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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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REGGIE
Needy for attention, I am fairly vocal, outgoing, and demanding. I didn't get enough attention previously so I'm ready to soak it up! I actually think I may do better in a busier household rather than a quiet one, and with lots of hands on, but no small kids please because I do get a little nippy particularly when you stop paying attention to me! I don't have much experience with toys so I'll be learning about that, I'm sure! A few more days in isolation and then I hope to make it to Group Living!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Reggie

(FKA Reginald)

ID#: VA11554
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 07/02/16
Adopted: 07/23/16
Congrats: Janet
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

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Notes from Home
Reggie is doing amazing.... We kept his name cause I like it and him and his sister Ming get along great. We built a little enclosed porch for them out the window saw it online it's called a catio so cute they love being in it and watch the birds and squirrels.. Reggie is very happy with all the love he gets!!!
(Last update: Aug 23rd, 2016 7am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Kato
ID#: VA7676
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
Date In: 04/22/11
Adopted: 06/07/11
Congrats: Vicki
Foster: Siri

Foster Notes

KATO
Soulmate potential cat looking for a one on one very deep tight relationship. I'm way smarter than most blues (sorry guys and gals) and very very affectionate when I think you might be my person. I tolerate other cats but my preference really is to be the only one, hence why only cat is checked. I would like lots of together time with someone who loves to snuggle, talk, and share the world together.

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Notes from Home
Greetings, friends!
Kato has settled into our home wonderfully well and we are loving every minute with him. He wants nothing more that to be either on or as near as possible to one or both of us, but he isn't over bearing about it. He has scratched only on his scratching pad which is great since we had some furniture reupholstered. He loves a bit of catnip on his cardboard scratcher now and then. I have to be careful how much because he's quite sensitive to it. He loves to play "under cover", especially when I change the sheets. At first, he trailed off on his eating and we had to experiment with some different foods till we found the right ones. Now he loves the dry Science Diet for sensitive skin and a bit of Fancy Feast morning and night. Our vet suggested the dry that he eats since he does scratch some in his temporal areas which she says is typical of cats with herpes. His eyes are doing better since we're using 500mg. of L-Lysine twice a day in treat form. He loves them and eats his food much better if we don't use the capsule on it. He simply has the most precious, loving personality and is a real purr-meister! He made his first trip to the coast and did very well down there. He was pretty noisy in the car the first half of the trip coming and going, but we think that he will become accustomed to it. We are so very happy with our choice and we think that Kato is a pretty contented guy here with us. I wish we had pictures; he looks great.

Six-month update for Kato: We love this cat and feel that he has adjusted well to our home and routines. He is still a "lap cat", especially with Vicki. He is extremely affectionate with both of us and still purrs a lot. I am somewhat concerned that he doesn,t get enough exercise because he isn't much interested in toys, but he does run up and down the stairs almost daily at some times. He has had a few health problems which have resolved, and all is well now. About August first Kato had a small, but enlarging, malignant mast cell tumor removed from his left upper chest. Not long after this he developed a "hot spot" (area of moist dermatitis) on the back of his neck. The surgery healed very well, but the hot spot was really a challenge. He still has some right eye drainage and continues to be on the L-Lysine. Kato is very talkative and intelligent, and often does silly things, which we love. He is, however, very shy with most strangers and with our grandchildren, unfortunately. He is primarily attached to us and does really like our neighbor who cares for him if we must be away, which isn't often at all. He's not especially fond of car riding to the coast but does very well while we're there. If you have any suggestions for easing the car rides, we would welcome them. His appetitie is great and he has no litterbox or furniture scratching problems. We are thoroughly enjoying him!

