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Sweet and lovable, that's me. I have the prettiest blue eyes and the softest fluffy coat. I might have beautiful long hair when I grow up. Ill be ready to go home in about a month. More information soon.
Name:   Betsy
ID#: VA7097
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 06/29/10
Adopted: 07/25/10
Congrats: Tissa
Foster: Williene

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Betsy is doing great, in fact she has claimed alpha cat status over the other 2 cats which includes a 20 Lb plus male cat. She is a joy and wakes me up each morning with her purring. If that doesn't wake me, then a soft tap on the nose does. I saw a article recently that says if you own a cat then the first thing you see each morning is a cat who loves you. She waits by the door looking out the window watching for me to come home. Sometimes she jumps down quickly pretending that she wasn't watching for me but I know she was. She weighs about 8.5 pounds and loves Fancy Feast broths.
(Last update: Jul 25th, 2016 7am)

Name:   Manny
ID#: VA10607
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 16 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
Date In: 01/31/15
Adopted: 02/14/15
Congrats: Brenda
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
Oh My GOSH. Really? Beautiful, sophisticated, needy, loving, adoring wedgie boy. And here I am returned to the Rescue. Someone's in for a real treat!!!

People are my favorite. I need a no smoking low stress home as I have a tendency towards asthma. Other than that, I'm good. Full work up done in advance of my going home so you'll know everything about me! Beautiful soft coat, very Siamese, very loving and affectionate, immediately well adjusted. And one crumpled ear (not seen in this picture) which gives me character. And I REALLY want some cat buddies. I LOVE other cats.

So, in summary: follow you everywhere, talk, love, and be very Siamese. That's ME! But yes, I am on the delicate side, so I need lots of personal catering and adoration!
Notes from Home
July 2016. Manny is riding out our heat wave sitting in front of the oscillating fan and sipping water with ice in his bowl. He loves to lick ice. He's also discovered whipped cream cheese.

He truly is the most adorable affectionate cat ever. Thanks so much for putting us together.

Brenda and Manny

Manny remains The Perfect Cat. He's so well-mannered, sweet, and loving that I'm happy to have him. He loves his head rubs and gets them at least 3 times/day. He is interested in knowing where I am, but doesn't stick like velcro now that he knows I'm not going to leave him.

During our 2-week winter freeze, Manny was happy to sit on the radiator and watch the snow pile up on the balcony. He's always on the look-out for cardinals who drop by every day.

Manny eats well, has meticulous litter box habits, and has decided he prefers ice in his water glass. He did a taste test - drinking from his solo cup w/o ice and mine w/ice and decided he prefers ice.
I think he's a little deaf, but other than that he is perfect.

Manny remains The Perfect Cat. He is adorable, curious, and loves to be by my side 24/7. He even sleeps deep under the covers with his paws wrapped around my ankles - like manacles!

He is so beautifully behaved. He seems used to going to the vet. He walks in the exam room, jumps up on the table, and awaits the doc. He sits up straight and listens so attentively that the vet starts talking to him instead of me. Even the vet remarked on his silky fur, excellent teeth, and beautiful manners.

Manny is very friendly. He greets everyone who comes to visit. We went on a weekend trip w/a friend and he was very happy and outgoing.

He's gained 2 lbs since his arrival, but that's well within his weight range. He eats on a schedule and always has a bedtime snack at 9.

The best thing is he seems happiest just being wherever I am. He is truly a lovable lap cat who does absolutely everything perfectly and never complains.

He is the perfect match for me!!!!
Manny is celebrating our 1st anniversary in style. He had 2 helpings of breakfast, drank his water with ice cubes (he LOVES ice cubes), and is now taking a bath sitting on the warm radiator on top of his two favorite blankets. He has a vet appointment this week.

Manny is The Perfect Cat and soooooooooooooo loving. He'll wake up from a nap and gaze up at me and he often sits next to me with his paw resting on my arm.

