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So far I'm typical kitten! Busy active a little wild and crazy; well socialized; anxious for good food and a lot of playtime! Need a high energy household for me! More info as I settle in!
Name:   Lucy
ID#: VA3777
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 10/22/05
Adopted: 11/04/05
Congrats: Betsy
Foster: Siri


Notes from Home
Jan 2017 = Lucy is our perfect little lady. Full of energy, always running, she greets guests and workmen at the door and shows them around. She had her teeth cleaned in Jan 1016 with an excellent outcome. Other than that she hasn't needed to go to the Vet except for her annual check-ups. Lucy likes to be near or on top of whatever we are doing, but she isn't a lap cat. She loves Christmas, wrappings and especially her tree, camping out underneath for the duration.
(Last update: Jan 4th, 2017 6pm)

Name:   Cinnamon
ID#: VA11263
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 12/19/15
Adopted: 01/02/16
Congrats: Steven
Foster: Siri

LOVING boy who is ready to add some soft spice to your life! I'm overly talkative, follow everyone around like a dog, and love attention! I'd like a busy household with lots of things happening please!!! (Love dogs!)
Notes from Home
Cinnamon is settling in extremely well. He and Honey are very compatible and spend much of the day chasing each other around. He loves to be brushed and adored by his humans, so his fur is looking amazing :) He had a clean bill of health from our vet. His most favorite thing to do is to hang out with his mom in her office in his cat tower.
What a love bunny he is!

Cinnamon is fully integrated into our home and just loves his human and furry siblings. He and Honey are constant playmates, and he is now absolutely obsessed with our black lab, Hades. He is constantly pestering Hades to be groomed by him! Cinnamon is a very happy Siamese.

(Last update: Jan 3rd, 2017 10pm)

"My bags are packed, I'm ready to go..."

I don't need to leave on a jet plane, but I'd love to go to your home!

My name is Ellie, but they call me Tank (for the life of me, I really have no idea why). These folks around here are terrific - they bring me yummy food, they brush me EVERY DAY (boy I love that!), they clean up my room and everything. The only problem is, this does not feel like home. I need a place where I can head-butt and purr and drive my race car around an entire house, not just one room. (You dont believe that I have a race car? Just check out my photos.)

As for details, I eat my breakfast and dinner without fail, I use my litter box faithfully, and as I said before I LOVE to be brushed. I only have my back claws but I'm good about getting them clipped. Although I'm not really a lap kitty, I really enjoy being around people. I also come fully equipped with at least 3 cat beds and kitty condos that travel with me!!! They are small, but they are mine (and I love them, too!). I also have my own water fountain, several ceramic food bowls and lots of toys! And as an added bonus, I actually get along quite well with other cats, even the really outgoing but slightly dim Blue-point who lives here (he's the one on the couch in my photo gallery).

The only thing that I cannot live with is a dawg; I just cannot deal with those slobbery, barky things - ick!! Ask Foster Paw to fill you on that (I just do not like to talk about it, but that is why I was returned).

So if you are looking for a solid, sweet, head butting, purring and quietly meowing Tank, I'm your girl! I mean, come on! My bags are already packed!

Tank (Ellie)
Name:   Ellie
ID#: VA5681
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 16 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 05/22/08
Adopted: 01/03/09
Congrats: Tony
Foster: John

Foster Notes

This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs


Notes from Home

Ellie here! Today I am celebrating my 8 year anniversary of coming to live with Meowmy and Daddy! I am doing very well! My veterinarian gave me a "senior blood work" panel recently and said that I am very healthy for my age. I am glad because I HATE going in the car anywhere let alone to the doctor's office! My life in the past 8 years has been very exciting but I "roll with the punches", so to speak, as long as Meowmy and Daddy are nearby. The three of us took a big leap about two years ago and decided to move to a new (old)) house in historic Litchfield, CT. Meowmy and Daddy did a whole house renovation and it took almost a year to get everything done. Thankfully, they kept our old house until the new one was finished because Daddy said I wouldn't like living in all the mess and commotion. So all three of us continued to live in the old house together until we all moved to the new one. I wasn't too pleased about the new house at first, but in a couple of days I got used to it. Now I LOVE it!! There are so many sunny spots for me to sleep in and lots of windows from which to watch the birds. Speaking of windows, one day I was looking out the French doors to the patio in the back and low and behold a big, black bear was staring at me! I turned and ran and hid in my Millie bed until Meowmy came to tell me the coast was clear! Wow! I also have made many, new friends with all of the men who have been working on our house. Every morning I make the rounds to say hello to them. They like me, too and have been known to bring me a cat treat in their shirt pockets. I love my new friends! So, life goes along slowly for me and Meowmy and Daddy since they retired. I get plenty of lap time and all of my beds and toys came with me when we moved, so I am very happy. As near as we can figure, I'm about 16 years old now, but I'm doing great on my special food and daily dose of Miralax for mega colon. I expect to say hello again next year, God willing! Love to everyone who helped me find Meowmy and Daddy. I am a very happy Snowshoe!