6/10/13
Greetings from Kato and his adoring mom and dad!
Kato has been a dear, wonderful addition to our home, and we can hardly imagine that he's been here for 2 years now. He is in good health and just had his annu8al check-up and vaccines. He is such an affectionate guy who loves trailing after us and getting in the middle of whatever we're doing, usually accompanied by lots of "chatting". He enjoys sitting atop his cat tree in front of a long bedroom window, but his favorite place is between our lower legs when we stretch out to read. He regularly patrols for visiting felines and is getting a little less dramatic when he spots one on our deck or porch. He still loves going downstairs to the "talking scale" with Tim morning and night, and usually joins me on my lap when we watch TV. He zips under the bed when strangers come, but can usually be persuaded to come out unless the visitor is some sort of service man. He loves our neighbor who looks after him on the rare occasions that we leave him over night. He's doing much better in the car on our way to the beach and back and seems to like being there. We feel very blessed to have been able to adopt such a sweet, funny and loving creature. He still has a drippy eye from the herpes, and we still give him his L-Lysine every day. Best wishes to all of you at the Rescue Center!

Three-year update: Kato continues to be our sweet, loving, funny pet. To our distress, we learned on March 28 that he has lymphoma. Before I continue, We want you to know that he is doing very well so far. We took him to have his claws trimmed and his weight check revealed a 2-pound weight loss. He was due for his annual check-up in 2 weeks, so our vet went ahead with it that day. She called the next day to tell us that he had an abnormal liver function test and elevated lymphocytes. She checked a blood slide the next morning and saw some blast cells. On Monday we took him to an internal medicine specialist who again took blood and also did a liver biopsy. the liver biopsy was diagnostic for the lymphoma. After much discussion, we opted to put him on Prednisolone every evening (not metabolized in the liver like Prednisone is). Soon thereafter, his Herpes flared into an upper respiratory condition and I began giving him his L-Lysine by crushing a half-tab morning and night, mixing it with a little water, and squirting it into his mouth with a little syringe. He cleared up quite quickly. We are feeding him high-quality cat food and he is eating very well. In fact, the steroid makes him very hungry, and not over-feeding is a challenge. We are going to continue to take the best care of him that we can and love him every day that he is with us. He has brought us a lot of joy, and I think that we have done the same for him. Any suggestions would be most welcome. Vicki and Tim Sellner

June 28, 2014
We are 3 months from Kato's diagnosis of lymphoma, and we're so happy to let you know that he continues to do well. He's eating well and, though maybe sleeping a bit more, he's following his usual pattern of activities. Tim is convinced that God and good care can cure him. We really love him and are praying that he will be with us for a long time. We'll keep you updated.

Greetings from Kato and his favorite humans, Tim and Vicki,
We are very, very happy to tell you that has now been in remission from his lymphoma since,
March
, 2014. His April physical showed greatly improved lab results (liver enzymes down from 400+ to normal). He is super affectionate, mostly always beginning our time together with pats and kisses before snuggling down between our lower legs, much preferring this to lap sitting. He also loves to wash us, which can get a bit uncomfortable. He loves our screened porch in the early morning and evening. We call it "outside".He's eating Science Diet prescription dry Geriatric Diet food and drinks lots of water from his ceramic fountain and the shower floor when he can. I will g-mail a picture or 2 from my iPhone. We hope he's with us for a long time to come.

August22,2016: It is with great sadness that we tell you that our dear Kato succumbed to his lymphoma on Tuesday, August 16. We are very thankful that he was only really ill for 2 days before we had to have him euthanized. He was a dear and wonderfully affectionate cat whom we loved so very much for the 5 years he spent with us. He fit beautifully into our home and hearts, and we will always be grateful for his presence in our lives. Tim and Vicki Sellner.

(Last update: Aug 22nd, 2016 7pm)

LEWIS
I have some questions for you. Do you love to curl up with a good book or watch a movie with a cat snuggled on your lap? Do you love the sound of a contented purr? Do you love an outgoing cat who will follow you and help with whatever you're doing? Than you love me....you just don't know it yet. Come on, ask about me. I have so much love to give and i'm just waiting to share it with you.

Phoenix
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Lewis

(FKA Phoenix)

ID#: VA11589
Location:  Illinois
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Blue
DateIn: 07/16/16
Adopted: 08/07/16
Congrats: Allison
Foster: Joy



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Notes from Home
Lewis (Pheonix) has been doing much better. He has been appropriately talkative instead of consistently crying. I think he just needed an adjustment period. But he's been wonderful. We also found some toys that he's taken a liking to. I don't think we could have found a better match.
(Last update: Aug 22nd, 2016 4pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Drago

(FKA Mr. Freeze)

ID#: VA10853
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 06/19/15
Adopted: 08/22/15
Congrats: Rick
Foster: Belinda

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
DRAGO
Stop...right...there. That's it - freeeeze.

