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HRH KATHARINE DUCHESS OF BENT
I'm a Blue Tortie! Bet you've never seen one - Foster Mom hadn't. Blue, white, cream, gray, pink. And a snowshoe to boot!

I get along so well with all the cats and dog here they're beginning to think I'm supposed to be here. But no, I need my very own home where I can make somebody else happy!

I've been here long enough - ask about me and let's see if I should be with you!

Love

Coral

PERSONAL INFO
Name: HRH Katharine Duchess of Bent

(FKA Coral)

ID#: VA10631
Location:  Florida
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
DateIn: 02/15/15
Adopted: 10/24/15
Congrats: Terri
Foster: Donna


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Notes from Home
Hello Everyone,

It’s October, and time for my annual update.

Hello, and greetings from the Boston area! Hard to believe I’ve been living with my human for about 4 years now. It feels like I’ve always been with her!!! Living here in Concord during the summer and in Florida in the winter has been pretty good. Although, I must admit I miss hanging out on the lanai in Florida, and watching all the critters. I especially enjoy seeing the deer, and their fawns. One time, I really saw Bambi playing with Thumper. Really! It was sooo cute.

But I digress.

My human tells me as soon as she sells her Concord condo, we’re moving to Florida for good! Yippee! She has sold the condo, but it won’t close until April next year. Odd arrangement, but if she’s happy then so am I. That means we spend a winter up here, and I’ll be able to see white stuff fall from the sky in a few months. But what do I care. I don’t go outside, so I’ll be watching this through the windows. Me and my sister, Lizzie.

Lizzie is turning into a right proper cat. She’s one years old and no longer a kitten. I am very proud that I was able to help her along - understanding the value in sleeping in the human’s bed, eating only the finest treats, playing hard-to-get, telling the human that the food dish needs to be topped off.

Just like me, Lizzie has never seen snow. I suspect she’ll be fascinated with it. She’s so easily distracted by window looky-loos.... squirrels (they are so much bigger here than in Florida)... birds...multi-colored leaves falling from trees.

So, I’ve learned some “cute” tricks, including cleaning my human’s face, sitting on her stomach at night, and jumping on her back. She just laughs and laughs. Humans are so simple sometimes, so easily amused aren’t they?

Well, it’s time for me to hit the watering hole (aka water bowls) to appease my thirst. Hope you have been well.

Best regards,
Katie
aka HRH Katharine, Duchess of Bent Tree. 💕 🎉 🐾






















(Last update: Oct 15th, 2019 6pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Sebastian

(FKA Jinx)

ID#: VA11550
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 06/29/16
Adopted: 07/16/16
Congrats: Michele
Foster: Jane

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
SEBASTIAN
Hey, Jinx is the name and here is my story. Well let me tell you that the last few months have not been so good. Somehow I ended up being unwanted and finding myself a stray on the streets. A very nice person saw me and my next stop was an animal shelter with lots of other cats. As you can imagine, that was a bit of a shock too. Then, luckily for me, along came Siamese Rescue and they came to collect me from the shelter and placed me in a foster home. Well, then my luck started to turn around. And despite being given a yukky bath and having my nails trimmed, it really was not so bad. However in the meantime, I came down with a kitty cold and bingo some of the hairs on my lovely dark seal mask on my face started to turn white. Well despite inspecting it every day, it is still there. But I have heard it will turn back to my normal beautiful coloring after a few months. So I am hoping that my luck will change now, especially as you are reading this and soon I will find myself in a loving home, with no more animal shelters in sight. I really am a well behaved boy. Loving, laid back and calm. I love to snuggle with my family at night. Extremely good litter box habits. What more can you ask for in a cat. Looking forward to meeting you soon. Jinx

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Notes from Home
It’s so hard to believe that Sebastian, aka Sir Sebastian, aka His Highness, has only been here 5 and ½ weeks, he settled in so quickly. Within an hour of opening his cage he was eating, drinking, and moving litter in his box. Over the time we’ve been together we’ve learned a lot about each other. I think he still has moments where he’s not sure he’s in his fur-ever home, especially when friends he’s meeting for the first time come to visit. I think he’s afraid he’ll be going home with them, but I keep telling him he’s stuck with me forever.

Before he and I met, his foster meowmy, Jane, warned me that he is a Velcro kitty who becomes quite attached to his human. Oh, boy, is he ever Velcro. I almost never have to wonder where in the house he is, as he’s laying right by my side, even in the bathroom. One of his favorite activities is to sit next to me on the kitchen counter and intently watch me prepping ingredients for whatever I’m cooking. I’m pretty sure he’s judging me on my technique. In his favor, though, he does not attempt to eat anything on the counter. He doesn’t seem to like people food at all. He’s just curious about what I’m doing.

He LOVES his toys. Especially his little krinkle balls and mousies, which he takes great pleasure in losing under furniture, and his turbo ball. Shhhh. Don’t tell him, but a Cat Dancer toy is on order. Because our friend Konnee found a toy hidden under the stove, he now thinks there is magic toy portal underneath there, and spends a lot of time lying next to the appliance waiting for more toys to appear. We also spend time almost every day playing with bubbles. Jumping up and popping them with his paws is a favorite sport. He is also a fetcher. He will bring krinkle balls to me so I can throw them for him to retrieve.

Sebastian has also taken over my bed. He insisted on sleeping with me his very first night at home. He lulled me into compliance with purrs and biscuit making. Now he thinks nothing of stretching out on his back right in the middle of the bed, leaving me to somehow curl myself around him to find space for myself. It’s hard to be mad at him for this though, when he wakes me up in the morning with purrs and cuddles. It’s also hard to get angry with a kitty who sleeps with his tongue hanging out.

