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A mother at a young age, I've lived with 24 other cats and did just fine. Now I'm spayed and looking forward to really getting to live a little! Give me toys, cuddles, attention and love and I'm going to soak up every second of it! And other cats! Sure, bring them on! (Though if you really wanted just one, sure, I could absorb all the attention you have to give! )
Name: Ivy

(FKA Colette)

ID#: VA9097
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 03/02/13
Adopted: 03/16/13
Congrats: Jay
Foster: Siri


Notes from Home
Ivy has been here for three weeks and is doing well. She LOVES to be with humans and chirps, trills and squeaks a lot in a very soft voice. Laps though are not interesting and has yet to sit in one. Since it is not lady-like to hiss, she does not do that. Toy-mice and laser dots are not safe in this house anymore. Playful does not begin to describe Ivy. She wants to play all the time and loves to play fetch with the mice. Jokes, oh yeah, she likes those too - on April 1st, she woke up her cat-daddy by jumping onto the headboard and drop the mouse on his head.

Her big little brother, Haku, is not fond of her at all so integration is going slowly. But when such a whippersnapper is too naughty she will put him in his place. After all, she has dealt with kittens before, though it is a little disconcerting to see a little 7 pound cat whoop a 13 pound boy's behind.

May 13, 2013

Hello again,
A little update on our little miss Ivy Piggy. She went to the vet last week since she has been sneezing and coughing. We suspected allergies and asthma, which the vet said was very likely. Her temperature was also a little elevated, so antibiotics and antihistamine for her. Ivy does not like to have her mouth handled and turns into a spitfire if you try. Fortunately she LOVES pill-pockets, so she does take her medicine like a champ.

Ivy gained half a pound since the last visit to TED, so she is not starving :-) but is now an 8 pound girl. She has calmed down a lot and accepts the resident cat Haku, - as long as he doesn't show fear or is rude, then she will put him in his place.

Haku has his confidence back but now he is challenging her - or wants to roughhouse with her, I don't know which. They can be together in the same room supervised, but if any of them gets naughty, they get separated. Litter boxes are also a turf war - it's funny how Ivy defends the one upstairs, while Haku defends the one downstairs. Our boxes are of the covered variety since Ivy likes to dig to China in there, so we will try uncovered ones , but with high walls so there is an escape. Cat-daddy is not happy, for that means more litter clean-up for him. In other words, Integration is not finished, but there has been progress.

Last but not least, Ivy has acquired quite a few nicknames and a theme song Triller (think Michael Jackson's song "Thriller"), Snow-kitty, sushi-wushi (ask the kids), Ivy-girl and Little Lady. Her favorite toy is a tailless mousie named "Wet, Cold Yucky Mousie".

May 16, 2013

Wow, what a week of antibiotics can do. Ivy seems to feel a thousand times better and her personality is now in full bloom. When we were interviewed, Karen told us that meezers may attach themselves to one person, and boy, did Ivy do that. She is now Meowmy's shadow and can't bear not to have her favorite person out of sight. So another nickname has been coined - Shadow :-).

July 10th, 2013

All is good here and in general there are healthy cats here. Ivy and Haku are now very good friends and love to "wrestle" with each other, especially when Ivy tries to groom Haku. Ivy has indeed found Haku's inner kitten for him. When not wrestling with her "big" little brother, Ivy enjoys running after toy-mousies and will sometimes bring them back for us "slaves" to throw them again. She is still very playful.

Haku was trained to sit on a mat when the family leaves the house to avoid darting out and Ivy has picked up the sitting on the mat part. Maybe that has something to do with the treats that can be in the offing? Ivy loves food, so much that in the time she has been with us, she has gained a whole pound and has collected two additional nicknames - Ms. Piggy and Roly-Poly. We found out she enjoys romaine lettuce, pasta, pork, chicken, pizza crust, potato chips, French fries and any kind of fish, except tuna... but she gets it in very small amounts. We have a fifth member at the dining table now to keep us company.

So all in all, we have a happy home here and healthy cats despite TED (The Evil Doctor :-) diagnosing Ivy (and Haku) with feline herpes and possibly hay fever. We give them OTC lysine to bolster the immune system and they treat it as a treat. There are new pictures to see, so click on the pictures next "door".