Now that I have your attention, I'd like to suggest that you really need to browse no further. One incredibly fabulous, friendly and fun feline at your service. Named for my magnetic, crystal blue eyes, I will have all of your friends 'oohing and aahing' over my handsome-ness and gregarious-ness. Big words for a cat. I know... I'm quite special.

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Notes from Home
Hi Guys...it's me..DRAGO..I used to be Mr. Freeze, but I got my human to change it. It's easier than I thought to respond to when he calls me.
Well, lemme see...I got this human to do so many things for me, it's hilarious to watch him. First, he sets his alarm for work every nite for 5am> Who sleeps so late??? I make sure to wake him at 4:15 every morning to let him know that he only has 45 minutes left to play with me and pet me before he starts his day. Oh..and I follow him downstairs and watch him get my breakfast together. He washes my bowls and then fills my order and serves me. He knows just what I like!

Then I have him brush me for a minute before I send him off for his shower. I make sure to stay in the bathroom with him too just in case he forgets anything. He told me to bathe myself cuz he was tired of getting my fur on his tongue!!! Funny guy my human is.

He bought me this really comfy bed with my name on it. I feel like the star that I am! Sometimes when he opens the sock drawer, I pick out his socks and take off with them. I'm not sure, but I don't think he likes that stuff in the early morning. Too bad...he'll have to get used to my ways.

One thing that he does which drives me nuts, is that he jingles his keys to let me know he ready to leave for the day. Does he think I don't know that by now? He forgets how smart I am and how quickly I catch on to things. I even sit and wait with him while he folds the laundry too. I have him trained to leave at least one thing in the dryer while he folds, and i just lay in there on a warm item and relax. I have "thumbs" but it looks like way too much work for me. UH-OH..wait a second...he's coming..OK, he's gone again. I was just laying on the keyboard and almost got caught...whew!!!

Anyway, my plan worked! I lured him in with my good looks and disposition and I now have the run of the house..well except for the table and counters..he always knows if I've been up there...I think I need to hide my pawprints from now on. He's smarter than I thought he'd be but he really is a great Dad..I have a million toys, a whole bunch of favorite places to sit. I convinced him to move a couple of things in the house for my pleasure cuz I'm so worth it.

Whe he comes home from work, I do my thing and sit on the steps with him cuz I don't want him to feel like I didn't miss him while he was gone. He seems to like that..ya' know, all the attention and stuff. But I wish he'd keep his hands off my toys. He's always throwing them around and tickling me with them. He should just leave my things where I have them. Maybe he's getting even for the socks stuff I do to him.

Well fellow Meezers, I best be going for now, but I just wanted to catch up with you all. Belinda, I do think of you often and am grateful to you for fostering me, but I've got this human wrapped around my paws!!! I hope you all get places like this to live...gotta run..he just threw some bread out for the birds and I have to go sit in my window and watch them...I love doing that!!! I wonder if he'll ever bring me home one of those things for a treat???!! Doubt it, but he does cook me a delicious chicken breast just the way I like it!! He's lucky to have me here...later guys!!!

(Last update: Aug 22nd, 2016 3pm)

VIOLET
I just got here to my new cushy foster digs. Me and Kingfisher came from the same place, so maybe we'll be buddies. Foster mom will tell you more about me as she gets to know me! I just got done being a mom, and she says that I won't have to worry about that anymore. She says she knows that I'm really friendly and like to interact and be held. 7/15 update: Guess what? Kingfisher and I do like each other. We look so much alike, foster mom says he's probably my son.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Violet

(FKA Finch)

ID#: VA8665
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 07/14/12
Adopted: 08/18/12
Congrats: Amy
Foster: Rinn

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
9/18/12: Violet is curled up next to me as I type this. She is a lovergirl who enjoys lots of pets and hugs, and she gives purrs, headbutts, and kisses in return. Despite the occasional ongoing scrap with older housemate Maisy, Violet is fully integrated into the household and can usually be found playing with Pip or snuggling with her humans. She is still very kitten-like and loves to run around and chase the catnip mice and wand toys. We are just smitten with her big blue eyes and her bunny-soft fur and her diva personality, and we love having her in our lives!

