We are having such a good time with these kitties. Thank you all for all of your help.

(Last update: Nov 23rd, 2016 4pm)

Name:   Maisy
ID#: VA8855
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 10/17/12
Adopted: 11/23/12
Congrats: Patricia
Foster: Rinn

Hi, everyone! I'm feeling sooo much better, and I'm ready for you to ask about me! I'm a sweet and petite lynxie girl with cute white paws. I had my vet exam yesterday and I did great! Vet thinks I'm about 2 years old. I love to purr and be petted, and I like to sit on foster mom's lap. I'm doing fine with other cats, and I don't even mind the dog either. Ask foster mom about me and we'll write back!

No new pictures yet
Notes from Home
Maisy is now 6 years old and doing well. She saw her vet (a new one) 2 weeks ago and is up to date on all of her shots. Health is excellent. Sleeps most of the day and wants to play every night around 7 pm when I finally sit down in front of the tv.

New vet is Elk Creek Veterinary Services in Oxford, PA. Justine Yesilonis DVM.

Will send a picture when daughter Christine is here to help me. I'm not very tech savy.

Happy Thanksgiving to all.

(Last update: Nov 23rd, 2016 2pm)

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