He follows me everywhere so it's hard to get a photo. If I get up to get the camera, he's up, too! (I don't have a camera on my phone.) I'll keep trying.
We can't thank you enough for Valentine's Day matchmaking between us.

Brenda and Manny

(Last update: Jul 24th, 2016 8pm)

Hi! I'm Kathi!

My person died and the family dumped me at a shelter stating they didn't want me. Thankfully a lady meowmy works with was there and called meowmy right away. She came and got me and told me Siamese Cat rescue would take care of me and find me a forever home. So here I am.

The family who dumped me said I'm good with other cats, kids, and dogs, but meowmy will make sure of that before finding me a new home.

If you think you'd like to give a home to a slightly cross eyed gal like me, just ask about me and maybe I can be your new furkid!


Name: Bernadette ("Bernie")

(FKA Kathi)

ID#: VA11509
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 06/05/16
Adopted: 06/24/16
Congrats: Janett
Foster: Jeanne

This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs


Notes from Home
Bernadette (AKA Bernie) has settled in nicely. She doesn't believe any door should be closed & enjoys exploring for new nap spots in the house. Likes to nap under dining room table, so we put a bed there for her. Photo attached of Bernie relaxing at nap time on her favorite fuzzy blanket-which matches her eyes!
(Last update: Jul 24th, 2016 2pm)

Name:   Petey
ID#: VA10762
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 05/16/15
Adopted: 07/18/15
Deceased: 02/06/17
Congrats: Debra
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
Shot at with bb's, achy an creaky, arthritic and puny, but oh so loving. I will be on cosequin and some pain management meds for whatever time I have left, but am hoping someone will love me, because I sure will love you.

I need a large bed (I'll bring it with me), a close by large litterbox, and my food and water. I can't move around much as my joints are no good in front elbows and back hocks, but I can sure purr up a storm, I use the box, and I eat like a champ. I have good bloodwork, so just need a little sunshine. There will be no jumping for me, no stairs, but that's okay, I would be forever happy if you had a small sunny place I could just hang out in.
Notes from Home
Petey is doing great! He has a great appetite and uses his litter box. He's a bit of a slob with his food and litter, but he's so sweet it's hard to be upset with him. And that voice! He is not shy about expressing his opinion. He is not afraid of people at all. We have had several visitors and he is content to be the center of attention and get lots of ear scratches and loving.
He and my other cat, Rosanna get along fine. Mostly they just ignore each other :-)
We had a visit with the vet on Monday and she fell in love with him, too.

Well Petey had a rough week, but he seems to be on the mend now. We still don't know what was wrong with him, bur he is eating again and has he voice back. I've been trying to give him fluids, which he hates, so one of us is mad and the other one is all scratched up. Oh well, I'm just trying to do what is best for the old man. :-)

Petey has gained back all of his lost weight and is doing great. He meows extremely loudly when he wants food or attention or just to remind me he is in the house.
He didn't get on the bed at all when he first arrived, he acted like he was scared to be there if I put him up there. Maybe his previous human didn't allow him on the furniture, but I keep encouraging him to sleep with me. He still isn't comfortable enough to stay more than a few minutes but I'm working on him. 11/4/15

Petey is so sweet! I just love him! He seems to be very happy here, loves to snuggle on the couch with me. He has a big appetite, eating several cans of cat food every day. He cracks me up when he gets a drink of water, he puts his paws on the edge of the fountain.
When he first came home, he would not get on the bed and acted fearful when I would put him up there. I think he was not allowed on the bed in his previous home. Anyway, I kept putting him up there and loving on him so he would know it was OK. Now he gets up there on his own and cuddles up next to me, it makes me happy to see him warm and comfortable. He and my other cat are not best buddies, but they do live peacefully together. 1/23/16
d Petey and I have had a wonderful first year. He is so unbelievable sweet! His heath is not the best, several illnesses at the same time, but the vet and I are taking good care of him. He is very vocal and isn't shy about telling me when he wants food or attention. He and my other cat have finally decided to be friends and I find them sleeping together on my quite often. 7/20/16

(Last update: Jul 21st, 2016 7pm)

'm just a itsy bitsy ball of fluff, not even weighing one pound, but I've got a ton of purrsonality.
I already know how to feed myself and I use the litter box like a big girl! TOYS? I know what
to do with those! I even know what to do with a scratching pad!!

