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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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OSKAR
It only took me 11 days to gain the 7 ounces I needed to hit the one pound mark! I have had a good healthy road so far. I love to follow foster mom EVERYWHERE! I can even make it up and down the stairs and have learned to climb the sofa and bed covers to get up where the sleep and snuggle action is. And I have learned to get into everything. I know how to stay out of the dog's big feet and that if I am sneaky, I can snuggle right on top of this geezer boy that pretended he didn't like me. I won't be ready to go home until the middle of December so you have to be patient.

PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Oskar
ID#: VA11723
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 6mon
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 09/27/16
Adopted: 12/10/16
Congrats: Corinne
Foster: Julie

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
Oskar has been with us a month now and we couldn't be happier to have him. He is the silliest little kitten and loves to run around and play, but is such a little cuddle bug too! For the first week or two he insisted on climbing our legs to get us to pick him up and loved to sit on our shoulders and just hang out. He and his kitty brother Charlie are good pals, and he's become the best of friends with our pups too, though those friendships were a little slower to form 😄 He will now lay down for a nap right next to them and his sister Milly will let him chase her toys with her when she plays fetch and bat at the strings while she holds her rope in her mouth. He loves his sparkly balls, catnip mice, and playing with the 'catit circuit,' a track with a ball in inside for him to bat around. Oskar is very people oriented, runs to greet us at the door when we get home, and likes to curl up right under your chin and will just purr and purr and purr. We are so in love with our little seal boy, and so thankful we were chosen to be his family 💜
(Last update: Jan 22nd, 2017 3pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Bo
ID#: VA4643
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 12/06/06
Adopted: 01/21/07
Congrats: Jacqueline
Foster: Jane


BO
Hi, can you imagine finding a handsome little guy like me in a parking lot? I am so lucky to have found Siamese Rescue. It is about to get very cold here and now I am safe and warm with a lot of good food. I know I will have a forever home soon because foster mom promised me that.
Notes from Home
Koko (formerly Bo) is doing great! He's officially 10 now, a Meezer Geezer. He is happy with his 3 other kitties - Kahlia (also a VASR rescue) and 2 rescued Himalayans from Kuwait.
(Last update: Jan 22nd, 2017 9am)

SIMBA (AKA EGYPT)
Do you have a buddy or two that I can romp and play with ? Do you mind if I prefer just to be close to you and follow you around everywhere instead of curling up on your lap ? If so, then hit that Ask About Me !

PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Simba (aka Egypt)
ID#: VA5324
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 10/28/07
Adopted: 01/21/08
Congrats: Jo Anne
Foster: Joyce

Foster Notes

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

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Notes from Home
I can't believe it's been five years since I moved to my "furever" home. I am living a happy and healthy life. Just had my annual check up with the doc and he says I am in great shape. I seldom pull my fur out now (if you recall, this was a vice I had before I was adopted and that continued until Mom got me a psychologist and we worked through it). But, once in a while, I revert back to that behavior, namely when I go out to the vet's office which, fortunately, has only been once a year since I am so healthy. I lost my best friend Gizmo, about this time last year, to a horrible disease and I was very sad for awhile. But I have two wonderful sisters, Miss Latte and Miss Chloe (aka Missy"), 1-1/2 years old, who keep me busy with romping, chasing, exploring and just hanging out. I have grown to love them a lot and enjoy those moments when they cuddle up to me and let me groom them. I know they love me too. I also enjoy curling up on Mom's desk to keep her company while she works. I anxiously wait for her to say "OK, that's enough for tonight...ready for a bedtime snack?"...Oh yes, I am always ready for a snack. I love to eat...I am known as the clean up meezer, 'cause I lick my sisters' bowls clean after they walk away. At night, we all jump into bed with Mom and Dad, and, since I am the oldest, I get to sleep between them, snuggling up against them and kissing them goodnight. Mom tells me how proud she is of me and that I have come a long way. I enjoy company now, no longer afraid and no longer run to hide under the bed when the doorbell rings. In fact, I am the first one to the door. Miss Chloe is the scaredy cat now (no pun intended), but she's getting better, thanks to me. Mom says she was so lucky to find me 'cause I was shuffled about so much in my first two years...but, I think I am luckier and I tell her every day in my own special way....I am quite the talker. Thank you Siamese Rescue for finding me a special home and my Mom says thank you too, for helping her to find me and for making her life so much happier and worthwhile.

