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CARLYBIRD
I'm known as the Carlybird because I love more than anything to sit in this great cat tree and watch what's going on. I don't mind the other cats as long as they don't overwhelm me, and I feel the same about people. I've now learned to ask for attention and I can be a FLIRTY bird too! I just dare you to watch my videos and resist!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Carlybird
ID#: VA9403
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 07/14/13
Adopted: 03/18/14
Congrats: Mary
Foster: Siri

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 will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats

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Notes from Home
Carly's mini-tree has arrived and been set up. She's been in it a few times, but she still prefers the privacy of our bedroom to exploring the house, so she spends a lot of time in the traditional cat tree there or curled up on our bed. More pictures will come eventually, but if she sees me she wants my hands busy petting her, not messing with a camera LOL.

5/5/2014 - Carly continues to be a joy. I've been crazy busy and travelling a bit which is why the lack of recent updates. She now comes halfway down the stairs to remind us when it's mealtime, and often goes down the hall to John's office to lapsit while he works, but otherwise is mostly to be found at the top of the cat tree in our bedroom. She's learned that the dogs aren't supposed to be on the bed so she'll make a big show of getting petted by the both of us, walk *almost* close enough for a dog to sniff her and then hop down onto the floor on "her" side of the bedroom, where they can't go. We're amused. Hard to say if she'll eventually feel comfortable enough to hang out downstairs, but we're totally fine with whatever she decides. She's a very purry sweetheart of a cat and we adore her :-)

6/9/2014 - Carly has come downstairs a few times all by herself now. We can see her confidence growing day by day. Every night, she makes a flying leap from the cat tree to the bed for a nice, long snuggle session when I get in bed, and then repeats the maneuver when John gets into bed later. Which means my sleep is interrupted because I serve as a landing pad and then have a purring cat walking back and forth on me and making biscuits. We'll just call it my nightly massage. She's much too sweet to ever get mad at her!

9/18/2014 - 6 months already! Carly has now survived the invasion of my daughter and her family for 3 weeks (including 2 other cats and a toddler) and remained happily ensconced on her cat tree, even when one of the other cats got into the room and ate her food. Carly merely observed. I got her more food . The intruders are gone now and she has resumed gradually checking out other parts of the house. She still is an angel about using her litterbox and scratching post, loves chasing laser lights and toys, and loves her bedtime cuddle sessions so much she comes downstairs to get me if I'm not in bed by about 10. She's adorable, and adored. We are so very fortunate to have her as part of our family :-)

3/18/2015 - Carly's 1 year adoptaversary! We still can't believe how lucky we are to have found Carly. She is unbelievably sweet, social, and just one of the nicest cats I've ever met. She spends a lot of her time hanging out on the stairs watching household activity, and makes sure to get pets from visiting humans of all ages (including my toddler granddaughter). She has reached detente with the younger Wolfhounds and now consents to be sniffed by them, although she doesn't hang out with them. Give it a few more years ;-) She will come down and hang out on the couch with me if the dogs are sleeping in another room. I look forward to our nightly bedtime snuggles and she now sleeps with/on us for part of the night, soothing us with her purrs. We're still in love with her!

3/18/2016 - Typed this up once and it went into the ether ;-) Can't believe it's been 2 years already! Carly spends lots of time downstairs now, sleeps on top of me most of the night, and has started begging at the dinner table (which we gently discourage). She still insists that every visitor to the house pet her. She no longer spends much time on top of her cat tree, especially since she discovered there are way more birds to be seen out of the downstairs windows. In short ... she's great! And well loved.

3/18/2017 - 3 years already! Carly is still healthy, happy and adored. We bought a farm in December and commute with all the animals every weekend. To our great surprise, our leery-of-new-things Carly was exploring the house within a few hours of arriving the first time. She really loves the farmhouse. Which is great, because that means I always get to sleep with a purring cat curled up on top of me :-) Thank you, again, for our darling girl.

3/18/18 - Carly continues to be the perfect cat. What more can I say?

(Last update: Mar 18th, 2018 10am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Twizzell

(FKA Peter)

ID#: VA12391
Location:  New Hampshire
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 11/11/17
Adopted: 12/26/17
Congrats: Jodi
Foster: Mary


TWIZZELL
My name is Peter and I'm staying with Paul and Mary. They find that Peter, Paul and Mary thing amusing.