I have some major growing to do, so it will be awhile before I'm ready to go home. .

Stay tuned while foster mom gets to know me!


I'm not so itso bitso any more! I'm a whole 2.7 pounds of whirling, running, playing, leaping fluff.
I am losing some of that fluffy baby fur and am even prettier.


Name: Tigger

(FKA Tigger fka ThomThom)

ID#: VA10782
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 05/23/15
Adopted: 07/18/15
Congrats: Janice A
Foster: Nancy


Notes from Home
Hello All. Here is yet another update from the home owned by Tips and Tigger and partially rented to that crazy cat woman (Big Mommy). Tigger has been unofficially renamed Tigger the Tiny Terror. Wait, you say, how could anyone so adorable be called Terror, Tiny or otherwise?
Well, let me enumerate how: stealing potpourri from the buffet; pulling towels off of towel bars in both bathrooms; stealing Big Mommy's bottles of smelly stuff from the vanity; smelling Tips a-double-scribble to make him swish his tail simply because it is so much fun to play with said tail; loosing countless toys that then Big Mommy and Little Mommy (Emily) have go searching for; grooming Big Mommy's head and eyebrows while she is sleeping. Well, the list could go on and on, but Big Mommy is beginning to get agitated trying to type it all.
Big Mommy calls little Tigger her "bad, bad, baddie boy." Then she looks at him, calls Little Mommy, they talk on the phone and then they laugh and laugh and laugh. And the next thing ya know, Little Mommy is back visiting the Two Ts. Tigger likes that.
One day when Big Mommy was sitting in the chair that the Two Ts have graciously allowed her, suddenly Tigger was spotted dragging his little a-double-scribble across the rug. "Oh my," thought Big Mommy, it's time to take that trip to the Vet she had been thinking of taking. She even said it out loud since Tips wasn't in the room and what does Tigger know, anyway. So Tigger went with Big Mommy, Little Mommy and big brother Tips to the Vet. Well, let me tell you. The next time Tigger will know "Vet" when he hears it, you betcha! It was a really scary place! Poor little Tigger had that same thing stuck up his you-know-what. Then he had other stuff done to him, including something about his poop! Big Mommy was told later that nothing was wrong with his poop. Of course there wasn't; how could anything be wrong with that stuff! And something else happened at that terrible Vet place that wasn't mentioned in Tips' report: both the brothers had a mani-pedi. Really. The guys had a mani-pedi. Ugh! Tips thinks that had something to do with Tigger's very early life as Thumbelina.
Little Mommy reports that Tigger is not such a good student. She has decided not to try any tricks except "Come." Tigger thinks that's a good idea--he he.
Tigger's September, 2015 Update:
He is just so silly. Here are two quick stories. 1) I just finished peeing, had my but half raised off the seat, when goof-ball jumped up. Being too little to see up over the top, he assumed (incorrectly, of course) that the seat had no hole in it. Well, three of four paws landed okay, but the fourth one was a pee-pee paw for sure. Boy did he run. I had to catch him to wash him off. 2) He often gets up on the sofa to dig between the cushions, as if the spot was a mousy hole. Once he got so enthused with this business of looking for a non-existent mouse in a non-mouse hole that he got himself turned upside down, back up against the back of the sofa, all four paws under his silly little chin, with his tail curled up over his belly. So, what does one do with a tail in that position? One plays with it, of course. Except he got so excited, he bit it, yelped, jumped down off the sofa and ran under it. (I hope you can picture him as I described. It was funny enough with him standing on his head, but when he bit his own tail and yelped, I just lost it.)
What can I say, Tigger is a baby, still.

