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Mama Mia is a sweet girl who enjoys petting and purrs softly. She is on the quieter side, so might enjoy a somewhat quiet home. She has lived with cats and would also do well as an only. Mama Mia has raised a litter of kittens and is now ready for her forever home where she can be loved and pampered. Ask about her today!
Name:   Mama Mia
ID#: VA11306
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 01/19/16
Adopted: 02/06/16
Congrats: Gloria
Foster: Michelle

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
Mama Mia is doing wonderfully well. She is really healthy, and has pretty nearly gotten me fully trained. She is not as vocal as the other Siamese babies I have had, nor is she as cuddle-some. She comes to visit me occasionally, and I anticipate she will increase as time goes on. She loves to climb, and drapes herself with one arm dangling. She is tolerant of the two poodles, but has not become pals. There is no animosity. She offers to play with me by reaching out and patting me as I go by, or tapping on my leg as I am in the kitchen standing. She plays with toys a bit, then looses interest. She has chosen one out of three litter boxes I offered, and we have no problems there. I am looking forward to her mellowing with age, and becoming a bit more affectionate. She does give me kisses when she deigns to visit me, so I am very optimistic. I mostly call her just plain "Mia." She does come most of the time, and joins the pups when they get their treats. Of course, hers are special for her. Thank you again for bringing this wonderful baby into my life.
(Last update: Sep 14th, 2016 7pm)

Name: Heidi

(FKA Ellie)

ID#: VA11483
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 05/22/16
Adopted: 06/26/16
Congrats: Pat
Foster: Melanie (Knoxville)

This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
Hello there! Outgoing, friendly, loving, healthy girl looking for a home where I can be your one and only! I am exceptional in all ways and promise to love you furever! My mom went into a nursing home, and I came into Siamese Rescue. Can you be my new mom?
Notes from Home
Ellie made it home safe and sound. We meowed back and forth for the entire first hour of the car trip, then she came out and stretched her legs (inside the car) for a few minutes for some quality bonding time. The rest of the trip consisted of chirping and purring and minor conversations back and forth. Ellie let me know she does not like roads that go up and down and up and down like roller coasters. She likes flat roads. Curves and corners are ok, as long as the roads are flat.

When we finished the three hour car trip home, I took and her dowry in I showed her around the house. She likes all the rooms but the upstairs bathroom. She doesn't care for the room where the human litter box is located, apparently. She does not follow mento that room, but stays at the door. After a brief tour of the house, I placed her in her room with the door ajar. Yes, she has her own room. She came out about an hour later to check out the rest of the house and nibble on some food and sip some water. She slept on the foot of the bed that night.

The next day she kept exploring the house, picking out her favorite spots. She likes to hang out under the green chair when she needs a safe spot, like when I am leaving for work - She wants to stay here and does not have any interest whatsoever in leaving the house when I do. I do a quick cat count before I leave (it's easy to count to one) and she is almost always under that chair at that time. That is officially the cat chair, and I no longer sit on it. I have items on it to prevent others from sitting on it as well.

I am not yet sure where she hangs out while I am at work, but I do know that after I have been home for two or three minutes she will happily present herself and ask for scitches and pets and kisses. Yes, she kisses! on the lips! I have never had a cat that does this and I love it.

Ellie is bonding nicely, talking to me in a sweet voice, coming up and asking for affection. if I am reading or on the computer, she is right there with me. She is a good communicator, informing me of her needs - food, water, treats, love. She is working up Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. I can't say enough about SCRC and all the volunteers. I can't thank the people that brought us together enough.

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.
Pat and Ellie

Well Daddie go to do a little write-up. Now it's my turn.

My name is Ellie. Dad and I had several lengthy discussions about changing my name, and I decided I am sticking with Ellie. He even tried calling me by some ficticious names. My name is Ellie and I am sticking to it!