My name is Ellie Martin Johns and I thought I would take time out of my busy schedule to check in and say hello to all my friends at the VA Siamese Cat Rescue Center.
It's been four years since I rode the Meezer Express from Maryland to Connecticut to join my furever family. I was pretty scared when I arrived on that cold January night, but it didn't last too long once I realized I was going to be the 'only cat' and have Meowmy and Daddy all to myself! Of course the bowls of food, the Millie bed, the toys and the good brushing I got from Daddy also helped to make me feel right at home.
I soon settled in and in no time at all I let it be known that I was Head Diva of our little household!
Now I am busy from sun up to sun down with my Meezer duties. I am in charge of greeting the UPS man when he comes to the front door to deliver packages, I run and fetch the puffs Daddy throws for me several times a day, I watch TV at night with everyone and loudly express my political views (meowing at Republicans, don't ask me why), I snack on treats, I sun myself on the porch, I drink from the bathroom faucet and I hog the bed at night as I try to snuggle up as close to Meowmy as I can!
Meowmy says my arrival certainly changed her life and Daddy's for the better, but I didn't do them any favors with the weather I seem to have brought with me. Believe it or not, since arriving in Connecticut, Meowmy and I survived a tornado in the summer of 2010 that passed right through our backyard and took down a 100 year old oak tree! Thankfully, it didn't hit our house as we were home all alone and only had a five minute warning, just enough time for Meowmy to scoop me up, grab her cell phone and purse and head for the basement! It was pretty scary but we ended up just fine. In the fall of 2011 Hurricane Irene came through and we were without electricity for 5 days. Then the October snowstorm that hit the Northeast came along and left us without electricity for another two days! Finally, our weather adventures were capped off by Hurricane Sandy (our house is only 2 miles from the Connecticut shoreline) this past year! More damage and 6 days without electricity this time! I was quite indignant at all of those weather problems because we have a well and Meowmy said with no electricity she didn't have a way to give me a drink of water from the faucet the way I prefer it. But we worked it out when she put me up on the counter by the sink, opened countless bottles of Poland Springs and poured the water in a slow stream so I thought it was coming out of the faucet. I have her trained very well!
I had to really kick into high Meezer gear a month ago. I needed to spend lots of lap time comforting Daddy and Meowmy when the terrible tragedy in Sandy Hook, Connecticut occured. I live about 15 miles from Newtown and Meowmy knew two of the teachers who were killed that awful day. I spent many hours keeping laps warm and being an extra good girl.
Well, despite all the excitement I've just reported on, I manage most days to find plenty of time to nap on the sunporch, to look as cute as possible so I get more treats and to hide my beloved puffs all over the house so I can find them and talk to them at 3:00 in the morning!
I just had my yearly wellness visit this week and my doctor says I'm doing great! I have a tiny case of something called mega colon, but Meowmy puts Miralax in my food and it works like a charm. She is so happy when I use the litterbox now that she does a very silly thing she calls the 'poopy dance'.
So, it has been very nice for me to catch up with all of you, my friends from the rescue today. Meowmy and I sent you some gifts via Amazon yesterday, in celebration of my four year anniversary. I hope the other kitties like them and I also hope that they can all find homes like mine where their people love them and they can enjoy many, many happy years of Meezer bliss.
Love and Purrs..

