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LOVE to talk
LOVE to play
LOVE catnip
LOVE people
LOVE the little ones
LOVE the big ones
LOVE laps
LOVE my brother
Name:   Tony
ID#: VA7234
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 15 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Domesticshorthair
DateIn: 08/21/10
Adopted: 02/27/11
Deceased: 02/27/19
Congrats: Carolyn
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
Winks and I are brothers and adopted together. Mom put all of her compliments about us on Winks' page. Of course, she adores us equally! She also put our photos all on Winks page, but I convinced her to put some on my page too.
(Last update: Mar 2nd, 2018 4pm)

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Name:   Kiki (Kilala)
ID#: VA11920
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: male
Current Age: 19 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
Date In: 01/22/17
Adopted: 02/18/17
Congrats: Erin
Foster: Melanie (Nashville)

I've been lucky enough to have been loved by a hero since I was 6 weeks old - my Mom went in to the military to protect our country, and now I'm looking for another hero to share the next decade of my life with. I'm playful, loving, healthy and friendly. I get along with other cats (no bullies, please) and am an all around great guy. Might you be the one for me?

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Notes from Home
Hello to all who loved me and cared for me, I'm home with my new mom or meowmy! We are so happy together! She pets me, scratches behind my ears, and snuggles with me all the time. I'm not even bothered the least bit by her human kids ( as long as they understand I'm most important ). She even talks to me and plays with me. We just want to say thank you! And we'll talk again soon! She even told me that I'm going to have a baby sister from the rescue coming soon! Don't you worry! I'm training my mom well and IL make sure my new sister is treated like the princess she is, after all you have to be a princess when your bro is a prince!
Well hello again to all!!! Kiki is still the most loving and amazing cat and we are doing fabulous! Although it's been a year already, it seems just yesterday I brought home my little prince and I must say he's definitely the king of this casle now! He reigns on high with his queen Pinky. Both are happy and healthy and I couldn't have gotten a more amazing pair of felines! Love and purrs!!

(Last update: Mar 1st, 2018 11pm)

If you're looking for a nice older kitty who is still very outgoing (and very friendly), I am your girl! I am a very sweet cat who loves to get attention and lay in my comfy beds. I am absolutely a love bug to the humans, I adore attention and seek out people regularly to make sure they know I am ready for pets. I also like to spend a lot of time in my beds or in the humans beds taking a nice nap. Sleeping in the window is another favorite pastime of mine.

I am not a huge fan of the other cats here, but they are alright as long as they don't get too close to me or my favorite beds, and I lived with a dog before so I am not too worried about the dog here as long as he stays calm around me. I would not want to spend time with any playful cats or cats who wouldn't leave me alone, I want to have my own space and I don't like to play with the other kitties, just with my teaser toys. I really just want to have lots of time with the humans!

I am a very petite and sweet older lady who would love to have a nice retirement home where I can follow my people around all day. When the humans aren't around, I love to lay in the window and watch the birds. I love to come out and greet my foster mom with some meows and headbutts when she comes into my room, and if I am really lucky she will play with me with my teaser toys (they're my favorite!). If you are looking for a needy and sweet addition to a calm house with people to give me lots of attention, I hope you will ask about me!
Name:   Zoey Choo
ID#: VA12149
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 17 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 07/09/17
Adopted: 09/01/17
Congrats: Jennifer
Foster: Brit

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Zoey has been home a little over two weeks and she is one special little girl. She is affectionate to everyone and routinely rides around on my shoulders during the day. She is a very neat eater and has used the litter box well. She is very talkative and expresses when she wants food or to go outside on the sun porch. She rejected everything from her old life including her bed and toys. She has come a long away after her first couple of days.

Zoey has been diagnosed with an intestinal parasite and a blocked tear duct. She is being treated for both.

Zoey is part of the family. As I write this, she is sitting on my shoulder purring. She is a wonderful little lady and we couldn't be happier with her!