My life has been changing a lot the last few months, and like my name, I am sticking to what I have now. I love my daddy and I love my new home. I get to sleep at the foot of his bed. I get to give him kisses whenever I want. I get to rest anywhere in the house I feel like it. almost. Daddy says i'm not allowed in the basement anymore. I was down there for a day and a half and for some reason now it's off limits. Bummer, I like the tight little cat sized crawl space down there. oh well, I have the whole rest of the house. I like to rest in the closet, rest on the bed, rest at the top of the stairs, rest at the stairs landing, rest at the bottom of the stairs behind the chair, and when daddy is gone I rest on the Lay-Z-boy recliner, I also like to open cupboards and rest in there. Daddy says he is going to put a stop to that too. That's ok I have a LOT of resting spots.

I have no interest in leaving. ever. We had to go to the kitty doc and I raced and raced and raced and raced around the house. I did not want to go. I thought I was moving again! boy was I glad to get back home again after that. I thought daddy was getting rid of me after just one week! but the doc says I'm as healthy as a cat. duh. I could have told daddy that. He said it was a requirement though. next time, he can just ask me if I feel ok. I feel greeeaaat!

My name is Ellie and I live in this house with my daddy and I'm not leaving so don't even ask. I refuse to go out the door. I live inside.

An update about Ellie from her Daddy (me, Pat):

Ellie is no longer Ellie.

She is now going by the name Heidi. She chose this name because she opted to Heide (hide) every time I opened the door to the outdoors. She is here to stay, and hides if anyone knocks or the door is opened!

Heidi is fairly independent. She likes to be near me, and petted, but not on top of me. I sit in my recliner. She sits in her recliner. Or she sits on my footrest if it is up. she is not a lap cat. As I sit here typing, she is in the very middle of the living room floor resting on a carpet scratch pad. She sleeps at the foot of my bed, with her backside up against my leg/feet. She does not spoon nor cuddle at night, although I am still trying to talk her into it.

She loves pets and brushes. She will find my hand and do most, if not all, of the petting herself. Back and forth, forth and back, she can do petting for a long long time. I used to brush her with the normal non- ggressive brushes, and she was kind of like 'this is ok, i'll do this for you, daddy, but i'm not really that into it." Then I unpacked spooky's old brush and gave her another brush. "OMG daddy! Where were you keeping THAT brush! Brush me. Brush me... BRUSH ME! " She loves the aggressive brushes, not the baby brushes.

And I discovered something else she loves. and I do mean loves. She LOVES treats. She will eat them exclusively if I let her. Every night before bed she meows and pokes and scratches for her treats. The box says she can have 15 a day, and she gets every bit of 15, and begs for more every night before bed. She is a treat-a-holic.

Anyway, Heidi is doing great. She is here to stay, and lets me know every day she is not going anywhere anytime soon. She owns the whole house and can be found lounging anywhere at any time of day. She is healthy, she purrs, she still gives lots of nose, lips, and tongue kisses. she head bumps. I love her and need to thank everyone who helped put us together. Thank you. THANK YOU. THANK YOU!!!

(Last update: Sep 14th, 2016 7pm)

Playful, chirpy and happy! Yep, that's me Tonka...I have nothing to do with that big yellow truck that you grew up with.....I am just an easy going, playful guy right out of the box, or more correct, out of the carrier. I was surrendered to the shelter by my owner (no fault of mine) when new rules were applied to where I live so I am looking to pull my carrier up for a new place.

Chirps & Murps,

Name:   Tonka
ID#: VA10240
Location:  Kentucky
Sex: male
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 08/17/14
Adopted: 09/13/14
Congrats: Robert
Foster: Jennifer