There is only one bad habit my boy has, and that’s biting. He rarely bites hard, and he seems to use it as a form of communication, usually to say, “I don’t want to be pet right now, I want to play with you.” However, there are times when the bites seem to be for no good reason other than that he’s in a mood. I’m trying the “say ‘OUCH’ very loudly, and then ignore him” technique. I’m having some success with that. He definitely looks contrite when he realizes that he hurt me. I’m pretty sure he’s had a bit of abuse in his past, so I make a concerted effort to be very patient and gentle with him. He’s coming around. With the huge strides he’s made in just under six weeks, I can only imagine what he’s going to be like in six months.

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Well, six months has come and gone...

His Royal Highness, Sebastian, has finally deemed the house his and is now allowing me to live here, and buy his food and treats and toys and litter, and pay the bills. It took about four months, but he is now very clear with everyone he meets that I am his human. Many mornings we wake up with our arms around each other, and there are many nights when my sleep is interrupted by a purring, drooling, ball of fluff rolling around my head, usually though I just wake up with him perched somewhere on my body.

However, even though my boy had settled into his furever home, there was something missing. Sebastian seemed a bit lonely for feline companionship. So when we’d been together about five months, the opportunity to adopt him a pair of kitten sisters arose and we jumped on it. It took about six days for him to accept that the littles, as we call them, would be a permanent part of his home. He now loves having Harper and Maxine in his life. He grooms them, and wrestles with them, and cuddles with them, and is very easy going when they push him out of the way to eat his food, or they steal his very favorite pompom balls. I’m not sure that the girls could have asked for a better big brother.

My boy still gets a bit bitey from time to time. Often when I’m petting him, and fall asleep on the job, I’m awakened by a nip. I also get nips, on my feet, when I’m not getting breakfast together in a timely enough manner. If the bites are because he doesn’t want to be pet, he will give me a warning snap first, or he’ll just gently wrap his jaw around my wrist to tell me, “no.” Usually with a few calm words he realizes the error of his ways and we can resume what we were doing, or he will move away from me. Overall, though, his bites are just one form of communication he uses. He is much more vocal now than when he first arrived, and in addition to having the most handsome face, he also has one of the most expressive faces I’ve ever seen on a kitty. It is rare that I can’t figure out what he’s thinking by just looking at that face.

Overall, Sebastian has been the best addition to my home. I give thanks every day to Siamese Cat Rescue for bringing us together.

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Sebastian is still the Prince of the Household, and at the same time one of the most adaptable and easy going cats I've ever met. We're at the one year Adoptaversary mark and there isn't one day that I'm not grateful to Siamese Cat Rescue Center for bringing us together.

His Royal Highness and I did a countdown starting mid-June, and most every day we talked about where he was last year at this time, starting with being at the Baltimore County shelter, and then at Foster Jane's, and finally we're at the day when he was put on the Meezer Express where I finally met him when he reached the end of the line at Foster Jackie's in Bethlehem, PA.

The past six months have been a little rocky health-wise. In late March Sebastian developed a bad Upper Respiratory Infection and while he received an antibiotic injection to clear that up, we ran some tests to see what else might be going on. We unexpectedly found out that he has Feline Herpes and Bartonella. The Herpes isn't curable and seems to be what causes the Upper Respiratory Infections, so we need to watch him for that, but the good news is that he's not likely to pass it on to his sisters. The Bartonella, on the other hand, is one of those Zoo-noses diseases (Cat Scratch Fever), so he was on a course of specially compounded antibiotics for the whole month of April. He was so good about taking his medication. He never ran away from me, or complained about me forcing his mouth open with the syringe each day and squirting it down his throat.

He continues to be such a great big brother to his kitten sisters, who apparently turn a year old the same day (give or take) he and I became a family. As expected, the girls are both bigger than his now eleven(!) pounds, so that puts him at risk of losing their on-going tag team wrestling matches. So far he's holding his own. In addition to wrestling, he loves playing with them (turbo ball anyone?), sitting in the open windows with them, and grooming them. He is almost always the cream to their Oreo cookies when they sleep together. They are all at peace with each other, which is all I ever wanted.

The best news of all is that the biting seems to be going away. He still snaps at me from time to time, but not any where near as ferociously. He almost never makes contact these days, and if he does it's not enough to even break skin. The little spray bottles, and time and love, seem to have done their job.

So, now that year one is in the history books, we look forward to the next twenty and beyond.

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Today is our Gotcha Day Anniversary. It's so hard to believe my boy has been with me two years already. It seems like he's always been part of my life. Sebastian is now more velcro than ever. I am his human and he has no time for anyone else, well, maybe a little time for other people and some time for his sisters, but he is very clear about who mama is. We recently discussed the fact that he's now been Sebastian longer than he has been any other name he might have had, and has lived with me longer than he has with anyone else. I'd say we are now a bonded pair.

This year has been a very healthy year for His Highness, and he passed his annual physical last week with flying colors. He now weighs a whopping 11.7 pounds! That's up nearly 4 pounds from when he moved in, but it's a lot of muscle weight. He is a solid cat.

He continues to do very well with his sisters and has no problem allowing me to spend time petting and associating with them. He spends time playing with them, too, and naps in between them. I call him their Oreo filling, because they don't like to sleep next to each other.

