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5/4 I am a sweet cat who is learning how much enjoyment I can get out of being petted and loved. I will roll and wiggle to get your attention. I like other cats too.

5/12/10 I am getting along with the resident cats. Loving life and wishing for my forever home.

5/27/10 I have found out how much fun playing can be. I never had much chance for that and now I love the little mice and the balls and all the toys I can find here. I even carry them in my mouth and talk about them. I do love to talk and carry on great conversations with foster mom. Do you like to talk too. Then we need to be talking to each other.
Name:   Lillian
ID#: VA6939
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 19 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 04/14/10
Adopted: 06/19/10
Congrats: Paula
Foster: Jane

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
Lilly has adapted to farm life very well.She is very happy and I love her so much.She had to have like 8 teeth removed about 2years ago and she has kidney problems .She is on Royal Canin Renal Support dry food which she likes very well and I give her fluids under the skin to help her.She has no bad habits and is a real sweet cat.I got her a heated bed this year which she loves.I have been meaning to send a update about her but it seems like am always busy.I am enclosing some pictures of her and will try to send more updates
(Last update: Jan 23rd, 2020 12pm)

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Name: Yang

(FKA Thomas)

ID#: VA12058
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 05/23/17
Adopted: 06/25/17
Congrats: The Rev. Kathy
Foster: Kay

This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
Super sweet boy who is only a little worried about the new changes in his life. His sister is very bonded to him so they need to be adopted as a pair. Curious about toys but not much experience. Affectionate and outgoing.
That's me - Thomas (and I am a Tank right now)

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Notes from Home
Yang is at my side all the time and talks to me a lot. He loves to be brushed and scratch his chin on the brush. He prefers to sleep in the window so he can see everything that is going on outside until the dreaded Lawn Monsters arrive - he and his sister, Yin, find a dark place to curl up and hide until the noise is long gone. He started kneading my leg about a week ago (and I have the bruises to show it), so I have been accepted by him...but don't let anyone else come in to visit. He is still very afraid of strangers (although does fine with the vet) and hides until long after they have gone. He and his sister have restored joy and love in my life, and I am Blessed by their presence.

Yang is definitely letting me know his wants...which include me never using my computer. He seems to starve for attention and loves the two-sided brush I use on him. His sister, Yin, cannot figure this out. He is becoming more social, even coming to sit in my lap when I had a visitor yesterday...a big first for him.

A mobile vet comes to the Care Facility where I live and clips nails and does anything else that is required. She is coming to check on Yang today. His sister is not ready, but maybe next month....

Yang is not well. After a morning of violent throwing up on Friday, we went for x-rays, which showed what might be a blockage requiring surgery. He was kept and sedated while receiving fluids. Later x-rays could not confirm the blockage, so he is home on Saturday, but he is not eating. THIS IS NOT MY YANG...the one who eats everything in sight. His sister is watching over him this Sunday as he sleeps curled up on the soft blanket on my bed. Neither will like this, but tomorrow, Yang and I go back to the doctor.

Yang is fully recovered and back to himself again. Just to prove it....

"Hey, Yin! Come look! There is a tree growing in our living room! Wow! Come climb it with me and check out all the lights and mice on it!"
They are both curious about the tree but not really trying to climb it...just checking it out, for now...but stay tuned. With these two, anything can happen!

As you can see from our picture under the tree, my sister, Yin (on the left) and I LOVED our Christmas Tree our mom decorated. We never even tried to eat the mice until the day before mom decided to take the tree down (wonder if that had anything to do with her decision?). Mom left the lights on all the time and we loved to cuddle in the warmth under the tree...now it is back to the cold of the Cat Tree....burr!

I am getting more 'adventurous. When the medical people come to care for mom, I greet them. I even left the apartment yesterday when the door was opened...but quickly returned when I realized that mom was not coming with me.

Mom gives great brushes and scratches the sides of my face just the way I like it. She never yells at me when I make biscuits on her couch....just picks me up and puts me on the scratching post. She puts my favorite salmon and/or tuna in a blender with a little water so I can lick my bowl clean...but leaves me kibble for snacking.

I think I've got her well-trained. I may keep her! What do you think, Yin?

So, today it started snowing at 8am. By noon, I realized that sleeping in the cat tree at the window looking at the snow was much too cold, so I moved to the cozy tepee mom bought for us to sleep in. I sleep there a lot because they are near the computer where mom works. When my sister woke up and realized I was not in the tree, she came looking for me. She isn't too bright...or she must be VERY cold. She has her own tepee, but from the picture you can tell that she crawled in mine on top of me. She says she isn't leaving until the snow melts and it gets warmer. I hope she moves enough so I can breathe!

OK...this has to stop! Yin is getting all the attention in the morning. I attack her to get her to leave - I push her aside - I even push her off the bed and attack her on the floor making her yell, but she just gets back up on the bed for Mom to pet. Doesn't she know that Mom belongs to me???? Stupid girl!

Mom says that I am NOT a happy camper today! The mobile vet came to give me a pedicure and while she was petting me, found a lump between my shoulder blades. She stuck a needle in it and drew out some stuff so she could look at it under a microscope. Of course I'm not happy! It HURT! Mommy is very worried and has given me extra attention today.

After pathology and steroids, I am OK. I had a reaction to the topical for flea and heart worm. Now, if I can just get the fur to grow back where they shaved me for the surgery.....

Well, I never! The doctor puts me on a diet saying I'm fat...huh! I'm just cuddly! Then, the physical therapist makes mom move the couch so it is easier for her to get around in the apartment so my favorite place to curl up...on the back of the couch right beside her desk...is now on the back of the couch against the wall across the room! Who decided to make all these changes in my life and did not include me in the discussion?!?!? Guess I'll have to live with it...long as mom doesn't leave again - although, that pet sitter lady is really nice. She spoils me and calls me Handsome!

This is NOT fair! I am getting less food, even tho I am eating Yin's, too...Mom figured that out. Plus, I am getting less attention because Yin is stealing my time with Mom. What's going on in this house? Now, my sitter lady says I have acne and I need another shot. I HATE NEEDLES! I'm starting to think this wasn't such a good move for me! Less food, less loving and more needles.. My life stinks right now, so I turn my face to the wall and sulk all the time. I really shouldn't complain...Mom still gives me lots of attention and brushes me every day. I just used to get ALL the attention and I don't like sharing!

Is this woman trying to starve me to death??? Now, as soon as Yin stops eating, mom takes her bowl away so I cannot finish her food. The treats have stopped too, except..... I now have to take steroid tabs every other day so I don't have to get shots. These keep me from breaking out around my mouth (the vet thinks it is related to the respiratory issues when I was younger...allergies or something). Anyway, I won't take the pills unless I get treats first and after....sneaky of me, right? So, mom puts a couple of treats on the sofa, which I inhale, I take the pill and get a couple more treats. Meanwhile, Yin is getting treats on the floor! Why is she getting treats? I'm the one taking medicine!!!!! Mom says it's pay-bay for eating her food, whatever that means.

OK...what is this thing and why on earth did our mom bring it into OUR home????? It is feline, that's for sure, and when it first got here, mom could hold it in the palm of her hand...found abandoned by the side of the road. The doctor said it was healthy, but gave it a bunch of shots anyway, and told mom that it was taken away from its mommy too early so it needed to eat and to be loved. So, I stepped up to the plate and tried to love it...got me a big slap across the face! It's a SHE, and she didn't want anything to do with me. Now, 3 weeks later, I can't get her to leave me alone! Mom named her Blazee...because she runs like her tail is on fire all the time and she is a Blue Cream DSH. She is crafty: she figured out how to get up on the high counter and get the bags of treats down for us to eat...I never would have thought of that way! BUT, every time I think I'm going to take a little nap or get in a little grooming....ATTACK! I'm 3x her size but she has no fear. Yin just sits by and watches...she is probably laughing, too...because Blazee doesn't mess with her. Must be a female code thing. OK, Mom, enough is enough! I really want to live to be 5 years old, but this baby may kill me before then! (But she is cute...don't tell anyone I said that!)

Lots of toys this Christmas, but no treats! What's up with that???? I know Mom is watching my weight, but it is Christmas after all! She is getting treats. Why can't I? But it was nice anyway. I love the tree. She didn't decorate it this year because the new cat is climbing it and eating the lights. That made me brave, so I started climbing it, too...but it isn't strong enough for me...oops. Posting a picture of my sister and I doing our favorite thing...enjoy!