1/28/16 Tigger's update: Well, Tiggie, as I mostly call him, is very much a baby, a kitten still. And a baddie boy kitten at that. This is the story of his latest escapade. It was 5:00AM, his and brother Tip's usual morning feeding time. I walked into the kitchen in my sleep socks and stepped on something hard and unusual. I ignored it long enough to walk over to the sink and turn on the overhead light. I turned around to see two things: the peacock feather I had just stepped on and Tiggie covered, head to toe, in peacock feathers. "Oh Tiggie, what did you do," I gasped. There he was, his whole little self except for his muzzle, ears and paws, covered in the small, light feathers that go down the shaft of peacock feathers. I knew at once that in the middle of the night he had knocked over the vase on the small table in front of the sliding glass doors in the living room. Baddie boy! I picked him up and groomed him as best I could at 5AM. Meanwhile, brother Tips was meowing for his breakfast. Oh boy, what a cat house I have! I finished pulling feathers off of Tiggie, fed the two kitties and then went to pick up the vase in the living room and the rest of the feathers off of the floor. I found feathers in the kitchen, foyer, living room, dining room, down the hallway, in the spare room (aka the princes room), the powder room--everywhere but in my bedroom. Of course not. Tiggie may be a kitten, but he's not stupid, just endlessly playful. Over the course of the next week or so, every now and then I would find more feathers on Tiggie, He had obviously hidden a stash of peacock feathers where only he could find them, and find them he did. Feather play continued for about another week, after which I finally didn't have to de-feather him anymore. What a cuttie-pie he is, my little kitten, Tigger. He's so cute you just have to forgive him. Besides, it's his job to play. How else will he learn about life.
UPDATE 7/21/16: Tigger is still our little baby boy: Baby Tiggy we call him, even though he's all growed up by now. He's as cute as cute can be and still very playful, unlike big brother Tippy Toes Tips, who feels it his continuous duty to demonstrate feline beauty and dignity. That not being Baby Tiggy's bag, as they say, Baby Tiggy is just silly always and that's it. Silly! We like him that way.
And one more thing, Baby Tiggy and big brother Tippy Toes Tips have a new sister, Tappy. You won't believe what she is: a D-O-G. You got that right, a D-O-G! At first Baby Tiggy was really, really a scaddy-cat, but not so much any more. That's mostly because Tappy is a rescue who is so traumatized that she won't come out of the Princes Room (spare bedroom) and prefers confinement behind a baby gate for her living quarters. But Big Mommy and Little Mommy are working at her rehabilitation and hope that someday soon she will want to come out of her room and joint the rest of the family in the whole house. In the meantime, Tiggy has decided that she's not so bad after all; he'll never be her best friend, but she'll be well tolerated, at least.
On another note, Baby Tiggy is up-to-date on all his shots and vet visits and continues to be ultra cute, cuddly and healthy. We like him that way, too!

(Last update: Jul 21st, 2016 9am)

Name: Tips

(FKA Pharrell aka Tips)

ID#: VA10744
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 05/09/15
Adopted: 06/20/15
Congrats: Janice A
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 is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
Because I'm happy
Clap along if you have a room that has a roof
Because I'm happy
Clap along if you can give me happiness that's the truth
Because I'm happy
Clap along if you know I'll bring happiness just to you
Because I'm happy
Clap along if you feel like that's what you wanna do