As you can see....I've decided to be photogenic and Foster Mary can't get enough of the picture thing. I might have to change my mind on that.

I'm settling in and settling down but I'm still nervous about the resident pets...primarily the dog. But this is a big dog who moves fast. Not sure about that. Foster Mary said in the next few days I'll be meeting some of the other four-legged ones. ewwww

She's learning little things about me like every time she comes into "my" room I'm under the covers. So warm. Love clean sheets.

I won't be able to go right home though as I do have some dental issues that will be addressed first (what's a dental?). Unfortunately Foster Mary's vet is very busy and they can't get in me in right away so you'll just have to wait. But it gives her plenty of time to find out about me and other furred ones.

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Notes from Home
Greetings from Peter; this awesome animal who we love having in our household. We are mostly calling him Twizzell, after that utterly amazing tale, though his first nickname was Baryshni-cat, because of the amazing leaps into the air! After a cautious start in his new home (I wondered if he would ever be brave enough to come down the stairs) he shares joint ruler-ship with Reebee (if she's asleep, he's in charge). Twizzell has almost full command of the house from the top of the master bedroom closet to the basement. He's still a little unsure about the noises in the kitchen like the coffee-grinder and the ice maker. But if we are in there eating breakfast, after complaining from the family room that we are not with him, he does join us, eats and sits on laps. Peter still loves snuggling under blankets; blankets are carefully arranged on the sofa, and the bed for when he joins us. We are so happy to have him settling in. Twizzell is becoming increasingly affectionate and is almost always underfoot, or on lap now. And of course nothing beats playing with the wand toys.

The ten-day isolation and introduction to Reebee has gone pretty well. While she is an active, playful 10 year old, she's not the play toy he wishes for. Reebee will not tolerate being jumped on. They do very well together running from one end of the house to the other, playing with wand toys and just being close to each other when all is calm.

We are really grateful to have this cat and a heartfelt thank you to everyone who helped him to his new home.

Name change: Twizzell has stuck! He's the best; and that is not just my opinion, he thinks so too ;) Almost 3 months and he has really settled in. He seems to really know now that he is in his forever home :). He's gained at least five ounces and looks sleek and happy. His coat has gotten thicker too. Twizzell is quite companionable: he keeps me within sight or earshot all the time until he can't keep his eyes open any more and has to take a nap. When I am at work, he happily snoozes on my husband's lap. Wand toys continue to be a favorite (I just bought him "Da Bird" as a birthday present), and he has a talent as "soccer cat" and can dribble balls across the room (so, yes, I bought more ball toys for his birthday as well). Mornings anything and everything is an excuse to dash up and down the stairs, hall ways, and furniture. He gets so excited doing this, his tail puffs up. All is well and happy!


(Last update: Mar 18th, 2018 10am)

STELLA
Before coming to Siamese Rescue, my life was not very happy. I have since settled into my foster home and I have warmed up to my foster meowmy. She gives me yummy food to eat, a clean litterbox to use and plays with me with wand toys. I like to chase lasers too!

I have become affectionate towards Foster Meowmy. I greet her at my foster space door, I rub on her legs and ask her how her day is going. I give lots of blinks too! If she is sitting at the computer I will lay next to her on the love seat and sometimes even stretch a paw out to tap her on the arm or leg. Now (6 months after I arrived) I will stand on her lap and let her pet my back and tail. I still do not like hands coming at my face so I smack them away with my paw but perhaps in another month, I will be a lap cat. Who knows.

I know that I can't stay here because there are other cats and I really don't like them. However, it is better than where I was before with yappy dogs scaring me.

If you think that perhaps you would like to get to know me and we could build a lasting relationship. Then watch my videos and inquire about me. Just know that I am not a blind date kind of girl and will need to meet any admirers first before any commitments are made.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Stella
ID#: VA12141
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 07/05/17
Adopted: 02/18/18
Congrats: Maryanne
Foster: Chelsea

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
This cat will not tolerate being with a male cat. Usually this is a male cat.Not with Male Cats
This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat

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Notes from Home
Stella is doing great ! She is such a joy to have ! She has made a routine with sitting in her favorite window and even waiting in it for me to get home she has her own internal clock and is always there she. I pull in! And now that the weather is nice I open it for her to here all the birds and she sits and talks to them! There is a screen so she can’t get out!