Blazee has been renamed...Ninja...because she attacks all the time. She waits behind doors and under furniture - even on the seat of mom's walker - and jumps out at us and attacks! I think it's fun, but Yin doesn't like it. She runs to mom for safety. I have been entertaining mom by playing with Ninja. Sometimes she laughs, but most of the time, she is just sad. I will be glad when Ninja has her forever home and it is just Yin and me again. I'm almost 5 years old, and I don't have the energy that this 1-year-old kitten has.

I got good news at my 6-year-old check-up, too. I am a slim 12.7 pounds, even though I broke into the food closet twice! With Ninja in her forever home, I am in charge again, and I am loving life. I play a lot more, and I talk to mom all the time - never did that before. Guess it took mom fostering another fur-baby to bring out my extroversion.

OK...I HAVE HAD IT WITH THIS WOMAN. First, she doesn't even know how old I am...she thinks I'm 6 but I'm only 5! Next, she freaks out when I do this tiny little thing like have diarrhea 7 times all over her hardwood floors and throw up 4 times on her oriental rugs...and my sister did NOTHING to help me when this woman put me in a kennel and whisked me off to the Vet....where they stuck me with needles and but things up both ends of me and then SENT ME BACK HOME WITH THIS WOMAN. I am in hiding and plan to stay that way...she won't catch me again. I told my sister what happened to me, so she is in hiding, too. So, if anyone knows where we can escape to where no one will be mean to us just because we throw up and have diarrhea, please let me know. Remember: where I go, my sister goes...she needs me to protect her.

I am being held captive...in solitary confinement...with a needle in my arm attached by a tube to a bag of fluids and they keep sticking more needles in this little port on the side. I am always such a good little man...very quiet, except when I am calling my sister. But, this weekend, I was in pain, and I howled all weekend, so THAT WOMAN put me here! Doesn't she know that all I want to do is cuddle on her lap when I hurt? I don't understand humans one bit! Oh, the people taking care of me are very nice, and there are lots of them coming by to pet me and whisper words of encouragement to me, but I miss my sister. I even miss THAT WOMAN who put me here. I heard one of the doctors say that I am very sick and might be here for the week. I don't like that...it's scary here. I just want to go home. I know my sister is scared without me. THAT WOMAN has been upset a lot lately, so I bet she misses me too....because when she is upset, I make her feel better.

I am home, and my sister is thrilled. THAT WOMAN even seems glad that I am back as she gave me extra loving. I lost more weight, which the doctor said was good, but I can't wait to gain it back...if THAT WOMAN will feed me! Otherwise, I will have to resort to stealing my sister's food again. My digestive sensitivities are getting worse, even though I am only 5, so we may have to switch my diet. I love salmon, and usually won't eat anything but the Simply Nourish Salmon from PetSmart, but while in the hospital, they fed me I/D chicken pate...I was starving, so I ate it and kinda developed a taste for it. Not thrilled with the idea of not having kibble because the pate goes right through me, but I don't want to be sick again either. Hope Yin likes chicken, because what I eat, she has to eat to prevent cross-contamination. Maybe I'll stick it out with THAT WOMAN for a while longer. She DID make sure I got better, and I got lots of pets and attention while I was in the hospital.

Well, this is fun! Yin hates our new home, so I have the run of the place...It's small, so I can't run a lot, but I am in control at last. I have the cat tree to myself as well as all the beds on the window sill. Yin won't get in Mom's lap for loving, so I get all of that, too. I do agree with Yin that it would be nice to get out of the door, and I keep opening the closet doors to investigate and see if I can get out that way...no luck. Anyway, Mom does lots of sewing and crocheting, so there are lots of ways for me to get into mischief by myself!

No fun no more! The boarding place Mom took us sent us home with ringworm, which we shared with Mom...and she got mad a ME and made ME go to the Vet just because I'm the one she can get into a carrier! Maybe I'll go on strike!

My new thing...trying to leave the apartment every time the door is opened. I don't like having 2 girls against me. Mom had me on a diet anyway, and now my sister is stealing my food while I am stealing hers! My belly will never be full again. Mom disagrees because of the amount of output, but she doesn't know how much food a big fellow like me needs to be able to chase my sister around all night long. I'm so weak with hunger that last night I landed smack on top of mom when I tried to jump over her...scared her and me to death....she has the scratches to prove it! Maybe she'll give me a bedtime snack tonight so I won't jump over her again...doubt it, but I can dream, can't I?

(Last update: Jan 21st, 2020 1pm)

I am a little unsure about my changing situation in life right now but rely on my brother, Thomas, to lead the way. I am a good follower. I should blossom with a little bit of TLC. I am sweet lovable but more outgoing with my brother around.
Name: Yin

(FKA Theresa)

ID#: VA12057
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 05/23/17
Adopted: 06/25/17
Congrats: The Rev. Kathy
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


Notes from Home
Yin is doing well. She is playful with her brother and even lets me pet her. Holding her is another story, but she trusts me enough to be near me. She lets me know when she is hungry by sitting in front of me and staring until I get up and feed her. She is such a Princess until she decides she wants to be 'King of the Mountain' with her brother, Yang - then, she is all tom-boy! She is very active, climbing the cat tree and furniture but so far is not interested in toys - she has her brother for that.

Yin is sleeping with me now, but quickly leaves the bed when I wake up. She rubs against my toes when I hang my feet off the side of the bed and will sit in the kitchen and watch me prepare her dinner. She still runs if I move in any direction and doesn't seem to understand that she is NOT invisible under the edge of the kitchen cabinet or with her back to me in the cat tree.

Another MAJOR breakthrough with Yin. For the past thee mornings, when I sit up on the side of the bed, she will jump up beside me..alone...without her brother!..She will use her head to direct my hand where she wants me to pet her for a few minute and she is gone again. This has taken 4 months of giving her space...taking to her in a soft voice...never trying to push her into anything. She is now making her own decisions about me and deciding I may be worth keeping after all.

Our morning petting is getting more lively...even if her brother is not present. She demands that my hand goes where she wants it to go and rubs her body down my arm. She will flop on her side for me to pet her while she is lying down or arch her back to increase the pressure when standing up. However, once I get up, she scoots under the bed again. Later in the day, she will come watch me prepare her dinner or stare t me until I get up to fix her dinner....but she doesn't trust me yet. She has to control the situations...always.

My brother, Yang, is the outgoing one. I let him think he is boss, but I really run things by playing the helpless female.

I had started warming up to mom, but she got sick, so I was afraid I was hurting her...I stay away now. When she is asleep, I cuddle with her to protect her. When she is not in bed, I keep it warm for her. I like being near her, but not within reach.

I agree with Yang...she makes good dinners...and the tree was the BEST! I loved all the lights and the little creatures...because they didn't move.

Yang is right....mom might be worth keeping.

I am spending a lot of time on the bed with mom now...sleeping next to her at night and jumping on the bed first thing in the morning for LOTS of petting. But I still won't let her hold me, and once her feet hit the floor, I'm gone! I'm so silly!

I have started playing, and it's a wonderful game. At the first sign of light in the morning, I climb on top of mom's leg and start pulling at the cover at her knee. This makes her roll on her back. If she goes back to sleep, I start pulling at the covers on her knees again until she pulls her arms out from under the covers to get me to stop. Then, I move up to her tummy so she can start petting me. I love this new game! Then, at night, when she is sitting at her desk, I snuggle her legs until she starts petting and brushing me. She's not allowed to pick me up yet, and she understands. I'm just loving these petting games.

Mom has to watch where she steps now because I am always under her feet. I still spend most of my day sleeping in the tube of the cat tree, but in the evenings and during the night, I am with mom...getting a pet or a brushing or sometimes even a treat! I think my brother, Yang, is getting jealous because I am the gorgeous one and getting so much attention!

I got a pedicure today too...and I have been in hiding ever since. I heard Yang yell when they stuck him with the needle and I was afraid they would come and hurt me, too. I won't even come out when Mom shakes the bag of treats. Yang says I'm being a big baby, but I feel safe on the floor in the corner behind the cat tree where no one can get to me...and if they try, I am faster than they are!

