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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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GINGER
Although I am a little more reserved than Sam, I still like to play and get pets. Scratching on posts and laying in the cat tree are two of my favorite things. I will follow you around, as long as Sam is there and like to sleep with you in the bed.

What's better than having one affectionate and playful Meezer, Having Two of course!!!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Ginger
ID#: VA11499
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 06/01/16
Adopted: 06/17/16
Congrats: Allison
Foster: Chelsea

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
Zenith (formerly known as Ginger) has become more comfortable in the past two weeks. When she first arrived, she was very timid, but now she approaches me for petting. I can tell she is pure sweetness, just a little shy. Of all the toys I have given her to play with, of course her favorite is a string I cut off from one of my blinds!. She loves to romp around with her brother, but is also becoming more independent. She gently chirps when you pick her up, and has started to enjoy being cradled like a baby. I am positive that her and her brother are real siblings, because they each have one white whisker above their eyes and on their left cheeks. Also, their mannerisms are exactly the same! It's delightful to observe. I can't wait to learn more about this sweet young lady as she settles in more.
(Last update: Jul 5th, 2016 5pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Zorro
ID#: VA11436
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 05/01/16
Adopted: 06/05/16
Congrats: David
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
ZORRO
Zorro here - calmly posing for my MOST WANTED poster, but in a FLASH I will return to the rafters to defend my lookout from the authorities who seek to oust me. Safe behind my dashing black mask, I can see you, but you can't see me...HA HAAAH! I will only come out at night, cunning and fox-like to take nourishment from the community trough. It is then that I will speak to the commoners and learn of their imprisonment here. Some have been here for thirteen years - poor souls. But I will have a better fate - my carrier awaits!! But for now, it's back to the rafters, where I will lie in wait, carefully watching my bumbling captor with her constant chorus of 'here kitty kitty'. Oh how I delight in humiliating her.

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Notes from Home
Zorro had a somewhat rough beginning. He was quite skittish when we got him in June 5, and things got worse when we took him to the vet two days later--he more or less lived under furniture in the room we released him in..

He seemed to be coming around by June 16, but then we left him for three weeks in an empty house. He had the run of several rooms on two floors, and people came in two to three times a day to take care of him. On our return on July 2, he was obviously distressed--I am guessing he viewed us as an intrusion--and urinated on a bed twice the first night. I had thought it would take a couple of weeks to bring him around. But now. July 5, he seems comfortable and playful and is beginning to be the nuisance any kitten should be--toilet paper is unrolled, items are knocked to the floor, and the like. He keeps to his room more than I like, but we are allowed to pet and play with him there and he purrs a lot when we pet him

Mornings and evenings, he makes a point of coming to where we are and letting us pet him as he walks by, purring andrubbing against our legs.But he lies down well out of reach, and makes no effort to sit in our laps. He still doesn't like to be picked up or held, but I have been making a point of lifting him up in his room and lifting him on a high place he likes to be. He struggled the first time and made to jump down when he got there, but I blocked him and, after thinking about it, he came around and rubbed his forehead against mine, purred, and stayed put. Now is getting used to being picked up and placed there, and no longer struggles or tries to jump off when he gets there. I'll start carrying him to other places he will like in a few days, and see if that doesn't further accustom him to be being carried. We'll have to start working on his tendency to bite toes and overuse his claws, but we hope to get another cat to teach him how not to hurt people you want to play with. For the moment, I try to wear shoes whenever I am around him

(Last update: Jul 5th, 2016 1pm)

MIA
Hi,
I am feeling so much better already! No fleas, my ears are clean, and the food is served in a timely manner. I hear things are only going to get better for me now. I'm with my brother Mikkel and we are great buddies at the moment. We play and snuggle together.

New pictures coming soon! I might be an all American type meezer (okay I'm a bit mixey) but I am gorgeous, smart, and don't forget I am a sassy one too.