(Last update: Mar 1st, 2018 2pm)

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Name: Andromeda

(FKA Lemongrass)

ID#: VA8312
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
Date In: 01/15/12
Adopted: 02/26/12
Congrats: Mark
Foster: Teresa

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

I've been here for a couple ofweeks now and I am out and about in the house. I tolerate the houseful of females but they are rather old...and sort of boring. The dogs...I'm quite curious about those two! I'm an active (accomplished high jumper), playful, and foster mom calls me Sassypants.

I do weave in and out of her feet and follow her while chatting away. I just want to be sure she gets the instructions correct...thats all! I don't care to be picked up--but love to interact with you!

I am definitely a tree dwelling type of girl....want to see things from above. I'd probably enjoy a playful brother. If not, you can play with me with that toy on a pole...I can jump several feet and land on all 4!

Traveling...I tolerated the 8 hour transport to my foster mom in North Florida really well so FL, GA, SC works purrfectly.



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Notes from Home
03/19/2012: Andy allowed Sheila to pick her up and hold her for a few minutes.

Sunday March 4, 2012 - Andy has been adjusting slowly, she will rub against my legs & allow me to pet her with my foot, but still can't touch her with hands. She just LOVES playing with the feather cat toy and jumps at least 2 feet off the ground when chasing it.

We allowed her out 2 days ago and she has been exploring the house and other 4 cats. Yesterday she had a hissy/growly standoff with Mai-Thai - the lilac point. Mai-Thai so intimidated Andy that she hasn't come out of the room today yet.

So, progress and setback. In other words pretty normal for cats getting to know each other.


March 17th - Andy continues to make strides forward. She has been out & about and now comes into the main house multiple times a day. Her 'sanctuary' room is still top of her comfort zone however. She has stopped batting at our hands, but still is leery of a pick-up - although we have all held her briefly since we got her. When Teresa said she was a climber she wasn't kidding! The other day we went looking for her and finally a small meow drew our eye to the top of the kitchen cabinets. SURPRISE! She then jumped from the cabinets to a plant shelf across the aisle and was just so proud of herself. Pictures of her are enclosed.

March 26th - 1 month anniversary. Andy is on the floor rubbing against my leg as I type this. She is doing beautifully as are 2 of the other cats. The last 2 still get big tails and hiss when they see her but no overt aggression. We put Andy's collar on her last week - it has her chip info and and identification tag with name and numbers - all our cats wear one. Andy acted as if it were no big deal, so we expect she had worn one before.

Her latest 'toy' is the DVD drawer as it moves in and out! It is a hoot watching her stalk it and then jump back when it comes out. And so we just move it in & out, in & out again for her.

Andy is now using the regular litter pans so we have done away with her small one. As a matter of fact she rarely goes into the safe room anymore. She prefers to sit on a chair in the breakfast room from which she can survey her dominion (and watch for the other cats). And she still 'vultures' us from the top of the cabinets.

In short she is adjusting marvelously to us as are the other cats to her.

April 12th 2012 - Andy is now a full-fledged member of the family. She is first at the food bowls, and first for midnight treats. And the other cats don't seem to mind! She is also an educator. She has taught Mai-Thai how to climb up to the plant shelf. Well, maybe it is because Mai-Thai is chasing her, but the result is the same. Andy still isn't a lap kitty, much to my disappointment. She allows herself to be held, but leaves at the first opportunity. BUT - she comes to me when I call her name, and she rubs against my legs and sleeps near me in the family room and dining room. She sits with me on the bed when I am dressing. In short, she has bonded with me and we are now one. Ah JOY!

April 24th 2012 - Andy continues to integrate. She is now playing (briefly) with Nikko & Mai-Thai. Run, chase me, hide, and minimal hissy/growly now. Ashes couldn't care less, she growls at them all and just lays there as if to say " I see you and you'd better see me". Koko on the other hand is still being a pill. Came home and there was a furball in her mouth (NOT her own) so we know she & Andy are still working out their issues. It is so hard not to side with one or the other, but in the long run they each have to work it out. Sigh . . .

Still working on making Andy a lap cat. Working being the operative word there.

