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I'm not sure how all this happened, but earlier this summer I ended up at the animal shelter. I was so scared and unhappy - I was there for a really really long time :-( I thought... this is it. But then I finally got to smell fresh air again and I was so happy! I spent my first day of freedom stretching, and rolling around - it was heaven! I love my fostermom and my furry roommates, but now I'm ready for my own home.

I like all kinds of other kitties as long as they're nice to me. I'm very gentle and not very good at defending myself, so no bullies please. Until I get to know you, I'm a little shy, but we'll be fast friends in no time. My favorite thing is to snuggle under the covers with you. By the way, I am FULLY VETTED already and ready to go home anytime you ask about me.

Name:   Mya
ID#: VA11084
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 09/19/15
Adopted: 12/26/15
Congrats: Larry
Foster: Belinda

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Hello Virginia Siamese Rescue friends,

Boxing Day was the two year anniversary of my Gotcha day with Mom, Dad & Louis. I'm so glad that I adopted them! We have fun chasing the mouse-on-a-stick, and sleeping on top of Mom. The meals are good, although sometimes the waitress is a little late with my dinner :( I always have a nice tip for her

I have my annual physical with Dr. Marian next week - I'm sure she'll tell me that I'm in excellent shape... although she might want me to lose a pound or two, just like Mom needs to do.

Mom retires tomorrow, December 28 [2017] so she'll be around more to play with me. Dad has cut down to working four days a week, so there's more time for him to watch Netflix with me on his lap. I'm also busy hanging out with Louis all day long.

I have Cat TV, a huge screen looking out on a yard full of trees. I get to watch deer walking around and eating, and the other day I saw Mr. Fox. When Black Cat comes to visit, my tail gets all bushy and bangs against the wall and Mom & Dad laugh at me. But I can't meet Black Cat because he's outside and I'm snuggly and warm inside.

My dad and I have long conversations; he calls me "Fuzzy Fuzzy Fuzzy" and I reply with my humming or meowing [Mom here - Mya has this funny humming; it's like she's meowing with her mouth shut. She chirps too. And she hums, chirps and talks A LOT! LOL!]

So I love my life here. Thank you for taking care of me and thank you for helping me find my mom & dad.


Mya has settled in very well. She's happy, snuggles up to us when she wants company, drags us to where her mouse-on-a-stick toy is when she wants to play. We love having her around, and she has had a wonderful affect on our son Louis, who is on the autism spectrum (although very functional) but was depressed when our previous cat passed away last September. Mya and Louis are best friends, and they spend a lot of time together, as you can see from the photos. She's fun, she's funny, she and Larry have entire conversations together!

(sorry for all the update emails, I'm still getting the hang of this! Becky)

Hello everyone, we just wanted to let you all know that Mya is just the best cat! She has a nose that just pushes its way wherever she wants to go, either to poke at my arm so that she gets her head scratched, or to dig her way under the sheets. She knows what she wants! She still gets Louis up off the sofa and makes him play with her, which is good for both of them. She adores sitting at the sliding door off our basement, and she watches the deer and foxes and whatever else wanders by.

We had about 20 people in the house for Memorial Day, and she kept to herself, but wasn't hiding. When we were down to about 10 people, she came upstairs, looked around, and gave me a look like Why are all these people still in MY house?

She also loves my brother, who comes for dinner once a week. She likes to sit on his chair at the kitchen table, lay on his placemat or sit next to him on the sofa.... and of course, he's allergic to cats! They have an agreement: he'll pet her once and then she has to move!

We are so pleased with her, and she seems to be pleased to be with us. She's an awesome girl!

(Last update: Dec 28th, 2017 9am)

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Name: Beasley

(FKA George)

ID#: VA9467
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 08/10/13
Adopted: 08/25/13
Congrats: Nancy
Foster: Heida

Just arrived with my brother Louis, and need to go home with him ! We are quite a pair, outgoing, chatty and full of mischief !