Thanks,

Kaia
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Mia

(FKA Mikaia)

ID#: VA5709
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 06/08/08
Adopted: 06/29/08
Congrats: Patricia F
Foster: Teresa



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Notes from Home
7/16 - Mia has discovered iPhones and iPads. She loves technology. We call her "techno-Cat". Don't try and read your iPhone in front of Mia, she'll get in your face thinking it's her phone. Wish we could teach her to dial 911. Mommie installed 8 cat games for cats on her iPad and Mia likes to play with them all. Every night when mommie sits down Mia waits for her to turn on "Mia's iPad" so she can play with her app games. Mia gets excited, but she keeps her claws in when she grabs behind the iPad to catch the mouse that runs around. Tried to add picture of Mia at iPad but could not upload it.
(Last update: Jul 5th, 2016 11am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Miki

(FKA Mikkel)

ID#: VA5708
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 06/08/08
Adopted: 06/29/08
Congrats: Patricia F
Foster: Teresa

Foster Notes

MIKI
Oh I'm a sweetie pie. I love to play but I don't mind being held one bit. I am recovering from my shelter experience and love playing with my sister Kaia. I'm about a 1/2 lb bigger than her but she is a sassy girl so she keeps up with me.

I'll be getting more pictures this weekend. My vet visit is 6/19 but foster mom thinks I appear to be in good shape.

Thanks,

Mikkel
Notes from Home
7/16 - Hard to believe Miki is 8 years old. He is a good boy. He loves being outside on his screened in porch. Right now he can only be out there when his mommie or daddy are with him. Soon, Miki will have an all season porch that will allow him to go out by him self without his family worrying about him going through the screen or pushing the doors open as he has been known to do! Miki will still be able to look at the birds and the leaves flying in the wind.
(Last update: Jul 5th, 2016 10am)

MISS SYLVIA
Drop dead gorgeous mature girl looking for conversation and affection

Need to hear a purr? Get cat, have purr! Will travel.

Want a song? Will sing.

Want a companion who is very well behaved and politely talkative? Ask about me.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Miss Sylvia
ID#: VA8383
Location:  Delaware
Sex: female
Current Age: 15 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 02/25/12
Adopted: 07/03/12
Congrats: Gay
Foster: Diane

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

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Notes from Home
Miss Sylvia visited the vet last Thursday and was told she is in great health. No return of teeth problems! She weighed in at 9 1bs., 7 oz.
Miss Sylvia spends her day under the bed. She comes out more in the evening when I watch TV. "We" are working on a 1,000 piece puzzle together. She answers when I call her. She loves having her ears rubbed so I gave her a special one from the group.
I am allowed to brush her for a few minutes, two or less, and must I stop or else she bites. So respecting her tolerance, I stop.
Miss Sylvia is a delightful lady and a joy to have.

8/5/2012
I have kept her name, Miss Sylvia, since she has had it for a very long time. She is not a cuddler which is fine with me. I enjoy her company and her conversations. She is doing very well. It seems like I have had her longer than just a month.

7/18/13
Miss Sylvia visited her doctor with much yowling and ado. She is fine healthwise all around. Due to her age, advanced blood tests were done to get a baseline. She did well in all areas- her body organs are functioning within normal range.
Miss Sylvia continues to entertain me with her distinct likes and dislikes. She is a wonderful companion!

7/17/2015
Miss Sylvia had her yearly checkup yesterday. She has lost a few ounces which is good. She was a little chunky last year. Everything is within the normal range. She has a new diet food Renal P which she has taken to immediately.
Miss Sylvia has started using her cat condo unit to watch all the comings and going of our neighbors. We are in an apartment complex so there is a lot to see. She ignored the unit until this year. Slow to try new things, but she is willing to explore her options on her time table.
Miss Sylvia is a wonderful companion for me. So until next year, she is happy, content and talkative.

7/4/16
Miss Sylvia has been to the vet for her yearly checkup. She shown improvements in some area of her metabolism. She has become a little more affectionate with me. She now kisses my eye when I am on the couch. She watches TV with also. I guess this year has been very good year for us!!