November 16, 2013:

What a difference six months can do... Ivy is still surprising us. She has decided that "her" person is not meowmy anymore, but cat daddy. Ivy has until now not wanted to sit in any laps, just sit next to you on the arm rest if you are sitting on the sofa. Well, the last couple of days, cat daddy's lap has been deemed adequate to sleep on. We are delighted that she is trusting us more and more and feeling more secure. Haku and Ivy are still friends and love to play tag in the morning and wrestle. And of course, more nicknames have surfaced, such as chubanucka, Roly Poly, and the latest - chowmeister. She is getting rotund around the belly after one too many treats at the dining table and when people are leaving the house... Our new motto for her is "all in moderation..."

March 17, 2014

Happy Gotcha day, Ivy.

Wow, it's has already been a year since Trouble, Colette - ahem IVY - came on a snowy day... She has settled in as the queen she is (well, former queen - no more kittens for her), gets along famously with Haku and sleeps between Meowmy and Catdaddy every night and follows Meowmy everywhere during the day. Her check-up back in February was stellar - same weight as when she arrived at SCRC, tail still curled and fluffed when she is happy - and that is often. However, she did not show her beautiful ringtail to the vet - he is evil in her eyes, poking her with a needle and ruffling her fur.

And Ivy loooooooves her mousies. She plays even more now than when she arrived. And fetch, oh yeah - well almost. She will run after the mousie and bring it back. That is, bring it to within five feet of ya. She expects you to get up and retrieve it; no sitting down and get off easy, oh no :-). When she tires of chasing the mousie, she likes to help with the kids' homework - especially lying on the folders and papers. Fluffy blankets and carpets are not for her. Smooth, hard surfaces are her favorite places to lie down and survey her queendom.

So it was a year ago, she came, she conquered, she stole our hearts. We have still not found them ;-).

February 4th, 2017

Wow, time flies... Ivy has been with us for four years now (we still haven't found our hearts - it's a lost cause ;-). It has been nothing but fun. Ivy is definitely the queen in this house, ruling it with "iron claws". She is a very gregarious and loving girl, who puts herself in the middle of the group. If one person is at one end of the room and another person at the opposite end, Ivy will plop down in the middle, so there's the same distance to her people. Laps are wonderful too, especially if they are under a fleecy blanket. She has her own pillow on the bed, so she, again, is between her people when they sleep.

Lately though, she's been through some rough waters. Allergies kept her sneezing and a couple of months ago, we noticed that she had a hard time eating her lysine in one piece. Lysine comes in a hard fish shaped treat, that can dry to a tough cookie - literally. At her annual check-up, we had TED (The Evil Doctor) look closely in her mouth. He found stomatitis and recommended a dental cleaning with extraction of one tooth. Well, she ended up having her upper fangs and one molar pulled. At the same time, we found out that she was already missing seven teeth! They were either re-absorbed or fell out without us noticing.
Here three days after surgery she is back to her usually funny self, keeping Haku in check, and fetching her mousies again - albeit without her upper fangs. She is still getting used to them not being there. We are crossing fingers, toes and claws that she won't have to go through this again and that her sneezing was due to the untreated stomatitis and not allergies.

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

Name: Harley

(FKA Hunter)

ID#: VA11649
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 11mon
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 08/18/16
Adopted: 09/11/16
Congrats: Leeá
Foster: Debi

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
A little shy, but lots of sweetness!

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Notes from Home
Well, I'm all settled in at my new home. I love playing with my big sis! We wrestle and race all over the house. I'm not as shy as I used to be. Im still not sure about new people, but I try to give them a chance if they stay for a while.

I'll be 1 year old this month and man have I grown! Meowmy is gonna have to get a bigger cat tree that reaches to the ceiling. I plan on exploring from higher ground. Keep checking on me for updates. We have adventures coming soon.

(Last update: Feb 4th, 2017 3pm)

I have been here with foster mom for awhile and still waiting for my very own home. I would be a great companion for other kitties as long as they are not bullies. I get along fine with all of the other fosters and even play with some of the kittens.
The reason I have been here so long is that I am afraid of strangers and hide. If someone would give me a chance and have patience, I would be a nice companion. I do not have any bad habits and am a sweet gentle natured girl. I get rowdy and play with toys and sometimes am a lap kitty. Lucy
Name: Quincy

(FKA Lucy)

ID#: VA7572
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 02/19/11
Adopted: 02/04/12
Congrats: Aggie
Foster: Kay

This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs


Notes from Home
Lucy had an uneventful trip to Maryland and endeared herself to her new family and new Vet's office staff with her gentle stoicism and and occasional nervous lip-licking. She is settled into her "safe room" here at home and has already chosen her favorite bed, the one that requires us to lie on the floor and reach over our heads to pet her. Naturally. But she rolls her head around so we can reach all the good spots, so she's a good sport about it all.