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Notes from Home
Beasley (fka George) and his brother, Louie (fka Louis) are thriving, growing like crazy, playing like crazy and have taken over the house. Louie's eye infection looks clear though he has one more week of pills to take. We love them to pieces and Sullivan is gradually learning to cope with them and their enthusiasm. They know their names and have been quick to learn that they aren't allowed on counters or dining tables. We are absolutely thrilled with them! Thanks to all who rescued, treated, fostered and loved them before they came to live with us.

8/26/14 - Louie and Beasley celebrated their one year anniversary with us yesterday. They have grown into gorgeous, smart, entertaining cats and they get along with their big brother, Sullivan, beautifully. Louie gets the Emmy for vocals, Beasley for uniqueness as he entertains us everyday by washing his toys in his water bowl and presenting us with big, wet fuzzy balls! As time goes on, and we continue to experience and observe the SCRC machine that Siri has developed, we never fail to be awed by how smoothly and beautifully the whole thing works to provide these exquisite creatures and lucky people with so much joy! I'm attaching a couple of pictures.

12/27/17 Louie VA9468 and Beasley VA9467 have now been residents of Eagle, Idaho since March of 2015 and have adjusted beautifully. They are smart, playful and as thoroughly spoiled as any Siamese. Photos are below. Louie on the bed with pillows and Beasley 'tight-rope' walking on the balcony railing - which of course he in not supposed to do!

(Last update: Dec 27th, 2017 9pm)

So with a bit of coaxing, I'll come out and purr and even lap-sit for a bit, but the littlest noise will send my back to my safe place. I am a sweet and lovable girl who will need someone to give me time to adjust to any new situation. A feline buddy would be nice to have someone to play with as long as they are not bullies.
Name:   Savanna
ID#: VA11795
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 11/05/16
Adopted: 12/17/16
Congrats: Barbara
Foster: Nancy


Notes from Home
Today is Valentine’s Day 2017 and Savanna has been with me for nearly two months. She and Eddison – my older male Siamese – have really bonded. At first he was a bit wary of this young frisky kitten, but she won him over in a hurry. He snuggles with her, plays with her, and truly seems to enjoy her companionship. I have so many great pictures of them snuggling together and I post them all the time on Facebook – I am sure my friends are getting tired of seeing them. I’ve tried to upload some here – but I’m not a technically savvy as I could be…

Savanna is very loving with me too – snuggling and purring and letting me hold her. (Eddison flat out refuses to be picked up, so it’s a real treat to have a kitty to cuddle.) However, she does NOT like visitors. Not one smidgen. If I have company, she hides.

At the advice of Nancy – Savanna’s foster – I waited a month to take her to the vet. At Savanna’s first vet visit she let me, the vet tech and Dr. Handley hold her and admire her so I was under the impression that she was cured. Nope. If someone stops by, she hides. As soon as they leave, she comes out for a cuddle and goes on about her business. I guess she is a one person cat.

Speaking of the vet visit – she was given a clean bill of health!

I am so glad that Savanna came into my life and I thank all of the volunteers who made it possible.


Wow! It has been just over a year since I adopted Savanna, and we couldn't be happier. She brings so much joy to me, and to her brother Eddison. She is so full of life and so sweet and cuddly. She is a little like a puppy. She follows me around and she comes when she is called. :)

She and Eddison - my senior seal point - have their little daily routines - and they have learned a lot from each other. For example; Savanna likes to be picked up and cuddled, and now Eddison will let me pick him up briefly. A major win! He was so skittish when I first adopted him from the SPCA he was afraid of being picked up. He has learned by example that good things can come from being picked up - it doesn't just mean veterinary visits and shots.

Savanna has learned from Eddison as well. Eddison insists upon valet service after each litter box visit. To summon me, his servant, he whacks the side of the box with his paw, and won't stop until I scoop. After being exposed to this behavior for about a year, Savanna now she does the same thing. I swear that they wait for me to go to bed before using the box! I can count on getting up at least twice to service their commode!

This year has just flown by and it has been a much sweeter year with Savanna by my side.