2 May 2012 - tonight Andy jumped into my lap - one second she was nowhere to be seen, and the next she is in my lap.Whereupon she laid down, purring. I WAS THRILLED! ! ! ! ! She soon jumped off as a noise startled her, but she came right back up, and in fact did it a third time. And tonight she & Nikko were play-chasing around the house.

May 14th 2012 - today was Andy's introduction to her 'rolling' furrever home. We left for Maine this AM and although we had had Andy in a vehicle before, none of us were sure how she would react to an RV. Not to mention Koko and her in VERY close proximity. And with no above-cabinet places to hide.

She was a real TROOPER! ! ! ! Not a peep, no nervous running back & forth, just curious sniffing, and a meow (quiet) when we stroked her. She would disappear for a time - we think she got on the bed - but was back soon asking for more scratching. And the other kitties respected her space as she did theirs. Whew! That is a real load off our mind. Miles of smiles ahead!

6-6-2012 - Andy continues to adapt to her 'rolling' home. Now that we are parked for the summer she has discovered American Goldfinches darting back & forth in from of HER window. She has adopted a space on the desk as her own so we have provided a fleece blanket for her there. She can lie on it and see out the window and keep up on all the happenings with the gulls & crows.

I did have to make one small modification to the window screens after we discovered Andy had learned how to slide them opened, and was half-way out onto the awning arm (8 feet off the ground)! So all screens are screwed shut. Let's see you figure that one out!

All of the kitties are getting along splendidly except for Koko who continues to be contrary. But even those episodes are getting fewer & farther between.

Andy has begun leaping into my lap for scratchies! ! ! ! ! ! Yippeeeeeee. Patience, patience.

8-1-2012 - Can't believe it has been so long since my last update. Andy now sleeps on the bed at (on) my feet each night, and naps with me during the day. She jumps onto my lap for loving frequently but still can;t be considered a 'cuddle' kitty - yet. Andy & Koko still have their moments but calming collars seem to have made a big difference. All the other cats have accepted her unconditionally.

I mounted a hummingbird feeder onto the side window of the RV and Andy considers the birds her cat TV. She chatters at them and puts her nose nearly on the window - and the birds couldn't care less. I am trying to get a picture of them but so far I haven;t gotten a good one because of light problems etc. Will keep trying.

9-12-2012 Six month update, and all is going swimmingly. Andy has adapted well, albeit she is still very skittish. Her battles with Koko have calmed down, and although they are definitely not BFF's, they are coexisting. Andy sleeps hard up against me most nights, and at nap time. In fact. she is my shadow most days, where I go, she isn't far behind.

We are still on the road and will be until around November 1, but are looking forward to returning to the Meezer Express Network. MEEZERS are the best!

9-26-2012 Andy & Beakie are now playing together, as are she & Squeeky. Hide under the chair and bat bat bat seems to be the favorite sport, although the 'nightly race-through-the-house' reindeer games are a close second. Andy now comes on my lap whenever I am seated and loves neck scratches.

10-16-2012 - On our way home and Andy rides in my lap most of the day as I am driving.

02-26-2013 - Today is Andy's 1st anniversary of coming to her furrever home. And what a year it has been. She came to us a frightened, VERY nervous kitty. She still is twitchy, but she has settled in quite well. Koko still is her nemesis and I don't expect that will ever change. They just do not get along. Fortunately Andy is much more agile than Koko, so the tops of the kitchen cabinets remains her sanctuary when needed. Squeeky and Beakie play with her with Beakie still getting big tail some times. And Ashes leaves everyone alone - go away kid don't bother me.

As I write this, Andy is on the TV table next to me busily watching what I am doing. She follows me like a little shadow, and naps with me on the bed or nearby on the kitty condo if Squeekie has arrived first. Andy is a real chow hound (cat?) and manages to muscle her way to the food bowls with the best of them. Curiously, there seems to be a truce at the food bowls, each allows the others to eat with no noises. And when it it nightly treats time, you can hear her coming from wherever she is! Me first Me first Mommy!

We have not yet been able to trim her back claws. She just doesn't like to be confined at all (largest understatement of the decade - she makes the Tasmanian Devil appear comatose by comparison). However this doesn't seems to be a problem with us or furniture. Well, I have had a few 'tracks' from holding her when she wanted down NOW.