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Wow, what a confident, well adjusted cat! The contrast between Tonka who was a relinquished pet, and Mumbai who came from a hoarder situation, is obvious. Tonka is doing great. He's very gentile, having put up with some rude behavior from Mumbai without responding. He's also very affectionate and large. When he lays on my lap, he hangs off both sides.
9/29/14 Tonka and Mumbai had their first visit to the local Vet today. Both are in good health and maintaining their weight, although Tonka may have lost a little bit.
12/19 Tonka has been here for 3 months now. What can I say except he is doing great! Smart and affectionate, a typical Siamese. Loves to head butt, but fortunately saves that for his human friends. I think he'd knock Mumbai out if he did it to her. He seems very content in his new home and I'm lucky to have him!
3/13/15 Tonka is doing good. It took a little while to reach an agreement on our morning routine and when he would be fed, but we worked it out 😉. He's a beautiful guy but he's got some strange little quirks about him. He has a little catnip beaver toy that he plays with occasionally but not not all the time. However I almost always find it in the bed and even under the covers when I wake up in the morning. He also doesn't like the door to the basement or the garage being closed and often insists I open them. He still likes to head butt and get some lap time, and gets along well with Mumbai.
9/12/15. Tomorrow is Tonka's one year anniversary. I'm writing this from a parking lot in New Castle, De where I'm waiting for some cats to arrive from Virginia. I'll be driving them to Cranbury, New Jersey as part of the Meezer express. I can't think of a better way to thank the people who helped get Tonka to his forever home than by helping other cats get to their homes. Tonka is doing very well and is quite a character. Thank you to all who helped put us together. Forgot to mention Tonka went to the vet with Mumbai last week and is in fine health. I warned the vet he doesn't like his nails cut and sure enough I could hear him from the other room. Asked the vet how they did and her response was "I've had worse" 😖
9/13/16 Tonka has his annual check-up last week and is in fine shape. We now see the same vet each time his nails are trimmed because she has had good success with him. He remains a character and can act pretty silly at times.

(Last update: Sep 14th, 2016 4am)

Name:   Dixie
ID#: VA11480
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
Date In: 05/22/16
Adopted: 08/13/16
Congrats: Lisa
Foster: Nancy

All I want is to love and be loved.

I've had quite a tough time for the last several months. I was SO sick, but my first rescuer would not let me give up. I finally recovered enough to come to foster mom's house and now I'm ready to look for my furrever home. I'm totally into my person and not playing much YET. Still in isolation so not sure about other kitties, but I think I will be fine with a nice laid back male kitty as long as I get the love and attention I crave.


I've been out and about with all the resident kitties and dogs and I'm doing great! I'm a perfect little lady in all my habits and friendly, but not too forward with all. I think I would like a little quieter home and I also want to stay withing 3 - 4 hours of my current location. I really don't like traveling a whole lot. I like to play a bit, I like to have little conversations and I'll let you know when I need some loving and pets. I'm starting to climb into bed with Meowmy an snuggle up for part of the night. :) She LOVES that!

Due to the severity of my upper respiratory infection and all the meds I was given I have quite a snorkly snuffly condition. My wonderful vet has prescribed a medicine that should take care of it, but I may always have the snuffles. I have to take the medicine for a month so I can't go home until the end of July.

You can still ask about me and get on my list if you are willing to wait for me to come home.

Purrs and headbutts,


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Notes from Home
I can't believe it has been a month! Dixie feels like she has been with us forever, she has fit right in to our house and our family!

She is doing great, she has the run of the house (it is all hers....) and has become another member of the family. She follows us around the house wherever we go.

She does continue to snarffle, she is on steroids now and we are going to try some other supplements but she is a little picky with the tastes.

We couldn't be happier with her!

(Last update: Sep 13th, 2016 2pm)

IAnubis has become the sweetest cat. He now has hair on his back and it is very dark. I like to sleep in his room and he will give me lots of purrs and chances to pet him. He just loves the company. He is so ready for a home and he will show you how much he appreciates one.

He has a good appetite but he is not overweight and appears to be very healthy. He does like to talk to you and get your attention by carrying on a conversation. He is not loud about it though.
Name:   Anubis
ID#: VA11410
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 04/10/16
Adopted: 08/30/16
Congrats: Kathleen
Foster: Jane

Foster Notes

This cat will not tolerate being with a male cat. Usually this is a male cat.Not with Male Cats


Notes from Home
Anubis was at the vet today for a physical exam.. He was found to have an ear infection (yeast). Treated with Convenia injection and given script for Posatex, 15 gm. Also injection of antibiotic for ears Dex SP, 4mg inj.