(Last update: Dec 27th, 2017 5pm)

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Name:   Chancellor
ID#: VA11709
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
Date In: 09/22/16
Adopted: 12/04/16
Deceased: 01/01/19
Congrats: Barbara
Foster: Siri

So what's with my new home? Is it wandering around the streets lost? Do we need to set a trap to find it? I mean, come on, I'm a great kitty!!!!!

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Notes from Home
We love our Chancellor. He is a lap cat/ snuggling, purr machine, and follows us room to room. We have him on rabbit food alone per our vets directions, as little boy has allergies and has an occasional soft sweet sneeze. He likes to groom, and sometimes over grooms because of the allergies, but he is so much calmer these days, now that he knows he's not going anywhere. We were told he was an Escape artist, but shows no interest in leaving. When we go out to the hot tub in the evening He sits at the window and stares at us. He fits our family so well! One night he sleeps next to my husband, and one night me... He's got plenty of love to go around. We do plan on taking him to an allergist if his allergies don't go away soon. Thank you so much for saving this wonderful boy ! He is perfect, as cost mother Siri said. We feel so lucky to have him!June 2017/ we Have now had our baby 6 months:

Oh we love our Chancellor. He is undisputed prince of his domaine, ( that would be us and our house.

He had the allergies/ nerves thing that made him chew on himself when we brought him home in December.

We tried conventional anti anxiety medications and Royal Canin rabbit food to fix it and it didn't seem to get better,

Then we took him to wholistic vet who did acupuncture and put him on Chinese herbal supplements and a grass fed beef with organic veggies and supplements that I make at home and now he is almost chew free and close to having no sores. She suspected it was his allergies and nerves that she likened to

He hardy has those attacks. We are doing our best to heal his bad life on the street memories with love.

As you can see from the pics, he is so loved and lovable. Thank you so much for our chancellor!

We want to volunteer, but we have to work another three years and are a little busy. He does have a pinch of separation anxiety So we don't travel except one at a time at this point.

We will be in touch when he's finally out of the woods so to speak.

AndThank you again! He really is such a blessing!

Well it's now been a who.e year and chancellor is doing extremely well! Our wholistic vet has him on anherbal supplement dial Yao San that really helps with his anxiety. Which we crush and mix with his food. We use a plug I air freshener called fellaway in the areas he naps, and it's amazing at calming him. He also sees our family vet who has him on 5 mg of amitrptalyn. It sounds like a lot, but he's gone from attatcking his ski and several open sores to no open sores, and he's calm and almost never gets those anxious attacks. He is in love with my husband and waits for him at the door when he gets home from work, then when he puts his feet up in the. Lazy boy chance snuggles right in. He a beautiful little dear! We still only travel one at a time, but we do have a pet sitter to stay overnight when we feel a little more secure he can handle it! He sleeps with us most nights to, which we love!

(Last update: Dec 26th, 2017 1pm)

Happy guy here. Playful and full of purrs! Zuni and I are siblings and want to go home together. We are both good around dogs too!
Name:   Argo
ID#: VA12351
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 10/22/17
Adopted: 12/09/17
Congrats: Shelley
Foster: Debra


Notes from Home
Please see Zuni's 12/24/2017 update and pictures!
(Last update: Dec 24th, 2017 1pm)

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Name:   Zuni
ID#: VA12350
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 10/22/17
Adopted: 12/09/17
Congrats: Shelley
Foster: Debra

Delightful young lady. Really enjoys playing, purring and having fun. She is very affectionate as well. Zuni and Argo are a pair and must go home together.

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Notes from Home
Zuni and her brother, Argo, are the sweetest, softest, most "purriest" kittens! We love them so much, already, and feel like they have both been a part of our family for much longer than just 2 weeks!!! They are both making themselves right at home, snuggling with their new human brother, Finn....I am not sure who wants the snuggles more... Both Zuni and Argo have had their first vet visit- they are getting antibiotics and eyedrops for colds and weepy eyes...both of which are clearing up just in time for the holidays! Finn made sure to choose lots of surprises to put under the tree tonight. Thank you to everyone who helped to make this adoption and match happen so quickly! It was certainly meant to be. We love them SO MUCH!!!!! Please see the attached pictures of Zuni and Argo.
(Last update: Dec 24th, 2017 1pm)

REALLY??? No, really? We get some darn sunlight and look what Jen did to me!! Click on me and save me another darn photo session!