The lynxies have been with us for a little over two weeks now, and they're settling in and running the place! They've passed their first vet checkup with flying colors and now have the full run of the house. Violet loves food, cuddling, playing with Pip, food, exploring, and food. And especially food! She's not so sure she likes her new feline housemates, and she and my senior female, Maisy, have had a few disputes about who is truly the Queen. (I did catch Maisy giving Violet a little kiss on the head, though.) But everyone gets along fine at mealtimes, and integration has gone pretty well overall. Violet is an enthusiastic talker and loves to tell us when she's hungry, wants to play, or just needs some extra snuggles. She is super affectionate and sweet, and we just love her to bits!

2/18/12: Hello, it's Violet here, or to use my full name. Princess Miss Violet Vicious Bunny the Cat. I should be the queen, but since there's already a queen here, I'm just a princess...for now. The queen's name is Maisy, and I like to play with her sometimes, but mostly, I like to cuddle with my humans (and sometimes nibble on them to remind them who's boss) and wrestle with my son, Pip. I also like the food around here. I wish there was more of it, but Mom says I need to watch my weight. I don't know what she means, though. I am very, very beautiful just the way I am. My humans tell me so every day. They're pretty good humans, though I have to follow them everywhere and sit on them just to keep an eye on them. You know how humans are. But they feed me, pet me, and tell me they love me all the time, so I guess I'll keep them.

8/18/13: Violet is celebrating her 1-year anniversary of living with us by enjoying all her favorite pastimes: sitting in the kitchen window, napping, playing with her catnip pillow, and nibbling on my fingers. She's a bit plumper and a bit darker than she was when she arrived a year ago, but otherwise she's the same quirky, chatty, adorable little girl. For such a tiny thing, she has a very big personality and an even bigger purr. She is healthy and happy and fun and just as sweet as can be, and we're looking forward to many more anniversaries with her.

8/18/14: In some ways it's hard to believe it's been two years since Violet and Pip came home, and in other ways, it feels like they've been part of the family forever. Princess Miss Violet Bunny (who has more middle names than will fit here) is as sweet and funny and quirky as ever. Lap naps remain her favorite thing in the world other than dinnertime, and she has an amazing ability to detect lap vacancies from a distance. When she's not cuddling, she loves to sit in the window and watch the world go by, and she spends lots of time hanging out with our dog, since the dog's room has the best view of the yard. We love her to pieces and can't imagine life without her.

8/30/15: We're a little late with Miss Violet Bunny's annual update--it's been a busy month of putting the new dog in her place, challenging Maisy for the title of queen, and just generally being a spoiled and adored little princess kitty! Violet is doing wonderfully and was recently pronounced healthy (and incredibly soft and sweet) by her vet. She is rarely far from my side and is still the reigning Snuggling Champion of the household. She has mostly outgrown her tendency to nip fingers but will occasionally give a little nibble for old times' sake. She is full of personality and sweetness and charm, and she continues to be a delight in every way.

8/22/16: Violet may not be the Queen of the House yet, since her adopted older sister Maisy is still running things, but she is definitely the Queen of Laps. If someone has one, she's in it! She is a champion cuddler and the most enthusiastic talker in the house, sharing her opinions frequently. She has remained petite and is in excellent health, and her coat is as soft and bunny-fur-like as ever. She's still a quirky little girl, prone to overstimulation but also extremely affectionate and people-oriented, and she is wonderful, lovable company. She charms us every day with her dainty, ladylike ways and slightly diva-ish nature, and we just love everything about her.