Andy fell in the pool the other day for the first time. She was coming around the corner of the orchids and did not see Squeeky. SURPRISE - and up and back she jumped right into the water. She swims really well, and had no problem pulling herself out of the water. But allowing us to dry her off was another matter. No way were we going to get near her, and so she air dried in her own time on the towel we put on the kitty condo's top perch. I think there was probably some embarrassment involved as well as being surprised!

We are blessed to have this beautiful lady come live with us. She wakes me in the morning and meows me to sleep at night. She is a joy.

06-05-2013 - Andy's chief nemesis, Koko went to the Rainbow Bridge in mid April. The change since her departure has been dramatic. Andy now rarely goes up on the cabinets tops (she can't in the RV) and she has stopped her hissy growly at Beaky. As a matter of fact they have been playing chase me through the motor coach for the last couple of days. Andy continues to jump on my lap at night. She prefers that I don't pet or scratch her rather she is content to just lie on my lap and purr.

This afternoon we had a real breakthrough when both Beaky & Andy slept on the bed with me at nap time. In the past Beaky has chased Andy away when she would jump on the bed at nap time or during the night. Today when I woke up, there they both were, near but not touching and quiet as churchmice! I was so happy!

February 26, 2014 - my second furrever day anniversary! Hello all my friends at the VA SRC. This is Andromeda dictating a letter to you. My Meowm and Paw call me Andy; I know, it is a bit of a diss but they mean well. I suppose it is really OK after all as, as TS Elliot says, cats have 3 names anyway, and NO one knows my third name ( as it should be). And I quote:

"The Naming of Cats is a difficult matter,
It isn't just one of your holiday games;
You may think at first I'm as mad as a hatter
When I tell you, a cat must have THREE DIFFERENT NAMES.
First of all, there's the name that the family use daily,
Such as Peter, Augustus, Alonzo or James,
Such as Victor or Jonathan, George or Bill Bailey—
All of them sensible everyday names.
There are fancier names if you think they sound sweeter,
Some for the gentlemen, some for the dames:
Such as Plato, Admetus, Electra, Demeter—
But all of them sensible everyday names.
But I tell you, a cat needs a name that's particular,
A name that's peculiar, and more dignified,
Else how can he keep up his tail perpendicular,
Or spread out his whiskers, or cherish his pride?
Of names of this kind, I can give you a quorum,
Such as Munkustrap, Quaxo, or Coricopat,
Such as Bombalurina, or else Jellylorum-
Names that never belong to more than one cat.
But above and beyond there's still one name left over,
And that is the name that you never will guess;
The name that no human research can discover—
But THE CAT HIMSELF KNOWS, and will never confess.
When you notice a cat in profound meditation,
The reason, I tell you, is always the same:
His mind is engaged in a rapt contemplation
Of the thought, of the thought, of the thought of his name:
His ineffable effable
Deep and inscrutable singular Name."

I have added 2 new pictures of me. One on my throne (the dash of the RV) and the other chillin' with Beakie on the passenger seat. I can't say we're BFF's yet, but we're working on it.

Days around here are full of excitement: napping, eating, playing tag with Squeaky, and lounging (regally I will add) on Paws lap at night whilst he watches the moving picture frame on the wall. And yes, he is now allowed to stroke me if he likes - it seems to make him happy so I allow it. I am still easily startled, but it has been weeks since I laid opened Paws leg with my claws. (Allow me to interject here Andy, that I am SO happy that you have left my legs alone since shorts season is just around the corner).

So as you can see, I am blessed to have found such a good furrever home. (We think so too Andy).

TTFN - Andromeda

February 26, 2015

Hello from Sunny Florida! It's Andromeda again on my third furrever day. I can not thank all of the Siamese Rescue people for finding me such a good home! When you found me I was scared (I know, cats aren't supposed to admit that but it was true) and I wanted nothing to do with people. Since coming to live with Meommy & Paw, I now actively go up and sniff new people who come to my house. I sleep on Paw's lap and on the bed with him at night, tucked up against his ankles. He likes it when he can feel me there so I allow him to be touching me. The other 2 furrballs & I play and have the crazys at least once a day. Paw says I'm getting pudgy and that I need the exercise - we'll see. I've heard them whispering about taking us to the stabby place for our yearly . . . well, I don't want to dwell on what they do to me - it is NOT dignified.