Love & Purrs,

Name:   Sasha
ID#: VA10233
Location:  Kentucky
Sex: female
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Chocolate
DateIn: 08/15/14
Adopted: 09/21/14
Congrats: Susan
Foster: Jennifer

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Sasha is happy, healthy and doing very well. She took a couple of days to get used to her new environment and now she feels right at home. She is a very loving, friendly cat and is full of personality. She is a lap cat and loves attention. She likes to go in the laundry room and hunt socks. She brings us her finds. We are thrilled to have her. She is a perfect addition to our family.
3/23/15 - Sasha is doing well. She is a very loving cat and is still bringing us socks every day. If I do not get to putting the laundry away in the drawer, she will jump in the basket and dig through it for the socks. Some mornings we will wake up to several different pair of socks on the bed. She really did not take long to adjust to our home. Within a week she was comfortable with her environment. She took a month or so to warm up to our son. We assume she had never been around kids. He was 7 at the time and we explained to him that she will need to come to him on her terms.. and she did. Now she takes turns laying on laps. She will usually pick the person that has the blanket. She loves to be brushed. I left the brush on the floor and she sat next to it until came back to brush her. She has several favorite places in the house and a couple of cat beds where the sun shines in. Sasha is well behaved and has great manners. She likes people. She does like to chat sometimes and also likes to get a drink of water from the faucet. Sasha for the most part does not like to be picked up. She will tolerate it for a minute or two right when we get home as long as I scratch her chin. Then it is time to get down. She is a wonderful cat and we love her and feel fortunate to have her.
9/21/15 - Sasha is doing well. She is a happy, healthy, well adjusted cat that is full of personality. She still brings us socks or cat toys every morning and has them waiting for us at the door for when we arrive home. She has a favorite spot next to the window to sleep in her cat bed and soak up the sun. She also likes to chatter at the deer when she sees them outside. She loves to sit on a lap. Sasha is very loving. She purrs and chats all the time. I submitted a picture of her for the Siamese Rescue calendar. I was notified that she was chosen and is the January cat. There could not have been a more perfect match for our family.
1/1/17 - Sasha is doing well and is a wonderful cat. She is very happy and content. She enjoys sitting on our laps. She likes to hunt her toys and leaves them wherever I have been. She has 2 favorite toys which are the gray mouse and one brown mouse. At first the brown mouse was alarming because she likes to leave it in my bed and at first it did look like a real mouse from a distance. She also likes to drink from the faucet now. If she hears me go into the bathroom, she comes from wherever she is and jumps on the counter waiting for me to turn the faucet on. Sometimes, she is ahead of me and I find her sitting or laying in the sink as a not so subtle hint. Sasha has always loved to be brushed. I got her a new silicone brush which she loves. She knows where it is kept and when she hears the drawer open, she comes running to get brushed. She has a spot next to the window where she soaks up the sun for her nap. She does like to "chat" with us if she is in the mood. Sasha is doing well and we love her.
12/23/17. Sasha is doing very well. She is a very happy cat. She is still hunting her toys and dropping them wherever we have been. She has a routine with each person in the house. We have a cat bed at the end of my son's bed so she goes and lays in there when it is time for him to go to bed and they go to sleep together. She has also found a nice warm spot upstairs next to the baseboard. She takes some of her naps there and soaks up the heat. She also loves when it is time to change the sheets on the bed. She likes when I put the top sheet on and she can hide under it. I put my hand under the sheet and she chases it. Sasha still likes to drink from the faucet and she will appear when she hears someone go into the bathroom. If the door is closed, she will sometimes paw at it to open it or to get someone to open it for her. Sometimes she will do it when we have guests over. They think she wants their attention, but really she just wants them to turn the water on for her! Sasha is doing well and is the perfect pet for our family.