(Last update: Mar 18th, 2018 10am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Paxton
ID#: VA9083
Location:  Kentucky
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 02/21/13
Adopted: 03/17/13
Congrats: Diane
Foster: Jennifer

Foster Notes

PAXTON
Hi!

Please let me introduce myself! My name is Paxton, the purring machine, and I am looking for the purrfect home. I am easy to please, I like to fetch furry mice and I have great habits. Are you the purrson for me? Well, give me a click and let's find out!

Purrs and biscuits,

Paxton

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Notes from Home
Paxton is such a love and a real foodie! He is such a good boy. He pretty much owns the house now and plays with two of my cats Sugar Bear and Bagera all the time. He particularly likes the small white mouse toys and a plastic bouncing ping pong ball that makes him leap into the air.



Paxton's second year anniversary is here and he is doing wonderful and essentially is the alpha cat in the house! He is such a love. He continues to be a huge foodie! His favorite thing to open our cupboards in the kitchen and check things out. He still plays fetch with his little white mouse and loves our to wrestle with our other cats. We love him so much!





Paxton's third year anniversary is here and I can't believe it! He is doing wonderful and continues to be a huge foodie. His favorite playmate now is Sheena who used to chase him around when he first got here. They are best buddies now. He sleeps with us every night right in between us. He is our self appointed alarm clock in the morning. A funny thing he does first thing in the morning to wake us up is climb up by the headboard of the bed and make the picture hanging there move like it is going to fall on our heads. This is guaranteed to get us up. LOL He is such a love!!!


Paxton's fourth year anniversary has found him in wonderful health and a constant lap kitty. He is the first to the food dish in the morning! His favorite toy is a feather boa on a stick and he can jump really high when he wants to. He has figured out how to open every kitchen cabinet and is especially fond of the china cabinet. On more than one occasion, I have found him curled up inside the drink glass cabinet behind the glasses! Such a prankster he is! I have to hide the butter dish from him when cooking as it is like a beacon light for him to zone in on. All in all, he is the most wonderful little(not so little now) red head we have ever had!

Paxton's fifth anniversary finds him as wonderful as ever. He is a love and constantly on my lap when I am in my easy chair. We added another kitten to our family last year. Her name is Gracie and a friend at work found her out behind her condo in the woods and couldn't keep her so we rescued her. She is a gray young lady and very playful. Paxton and she just love each other and constantly are running around the house. Unfortunately, we lost our remaining labrador, Eddie this past year to cancer, so no dogs in the house for the cats to torment. All our other cats are fine and playful as ever.

(Last update: Mar 17th, 2018 2pm)

MOKA JAVA
Just arrived. More information soon.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Moka Java

(FKA Dharma)

ID#: VA9056
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 02/04/13
Adopted: 02/26/13
Congrats: Cindy
Foster: Donna



