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CIARA
Easy going, a little squeaky, lots of purring and exploring going on! I just won the award for best most lovely affectionate lap sitting video ever!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Ciara
ID#: VA10636
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 02/26/15
Adopted: 03/21/15
Congrats: Michele
Foster: Siri


This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats

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Notes from Home
It's has been just about 2 weeks since we brought Ciara to her forever home. She is doing so well and has quickly stolen our hearts. She is happy and playful and just a love bug. The lovely care she received from the wonderful folks at the rescue center made her transition so much easier. I am sure we will have a lot more great stories yo share about her as time goes on. Just love her so much!

April 21, 2015- we just celebrated our first month with Bella (Ciara). She continues to do wonderful and we are enjoying her so much. She is so playfull and there are tons of toys all over the house. Loves to play hide and seek and every day is a new adventure! We are so happy Bella is a part of our family.

June 28th, 2015 - three months have gone by and Bella (Ciara) is doing wonderful! She has the run of the house and is so playfuland curious. She is friendly to anyone who comes to visit and loves to chirp and talk. Just a joy and we love her so much

March 21,2016- today is Bella's (Ciara's) one year anniversary to her homecoming. She is just as sweet and adorable today as she was back then. She is the queen of the house and is just so loving and playful. She had her vet checkup 2 weeks ago, and she is doing great! We love her so much and are so great full she came into our lives.

(Last update: Mar 21st, 2016 8pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Cosmo
ID#: VA7585
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Seal
Date In: 02/24/11
Adopted: 03/21/11
Congrats: Diana
Foster: Christine

Foster Notes

COSMO
I just got here.

I am doing really great, eating, drinking, and using my litter box like a good boy!

I just needed a few days to settle in but I decided like it here at foster mom's!

Foster mom says I am very sweet and gentle.

I REALLY LOVE LAPS!!!! I will sit on a lap all day long:)

Foster mom is going to let me meet the other kitties that live here and explore the house really soon, once my sniffles are gone.

You can ask about me now:)

You will be glad you did!

Cosmo
Notes from Home
WThis Sunday will be Cosmos 3 week anniversary with us,and he is doing great.He is totally and happily adjusted,and I am so pleased at how quickly he seemed to feel right at home and comfortable.I am equally happy at how Cosmo and Willow took to each other,they have become fast friends. It gives me such pleasure and joy to watch them play together,sleep together and wash one anothers face.A perfect match! He really is a sweetie and we love him.I really aprreciate and thank Siamese Rescue and all the dedicated volunteers who brought Cosmo to us.Siamese Rescue does a wonderful job and is a real blessing and god send to all the beautiful kitties who find their way to you.Cosmo and Willow sWWend their best meows and purrs to all,and again many thanks from me.Sincerely,Diana. Here it is August 13th and five months since Cosmo's been here,and he is doing terrific.He is the sweetest most lovable little guy,well behaved and the perfect gentlemen! "Willow' is so happy to have a brother to play with (as I am),they are such wonderful company for one another.They make me laugh with their antics and I can't help but smile just to see them.They are my two treasures and I love them..Thank you again Siamese Rescue and all the kind Fosters and a special thanks to Ginny Boyle,who is always ready to lend me her ear.Bless you All,Diana

Here we are celebrating Cosmo's 6th month anniversary and he (and Willow & I) are doing just wonderful. He is an absolute angel,the most easy going,laid back,sweet gentle little soul,a perfect kittie,who is no trouble,quite the opposite,a real joy! One would think he and "Willow" have been together since birth,they are quite the twosome.They play,chase,jump,hop in the air,wrestle and tackle,very entertaining,I love watching them!Too cute.But when Willow's had enough and wants to stop,she lets him know,and being the gentlemen he is quietly steps aside,then as both are conked out will snuggle and take their catnaps.He really has made our little family complete.
He is still a little leary when visitors come and will keep his distance,but is slowly coming around.But the biggest breakthrough for me is how well he is with "Jake",my nieces Shih Tzu,when he comes for sleepovers. When its time for lights out,they know,and we all get in the bed together,and I can't ask for more than that!
Many thanks again to everyone at Siamese Rescue and special thanks to Ginny Boyle,my interviewer and new friend! Bless you all for the wonderful work you do .