His biting issue is still there. We had an incident earlier in the spring where he bit my arm hard enough to draw blood. His punishment for doing that was being completely ignored by me until the next morning. That did not make him a happy kitty at all. Since then the behavior has abated quite a bit. When he does put teeth on me he just needs to be reminded “no bites” and he backs down, or he's chased away from my vicinity. Honestly, if this is the only quirk he has for the rest of his life, I will live with it since he is perfect in every other way.

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I'm a bit late posting this year. Another Gotcha Day Anniversary has come and gone. Sebastian has lived with me for three years, and is five years old. I always forget that he didn't come as a kitten because it seems like I've always had him in my life, and I think this year he has completely forgotten that he ever had a life before living here. We often talk about how he's been Sebastian much longer than he was any other name before.

For the most part my boy has been very healthy this year. We had a little bobble back in April when get contracted a URI, but we went right to the doctor and an antibiotic cleared it up in not time. We think it might have been the new housekeeper not venting the bathroom properly when she was using bleach. She has been advised with regard to what to do now (although she denies it was her, so we're looking for someone else who has more respect for all the living beings in the house.)

He's still a bitey boy, although it's gotten much better. He knows that it does not get him what he wants, which is usually attention. It gets him chased away from me, sometimes with the dreaded penny can, and ignored for a good long while, although not nearly as long as when he drew blood last year.

The major new development this year has been that Sebastian has found his voice. He has become very talkative. He doesn't have the Siamese voice, it's much softer; not every kitty can be absolutely perfect. But who knew that he had so much to say. Sometimes he'll wake me up at 5:30 in the morning just to chat, and roll and drool on my face. He also tells me about his day when I get home from work, and all sorts of other kitty secrets. He has so much to say that sometimes he talks in his sleep and wakes up talking.

I could go on for hours about how this boy has changed my life for the better and how much I love him and look forward to many more years of cuddles and purrs from my guy, but I won't bore you since you have your Meezers who do the same for you.


(Last update: Oct 9th, 2019 3am)

LILY
My former owners said they were unable to care for me anymore and they dumped me at the animal shelter like a piece of trash. The nice people at the shelter called Foster Meowm and she came and got me out so now I'm at this kitty bed and breakfast looking for my furever home !

Foster Meowm says there's nothing to dislike - I'm young, healthy, affectionate and loving and since I'm declawed, you don't have to worry about your furniture.

If you'd like more info, go ahead and ask about me. Foster Meowm will be happy to give you all the info available about me.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Lily

(FKA Krystal)

ID#: VA8813
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
DateIn: 09/22/12
Adopted: 10/14/12
Congrats: Melinda
Foster: Joyce

Foster Notes

This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5

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Notes from Home
10/3/2019 – Lily’s 7 year Adoptaversary and her 10th Birthday. This past year has been wonderful, not only for Lily but also for her brother Neeko. They are so good together and I continue to be so grateful for the time the VA Siamese Rescue puts in to matching cats with new homes. Both Lily and Neeko are the loves of my life. Both are doing so well.

10/17/2018 – Lily’s 6 year Adoptaversary - Lily is my princess. She just keeps getting more loving, almost to a fault. She spends quite a bit of time on my desk sleeping, sunning, walking around, using my arm as a headrest or just grooming me. She is now in her leopard Millie bed next to my desk. I just love her and can't imagine life without her (and Neeko). I moved to a new condo almost 2 years ago and I think it really helped even out the cat territory her. It is wonderful. Lily's new thing is to sit by the front door, which has glass panels, and watch people and dogs go by. I am truly blessed.

10/14/2015 – Lily’s 3 year Adoptaversary
It is hard to imagine time going by so quickly and Lily changing so much over the past year. The shy little cat is now the talk of the town, well Facebook anyway. She is social, loves people, head butts and rubs. She is still not crazy about being picked up, but that works out well since Neeko, my Blue Point, is always in my arms. Lily and Neeko truly seem to be enjoying each other now. Lots of play and sunning together and grooming each other. I am blessed to have been chosen for Lily and hope we have many wonderful years to come. Thank you Siamese Rescue for making my life, and Lily’s, better.

FIRST POST
Lily is doing great! She ate, drank and used her litter box right away. I have her in my bedroom and have been slowly letting her see Neeko. They have already had some room switches to start them getting use to each others scent. Neeko seems like he really wants to play with Lily but she is hissing but not as stand off as she was the first time I cracked the bedroom door open (have 3 baby gates across it) so they can get used to seeing and smelling each other. She is so small and adorable. I slept with her part of the night last night and she is purring, licking my arms and making bread all over the place. I think she really knows she is home. Hoping to try an open door by Friday. Mostly waiting for the hissing to die down. I'll keep you posted.

10/16/2012 Neeko got over the gates into the room with Lily. I came around the corner and there he was sitting on the other side of the gates. Lily was on the tall dresser just lying there. He really wants to get to know her.

10/17/2012 Slept some with Lily and some with Neeko again last night. This morning, both of them sat on either side of the gate and meowed. Lily hissed just a little but did not back up. When I walked away she cried and cried and cried. I switched them again, Neeko in the bedroom and Lily running free. Then I switched them back and Lily cried and cried and cried. Not sure how much longer I can take the crying..........