2/21/15 - Well, it has now been 7 years since I found my furever home. We remain a family of 6 including Mom, Dad, Rags, Miss Latte, Miss Chloe and yours truly. I just recently had my annual check up and remain in good health, but I occasionally have trouble with a "weeping" eye, which doc attributes to allergy. I don't know why because I am an indoor cat only....won't even go near a door. I have become a lap cat, enjoying time with both Mom and Dad when they get home from work and I am the first one to jump up, when it's bedtime. My permanent sleeping spot right is right between Mom and Dad. My sisters stay at the bottom. Mom tells me everyday how much she loves me and I thank her everyday for taking me in, but giving her head butts and lots of snuggles. Life is great!

1/25/16 - Wow, another year has come and gone. This past year I lost my brother Rags, who was treated for something called "hypothyroidism" for several years. He and I were the "men" of the family. I really missed him but after time, those two sisters of mine, Miss Chloe and Miss Latte, helped to keep my mind off of this by their bossy, diva attitudes. Women! Then, during the summer, someone abandoned a two week old kitten, that really needed my mom's love and care. I didn't mind when Mom decided to keep him, I was really happy to have another man around the house. I had my annual check up with Dr. John and was given another clean bill of health. I still have an occasional incident where I over-groom, but nothing like when I first came into the Siamese network. Just a tuft here and a tuft there. I am a quiet, loving lap cat who continues to snuggle between Mom and Dad at night. When people first meet me, they are a little scared because of my really long canine teeth. They think I'm a saber-tooth tiger..can you believe that? Life continues to be good for me. One of the pictures shows me napping in front of the large bay window. I love this sunny spot. The other meezer above me, is my sister Chloe. Sometimes all four of us nap here. I don't like having my picture taken, but Mom tried and is sending along three pics. Don't forget to check out my large canines, but don't be scared. I'm a cuddle bug! Until next time, Love to all, Simba.

1/21/17 - Hello all...It has been nine years since Mom adopted me. Where does the time go? I remain a healthy and content loving lap cat. After my brother Rags crossed the rainbow bridge, I took over his spot has Dad's on-going lap cat. I follow him around like a dog, reminding him that I want him to go down to his comfy Lazy Boy so that I can cuddle as we both kick back. Especially after dinner, when I constantly yell at him, becoming loud and unrelenting until the goes down those steps to the family room. My doc has given me a clean bill of health....so glad because I resent the car trips to his office. Occasionally I still pull some tufts of fur out. Mom can't understand why as I don't appear stressed in any way. I don't understand either but think it might just be a bad habit I've had since I was first placed in rescue. I had a rough first two years jumping around from place to place, but then Mom got me and I began my happily ever after life. The little abandoned cat (Alex) that Mom decided to keep has become my good friend which fills the void when I lost Rags. Sometimes, in the summer, Mom lets me go on the deck (with continual supervision, of course) and I am enclosing a couple pics. Mom keeps reminding me how special I am and I continue to take over more and more of the bed at night..haha! Space is limited with 2 humans and 4 cats...I keep suggesting an upgrade to a King bed. As I said above, Life is Good!!!!

