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

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ZILLY
I was dropped off at the shelter in a smelly old gym bag - how rude, and beneath a fine lady like me. But I am lovely and tiny and wedgie and sweet. And did I mention lovely? Been to the vet for my senior work-up, and to have some painful and infected teeth pulled. We've discovered that I don't see really well, but that doesn't stop me from finding my food and my box - and YOU. Just call me and I am right there. But foster mom is marking me as "no doggies" as I would not do well if a doggie chased me or scared me. Unless of course you have a very old or lazy dog who can't be bothered with chasing .... Same thing with kids - no little ones for the same reason. And now that my mouth is feeling better we're going to start meeting the other cats here - we've already been playing paws through the crack under the door, but it's time we met face to face!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Zilly
ID#: VA11356
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 02/26/16
Adopted: 03/19/16
Deceased: 05/31/16
Congrats: Stacy
Foster: Jackie


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

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Notes from Home
19 Apr 2016 - Zilly has been with us a month. She sleeps a lot and mostly stays in her bed in the bedroom. She occasionally wonders out and walks around the house. My other three cats are used to her now and no longer hiss at her. They sometimes go "nose to nose" sniffing each other and then just walk away. Her eating habits the past two weeks have been sporadic and a little concerning as she had to be carried to the food to eat. She doesn't seem to be gaining any weight. However, the last two days her appetite has increased,she has been walking around a little more and she is now eating with the other cats in the kitchen. She seems to prefer the fancy feast brands with gravy in them. She has also spent a few hours the past few days in our lap as we watch TV.
She is a wonderful sweet cat and I love her. But I am concerned that she is still very "boney". You can see almost all her bones in her body. I wonder if I should feed her more often during the day? Any comments about that.
I am glad she is part of my family and I want to take very, very good care of her.


(Last update: Aug 15th, 2016 12pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Toadette

(FKA Toad)

ID#: VA11305
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 01/19/16
Adopted: 02/06/16
Congrats: Dora
Foster: Michelle


TOADETTE
Toad is an extremely sweet and affectionate girl. She is an awesome lap cat who just wants to be petted and purr. She has a wonderful playful streak. She is a 4 paw polydactyl, which means she has an extra toe on each paw. Her front paws look like she's wearing mittens :) Check out her pics and videos!

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Notes from Home
Toadette (akaToad) arrived home in great shape after her long road trip. She was telling about her day during our last couple hours to PA. She slept on me that night frequently waking me with her purrs. After multiple times of talking through the door of her room with Nevy (aka Buster) she finally got to meet him as well as our other 2 kitties and Aussie. There has been a gradual get to know you time with some playing and races that I'm sure will increase in time. She is a true lover and lap kitty. The lap has even been shared with Nevy - the other 2 aren't lap kitties at all. She sleeps every night beside or on top of us but is ok if anyone else decides to sleep on the bed. Had some sneezes after her trip but L-lysine took care of that. Overall she has made herself at home and everyone seems content with the new lovely family member. What a wonderful addition that completed our family. Can't thank all who worked with her and transported her to us. God bless you all for the work you do!

Hard to believe it has been 6 months since Toadette has joined our family. She loves everyone and has been a perfect addition. We are constantly hearing running feet day and night so know all are exercising. Will awaken with toys brought to bedroom and bed carried about by Nev and Toadette - both never tire from play. Toadette spends evenings with all the gang and us in the family room usually sleeping on someone's lap. She has decided that dry food is now her food of choice - weight has great with no extra pounds on this beauty. Has loved the Olympic Games and will sit next to the TV watching; am waiting for her to swat something. She also likes to watch bugs in the evening porch light and chase them up the glass door. Could not have asked for a better addition to our furry family - they keep us young.

(Last update: Aug 15th, 2016 12pm)

JULIET
Hi there:)

My name is Juliet. I was turned in to the shelter with my 8 babies a couple of weeks ago. Can you imagine - 8 babies to take care of? Why, I am just a baby myself! I was a good mom though, and made sure my babies were sweet and healthy, and guess what? They all got adopted! I was left in the shelter all alone:( I was sad and scared.

The nice ladies at the shelter called foster mom because I am Siamese. Foster mom came to see me and said I was going to Siamese Rescue:) Foster mom also told me she was going to make sure I did not have any more babies because after all, 8 is enough!!

I am here at foster mom's house recovering from my surgery. I have plenty to eat, a soft bed, and lots of toys! I haven't met the other kitties here yet but foster mom says I will soon. I like it here but what I really need is a home of my very own. I am tiny - just over 6 lbs. - so I won't take up much room.