We had to rename her because Lucy is the name of our dearly departed, best-dog-ever, black lab-Irish setter. There can only be one Lucy per family. So not to mock physical attributes by any means, but more to celebrate her special uniqueness, we've decided our five-toed polydactyl should be: Quincy. If we don't clearly enunciate, we can sort of make it sound like Lucy anyway. Quincy Raven Sanders

because she will be a football fan, and Joe Flacco's jersey is 5. After all, Siamese-sibling Mojo Flacco Sanders enjoys following the team and we expect hope she'll follow his lead.

So happy to have her home with us!

2 weeks later: Quincy is doing very well. She still prefers to spend most of the time in her room, but we join her quite a bit and she's very quick to scamper over for some back scratches and tummy rubs. I have never had a cat who likes tummy rubs like she does! She nudges my hand if I stop! She's a non-stop purr machine, but I have yet to hear her meow. I'm sure when she has something important to say, she will say it. She is exploring the adjacent rooms and hallways and I expect her to want the run of the house before too long.

One month update: Quincy thinks Mojo is a rock star. She seems totally devoted to him, running to greet him, rubbing against him, curling up on or beside him to sleep. If he meows, she chirps right back. He is less enchanted, although he allows her full run of the lower level and is just starting to let her up to the first floor. If he chases her away, she remains on the top step and tries again and again. They do play together - or at least side by side - when I get the toys out and since Quincy is the most playful, most enthusiastic and most acrobatic cat I've had in years, it has brought out a more playful side of Mojo as well. She purrs non stop while she plays, which I find very cute. She is willing to spend more and more time with my husband and son, too. We think she's doing very well.
August, 2012: Six months already? We've heard her meow! She's such a dainty little fine boned cat, but LOUD! She meows loudly when she finds herself alone in a room and wants to find out where everyone went. She mutters under her breath non-stop when she prowls around looking for her next nap stop. She chatters to speed things up when waiting impatiently for dinner to be portioned out and delivered. She stands on her rear legs, front legs on our laps, and cries mournfully for a treat. She also has a very very loud purr, one that can be heard from across the room. We love that. Not to mention her big, heavy, clomping feet. She sounds like a pack of dogs running up and down the stairs! We get the biggest kick out of our "little lady" who sounds like a football player!

She has occasionally jumped up next to me and cuddled, and once shocked herself by actually landing directly on my lap! She is still warming up to the idea, but is very comfortable coming up and asking (loudly) for head scratches. She follows us from room to room and knows our routine from minute to minute. Mojo still tries to run her off, but she's undaunted and is wearing him down; they spend more and more of their time together without problems. She's still very skittish when company comes, but has started to check people out more and more.

She is still very very playful and acrobatic. She's been a good influence on Mojo, who rarely played with anything before she got here - now he runs to join in the fun. We're very glad to have her.

February 4, 2013. Quincy is very affectionate and the most playful cat I've ever had. She gets into everything! During the night she likes to pull coasters out of their holder and we find them all over the house. She loves to tear around the house chasing toys, she's a riot. She crawls into bed with me every morning, once she's convinced I'm not ready to get up and fix breakfast. She's a very entertaining kitty.

February 4, 2014. Quincy remains affectionate and extremely playful. She loves to leap into the air to catch the "cat dancer" toy…we have them all over the house. She follows me where ever I go, she's my little shadow. She has also gotten much braver with my husband; he's been "allowed" to brush her and play with her at times. Quincy loves the fact that I still must lie down most of the day, and am therefore always providing the opportunity to snuggle. I appreciate the company. Final trick: she comes when I call her name. We've tested this many times. I've never had a cat who came running (without the sound of a can of cat food being opened).

June 25, 2014 Quincy just returned from her yearly vet exam with rabies shot. The vet did a double-take, rechecking her chart because she just couldn't believe Quincy's age based on the condition of her coat, the brightness of her eyes, and her trim figure. She said Quincy could pass for a 3 or 4 year old cat! (I've said all along that she's by far the most acrobatic and playful cat I've ever had.) Quincy was not mollified by the compliments and continued to complained loudly until we got in the car to return home. But she's on my lap now - she doesn't hold a grudge. Such a sweetie.