(Last update: Jan 21st, 2017 12pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Jacee
ID#: VA11788
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 4mon
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 10/30/16
Adopted: 12/21/16
Congrats: Priscilla
Foster: Jane

Foster Notes

infoKitten Policies apply
JACEE
I am a kitten with a small body and a big voice. I have learned how to eat and I love to dig in and get my meals. I am growing but it will be awhile before I can go to my forever home. I think I will be the boss.
Notes from Home
Saki is perfect, and she and her brother could not be better matched. Like i tell them before bed at night, we will love and protect these babies every day of their lives. Mommy jane and aunt karen are family now!
(Last update: Jan 21st, 2017 9am)

MR. BAILEY
My foster my says I'm a WOW! She thinks I'm swell & I am already giving her a lot of head butts & loving. I'm just a happy go lucky blue boy!

So lets see if I can be your New Year's Resolution! Click on the button & ask all about me!

Purrs & head butts,
Mr. Bailey
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Mr. Bailey
ID#: VA8260
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 12/20/11
Adopted: 01/15/12
Deceased: 01/20/17
Congrats: Susan
Foster: Debi


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

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Notes from Home
Oct 2013: James is a HOOT - everything you'd think a rambunctous boy should be. Loves to play and carry his toys around in his mouth, will bring them to you to play fetch. Has lately discovered that I have long hair and so waits next to the shower each morning to attack it while it's wet. Smart little guy and quite a pest to his big sisters. Also pretty clingy to me when the others are asleep (which is most of the time).

Jan 2017: James became abruptly ill, very serious very quickly. Tests showed brain abnormalities and a buildup of fluid in the brain. I had to let him go across the bridge. He was an outstanding cat, a huge personality, and I loved everything about him. I am crushed. The sudden illness might possibly be explained by the simultaneous discovery that he was FeLV positive. He was negative when I adopted him, has never been in contact with any unknown cats anywhere, and all five other cats in the house tested negative. I had to rush them all in for testing and vaccines immediately. We are all stumped about that.

(Last update: Jan 20th, 2017 1pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Bennet
ID#: VA11823
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 11/20/16
Adopted: 12/20/16
Congrats: Cathleen
Foster: Chelsea

Foster Notes

This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
BENNET
From a hoarding group of cats, I am scared of people for the most part but I'm making progress because I sure do a lot of slow blinking to try to make friends and if you allow me to sniff you first then I let you pet me on the head and ears although sometimes I still hiss. I even tried eating food from Foster Mom's hand, it was good and yummy and it wasn't that scary.

I am cat friendly and totally non political so would really like to have a playful kitty buddy. I also am really good in my litterbox and have a healthy appetite. I am really cute and I like to play with toys. Do you have a cat dancer toy because that is my absolute favorite!

So, If you have a lot of patience and don't mind a little project to keep you occupied for a month or two, possibly three, then go ahead and ask about me.

Notes from Home
Bennet has settled in well. It took two weeks of accommodation (me spending the evenings with him in "his room") for him to relax enough to join the family. He is very affectionate with me and sleeps with me and the other cats on the bed at night. He also tries to be very affectionate with my two other cats, who don't return the affection but at least tolerate him. I've seen Mimi giving him some licks, so maybe we are moving in a positive direction there! He remains skittish. I can't put two hands on him at once or touch his tummy, but I've learned to read his body language and back off when he starts to tense up. He's started to learn I will back off and so does not flip out and run away when I let go. We both have learning to do. He's a very good eater (he'll eat the other cats' food if they would let him) with good litter box habits. Bennet loves to play. He has a knack for finding bits of packing tape or a twist tie and going at it. He seems to ignore store-bought toys.
(Last update: Jan 20th, 2017 8am)

BEN
Meowmy says I'm a big handsome guy with a strong personality. I do well with the other male cats here, but pick on the girls, so meowmy said no girls for me that couldn't stand up to me. I like meowmy ok, but really like a mans lap better. I'd probably do better with only one or two other cats in the home at the most, as long as none of them were timid, "victim" kitties.

I have good litter box habits, eat my dinner with no complaints, and love to sleep on the bed. I love to play with my catnip toys too!