Do you have room for a little girl like me? If you do, hit that Ask About Me paw soon:)
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Juliet
ID#: VA7155
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 07/23/10
Adopted: 08/10/10
Congrats: Christine
Foster: Christine



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Notes from Home
Juliet now has a new brother, Mister Skinee. She has been looking since she lost her brother Woodley in 2013 but until Skinee came along she just never approved of any of the potential candidates:) Typical female seal that she is, she held out until she found her perfect match!

Juliet loves her new brother and they are usually never far apart. She is happy to have a playmate and companion and most especially another kitty she can wash:) The two of them love to sit together and watch the birds and other critters in the yard! And yesterday, she even allowed Skinee to wash her:) Life is good!

Juliet,or Princess Julie as we call her, is doing well. She loves her brother Mr. Skinee. One of her favorite things is getting butt scratches and belly rubs from her daddy every morning before he leaves for work. Julie told him he must continue doing this when he retires at the end of the month. She is a happy, healthy girl.

(Last update: Aug 15th, 2016 11am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Otis
ID#: VA6929
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 04/06/10
Adopted: 05/09/10
Congrats: June
Foster: Belinda

Foster Notes

OTIS
I got sprung yesterday but I'm still pretty confused. My momma was elderly and one day she just didn't wake up anymore. She was gentle and quiet, and I miss her more than meows can say. Noone else wanted me, so they took me to momma's Vet where I've been living in a cage for the past month. Belinda (the office manager) took a special liking to me and made sure to put me in the hands of Belinda (my siamese rescue foster mom) so that everything would be okay. So right now the name 'Belinda' is pretty special to me and I get all bouncy and happy when I hear it. Maybe YOU are a Belinda or a Linda or a Melinda or a....

By the way - I'm Otis. One of the meanings of my name is 'one who hears well'. Well, I'm listening and hope I will hear you coming up the steps to get me real soon. And I don't care what your name is....as long as you know how to say "I love you Otis'.
Notes from Home
Otis is one happy kittie. Yes, he has to go to the vet every 6 weeks or so to get a shot for his chronic bronchial condition but that doesn't mean his quality of life isn't what it should be. I travel from time to time and my cat sitter stays over at my place with her two female kitties. They get along very well and I think the younger one is attached to Otis. She follows him everywhere, putting her nose in places that alarm him but he takes it pretty well and they all have fun chasing about.
6/5/15
Both Otis and Tansie are doing well. They became best buddies and while Otis is a lap cat, Tansie tolerates me and ?!
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Another year has rolled around and both Otis and Tansie are true to form. They will both be getting their yearly shots next week. Both see the vet a couple of times a year and both have a good relationship with the doctor and staff. Tansie never did warm up to her humans but she still loves Otis and is well cared for. We are considering adding a kitten to our family but will have to see if health ( in this case human health) will permit it. Chemo and new kitten is a tricky mix.

(Last update: Aug 14th, 2016 5pm)

BOZ
Just arrived. More information soon.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Boz

(FKA Sushi)

ID#: VA10575
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
DateIn: 01/17/15
Adopted: 02/01/15
Deceased: 06/10/15
Congrats: Nancy
Foster: Siri



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Notes from Home
Sushi is now called "Boz". He has settled in seamlessly and is a great favorite of our 24-year-old, Tai (adopted from the Center in 2001), who has missed our two girls we lost in September. He now has someone to cuddle with! Panda (8) and Little Girl (1) accept him but don't interact much with him (they're bonded to each other). Not a hiss in the integration!

Boz loves to curl up on the couch in the living room, where he stays most of the time, as does Tai. Though his vision and hearing aren't very good, he checked out everything when he got here and comfortably moves around the house. Bob and I just love him! Geezers are the best!

August 2015: We lost Boz to kidney and liver cancer.

(Last update: Aug 14th, 2016 12pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Simon
ID#: VA11252
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 12/13/15
Adopted: 12/28/15
Deceased: 08/01/16
Congrats: Nancy
Foster: Howie


SIMON
Just arrived. More information soon.

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Notes from Home
We loved Simon so much but alas had to say good bye August 14th, 2016; he had an operable bowel cancer but it had also metasticized to his lungs, so we could do nothing for him except release him from the burden that his life had become. Only eight months but they were wonderful.
(Last update: Aug 14th, 2016 12pm)

MAXX
I am back again because it turns out I don't like other cats but seriously, you do not need any others when you have me. I am a love bug who wants your constant attention and affection. Don't worry, if you forget to pet me I will gently grab your hands to redirect you to what you should be doing.