(Last update: Jul 4th, 2016 8pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   SHANDY
ID#: VA4863
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
Date In: 04/13/07
Adopted: 06/16/07
Congrats: Cheryl
Foster: Cheryl


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
SHANDY
Okay, so here we go! It's time for me to find a furever home. I'm almost over my kitty cold and am still packing on the pounds (alright, so maybe it's only ounces) so that I can get big and strong enough for my surgery then I can go home. My name is Old English for rambunctious ... no worries there my Foster Meowm named me appropriately. I'm quite the exuberant, playful, leg climbing, little lady. I'm also very vocal and I love to snuggle too but not for long as there is much too much for a kitten to do to spend time snuggling you know. So let's see who's first in line ...
Mews,
Shandy

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Notes from Home
I hope my previous email has reached you regarding Shandy. She is a big, healthy cat, who loves her child, Bella. Bella is my Blue pt. that we purchased shortly after adopting Shandy. Shandy has adopted her. The only problem is fleas, after 5 years this is a first. For two cats that do not leavethe house, it baffled me.
Cheryl
Shandy is quite well as you will se when I submit her picture. She and her "sister" Bella, another siamese, are happy together. Shandy like to mother Bella. There is a stray black cat that I have been feeding and would like to bring in. I beleive someone left her. I also beleive she was an indoor cat and has been spayed. I feel that Shandy will accept her, since when they see each other in the glass thru the storm door, there is no hissing.
What to do? Also anq recommendation on how to keep them off the kitchen table.
Thank you

(Last update: Jul 4th, 2016 7pm)

ISADORA
I is adora.... ble!

I'm the best lap sitter here, and guarantee I can outsit you any day. I'm purrfect in all my habits and neat as a pin, tight coat and smaller cat, front declawed, and very well adjusted. And I'm sure I'd adora you!

PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Isadora
ID#: VA10094
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 06/21/14
Adopted: 07/04/14
Congrats: Bernadette Lea
Foster: Siri


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
Hello and Happy New Year! It is indeed Isadora's and my 6 month anniversary! My intentions to update you and upload some photos of Izzie before now have been overtaken by much activity in our work and family concerns. These events in no way have altered my dedication to Isadora and her care. In fact it has brought her needs to the forefront and made our bond even stronger. She recently had a health concern which took us through some changes from emergency to her regular vet and finally the greatest blessing is to have found a new and most capable veternary hospital and a new veternarian. They call Isadora a queen! My sweet, beautiful feline companion is loved by all who meet her. Even those who claim no cat enthusiasm! Izzie is and will remain my purrfect feline companion! She is now resting on her cat tree watching cat TV through the livingroom bay window as she is accustomed to doing each morning after breakfast. We have had our 20 minute playime with feathers, strings, and mousies just prior to breakfast. She still finds new places to hide and rest and occupy in the house. Izzie uses her paw everyday to be in touch with us and everyone and ask for strokes and attention! Izzie is truly a delightful girl and she's my girl! I love her dearly, she is family! Izzie rocks with love!


Hi there all affiliated with the Va. Siamese Rescue! Siri & Karen, It is July 4, 2015 and one joyfilled year since Charles and I took that early morning drive to Locust Dale Va. to meet and bring home our pretty Isadora! It has been an amazing year and also a difficult year as my husband was diagnosed with cancer New Years Day and I was diagnosed in late January with severe osteoarthritis in my hips and will recieve a hip replacement on August 20th. Enough about the humans. Izzie has been loving and a sweet, sweet joy. She makes us laugh, she askes for love and strokes with her paw, head bumps, and little meows. Sometime she meows with no sound just an open mouth! How sweet is that? We call her Isadora as well as Izzie and other various and affectionate feline nicknames such as pretty girl, sweet girl or sweetie one! She continues to makes friends of everyone who comes to our home, but most of all Charles is her boyfriend! She seeks him out numerous times daily for his lap and love, lots of love. She makes him chuckle and laugh which warms my heart! She curls up for naps with him and he naps at least once a day.This is good medicine for Charles!!! Izzie is excellent medicine for Charles!!! She doesn't much sit on my lap, but will sleep on my legs in bed at night or if I catch the occasional afternoon nap. She likes to sleep under the covers too. There is no real predictable schedule of activities with her save eating and sleeping. She chooses when and where these events occur for her. She requires breakfast, dinner, treats and play with me. Karen, you were so right about Isadora being a perfect fit! She is a blessing for us! Sweet, have I said that yet?, gentle, independent, fun, funny, beautiful, loves peacock feathers! a lady, a princess, THE QUEEN! We love her dearly and I am pretty sure she knows it. She knows that this is her forever home. We have all vetted each other and shared many experiences together. Isadora, Charles and Bernadette! We are family!