What do you think? Want a handsome hunk like me around? If so, ask about me and maybe I could come charm your house hold of humans.

Bentley
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Ben
ID#: VA11699
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
DateIn: 09/15/16
Adopted: 12/18/16
Congrats: Nancy
Foster: Jeanne

Foster Notes

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
Bentley has been with me for one month now and is doing very well! It has taken all this time for him to start exploring outside his safe domain of my bedroom. I have a 6 year old 60 lb dog and they are starting to get used to each other. I haven't allowed the dog in the bedroom so Bentley knows he's safe. It is wonderful to see him start to leave the bedroom and come find me. One day I hope the dog and cat can be friends. I'll keep you posted!!
(Last update: Jan 19th, 2017 1pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Camilla
ID#: VA7479
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 12/23/10
Adopted: 01/19/11
Congrats: Tara
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
CAMILLA
Tossed outside when my family was moving, thank goodness there was someone around to bring me to the shelter, who called Siamese Rescue, otherwise I might have found myself buried under all the snow! Despite an insensitive family the first time around, I have faith there is another family out there who will give me the opportunity to blossom. I have great faith and do the purr and headbutt thing after only the slightest bit of hesitation, but there are a lot of new things I haven't yet experienced and I find some of those things downright scary! Health and habits are good though, no problems there, so a quieter home with a friendly (please make him cute) male to model after might be just the ticket!
Notes from Home
Camilla has been renamed to Zelda. Zelda appears to know exactly what she wants at all times. She is vocal when she wants our attention, especially at feeding time. She eats well and is remains on portion control. After being approved to leave isolation, Zelda decided she needed/wanted more time. She slowly got curious with the critter waving like a crazy dude under the door. She has decided to join him and they are now best buddies. Zinc (her adopted brother) is full tilt high energy and Zelda seems to love it 98% of the time. Zelda will take the afternoon and retreat for sleeping. Both kitties love to play together. At night when they attempt to allow the humans to sleep, you can hear them running the Daytona 500 on the first floor.

They do take rests from the playing. We have seen them carefully cleaning each other. Their favorite toy to interact with the humans in the peacock feathers.

Zelda's comfort appearance is so different than when we got her. She stands tall now, struts, and is able to relax enough to lay down and show her stripes and spots. She is absolutely beautiful. Zelda doesn't appear to be terrified of men any more. She loves Jason, Riley and Uncle Dave. She will go to everyone for pets, as long as it is on her terms. :-)

What a fabulous girl! Thank you, Siri!

1 fabulous year with the New Kitties! The year has been a quick one. Zelda (aka Camilla) has really gotten used to her new home. She is now the QUEEN cat and the ruler of the rest of us. Her feline brother takes good care of her. They get a lot of exercise and cuddle when they sleep. Every night they wait until the humans get completely quiet then the Thunder Paw Festivities begin. House guests have complained about the non stop noise or fun they have.

Zelda has become Daddy's girl. She had us all fooled about not liking men. He is her absolute favorite. She enjoys everyone's company on her own terms. She loves anyone that knows how to open up the cat food cans. Zelda and Zinc sleep with the adult humans every night when they finish their thunder paw sessions. When we wake up they are both snuggled up with Mom and Dad. Zelda's coat has darkened a bit, she now has more spots and darker stripes. She is one beautiful girl. She loves toys and her cozy bed that Grandma bought her from the rescue.

She just had her 1 year vet check up and immunizations. Zelda just can't understand why we took her there again. The good news is that she is very healthy, they want us to exercise her a bit more and reduce the calorie intake a little bit. Oh, and did we mention how clever both kitties are at asking for breakfast on the weekends. Once in a while they are so convincing that they didn't get fed that they have gotten an extra meal here and there. We have a new system to keep that under control. Zelda is a very smart girl and she loves meals. We couldn't be happier with her!