He also had his nails trimmed. Weight: 15.5 lbs.

Anubis is doing well, very inquisitive, eating and drinking well and using a liter box with no issues. He is still getting used to his new surroundings but has the run of the house. No other animals here.

(Last update: Sep 13th, 2016 12pm)

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Name:   Magnus
ID#: VA10154
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
Date In: 07/19/14
Adopted: 09/20/14
Congrats: Joanne
Foster: Nancy

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
Delectable as Godiva chocolate. That's what my meowm says!

Loves other kitties and doggies!

Loves to run and play!

Loves all toys!

Loves to cuddle and snuggle.

Loves to give his meowm full face washes. (lol)

A purrfect little boy! That's me!!


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Notes from Home
11/14/14 - Magnus is really growing and now seems about 3/4 of the size of Xena. He gets along with her very well, always approaches her with a submissive posture until he sees what type of mood she's in. They play chase quite a bit.

Xena seems to really approve of Magnus, he's a perfectly behaved gentleman - or so she thinks. She was sitting on the side table next to my chair getting petted, her tail was hanging off the edge. She kept turning around and hissing over the edge of the table as someone kept grabbing her. She'd look and never see anyone, then turn back to getting petted. This kept going on over and over until she was extremely annoyed. I wouldn't even touch her because it would set her off. Snarf was in the kitchen having a snack while this was occurring. He wandered into the living room and she spotted him and gave a very evil hiss. Stopped him in his tracks, he looked around very puzzled, then took another step. She hissed again. No mistaking her intent. He turned around and left. After a minute I saw Magnus sneak out from under the table and go behind the sofa to exit the room. He's a clever boy and has found having a 'little brother' comes with the benefit of blaming everything on Snarf :) This isn't the only time Xena has taken Snarf to task for something Magnus has done.

11-26-14 - The boys had their first kill this morning. They were playing with something and I thought they'd torn a bit off one of the throw rugs. I took it away because figured eating fabric wasn't good for them. Picked it up and it was soft and silky, was thinking I wonder if they got this off one of their toys because it doesn't look like a rug. Got it into the light - it was a small snake! This of course begs the questions where did they get it? And more importantly are there more? Yes it's an old house and I expect mice, but snakes??? I believe Magnus was responsible for the capture and dispatch, he was still looking for it 15 minutes later when I left for work. Snarf had moved on to other toys.

6/18/15 - Well Magnus is a year old now and has turned into quite the hunter, well as much of a hunter as being an indoor cat allows. Baby snake, mice, and a full grown snake! Where he found a full grown snake in the house is a bit of a disturbing question, almost as disturbing as the fact he brought it over to play with around my feet. When you realize that the long brown thing going over your foot is not actually a cat's tail you tend to leave your chair in a hurry! And by full grown I mean approximately 2 foot long and an inch in diameter at the widest point. With Magnus' help the snake was herded into a box and, much to Magnus' disappointment, taken outside.

Now that warmer weather is here he enjoys sitting in the open window (has a screen on it) and watching the outdoor life, birds and bunnies. Of course he's pretty smart and quickly realized that after he hears the screen door he can see me out there so that must be the gateway to the birds and bunnies. So now I have to watch when I go in and out, he's not terrible or really trying to escape, he just wants to investigate.

He does have luxating patellas, they aren't bad enough to need surgery (thankfully since I wouldn't want to try and keep him quiet for the recovery) and don't seem to bother him too much, if they pop out they usually pop right back in within a step or two. Controlling his weight is also important to not put too much strain on his legs, he doesn't like that. His motto is 'you never have too much food!' The dry food that is out for them to snack on is measured and when it's gone it's gone, no more. Also it's a low calorie option. Their wet food (breakfast and dinner) is mixed with water to make it seem like more and he doesn't get treats when ever he asks. Just once a day. The treats are actually oral care cat food, Xena was getting a few pieces a day for her teeth so now everyone gets a couple pieces a day. He's quite active and runs, wrestles, and plays quite a lot but he's an 'easy keeper' and gains easily.