Hello from me, Ellie! Today marks seven years since I joined my furever family in Connecticut, thanks to all of you! I'm about 15 years old now (so we think) and still doing great! Just had a well visit with my wonderful veterinarian friend, Dr Gould and he did something called "senior blood work". I didn't like having it done very much, but Meowmy was so happy when he called with the results that I forgave him a little! She told me that I am very healthy and that the doctor says he sees no problems with how I'm doing! Meowmy gave me a couple extra treats with my dinner she was so glad.
I have been so busy this past year. Meowmy and Daddy bought a new house in the country and we packed up our old house and moved to Litchfield, CT. I wasn't too pleased about moving at first, but Meowmy tried to make it as easy as possible for me. Most of the big renovation was done by the time I arrived, but there were (and still are) people who are coming to work on my house. I have my own room with my Millie bed, a litter box, my food and favorite toys where I can go to get away from everyone if I get too overwhelmed. There's a comfy chair for Meowmy there too, so she can come to sit with me. I do like the painters, though. My favorite is Eric and he brings me treats in his lunchbox. When I hear his voice, I come running to greet him and everyone says I have a little crush on him (don't tell, but I do!).
Our new house is much bigger than our old one, with an upstairs. I go up and down those stairs like a champ several times a day and Daddy says it is good exercise for me. Speaking if Daddy, he makes sure one of my Millie beds is set up in the dining room every morning, as it faces south and is nice and warm on sunny days. I get in my bed with all that sun and purr and purr and nap the day away! Things are quieting down now as winter settles in, which I love. I watch out the doors for snow because that means the three of us will be home! I love to sit with Daddy under my blanket when he reads and to watch Meowmy from my chair at the kitchen table when she bakes.
Everyone says I'm a real character and a very good girl. I am so loved and grateful to everyone who helped me join my family. Sending a million head butts to thank you!

(Last update: Jan 3rd, 2017 4pm)

Name:   Ami
ID#: VA11209
Location:  New Hampshire
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 11/18/15
Adopted: 01/03/16
Congrats: Paul
Foster: Mary

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
Big changes have been coming my way!!!
I started out as a "free" unspayed Siamese cat on a popular online classified website.
Lucky for me a nice young lady scooped me up so I wouldn't be turned into a cheap way to make some money (aka "who's your pimp").
I never even had a name!!! It's really not known what kind of life I had but it's suspected it wasn't very good.
I'm a very tiny petite little girl and will take some time to warm up. This caregiver person who has been totally spoiling me has made tons of progress and I'm starting to like her. I have a tiny little meow - no big meezer voice from me.
I won't be ready to go home until mid-December as I still have to have my spaygery.
I'm told I get to meet the resident cats soon...I've seen the big orange boy and he looks pretty cool. He's like twice my size!!! I'm also told there is this thing called Thanksgiving coming up - I do like turkey and I do have a lot to be thankful for!!
Notes from Home
This is a long-overdue update for Ami and Rocco! They are doing very well and constantly getting into mischief. They like to run amok and chase each other and have terrorized the Christmas tree and ornaments. It's a blast having them around. And... Ami has become a lap cat! Most of the time she is nearby or next to me, but sometimes she gets right into my lap. She "tested" me for months by walking over me instead of jumping over, or stepping on me for a few seconds to see what would happen. Rocco is also a lap cat, but he's always so active, it doesn't usually last long. He really loves my roommate. Ami, of course, took months to adjust. It's really funny to see her outsmart Rocco and find hiding places when he's chasing her. She'll access the top of the entertainment center from the staircase right behind it, and crouch down when he comes running down the stairs after her, and then she looks around to see if he's gone. Rocco plays with toys all the time, but Ami only a little. Mostly, she likes to nap. They sleep on my bed many nights except when they're running through the house while everyone else is trying to sleep. No health problems and they eat really well. Ami can "speak" on command and Rocco will "stand" for a treat. He warbles a lot but I can't get him to speak on command. They're both really special.
(Last update: Jan 3rd, 2017 12pm)

This look is just my opinion of shelter life. I am really as sweet as can be. Picking me up is like pushing my purr button. I purr just because also. I really like to play. I like other cats. That huge dog is okay. I am ready to go home! It could be me and you for the holidays!
Name: Imani the Genie

(FKA Imani)

ID#: VA10476
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 11/22/14
Adopted: 12/14/14
Congrats: David
Foster: Julie


Notes from Home
We are now using the name Jeannie because of her ability to disappear and reappear out of thin air. But, mostly, because my Mom can't remember Imani. She is still playing with some of her toys but spends most of her time playing with Tamlin. She is proving to be a bit of a gluten. Probable left over from her days in the wild. She got a minor case of diarrhea when she got a hold of a piece of spice chicken. She is not so quick to grab anything that might be food now.