So as you can see - I love it here and my hoomans are so much better off now that they have me. After all, I am a Siamese!

Year 6 of Andy's furrever day.

Andy has continued to be very skittish; any noise will cause her to be startled. And my thighs show her scratch marks as she vaults from my lap. That said, she is well accepted by the rest pf the kitties. She plays with them and they with her. She particularly likes the round ball track with the scratch pad in the middle. She naps with me and spends most of the evenings on my lap completely stretched out. I make a sound that she knows and comes on command to it. She has licked her tummy and rear legs nearly bare, but our veterinarian says the is little we can do as she DOES NOT take medicine willingly.

Andy has been a delightful addition to our menagerie and we love her dearly.

(Last update: Feb 26th, 2018 9pm)

Do you want to start 2018 off on the right paw? I can help! I'm an extra special girl, foster mom calls it polydactyl because I have an extra toe on all 4 of my feet. Did you know that polydactyl cats were once popular on ships due to bringing good luck? I'm guaranteed to bring you more happiness than a lottery ticket, so ask about me today!

PS - I need a home with lots of human interaction, no more than 1 other cat, please . Also looking for a quiet home, so dogs or young children won't work for me.
Name:   Anastasia
ID#: VA12462
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 12/30/17
Adopted: 02/11/18
Congrats: Beth
Foster: Melanie (Nashville)

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


Notes from Home
Hard to believe it has been two weeks with Annie. She was a bit skittish when she first arrived but left her carrier to immediately explore the room and happily eat and drink. That first evening home she surprised me by sitting on my lap. Her tail twitches a lot so I am sometimes left trying to discern if it is just nervous habit or if she is still a bit anxious.
The vet, who said some cats just move their tails more than others, was amazed at Annie's beauty, and the vet tech took photos for possible posting on their website as this little explorer climbed up the shelves on the examining room wall to find a high perch. Happily there was a clean bill of health and nothing broken.
Aside from one unfortunate event (let's just say the shower needed extra sanitizing) she has been good with her litter box. I was confused when she made some ankle grabs but I am working with her foster to understand she may be a bit bored after going from playtime in a foster home with other cats to being a lone cat with no other furred creatures to chase. There are more toys in her future.
Annie loves her cat tree and her spot on the couch. She loves watching the birds and squirrels outside and the bird videos on my iPad. As she relaxed in her new home, she became much more playful, and finally started using her petite voice! She is a joy to come home to and a beauty to watch in her bunny-like fur coat. thank you to all who took such good care of her.

(Last update: Feb 25th, 2018 5pm)

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Name: Gracie

(FKA Pursi)

ID#: VA9060
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 02/09/13
Adopted: 02/23/13
Congrats: Bunny
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
This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
Sweeeeeeet! Check out my first video, they don't come more easy going than this :)

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Notes from Home
Just a note from Gracie (f/k/a Pursi) to everyone who helped get her to her furrever home !! She is adjusting remarkably well, and loves her new windowseat birdwatching perch. We absolutely adore her. Thank you so much... Bunny & Jack

August, 2013. Gracie is just the sweetest kitty. Hardly even know she is around unless she begins making her little noises when playing. It takes both of us to keep up with Caspian as Gracie runs him up and down the hall for exercise and then they lay down for a nap. They play very well together and am so glad that I adopted 2 !!

February, 2016: Hello everyone ! Gracie Simoneau here ... so, Monique reminded us that I've been in my forever home for three years TODAY. WooHoo! Time surely flies when you are having fun. I have totally adapted to my household duties of keeping everyone on schedule (breakfast, lunch and dinner) and of supervising my brother (Caspien, the wedgie). I am also in charge of making sure my people get up in the morning by rattling the door or tumbling with my brother. Love it here and think I'll stay !!