2/17/15 On the eve of her 12th birthday, Quincy remains the apple of our eye(s). Cuddly, loudly purring, she keeps me company night and day. Getting a little braver when visitors come over - at least family - because she cautiously creeps over to sniff their stuff when she thinks we're all in a different room.

2/4/16 I can't believe it's been four years since we brought our shy little kitty home! Quincy is still slim, healthy and acrobatic with a beautiful, glossy coat and perfect teeth. She's incredibly playful and keenly aware of the time of day, staring down the door to the toy closet when it's time to bring out her beloved wand toys. (The loud, squeaky toys are reserved for middle of the night......with those big, 5-toed feet of hers, she sounds like a herd of buffalo galloping through the house! It unnerves guests trying to sleep. Again, part of her grand plan.) She also sits beside her cat brush and stares me down when she hears me getting ready for bed.

Last night was a first. She jumped up on the sofa to claim her customary spot on my lap, but found me juggling both a computer and a book. I expected her to curl up beside me, but instead she walked over and took a test spin around and around my husband's lap and settled there! My husband was so shocked he was afraid to move a muscle, but eventually dared to stroke her and scratch her head and she purred. She stayed with him for several minutes, to our shock and awe. Knowing how much she sticks to schedules, it's apparent she'd planned all along to start cuddling with him after a four year warm up period.

Today is Quincy's 5 year anniversary! It's a stressful phase for her right now as we're in the process of moving from our 3 story house- with several hiding places on each level - to a 2 BR apartment. So far she's only found one safe place to hide. But she's getting braver, exploring a little more each day, and spends the night cuddled up beside me in bed. She's a resilient old girl! We love her so much.

(Last update: Feb 4th, 2017 1pm)

Name: Mimi

(FKA Mimi Meow)

ID#: VA11455
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
Date In: 05/14/16
Adopted: 07/02/16
Congrats: David
Foster: Jane

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
Hey, you. Yes, you! Stop right now. Why are you even looking at any more of those other cats when you know you have found the perfect one. Yes, that is right....Me. First of all, let me introduce myself. I am Princess Mimi Meow of Maryland. A most exquisite and very affectionate Torti point if ever there was one. Now that I have your attention, let me begin by telling you what type of man servant I am looking for. First of all, because I am such a wonderful and truly magnificent feline, you will only need me. I love talking to my staff, leg winding, head butts and have a deep throaty purr. So you have to trust me when I tell you that I will be more than enough Siamese for you to handle, so no point even thinking about putting me in a home with another cat. I have so much to say for myself all the time, I cannot possibly share my servant with another feline. But in return you will have my undivided attention, so much love and many nose kisses. I will keep you amused all the time with my antics and activities and I will sit on your lap during the day and cuddle up on your bed at night. So, now that we have that taken care of, let me tell you what else I am looking for. I need someone to pay very close attention to my every whim and desire and in turn I will promise to make sure that I keep you under control and busy at all times. Honestly, I do wonder sometimes what humans did before they lived with a cat, they are so scattered and unfocused, it really takes a fantastic feline like myself to keep them on track. It is exhausting. Oh, and another thing, I do not care one bit for those very small servants on two short legs who have high pitched voices. I call them aliens because I believe they are from another planet. However my current servant says that is not polite and they are actually called children. Anyway, I do not want to share my castle with them either. Now let me get back to my favorite subject.. me. I am very beautiful, with large blue eyes, that light up the stars, and a face so exquisite, it could launch a thousand ships. My coat is really a beautiful multicolor, with so many different shades and patterns. I have a very busy tail, that wags all the time, like a dog. Even when I sit still it wags, and it turns into a kink at the end when I walk. Sometimes my tail even surprises me. So, if you think that you will make the perfect servant and you have a palace that you feel is suitable for a loving young princess to live in, please feel free to contact my current slave and let them know you are interested in applying for the position. All applications will be carefully reviewed by myself. May the Paws be with you... Princess M.

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Notes from Home
Mimi has been with us for a month now and is doing just fine. Her personality is just as described by Siri and Jane. A bit on the cautious side but quite interested in the family activities. Certainly becomes social when she wants, loves to do her "face bumps" Appears out of nowhere and has some hiding places that have amazed us when we are about to leave and need to make sure she is OK. We call her just Mimi and have dropped the meow for the most part. Our grandson calls her "cutieface" which is approppriate as an alternative.
She uses her litterbox and loves her food although occasional spit ups happen
We are quite happy to have her in our lives and are so pleased with the Siamese Cat Rescue Center. Thanks so much!