My mommy left me! The lady caring for me said she went to Dook. She took a LONG time with her Dook. I can dookie and cover it up in just a minute or two but she was gone a whole week!. Her litter box must have been a long way away or she must have been constipated. Anyway, she is home and using this thing with wheels that helps her walk. I'm not going anywhere near her. I am mad at her. She left me, and now she brings this strange thing into the apartment. Yang doesn't mind, but I'm not so fast to forgive her for leaving me.

Mommy is feeling better, although she uses this thing she calls a walker...but it rolls! Silly name! She took us to the doctor for our 4-year-old check-up and all the nasty shots, and then she held me for the very first time. I was still scared and really did not like it much, but I let her. When we got home, she held me again until I relaxed and then let me get down. The doctor made her cut back on our food...my brother has gained weight. Well, he is still gaining weight, because he eats all of my food now! I like to beg her for treats by nudging her on the back of her leg while she is sitting at her desk...I'm smart! I know she keeps them there...but Yang hears her open the bag and comes running. She needs to learn to be quiet!

I sleep with Mommy all the time now...she is nice and warm to cuddle with. Then, when she wakes up, I rub up against her to get her to pet me and scratch my back. She sits on the bed for a long time petting me and never tries to pick me up, which is good. Later, when she is sitting at her desk, I nuzzle the back of her legs to let her know I am ready for her to brush me. I have her trained purrrfectly! Yang doesn't like this...he's jealous and stretches out on the back of the sofa with his back to us. Fine with me. I like getting all of the attention for a change. Mom has decreased our food, but I don't think Yang is losing any weight...I am because he eats my food and his. Mom takes care of that. She knows that I am a Princess and drink out of a bowl, not the toilet like Yang, and that I prefer the dry food to the liquid canned. So, while Yang sulks, she lets me eat. She spoils me but I deserve it!

My brother continues to take my food even though mom tries to keep him away. I still don't trust her with food, since food was used to catch me so much, I won't eat until she is in a different part of the apartment. She closes Yang up in the bedroom so I can eat, but then I get upset because I cannot find him or I think the Cat Ladies are coming to trim my nails. Then yesterday, she said "Something was rotten in the state of Denmark" and I got worried...until I realized she was studying the religious implications in Shakespheare's Hamlet, NOT my litter box!

I don't understand my mom! I leave her alone all day so she can get her work done, but when I get hungry, I'm hungry. I go sit in front of her at 3:30 every day, waiting for her to feed me. I even talk to her nicely, asking her to feed me because I am so hungry. She keeps telling me I have to wait...it isn't time yet! Every time I ask to be fed, she tells me I have to wait! What is this 'time' stuff? I don't know how to tell time...I don't have a clock. I just know that I am hungry, and I want to eat when I am hungry, not wait until 6:30! How do I teach her Siamese so she can understand? Maybe if I would let her hold me once, she would not be so mean.

Another wonderful Christmas with LOTS of toys to play with...guess I was a very good girl this year. Now that I have come out of my shell and started playing, Mom makes sure I have toys. I am talking more, too. The only sound I make is little squeaks unless Yang bites me...then I yell! But I also yell when I don't know where Yang is. I still need him around, even though there is another cat here that I love. Yang is my brother,and I will always want to be near him.

I have come a little further out of my shell. I still won't let mom pick me up. However, when she is sitting at her desk, I stand on my hind legs with my front paws on her leg and talk to her. She is not sure if I am begging for food or attention, but I mostly get pets and brushing - she is very strict about keeping my girlish figure. I spend a lot of time on the arm of her recliner and in her lap, too. She has been so sad for weeks, and I am doing all I can to cheer her up.

Passed my 6-year-old check-up with flying colors. The doctor says I am a purr-fect 7.7 pounds and said my mom is doing a great job of taking care of me. I let her hold me for a few minutes after the vet, but have gone back to just talking to her and jumping up on the arm of her desk chair or recliner for attention as desired. Life is so sweet now that mom found that other cat she was fostering a forever home.

WAHOO! My brother is home. I get so scared when he is gone, and he was gone a long time. He still doesn't feel very good, I can tell. So, I'll just cuddle up to him and let him know how much I love him until he feels like himself again.

Mom put us in what she called "Cat Camp" for 8 days while she moved from our wonderful one-bedroom apartment into a shoe box (studio apartment) where there is NO ROOM for me to chase Yang around any more. I hate it here. I won't even get into my Cat Tree even though it is by the windows and we can see the tops of the trees loaded with birds from this 3rd floor location. I preferred watching the chipmunks and squirrels playing on the ground...I'm afraid of heights! Even the beds on the window sill won't tempt me to look out the windows. I hide under the bed all day, only coming out to eat, sleep with Mom and try to get out the door of the apartment so I can explore bigger worlds!

Mom says I am a little stinker! I have come out of my shell and am ruling the roost. Yang doesn't know what to think of this new me. I'm the one pouncing on him instead of the other way around. I get to sit on the back of Mom's chair and rub the back of her head moving her dead back and forth while she tries to crochet. I'm now eating his food because he eats mine...and he is not happy about that!..I got tired of being hungry because he ate both, so I eat his now...so take that big brother! Mom still can't hold me, but she doesn't seem to mind because I let her pet me and cuddle a bit every day. All in all, I'm liking my new life...get used to it, Yang!

(Last update: Jan 21st, 2020 1pm)

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Name:   Rilla (The Little One)
ID#: VA6160
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 19 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 02/22/09
Adopted: 04/05/09
Deceased: 01/01/20
Congrats: Victoria
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 any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
Get in here! Sit down, because I'm getting on your lap! Okay, squat down and I'll get on your knees. Okay, lay down and I'll climb on your chest. Well gosh, just bend down and I'll get on your back. I just want a cuddle!!!!! What's the matter with that??????

Fur soft as silk, I'm an easy keeper!

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Notes from Home
4/22/16: Rilla is doing very well. It's hard to believe she will be 16 soon! She had her dental in February and didn't have to have any teeth pulled, thank goodness. She's slowing down a little, but continues to play and is so affectionate.

Rilla is thriving and such a sweetie! She had her dental cleaning in February and, unfortunately, had to have a couple of teeth pulled, but she did very well. She loves the heated mattress cover on my bed and curls up with me every night. When I adopted her, Siamese Rescue said she should be an 'only' cat. Siri told me that perhaps in the future I could consider adding another meezer and I would like to consider this.
7/28/14: I'm so lucky to have such a wonderful friend! Rilla continues to thrive and it's hard to believe she's 14 now. Her dental exam in February went very well and she didn't have to have any teeth pulled and her May check-up went equally well.
She is such a sweetie and likes to cuddle with me every night when I get home. Rilla still gets a little overstimulated when I brush her, but she lets me do so and doesn't put up any fuss when I trim her nails. What a difference it's been since I first brought her home.
I take her for walks in her pet stroller and she really appears to enjoy the outdoor time. I hope to have her for many more years and am very grateful for the years we've had. Thanks to Siri and Siamese Rescue for such a wonderful match!

4/5/17: We had a scare yesterday and I took Rilla to the vet. Her bloodwork came back with surprisingly good results. It looks like she has a UTI, which we're treating. She's feeling much better and I'll take her back to the vet in two weeks to get another urine sample. She is such a sweet girl and I am so grateful to have her in my life.

4/17/18: Rilla continues to do well; it's hard to believe she's 17. She has lost a little more weight and I'm feeding her more wet food. She still likes her Orijen and Evo dry foods and fresh water. Rilla's bloodwork was normal last time and the vet told me that her weight loss is due to aging. She's still pretty active and very affectionate! I take her to the vet twice a year now since she is a senior and she's due soon for another visit. This isn't her favorite place to be! I hope to have her with me for at least a few more years, but I'll take what I can get.

8/1/19: Rilla is still queen of the house and is doing well. A few months ago I noticed she was pacing and looked like she lost more weight. The last vet appt. went well and her bloodwork was normal. The vet told me senior cats can lose weight and we would keep an eye on it. This time, her bloodwork indicated hyperthyroidism. After some time with medication, Rilla has gained some weight and isn't pacing anymore. Her heart rate is back to normal and I can tell she's feeling better, thank goodness. She now hops into her stroller when she wants to go outside and is still the most affectionate little girl. It's hard to believe she's 19 years old, although I don't believe her hearing is as acute. Maybe it's become more selective! She's still quite active and I'm grateful for every day I have with her.