April, 2017: Gracie continues to do very well and does an excellent job of keeping everyone on schedule ( as it relates to feeding time). She over-indulged in the catnip offerings yesterday at the vets office, but is otherwise happy and healthy. She is a great help with her very mischievous brother, Caspian, and we love her dearly.

February, 2018: My how time flies! Gracie and Caspian are doing fantastic. I think they are enjoying "middle age". Its been a short 5 years since they found us and they have blessed our household. They play and sleep together, and for the most part get along quite well! Love them both dearly.

(Last update: Feb 25th, 2018 12pm)

Oh, I am the cutest little nugget (as foster mom says). I am a petite lilac point, and I'm a little shy at first, but then I warm up to you. I came from a household with lots of cats, and then Siamese Rescue found me a home. But there was one cat there who just wanted to pick on me, so my adopter mom reluctantly did what was best for me and decided to find me another good home. So here I am at a new Siamese Rescue foster mom's, and I'm learning to get used to things here. Will get all checked out by a vet again and get my vaccinations updated (yikes!), and then I will be ready to go home. Foster mom says I'm a darling! Oh, and I talk a little too. And I like to play with the feline fisher toy!
Name: ivy

(FKA Ivory)

ID#: VA11331
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
DateIn: 02/06/16
Adopted: 02/24/16
Congrats: Cherie
Foster: Rinn

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
Ivy has adjusted to having to share pets and scratches with her brother Vinnie. She will put him his place if he gets too frisky and tries to engage her in a game of cat and mouse. I do believe while we are gone they have chased each other as we have found papers knocked off the desk and plants spilled. She still loves to play with her fishing wand and cuddle up at night on the chair with us while we are watching tv. She also continues to sleep with us but keeps guard over the bed so she doesn't have to share it with Vinnie. She is just the sweetest little girl who continues to melt our hearts.

Ivy has become the princess of the household. She is sweet, lovable, frisky and dominates Vinnie. She continues to love playing with her fishing wand and has even enjoyed chasing Vinnie around the house. They sure entertain us with their antics. Her favorite is napping in the sunshine and snuggling with us at night. She is the perfect fit for us and we just adore her.

Six months have flown by and Ivy continues to be our sweet lovable cat who loves basking in the sun and getting groomed with a zoom groom. Talk about drooling and lots of purrs when that things appears for her. She is also a morning cat who loves to join our morning routine of warming up in the bathroom with a small heater. She is right there, ready for pets and belly rubs while we try to get ready in the morning. She has taken a cue from Vinnie and has played with other toys besides her fishing wand and loves this little green cat nipped filled toy that she will pounce and toss around the room. She is just the sweetest little girl.

It's been a year since we picked our sweet little Ivy. She is our heat loving, drooling little girl who finds any spec of sun or heat and will drool up a storm when she is being petted or groomed. She loves to cuddle at night and will find a spot near our legs to curl up for the night's rest. She has become more adventurous and will explore new places once she sees her brother, Vinnie, going there. She's frisky and will play with several toys by herself but she still loves her fishing wand. Vinnie is still not her favorite but he does keep her on her toes.

Here it is 2 years since Ivy came to live with us. She is the princess of the household and continues to make sure her brothers (Vinnie and Sambo, my mother-in-law's cat) leave her alone unless she decides to play with them. She loves laying in the sun, or under the bedcovers, or curled up by the fireplace. She still plays with her fishing wand but has also started chasing balls and attacking the catnip toys. I've even seen her do a butt wiggle like her brother Vinnie. She has become more confident in being around people and is quite the talker when she feels like it. She is just a joy to have in our home!

(Last update: Feb 24th, 2018 3pm)

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Name: Milo

(FKA Shadow)

ID#: VA11906
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
Date In: 01/15/17
Adopted: 02/12/17
Congrats: Amanda
Foster: Kay

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 any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
Am slowly settling in here and let foster mom know several of my preferences already - no dogs and no other cats. I need to be your one and only. I'm a little chatty and very sweet and affectionate.
Purrs, Shadow

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Notes from Home
Milo is doing great! He's amazing with both people he knows and new friends. He loves to make biscuits on my faux fur blanket and has gotten much better about his feeding schedule. His only bad habits are begging for human food.
(Last update: Feb 22nd, 2018 11am)

Well here I am again, all grown up. I was just a baby when I left meowmys's house almost 3 years ago with my sister, Lilly. We had a great home but then a human baby came along and no one had time for us, so here we are. We need to stay together as we've been together all our lives and love each other.