(Last update: Jul 4th, 2016 2pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Zipporah

(FKA Zelna)

ID#: VA10612
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 02/06/15
Adopted: 05/03/15
Congrats: Susan
Foster: Debra


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
ZIPPORAH
I know you are looking at my mouth wondering what happened. I got sick with a cold and fur just doesn't stand up to a runny nose. It will grow back and I promise I will be stunning again. I like to decide what I do - I am a DIVA!. I am a very sensitive girl so a quiet home would best for me. A very savvy Siamese person who understands how to deal with the Meezer personality is needed. I want someone to worship and love me.

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Notes from Home
Every week I see Zippy make leaps and bounds in her progress. Yesterday, she jumped up on the bed as she usually does. I was reading in bed and my husband was sleeping. She sat on my husband's pillow and started grooming his hair by licking it. I'll have to send a photo. So cute! And she did a great job styling it. She's done that with me before, but this was the first time with him. And this morning we saw her and Jake, our male cat, sniffing noses! I thought the hissing would never stop, but it did a month or two ago. We had one short "boxing" match a week or two ago, but they quickly stopped. And now they are sniffing noses! I think it was Zippy who reached out to sniff Jake's nose. She is so sweet!
(Last update: Jul 4th, 2016 9am)

YUKI
I would love to go home to a place with other cat friendly cats and a place with easy going cat people, ,who aren't going to mind if I sit by the sidelines. I remain very frightened of people although never show any aggression. I'm a bit of the ghost cat but good in all my habits and other than a no grain diet, dry food, I'm a very easy keeper. Adoption scholarship rounds out the picture, so if you could offer a place for me to be, and blossom, little by little, I'd love to flower for you.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Yuki
ID#: VA6644
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 10/02/09
Adopted: 03/30/13
Congrats: Carol
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
Yuki is adjusting well so far. She should come out of iso this week. Frodo and Itsy can see her through the patio door I put on my foster room. Itsy likes to hiss at new-comers but she's all bark and no bite so-to-speak. Frodo tends to walk by with great suspect but is a whole-hearted coward who accepts new-comers as 'Oh, I guess I have to put up with this girl-can't we all just get along?' He's almost twice as big as everyone else but runs with his tail between his legs.
I've been able to pet Yuki at will and she gives purrs, butt-lifts, pretend leg rubs and likes to scratch her kitty condo rope posts while you're scritching her butt. Got her to play with knitted ball a bit but she doesn't seem too interested in play.
She's eating really well. Likes Wellness chicken canned a lot. I'm glad she's eating canned food as she doesn't seem to drink too much. Good peeing and pooping habits.
4/9/13
Yuki went to the vet today. Her chin has been very scabby and itchy so she got another injection and antibiotics. She behaved very well. Didn't have to scruff her the whole time. No biting.
She's getting tired of being in the iso room I think so I might let her out this evening. Again, Frodo and Itsy have seen her through her doorway so they know someone new is here. No hissing the last few days. Pookie doesn't come upstairs to the bedroom floor so she hasn't seen Yuki yet. But Pookie likes everybody, if anything Yuki will be taken aback by Pookie trying to rub up against her. Not everyone likes that.
So we'll see how it goes.
4/13/2013
Yuki is doing well. Yesterday she spent all day with my other 3 cats. Itsy is continuing to be her b-i-itch self but she has enough hot air to fill up a balloon so Yuki just looks at her like 'What IS your problem?'
Yuki has found all the most important spots i.e., the food bowls, the downstairs litter boxes, and the water fountain.
I can get up to her for pets if I get down on my hands and knees. But as is her nature she is skittish. My main interest is that she is accepted by my other cats so we continue to work at that. No one here is aggressive toward her, they're are just trying to figure out who she is.
She is having some issue with her hip maybe. She is gimpy from time to time. I do have a high captain's bed in her iso room but she doesn't seem to have trouble getting up and down from it. I thought at first that as she was laying in the same spot for extended periods of time that maybe her leg might have fallen asleep. It seems to be intermittent like that. I will consult the vet this week to see if he'd like to examine her again or what his thoughts might be.
4/14/2013
Well, Miss Yuki let Larry pet her this evening while he was sitting in his Lazy boy. She was rubbing on the end table and then going back to him to be skritched some more. I'm really seeing her as being rather dominant as I've been keeping an eye on her this weekend. Pookie is petrified of her. Itsy is wearing her hissing mechanism out. Frodo just runs in the opposite direction when he sees her coming. Yuki seems to be owning everything. Her diminutive stature and tendency to be skittish is deceiving. She is certainly comfortable in her own skin, that's for sure.