I'm sensitive, loving, needy, and would do well with an experienced owner who loves deep Siamese. (If you must have two, I'd do well with a kitten!) And I love men, just in case you are one :)
Notes from Home
For all those who helped me to adopt Tips (Pharrell), here is a little cat tale about him. It goes like this:
If a person has a cat and a cat tree in the same room, is it not right to expect that the cat climbs up the cat tree on his own to get to the nice soft cat perch while the person continues to sit in her chair? I'm just asking, because I know a cat (I won't mention any names) who thinks that while the person sits in her chair, the cat comes over to her, sits right next to her in front of her chair and stares at her and stares at her and stares at her, until finally she gets up, picks up the unnamed cat and puts him on the nice soft cat tree perch.
Like I say, I'm just asking.
New note for everyone:
My granddaughter, Emily, who is my adopter-in-tandum, has been to visit me everyday this past weekend. She usually only comes on Fridays. Of course, she isn't visiting me; she's visiting Tips. The two of them are becoming best buddies. Emmers has got it into her head that she will train Tips to come, sit and stay. And because Tips is so Siamesey and thinks he is a dog, he is responding really well. "Come" he responds to about 1/2 the time. "Stay" he is responsive to about a third of the time. On "sit" he had some work to do. But I will tell you that he would do none of this for me. I think it is because Emmers is down on the floor with him and I am up in my chair. He won't even play lazer tag with me, but with Emily, he loves it. They are wonderful together. When she is here he can't decide which one of us to follow around the house. What a good, beautiful kittums he is!
New Note on 8/6/15
Hello everyone. This is a report from the home owned by Tips and Tigger and partially rented to a crazy cat woman (Big Mommy) who is slowly being relegated to a small portion of the big bed in the back of the house and one chair in the living room. Admittedly, she sometimes tries to take up part of the sofa, too; but not to worry, the Two Ts are wise to her.
Tips reports that he recently acquired a little brother. Geesh! Tigger, he thinks the kid's name is. This kid is a pain in the a-double-scribble--literally. Every time Tips tries to take a cat nap, this ball of fluff comes over and sniffs you-know-where until poor Tips is forced to swish his tail. Then the little Terror plays with it!
On a separate front, when Tips' Little Mommy (Emily) comes over, Tips reports having a good time learning tricks. (Although, he requests that you do not repeat this "learning tricks" to anyone on account of his dignity being compromised.) Tips (for treats, of course), now reports that he does the following: "Comes," "Sits," "Lays Down," and "Gets your treat." Little Mommy is so proud.
Recently, Tips went with the aforementioned kid to see the Vet. Ugh! The creep stuck something up his a-double-scribble! The very idea of it! Talk about one losing one's dignity! The Vet reported to Big Mommy and Little Mommy that everything was just fine, except for some tartar on his teeth for which an additive has been put in his drinking water. And one final thing: because of that kid mentioned above, Tips poop (again, Ugh, the dignity thing, ya know), had to be examined, but everything turned out to be okay.
Big Mommy and Little Mommy love Tips very much, which of course Tips thinks is both necessary and expected.
My Tips, what a kitty. He is almost completely weaned of his biting habit. It took constant gentle handling over all of the time I have had him. He still gives me that ears-back distrusting look sometimes, but he doesn’t follow through with the nip I used to get. I have a wonderful video of Emily and Tips showing the six tricks she has taught him. I will try to e-mail it directly to Nancy, since I cannot find a place here to upload it. I hope she will pass it on to everyone. It is quite amazing.
CORRECTION: I will try sending the video to Siri since I think she was the foster for Tips.
New Update, 12/22/15: Well, Tippy Toes Tips is well established in his forever home with Big Mommy (Janice) and Little Mommy (Emily). He has grown to be a super trusting boy with little or no biting (except maybe with strangers--with the emphasis on "maybe"). He has truly come a long way in the trust department. Tippy Toes Tips is so beautiful and he knows it. He loves his people and even loves his little brother, Tigger. They have a new game that Big Mommy calls Fast Mousey. First you play with the battery operated mousey with you little brother and you let him steal it from you. Then, on a very secret signal, both of you run as fast as you can through the house (forget the mousey at this point). When Fast Mousey is all over, Tips sits in one of his favorite spots and watches the little one continue to play and play and play. Did Tips mention that Tigger is a glutton for play. Everyone concerned, Big Mommy, Little Mommy, Tigger and Tips are doing so well together. The kittums love their new home and their new people. And boy-oh-boy do their people love their kittums!
New Update 8/21/16: Tippy Toe Tips is a well-established member of the household in Columbus, NJ. He is the much-loved senior member of the feline branch of the family. He is a beautiful and trusting member of the household, one who never bites or scratches at all any more. However, there is one new development in the house: a D-O-G! Egad, you read that right. A D-O-G! But not to worry. The dumb thing (Tip's take on her) is self-confined to the Princess Room (spare bedroom) where she is s-l-o-o-o-w-l-y learning to trust people. She came to us from rescue from where no one wanted to adopt her because she was so traumatized. She was a big worry to Tips (and Tiggy) when she first came to live in their house, but now Tips has decided that she is rather insignificant after all, self-confined and confined by a baby gate as she is. Big Mommy and Little Mommy love Tappy (that's her name) and are working continuously to rehabilitate her so that she will soon blend into the whole family and come to live happily with us in the whole, open house. In the meantime, Tips says, "Ahh, so, a dog. I got over it, ya-know-whad-I-mean?"
On another front, Tippy Toe Tips has been to the vet and is up-to-date on all his shots and exams. He's also been to the groomers several times for a mani-pedi, but mostly the mommies do them for him. And he continues to be a very handsome and healthy big brother to all other four-legged people in the household. If you asked him, he'd reluctantly admit that it's a love-fest here and we like it that way.