(Last update: Aug 22nd, 2016 12pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Pip

(FKA Kingfisher)

ID#: VA8666
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 07/14/12
Adopted: 08/18/12
Congrats: Amy
Foster: Rinn

Foster Notes

PIP
Heeeey, let me out of here so you can pet me and play with me! Me and Finch and a whole bunch of other cats and dogs had to leave the place we were living because our humans let things get out of control. But now I'm hanging out in comfy foster digs with good food and they're getting rid of all my fleas. Whew that feels better. Finch and me might be buddies since we came from the same place, but we haven't told foster mom yet because she says we can't be together until the vet takes care of some of our, ahem, parts. Yikes! Anyway, stayed tuned for more about me and Finch... and better pictures! 7/15 update: Well duh! Foster mom let me out with Finch for just a little and we showed her that we like each other a lot. So we could be a pair, or just make sure I have a rough and tumble playmate!
Notes from Home
9/18/12: Pip is just a delight. He entertains us all day with his antics, and even the older cats are taken with him. He follows them around and watches what they do so that he can learn how to be a grown-up kitty someday. He follows us around, too--he's a people cat for sure. I think he loves his wand toy most of all, but his humans are a close second. We are loving life with such a sweet and playful kitten!

It's nonstop action with Pip, who is way over any initial shyness and is now tearing around the house like the fun-loving kitten he is. His senior Meezer housemates mostly tolerate his antics, but he doesn't mind even when they don't--he just runs right up to them and headbutts them. He doesn't mind sharing his toys with them, and he's glad his new big brother Liam has so many sponge balls to share! Every now and then, he stops playing long enough to snuggle, and he is a complete cuddlebug, full of purrs and kisses. He still enjoys curling up with his mom and following her around, but he's more independent and outgoing than we initially thought. He couldn't be any cuter if he tried, and he makes us smile every day.

2/18/13: Pip isn't really a kitten anymore, but try telling him that! He's gotten taller and longer, but otherwise, he's still completely kitten. He spends most of his time running around chasing his sponge balls or his wand toys, stopping only to curl up in a lap for a nap. He is spoiled absolutely rotten--I can't resist buying him a new toy every time I go to the pet store. He is a happy and playful little guy, a healthy eater (though all that running around keeps him skinny), and a sweet little boy who purrs as soon as you touch him. We love him to bits, and we are so glad we get to be his forever family.

8/18/13: Pip is growing up into a slightly calmer and more sedate young adult, but he's still about 90 percent kitten. He has grown into a rangy, long-legged guy, and he's now much bigger than his mom, Violet. In addition to still enjoying games like "chase the sponge ball down the stairs" and "jump from one piece of furniture to another without touching the ground," he has a new game called "try to steal the dog's food," which the dog doesn't mind (but we do!). He resists being held for very long, but he loves to take a lap-nap now and then, and he always sleeps on my leg. Though he's not a kitten anymore, we still think he's the cutest little guy ever, and we can't help spoiling him rotten. We couldn't love him any more if we tried.

8/18/14: Pip says he can't possibly have been with us for two years, because that would mean he isn't a kitten anymore, and in his mind, he is still very much a kitten. He's settled down a little bit, and filled out nicely because he's a great eater, but he is still the baby of the family, and as such, he's spoiled absolutely rotten. He is only slightly less playful than he was as an actual kitten, and he loves to play soccer with us with his sponge soccer balls--we think he has a promising future as a goalie. :-) He is just the most adorable little guy, and he knows it, which just makes him even more lovable. We're looking forward to many, many happy years with him.

8/31/15: Our darling little Pip has grown up to be a rangy, handsome boy of nearly 10 pounds, taller and heavier than his mom, Violet, but he is still our baby. Although he's just as likely to curl up on his cat tree as he is to go romping through the house, he is still kittenish and playful and full of fun. The vet detected a very faint (Grade 1) heart murmur when Pip went in for his checkup this summer, but she could only hear it when his heart rate increased because of nervousness, so she wasn't very concerned. We'll keep an eye on that at his future visits. Other than that, Pip is healthy and lively and, of course, absolutely adorable. He's just the sweetest little guy in the world, and we love him more than we can even put into words.