After a brief spell of diarrhea, both Imani and Tamlin have settled in to the new routine. Imani is talking more but she is very soft spoken with a mixture of purring and meowing. She still eats as if she is starving. While Tamlin is spoiled and eats when he feels like it, leaving a lot of food behind. I'm working out a routine to keep Imani from turning into a butterball. She stilling playing with the wands and the twisty pipe cleaners and she tends to gently bit when playing with me but no serious marks. While Imani keeps Tamlin active, he is teaching her to climb. They are both, currently, on top of a china closet within a foot of the ceiling. Tamlin's long body make climbing a breeze, Imani tends tends to just barely catch her holds. Kind of like a basketball bouncing on the rim of the hoop before going in. I'll keep you updated as things go.

Imani's one year anniversary is here. She is now firmly settled in... so settled she is leaving dents in the cushions. She loves her status as house cat. Even when she might have an opportunity to seek she doesn't. Watching the world go by seems to be her style now. Imani has found a comfy seat at all the big windows in the house. As a result she has gotten rather rolly polly. Still at a loss how to get her weight down, but we are still working at it.

It's the new year. We are all doing fine. Imani is doing great, she has taken a laid back position about life. spends a lot of time looking out the windows (One window for each side of the house) which she rotates through. She starts at 6am in the morning when I get up for work (windows must be open ). Sleeps most of the day between window sitting. Then has crazy time in the evening which involves high speed maneuvers and wrestling matches with Tamlin. Despite all the window gazing she shows no inclination to poke her head out the door, unlike Tamlin. She's still rolly-polly, mostly because my mother still sneeks her food. We have cut out her dry food and portioned out her wet food, which she is not happy about. Still, the Doc says she is a healthy kitty (although fat) and the only cat content to lounge around on a vet's exam table as if it were a luxury suit. Happy New Year! We sure could use one.

(Last update: Jan 2nd, 2017 11pm)

Name: Button

(FKA Kitsuumi)

ID#: VA5344
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 11/11/07
Adopted: 01/01/08
Deceased: 10/01/15
Congrats: Toni
Foster: Williene

Foster Notes

I'm the original purr-baby! Look at me? Purrrrrrr. Talk to me? Purrrrrrr. Hold me? Purrrrr. I'm beginning to play with toys and I love to snuggle. I have mastered the box thing with funny dirt and fostermom says my appetite is truly amazing. I don't know about that. I just like my food, a lot. My favorite game is bunny-kicking. I'm very good at it. Would you like to adopt me?

No new pictures yet
Notes from Home
Unfortunately Button (Kitsumi) passed away in October 2015. She had a long battle with kidney disease but she was a very happy little girl who is sadly missed.
(Last update: Jan 2nd, 2017 3pm)

Dumped in the shelter due to "allergies", but rescue angels Joanne and Ginny got me safe. So here I am - I'm friendly, sweet, pretty, and polydactyl! I have been to the vet, and seem to be in great shape, even my teeth. And while I love people - I am not so loving when it comes to other cats. Want one sweet kitty to be your only baby? Then ask about me.
Name:   Trixie
ID#: VA11264
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
DateIn: 12/19/15
Adopted: 01/02/16
Congrats: Gerald
Foster: Jackie

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
Trixie seems to be adjusting very well and each day is a step forward. She has established her routines and we have adjusted to them. She is eating well and has excellent litterbox habits ...except for her over exuberance in covering her contributions! She enjoys her playtime with us and is slowly adjusting to new sounds, like the garage door and vacuum. New people are still a no-no and friends and family family only know her through her pictures.