(Last update: Jul 21st, 2016 9am)

Busy loving very playful and chirpy female gal who wants all of your attention and prefers not to share, who loves feather wands, loves to snuggle, likes to chirp and trill and follow you around, and absolutely adores my dinner time :) Luckily I like to play so much which helps me maintain my womanish figure (this catnip candy cane is all mine!) If you'd like a partner to play with, sleep with, laze with, race with, and most of all dine with, how about considering MOI! (Dog Curious)
Name: Lily

(FKA Valerie)

ID#: VA6260
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 04/15/09
Adopted: 07/20/09
Congrats: Matthew
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 any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat


Notes from Home
It's been seven years since I was taken to my forever home where I am the undisputed queen. My parents say that I have really "come into my own" here as a loving cat who enjoys hanging out with them, even if I am still a little food-obsessed. I have my favorite places to sit here, especially on their laps, and my catnip banana and cardboard scratchers and other little toys. I like to talk to them to let me know what I'm thinking and especially enjoy waking them up early for my breakfast. The volunteers at SCRC made this all possible and I hope that all the other adoptees there get homes that are as special as mine!

Five years ago today, my parents showed up at the SCRC and I adopted them. And I love my forever home! As you can see by my pix, I sleep in all my special places - this one is in the laundry room on a perch specially made for me with an afghan that was specially made for me - I'm soooo special! They feed me all my favorite foods, altho' not nearly as much as I'd like. AND I have a bunch of toys to play with when I'm not sitting looking out windows or screen doors. I even get to sit in the sink and walk the counters, even tho' they really don't want me to do that. My parents love me and I love them and let them know it by sitting on their laps and purring and clamp their noses and put my paw on their face. How could they not love something as cute as me! Thanks to Siri and the SCRC for making it all possible!

It's been two years since I've been able to update all of you at the SCRC. (My parents are stingy with the computer time, even tho' I sit on their keyboards a lot.) I just celebrated by 4th "birthday" here and I love my forever home. While I seemed to settle in without a problem, my parents tell me that it took awhile for me to really show my real personality. I went from being a little aloof and only jumping up on the top of the couch to now being a lap-sitting, purring, kneading lovebug who can be found on almost any piece of furniture in the place. I even go upstairs and sleep with them if it gets cold enough at night. They say the only thing about me that hasn't changed is my love/obsession with food. They are so happy to have me and love me to pieces telling me that I'm the best cat in the world. I'm really happy to be here and am so thankful - as are they - for all the ways that everyone at the SCRC made it possible.