Six year anniversary. Wow, has time flown by. Zelda is the ruler of the house. She is also our alarm clock. Her meals are portion controlled and she would probably like us to change that. She has tried to encourage us to add in another feeding multiple times. The vet said Zelda's weight is good where she is. Zelda is in great health. She had her dental done last year. Zelda is not as skittish any more. She does avoid new comers to the house. If you are a regular guest she will bless you with her presence. She loves to talk and to play. She is a huge part of our family. Thank you to everyone that made this happen. We love this beautiful girl.

(Last update: Jan 19th, 2017 5am)

OSHIE
Si Boy has just lost his mommy because she is very ill. She wants him to have a great forever home, and she is so very sad.

This guy is a robust, handsome love bug!! He plays (but never if you are looking, it is to undignified!) That does not stop him from giving jumping head butts and belly flops for rubs. His purr motor is working fine now, so snatch him up while you can!

Check out the video- a must see!

PERSONAL INFO
Name: Oshie

(FKA Si Boy)

ID#: VA11282
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 01/04/16
Adopted: 02/21/16
Congrats: Hollis
Foster: Huey


This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat

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Notes from Home
Oshie has been with us for two weeks and we could not be happier with him in our home. He is eating wet and dry food, sleeping with us at night, playing all day, and teaching us new things about him all the time.

For example, we delight in watching how he uses his paws as hands. I mean, he is an extremely dexterous cat- he picks things up with them, he holds them, he touches things with them- I have never experienced a cat who uses them in these ways.

He sleeps with us every night, but has begun to creep onto us more and more. He started at our feet, and now he sleeps leaning against us, to sleeping on our chests, and this morning when I woke up, he was sleeping face to face with us.

Oshie is clearly a "pack cat" a doglike quality we hadn't expected but enjoy. He is clearly happiest when we are in the same room, and when we aren't he is on a chair or on a spot where he can see both of us.

We've been experimenting with his all of his different toys, and he has clearly been enjoying his sparkly ball the most. He carries it around, he sleeps with it, he bathes it, he tries to give it us as gifts, its adorable.

He is completely integrated into our house nowadays. As weather is warming up, we've been opening our windows and letting him enjoying the the fresh air. Each morning, when the birds are singing, he has been clicking away at them. Our two front living room doors opens and he can sit in them for full exposure. His look is blissful.

We look forward to discovering more about him.

UPDATE 3/28/16
We have had Oshie for one month. He is still acclimating nicely to our home, and feels totally at ease. The biggest update for him is his recent dental work. When he had his first checkup at the vet, they recommended we do his teeth cleaning. We brought him in last week, and they put him under to do the cleaning and all went well. He had a very tiny tooth extracted that was a bit wiggly, but other than that he only need a scraping and they put a protective coating on the rest of his teeth. He has been eating wet food and dry food successfully, we are varying between wet food in the morning and dry food in the evening. His chin acne is completely gone, and all signs of his upper respiratory illness have disappeared as well. We recently bought a brush and he LOVES brush time every other night. Perhaps our happiest adjustment is that now he lets us scratch and rub his super soft belly. He remains fastidious in his grooming, and has perfect litter box habits. We've attached some new photos below for you to enjoy!

We did a little phot shoot with shoot with Oshie and I have attached the pictures, which turned out beautifully! He is absolutely perfect in everyday and we love him.

UPDATE -August 24, 2016
We couldn't believe it when we received our 6th month anniversary email as it feels like Oshie has been a part of our lives forever. He has grown more affectionate, playful, rambunctious, talkative, and curious in the months since he came home with us. He has come a long way from the shy(amese) cat we first brought home who was afraid to leave the second floor to the busybody he is now who not only has several spots throughout the house he has claimed as his own, but our favorite of all his places is right in the middle of the our bed where he sleeps between us in adorable and equally absurd poses every night.

He is a happy cat, most content when my husband and I are home together with him. The only thing we could complain about are how sharp his claws are that he does not cooperate with efforts to trim, but we are trying to do one claw a night paw by paw so he doesn't get riled up.