Here it is Cosmo's 1 year anniversary and I am delighted to report he is doing wonderful,healthy,happy and enjoying life..He is without a doubt the most gentle and sweetest soul,with an easy going,laid back disposition.But he still loves to play and wrestle with his best buddy "Willow",they're like two peas in a pod,a perfect match.

Cosmo celebrated his first Christmas with us and he was very curious when all the decorations came out and the tree trimming began,he had to investigate and check everything,than sat very interested ,watching all the goings on,but soon grew bored and left for his catnap!(which he is a pro at)

Cosmo,Willow and I have settled into a comfortable routine,and looking forward to the lazy days of summer and some serious birdwatching!

They really are my little angels, who constantly bring me joy,laughter and entertainment!! It"s all great!!!

Here it is Cosmo's 2nd anniversary and he is doing great! Healthy,thriving and content! He is my sweet little man and with his gentle,mild disposition he is so endearing I want to hug & kiss him (and I do) all the time.

He continues to be Willow's constant and ever ready playmate and cuddle buddy,they are inseparable! They still give me laughs and pure pleasure!

I sent their pictures to our local monthly pet newspaper and was so surprised when the editor called me! She absolutely loved their photos,and thought they were so beautiful she wanted to put them on the back cover,So we will see. I am so proud of my babies!!

Again so many thanks to Siri and all the dedicated people at Siamese Rescue for bringing me this precious little guy.Special thanks to my friend and Cosmo's aunt,Ginny Boyle


We"re marking Cosmos's third anniversary and he is excellent and he,Willow & I couldn't be happier! He is so playful,loves his catnip filled squirrel,tossing in the air and catching,also the feather on a string,but his very favorite time continues to be playing with his BFF, Willow, giving them both plenty of excerise!!

Again,at the risk of repeating myself & sounding like a proud mom,I have the most perfect meezers,(Cosmo & Willow agree !!)

I am so very glad to have these two little lovebugs sharing my life & home.So greatful to all at siamese rescue that made this match possible,you are all the best !! God Bless

We"re celebrating Cosmos's 5th anniversary and he is doing wonderful.Went for his yearly wellness
last week and he got a clean bill of health,Yeah !!
Most mornings he likes to sleep in(sometimes Willow too) so I'm forced to wait till my little prince is
ready to rise aand shine before I can make my bed, but thats Ok ,he looks so comfortable and content I dare not disturb him. He also has found his voice and talks to me alot but so sweet using his "indoor voice",he comes when called and follows me around (when he feels like it)
Spring is here and he and Willow will be so happy to sit in the window, get the breeze and watch and listen to the birds again.
So all is good !! Happy Spring and many Thanks to everyone that made this possible for Cosmo,me and Willow.


(Last update: Mar 21st, 2016 2pm)

JAKE
OK Jude, I'm here now. Just checking around for everything on our checklist, then I will tell the lady about us. Oops keep that list clean, we're moving again.

Jude, I heard all about a new home. There will be fountains and cushy beds, lots of food and plenty of things to explore. We can tell Meowma how hungery we are and I'll bet we get lots of treats.

Do you think you can behave, or do I need to keep giving you cover? Now get out of my way so I can play with this new toy foster mom brought us. I love these feathers. No you don't play with the handle, you play with the feathers.

Dear New Mom,
I love to talk, a lot, really a whole lot. I hope you will enjoy listening. I'll tell you what Jude is doing, I'll tell you what Paw is doing, I'll tell you what the washing machine is doing. I love to talk. For a little guy, my voice is as big as the sky.

From your chatterbox fur-son.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Jake

(FKA Jacob)

ID#: VA10641
Location:  Massachusetts
Sex: male
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 02/28/15
Adopted: 03/21/15
Congrats: Judith
Foster: Bonnie


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

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Notes from Home
Happy New Year!

For those who are still waiting for a furever home, may 2016 be the year your dream comes true.

Here we are beginning a new year in our furever home and want to share a few highlights from the last three months.