1/20/20: My heart is heavy. Rilla's hyperthyroidism became difficult to manage and she developed other problems as well. On Friday, January 17th, she crossed the rainbow bridge at our vets office while I was holding her in my arms. Rilla was such a blessing and brought such joy to my life. I'm trying to adjust without her, although I know how fortunate I am to have had her as long as I did. Rest in peace, sweetheart.

(Last update: Jan 20th, 2020 11pm)

Just like my namesake, I love to have a good time, be silly, a bit crazy, and a bit headstrong. I'm young and healthy, energetic and fun, and very comfortable in my own skin. If you want kitten like but just one, then ask about me and I'll share my secrets!
Name: Snow

(FKA Lucille Ball)

ID#: VA11075
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 09/13/15
Adopted: 11/21/15
Congrats: Yunjie
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 any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat


Notes from Home
Great and smart...very strong personality, get well along with kids. no doubt very cute.

Everything is fine. sweet and happy. get along well with every family member. we are lucky to have her. hope she can control weight better and drink more...I keep working on it.

it has been two years! time flies....Snow is still sweet and active, like to sleep on our pillow....still bite lightly, but we are fine with that now.....I think she trained us.
Got a physical exam and shots on Sep, the Doctor said she should control weight, so add more wet food for her. She is very picky about wet food...does not eat most of all common cans on market.
very very sweet and smart, sometimes bite very lightly, love people and stay with you all the time.

(Last update: Jan 13th, 2020 12pm)

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Name:   Nalani
ID#: VA12824
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 10/27/18
Adopted: 12/15/18
Congrats: Pamela
Foster: Debra

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
This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
Foster Mom is having issues getting pictures uploaded and it is a shame because I am a stunning seal point girl that should be gawked at and worshipped. She was able to post a video of me that shows you how stunning I am. I beg to be picked up so I can be carried around all the time. I LOVE giving kisses - Foster moms face, hands and neck get my attention. I am on the high energy side - not bouncing off the walls or anything - after all, I AM a lady but I do love to play. Mom keeps calling me a keeper but says my attitude towards other cats means I have to find other digs. I will need lots of love and attention so ask about me if you want a constant, demanding companion to worship.

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Notes from Home
Hello Siamese cat lovers!
I adopted my gorgeous Siamese December 15th, 2018. Nalani has brought so much joy to me, my friends, boyfriend, and my family. Nalani is 2 years old know and loves to play! She is a spoiled little love bug. Her favorite toy is the "chase the mouse toy" that comes on a stick. She also loves curling up with mom and gives lots of kitty kisses/licks! I cannot imagine my life without this little one in it, and I am so thankful to Siamese Rescue Center for matching me with such a loving and deserving kitten.

(Last update: Jan 9th, 2020 3pm)

I need a home. I like cats, dogs, and kids. I play. I meow when I want something. I want to sleep in your bed. I am a lapcat. I lie upside down. I purr. I'm pretty. Handsome too. I beg food from fosterdad. I am spoiled. I help wash dishes. I chase balls of paper. My teeth chatter when I see birds. I can't help it. I'm a great cat. Vote for me. Or even better, click on "Ask about me".

Name: Saban

(FKA Charlie)

ID#: VA7617
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: male
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 03/13/11
Adopted: 04/16/11
Congrats: Jeaninne
Foster: Williene

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
4/18/11-Charlie is home and loving it! He is a sweet, loving very curious kitty! He came into our house and within half hour made himself at home. He has found his favorite nap place and takes over our bed at night. He is going to be one spoiled baby!

4/19/11-Charlie has been renamed to Saban. My fiance says he is his new football watching partner and Nick Saban is the coach of Alabama so he will be a Alabama football fan. He's doing great and loving his new home. The funny thing is, with all the toys he has at home to play with he picks my ponytail holders. I find them all over the house and if I leave one on the bathroom counter he steals it. He's such a fun loving, sweet tempered kitty. These last couple of days with him have been so much fun. We both look so forward to getting home and seeing him every day. He will be making his first vet visit soon to meet his new doctor and make a new friend I'm sure. I will keep everyone updated.

4/21/11-Saban went to meet Dr. Wilburn yesterday. He was quite the ham. Nosing around the room sniffing everything. All the ladies loved him. The one guy thought he was "cool". When the nurse and Dr. Wilburn came in to see him he was ready to play with all of them. She said he looked great. His lungs and heart sound good and he is a fiesty one! He's such a sweet baby. We love him so much and have so much fun with him. He makes me laugh so hard when I am laying in the bed and he runs as fast as he can down the hall and jumps on the bed and onto the floor on the other side then starts all over again. He does it until he wears himself out.

We also weathered our first thunderstorm with tornado warnings together the other night. He was so good and not scared in the least bit. Infact he wanted to get in the window so bad to see what was making all the racket outside. Even when the thunder was shaking the house he never hid. Just laid in the floor like he's done it a thousand times! I don't think there will be a dull moment in our house now that he is with us :)

4/26/11-Saban is doing so well. He is the cutest most fun kitty. He makes us laugh all the time with his silly antics. I bought him a harness and a leash so he can go outside and walk around but he wanted nothing to do with it. I put it on him and he fell over. I even thought maybe if I took him out and put him in the grass he would give in and accept it! No such luck, so the leash is a work in progress. He loves to come in the bathroom in the mornings with me while I am getting ready and run and play and snoop through all my things. Since going to the vet he has not been able to play with my ponytail holders because they said he could swollew them so he tries to snoop some out. He goes absolutely crazy when he sees one and can't have it. If my hair is in a ponytail he will swipe at my hair trying to get it out. He's such a great kitty and we are so appreciative of the Siamese Rescue for bringing us together with him.

5/5/11-This weekend Saban gets to meet him "grandparents". We are very excited to introduce him to some more of his family. We know they are going to love him as much as we do. I'm not sure he is going to know what to do when they shut the bedroom door at night as he loves to drag his toys and his bed (yes his little bed) into the room at night. I'm trying to figure out if he wants the bed in there so he can sleep on it but I put it on the bed last night and he didn't. I think he drags things in there for us to play with him while we are sleeping. He is doing so well and eating like a horse. I have to be careful and limit him or he would eat the whole house. He is our precious baby and we feel like we have had him forever.

6/2/11-Saban is doing so well and he is so much fun and just precious. We decided to get him a "brother" so that he would have someone to play with while we are at work because he is so full of energy. Sabie loved his new brother right away and wanted to play but Bama was not so sure about Saban because he ran him to death and was constantly jumping and playing. But over the last week Bama has losened up alot and even started chasing Saban around the house. They tear up and down the hallway like race cars. But at night they get their bellies full and both get in the bed with us. Saban is a total food theif. You have to watch him because if you leave ANYTHING at all on the counter he will try and eat it. My fiance's dad has peg it, we think he is a dat (a cat dog). Thank you Siamese Cat Rescue for all the smiles and good times we have had with Sabie so far!

6/12/11-Saban and Bama are the best of friends. It's so cute. They run all over the house chasing each other and wrestling. We were a little worried that Bama was not going to adjust well to Saban but as you can see from the pictures I just uploaded they love each other!

9/1/11-We have had Saban for almost 5 months now and wouldn't know what to do without him. He is so mischevious and nosey and SUPER fun!! He LOVES his brother. I took Bama to the vet the other day and my husband said Saban went all over the house looking for him. He has started this new thing where he take pieces of his hard food out of his bowl and bats them and tosses them around the house chasing after them and when he finally feels like it, he will eat it and go back for another. Silly baby. We are looking forward to the winter to have these warm snugglie boys to sleep with!

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10/18/11-We have had Saban for 6 months! Wow, we feel like he has been in our house with us forever. He's such a little ham and an in the closet cuddle kitty. He sneaks in for a cuddle while we are sleeping at night. Loves to curl up between our legs or beside us stretched out. If I pick him up during the day to hug and kiss on him he puts his paws on my face and pushes away (my husband calls it stiff arming). Him and his brother love to terrorize the house early in the morning. They get up with me to get ready in the morning and play in the bathroom chasing each other in and out the bathroom doors, all the while my husband is trying to sleep. Most of the time he is laying there watching them and laughing. You can't help but love his little personality. Last night a neighborhood kitty came to the kitchen window to visit, where they have a hammock bed in the window seal. I heard Saban making a crazy noise so I took a peek and the kitty was outside sitting in the flower bed under the window looking back at Saban. He's such a cute baby and we love him so much. We couldn't be happier with our decision to adopt from the Siamese Cat Rescue!