(Last update: Dec 23rd, 2017 9am)

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Name:   Wade
ID#: VA6621
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 09/18/09
Adopted: 12/22/09
Congrats: Carol
Foster: Kathy

Foster Notes

Thanksgiving has come and gone and I'm still here. I have a lot to be thankful for even though I'm not in my forever home yet. I'm out of that shelter and I'm safe and warm and well fed in my foster home but I really want a home of my own. How about in time for Christmas? I can help you wrap presents, I can help decorate the tree and I can snuggle in front of the fire place with you.

Please ask about me?


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Notes from Home
December 22, 2017

Happy 8th anniversary to me!! I started the celebration around 3 a.m. today when I went racing around the house. Molly got up, too. We chased each other for a while and jumped up and down on the bed where Meowmy was sleeping. I yowled the whole time, so it was really fun! (Meowmy says, “Not so much.”)

The vet gave me a thumbs-up at my annual check-up in September. I’m still trim and don’t even have to have my teeth cleaned. Yippee!

Meowmy tells me I’m the best snuggler ever, and I like to keep in practice.

As always, I’m forever grateful to my foster mom, Kathy Marcheselli, who took great care of me until Meowmy invited me to come live with her. Purrs and headbutts!

Time for a nap now. Gotta recharge my batteries after my celebratory rampage last night. But not before saying “Thank you” to SCRC for everything you do.

December 22, 2016

Hey, everybody! It’s my 7th anniversary today, and Meowm and “sister” Molly say I can have anything I want. Maybe I’ll ask for a couple extra treats this afternoon — and maybe the prime snoozing spot on Meowm’s pillow tonight. Decisions, decisions.

Dr. Lisa Deaton, my vet, says I’m in good health and my weight is fine. Meowm brushes me every day to keep away nasty tangles in my long fur. And since I stopped chewing on the Christmas tree, I’m not hacking up pine needles any more. 😋

Well, got to go keep an eye on the goldfinches on the feeder outside the patio door, but before I do, I want to thank SCRC and particularly my Foster Meowm, Kathy Marcheselli, for rescuing me and making sure I found a great home. If not for you, I wouldn’t be the happy little furball I am. Lots of love and purrs,

Wadie ❤️

December 22, 2015

Wade here, celebrating my six-year anniversary in my forever home! Seems like I shouldn’t have had to get my daily dose of prednisone today, but Mom always follows it with my favorite treat, so I don’t mind.

I’m as spunky as ever, and at my annual check-up this year, the vet gave me a clean bill of health. She also updated my vaccinations and told me what a gorgeous boy I am. (Well, I already knew that!)

Molly (my tortie “sister”) and I have been tearing around the house a lot now that winter is here; we like the cooler temps, especially for snuggling. We also spend a lot of time watching the birds at the feeder on the deck. A few weeks ago Mom put up the Christmas tree, and I keep tabs on the all the goings-on from my new favorite spot on the tree mat underneath it. And this year I don’t chew on the pine needles (Mom is happy about that!)

We keep up to date on the happenings at SCRC and are ever grateful at having been rescued by the priceless volunteers, especially Kathy Marcheselli, our foster mom. Words can’t express how we feel, so I’ll just say we love you all!



December 22, 2014

Wadie is the most unusual cat I’ve ever known, and I’ve known lots. He’s like having a perpetual two-year-old around—always into everything and talking constantly. He’s also the most affectionate kitty ever: love the way he hops into my lap and puts his front legs around my neck and gazes into my eyes. Melt, melt, melt.

At his yearly exam, the vet proclaimed him fit as a fiddle. Because of his long hair, he gets brushed every day and loves it. He’s still on a maintenance dose of prednisone for his asthma, which hasn’t bothered him since he went on the meds. He and “sister” Molly are as tight as ever, and now that winter is here, I wake up at night with Molly snuggled up against my chest and Wadie on the top half of my pillow, like a furry nightcap.