Update February, 2017 Mimi has been with us for seven months now. She is doing very well and it is so nice to have he as a part of our lives.Essentially all of my comments above continue to apply. She is her own girl, and although her social integrations are quite gradual, she certainly appears comfortable in our home. She is still quite the neat freak with her litter box and loves her Nutro dry food. No interest at all in people food. Continues to find the most comfortable sunny napping places imaginable.looking at her pre adoption pictures she has "filled out" a bit and is a bit chubbier. She still races around the house from time to time and we should encourage that type of activity a bit more. She spends hours looking out the windows at the bird feeder etc. Makes us wonder if she was an outdoor kitty in the past. Is not trying to sneak outside the way she did when she first arrived but as the warm weather approaches we likely will need to deal with that again. Thanks so much for your help, will attempt to upload a picture. We love Mimi for sure!

(Last update: Feb 4th, 2017 8am)

Well after weeks of tests and exams turns out I am just going to be a chronic stuffy kitty. Seems that cold I had like forever, did damaged to my nasal cavity and I will always look like I am on the verge of having a cold and I might even snore (or so says foster mom). But other than that, I am still a healthy guy who loves to play, play play. And speaking of that, I must have a play buddy to go home to. I get very bored when I don't have a buddy and can be a bit annoying to the humans.
So get those earplugs (for the snoring) and ask about me.
Name:   Wiggler
ID#: VA11242
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 12/06/15
Adopted: 02/03/16
Congrats: Jeannie
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


Notes from Home
Wiggles has been in for his check-up and while a little chunky is in good health. He and Dropshot run the entire house twice a day, so it's not like he doesn't get any exercise. They both enjoy it, too. He still likes to sleep in his food bowl, which puzzles the others, and loves to help scoop the boxes (by using them while they are being scooped). Just a great cat, very loving and pretty sure he owns the world. He does own our hearts, that's for sure.
(Last update: Feb 3rd, 2017 8am)

Name: Xiao Hua

(FKA Rose)

ID#: VA11423
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 04/17/16
Adopted: 05/07/16
Congrats: Rachel
Foster: Kay

Very active and playful. Sweet and curious about everything.
That's me - Rose
Notes from Home
1/31/17 Xiao Hua has been with us for over 8 months now and is so adored by everyone here. Her big sister, Maverick, loves a good cuddle with her little sister, especially now that the two of them have convinced us that they have to sleep in the bed with mom and dad every night. (She now lets us sleep through the night! lol) Xiao is quite the little trouble maker, but we still love her. She has also recently discovered her voice and is very adamant that her bowl never be half empty!
5/21/16-Xiao Hua settled into her new home with us very quickly and just demanded attention all the time! Poor thing had on and off diarrhea while she was with her foster, Kay, but while talking with Kay on pick up we decided to try a grain-free diet on her(her big sister Maverick had similar symptoms) and voila! All better! She's also probably gained about a pound in just the two weeks that we have had her. Poor thing, it sounds like she had come from a very bad situation. She is so curious and playful and we just love her so much already. If only she would let mom and dad sleep past 4 am lol!

(Last update: Jan 31st, 2017 6pm)

I am a typical playful energetic kitten. I love people. After being here a little while, I have learned that dogs or cats can be ok after I have gotten to know them. I just need to move at a slower pace with introductions.
I am outgoing and love to check out everything.
Name:   Boo
ID#: VA11234
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 12/05/15
Adopted: 01/30/16
Congrats: Anna
Foster: Kay

This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats


Notes from Home
We can't believe that it's already Boo's one year adoption day anniversary! To celebrate we bought her a new cat house and a bottle of cat wine. While she wasn't a huge fan of the cat wine, she has fallen in love with the cat house.
She is still doing very well and has certainly come in to her own. She has found her "voice" and we often have conversations - both my husband and I meow at her and she talks back. She does not have the full blown Siamese yowl but makes many fun trilling noises and high pitched meows. We also found that she is a very good huntress both with toys, and a few mice that found their way into our apartment. One of the sweetest things that Boo does is that every time I come home, she is sitting waiting for me at the door, and if I take too long to open the door and come inside she starts meowing at me.
I will upload some current pictures of her to the website. She is about 10 pounds now, and when we went to the vet for her check up a few weeks ago he gave her a clean bill of health. One strange thing is how dark her coat has become as she grew. I did do a little research and I guess it's not unusual for Siamese to have their coats darken as they age, but it's a little weird to look at her kitten pictures of a mostly white/light kitten, and now she's covered in beautiful black/dark brown markings.
Thank you and everyone with the Siamese Cat Rescue Center again for helping to bring Boo to us!