I will post pictures soon! We love him very much, he's turned my husband into a self-acknowledge cat lover, though Oshie is more dog than cat and has a pack vibe to our family. We find new things to love every day, and can't wait for all that is to come!

UPDATE-1/18/17
Even though we're just 3 days shy of our 11-month anniversary since we drove home from PA with our new cat, we're posting this update as our annual recap for Year One of life with Oshie. This initially reserved cat has completely bonded (imprinted?) with both of us, though Chris is very favorite person. He follows around the house, sleeping on the couch pillows while we watch tv downstairs, sitting on the corner of the desk observing Chris work, or taking a sunbath on the top shelf of the bookcase in my office while I work on the computer. He loves to run and jump off furniture in the basement that he views as his playroom, but slips away up to the attic to sleep in peace on an old dog bed when he wants a safe distance between him and our cleaning lady (who he associates with vacuums). He sleeps curled up against our legs every night and regularly seeks out mini-love/snuggle fests from us but also enjoys doing his own thing and various adventures as it pleases him. His health, appearance, weight, and litter box continue to be spotless; we had one tooth removed shortly after bringing him home, but the surgery only appeared to put him in happier spirits. While still a little shy at the first arrival of a stranger, he has also jumped on the couch and curled into the laps of several visitors within 10 minutes of entering our home. OSHA is very playful, he has a basket of toys he enjoys digging through and picking from, but catnip bananas are his favorite and have been replaced several times. The only thing he loves playing with more, we discovered this fall, are actual mice, and he has a real talent at hunting them. This fall, he killed three, successfully eliminating what we worried would be a mouse problem. Two were given to Chris as gifts, one by his bag and one dropped directly on his chest while lying in bed one morning. While we tease Oshie for being lazy when he can barely keep his eyes open at 9 pm after napping through an entire day, we couldn't be more pleased to have him do such a good job mousing. Thanks to all his play, exploring, and fun horseplay running like a maniac around the house, he's cut 2 pounds from his arrival weight to a trim 11 lbs.





(Last update: Jan 18th, 2017 9pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Mimi

(FKA Galadriel)

ID#: VA11816
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 5mon
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 11/13/16
Adopted: 12/18/16
Congrats: Lamya
Foster: Nancy


infoKitten Policies apply
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
MIMI
Lovely, gentle,sweet little fluffinator looking so hopefully
for a gentle pet and cuddle. Loves her chin scritches
and smoochies.

Still a bit suspicious of hands coming at me, but I really like
to be cuddled. Momma says I'm doing great, considering my
beginnings under a shed in someone's backyard.

I need a quieter home with another gentle, playful cat or kitten who can show
me how great the inside life can be. Gentle patient pawrents needed to continue
my studies in Socialization 101. Well, maybe 102 or 103 by the time I can go home
in mid-late December.

11/22/16

Galadriel is definitely the alpha of the trio of kittens. Brave and assertive and self
appointed protector. :)


Galadriel

Named for the beautiful elfin queen that helped protect
middle earth in momma's favorite movie series "The Lord of the Rings."

Notes from Home
It feels like I have had Mimi here forever! She has grown in size and in character. She walks around knowing fully well she is the head of this household. She is learning the meaning of no and reacts pretty well to it, although she still ges into everything and is always trying to steal my food! She and Charlie have become inseparable; they play all day and all night, nap together, groom each other, and of course harass meowm together. She has adapted so well to the new microchip feeders and the nee automatic litterbox. She drinks a ton of water because she is running all the time (vet confirmed no diabetes, because I got worried). She squirms but does well when i trim her nails and brush her teeth. She loves to come up to my at night and cuddle. She is a little love bug with the biggest purr box! Overall I am so happy to have found her, and I think Charlie is even happier.
(Last update: Jan 18th, 2017 9pm)

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