11/29/11-Saban had his first Thanksgiving with us and boy did he love some turkey! He filled his belly full then slept for hours. We put the Christmas tree up the Friday after Thanksgiving not sure what was going to happen and worried him and his brother may try to climb it or knock it over. So far they have just laid under it chilling...although Saban has discovered the smartie flavored candy canes and has decided to bite any of them hanging down that he can reach in half. He doesn't like the mint ones. Last night he saw his first snow, and he wasn't sure what to think. He just kept watching the flakes fall. I carried him out on the back porch and he didn't like them landing his head at all. This is going to be a very fun holiday season with our sweet baby kitties!


1/27/12-Saban is doing very well. We look forward so much to coming home from work to see our babies. They have some kitty "friends" that like to come and visit them while they are laying in their beds in the window seals. Their "protect my home" mode comes on immediately. I have attached a couple of new pictures of Saban. One of these days he is going to fall in that bathtub and I hope I am there to catch it on camera.

4/16/12-Happy Anniversary to our baby boy. Wow, we can't believe we have had our Saban for a whole year. Time sure flies. He's still a very curious, nosy baby. If it is new and different in the house he is going to be right up in the middle of it. Very much unlike his brother, Bama who runs at the sign of anything new. He's still not a lap kitty but he does love to snuggle and head butt in the morning before his nap. He's a sneaky boy too. My husband went fishing and had the fish fillets in the sink in a bowl and walked outside for a minute and came back in to Saban and Bama with a fillet on the floor going to town. They were so sad :( when Bill came in and caught them and took it away. We know the culprit was Saban because he is the only one who gets on the counters. Bama just get to reap the benefits. We love and enjoy every day with our boys. We really appreciate Siamese Cat Rescue for bringing us together with Saban. Thank you again!
The Holloway's

7/26/12-Saban had his yearly shots and check up at Dr. Wilburn's office on Tuesday, he is in great health. They all just rave about what a pretty boy he is. He is always so good and super nosy at the vet. He wants out of his cage to check everything out. He wasn't real happy when they took him out to weight him (15.4 lbs) and give him his shots then put his back. He wanted to roam the room and watch his brother, Bama get his check up and shots. I am attaching a picture of the sad look on his little face wanting out. They had their first baby visitors come and stay for a few days. My friends came to visit with their twins and Saban was so curious and not the least bit scared of them. He wanted to know exactly what those babies were doing at all times. We love those baby boys so much!

11/29/12-It's that time of the year, the Christmas tree is up and the temps are getting chilly. Saban is doing so good, I can't believe how much he has changed since we first adopted him. He is still mischievous as ever. Not one day has gone by since I put the Christmas tree up that I haven't come home to ornaments off the tree and even carried around the house (a snowman he discovered), and the tree skirt bunched up in the corner. Those silly babies run under the tree and play every chance they get. I have moved all the ornament out of reach, so the bottom of our tree is a little bare. I guess I should be thankful they don't climb the tree. We have changed their soft food to a brand my husband did some research on called Natural Balance (made by Dick Van Patten) and they LOVE it. They have chicken and green pea, duck and green pea salmon and green pea, venison and a lot of other kinds. The boys eat it up even with veggies in it. It's getting cold so they have gotten to where they both get in the bed with us and take over. Funny how 2 small kitties can take up so much space. We continue to love those babies so much and enjoy their company. I am attaching a couple of new pictures.

4/16/13-Wow, we can't believe it's been 2 years since we brought Saban into our family and what a wonderful addition he has been. He is still just like a kitten, full of energy and personality. He still loves his brother but picks and bugs him just like little brothers do. He is definitely his dad's cat. He loves my husband and comes to him when ever called. Most of the time he just looks at me like I am some kind of crazy person calling his name. We appreciate Siamese Cat Rescue every day for bringing us our boy. I am attaching some new pictures.

12/11/13-Merry Christmas fellow Siamese lovers. Saban is ready for Santa to bring him some presents although sometimes he's a naughty kitty. But we love love love him. He is still doing great and mischievous as ever. About a month ago we did have a issue with what we thought was a urinary tract infection. We took him to the vet 3 times :( They had to take urine each time and gave him (2) different antibiotics. Finally the third time he was not going to allow them to take the urine (he's a smart boy, and he knew what was coming) so they had to sedate him, which I think was more traumatic for me then him. She said that after the antibiotics and it wasn't better that she would culture it and bet it would not show bacteria but that he was inflamed down there. She gave him an anti inflammatory and some valium to help him relax to use the bathroom to try until we got the culture back. Within 3 days he was back to his old self and not in the litter box every few minutes. He was a good boy though and never went on the floor. I will say I have become a professional at giving him pills and he is actually really good about it. He outsmarted us with the pill pockets. The culture came back negative so no infection. We are just so happy he is feeling better and back to our old Sabie. Of course he is loving the Christmas tree and hiding and sleeping under it. He hopes you all have a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

4/16/14-Wow, I can't believe Saban has been with us for 3 years. Time sure flies. He's still frisky and mischievous as ever. It's starting to warm up out and he has been "hunting" our hummingbirds that come to the feeders. He is bound and determined that he is going to catch one. Poor thing, doesn't realize that since he can't go out alone that momma is not going to let him kill one. But it's good for him to hunt. He is still not much of a lap kitty but he will stay and take a nap if you put him there. He does love to snuggle up to us in the bed and keep us nice and cozy on cold nights. He still loves his brother and they give each other baths but they always lead to a round of rough housing. He's gotten a little more vocal lately. But he doesn't have that typical siamese cry. It's a little kitty cry but still so cute. I can't help but tell him how adorable he is when he looks at me with that cute little face and meows. Thank you again Siamese rescue for bringing us to our cute, fluffy, frisky boy!

12/19/14-Merry Christmas my fellow Siamese cat lovers. Saban is gearing up for another holiday and is anxiously awaiting his usual Holiday company, his grandparents. He loves when they come to visit because they spoil him and his brother. So far we have had another year of no issues with the tree. Well only one ornament has been broken so far but it could be much worse. Saban is still doing great. Cute as ever. Him and his brother got their teeth cleaned a few months back. Since his urinary issues he doesn't like the vet at all. He was so unhappy with them after his teeth cleaning that 3 of them could not get him out of the cage to put in the carrier. I could hear him in the waiting room going a little nuts on them. Finally my husband had to go back and get him. Once he realized it was his daddy reaching in for him he was just fine. He went into his cage with no problems. Poor little guy. I hate he doesn't like them now. I'm sure there is probably a big note in his file that says BEWARE OF CAT! LOL. Anyway, he wants to wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! He wants ya'll to check out his picture under the tree!

4/16/15-WOW 4 years we've had our little stinker. He is doing great, spoiled and completely loved! We could never imagine our household with out him running around playing, pestering his brother or taking over our entire bed at night. Thank you again Siamese Cat Rescue for 4 great years so far!

6/27/16-Saban has been with us over 5 years. He is doing great. He and his brother just had their yearly check up's and shots at the vet. Saban isn't too fond of the vet anymore. He just growls at them if they mess with him. He's such a sweet boy, I hate for them to see that side of him. He's still mischevious as ever. Alway into something and picking on his brother. They love to lay in the front window where the bird bath is and watch the birds...He loves to go in the garage and explore and hunt lizards (he catches them but they get taken away right away and put outside where he can't get them). He still doesn't love to get in your lap but if you put him there and pet him he will stay a little while. I am going to add a couple of new pictures. Hope everyone has a wonderful summer.

2/29/18-Saban is doing great. We have had him almost 7 years now. (April is his gotcha month). He is still a mischevious nosey boy who likes to get into everything. He met one of his dogcousins not too long ago. I wasn't sure how he would do with him but he was super curious. He never hissed or acted ugly. Bailey (his cousin) is a 15 year old tripod pom. The sweetest calmest dog I've ever met. I think Saban realized he was older and at a disadvantage only having 3 legs. I am going to attach a picture. We made it through Christmas with no tree incidents. We are now counting down the days until spring! Saban wishes you all a happy rest of winter!