5/28/13
Little Miss Yuki is doing great here. My two other girls are hissing less and very little growling going on any more. Yuki likes to come up and sleep in our bedroom from time to time. She was sleeping in a laundry basket last night that had sheets in it which haven't made it to the washing machine yet. I think she might even get on the bed if it wasn't for Itsy. Itsy owns the bed space at night. Yuki will sleep on the bed during the day if given the chance.
She continues her ritual in the evening of getting petted by my husband while he's sitting in his Laz-y-Boy. She'll come over to me as well for a petting session but it's harder for me to reach her while sitting on the sofa. Haven't seen her hip go out on her lately. First noticed that when Larry pets her from the chair, she swings her butt around real fast and if her hip pops on her she just flops over on the floor for a bit then gets up and walks away. Larry said he can feel her hip popping when he pets her.
Her skin allergy is pretty well in check. I have gone back to pilling her with Pred which hasn't been a problem. I just use a piller and do it during the day when she's in the cat tree or Millie bed. No big deal.
As per usual you can't walk up to her if she's just on the floor but if she's in the cat tree or Millie she just stays put. I can catch her any time I need to. Haven't been bitten once.
I still think my other girls think she's an alien from another cat planet but they are tolerating her much better these days.
8/18/13
Yuki is doing well these days. We have been working on a better solution for her allergy issue. The Pred just wasn't helping so I went back to the shots but they were only lasting maybe three weeks at most. So we put her on Z/D gave another dep shot and looking forward to see how the diet change helps. Next step is a blood test to see if we can work up an allergy shot for her focused on honing in on what is actually causing the problem. We're going the lower cost route that my vet offers. Otherwise he would send me down the road to an expert allergist for cats. That is out of my price point unfortunately.
Her face looks good right now. The nastiness actually goes up into her ears. It's just awful.
I'll make notes to here as we see what works best.
As long as she has food; and she loves the Z/D, she's a happy camper. She demands a petting session every night so I know she a happy girl. She gets pissed off at me when I have to grab her for a close-up look but that's just tough. So yes, she's still hissy. But, no blood, no foul!
She likes to make biscuits on her Millie bed. She has taken to sitting up on the back of the sofa lately. She'll let us walk up and pet her. She LOVES to be petted while she's eating her breakfast.
2/24/14
Thought it was about time I did an update on Yuki. As far as her allergies go, we're almost at the mid-point with her Allercept drops. I give her two drops under the tongue twice a day. She's so funny! She runs downstairs and jumps up on the cat tree for me so I can get to her easily to administer the drops. Then she hisses at me, typical Yuki! She gets peed off when we go to the vet for a shot in between. She's still getting the steroid shot every 4 to 6 weeks depending on how itchy and scabby she gets. I keep a close eye on it. Hopefully the need for the shots will be less and less as time goes on. That's the objective anyway.
She continues to be like she's always been; loves to be petted at breakfast and in the evening when we're sitting in our chairs. Every once in a while she pops Pookie's bubble and a little smack/hiss ensues. Sometimes she goes after Frodo and whacks his butt. He's a BIG sissy! But he's Yuki's boyfriend. They tolerate each other the best.
She comes upstairs once in a while. I think she might sleep in our room occasionally but bugs out as soon as someone moves. She has been on our bed a time or two. mostly she stays downstairs or in the basement clubroom.
9/7/14
A quick note on Yuki; Wow, does this Allercept allergy drops seem to be working. At present Yuki's face is, dare I say it, nearly completely clear. She has no scabby areas under her chin and no gunky ears. Her face looks incredibly good.
She's been on the drops for a year. Now she is on 'maintenance drops'.
She continues to love being scratched and petted when Larry and I are sitting in our chairs. We can often walk up to her as well if she sitting in certain spots. For instance, she'll let me pet her at feeding time in the morning. In the evening she doesn't always come in the kitchen right when I put food down.
She loves to play with the old horse whip toy. And she loves most of the cat nip toys.
I'm so thrilled with the way her face looks. It's a bit tough on the wallet but maybe we won't have to do it forever. We'll see.
I think she is a happy camper and enjoys living with us.
5/25/15
Here's a little update on Yuki.
She doing well. Allergies are obnoxious things but we're dealing with it. She has good weeks and not so good weeks. The time of the year seems to affect her skin as well. Last November she just started itching like crazy. I have the same problem from Nov. thru Feb/March. Dry skin that you feel like scratching until you're bloody. Ugh!
Yuki did some hair pulling but never enough that she had bald spots. I'm glad of that. The Depo shots are still the thing that gives her the most relief.
Other than twice a day when I give her the allergy drops she tends to be very social with us. She loves to scritched and rubbed. Just don't EVEN look like you're going to grab me though. She hisses at me when we do the drops. No big deal. If any of the other cats pops her bubble space she'l go Mike Tyson all over them. During the day she goes downstairs with the others when Jethro comes out. But later on she'll come up and dig at the screen door. So I let her up. The first time we did this she put Jethro right in his place! POW! So I don't worry about him throttling her at all. She takes care of herself.
7/02/16
Yuki continues to be her strange little self. She gets her way ALL the time. We had a bit of a scare for the past month and a half or so. She had a bit of a cold and her left eye was bothering her. That eye has always been the one that gets goopy on and off. So we tried some Famciclovir, didn't finish 'cause it didn't help. Kept getting worse. An ulcer developed and was dendritic. Just nasty. I can understand how a cat would lose an eye with this type of ulcer. It just wasn't healing correctly so Dr. Griffiths did a minor scraping surgery to encourage it to heal faster. It was still looking bad, the eye ointment was irritating it so we had to go back to triple antibiotic. That didn't cause a reaction. But it was healing very slowly. Dr. G. wanted me to take her to Dr. Smith in Gaitherburg but I delayed for a week. In that time she needed another Depo shot so I took her in and low and behold the scarring had finally healed and the "scab", so-to-speak had fallen away. I had suspected it was looking much better the day before. But Dr. G can get that "close up" look with his scope. He was ecstatic to say the very least. He didn't want her lose the eye and nor did I.
So Yuki is back to her kooky self. She hisses at me everyday. That's the thanks I get for all I do for her! We are buddies. She just gets tired of her allergy drops twice a day. I also give her Atopica which seems to help with the itching. In general, she feels good. She loves her evening petting/scritching sessions. She likes to play. And really enjoys a good Yeeoowwy cigar or banana.