Well, it's Happy Birthday to me! My parents say that today, July 20th, is my "birthday" because it was on this day two years ago that they came to VA, met me, and took me home. What a wonderful day for all of us! I love my home, have my favorite places to sit and sun myself, or look out at the birds, or even go after bugs - I'm a first-class bug killer. I have a bunch of toys, which I can play with to my heart's content; my favorite is the laser pen. My parents pet me and I sit on their laps and purr and sometimes I even sleep in their bed with them (especially when it's cold). They tell me that I am the most beautiful cat in the world and I'm glad that they are so smart! My favorite time is dinner time (some things never change) and I get both wet and dry food and haven't had another UTI since I first got here. Today I even got a little extra because it's my special day. Thanks for my forever home, SCRC! And my parents wanted me to tell you "Thank you!" for being the safe place where I (& other Siamese) could go so that we could be found by our forever families.

Oh, it's wonderful to have a forever home! My parents and I are celebrating my first year with them and we all think that adopting me was the best decision ever. I love my big house, all the places I can look out, the sunny spots where I can lay, the toys my parents give me to play with - my latest favorite is the laser light - and, of course, the great food my folks give me. Most of all, I love my parents because they love me. Besides feeding and playing with me, they pet me a lot and tell me how beautiful I am and I "clamp" their noses to let them know I love them right back! Thanks, SCRC, for bringing me and my family together and here's to many more happy years!

I am now celebrating my 6 month anniversary here with Mom and Dad at my forever home. They think I'm wonderful even if they don't always know what I'll do next. (I am so Siamese!) It's been both easy and hard to get used to my home. I love the fact that I'm now an "only" cat and I'm enjoying the run of the house. Mom and Dad buy me mice to play with, which I love - I think they got gypped tho' b/c they're not real - and they also play chase-the-string with me everyday. I'm allowed on the furniture as long as I behave myself, whatever that means, and I've learned that it's really nice to sit on their laps. Sometimes I get a little stand-offish but there are days I just need time to myself. I did get 2 UTIs and had to go to the vet each time; the vet is a nice lady but I'd rather not go there. The result of that is that I now get to eat canned food, yummy! Mom and Dad think that it makes my coat even shinier and softer and I've lost some weight so I'm now more beautiful than ever. I now also have a really neat "toy" called a drinking fountain. I love it here and what makes it wonderful is that my parents love me! Thank you to the SRC for everything that you did to make this possible! Purrs and love, Lily (FKA Valerie)

Lily (Valerie) has been with us for a whole month. What a great cat she is! In the past week or so, she seems to realize that this is her forever home. Mostly she naps and plays and gets particularly loving when food is in the offing. She has a goofy streak that just makes us laugh, like when she flies across three rooms to slide into the rug at the front door and attack it! Her "stress-related" behaviors have pretty much disappeared; she's not pulling her hair out, making her even more beautiful, and she no longer nips. She still loves her catnip and, while she sleeps mostly on top of the sofa, has taken to sleeping on one of her cardboard scratchers in the evening. Lily is definitely enjoying being the only cat and queen of our home. We are so happy that she is part of our lives.

(Last update: Jul 20th, 2016 7pm)

Name: Oliver

(FKA Jack R.)

ID#: VA10789
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 05/30/15
Adopted: 06/13/15
Congrats: Diane
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
LOVELY young man who is pretty easy going (sailed through my entry bath) and looking forward to telling you all about myself!
Notes from Home
July 20, 2016

Hi to all the wonderful people at Siamese Cat Rescue.

Just wanted to finally give you a quick update on Oliver.
Wow, I cannot believe its been a year since we got Ollie. Ollie is doing fantastic. Here is a pic with him and his buddy Oscar. They are waiting for dad to give them treats. How can you say no to that?

Ollie LOVES LOVES LOVES his toys, especially his stuffed ball and mice toys. He spends endless hours batting them down the stairs, then picking them up and doing it all over again. He loves to play fetch when I'm on my computer.

Ollie is such a GREAT cat. He is so easy going. He is best buds with Minnie and they spend the EARLY morning hours chasing each other around our bedroom and office. When he's done he loves to come up on the bed and face butt me and Barry. We call it being Ollied, and then he curls up with us for a nice nap.