Thank you, SCRC, for bringing this special boy into our lives!

December 22, 2013

Hard to believe Wadie's been with us for four whole years. When he's in an affectionate mood, he's more demonstrative than any other cat I've known. He just jumps in my lap (without invitation) and makes himself quite comfortable, then grooms himself before tucking his nose into his luxurious fur for a nap. Occasionally he'll place his front legs around my neck and gaze at me (probably thinking, Don't I look cute? How about a treat?).

A few weeks ago he had bit of colitis, which the vet treated with Fortiflora. Seems to have worked, and he'll continue to get that (it's a probiotic) sprinkled on his food every other day.

We have our daily brushing session, which he likes. You should see him raise his chin and wait for me to brush the fur there.

Wadie still has his rambunctious moments, and when the weather is good, he practically lives on the screened porch, carefully observing the wildlife or conked out in a pool of sunshine.

Wadie, Molly, and Uncle Albert are best buddies, and I love it when they all curl up together on the biggest kitty cushion in my office. I'm so grateful for the outstanding efforts of everybody at the SCRC. It's a wonderful network of dedicated volunteers. Blessings on you, everyone!

December 22, 2012

Wadie is one unique cat! Not a day goes by that he doesn’t reveal a new part of himself. He truly is one of a kind. He loves to sit on and hide behind crinkly paper and playing with Uncle Albert’s tail when it twitches.

This little guy has an amazing repertoire of sounds, the likes of which I’ve never heard from any other kitty. My favorite is the one that’s just like the noise that Curly of the Three Stooges used to make: “Woo woo woo woo woo woo woo woo woo woo!” Cracks me up every time.

Wadie’s still doing very well on a maintenance course of Prednisone, and you’d never know he has asthma. He’s a picky eater, too. He’s still as gregarious as ever—everybody’s his friend. And he is just so beautiful to look at: flame ears, nose, forehead, and tail. A big ball of fluff.

We love him, and he loves us. Thank you, SCRC and Kathy Marcheselli, for this precious addition to our family!

December 22, 2011

Hard to believe that Wadie’s been a part of our family for 2 years already! He’s blended in seamlessly, and we can’t imaging life without him.

Several months ago Wade developed asthma, but he’s responded very well to prednisone and is now on just a maintenance dosage. Easiest cat I’ve ever had to pill. Of course, he likes the treat afterward. : ) Dr. Thompson said last week that, if he hadn’t x-rayed Wade when I first brought him in, he wouldn’t now know he has asthma just by listening to his lungs. Yaaay!! Wade’s foster mom, Kathy Marcheselli, gave me lots of good information about asthma treatments. She’s my support “group.” Every day I’m so thankful for the love and dedication she has for all homeless kitties.

Since the cold weather moved in, Wade has started sleeping on the top half of my pillow
at night. He kneads, purrs, and then settles in. It’s like wearing a fur hat to bed.

We’re grateful to SCRC for making it possible for us to share our home and our life with Wade, who is 8.6 pounds of fluff, love, and mischief.

December 24, 2010: This year has FLOWN by!

When Wade first got here, there really wasn’t much of an adjustment period. He made himself at home right away, and since he loves everybody without reserve, Molly and Albert accepted him as soon as they got used to seeing him around. There was never any hissing or growling by anybody.

Maybe all flames are like this. He’s my first, so I don’t know. If he were a person, he’d be a diplomat or a politician; he just naturally gregarious.

One of the cutest things he does is to jump in my lap, lean against my chest, and wrap his front legs around my neck. Awww . . . : )

The goofiest thing he does is carry on a running commentary about everything. He makes the funniest little noises whenever he’s doing things, and I wish I knew what he was saying!

We have a great family, and I just can’t say enough good things about SCRC! You're the BEST!

June 22, 2010: Wade (aka Wadie, Mr. Clean, the Puffball) is a love bug. Probably the sweetest thing he does is lie on my chest and put his front legs around my neck -- and then lift his chin up for scratchies. : )

In the 6 months he’s been part of the family, he’s become a very FLUFFY kitty. His tail is now a PLUME! With all that fluff, he gets thoroughly brushed every day.