(Last update: Jan 30th, 2017 1pm)

Name: Sushi

(FKA Shadow)

ID#: VA10766
Location:  Connecticut
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 05/16/15
Adopted: 01/09/16
Congrats: Andrew
Foster: peter

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 being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
A sleek slim well-pointed meezer I may not be, but your home is definitely the place for me.

I am a snowshoe with paws of white, being with YOU will make our lives right.

Ask about me to see if we're a match, Lisa will let you know I am a good catch!

I will need to be your one and only; it's okay cause we'll never get lonely.

The really hard part that no one knows is these write-up get harder as time flows.
Notes from Home
We renamed Shadow, Sushi, we thought that was cute. She often runs to see us when we come in or any visitors. She loves to be right by us, on the couch or in bed she often jumps up to sit with us, or follows who ever is up and walking around. She has been climbing up under the top cover of the bed and is a little lump underneath, sleeping where it's nice and warm. She loves for us to follow her to her food bowl and sit with her while she eats. She's been planing with the rattle balls and feather wand. I love when she lays on her back she looks so relaxed and we can see all her pretty colors. Once and a while she swats at us, without her claws if she is done with petting. She seems to have stopped any hissing noises.
That's the update so far, she's been really good.

Finally writing another update. Sushi made it through her first vet appointment the end of January. It was a little traumatic for both of us, but they said she looks good. They said she could lose a pound or two. I think I will try a new vet next time, they didn't really answer any of my questions, but it was too much to make Sushi go again to another vet. She did get her rabies shot while we were there and she tested negative for worms. She still is biting plastic a little but doesn't seem to be eating it. She still has a little dandruff. She has discovered some birds out the window now that it's a little warmer. I got her a little perch that hooks on the side of the window we are setting up for her. And she likes the toys on a string, we do too so she doesn't get distracted by our hands. She did hiss a few times lately if we pick her up too close to our face so we are learning what she doesn't like or will tolerate. We will be going on a trip soon and we were really trying not to move her again for my family to watch her, even though my mom and grandma said they would happy to watch her at their house . They said they could also stop by everyday to feed her and clean the box but we also didn't want her to be lonely. So I think we finally found a friend to come sleep over with her while we are away. Hopefully that works out, we thought it would be best not to move her again even if it's just temporary while we are away.

Sushi has been settling in, I think she is happy. She makes bread all the time on our bed and on the blankets on the couches where she sits. We have even got in a few belly rubs while she's on her back. Drew picks her up probably every day, I think she is getting more used to it. She runs to us at the door when we get home and she hasn't swatted at us in a while, or maybe we just know how long she will let us pet her. But I even scratched her under her chin for the first time this week. She is still biting plastic but she likes when I brush her while she is doing that. She loves the shower when it's on. She has been using the scratching posts a lot, I'm wondering if I could try to clip her nails soon, I'm not sure if she would let me. Any tips for clipping nails feel free to let me know, I was watching some videos on youtube.

6 month update: Sushi is doing well, we think she happy and relaxed at home. She loves to sit at the window sill, and doesn't like the summer ac taking up some space at the window. She loves to play and we have lost many toys balls we need to find again. She still loves to bite plastic and has a little dandruff still. I bought some powdered vitamins we try to mix in her wellness food. I also bought some salmon oil I tried in her food but she won't eat it. We haven't been able to cut her nails yet but she has two scratching posts and a cardboard scratcher. We had a friend watch her twice recently while we were away and she seems to purr even more when we get back, we think she misses us when we are gone.

Almost one year update: Sushi is happy the ac is out of the windows, enjoying her free reign on top of the couches. She loves to make bread on her blankets. She still eats the Wellness turkey food with a little bit of crunchy food. She hasn't had a hairball since her first one when she arrived. She still has some dandruff, I see it more when I brush her, but she feels very soft. She hasn't hissed at us in a long time. When we have visitors she runs up to them and meows to say hello. But then if it's too much, she might hiss a little i noticed recently. She still bites the plastic, waiting for her next vet visit to ask about that and some black eye crusties. She is very good using her little box, and likes to play a lot. We have a white hamper she loves to play with and a blue one that makes her very feisty. Sometimes she gets a look in her eye when we are on the couch or in bed and we know she wants to attack us, not sure why that happens, we try to snap her out of it. She sleeps with us most nights on the bed. Drew still picks her up everyday, she doesn't like it too much, but sometimes she jumps on his lap in the morning when he is at the computer. We enjoy having her.