Ollie has been kind of hit or miss in my studio, though he does love playing with my wire. He occasionally helps me make fairy wings. I'm hoping to make a pair for him because he is such an angel.

Been crazy busy but hope to get back to crafting for Siamese Rescue. You guys do such great work.

Anyway, that's it for now.

Best regards, Diane

Hi to all the wonderful folks at Siamese Cat Rescue. I just want to drop a quick note to let you all know how Oliver (Jack R.) is doing. To sum it up - great. I don't think we've ever had such a friendly cat. He had a long journey home and was really wiped out as a result. We isolated him in my dining room that has a glass door so he could see out. This is located next to our office and master bedroom suite. He first decided to camp out on top of my china cabinet so we decided to just let him relax and settle in. It took a couple of days but he then started to show some of his great friendly personality. He met the other feline friends through the glass door at first because we have a problem child (Minnie - a three year old tabby who was abused) and were not sure how she would react. We introduced Oliver to our old guy Oscar first because he is mellow and the same temperament as Oliver. The first introduction was Oliver head butting Oscar and following him all around the room. I don't think Oscar quite knew what to make of Oliver, no cat has ever done that to him. So no growling, hissing, or anything, everything went great so we kept them together for several hours. At the end of the week we let Oliver explore some of the house, he followed me around the first floor and pretty much checked out every nook and cranny. With him being more relaxed we finally introduced him to Minnie. My husband and I held our breaths and crossed our fingers, much to our amazement, not a single growl, hiss or more importantly attack. With that introduction there was no need for Oliver to be isolated in the dining room anymore and he is now king of the bed. He loves to run around at top speed chasing and tumbling with Minnie. They are all pretty relaxed and all sleep on the bed together, Oliver even cuddles up to me and my husband and sleeps with us. He is such a great cat and I love him to pieces. Ollie's next adventure, and my fingers crossed, is to my studio to see if he will become my new studio cat. I hope to bring him down with me over the weekend.

Best regards, Diane

(Last update: Jul 20th, 2016 11am)

I arrived at the shelter in a box of candy! My mama is Abba-Zaba and while she is shy...I am opinionated! Whether you want it or not :) I was in shelter foster for the past month so I could finish nursing. I do not want to be alone so I need a feline friend---at least ONE.

I am wishing for a forever family of 15- 20 years of loving, close, in your face and underfoot companionship. I am the noisy one. I like to squeal when foster mama picks me up even though I like it.


Gummy Bear
Name:   Gummy Bear
ID#: VA11468
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 05/18/16
Adopted: 06/19/16
Congrats: Dean
Foster: Teresa


Notes from Home
We have officially change the kitty's name to "Tipper".....or long form Tipper Gore Furryousrex aka T-Rex. The neighborhood kids helped with that, and it matches her kitty crazy level!
(Last update: Jul 20th, 2016 10am)

Name:   Pasha
ID#: VA11316
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
Date In: 01/30/16
Adopted: 03/05/16
Congrats: Carina
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
A very shy gal who is cat oriented but not so much with people, I have quite a bit of learning to do. I must go with a buddy cat who loves other cats that I can snuggle with. Quiet smaller home and lots of time and patience.
Notes from Home
Well Pasha is quite a chatter box. I have had a couple of dinner parties and both she and Dillinger have been up front and center stage mingling with everyone. Granted she is elusive when someone wants to pet her, but she does go up to people and inspect them and then sits in the room surveying her guests.

She sleeps on the bed against my legs or between them while Dillinger is asleep next to my head. She makes her ventures during the day to nestle in next to Dillinger when he is napping (photos included). I am able to pet her while she eats most of the times and if she is napping or sitting I can approach her slowly and she allows me to pet her for a good amount of time before I sense she has had enough.

Pasha and Dillinger get closer and closer each day; they have been chasing each other playfully around and doing a nose-to-nose greeting often.

She is never under the bed unless it is advantageous to her sneaking up on Dillinger, and has been surprisingly social with most anyone that comes to the apt.

(Last update: Jul 19th, 2016 4pm)

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