Wade and Molly have become best buddies. They tear around the house -- up and down the stairs -- and roll and tumble on the floor. Once in a while things get a little too rambunctious for Molly’s liking, and she screeches -- and five minutes later they're back at it again. : )

Wadie still keeps up his running commentary on everything and nothing. I’ve gotten used to his constant asides. : )

I’m so glad Foster Mom Kathy Marcheselli rescued him from the animal shelter! She showered him with TLC, and I hope she can come visit her fuzzy little sweetie pie some day. THANK YOU, KATHY!!!!!

(Last update: Dec 22nd, 2017 9am)

My family's doing down under (the good down under, not the other thing) and the quarantine time frame is just more than I could tolerate, so I'm looking for new digs. I'm in good health but a sensitive gal, and am ready to go - hoping you'll consider me!
Name:   Cleo
ID#: VA9688
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
DateIn: 11/16/13
Adopted: 12/01/13
Congrats: Laura
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
This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats


Notes from Home
Hi everyone! Clio here. It's been 4 years since Maw and I fell in love. We are both healthy and happy. Maw is extremely happy right now because she got rid of her cataracts. Now she tells me she can see my blue eyes so much better now.

Life here in Porter Ranch is as easy as ever. Except that Maw prays for rain. I'd like the humidity myself as my luscious fur looks weird with all this dryness. And every time Maw touches me, sparks fly! Ouch! We had many brush fires around us, but nothing too close to us. So Maw always keeps the black travel carrier handy, for fires or if there's an earthquake. Maw has earthquake supplies, and never lets my food be depleted. She says we are due for an earthquake since it's been over 20 years since the last one. I don't think I will like an earthquake. But Maw will take care of me.

Day-by-day, life is easy. I have excellent places to sleep, and chase my balls all over the flat. But still, the red demon dot, well, one of these days.....

Maw uploaded a few pics of me doing my thing.

Merry Christmas and Happy 2018. And thanks for finding my Maw.

(Last update: Dec 21st, 2017 3pm)

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Name: Wynny

(FKA Eowyn )

ID#: VA11815
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 11/13/16
Adopted: 12/18/16
Congrats: Karen
Foster: Nancy

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
Born under a shed with my siblings, Galadriel and Legolas. I'm sweet, but still
suspicious of hands coming at me, but once cuddled I'm ok. Stil haven't found
my purr, (oh, where, oh where, could it be?), but momma knows it's in me.

I do like to play and share nicely with my siblings.

I need a quiet home with gentle, patient pawrents who are willing to work with me
on People Socialization 101. I need another gentle playful cat or kitten to model
my self after.





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Notes from Home
12/20/17 Wynny has grown into a beautiful cat. At her 1 year vet appointment she is healthy and weighs 9.9lbs. She is starting to become a lap cat. In the morning she will sit on top of me until she sees me waking then if I don't move fast enough she will run over me until I get up. As I said on Taz's notes, both of them have been blessings for me. She loves to run the house like a crazy cat after she is fed and happy. She will jump from sofa to chair with no problem and the furniture is at least 8 feet apart. She is shy around people but she will slowly come out so she no longer hides the whole time.
Wynny is also doing very well. She has grown into a confident kitten. She is shy for others but not me. She jumps in my lap every time I sit down and she is near my head sleeping. When the two of them play they sound like a herd of horses running through the house. They play so well. I just took a picture of Wynny climbing on my lap.
6/28/17 - Wynny has grown into a beautiful confident little girl. She is now 7 lbs. She is still shy but she is now coming up to more of my family to be pet. She protects my Mom from her dog. The dog plays with Taz but she was afraid of Wynny. Now Wynny and the dog chase each other but only if Wynny wants to play. I am so pleased how Wynny and Taz get along. She is really good at not using her claws.

(Last update: Dec 20th, 2017 7am)

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