10/18/2012 Name change to Lily. It just fits. My new Little Lily! Lily is out of quarantine. I couldn't stand it any longer and Neeko kept climbing the gates, Lily kept crying so freedom is hers. She is still hissing a bit at Neeko who just wants to buddy up to her but they are getting closer and closer to each other and it seems to be more peaceful even in the short amount of time. Thank goodness he isn't at all upset, at least he certainly doesn't seem to be. Lily has made herself at home. One of her favorite spots is on top of my tall dresser. Another place she found today is the window by my desk. Lily in the window on one side, Neeko in his bed on the other. She is calming down and starting to settle in. I think we are all going to be very very happy together.

10/24/2012 Lily is starting to get a bit of routine. She and Neeko are more and more tolerant of each other, even some chases have gone on (playtime chases). Every now and then some growls but all in all amazing progress in such a short amount of time. I actually woke up this morning and got to pet both of them on either side of me in bed, hooray!!! Both cats headed to the vet tomorrow for a check up. Will keep you posted. Love her!!!!

10/30/2012 Both cats went to the Vet last Thursday and both of my cats are doing well. They each had a few sneezes and so the vet gave us a round of antibiotics just to be on the safe side. Lily and Neeko are starting to play together. It is wonderful to see. They are also both in bed with me at the same time and Sunday night, both slept on the sofa together (photo posted). I know Lily feels more and more at home with each passing day and as that happens, her personality is really starting to come through. She is a sweet, silly and loving. I am so grateful to have her.

11/25/2012 Well, it has been a little over a month since Lily arrived at her forever home. She is much calmer now,but still not completely com fy with much touching, unless it is her idea. She and Neeko have shared a few windows together, sniffing each other and tolerating it for a minute and they have been playing more and more tag, getting closer and closer. Lately I hold her, just briefly, the way I do with Neeko, pet her then kiss her and put her down very gently. This seems to help her to be more and more comfortable with getting rubs and being close. I love my little Lily.

LILY UPDATE April 14, 2013
Siamese Rescue just sent me an email reminding me Lily has been here for 6 months but now it feels like she has been with me a lifetime. I just love her. She and Neeko are doing quite well. They get closer and closer with each passing week. Lily is a perfect match so far for our home and I feel blessed she came to live with us. Some days I think I should have named her Thumper because she'll do that crazy Thumper thing with her back leg, just cracks me up. Also, when Lily arrived she weighed 3.5 pounds. She is small and we have not been back to the Vet yet, but know she is much healthier. She is still a very small cat but I know she gained at least a much needed pound or two. Posted a photo of Lily and Neeko watching a Robin build a nest outside the window together. Seems to sum it up for me. I LOVE MY LILY!!!


LILY UPDATE March 10, 2013
Well it has been a little over 4 months and I don't think Lily is a diva, I think she was just a little nervous and/or scared. She is really coming out of her shell. She grooms my arms and sleeps with me now. Also finally enjoying some petting. Last week for the first time I woke up and there a larger than usual bump in the bed and there I found Lily and Neeko actually curled up together. Magic is happening here at our house and it makes me so so happy. They are grooming each other a bit and sitting on the window seat together and playing together. I still have to be calm and patient with Lily but her trust in me has grown and grown and I feel so blessed that she came to live with us. Her face is also all black again too. Will post some new photos soon. I love my Lily.

LILY UPDATE October 7, 2013
The Adoptiversary is approaching fast. It has been nearly a year since Lily came to live with us. In that time she has blossomed from a small little girl who jumped at nearly everything, who didn't really care to be touched, and avoided me and Neeko, into a charming young lady. She has turned out to be the perfect kitty for Neeko and I, the balance is amazing. She and Neeko now play together, groom each other, sleep together (or in very close proximity), hang out in the same places together and both sleep with me. Lily even comes now for head butts, petting, playtime and even enjoys licking me (I am sure she enjoys this licking much much more than I as she is relentless sometimes). Lately she has even allowed me to hold and kiss her a little which is huge for her and now she has taken to climbing behind me in my chair when I'm working. When I come home, they both greet me together and I love it. It is a real challenge now as well to go in any room and close a door on either of them, but Lily is the vocal one about it. She just doesn't like to be away from me now. By the way, getting licks right now as I write this. LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!!

LILY UPDATE October 27, 2014
Happy Adoptiversary again. It has been two years since Lily came to live with us. My how time flies. When Lily had her first vet checkup she weighed 3.5 pounds. She now weighs a healthy 8 pounds and has a silky coat. Lily has truly blossomed this year and she and Neeko have become friends. I even catch them sleeping together or grooming each other sometimes. They even lay behind me on the chair together when I'm watching TV, which I just never thought would happen. Lily is so loved she even got a Halloween card from a friend of mine. The ability of the Siamese Rescue to match my cat Neeko and I with a cat like Lily is truly amazing.

(Last update: Oct 4th, 2019 10am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Anderson
ID#: VA4854
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 16 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Flame
Date In: 04/04/07
Adopted: 07/21/07
Deceased: 01/01/19
Congrats: Jean
Foster: Lynda

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
ANDERSON
RAGGEDY ANDY - no way not me. I'm dashing. I have good manners, grooming, bathroom and eating habits.

I have moved up to page 2 because so very many kitties found new mums and pa paws. Now you want to look at all those cute little fuzzy kittens on the end pages. That's fine if you're into that sort of thing. I'm over all those crazy antics, but still have my youth. I won't climb your drapes, but I do love laps and being carried around. I'm just as cute if I do say so myself and check out my movie clip-I'm lightning fast too.

Click on Ask About Me and Foster Mom will be more than happy to sing my praises.