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Notes from Home
3-1-13 What a sweet, cheerful little cat. We've renamed her Moka. Everything is going well so far, very early on. She's relaxing, playing, snuggling, napping, and eating very well.
3-11-13 Dr. Cox met Moka today; he was smitten, said she's in A+ condition. He was VERY impressed by the records forwarded directly to him from SCRC. "By far, the most organized and professional rescue group I've seen." Meanwhile, slow integration continues well at home.
3-21-13 Moka follows me around the house, likes to get into whatever I'm doing. She has so many affectionate behaviors I have to believe that she had good humans who loved her, before she got lost. Moka and Moet have initially agreed to share the house, though they are 'careful' around each other. We'll see how that changes.
3-26-13 - After a month with us, Moka would say that she knows we really love her. Her cheerfulness and good manners are striking.
8/26/13 It turns out that Moet, at almost 19 years old, who suffered a new bout of intestinal lymphoma in April, frail with this illness (controlled by meds for now), wasn't interested in becoming buddies with another housemate, as she did so well before with sister Sasha, and meezers Nina, Thai, Jeremy and Carrie. So we use time-sharing: Moet gets to wander around the house at night while Moka stays in the bedroom, while Moka has the house during the day and Moet rests in her bedroom. Not ideal, but it works.
10/19/13 Moet died two weeks ago, just shy of her 19th birthday. We are all very sad, but she had been ill for a long time. Moka is now queen of the realm and she's become more relaxed and more affectionate. We have a Sealpoint Female Diva to rule us. May her reign be long and healthy.
3/10/14 One year anniversary! Our vet doc says Moka is in fine health and he's glad we're maintaining her at a good weight, just under 7 lbs.
3/13/15 Two year anniversary! Dr. Cox says Moka is in fine health, at the same good weight, but has tartar under the gum line and gingivitis. He suggested we start a daily teeth cleaning routine. Once she's gotten used to tooth brushing, she'll get a full dental, so that when the tartar's removed, we can keep it under control.
9/1/15 Moka had her dental in June, and I'm brushing her teeth every day! At a follow-up appointment last week, Dr. Cox found her gums to be in pretty good shape, and added a veterinary oral hygiene rinse (wiped on with a gauze square) to our daily routine. Moka has learned to like the whole experience, having decided that getting some treats is worth having her human fiddling around in her mouth for less than a minute.
3/23/16 Three year anniversary! Dr. Cox says Moka's gums are in excellent condition - a real payoff for the daily toothbrushing. Moka continues to relax and develop more attachment behaviors.
3/18/18 Five year anniversary! Moka has continued to relax and trust; new behaviors include getting under the covers with Meowm at bedtime to get her tummy rubbed. During the day, Moka likes her tummy stroked gently for as long as we are willing! Moka is increasingly interactive; she makes polite but clear, vocal requests for playtime. She is healthy, at a good weight. At last year's vet visit, Dr. Cox said her gums were beautiful. Her annual visit is scheduled for June.

(Last update: Mar 17th, 2018 12pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Pippi

(FKA Iris)

ID#: VA12484
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 01/13/18
Adopted: 02/11/18
Congrats: Peter
Foster: Jane


This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
PIPPI
I am a beautiful little purring bundle of energy.

Full of life and determined to enjoy every moment. Most of my day is taken up with running, jumping, playing and non stop exploring.

I started life living on the street, so need a nice warm home, a family to love and adore me and another young sibling to play with.

Then all my New Year wishes will come true!



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Notes from Home
Pippi is such a confident little thing and an absolute joy to have in our lives. We feel very lucky to be her parents. Pete immediately taught her to play fetch and it's her new favorite game! Well, it was until Darrin arrived, lol. Neither of them have much time for us now. They are playing with each other all day, every day. They only want to be with us when they get tired and are ready to nap. I'm a little sad because Pippi does not lay on my chest or knead anymore, but I'm sure that's because she is enjoying her new buddy. They both like to sleep on my lap and rub against my legs, and escort me to the bathroom, so I know they like me! Lol
(Last update: Mar 17th, 2018 10am)

CYAH MEEZER
OOPS!! Foster mom is not very smart. She thought I was a girl when I am a boy! But despite the change I am still a sweet lovable kitten who loves to play and have fun! So ask about me and I really need a play buddy to keep me out of trouble.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Cyah Meezer

(FKA Truck)

ID#: VA12472
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 01/01/18
Adopted: 02/17/18
Congrats: Melody
Foster: Nancy



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Notes from Home
Cyah Meezer is getting longer and taller. He has adjusted very well to his new home. All of his siblings interact very well with him and play very nicely too. He continues to sneeze . He has another appointment next Saturday with the vet for a vaccination. I am going there today to pick up his sneeze medication and will ask if there is anything else he can have. Our other two cats have been sneezing as well. Cyah is a fabulous kitten. I am very grateful for him. Thanks to all that help Siamese cats find permanent homes!
(Last update: Mar 17th, 2018 9am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Coco

(FKA Bootsie)

ID#: VA11341
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 02/13/16
Adopted: 03/12/16
Congrats: Laura
Foster: Kay


COCO
Just arrived. More information soon.

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Notes from Home
3/15/18
Coco is still a wonderful and loving kitty, and great friend to big brother Spike. She had her yearly checkup around January and everything looked great. She's still a little skittish when there are loud noises (thunder, children, etc) but doesn't take too long to come back out. We recently moved to a new house and she adapted very quickly to her new surroundings. Her and Spike still get along great, and we often find them cuddling together on the couch sleeping or grooming each other. She's a big lap cat now and loves getting belly rubs. Overall she continues to do very well and we're so happy to have her in our lives!