Go ahead and ask about me if you are looking for a super lovey, always by your side, kind of guy.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Maxx
ID#: VA11552
Location:  Massachusetts
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 07/02/16
Adopted: 07/09/16
Congrats: Todd
Foster: Lisa


This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat

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Notes from Home
Maxx has quickly become a regular part of the family at my home. Once he arrived, after initially checking things out, he settled right in and is in a really comfortable routine. I work from home so many times throughout the day, he can be found laying in my lap as I'm working at the computer...and when he's not in my lap and he wants to be held while I'm working, he stretches up and touches my arm with a really cute, imploring look on his face as you can see in one of the pictures I've included. : ) We have play time every night just before I go to bed and he waits by the cat toy box and brushes against it while I'm brushing my teeth. He's really easy going, very affectionate and has adapted so well to my home that it's like we've lived together for years.

I can't thank you all enough for the help in bringing Maxx here!

(Last update: Aug 14th, 2016 11am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Neiko

(FKA Handsome)

ID#: VA11547
Location:  Delaware
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 06/26/16
Adopted: 07/30/16
Congrats: Margaret
Foster: Diane

Foster Notes

NEIKO

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Notes from Home
Handsome Nieko is a delightful cat who follows me around, curls up next to me on the opened up sofa bed, loves to play with the long braided colorful felt toy on a stick, and with his toy mouse, and balls!
He is eager to get to know Bella. But he was kept separate for 7-8 days. When Bella was behind the closed bedroom door he would bound up the stairs and lie outside the door. Once I woke up to hear him give out a cry at the BR door at about 2 am and then the next night it happened at about 3 a.m.
Bella was not as enthused. She met him when I first brought him in the carrier--and hissed twice before I took Nieko into the LR. When I put Bella in her carrier to take her to the vet on the 9th for her annual check up, I let Nieko out of the LR and he went right up to the carrier, rubbing on it --his chin on the front grate. Bella hissed a few times. When we returned from the vet, I left Bella in the carrier for maybe 5 min. and the same happened.
I tried the metal gate at the living room door that Lisa Downing loaned me, but it was only effective for a day or two as Nieko could leap over it. With Nieko in the LR, I would open the door a crack and Nieko would extend his paws, but Bella would not come up to the door, but watched for 2 ft away.
Then (day 10) when Bella was in the upstairs BR, Nieko went up with me, I opened the door a crack and they both were extending paws, no hissing, and I opened it a little wider and they nuzzled, no hissing, but suddenly they were at each other and bounding down the stairs and shrieking. It looked like Nieko attacking and Bella trying to get away. I followed with a water bottle and a towel to break it up, but both found their way under a large desk and then Bella under an nearby chest of drawers with a cloth cover extending to the floor that she hid behind it. When he emerged I checked Nieko for wounds and then put him in the LR and closed the door and checked Bella when she emerged. Both were OK.


(Last update: Aug 13th, 2016 9pm)

JOEY
Left behind when the people I loved moved. I waited and waited and waited for them to come back but they never did. I camped out on the porch for six months while a kind neighbor fed me until they moved. They were kind enough to contact Siamese Rescue and here I am. You would think I would hold a grudge and not trust people now but not the case. I run to greet foster mom when she comes in my room, I jump in her lap when she sits down, I hug her when she picks me up and I like to tell her all about my day in my Siamese voice. Can you promise to give me a FOREVER home?
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Joey

(FKA Questlove)

ID#: VA11212
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 11/22/15
Adopted: 01/30/16
Congrats: Eugene
Foster: Kathy

Foster Notes

This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat

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Notes from Home
Joey is doing great. He's the king of the house, going from window to window watching over his domain. He loves his new home and has settled in just fine.
(Last update: Aug 13th, 2016 7pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Bella
ID#: VA8646
Location:  New Hampshire
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 07/08/12
Adopted: 08/11/12
Congrats: Margaret
Foster: Mary

Foster Notes

This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
BELLA
I keep telling Foster Mary she needs to get more flattering pictures of me. Then I tricks her and either turn my head or shut my baby blues. She's so much fun to trick.

Be sure to check out my new video. Come to find out I love playing with kids (if they are kind to me). A good game of fetch with hide and seek the toy are great fun.

I would love to be your only furkid as I do like to have plenty of attention, but I could live with another cat or two as long as they aren't aggressive or bossy with me. I don't tolerate bossy very well and will easily let it me known that I'm not a pushover.
I have a gentle nature and am politely playful. Heck I'm even good for my manicures!!!

If you are seeking a sweet young sealie girl who isn't overly playful but will play and will bond with you, who is a moderate talker, who will pat your leg when she wants attention....well then you gotta ask about me to find out more.