(Last update: Jul 2nd, 2016 9pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Thai

(FKA Denver)

ID#: VA6364
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 06/05/09
Adopted: 07/01/09
Congrats: steven
Foster: Vangie


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
THAI
Im Back..

Denver is my name, but not related to John. Do you want a high, ask about me? I am full of curiosity and like to get around whether it is the high road or on the floor. I am an energetic boy but wont give you a Rocky Mountain High I will just keep you busy keeping me busy.

Waiting to hear from you.

Purrs,

Denver

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Notes from Home
I feel like I tried in the past to post an update, but was unable to access, and gave up. Here I am, and here's Thai's(originally 'Denver') 7 year, well-overdue update. I feel badly that I haven't updated, and thanked all of you for your great work, especially with Thai being a difficult placement!! He was definitely a handful at first, and very temperamental, as described by the previous adopters, even trying to corner me on hind legs, claws splayed. Nothing my sneakers couldn't handle. As a seasoned, strong-personalitied, 20+ year owner of 2 rambunctious Siamese, I think I was a perfect fit to tame this wild, but very loving Alpha! As a friend always says "he's working on becoming a good boy". He can still be stubborn at times, and occasionally likes to aggresively attack moving feet (nothing a stern "be nice' can't handle), and can be a bit half-heartedly bitey (never broken skin), but after a lot of trust building, knowing his personality so well, and clicker training, he's fairly well-trained, responding well to come, sit, wait, give me love( up on hind legs and head butts hand), and No commands. He's very healthy as of last blood work, etc. a few months ago, and doing very well, in general. Most important, he's a happy, well-cared for kitty, who loves to be around people, sleeps with me every night, and found his perfect match. Thanks again, Steve
(Last update: Jul 2nd, 2016 6pm)

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