8/22/16: After four years, Pip is learning to meow! His latest habit is to run up to me before bedtime, winding all around me and demanding pets, and he usually makes his little squeaky noise when he does this. But just recently, he's started saying an actual MEOW every once in a while. We're sure he'll be meowing like a big boy in no time. :-) He's happy, healthy, playful, and delightful as ever, and he patiently puts up with being adored by both of us as well as anyone else who meets him. He's so cute that even Liam, our grouchy 17-year-old meezer mix, tolerates him. Even during the awful heat waves we've had this summer, Pip likes to stay close to me and sleeps on or near me every night--he's a mama's boy for sure. We love him so much, and we're forever grateful to Rinn and all of SCRC for bringing him into our lives.

(Last update: Aug 22nd, 2016 12pm)

OLIVIA
Just arrived and like my sister, Annie, I'm not afraid of the doggie here, I love to cuddle and play, am good with my litter box and have a good appetite. I, too, would like a male kitty to go home with, so why not pick one from the pages here and ask about me, too!

Purrs,
Molly
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Olivia

(FKA Molly)

ID#: VA7154
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
DateIn: 07/22/10
Adopted: 08/07/10
Congrats: Christine
Foster: Jeanne

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Notes from Home
Olivia is doing great. She just loves everyone. Her brother Spencer is also doing great also. He is super affectionate and has become a love bug.


(Last update: Aug 22nd, 2016 11am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Chandler
ID#: VA4162
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
Date In: 05/12/06
Adopted: 08/22/06
Deceased: 03/01/16
Congrats: Christine
Foster: Donna


CHANDLER
CHOCOLATE, ANYONE???

Well, my best friend in the world just left for her forever home. She's getting a swell home but I'm lonely! Won't you come and rescue me?

Foster Mom kept saying I was so shy. Fooled her! Chrissy's adopters were over and I was the life of the party! Chased a mylar ball over the room, let them pet me, purred, and everything. Foster Mom says I just keep surprising her. I sleep in the bed with her and Foster Pa and two other kitties and a little dawgy now. I just blended in with the household practically as soon as I got out of that isolation room. Even the grumpy old man cat thinks I'm okay.

I'm feeling about 1000% better now (had a tough time with that shelter cold) and I'm ready to get my forever home, too. So, why don't you click on that "Ask about me" button and Foster Mom will tell you what a great cat I am.

CHOCOLATE I AM, AND ... WHO CAN RESIST CHOCOLATE?

Love,

Chandler

PS I look old in my pictures but I'm just a young thing. When I got sick my fur turned gray but it won't be long and I'll be totally beautiful again! I'm so sweet my Foster Mom can just hardly stand it!
Notes from Home
I am so sorry to give you this news. Chandler passed away on March 4th.
There is always one that touches your heart from the very beginning. He was my special love; I still cry myself to sleep missing him.

Thank you so much for bringing him into our lives. Please know the work all of you do is truly appreciated.

Sincerely,
Chris Devens

(Last update: Aug 22nd, 2016 11am)

SANSA
Hi there! My name is Heike, and I'm named for the nice lady at animal control who made sure Siamese Rescue would come to get me! I come from a house with wayyyyy too many kitties, and I have to tell you, I am LOVING a big room to myself!! Nobody shoving me out of the way for my food, no long lines at the litter box, nobody taking the best bed for themselves, and no flea-bitten roommates sharing their cooties. ick! This is Heaven I tell ya! I am just a little nervous, so an adopter with lots of patience and love to share will make me so happy. I'm not sure how I feel about being 'one of many' again, now that I know how nice it is to be the center of attention. But I'll consider it.... for you.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Sansa

(FKA Heike)

ID#: VA10907
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 07/11/15
Adopted: 08/22/15
Congrats: Margaret
Foster: Belinda

Foster Notes

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

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Notes from Home
Sansa has adjusted quite well to her forever home. She is also enjoying her new roomie, Quincy! I am very happy with how the two of them are getting along. It seems like they are enjoying each others company and are having fun running throughout the house playing chase. She is sleeping well, eating VERY well, drinking plenty of water and using her litter box like a natural. We took her to the vet a week after she arrived and the doctor saw that she had fleas. Ugh! So now both Sansa and Quincy are being treated once a month with Revolution. After her stool sample culture came back we were disappointed again because the culture showed a parasite. So now I have to give her medicine orally for 10 days. Ugh! The doctor also noticed two pink spots on her left ear, took a fur sample, did a culture on it and Ugh! it came back positive for ringworm. So now I'm treating her for that as well. Poor little kitty! But even with all of her ailments, she is still a very happy little girl.