1/7/19-It's been a while since I updated. Saban is doing great. He's been a busy kitty.We built a new house in the woods and he is busy back screen porch sitting and hunting deer from the windows. He's still the same silly kitty he always has been. We love him so much. He definitely brings a lot of personality to our house. I am attaching new pictures.

(Last update: Jan 7th, 2020 10am)

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Name:   Summit
ID#: VA6780
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 21 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 12/30/09
Adopted: 04/10/10
Deceased: 12/21/19
Congrats: Karen
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
OK, fess up - have you been spending all your time asking about those young things??? Well, listen up - Foster Mom says I'm only middle aged. I don't much like that description, but it means that us Meezers can live a really long time. And that means I'm sticking around for many years if I can help it!

So here's a little bit about me. I'm sort of shy with new situations and new people, but once I decide you're OK, I'm all loving. Please rub my belly, would you? And bring that catnip over here - it makes me veeeery happy.

If you have a quiet home and would like a bed buddy or a computer buddy, then ask about me! Foster Mom thinks maybe a calm dog or a cat who would let me do my own thing would be OK. Or I'd be great as your one and only.

I talk in soft little meows. And I purr, purr, purr once you get me going! I just had all my teeth cleaned, too. So ask about me, and Foster Mom will tell you all about how great I am!

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Notes from Home
April 2010

Summit has made great strides in her time in her forever home the past two weeks. Her foster mom Rinn prepared her well in accepting other animals and building her confidence. She is very sweet and enjoys sleeping with me and is slowly moving beyond her "safe" room to explore the rest of our home. Her friend Chaz (our other adopted snowshoe)) is working hard on her acceptance, and Jasmine (our woofer) gets 5 stars for good behavior. We easily coexist without any added strife or confusion.

All of Summut's tests have been good and she is eatting heartedly whatever food is presented to her. Both of the cats happily share their meals and seem to be enjoying the others companionship.

Thank you Rinn and Siamese Rescue for a wonderful beginning. It was nice meeting you Rinn and I 'm sure Summit felf safe with you on her long journey north to Connecticut.

Best regards and love from Summit,

May 2010

Summit continues to blossom in our home these past 6 weeks. She seeks out attention when she hears someone, but remains quite independent in her behavior. She has become more secure when approached and is really a love bug to those she likes. She is a huge snuggler to myself and my daughter when she is home from college and I have found it more comfortable to hold her. We are only too happy to help build her confidence and sense of self.

For such a little girl I wonder where all the food she consumes goes. She is slowly exploring the three floors of our home with much more interest and confidence. We hope she will be ready for our trip mid July to our home on the ocean with its big windows and we look forward to her being with us.

Her vet visit this month went very well and her chin acne is almost gone. Her weight is now 8 pounds and the vet reports she is a healthy sweetheart. She gets an A+ for litter habits and appetite and sweetness!

We will send photos soon. Love to Rinn,

Karen and Summit

Oct 2010

Summit has blossomed tremendously the past 2 months. Although she is still a bit hesitant of strangers, she no longer hides when a friend enters our home, and she is visible either in a chair, at the sliders, or on her post most of the day. She no longer ducks when reached for and my daughter is possessed to hold her and she just melts in her arms afterward. I must say she is a soft fluffy little bundle who acts younger than her described age of 10/11yrs. by previous owners. She is very alert and plays dramatically with her catnip toys, especially her banana toy, and spends most of her day intently watching the goings-on outside. Summit's appetite is very strong, and I wonder where all the food she consumes goes. She has accepted our other rescue (Chaz) and seems astonished she can walk past our dog (Jasmine) without fear. She is still a bed-bug that loves her safe room, but has become willing to share it with our household animals and friends and family. Summit has just discovered the bed sent to her from Siamese Rescue with complete awe, having eyed it for 6 months but fearful to be so exposed by sleeping in it on the floor. She now can spend the night in it if she chooses or bask in the sun in it during the day without fear. That picture is attached because it is so meaningful to me.
We are so pleased that Summy has progressed with such beauty, sweetness and energy. Thanks to everyone who played such a strong part in allowing this little girl to find her way, especially Rinn, her foster mom. We love our sweet pea, Karen

April 2012

Summit has lived happily and flourished in her forever home for two years now... how time flies. Our records show a 13+ age girl but that is hard to believe. Our fluffy girl progresses daily with her loving sweetness towards those she trusts whose circle continues to widen as she learns she is safe and loved. Summit's appetite is quite verocious, and her weight is now a stable 10 lbs., a perfect weight for her small frame. Her kidney values have remained stable with the daily addition of Azodol and her vet is very pleased with her health. She ventures out of her room with no antipation of danger and has found many favorite spots throughout our 3-floor home and is very alert throughout the day. Summit is a happpy member of our clan including Jasmine our 10 yr. lab/shep mix and Chaz our 12yr.earlier adoptee from SCRC who can now share the same bed and room on occassion. YEA!!
We love you Summy girl,
Ma & Pa and the other guys!

April 10, 2013


Our Summy girl is enjoying sharing the queen role with our 12-year old lab shepherd Jasmine. We lost our beloved Chaz suddenly last month and we all are struggling to adjust from that loss. I am able to give Summit more attention and she just loves our time together. She sleeps soundly next to me each night and is up early to check out the birds, squirrels and nature each morning. She has a great appetite and her weight is now a stable 10lbs. Summit continues on Azodyl 2x daily and her kidney values have been stable. She is much more accepting of strangers and our dog and any hissing is a rare event.

Summit is very beautiful and a great companion for me at home and next to the computer. We love you dearly Sunshine!


May 4, 2014


Summit is fairing very well in her 15th year of life. She loves to eat and has beome a snuggly and loving girl with her meowmom at night. The addition of her new younger SCRC friend Gunner has added a new dimension to her previous quiet and independednt life. Her friend is so insistant on her companionship that she now accepts his sweetness without much objection and the two are often together at least in the same room. My heart smiles when I find him on his back legs up, paws curled and she curled somewhere close by. Summit's medical exams and blood work have been excellent. Her right eye lens has fluxated and moves sometimes and she requires eye drops daily for glaucoma but these are easily done.. She continues on Azodyl twice daily for early kidney disase and her levels have been stable for three years since I have given her this probiotic. Summit still slips her tiny 9lb+ frame under the bed covers without disturbung anything around her for a daily nap each day!
It has been a total joy to love and care for her through these four plus years.

Stay well my Sunshine, we love you dearly.

Mom, Dad, Jasmine and Gunner

(Pictures soon when the sun comes out in New England!)

May 4, 2015

Dear Sunshine,

HAPPY 5 - Year Anniversary in Your Forever Home!

We are so happy to update our snowshoe geezer's great health and eye reports in her 16th year. She is a very strong girl and her eye reports have gone from possible eye removal to two years of various eye drop treatments (one involving a very severe reaction), high ocular pressures and glaucoma to completion of eye drop therapy for glaucoma and uvelitis. Her records are a very proud moment for her Opthamologist, Dr. Clara Williams at Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital and us.
Summit continues her Azodyl twice daily treatment and low protein Royal Canin diet. She has a wonderful appetite and heartily looks for her next meal!
Gunner, our scrc ragdoll fluffer has been with us now for one year and brings a ray of daily sunlight to her life. The two spend mornings together in front of our living room sliders before daybreak (now there is sunshine in Boston!) and often play with their toys together in our upper foyer. Summit still loves her catnip and it can get her very happy!

We will be uploading current photos today. Please check out how terrific this gal looks for her age!

We love you Summy!! Stay well xoxo.

Mom, Dad, Jasmine and Gunner

September 15, 2016

Dear Sweet Sunshine,

Happy 7th anniversary in our home Summy. You are a remarkable snowshoe at 17! We lost our sweet 15 year old lab/shepherd Jasmine this past December and life has really not been the same in our home without her You are simply amazing in your ability to become the girl of the household and you have increased your confidence and ability to be the girl of the house dramatically, It is wonderful to hear that Geezer voice which had been silent for so long!

You and Gunner are enjoying our home in Massachusetts and trips to Maine during the summer. You have adapted so well and we are so proud of our beautiful girl at 17 years old. We feel blessed to watch you develop into the sweet playful Geezer you were destined to be. Your diet of R.C.Renal and the Azodyl supplement seems to be working well for your kidney health and helping your health . We are proud to have cured your glaucoma, the first the opthamologist had seen! don't know what I would do without your early morning rubs in my bed!