9/22/15 - Good news! Magnus went for his annual checkup a couple weeks ago and they said his luxating patella issue has improved. They still pop out some, but not as much. My vet said they don't do the surgery themselves, they refer to a specialist, and she said the way he is now the specialist wouldn't even consider surgery. He is starting on Cosquin to try an minimize any arthritis in the future. She said his weight is good at 9.9 pounds, I'm sure he was hoping she'd say he was under weight and I had to feed him more ;) that's not happening.

He's developed into quite the sly, cheeky, boy. He likes to poke and tease, the bigger the reaction the better he likes it. Like a 5 year old boy teasing his older sister.

As the weather has gotten warmer he's added moths to his list of hunting prey. The only problem is if they get away from them they fly up to the ceiling. Then Snarf tears up the nearest path, cat tree, cupboard, exposed beam, etc., and plucks them off the ceiling. This utterly annoys Magnus, he went to all that work of stalking and catching the moth only to have Snarf steal it away - just because Snarf can climb! Alas that is Magnus' shortcoming, he can't climb very well. Run, jump, wrestle, burrow, stalk, etc., all good. Climbing not so much, and Snarf is a climber extraordinaire, definitely in the top 1% of his class. Sometimes things are a little unbalanced, Magnus doesn't let it get him down though. He usually can find an alternate route to get to where ever Snarf is, if he really can't figure out a way to follow him he just finds something else to do. There were some baby bunnies in the flower bed outside the living room window this summer. If the window was open he could sit in it and lean against the screen and watch the babies, that provided hours of enjoyment. I often wondered if those little bunnies ever got a creepy feeling like someone was spying on them :)

9/13/2016 - Hard to believe it's been 2 years! Magnus just had his annual checkup, everything is fine and the vet kept saying how handsome he was and how beautiful his coat was. She didn't even worry about his weight, which was ah-hum 11 lbs. He doesn't miss any meals. One little quirk has shown up - he loves, absolutely loves, fabric. This makes changing the bed a bit challenging because sheets are the best. I try to pick a time when he's napping and be very quiet, doesn't matter, I turn around and there is Magnus grabbing the sheets. He gathers as much as he can in his arms and just wads it all up and lays in the middle. As you can imagine this behavior isn't the best for sheets and I've had to continuously patch them. Finally this past weekend the patching no longer was enough and the bottom sheet had to be replaced. The tattered remnant of what used to be a sheet was folded and placed in Magnus' bed. He was so happy, his bed now has sheets! So now Magnus is sleeping on Cool Comfort 100% Cotton Sateen and I'm sleeping on $11 200 count something from Walmart. At least the cat is happy, isn't that what is important :)

(Last update: Sep 13th, 2016 8am)

Sweet girl, very affectionate! So much so, it's difficult to get pictures.

Tia has been out of isolation for a while and has settled in amongst the 4 resident Siamese and the other foster as well as the puppy.

Very nice, calm, mellow kitty who enjoys being petted and loved. Sleeps at the bottom of the bed and shares the bed with two torties!


Name:   Tia
ID#: VA11090
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 09/20/15
Adopted: 03/13/16
Congrats: Robert
Foster: Donna


Notes from Home
Tia is doing just wonderful! She is so perfect. I could not imagine life without her. She is one lazy girl. Her days consist of sleeping, talking, eating and more sleep. She has her spot on my wife where she sleeps every night. She only drinks from the sink and will wait patiently until you turn it on for her. She's a huge part of our family and we are so so so glad we have her!!!!
(Last update: Sep 13th, 2016 8am)

Name:   Molly
ID#: VA6469
Location:  Georgia
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
Date In: 07/16/09
Adopted: 09/12/09
Congrats: Carol
Foster: ShirleyBo