July 2nd- hard to believe 6 months have passed. Trixie has settled in nicely and is doing well. It is still hit and miss with finding food she really likes and when we think we have hit on it, she decides no, try again. She is definitely not food motivated but just shake her treat bag and she comes running. She loves to be petted and brushed but will not come up on our laps or allow us to pick her up for more than 5 seconds. She will run when guests arrive but after a while, she will come out and obsere at a distance. Big improvment. No litter box issues and we even managed to cut the nails on her back paws. All in all, life is good.

Jan 2,2017...it is one year since we adopted Trixie. She loves to be brushed or massaged and I can now hold her close for longer periods. She will probably never be a lap cat but we have made great progress in holding her. We now go to the Vet for nail trims as she will not tolerate our doing it again. It is not worth the setbacks that may result. She still disappears for visitors but 5 seconds after the front door closes , she comes out from hiding. We had a few litter box issues recently and changed her litter. All seems well now...hopefully...because it was very frustrating.. Food is still a challenge...as soon as we think we found the answer, she changes her mind and refuses it. My neighbors are benefitting from the free cans for their cats. Her weight is fine and her recent Vet check was excellent. She plays sporadically...many times at 4 AM. ,but all in all, she seems content.

(Last update: Jan 2nd, 2017 1pm)

Name:   Tarni
ID#: VA7284
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 09/17/10
Adopted: 12/29/10
Congrats: Ginger
Foster: Julie

Foster Notes

I am a gem of a cat. Smart. Sweet. Patient. Persistent. No bad habits. I am ready to rule a home of my own again. Everyone says they can clearly tell that I had a loving, social home before I landed in rescue.

Notes from Home
Tarni has made her way downstairs to be with everyone, including the dogs!
She made herself at home upstairs with me for a couple of weeks, but she
is such a lover that I knew she would eventually come downstairs with the family.
She now likes to park on the back of the couch above the dogs.
My daughter is so happy that Tarni comes to her bed and talks and gets some loving.
My husband thinks she is beautiful. We couldn't have asked for a better cat!
3/3/11 Just wanted everyone to know that we had a recent death in the family, and our
house was filled with family and friends. Tarni greeted everyone and is comfortable enough
to stretch out in the kitchen floor with the dogs. She is romping around the house at warp
speed and I bought a laser toy and my daughter loves playing with Tarni.
Tarni provides us with many hours of entertainment. She has a lot of personality and loves to play.
Her only bad habit is trying to escape outside with the dogs. We are very careful when opening doors. She likes to bolt through them. Fortunately, the few times she made it out the door the service dog, Raider herds her right back inside. I am thinking about getting an outside tent for her to sit outside with the dogs so she gets what she seems to want and I am sure she is SAFE! She is a wonderful Cat and a great addition to our family.
8/22/11 Tarni and Jessica pix uploaded.
12/29/12 Two years have flown by. Tarni is still queen of the castle at our house. My daughter finally has a cat that loves to sleep with her in her bed. I don't think we could have found a better cat!
12/29/2013 It's really been 3 years? Tarni still rules the roost here. This year she opened lots of wrapped gifts that were not for her and removed lots of ornaments from the tree. I put the stuffed pillow ornaments near the bottom and just let her play. My husband often asks what happened to that cat we brought home that hid under the bed for the first week? Tarni is certainly well loved.
12/29/2014 Tarni is the "queen" of our house. She rules the dogs with little nips and swats. She loves to curl up with my daughter in bed. All is well at our house.
1/1/16 Tarni is doing great. I added new pictures.
1/2/17 Tarni is still the "Queen" of our house. I am adding pictures.

(Last update: Jan 2nd, 2017 1pm)

Baboo has been under the weather with a shelter cold and is just starting to feel better and regain his appetite. He loves to be petted and get attention.
Not sure about other cats yet but will be able to check when iso time is completed.
Name: Baboo

(FKA Baboo fka Baby)

ID#: VA11521
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Flame
DateIn: 06/12/16
Adopted: 07/02/16
Congrats: Norma
Foster: Kay