Love,
Andy

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Notes from Home
Anderson (Andy)
Crossed the Rainbow Bridge Aug. 2019

(Last update: Oct 3rd, 2019 9am)

LILY
The nerve of some people! There I was happy and healthy in my home with Mom and my feline sibling, and the landlord told my mom that one of us had to go. She cried when she had to give me up, but she thought I could adapt to a new home better than my sis could. I've been around children and dogs, and I think I can handle anything. Now that I'm getting used to my new surroundings, I'm really starting to show what a loving lady I am. There's nothing I won't headbutt and rub against. I'm a beautiful lady looking for a new home. Hope to hear from you soon.

Purrs,
Lily
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Lily
ID#: VA4050
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 03/11/06
Adopted: 04/23/06
Deceased: 01/01/19
Congrats: Jean
Foster: Eva



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Lily,
Crossed the Rainbow Bridge Sept. 2019

(Last update: Oct 3rd, 2019 9am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Harley

(FKA Betsy Blue)

ID#: VA12991
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 06/08/19
Adopted: 07/20/19
Congrats: Thomas
Foster: Jeanne


HARLEY
Hey, Blue here. I was turned into a shelter by a person who didn't want to care for me and my siblings. I have a short little tail, a good appetite, and good litter box manners. I'd really love to go to a home that has another cat or kitten for me to play and wrestle with. If I sound like what you're looking for, ask about me.

Purrs,
Betsy

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Notes from Home
October 2, 2019
Harley is doing GREAT! She is such a sweet kitten. She greets me at the door every night when I come home from work. She comes when I call her, plays fetch, and loves to watch the fish tank on Debs notepad. She even watches TV . She's very playful and full of energy. That little tail of hers is so darn cute. She wags it all the time. We call it her 'Question Mark'. She snuggles in bed with us and show no favoritism. She gets along fine with her big brother, Grayson, and winds about half of their little boxing matches. She loves to get a running start and take down the big brother. We bought a covered pet strolled and try to take her and Grayson out every night for a walk. They love the smells and seeing the wildlife in our neighborhood. The know to jump in the stroller when we ask them if they want to go for a walk. Unbelievable! Harley is so smart and trainable that she will do pretty much anything I say. She is fascinated by the water running down the glass shower stall each morning when I take a shower. Absolutely fascinated. Very cute little girl who is enjoying being with us and we enjoy her, too.
Tom & Deb

(Last update: Oct 2nd, 2019 9am)

GRAYSON
Hello, I'm Grayson,

I am almost 5 months old and love to play and run and wrestle. I also love it when meowmy holds me and I purr real loud to let her know how happy I am. I eat all the delicious food she gives and she said I'm a little gentleman in my litter box. She said I'm the perfect little man.

I'd love a forever home with my own fur sister to play with. Is that yours? Ask about me and maybe I can come purr for you.

Purrs,
Grayson
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Grayson
ID#: VA13029
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 07/15/19
Adopted: 08/03/19
Congrats: Thomas
Foster: Jeanne

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Notes from Home
October 2, 2019
Grayson has adjusted well. He is sometimes stand-offish with new people but very friendly with us. He is playful with his little sister, Harley, and us. He is very strong, has a voracious appetite, and well behaved. Grayson loves to sleep in bed with us and it seems he favors Deb over me. We've had to separate him and Harley @ night a few times b/c they wanted to play and we wanted to sleep. It's a good thing. He continues to grow and get stronger very day. His check up with the vet last week was perfect. Everyone @ our vet loves him and Harley. We've been told we have the coolest cats with the neatest names.
Thank you to all who helped us adopt Grayson.
Tom & Deb

(Last update: Oct 2nd, 2019 9am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Reagan
ID#: VA12782
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 09/08/18
Adopted: 07/21/19
Congrats: Sue
Foster: Melanie (Nashville)


REAGAN
If you're looking for an adorable pair of kittens - check out Rosie and I! We are playful and ADORE people and are looking for a home with people who want to snuggle and don't mind us sleeping around their neck or on their head all night. Rosie has some vision problems, and I help her out. So we must go home together. We're almost big enough for our spay surgery, and will be ready to go home just after Thanksgiving. Ask about us today!

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Notes from Home
Megan (formerly Reagan) is doing great. Although totally blind, she has become familiar with the layout of the house and quickly learned how to use the stairs to safely go up and down from my bed. She's a sweet cat, and loves her chin and tummy rubs and daily brushing. She is a BIG help with dust mop-up of the stray litter every morning, and easily integrated with the other cats and the dog. She sleeps on the bed and likes to cuddle right next to my shoulder. During the day, she naps on the sofa with the other pets. She's a sweet and loving cat and a wonderful addition to our family.
(Last update: Sep 22nd, 2019 4pm)

HAZEL
Hi there! If you're looking for 2 lbs of pure energy and plenty of love, ask about me today!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Hazel

(FKA Nova)

ID#: VA12407
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 11/19/17
Adopted: 01/14/18
Congrats: Sandi
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

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Notes from Home
Hazel is doing very well. She is slowly integrating with the resident cats, even touching noses with one of them without any hissing from either party. My female resident cat is a little slower about integrating but we are working on that. She is full of energy and life and isn't afraid of anything. Everyone who has met her, loves her, and wanted to sneak her home with them! She's had her first vet visit here and got her first rabies shot. She will be running the entire household soon!