3/13/17
In just a year's time, Coco has become completely comfortable in her new home and seems to be very happy! She still loves cuddling and grooming Spike, and now he even does it back to her! They even play with each other and chase each other, which is not something Spike would do on his own (he's more of a lounger :) ). She now loves being picked up and held for a long time and is always on our laps when we're sitting on the couch. Health-wise, she just got her yearly physical and got her 3-year boosters. She has continued to have issues getting rid of the roundworms, but we have her on a 6-month regimen of Revolution now which we hope will take care of it once and for all. Overall, she seems to be doing very well and is a super happy/playful/cuddly kitty :)

9/13/16
Coco has gone from a scared little kitty who wouldn't come out from under the bed in her isolation room to a playful, loving, and happy cat! She's still a little skittish and hides when there are loud noises (thunder, fireworks, vacuum cleaners), but comes out quickly with little coaxing after it stops. She used the litter box very well from the beginning and continues to do so, though she has a bad habit of playing in and around them, scattering litter all around! Fortunately a broom solves that problem :) She's the most playful cat we've ever had but is more than able to entertain herself if we aren't around.

Health wise she had some issues a month or so after we took her in. She continued to butt-scoot for longer than we expected, and eventually we found out she still had roundworms despite being treated for them at Siamese Rescue. We went through 2 rounds of deworming and now it seems she's worm free. Otherwise her health is super and the vets love her! She's also getting better about having her nails cut, though she still doesn't love it; we give her treats afterwards so it gets a little better each time :)

Coco has gotten along very well with our older male Balinese (Spike) from the beginning. She almost loves him TOO much! She sometimes grooms him to the point where he growls at her to leave him alone, but if he's really had enough he'll let her know with a little swat and then he'll just leave. Most of the time now they groom each other. She also loves to do whatever he is doing; if he's eating, she would like to eat too. If he's drinking, she'll try to drink out of the same bowl. She's even started being more vocal with us and I think it's because he's an extremely vocal kitty and she doesn't want to be left out of the conversation :)

At first Coco didn't really like cuddling with us on the couch or being picked up, but even that has turned around in the last 6 months. She now comes up almost every time we're on the couch to lap sit or just sit near us on a blanket. She likes being picked up, but only for a short amount of time usually. She's a huge cuddle bug now, and we love it!

Overall we're so happy to have Coco in our lives and very grateful to Siamese Rescue for pairing us with her. She's a great companion for Spike and brings energy and joy to our home. Thank you all again for the great work you do helping animals and people!

(Last update: Mar 15th, 2018 3pm)

SIMBA
My brother Loki and I are tired. We are tired of moving from place to place. We are scared of new places and it always takes us a while to get our bearings. We are only one years old and we've had enough!
We want our next move to be our last. Do you have a stable home for us both? Have you had REAL Siamese cats before? We need an experienced Siamese mama or dad who understands the sensitivity of our breed and that we are timid at first and will have the patience it takes for us to call your home our home. Finally!

We are a pair. Simba and Loki. Brothers forever.

My special skill is rolling around and asking for belly rubs. I will climb up on your lap and 'thrash around' so I can get my belly rubbed.

No long transports, must be within our Transport area. Ok?

Please give us our chance, you will be rewarded with love and loyalty for life!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Simba
ID#: VA11951
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 02/19/17
Adopted: 03/12/17
Congrats: Michael
Foster: Mama Rosa

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
Both of the boys are happy and healthy. They are so loving and sleep with me every night! I am so haappy they they are with me! Simba is especially talkative and uses me for treats.
(Last update: Mar 15th, 2018 3pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Zephyr

(FKA Ben)

ID#: VA9394
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
Date In: 07/11/13
Adopted: 07/27/13
Congrats: Steven
Foster: Christine

Foster Notes

ZEPHYR
Lover boy extraordinaire with a non-stop purr motor! Loves to climb up your chest and snuggle under your chin! Belly rubs are a must! Better get in line because this boy is a real gem:)