Keep up the good work sweetheart. Our prayers are always with you Summy!

With our love always,

Mom, Dad and Gunner.

July 2019

Happy Golden Years Summy

We celebrated Summit's 20th birthday this year. She is amazing to us considering she battles pancreatitis, chronic kidney disease and glaucoma on a daily basis. We are helping her recover from a third eye lid procedure due to a hemorrhage in her right eye. She is such a trooper and wears her cone willingly each night so her mama can sleep and not worry. Gunner provides her much needed company and love. We have been so blessed to enjoy her since April 2010. Thank you all who continue to support and foster these beautiful kitties for Siamese Rescue. Will update pictures soon.

December 21, 2019

We love you always Summit

Our Precious Summy passed away today following some complications of a veterinarian prescribed arthritis injection. We will always remember her as a strong beam of light and the mother figure for our now 8 year old Gunner. Please pray for us and Gunner as our hearts are sadly broken.

You are so so missed "mama."

Our forever love,
Doug, Karen and Gunner

(Last update: Jan 5th, 2020 5pm)

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.
Name: Missy

(FKA Celine)

ID#: VA11508
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 11 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


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 anymore💗

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.

02/02/2020-Mama hasn't updated me for a while cause she really wanted to tell everyone I've become her lap kitty. Fact is, I'm still not but Mama is my favorite purrrson. Dad's a high second but I adore my Mom. I purr for her and if she lays on the floor I nibble her nose and toes and purr so loud she laughs. Sometimes I let her snatch me and she puts me on her chest and talks so soft to me. I love it but I can't let her know so I escape real fast but come right back and head bump her face and make sure I leave cat hair all over her face! She laughs and calls me silly girlt!
The really cool thing she does it she shuts the door to the bedroom at night and I am the ONLY one in with her most of the time. I started sleeping at her feet but I've moved up to her side and sometimes if she keeps very still I'll nudge my way under the covers and cuddle up to her back and sleep. I'm sure my fur is soft and warm as she makes little cooing noises when I do so. So I wait for her to get up to go to bed then I run down the hall real quick so I get in!
I still have brothers which can be annoying but if no one watches I've been know to chase them around the house and get some good running exercises. I used to be terrified of windows, sunlight and whatever is out there but she kept putting me in this window on a pillow and after three years I have to admit it's pretty cool. I actually sit there now and watch birds and furry things she calls squirrels.
I'm never leaving here, nope. ...and if someone comes over I vanish just like that ... but as soon as the last person is out of my house poof! I'm right there when they turn around after closing the door. She still insists I could be a lap kitty but I'm not to sure. I do walkovers once in a while and if she picks me up and stands really still I can feel her heartbeat. She talks so soft and sweet to me that sometimes I lay my head on her arm and just rest there. She is sweet and I'm happy...Thank you for saving me and finding her for me. >^..^<

(Last update: Jan 2nd, 2020 10am)

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Name: Jacque

(FKA Pierre)

ID#: VA5861
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 18 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 08/13/08
Adopted: 09/21/08
Congrats: Diana
Foster: Kay

Foster Notes

Hey! Don't let these crossed eyes fool ya! I can see very well and will get all excited and flop over for loving when I see you coming and tell you "hurry up" with my deep meezer voice.

I am a bit under the weather right now, but am getting my meds and have a real comfy bed to rest in. Meowmy says I shoud be fine in a few days, and then maybe she'll let me meet some of the other cats here to see how we get along.
So keep watching, and you should be able to inquire about me by the end of the weekend.

Purrs and headbutts,

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Notes from Home
Bonjour à tous mes amis au sauvetage siamois:

Je suis Jacques! Incroyable! Neuf ans! Sorry for the French, I will speak English now. Meow!

Neither maman nor I knew I could keep you all informed about my doings. Nine years is long time so the tale I will share with you will be a long one too, but you will have to wait. Maman has agreed to be my ghostwriter, but she'll need a few days to figure grades for her students and get caught up on other things. I've put my paw in the appointment book and hope to post my story and some pictures too this weekend. It will be worth the wait. I promise you.

Once thing before I sign off for a bit, could someone fix the spelling error in my name. Je m'appelle Jacques. I'm a proud Siamese, and even though the -s is silent, it is necessary. Meow!

jusqu'à la prochaine fois.

Purrs, headbutts, and paws,



To all my friends at Siamese rescue:

Maman is working hard today and may not get the last nine years of my story ready for all to read today. Lesson plan and class preparation take precedence. I say she works too hard, but the time just before bedtime is all for us. Of course, I and my pride support her through all the trials and tribulations of human life. Just to keep you interested I have chosen a couple of pics for you to admire. Hope you enjoy them. Talk to you again soon. Meow!

Purrs, headbutts, paws, meows,



Joyeux Noël mis amis:

Jacques here wishing all of you a very merry holiday. MEOW!

I know I promised to get you all caught up on my doings these last nine years but meowm has been very, very busy with all that she does so that computer time is at a premium. I know it’s a poor excuse, but it is the truth. Besides, I’d rather have my meowm curled up on the couch with me asleep on top then have her busy at the computer. I am her shadow. Wherever she is I am. If I am not in the middle of it, I am nearby. Meowm always tells her friends that if they would like to have a dog in a cat size package to get a Siamese. Her friends always say that they thought Siamese were mean cats and creepy because Siamese meow so much. Mean? Us meezers mean? Creepy? What some humans don’t know is just astounding. And then they have nerve to think they are the bee’s knees. Humans, humph. MEOW! However, there are some humans that are awesome, meowm for one and all the people involved with Siamese Rescue. Meow! Meow! Meow!

It’s been nine years since I came to be in my forever home. And I guess it is best to start at the beginning. When I arrived home, my meowm to be put me in a room all by my lonesome. It was a good room and had a beanbag in it. That was a great place to sleep. I do very much approve of the creature comforts in life. I was very restless that first night. Even though meowm and her roommate paid a lot of attention to me when I got home, I was just too excited to settle down. Eventually, meowm had to leave and take care of other things. There were other cats in the house, and one wasn’t feeling good. Meowm was worried. Left alone I thoroughly explored my room and I think I knocked something over. The crash, in spite of the carpet, attracted the attention of the meowm’s human roommate. She came to see what was up, and when she opened the door I made my dash for the door and escaped the room. She wasn’t very cat experienced. Escape wasn’t hard. Once free, I kept out of her reach and my feet off the carpet. I got my first nick name that night. Meowm called me Jacques a Roo. Both girls thought that I was more kangaroo than cat that night. I just didn’t want to be caged anymore. I also met the resident battle lax of a cat, the house queen, diva, you name it I called her it. Needless to say that first meeting didn’t go too well. No fur flew, just a little hissing and an agreement to leave each other alone. Her name was Gypsy Rose. She was a very pretty, long-haired, grey and white cat that meowm had saved from the savage streets of Atlantic Beach, Florida when she was stationed there while in the Navy. As she grew older we tolerated each other more and just before she passed away I gave her a kitty kiss which she accepted most graciously. I finally met my brother Yoda-Beau about a week later. Meowm had to take him to the vet several times to be nebulized because he had such difficulty breathing. Once he was well enough, we became the best of buddies. I do have to admit I was the cat in charge. Meowm gave me another nick name: bully boy, because I would wack Yoda just ‘cause I could. I mean aren’t brothers supposed to tussle with each other once in a while? I don’t really like that nick name and meowm didn’t use it much. Jack A Roo, or the short form Roo, is okay. I will answer to them, but Bully Boy, no, no no… Meow!

Meowm brought me home the end of September 2008 and in June of 2009 she packed her bags and hopped a plane to France. She was at the time a student at university. University stuff kept meowm and her roommate busy which I found annoying but then meowm went away because of university that was too much. She came back about six weeks later. Yoda and Gypsy were very happy to have her back. I, on the other hand, was mad at her. How dare she leave me! Meow! While she was away I made the roommate my best friend. I think my relationship with the roommate hurt meowmy’s feelings some, but eventually I made up with her and retook my place at her side.

Life was routine, dull, boring for the next four years. Meowm got a job and went to work but there was plenty of couch time so I really had to reason to complain about those years.

