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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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CONSTANTINE
Handsome, playful and a bit bossy- I need a playmate who loves to wrestle , and can keep me in line when I go too far. I get along fine with the dog, and I do like having lots of playmates. And guess what ? I just won an adoption scholarship in the Facebook contest !
P.S I adore little kittens, so if you need a big brother for your kitten, ask about me !
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Constantine
ID#: VA10147
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Balinese
DateIn: 07/13/14
Adopted: 01/03/15
Congrats: Kelly
Foster: Heida

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
Good news! It was just the hotel we were living in. After several months of steroids Constantine's lungs are back to near normal with no permanent scarring. He is back to his old self. Playing with Birdie and snuggling and purring. He has been doing well with his bowel after the issues - no bad butt in over a month (knock on wood). He is very very smart and has learned some commands such as come and lie down. He knows "down" as well but stubbornly refuses unless you get up (at which point he trots to his food bowl - mewing for you to fill it). We are moving to Salt Lake City soon and hopefully he will tolerate the move well.


(Last update: May 27th, 2016 11am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Widget
ID#: VA11390
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
Date In: 03/26/16
Adopted: 05/07/16
Congrats: Patty
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
WIDGET
I'm only for the MOST patient and experienced of applicants. I will require small and private accommodations for a loooonnnng time while I learn people are good and will take care of me and
love me. I came from a terrible situation and received no interaction and love and very possibly was
treated very unkindly. Momma can pet me some now, but only when I'm in my "safe spot."
I may never be an interactive and loving house pet and I may be just a figment of your imagination in your home.

BUT, I still need a place to go.....
Notes from Home
Widget has been here almost 3 weeks and is doing well. There are little changes every day and each seems to be a step in the right direction. While she is still in her own room, she no longer spends her whole day hiding under a chair. Her doorway has 3 baby gates (stacked) -- I only close the door when I leave my house, otherwise we constantly hear and see each other (as I pass by). She is often sitting on the floor or in some other open area. She notices me but goes about her business; she only scurries away when she sees me entering and that's only about half the time. She will occasionally walk up to the gates when I talk with her. For the past 2 days she has spent some time sitting in a 3 ft high cat tree/scratching post near the window.

Her food and water have been re-positioned next to the door and she readily comes to it when placed there in the am and pm, no longer only eating only at night, when alone. I can sit on the other side of the gate while she eats. She will eat treats ("Temptations") with me in the same room. I toss them progressively closer to me and she comes close but not quite up to me. I left one in my hand and she attempted to swat it out rather than eat from my hand (smart girl).

I was able to pet her a little when she hid under the chair, and I got a bit of a "lean in" when I got to her chin. The first day she was in the cat tree, I was able to pet her after sitting close by for a while. She does not come to me seeking pets and unless somewhat cornered, it is not possible to touch her.

Slept on the floor in her room a for a few hours at a time at night. She readily played around me once I dozed off.

During afternoons and evenings, I have begun to let her have access to her room, the hallway, and my guest room. I can block off all else. She likes this and shows signs of not wanting to be limited (cries when put in her room and in the mornings; and today she climbed the gates -- but they are secure and cover the doorway entirely).

Today my years of reading the various foster emails paid off. She disappeared. NOWHERE to be found. Long story short, I recalled stories of the box spring....she found or created a hole from underneath and crawled in. Stinker! Hole is now closed but the bed will be lowered to floor this weekend. I will probably stay with her in the guest room one night then. She will have no hidden areas in which to hide at that point, but plenty of space to be elsewhere in the room.

She has seen Teddy and so very much wants to meet him more -- the first time she cried and cried after Teddy walked away (broke my heart!). She calls to him now. Teddy talks a bit, but like many men, finally says enough and walks away. ;-) He has come in her room with me, and sniffed around but never walked up to her.

Eating, drinking and litter boxing all good. Only health related issue thus far was an irritated left eye that occurred at then end of the first week. Third eyelid appeared and redness ensued for a few days. Treated with L-lysine 2x/day for one week. Eye cleared. Taking 1x/day now through end of the month.