Foster Notes

Purr! Purr! Purr! Headbump! Headbump! Headbump! Not and ounce of Tortitude here! I am petite little girl. I only weigh 5 pounds I love to play and be with you. I am a follow you everywhere kinda girl.. I get along with the other fosters So I should be able to fit into most any situation. I am Not very photogenic I am so much cutier in person. So Break me out of here and let me come home with you So we can be best Buds!
Did I mention I love laps and give great kisses!
Notes from Home
September 12, 2016

Today, Miss Molly, her “brother” Wade, and I are celebrating Molly’s seventh anniversary as a member of our family. Let’s see, so far we’ve had cake and ice cream and will be moving on to champagne later this afternoon (just kidding).
Two weeks ago Molly had her annual check-up with the vet, who pronounced her in fine shape. She weighed in at 9 lbs., 10 oz., and will get a dental next February (2017). She’s been on a reduced-calorie diet since her 2015 check-up and is now svelte again and more energetic than ever. If such a thing as Kitty Olympics existed , she would qualify for the 50-yard sprint!
Every day I give thanks that Shirley Bodirnea, foster meowm extraordinaire, rescued Molly and nurtured her until I came along and scooped her up. The SCRC volunteers are angels with furry wings!

September 12, 2015

Hello, everybody.

Today is my special day: I’m celebrating my six-year anniversary in my forever home! Yippee — jumping up and down and racing around the house! My sidekick, Wade, is watching me from his favorite spot on top of the couch, probably wishing I’d be quiet so he can go back to his nap.

Visited my vet two weeks ago for my annual checkup and shot. All’s well, but she’s putting me on a special low-calorie diet. Said I’d been snacking too much. Meowm’s been transitioning me gradually to the new food, and I actually like it, much to her surprise, especially the canned stuff. By this time next year I hope to be my svelte self again.

At our house we all love SCRC and the incredible people who make it work so well. We especially love my foster meowm, Shirley Bodirnea, who took care of me and made it possible to hook up with my forever home. Purrs and head-butts forever!

And now I have to get back to celebrating.

September 12, 2014: Taking time out from a busy day of bird watching, toy chasing, snoozing, snacking, and keeping my goofy brother Wade in line — to thank my foster mom, Shirley Bodirnea, and the SCRC for sending me to my Furever Home. Had my annual checkup and distemper booster at the vet’s a couple of weeks ago. The nice lady in the white coat said I need to lose a pound or two, so we’re working on it.

That nut case Wade requires my constant supervision, but we like hanging out together on the screen porch, watching the local wildlife, and catching the breeze. Life is good. Mom even says she can’t fall asleep at night until I come and snuggle up with her. Awww . . .

Thanks for saving me and giving me a wonderful life! Purrs to everybody at SCRC!

September 12, 2013: Wow, has it really been four years since Foster Mom Shirley Bodirnea took me to meet my Forever Mom? Amazing! Today I am a contented kitty in every way. And in the pink of health, too. Last month when I got my yearly checkup, my veterinarian, Dr. Lisa Deaton, told me what a pretty tortie I am. Of course I knew that already.

Today I have a full agenda to celebrate my anniversary: just now had my mid-morning snack and am headed out to spend a few hours on the screened porch, watching the squirrels and butterflies. Then I'll have my early afternoon snack and catch 40 winks with Meowmom. When she stretches out on the couch to "rest her eyes," I stretch out alongside her. Sometimes we even catch 60 winks if we feel like it.

Later on I'll chase brother Wadie around and let him chase me, too. I'm faster, of course, and much more devious. Sometimes he doesn't even see me coming. I'll spend some snuggle time with Uncle Albert, too. This weekend is his 18th birthday. For an old dude, he's really pretty cool.

But I would be remiss if I didn't once again express my undying thanks to SCRC and Foster
Mom Shirley for rescuing me and matching me up with my fabulous family. You're all the BESTEST!!

Purrs and head butts . . .
xxx, Molly

September 12, 2012: We started this very special day with a nummy breakfast, which I wolfed down in appreciation (and also to finish it before Uncle Albert nosed his way into my bowl). Yummm!!!