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Notes from Home
I can not even begin to say how happy I am with my beautiful kitty Zephyr(Ben) or Siamese Cat Rescue! Thanks for bringing us together and thanks to all the great people who made this happen. What a great experience this has been for me and Zephyr too. He has integrated smoothly and effortlessly in to our home and he and Ari are fast friends. Most people ask if they were litter mates! Zephyr is indeed a lover boy, he is friendly,sweet,and very playful. He is still enjoying belly rubs( as am I, one rarely finds a cat who enjoys this). I named him after the west wind because when I first brought him home he was every where at once very fast for a kitten thought he might be part cheetah! Although he has calmed down he is still as fast as ever playing chase with Ari. I am so pleased to give this wonderful loving meezer a forever home. He and I (Sonja) bonded right away and Steve adores him. Although Ari lets him know shes the Queen of the house he seems to take this in stride and just love her up. Both kittens are growing up sleek and beautiful and FAST! I am uploading pictures for your viewing pleasure and will do so again when he is bigger.
Thanks especially to Dave and Christine for being so informative and personable you both are marvelous at what you do everyday!
Hello to all at Siamese rescue;
I am writing to give Zephyr's 6 mo update (sorry late). Zephyr has integrated into our home seamlessly. In fact he has quietly us wrapped around his paw. He is a fun loving affectionate boy who is extremely curious and adventurous.He is grown a great deal and is becoming a full grown meezer. He manages to allow our other cat Ari to be the queen without dominating him (quite a trick really). Zeph is an active healthy cat and very playful. I would like to mention that we pretty much solved the digging issue in the litter box by getting a covered litter pan. He still digs but less mess. I would say his most prevalent traits are a) his clown like silly behavior b) his curious adventure seeking c) very affectionate belly rub loving snuggle cat. OH and what a climber! I am so grateful we invested in a floor to ceiling cat tree on eBay or I would be in fear for the drapes hahaha. He has become very curious about the outdoors and I have sent for a cat walking jacket for him. I researched this and found an excellent solution for us to walk outside and get much needed exercise while being safe and supervised. Why should dog owners be the only ones to walk their pets! I believe Zephyr is an excellent candidate for this with his easy going adventurous nature. I am very excited about this and will update date you on his progress as we go. He is also an escape artist ie: no collars for this guy! he manages to get them off in less then a day now so the velcro closure on his new jacket seem promising and escape proof. I would like to thank you all again this is a wonderful organization and I am proud to be a part of it. please enjoy these photos
4/13/15- Hi, We are almost at the 2 year date anniversary with Zephyr. I wanted to let you all know how much we love having him as part of our family and that I personally consider it one of the best decisions of my life. Zeph continues to be a happy healthy cat. He is still a big love bug and a big mischief maker! We have to keep our toilet paper in a Zephyr proof container! According to our vet he just passed his 2 year birthday and we celebrated with a new cat cube and some cat nip. This year I am entering him in the calendar contest because he is SO handsome. wish us luck. Thank you again
3/14/2018 I Zephyr is doing amazing for the most part! We had a UTI issue this year we are in the process of addressing, with medication and a change in food he is responding well. This boy is a TALKER! as meezer lovers you know what I mean. Although I love him to bits and knew first hand what I was in for, I am sometimes concerned about what would happen with him if he had to be rehomed and I want you at the Siamese Rescue to know from me he is an avid "talker" and should (heaven forbid) the need arise please place him with someone who with be patient and understand that he is more then worth listening too! He is a smart loving cat who greets me at the door when I come home and we have a very strong bond. He is very active and I have taken to harness training him to get him proper amounts of exercise in a way that doesn't breach my contract and keeps him safe and healthy and happy. I got a harness online from a serval lover who makes harnesses that are hard to escape from. Zeph is a little houdini and no collar with stay on him long. Zeph and his sister are both indoor cats that get fresh air on harnesses and leashes. He is well trained and took to it like a dog. His sister is much more "cat" like and is more shy and stays close to us and the door. Zephyr will trot around the house sniffing and sometimes chews grass. This exercise seems not only appropriate but necessary for his well being, He stays in shape and is calmer and more playful with the right amount of "walking". When for instance weather or my busy life make it hard to get him exercise he can be restless,disruptive or even destructive( he shreds paper for 1 thing,fights with his sister for another). Over all he is gotten quite large. He is a fun loving happy go lucky cat most times and is a joy to have as part of our family. Thank you as always! Sonja

(Last update: Mar 14th, 2018 3pm)

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