She has played a little with me (usually only interested at night, though that's changing). She swatted at worm toy one night and got my hand -- claws are very sharp. A little concerned about this in the immediate future, in case she and Teddy confront. Ted is more likely to run away, as I think she is. But will keep an eye out in the meantime.

(Last update: May 27th, 2016 12am)

OLIVER
I'm a fun loving, affectionate, roly poly ball of fun looking for my own family to love! I love other cats and dogs, and kids too. I like to play and play, and then curl up and cuddle with a favorite human. My foster mom says you'd better ask about me before she decides to keep me!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Oliver
ID#: VA11206
Location:  Indiana
Sex: male
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 11/15/15
Adopted: 12/12/15
Congrats: Sara
Foster: Sara



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Notes from Home
Oliver is doing great! We finally renamed him after weeks of debate, so from now on, "Nigel" he is! He is a wild man and pounces on all three cats and the two big dogs whenever he is in the mood. The only one he really respects is the 6 pound min pin! When he is not sacking someone, he is a total love bug, and can often be found snoozing upside-down in someone's arms like a baby. He is growing like a weed and is a very handsome fellow (pics to follow). Hope you all are well!

Sara

Once little Nigel is now a big, densely-coated, fat-tailed cat! Although not yet a year old, he has been put on a diet because his enthusiasm for eating was catching up with him. He has LOTS of skin, so it seems like he would grow into it, but instead the fat just went to his belly. When he lies upside-down in your arms (which is his favorite snuggle position) he looks HUGE, but don't worry, it is not as bad as it seems from that angle! He is still a very active kitten and loves to chase the dogs tails whenever they go by, and plays much more than our other cats have the energy for, but despite this everyone gets along well. One of his silliest and possibly treacherous games is to chase, lick and bite the toes as they walk to the kitchen in the morning. We are having a blast with him, and the 14 year old boy who had only had cats and never had a kitten now has had the full kitten experience! Thank you to everyone who helped us find our new boy, and keep up the good work!

(Last update: May 26th, 2016 7pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Bella
ID#: VA9119
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 03/16/13
Adopted: 05/26/13
Congrats: Betsy
Foster: Siri


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
BELLA
I am the Bella of the ball, yet no one wants to dance with me. I wore my special bunny fur chocolate mink coat, and have my suitcase packed, yet my Meezer Express taxi hasn't shown up yet. Outgoing and friendly, easy going and loving, not sure what more you could ask for, especially when I have included my medical docs updated and my travel stamp issued. Perhaps I should move to NYC so my taxi hailing skills improve?
Notes from Home
OOPS! Deleted my previous update since I was a bad girl and did not read above in red. Sorry. Bella is the absolute Queen of the house and could not be loved more. She is very smart and already knows words/commands.with very little prompting. We had already told her this was her 2 year anniversary and even sang to her. She is healthy with absolutely no problems and receives her annual exams and every other month nail clipping at the vet regularly. Can't imagine a time when we didn't have her with us. We are both retired so she has love and companionship all day and night. She has worn all the cardboard down on the Imperial Cat Large Tiger we bought her two years ago and now uses it as her "adulation headquarters" by spreading out on it and expecting a total body massage and petting. And she gets it every time! All good news here.

Bella remains the Queen of the house. Cannot believe it has only been 3 years since it seems she has been with us forever. Has now dug an actual hole in the Imperial Cat Large Tiger so she can put her head in it. Why she likes this remains a mystery but we are afraid to buy a much needed new tiger since it will take another 3 yrs. for her to personalize it to her taste. Time will tell. Look for next year's update!!!

(Last update: May 26th, 2016 9am)

DIBELS
I am a velcro, Siamese vocal, "What do you mean you don't have time for me?" kind of guy. I will help you with EVERYTHING you do; read, cook, work, bathroom stuff, you name it, I will be there. I really love to snuggle, serenade with purrs, and make biscuits.


PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Dibels
ID#: VA11086
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 09/19/15
Adopted: 01/10/16
Congrats: Kristina
Foster: Julie



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Notes from Home
Dibels (we kept his original name) is doing great. He and our other 3 cats all get along. They all wrestle and play with each other to different degrees. His favorite cat is Tiny, who we also adopted from SCRC - they are best friends even though they were not adopted together. Dibels is the most playful and energetic of all our cats - he is ready to chase toys and wands any time. He happily attacks toes through the covers. He's obsessed with watching the birds and other action outside and regularly occupies either our front window (neighbors know him from seeing him in the window) or the top of the cat tree that looks out a back window. He had some hip issues when we adopted him, but he never lets that slow him down. He's now figured out how to jump up to a few higher places in the house, and he's so proud of himself when he does it. He's also our most talkative cat, and we enjoy the conversations he has with himself and the other cats. Due to his hip issues, we wanted to make sure he stayed a healthy weight, so we switched from free feeding to feeding twice a day. Dibels has maintained a perfect, healthy weight this way.
(Last update: May 25th, 2016 8am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Tutti
ID#: VA11178
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
Date In: 11/01/15
Adopted: 11/21/15
Congrats: Kristina
Foster: Jeanne


TUTTI
Hi, I'm Tutti. I came here with my litter mate Fruitti. I'm playful, have good litter box habits and would really like a forever home of my own so I don't have to stay in a cage much longer.

Would you like a cute little girl like me? If so, ask about me and maybe I could come live with you.

Purrs,
Tutti
Notes from Home
Tutti is now named Tiny, and she is very loved by the humans and the other cats in the house! She's a very sweet cat who likes to play with wands, likes to wrestle the other cats, and LOVES foil balls. She used to like being under the covers, but she might be outgrowing that (sadly). She's the only female with 3 males, and the other cats seem to worship her - she butts them with her head or muzzle as she walks by them, and they all give her licks whenever they can. They also all groom her. It's very cute. Her favorite person is my boyfriend, and she prefers to sit on his lap. I'm hoping I can bribe her to choose my lap one day :) She loves being brushed, and she loves sitting on the highest level of our cat tree. We are happy to have her!!! Thank you to all who made it possible.
(Last update: May 25th, 2016 8am)

BILLY BLUE
If you're looking for a very smart seal point boy, with just a hint of devil, left over from Halloween, who's an angel in disguise, then look no further. While it's nice to have a warm room all to myself, I'd rather have a home with a person to call my very own. This time last year I was homeless, landing in a shelter. Then I got adopted, but unfortunately, things didn't work out in my new home. So now I've got to learn to trust again. I've already made a start, according to Foster Meowm. I've started snuggling up to her when she comes in to read or nap on my big double bed. She says that the purr-fect home is out there, and to be patient. I've just arrived, but I'm so anxious! I like to play with that kitty tease thing on a string. I like to watch you with my big saucer eyes, and trill softly to talk to you. Meown thinks I might like a young playmate after I've settled in my fur-ever home for a while. Oh, I do want to be Billy Sunshine, rather than Billy Blue. Can we celebrate Thanksgiving together?
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Billy Blue
ID#: VA3789
Location:  Connecticut
Sex: male
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
DateIn: 10/23/05
Adopted: 12/03/05
Deceased: 05/15/16
Congrats: Holly
Foster: Trish


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
May 5th, 2012

It was quite the ordeal to orchestrate getting kitty and I together. He was, of course, quite timid at first; hiding under the bed and growling a bit, but with love and patience we bonded very quickly. I would sit in his room and read and within the week he was happy to sit next to me and ready to explore the rest of the apartment. I wasn’t going anywhere and I guess he started to see that. It took me a while, but once I got to know his personality I renamed him Ashley, in memory of another loving Siamese he resembles.

Over the years he became bolder with strangers that came into the apartment and now he is so social with anyone and everyone, as long as they're in his house! We take walks down to the laundry room together. He loves getting outside the apartment into the halls because they’re carpeted, but if he meets anyone on the way, he’ll playfully run back to the open apartment door and wait until they pass. Going to the laundry room is a bit of a ritual we have now and seems to be a little adventure that he really enjoys. He’ll normally follow me there and back, but if he strays a bit (again with the carpets!) he’ll come promptly when called. He’s such a curious little devil and so very playful.