We are completely vetted, and should be ready to go home in about 10 days.

If you're looking for a bonded pair, then maybe we're the ones for you!

Name: Hodge

(FKA Knox)

ID#: VA10606
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 01/31/15
Adopted: 02/21/15
Congrats: Susette
Foster: Jeanne


Notes from Home
We have renamed Knox--poor guy has had three names now. His new name is Hodge, after Samuel Johnson's cat, Hodge. His other cat was named Lily. Hodge is fantastic--quite a playful guy and loves his massive scratching post. He is adjusting beautifully, cuddling up when he's not rushing about checking out all the corners of his new home. He doesn't seem to know how handsome he is. Like his sister, he's a rare quiet meezer. We can't thank Jeanne, Siri and Sheri enough for all their efforts on behalf of these two. We are so pleased they are part of our family and are enjoying getting to know them.

Lily and Hodge have been with us for over a month now and passed their vet visit with flying colors. They continue to amuse and delight us, and to charm all our visitors (and the vet). Hodge is quite the athlete, and loves loves loves to play, then flop down for some serious belly displays. Even when he's fast asleep, he can be up in a flash if there's a chance for some action. We adore him and his sister and are so delighted to have them in our lives.

Can't believe it has been two years already! Hodge is everyone's best friend, always monitoring activities and up for fun whenever it's offered. We just adore him and Lily and are so glad they are part of our family.

THREE years, now. But in many ways, Hodge is just part of the household, so he's just part of life! We sometimes call him "Squire Shinworthy," because he does a lot of serpentine walking, rubbing up against the shins to remind us that he's available to clean out a bowl or two. Still always ready to play, always the sociable fellow, always ready to occupy a lap. He's a hail fellow, well met. We know he'll love moving to our new house in a few weeks, where he'll have plenty of windows and birds to chirp at.

(Last update: Feb 21st, 2018 7am)

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Name:   Lilly
ID#: VA10605
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
Date In: 01/31/15
Adopted: 02/21/15
Congrats: Susette
Foster: Jeanne

Well here I am again, all grown up. I was just a baby when I left meowmys's house almost 3 years ago with my brother, Lai (now known as Knox). We had a great home but then a human baby came along and no one had time for us, so here we are. We need to stay together as we've been together all our lives and love each other.

We are completely vetted, and should be ready to go home in about 10 days.

If you're looking for a bonded pair, then maybe we're the ones for you!


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Notes from Home
Lily is such a love! She's adjusting really well and making herself at home in available laps. Still a bit tentative, but getting to know the routines, sights & smells of her new home. She has such a sweet little chirpy voice, which she doesn't use very often (yet, anyway), something rare in the meezer world! Thank you so very much to Jeanne for such excellent foster care, to Siri for hoteling Lily & her brother and for letting us come in the middle of snowstorm Pandora to collect our precious cargo, and to Sheri for helping us find Lily and her brother, our new family!

Lily and Hodge have been with us for over a month now and passed their vet visit with flying colors. They continue to amuse and delight us, and to charm all our visitors (and the vet). Lily knows her mind, and quite often, it's set on a lap, which makes her--especially with her bunny fur--quite irresistible. We're so pleased to have her and her brother in our lives.

Two years already?! Lily has taken over the home in her imperial way, brightening our lives as she guides us in the proper ways. We adore her!

Three years? Really? Well, in many ways, it seems like always. Lily & Hodge are just part of life. We're getting ready to move to a new house, where they'll have many more windows for entertainment and room to dash about. They continue to be wonderful companions. Lily is still imperial, but extremely loving when the mood strikes, which is often.

(Last update: Feb 21st, 2018 7am)

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