In 2012, meowm packed up the house and us cats: Gypsy, Yoda, and me, and moved to a new place closer to where she worked. That was a scary experience. I was scared. When I got to the new house and meowm let me out of the cat carrier I quickly found a good place to hide. When all the helpers finally left, the dust settled and noise went silent, meowm went searching everywhere for me. She called my name and my nick names but I stayed hidden. She did not know if I was even still in the house. She was exhausted and crawled into her bed to take a nap. I could hear her blubbing a bit and snuck out from my hiding place and curled up next to her. She discovered me and scooped me up in her arms and curled up with me. I knew then that everything was going to be okay.

mThe first year in the new house was uneventful, but the second year would be a tough one for meowm. In June of 2013, Irving came to live with us. He was a kitten. He was so little that Meowm could hold him in the palm of her hand. He came and I became “papa kitty”. I became a dad. He became my son, and I would spend the year he took to grow up teaching him how to be a kitty. I taught him how to play, how to enjoy catnip, how to care for meowm, how to stay out of trouble, and how to be a good kitty. We are strange kitties as we don’t do things like claw the furniture or jump on the counters. Irving brought much joy to meowm and to me and Yoda. He was a lot of fun to play with. Gypsy, on the other hand, ignored him. Such a diva.

That summer was a nightmare. Meowm had let a friend borrow her vacuum cleaner to finish cleaning the house after moving. What meowm didn’t know was that her friend’s pets had fleas and that the vacuum cleaner was full of fleas. Soon we had fleas. I thought we kitties and meowm were going to lose our minds. But meowm was a good admiral and wiped out the enemy in few short weeks. We all were well behaved when gave us baths. Since then a flea hasn’t dared to enter our home.

In October of 2013, Gypsy crossed the rainbow bridge and broke meowm’s heart. She was fifteen and diabetic. She had a good long life and was very much loved. She is still missed these many years later. Me and my brothers were there to give meowm lots of kitty comfort. In no time, we had meowm smiling again.

In September of 2015 we moved again. Meowm had bought us a house. And life was/is good. The new house is great, lots of space to run and chase the other kitties. So I can’t really complain. A new house means a new kitty, and in March of 2016 meowm brought home another kitten-like cat. Finnegan is his name. His arrival brought near disaster to our happy home. Not long after he came, Irving got deathly ill. In fact, he nearly died. While meowm took care of him, me and Yoda took care of her. For thirty days she force-fed Irving food and water until he started to eat again on his own. Apparently, Finnegan was a carrier of some deadly virus that Irving had no immunity to. Yoda and I were unaffected. With Finnegan’s arrival I became “papa kitty” for the second time. We are very close too. Meowm gave him the nick name "typhoid Marvin". Finnegan does not like it at all. Mewom, however, loves him just as much as she loves us.

One year after that near tragedy (2017), meown lost Yoda. She tried and tried to save him just like she did Irving. His passing really hurt her. As a matter of fact, just looking at his pictures still brings tears to her eyes. Yoda’s passing hurt us all. He was our buddy too. We comforted each other.

In August, I became the proud “papa kitty” of two very beautiful Siamese girl kitties. I couldn’t be prouder or happier. This is the best house to be a cat in.

Well, it’s late. I hope this synopsis is satisfactory. Life is good. I wish all of you a prosperous year to come and hope that all the kitties waiting for their fur-ever homes find a home as good as the one I have. Joyeux Noël et bonne année. Miaou. Miaou. Miaou.

Purrs and headbutts,


Bonjour mis amies!

Jacques here just to say miaou to you. All is well, except meowmy is under the weather, struck down with early allergies. There's something in this state that makes meowmy sneeze and wheeze and feel all yucky, kind of like me as I sneeze and wheeze too. Vet thinks it's seasonal allergies. Hmm, wonder if that thing that makes meowmy sneeze and wheeze is the cause of my sneezing and wheezing. A part from that, like I said all is well. I'm a proud papa kitty and all my "kids" are doing great. Irving and I are both sitting right here at the typewriter. Hi, I'm Irving. I'm not Siamese but so many of the my brothers and sisters are. Come on Irv, this is my letter,,,, Back to the news,,, Yazhi is curled up in a box tuckered out from playing tag with Gytha, who can really run. She's a lot of fun. But no one can move too fast around as quick movements still spook her. Meowmy calls her spooky. And Finnegan is....oh, there he is sound asleep in meowmy's old lunchbox. It makes the perfect, I mean purrfect, place to nap. Sorry, to bore you, but life is good.

A plus tard, miaou.


Meowmy just broke the news. I am gonna be a Papa again. Tomorrow my son Terrwyn (AKA Winston), meaning brave in Welsh, is coming home. Saturday is going to be a busy day. We, my brood of Irving, Finnegan, Yazhi, and Lady Gytha, understand that he is a very special kitty. We raise our paws in oath to promise that we will give him all the love and space that he needs so that he may one day become the kitty he was always meant to be. We understand that it may be a while before we get to meet him and play with him, but we will be outside his door to talk with him and comfort him as best we can. We are looking forward to his arrival and will keep everyone at Siamese Rescue updated on his progress. We are not sure when he was be willing and able to tell you his story. Hopefully that will be sooner rather than later...

Papa Jacques, the Great Ambassador


Jacques here just to let you know all is well. I'm happy as I am just one of the many apples in my pet mom's eyes. I am never far from her. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Bonsoir, mes amis!

Jacques here, and I am just dropping by to report that all is well, kinda sorta. Meowmy has been struck down with allergies. It's been warm and humid here and cause something to bloom at the old school where she works and then she gets sick. We are all taking good care of her. The school is almost over, so we will soon be the happiest kitties in the world. I've got the sneezes too, but they are subsiding. Irving is and will always be my best buddy. Finnegan does his own thing and is still very sweet on Yazhi. Yazhi is getting about her chow. It's driving meowmy crazy, She's not the only who is being picky, We all are. But we love our dry food. it's the fancy feast that we are turning our noses up at. Lady Gytha is the little lady. Meowmy just adores her. She and Terrwyn spend a lot of time together. Maybe she will convince him to be the kitty he was always meant to be. Speaking of Terrwyn, he is still his untouchable self. He gets along with all of us kitties though. He's gotten a new nickname. Meowmy calls him "Turd" now. He might tell you why and how he got it when makes the time on the computer. So, in short, all is well. Tah for now. Hopefully, meowmy will post some more pics of us during summer break. Meow!


Bonjour mes amies:

The grand ambassador cat is checking in. I know it been a while but I do have duties. I've got my brood of brothers and sisters and a meowmy to take care of. Well, today meowmy decided I needed to see the vet. I've been sneezing and sneezing and sneezing. I've got allergies to something. They seem to come and go and every now and then meowmy gets worried and I go to the vet and get a shot. It helps for a bit. The last time I saw the vet she said I was in need of a dental. Too much tartar build-up. I getting old now. Not sure exactly but 13/14 is getting for a pussy cat. That's me. Athough I am still very playful, meowmy calls me the old man. Meowmy wanted me checked from head to toe because if I am snotty the vet won't,/can't get the dental. No anesthesia. Today, the vet took to another room and she and her assistant worked on me and got rid of the tartar without anesthesia. Meowmy was so happy. All the other kitties will slowly make their way for their annuals. We are all good and doing well. Tah until next time...

Bonsoir mes aimees!

Well another year has come and gone, and the grand Ambassador, that's me, Jacques, is looking forward to another year. I am my meowmy's constant companion. You might say I am her shadow. It's been a busy but a great year. My brood is doing well, and has grown by one more. The newbie isn't a Siamese, but he sure talkes enogh to be one. His name is Ajax. He belongs to the kids of one of meowmy's teacher friends. The kids couldn't afford the pet fee at their appartment and the poor guy needed a home. Meowmy agreed to take him. I must say he has put some pep in my step. We chase each other up and down the two flights of stairs. He's an orange and white tabby cat. He's still very much a kitten, though he is quite big, just tall and long. He's got big purr too. He likes to walk in between meowmy's legs, even on the stairs. He gets stepped on from time to time because he is under foot a lot.Meowmy's smitten, but she is such a pushover when it comes to cats. She says no more! But we know that stuff happens. Terrwyn, Yazhi, and Gytha are all doing fine. And we all wish you a Happy New Year!

(Last update: Dec 30th, 2019 6pm)

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