Two years ago Ashley and I made the long trek across the country together. We now live in a beautiful little place just outside Vancouver, with big bright windows where he will often sit and watch the birds. He is now a very laid back little kitty. He loves to headbutt and snuggle, and doesn’t mind being picked up (for a short while :P). He is one of the most affectionate cats I have ever know; always sitting next to me (or on me) when he’s not napping in his cat house, eating, or terrorizing the carpets; springing upon them and pawing, even though he has no claws. He loves chasing his ribbon around and his catnip mousy and at night he curls up at my back, purring happily.

He still has his litterbox issues from time to time, but for the most part it’s not a problem. It seems to only happen when he gets stressed about his litterbox. He’s very picky about it and any tampering with it will often cause him to act out. Although this can definitely be annoying, it’s nothing that can’t be worked through. I don’t blame him for it (we all have issues) and I wouldn’t give him up for anything. He’s a such a precious, special little kitty with so much love and personality. I love him dearly and he has become an important part of my life and a member of my family.


May19th, 2016

It is with a very heavy heart that I am writing to tell you that that our beloved Ashley (formally Billy Blue VA3789) died suddenly on Sunday afternoon May 15th, 2016. I cannot properly express how completely devastated my husband and I are. He was the most loving and affectionate kitty I have ever known. He was my friend. He has left a gaping hole in our hearts and we miss him so very much.

I wanted to thank everyone involved in finding him and helping me find him. I am so happy that he was that cat I adopted 11 years ago, and I feel truly blessed to have been able to give him a safe and loving home of his own.


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


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Maggie

(FKA Alina)

ID#: VA11169
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 10/31/15
Adopted: 11/14/15
Congrats: J F
Foster: Siri


This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
MAGGIE
A shy gal who went home and got overwhelmed by a busy lifestyle, I'm now looking for a very quiet smaller home with a patient human who can help me get my wits back around me. Good habits but easily spooked.
Notes from Home
Can't believe Maggie arrived six months ago. Seems like yesterday. One of the better things I have done.
Maggie is a gentle, quiet and non aggresive cat. She has never been a problem. She was initially very shy and did not want to be touched or petted. However, as the months have passed, she has become more sure of herself and her surroundings. She now looks forward to her brushings and ear rubs. I believe she has finally decided I am OK and will adopt me.
All in all, I am pleased to have her, and in her cat way I believe Maggie feels secure in her new home.

(Last update: May 24th, 2016 11am)

NONNI
A little overwhelmed (the story of my life coming from a large number of animals household), I'm thinking I'd like to try a smaller group home this time around!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Nonni
ID#: VA11381
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lilac
DateIn: 03/20/16
Adopted: 04/09/16
Congrats: Deborah
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

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Notes from Home
4/23/16 We have so enjoyed having Nonni in our family. I call her "sweet girl" because she is so petite and gentle. She has her chosen safe place under Derek's bed upstairs, if needed, but the last 2 weeks she has really blossomed. She enjoys her quiet time looking out the window watching and listening to the birds every day and will sit on your lap for pets and chin rubs when she decides. We are still working on play, simple seems to work best, like treats in a toilet paper roll, and she loves her boxes with windows cut out.

She still prefers her old food but we are working on that as well. She was drinking little bits from her dish but we realized she preferred the faucet and consumed quite a bit when we turned it on for her. She now has a pet water fountain. Today was her wellness check-up . The Dr. said she is a pretty, healthy gal who now weighs 7 1/2 pounds. Will send some pictures in next update. Thank you.

5/23/16 (Derek's birthday today) A month has past and I have to say that Nonni has brought much joy and excitement into our home. We just love our little petite girl who continues to blossom. She has accepted her new food and put on healthy weight that has thickened her fur giving her a gorgeous coat. She has become much more relaxed, no longer hides, which allows us to see her more playful side. The bond between Derek and Nonni brings tears to my eyes. I can't thank you enough for the therapy that she has provided for my son. Derek takes great care and responsibility in providing all of Nonni's needs along with love and attention. They have been great for one another.