One year update: Sushi has been really good. She comes to bed with us almost every night, sleeps right by our feet. She is usually somewhere nearby watching us or sleeping or asking for treats. She has seemed healthy, no problems using the litter box or eating her food. She likes her water now in the living room, we have two bowls out for her. We will take her for her annual check up soon. We got her a new battery powered ball and feather but she likes the feather the best without the toy on. She likes her toy balls, she was hitting one around last night before she joined us in bed. Sometimes she is pretty vocal when she says hello to us, or is ready for her dinner, or sometimes when we are just sitting on the couch she wants to talk and we can't figure out what she wants. In the morning sometimes she jumps up on Drew's lap while he is on the computer. She is doing well.

(Last update: Jan 30th, 2017 11am)

Suzie is a happy, healthy, playful little girl. She is almost completely vetted and will be ready for her forever home shortly.
Name: Brie

(FKA Suzie)

ID#: VA11570
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 11mon
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 07/06/16
Adopted: 07/30/16
Congrats: Marci
Foster: Jeanne


Notes from Home
Just a note to tell everyone how well Gabriella a/k/a Brie f/k/a Suzie is adjusting to her furever home. She got home and it's like she's been living here since birth. She loves her new home. She has a hearty appetite, loves to be brushed, she loves her new brother, (keeping them apart the first several days was tough..feet under the doors, cries from both) she loves to play and likes sleeping on mom and dad's bed as well as her favorite window spot, dining room chair, dad's legs and mom's lap! She loves to be held and is in constant "purr" mode! I'd say she's adjusted quite well. She will have her first vet appointment next week to meet with her vet.

Brie has her first vet appointment this weekend, wherein she will meet her new vet. She's a great eater (she eats her own food and tries to push Beau out of the way for his -- he's learning not to let her) and we continue to sprinkle l-lysine in her food, as well as Beau's. Keeping a boost on their immune system. I expect that her appointment will go well.

Brie met her vet today for her first visit and everything went well. The vet seems to think she's a little younger than what we thought as she still has her "baby" teeth. He believes Brie to be about 14-15 weeks old. She's a big girl for her age. She eats well and plays rough and tumble with Beau. Her next appointment will be in a year as long as everything goes well. She's a little sweetheart no matter how old she is.

Well, it's the baby's one month anniversary and she is doing amazingly well. Brie is very loving, sweet and curious. She loves to play rough and tumble and loves her window sill. Brie is enjoying her family, including big bro Beau. Brie became a part of the family as soon as she entered our house...it's as if she was born with us! We couldn't ask for a sweeter little girl! Love her!

Gabriella is doing well. She's sweet, feisty and loves to eat. Brie and Beau get along really well and play well together. They play their little "cat" games in the morning and then settle down until about 11:30. She loves to play hide and seek with Beau. Brie loves to be brushed/groomed and loves to sit in the Bay window or the large picture window waiting for the sun. She is a real beauty and such a girl! She is loved, adored and spoiled!

(Last update: Jan 30th, 2017 7am)

Name:   Weeble
ID#: VA11883
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 5mon
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 12/25/16
Adopted: 01/16/17
Congrats: Roxanne
Foster: Debi

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Have you ever seen such a cute face? Well I'm as cute with my personality as I am with my little face!

I have a different walk & my foster meowm just posted a video of me walking. I may require a special adopter that will love me just the way I am! I like other cats & I lived with dogs before, so I won't mind sharing.

I am not fond of traveling & get all upset & talk the entire way, but hopefully my new family will not live too far away & will open their hearts up for a bundle of a love bug!

Check back soon for pictures. My foster meowm has had difficulty getting pictures, as I love to run & play & all the pictures she's taken have been blurry!


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Notes from Home
After taking his anti inflammatory medicine his walk is improving. It could be that he is just figuring out how to deal with it, or he could be getting better. He climbs and runs with ease. He is a wonderful addition to our family. We love him.
(Last update: Jan 30th, 2017 4am)

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