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Notes from Home
Bella adapted quite well to her new surroundings and to me. She's a wonderful cat! After keeping Holly and Bella separate for one week, on their first encounter, they sniffed each other, circled, walked with me down the hall to the kitchen and then had one skirmish under the kitchen table and Bella chased Holly upstairs & another skirmish took place under my bed. I separated them again. For 17 days they've been mostly separated. One is confined to the bedroom or living room and the other runs free through the rest of the place/ Every couple hours I switch them around. Each has been in the room where the other one was, have smelled each others kitty litter, they often curl up on the place where the other had been. Then I borrowed a large wire cage from a friend so they could safely be with one another instead of one behind a closed door. Neither one liked being in the cage more than 15-20 min. Holly feels threatened but is hissing and growling less when Bella comes near while Holly is in the cage. If I hold one and bring her close (not in the cage) to the other it's OK for a few minutes.
My vet, Dr. Bujalski, came back from vacation today, and suggested I buy a harness and a leash so I can restrain Bella when she tries to run after Holly. He also suggested playing more with Holly and buying Food Puzzles for cats so she works off some of her energy. I asked him about Remedy drops. He recommended them and said I could buy them at Whole Foods, but I found Rescue Remedy for pets near where I live at a natural food store. (They told me that Rescue Remedy for humans has a brandy base, and for pets--it's alochoal free.) Dr. B. found that Bella had conjunctivitis and gave me drops and taught me how to give drops in both eyes mornings and evenings for 5-7 days.
Holly is fascinated by Bella, but very intimidated by her. I find when I go to look for Holly in the living room where she has been confined without Bella around, she has found a hiding place, and in the bedroom she will hide under the bed or dresser even when Bella is not around.
Dr. B. said it is probably going to take some time. Wish m e luck in getting a harness on Bella for their next encounter!
9,11,12 Both Holly and Bella are doing well, however, I still feel I cannot leave them alone together. Progress is slow. When I bring them together it is with Bella in the cage or Bella on a halter and leash. Bella is eager to get closer to Holly, and crawls toward her submissively, but if she gets closer than a foot away, Holly growls. When Holly sees me taking Bella out of the cage or putting on her halter, she runs and hides. But there have been several (6-7) occasions where Bella approached Holly and they lie within 1 to 3 feet of each other, staring at each other, Bella with her tail wagging like a dog (and I have Bella on the leash). If Holly starts to run upstairs, Bella tries to race after her. I still leave work 1-2x/day to switch them around--one confined to one room, the other free. In the evening we are together in the living room with Bella on the leash.

8/13/16
Bella had her annual physical on the 9th. Dr. Bujalski found everything fine and the blood work report the next day also. I told him she was eating less and he suggested that I alternate the kidney diet with other food. He had found crystals in her urine last year so she has been on the Royal Canin renal diet--both meaty and dry food and I mixed in a bit of Fancy Food diet with the meaty renal diet.
She was suffering from allergies--scratching her cheeks, rubbing her eyes, licking her anal area. In the past he gave a cortisone shot. But a few months ago he tried an antibiotic that did not alleviate the problem so he prescribed prednisone tablets--and that has worked well. At first she took 2 pills/day and lately she has been on 1/2 pill/day (2.5 mg?) and now we are trying half a pill every other day.
Bella is intrigued with Nieko's arrival, lies down 2 feet from the living room closed door when she knows Nieko is in the LR. Lisa Downing loaned me a gate and that seemed to work with a cat on either side until day 2 when Nieko jumped up on it and the next day over it. Then I tried putting Bella in the carrier, letting Nieko out of the LR. Bella hissed a bit while Nieko was rubbing his cheeks not the carrier. A few days later when Bella was in the upstairs bedroom, I opened the door a little and let the two cats meet through a crack. It was going well so I widened the gap, they rubbed noses, but all of a sudden they were at each other --bounding down the stairs and both made their way under a large desk where I could not reach them. Bella got under a dresser. When Nieko came out, I checked to make sure he was not hurt and put him back in the LR. When Bella came out, I checked to make sure she had no wounds. She kept looking at the LR door from the kitchen. Yesterday I put Bella in her carrier again and let Nieko come up but Bella growled and hissed. When I had put Nieko in his carrier, Bella did not show much interest.
Next I thought I might try letting each of them alone into the room of the other--Bella into the living room where Nieko has stayed and Nieko into the BR where Bella has been so they can get used to each other's smells that way. I was not doing that as long as I thought it possible that Nieko's sore in the ear might be ringworm. When Bella is in the upstairs BR, I let Nieko have the run of the rest of the place, and then when Nieko is back in the LR, I let Bella out to have the run of the place and I spend a lot of time with each separately--now that I am retired.




(Last update: Aug 13th, 2016 4pm)

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