(Last update: May 24th, 2016 12am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Greyson
ID#: VA10741
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 05/09/15
Adopted: 05/16/15
Congrats: Donald
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
GREYSON
What she said! Although I have a voice of my own, trust me, so you had better like talking, interactive, in your face cats!
Notes from Home
Greyson

Well, I’ve been here 7 months and I think I’ve finally decided that this is a pretty good place to live. I was really scared when Camille and I first got here because I didn’t know what was happening. We had lived in our first home all of our lives and suddenly our dad took us to a place where we had never been and left us there. I know he didn’t want to do it but the sweet little girl who lived with us was allergic to us (whatever that means), and had trouble breathing. The nice lady at the Siamese Rescue place found us this new place to live and before long we went on a car ride to our new home. Let me tell you, I was scared when we first got here and pretty much lived under the bed for weeks. I only came out to eat, drink, and use the litter box. After awhile my new mom could coax me out to play with the stuffed rat that my first dad and mom had sent with me. They knew how much I loved the rat and thought I’d feel better in my new home if I had it with me. Boy I’m glad they did!

Cami and I were in a bedroom for a couple of weeks and she finally felt ready to explore. She’s a lot braver that I am so one night she opened the door to the hall and ran out and down the stairs. I followed but it was dark and I got scared and ran back up and hid under the bed. Cami was happy to have the run of the house after that but I was too timid to leave the bedroom. My new mom would come to the bottom of the stairs every day and call me to come down. After about a week I got lonely up there and would come to the top of the stairs, then a few days later I came down three steps, then the next day four or five steps, and finally I came all the way down and took a couple of steps into the living room. Who’s da MAN? I’m da MAN!

After a couple of months our new dad and mom took us to another place they call a “vacation home”. We were worried that they might leave us with more strangers, but they stayed with us and it was just the four of us, no new family to meet. While we were there, for some reason Cami decided that I was not her buddy of 8 years, but some evil stranger. She hissed and swatted at me, I growled and chased her. We got that sorted out and by the third time we went there we really liked it, especially the screened porch! I love to find a sunny spot out there a take a nap. The last time we went I walked over to the door to the porch and waited for Mom to open it. When she did, it was cold! “What have you done with summer?” I asked. She told me not to worry, there is a fireplace I can curl up next to until warm weather comes again.

I was afraid of new dad at first because he is big, but now I curl up with him in bed and on his recliner. I still am a little nervous when he is standing but I’m getting over that now. He calls me Stretch because I have long legs and love to stretch them out, even when I’m sleeping. I still think about my first family sometimes, but new mom tells me that they still love Cami and me and didn’t want to give us away. Then she hugs and kisses us for them and I feel better. Things are looking good.

May 23, 2016
Cami and I have been here for a year already! As soon as I felt secure in this home I began to train my people as to how I want things done. Not that I'm fussy about most things but it is an absolute MUST that my mom pick me up and hold me first thing in the morning when we arrive in the kitchen, even before she feeds me. If she forgets and puts my food down first, I'll yowl at her until she picks me up, and believe me I can be loud and insistent. Also, I have to be facing left with her left arm between my front legs and her right arm between my hind legs so her hands meet under my middle. I once saw a picture of a lion straddling a tree limb and I thought that looked cool and "kingly" so I thought I'd try it. Then with my legs hanging down I lean back into Mom and purr with my eyes closed and my front paws kneading the air. We both think that's a great way to start the day.

When Cami had to go to the vet's several times and even had to stay for several hours once, I surprised Mom and Dad by not hissing at her when she came home. They say I'm a calm good-natured guy because many cats do hiss when their roommate comes back smelling like a stranger.

The weather is finally warming up which means windows can be opened pretty soon. I'm really looking forward to hearing, seeing and smelling all of the outdoor creatures again!

(Last update: May 24th, 2016 12am)

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