Hazel here--I'm enjoying my home in NC. I love my humans and they love me, but I don't think they're very bright. You see, I have a really nice sanctuary they say is for my own good. They said I have to keep this room as my home base a little while longer, till I can run around free with my brother and sister. Thing is, I'm very fast and I race out of my room and the humans try and catch me. They look pretty ridiculous doing it too. I always go to the dining room and wait for them under the table, they have to go under there and get me, but they need the exercise...Anyway, they're not so smart because they think I can be contained! I'm getting along well with big brother Finn, we play together sometimes and he even licked my face. Big sis Avery is a little standoffish, I don't know why because I'm very cute. I'll get her there so don't

worry. Fun fact about me--I play fetch! The humans are gonna stack a few gates in the doorway to my room this weekend...can't wait to see their faces the first time I climb over...

Big news on our end--Finn and Hazel have officially integrated! They run around and play together on the first floor only. Second floor is designated the HFZ--Hazel Free Zone. This is to help Avery who is still quite resistant to Hazel's charms. Avery goes into Hazel's territory, but not vice versa. Avery does want in Hazel's room more than she used to, and cries at her door. Upon nose to nose encounters, There is still some hissy growling on Avery's part. No one seems threatened, just cautious. We are putting up gates this weekend, to try and help Avery along. We think more contact is in order. It took two weeks for Finn and Hazel to integrate, I think we might be more on the two month plan for Avery/Hazel. Any and all advice is appreciated. Just ask Mary and Melanie, I haunt their email asking for pointers! Till next time.

Hazel Again--Well I think I'm finally friends with my big brother Finn! We run and play together now. My favorite game is knocking him over. This is quite a feat as he has at least ten pounds on me! The humans can't keep up but does that surprise you? They can't help it though, so don't be too hard on them, Being born human and not a cat makes them naturally inferior, so I try to go easy on them. Big sister Avery is still a little cautious around me. I know one thing, her growl/hiss button works very well! As far as my siblings accepting me, let me put it this way...Finn came to me along a nice 70 mph interstate and Avery is coming to me strapped on the back of a 200 year old tortoise. But having said that, progress has been made. She comes to me more, and stays near me longer than she did before. I keep hearing the humans talk about baby steps, whatever that means. She still a little hiissy/growly, but better than she was when I got here, paws, fingers crossed. Now where are those humans to do my bidding...

Hazel--Hope everyone is having a nice Valentines Day. My family and I are having a very sad day, because my new daddy had a sudden family tragedy. He had to leave for a few days, and he flew far away from home. He will be back next week. Meowmy is here holding down the fort. She has her hands full with three cats and four fish. I really miss my dad, as he's the one I snuggle up to at night. On a happier note, I play with Finn so much more than I used to. We run back and forth between my room and the dining room. We wrestle and I believe he has met his match in me hehe. Avery is still using that hissy growl button, but she comes to where I am more than she did before. I even sat above her and batted her nose, she didn't say anything. I'm not ready to play with her like I am with Finn, but we are moving forward. Cheers!

A message for all cat folk---life is short, so fill it with kittens!


Hazel--Hey all! I pretty much have the run of the house, only two rooms are off limits now, and that's more to give my big sis a break from me. I don't understand why she or anyone would need a break from me...Anyway, I play all the time with Finn, and Avery is sloooowly coming around. She interacts with me more than she used to and we stay near each other for longer periods of time. The humans can't catch me and the only time they do is when I let them...don't tell them I said that!
The humans said I'm the equivalent of a toddler, cute and fun, but so much energy, haha they look forward to my naps! I have a favorite pink mousie that I got from the vet as part of a welcome package. It's my favorite toy right now and I like to play fetch with it. The humans throw it and I bring it right back to them, dropping it at their feet. Last night I dropped the mousie right into daddy's hand! Okay, I have to go now before mewomy catches me on her computer..sneaks away.

I do believe Hazel has--wait for it--hazel eyes! They're predominately blue, but in the right light, you can see an almost greenish-brown tinge to them. Very cool on a Siamese cat. We know she has something other than Siamese in her, so all the more interesting. That's not why we named her Hazel however. Truth be told, it's the only name Heath and I agreed on lol. Sometimes we call her hazey and honestly I don't like that nickname, sometimes it just slips out, ugh! Anyway till next time, unless Hazel takes my computer privileges away again.

Hazel--Well I'm down to just one room that's off limits to me now! I'm also getting along better with big sis Avery. She engages me more and even licks me! She has been eating treats near me lately, I think that's a big step for her. Finn and I eat treats off the same plate, I like to steal from him! I'm hearing that hissy/growl thing from Avery again, but I think it's only because I'm playing (pestering?) her more. I feel more comfortable around her and I get all up in her face a lot. She chases me sometimes and I've even seen her run by me like she wanted me to chase her! Sometimes I pounce and startle her! I'm not very good at numbers or stats, but I think she's about 50% to full integration. I know what you're thinking--why did Finn take to me so quickly and not Avery? Well, far as I can tell, Avery has a much more cautious personality and the humans expected this. Maybe being female (no offense ladies), but maybe there is some maternal territorial instinct that kicked in. I'm not sure, I'm only five months old, what do I know. No one can keep up with me, even Finn and Avery and they will be five this month. They are still young, and I think this whole household needs to join the YMCA or something. Anywhoo, that's all from here. My updates are much more interesting that Meowmy's!

Hazel again--Okay so I typed 'that' instead of 'than' in the last sentence of that last update. I'm a kitten, what did you expect? Till next time...