9/22/15-We've had Sansa now for a month! I can't believe how fast time has gone by. I am bringing in a fecal sample today to her vet to make sure the bacteria in her belly has been cleared up by her medicine. The pink marks on her ears have gone away and fresh new fur has taken it's place. I have not seen any fleas or flea dust since we brought her to the vet back in August. We've given her one treatment of Revolution back in early September, so a second dose will be given on October 1st.
Overall she is doing wonderfully, even though she had all of these ailments. She's a trooper and loves playing with Quincy. She has been great exercise for him and he is so cute with her. They chase each other up and down and all around the house. They now both sleep with us at night and during the day they'll typically sleep on the couch but typically stay about 6 inches away from each other. I do predict the winter will bring them closer :) She has been a wonderful addition to our house and as a buddy to Quincy!

2/23/2016
I can't believe 6 months have gone by since Sansa first came into our home! She is a doll!! The sweetest little kitty ever and she has transformed our first cat Quincy into becoming a much more affectionate cat! She has a great appetite and loves to talk and tweet all of the time. She sleeps in a little cozy bed right next to us for most of the night and then every morning she walks onto our bed and slips under the covers to cuddle. She is so cute! She has never gotten tired of her fleece tie toys. She has about 4 of them in the house that she plays with everyday and whenever we come home she has gathered them all up and put them on our bed. Usually she puts two on my side and two on my husbands. She's hilarious! She loves sitting on our laps while we're at the computer, on the couch or going to the bathroom! hahaha she cracks me up! She gained a little bit of weight from 6.6 to about 7.4lbs. It's a perfect weight for her. She's slim and trim and very active.

8-22-16
It's been a fantastic year with Sansa! Her humans love her and her kitty buddy Quincy LOVES her company, playfulness and activity. She loves being around us as much as possible and if she's not near us we can hear her chirping away looking for us! We think she got that from her pal Quincy. Neither of them like to be alone for very long which is why I think having her was a great addition for Quincy! The two of them are like two peas in a pod. They love playing, running around and even playing tag! They're a hoot! She's such a sweet little girl and the minute we walk into a room with her in it, she starts her purr motor on high! She loves her forever home :)

(Last update: Aug 22nd, 2016 8am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Himmie
ID#: VA9999
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 05/05/14
Adopted: 06/21/14
Congrats: John(jack)
Foster: Jeanne


This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
HIMMIE
Hi there! I'm Himmie, and I'm not exactly sure what is happening in my life. I know that my mama is no longer here, and I spent some time in my home alone with just my auntie coming to feed me, and now I'm with a strange lady in a strange place.

It isn't too bad here, though I don't know what's up with this cage, but the bed is super comfortable and there is always food and lots of petting when I want it. I've lived with dogs before, but I'm not too sure about all these other cats yet. Meowmy said I also need to see the doctor and have some blood work so she can see what my state of health is. She said I look wonderful, but this is just to double check.

What I'd really like is to have a real home of my own again with someone to love me like my mama did before she died.

Maybe that is you?

Himmie
Notes from Home
I have had Himmie 1 month today and he is a wonderful loving cat. He has settled into his new home without any problems. He meets me at the door when I come home and rubs on me until I pick him up. He has been to the vet and had his teeth cleaned. One tooth was extracted because of a cavity and it did not slow it down on his eating. The staff at the vet's office fell in love with him . I make a point of playing with him every day for 15 minutes or so. For an old guy he certainly can tear through the house when he gets on a running jag. He is a real sweetheart!
(Last update: Aug 21st, 2016 2pm)

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