I'm happy as a bug in a rug with my family. We're a tight-knit bunch cuz we all WUV each other. The only thing I'm not crazy about is my yearly checkup at the vet's (but he always says I'm fit as a fiddle, which is great) and the noisy thing Meowmom calls a vacuum cleaner. It makes me scurry to my safe hidey-hole til she's done.

Brother Wadie is a real scamp, but I give as good as I get. I wuv sneaking up on him and springing. I chase him all around the house, and then he chases me. Oh, and I still have my favorite toy -- the fuzzy green mouse that Foster Mom Shirley gave me 3 years ago. It's a little ragged-looking now, but that's okay. The funnest thing is to throw it around in the middle of the night, like it was a real mousie. It's gone behind the fridge and stove a few times, buy Meowmom always fishes it out for me.

Thank you, Foster Mom Shirley and SCRC, for giving me such a loving family. You're the bestest!

WUV, Molly

Sept. 12, 2011: Wow, has it been 2 years already? Time flies when you're having fun. Uncle Albert, Brother Wade, and I are the 3 Mouseketeers, literally. When cold weather starts coming, like now, once in a while a little forest mousie finds his/her way into the basement. We have great fun chasing it around (we always wait til about 2 AM, when Meowm is asleep), but Meowm frowns on that. She tells us to be nice to our visitor, but we can't help ourselves. So she gets her butterfly net (for taking insects out of the house), snags the mousie, and relocates it gently down the forest road a ways.

I WUV my new family, and they WUV me! You guys at SCRC and especially my Foster Meowm, Shirley, are the bestest!! Without all of you I wouldn't be the happy li'l girl that I am. Every day I say a special prayer: "Thank you with all of my heart."

Now I have to go see if I can sneak up behind Wadie or Uncle Al and pounce on them.

Love always,


Molly is so integrated into our family that I can't imagine life without her! That little speckled thing has me at her beck and call, and that's okay. : )

Molly's coat has darkened quite a bit, and her tortie markings are distinctive. She also has a small tan streak on her forehead that's very sweet. Also, I can’t help but laugh at the way she squeaks instead of meowing.

She and Wade are best buddies. They tear around the house -- up and down the stairs -- and roll and tumble on the floor. Once in a while things get a little too rambunctious for her liking, and she screeches -- and five minutes later they're back at it again. : )

Foster Mom Shirley nursed Molly to health and gave her lots of TLC. THANK YOU, SHIRLEY!!!!!!

(Last update: Sep 12th, 2016 4pm)

Young, healthy, playful, and definitely living up to my name! I am a little nervous about bumps in the night and things I'm not sure of (which are quite a bit), but my loving inquisitive nature soon gets the best of me. I'm a catnip fiend too! A quieter home BUT one that will allow playtime as I'm likely to live up to the snowshoe reputation of being one crazy player!
Name:   Romeo
ID#: VA11009
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 08/22/15
Adopted: 09/12/15
Congrats: Frances
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


Notes from Home
Hello to our family at Siamese Rescue. Today in our home we celebrate the one year anniversary of our Romeo. He has been a blessing and truly a best boy. I am so thankful that this wonderful boy has entered our lives. Our family cannot imagine one day without him. We followed all the instructions to best introduce him to his sister and brother, and it all worked out fantastic. My Three Musketeers! This past year has brought allot of trials, I was sick for a while, I lost a family member to an accident, and illness came to me again. But the love of my family and my Three Musketeers kept me strong.

My husband had reservations before I got our Romeo, he feared that he would not fit in. Now those two are best buds! :-)

We are not geniuses or lucky, we put love, patience and consistency into our Romeo and he opened his heart to us.

He is a true snowshoe, it is extremely difficult to take a picture of him if he is not sleeping. He is our little Sherlock Holmes, always investigating.

(Last update: Sep 12th, 2016 11am)

Name:   Firestar
ID#: VA10236
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 08/16/14
Adopted: 09/06/14
Congrats: William
Foster: Siri

Paired with brother Fabio, we could have been named Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee! We love each other and would like to love you if you're interested!

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Notes from Home
See Fabio update.
(Last update: Sep 11th, 2016 8pm)

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