Hazel's Meowmy here--I believe Hazel gets cuter with each passing day. I see in her, two of my previous Siamese cats. They have long since left this life (1992 and 2013), but they seem to live on in Hazel. Evie and Simon were their names--she acts like the former and looks like the latter. If I could've found a hybrid mixing of Evie and Simon's names--I would given that name to Hazel! Unfortunately, nothing rolls off the tongue. I know between Hazel and I, there have been so many updates. Eventually we will slow down, but in these early stages, we like to talk about her relationships with her brother and sister. Thanks for putting up with us and for being good sports!

Hurricane Hazel speaking--My humans liken me to a hurricane, can you believe that? But I'm so meek hahaha. Yesterday was my first time alone for a long time, without the two legged folk. My people went to a show a couple cities away and hung out with family. I did very well I'll have you know and now I can do it anytime. Of course they kissed up to me when they got back, guilty I guess. I was fine but milked it anyway, I'm devious like that because hellloooo cat! They're pretty gullible but I love them anyway. Avery is coming around to me a little more all the time and doesn't seem to mind my existence as much as before. Haven't really played together or eaten off the same plate, but have had treats near each other. She does lick my head from time to time, I take that as a good sign! Weather is not very good today and we are all lazy. I sure hope the humans' bad habits don't rub off on me, they could use a little moving around! Okay I will catch everyone later...waves paw.

3-22-2018
Hazel--According to my papers, I'm six months old today! So happy half birthday to me! I sure don't look my age, I'm very petite and still have a very kittenish face. Okay I know I'm technically a KITTEN, but I'm still so cute well you wouldn't believe it. I'm not conceited or anything...Meowmy says she never volunteers her age unless someone flat out asks...jeez look who's conceited. Quick update on my siblings while I'm here: Finn and I love having treats together, we play and wrestle quite a bit. I think Avery has finally accepted that I'm here to stay. She doesn't hiss at me anymore and doesn't mind when I tease her and rub up under her chin. She's still not ready to wrestle like Finn does, but wow, we have made progress! We even drank together out of the big cat water fountain last night. I don't think the humans will have a cake for my half birthday like they did a few weeks ago for Finn's fifth birthday. Not that it meant anything to Finn as it was for human, not cat consumption. Can you say SELFISH? Anyway, I'm off to do as my siblings do, i.e. eat and sleep. Toodles!

Ladies and Gentlemen, I do believe we have almost completed Avery/Hazel integration! They have eaten treats off the same plate and play near each other. Having said that, I'm not sure Avery will ever be where Finn is with Hazel, because of Avery's own little personality. But it's much more possible now that it was a month ago. They all sit on the dresser waiting for treats together, the little opportunists, I mean darlings!

Hazel--Another lazy Saturday here, my humans keep complaining about the weather. They wonder why it's spring one day and winter the next? They say NC has weird weather because it has mountains and a coast--who knows. Let me ask you how is that important to a cat? As long as I get my food, treats, water and toys! Okay, maybe it matters some since we can't use the new cat window seats our dad bought. He started out with just one, so of course we all wanted to sit on it at the same time. Dad wised up and bought two more, but now we can't use them since the windows are close again. I guess the humans are correct--this weather stinks! Hopefully the days will become more spring/summer like very soon. Now I've lost my train of thought, why did I come on here? Wasn't to gripe about the weather, I'll leave that to my people. Could it be because Avery has been engaging me in play of late? Ding, ding, ding, I think we have a winner folks! That's a big step for Ms Avery and I thought I'd share it with you. Today I run with both my siblings. Till next time--peace.

Hazel--I haven't been here in awhile so I thought I'd drop by and say hello. I am nine months old now, but don't look my age. I'm very petite and not sure how much more I'll grow. I remember when I used to like being held like a baby, but those days are gone! Now if you pick me up and hold me for more than half a nano second, I will act like I'm being "tortured." If you are foolish enough to do this thing (pick me up and hold me for half a nano second), you will surely regret it. Any neighbor who might be close by, will hear that I am being "tortured." It's especially fun if the windows are open! You see, picking me up and holding me for more than half a nano second keeps me from any important mission I might be on at the moment. That will not be tolerated in any way shape or form, and the humans need to understand that for any harmony to ensue. As for me and my siblings, we are bonded (commence applause)! We eat, sleep, play, and bend the humans to our will. Now you know I like to mess with my readers, I love my humans very much. I talk smack about them because I do care! I believe I love my daddy the most and that works out well. Avery is strictly a mommy's girl and Finn divides his attention/affections equally between the two humans. We are in sync that way. I will be one year old September 22 and Meowmy will be (inaudible) September 25. Maybe we can have a joint birthday party, cat treats for everyone! Okay folks, time to wrap this up. See you down the road--love and peace!

Hey everyone-- Six months ago, in January, Hazel came into our lives. It's hard to believe half a year has gone by already! It seems like only last week I was waiting for the 9 am magic hour that November morning, when Hazel went to Adoptme status. I said I was interested in her and the rest is history! For a long time I worried how my resident cats would take to her, but ultimately, they all became friends. If anyone out there has the same concerns I did about cat integration, just follow the guidelines and tips set forth by Siamese Rescue. Some cats take longer to warm up to their new sibling than others. In our case, big brother Finn was pretty much bonded with a Hazel about 1-2 weeks after her arrival. Big sis Avery, took a little longer, closer to 3 months. Thanks to everyone at SR for all the hard work and assistance in bringing Hazel and other cats to their furever homes. I know if I need help with anything now or in the future, they will be there for me. Hazel is quite petite which we love since Finn is a big boy and Avery is medium build. Avery and Hazel are Seal Points, whereas Finn is a Lilac. I will post an update on Hazel's first birthday in September (or better yet, she will)! Thanks again everyone, #SiameseStrong!