This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs


Notes from Home
Well it took the full 6 months for 12yr old Jemima to accept Baboo. He was very patient and gentlemanly, deferring to her all the time, and now stands his ground when she tries to intimidate him. Its a starring contest now only. No more growling and hissing by her, she shares the food, the sunny lanaii but not my lap. They even play chase and call each other to play. Sometimes Jemima can be very moody and if passing him makes a swipe at him? But she has her moods, i feel she has prevented Baboo from bonding much with me as she is glued to my side, lap etc. though he is not much for petting or brushing or holding, he perks up when i have visitors and hangs with them. Jemima has made it clear to him that she possesses me. Any suggestions?
I am still trying every brand of wet foods with pure meats or fish, no grain or ash. He is extremely fussy. Jemima eats everything. He will eat the dry if doesn,t want the wet at least. He might gobble a whole can one time , so i buy a supply then he won,t touch it again. Strange.
I am trying to introduce some petting and brushing gradually. Took him to a groomer who brushed out a lot of hair, bathed and clipped his toenails. Guess they had several people to hold him. All in all he is a good boy and welcome addition to my fmly. Sleeps in my closet at nite , used to come up on my bed but i guess Jemima has made that off limits for him too. I feel they are good company for each other when i am not home and hop

(Last update: Jan 2nd, 2017 12pm)

Name:   Sasha
ID#: VA10233
Location:  Kentucky
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Chocolate
Date In: 08/15/14
Adopted: 09/21/14
Congrats: Susan
Foster: Jennifer

Foster Notes

REALLY??? No, really? We get some darn sunlight and look what Jen did to me!! Click on me and save me another darn photo session!

Love & Purrs,


No new pictures yet
Notes from Home
Sasha is happy, healthy and doing very well. She took a couple of days to get used to her new environment and now she feels right at home. She is a very loving, friendly cat and is full of personality. She is a lap cat and loves attention. She likes to go in the laundry room and hunt socks. She brings us her finds. We are thrilled to have her. She is a perfect addition to our family.
3/23/15 - Sasha is doing well. She is a very loving cat and is still bringing us socks every day. If I do not get to putting the laundry away in the drawer, she will jump in the basket and dig through it for the socks. Some mornings we will wake up to several different pair of socks on the bed. She really did not take long to adjust to our home. Within a week she was comfortable with her environment. She took a month or so to warm up to our son. We assume she had never been around kids. He was 7 at the time and we explained to him that she will need to come to him on her terms.. and she did. Now she takes turns laying on laps. She will usually pick the person that has the blanket. She loves to be brushed. I left the brush on the floor and she sat next to it until came back to brush her. She has several favorite places in the house and a couple of cat beds where the sun shines in. Sasha is well behaved and has great manners. She likes people. She does like to chat sometimes and also likes to get a drink of water from the faucet. Sasha for the most part does not like to be picked up. She will tolerate it for a minute or two right when we get home as long as I scratch her chin. Then it is time to get down. She is a wonderful cat and we love her and feel fortunate to have her.
9/21/15 - Sasha is doing well. She is a happy, healthy, well adjusted cat that is full of personality. She still brings us socks or cat toys every morning and has them waiting for us at the door for when we arrive home. She has a favorite spot next to the window to sleep in her cat bed and soak up the sun. She also likes to chatter at the deer when she sees them outside. She loves to sit on a lap. Sasha is very loving. She purrs and chats all the time. I submitted a picture of her for the Siamese Rescue calendar. I was notified that she was chosen and is the January cat. There could not have been a more perfect match for our family.
1/1/17 - Sasha is doing well and is a wonderful cat. She is very happy and content. She enjoys sitting on our laps. She likes to hunt her toys and leaves them wherever I have been. She has 2 favorite toys which are the gray mouse and one brown mouse. At first the brown mouse was alarming because she likes to leave it in my bed and at first it did look like a real mouse from a distance. She also likes to drink from the faucet now. If she hears me go into the bathroom, she comes from wherever she is and jumps on the counter waiting for me to turn the faucet on. Sometimes, she is ahead of me and I find her sitting or laying in the sink as a not so subtle hint. Sasha has always loved to be brushed. I got her a new silicone brush which she loves. She knows where it is kept and when she hears the drawer open, she comes running to get brushed. She has a spot next to the window where she soaks up the sun for her nap. She does like to "chat" with us if she is in the mood. Sasha is doing well and we love her.

(Last update: Jan 1st, 2017 11pm)

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