Hazel--Quick update--I survived my first hurricane! We are intact in our part of North Carolina. I will update soon guys as I have a big day coming up! #GoAwayFlorence

Hazel--Well guess what? I'm one year old today! Happy birthday to me, me, and me! I'm very angry at my mom though--she wasn't here for my birthday, can you believe that? Apparently she had a family reunion this weekend and went to the mountains. Dad stayed behind to hold down the fort, and we had a nice day. I'm seriously thinking of snubbing her when she gets back tomorrow, what do you think? Her birthday is in a few days, see if I care. Next time she needs to plan things around my birthday, there's no excuse for her not being here. Okay, enough talking about she who won't be named. I'm off to have birthday treats with my siblings #BirthdayGirl

12-24-18
From Hazel--On this Christmas Eve, my family and I would like to thank Siamese Rescue for helping me and others find their forever homes. Without you we may not have the lives we have now. So from Hazel, Finn, Avery, Heath, and Sandi--Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all! #ItsAWonderfulLife

12-31-18
Happy New Year from Hazel and her family and may 2019 find wonderful homes for all Siamese! #Peace

1-14-19
One year ago today, we made a trip to Newport, TN to pick up a very special kitten. Her name was Nova, and Nova became Hazel. It doesn't seem possible that 365 days have passed since that cold Sunday last January. We also picked up two snowshoe kittens name "Ricky" and "Lucy," as part of the transport relay. What fun to help bring kittens to their forever homes. I hope that these little travel companions are having an incredible life in Virginia--I'm sure they are! As for Hazel, she has completely bonded with her siblings Finn and Avery. A year ago, I wasn't sure how all these guys would mingle, but my fears were unfounded. I know I've said this before, but thank you Siamese Rescue for making it possible to bring Hazel into our lives, we will be forever grateful. So happy one year anniversary Hazel, onward and upward! #HappyGotchaDay


Wow--so it's been awhile since Hazel and I wrote on here. Well today it's a special occasion--it's Hazel's second birthday! The kids grow up so fast don't they? She has so much energy I wish we humans could bottle it and take it for ourselves! She loves wrestling with Finn and Avery, she waits at the top of the stairs to ambush them. Funny thing is, they know they're about to be jumped and go along with it. She still loathes being held which is ironic since she loved it when she was a tiny kitten. We never have figured out the 180 she did on that lol. She still fetches toys that we throw, it's hysterical every time. We've also come to the conclusion her father must've been a bird because she chirps like one, especially after we've held her a minute --heaven forbid! Anyway, today Hazel is a very healthy. happy two year old spitfire, and we wouldn't want it any other way. She, Finn, and Avery are bonded siblings who enjoy each other's company all (most) the time. :) By the way, Hazel says Hi and to mention Sandi's birthday is Wednesday. I said just never mind thanks anyway! She also says thanks again to Siamese Rescue for giving her a chance to have a good life. I hope we're living up to her expectations. Cheers everybody!

(Last update: Sep 22nd, 2019 12pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Azula

(FKA Willow)

ID#: VA13022
Location:  Maryland
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
Date In: 07/04/19
Adopted: 07/27/19
Congrats: Elana
Foster: Chelsea


AZULA
I am a bit shy and will hiss if frightened but I am learning that people can be nice. I seem to like men a little more than women.

So, if you are a Cat Daddy and maybe one who likes DIY projects, then I may be your girl. I would make a great addition for you and your outgoing, friendly kitty. I like other cats and I really need to be with one that will help me to learn all about indoor living.

Foster Meowmy says that it may just take some patience and time but I would be ok with a new kitty meowmy too.

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Notes from Home
We have had both kitties for a week now and they are showing good progress. Eating, drinking, using the litter box, and playing fine! Willow still hisses when we get close to her but if she is playing she doesn’t mind. She is more assertive than her brother and I think more dominant. She tends to eat and play first before him. She plays for hours with her wand toy and enjoys sunning on the cat tree (which has a great view to an outside bird feeder). We are hoping to help her be more comfortable so the hissing stops. It almost seems like a reflex for her right now. She plays all through the night and loves cuddling with her brother.

Just had two purring kitties crawling all over me! We have finally landed on names for them; Azula (Willow) and Zuko (Reed). Azula still hisses a bit but she is learning how to receive affection. Zuko is a tiny bit skiddish when tired but otherwise is super friendly and doesn’t leave our side much. Also he likes to hold his tail over his back so it almost touches his head. Don’t know what that is about but it’s funny. We are so happy with their improvement and hope to start introducing them to other rooms soon.

9-21-19
Both cats have come a long way in a short time. It’s as if there were no problems before. Azula doesn’t hiss and has a cute little meow now. She likes laying down on the bed and couch with us along with Zuko. They follow us from room to room and enjoy removing all their toys from the basket and bringing them into the LR to play with. They still love the wand toy the best and have beat up a white mouse toy pretty bad-I’ve sewn it up twice but it’s missing an ear and eye still lol.
They have great personalities and are hilarious to watch play together. If separated, Zuko cries until Azula comes running to find him.
Whenever they cuddle up with us for a nap, it’s hard to believe that they once were really shy. Didn’t take long for them to trust us and seek us out for company. We are very pleased with how everything turned out and I think the kitties are too. :)

(Last update: Sep 21st, 2019 9pm)

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