Jake and Jude here: Mom and Dad decorated the house for Christmas with wreaths and candles at the windows. There is a mantle over the fireplace and mom decorated that with fresh greens and soldier-type nutcrackers, fresh fruit, and a pineapple. We asked her about the fruit and especially the pineapple and she told us the decorations are similar to a burg where William lived back when the U.S.A. was born -- the pineapple means welcome. She didn’t say so but we think that after this William guy died, they named the town Williamsburg and ever after Virginia believed in Santa Claus.

Jude here: Mom decorated a little tree with tiny white lights and some special things. She put tiny candy canes on the tree, too. Jake really thought it was fun to smack the candy canes down on the floor and watch them smash. Mom was not amused but didn’t fuss. She just cleaned up the pieces and said she was darn glad we didn’t figure out the mantle.

Jake here: We got Christmas stockings that Santa filled with our special food. Turns out, I’m allergic to grains so we have special grain-free food that mom stocks in our Mini-Mart. Foster Mom Bonnie sent us a Christmas package that had some special grain-free freeze-dried chicken and gosh Jude and I gobbled that up. She also sent us each a toy fortune cookie because of our good fortune last year. As for the candy canes, I refuse to answer on the grounds that…

Our neighborhood is mostly quiet so on New Year’s Eve we got a bit nervous when we heard a few loud noises. Mom told us it was okay and started reading out loud to us a story about two Siamese cats that help solve murders. After a few loud booms, everything got quiet again. Dad, well Dad was asleep in his recliner downstairs – he claims he was awake.

Our resolution for 2016 is to make a wish every day that those who are still waiting find the purrfect furever home.

Purrs,
Jake and Jude


We’re older dudes and had never heard of “mass transit” until foster mom Bonnie put us into a car that was the first part of The Meezer Express caravan. Each car took us closer and closer to our new furever mom and dad. Our new mom calls us carpetbaggers because we came from up north to a place called Virginia. That was on March 21, 2015.

When we got to our new furever home, our new mom and dad put us in a big bedroom. Surprise! There was our very own Millie bed on top of the people bed. We were tired and shy so we climbed into our bed to sleep. We didn’t feel scared because we had our own bed, plus toys, food, and a special potty -- a big tub with a hole cut in the side (we may be carpetbaggers but we’re not squatters.) The next morning, we decided to see the rest of our new home. Our new mom thought she was being really sneaky careful when she opened the door but we were ready and waiting and bolted through the door and down the hallway. WOW! It took all day to explore our very own English muffin with so many nooks and crannies. But, by sundown, we owned the place (and mom and dad).

A few weeks later, we met our new doctor. He’s really nice and said we look amazing for geezers. Jacob, aka Jake, had to have some dental work. Mom and dad say we are toothless wonders because we eat wet and dry food like champions – especially Jake. Jake reminds mom of humans she doesn’t appreciate because they eat and eat and still stay skinny. Well, that’s Jake! But mom loves him. She keeps the J&J Mini-Mart fully stocked.

Mom and dad put a special ledge on a “safe” window sill and we spend lots of time sleeping there in the sunshine. Sometimes we sleep in our downstairs Millie bed and sometimes in our upstairs Millie bed. When we aren’t sleeping or eating, we play Indy 500, chase Da Bird and the snake wand and chew our cat nip toys. We also like sleeping on the people bed. We use our scratching posts and play rugs but sometimes Jude forgets and uses the carpet (that’s when mom and dad get big voices). We like to sit with mom when she reads and watches t.v. and we really enjoy using dad’s computer keyboard.

Jake says he may run for President (everyone else is). He has opinions on everything and just blurts out whatever he thinks whenever he feels like it. His 4 a.m. filibuster is a specialty mom does not appreciate. Dad just keeps sleeping.

Jude says he has special talents, too. When he wants attention he puts his paw out and reaches up to say he wants to be held and snuggled. He also curls his paw into a dipper to get a drink of water from a people glass -- he especially likes the mug of water on dad’s desk.

We ‘re full of love and big purrs and that’s why we got a special treat -- Foster mom Bonnie, her husband (Uncle Earl) and Godmommy Karen (our interviewer) came to visit us. That was such a special treat. We think they’re special for finding us the best mom and dad we could ever imagine. The caravan people are special, too. SCRC is good. Our life is very good.

Purrs
Jacob and Jude


Hi everyone,

Jude and Jake here: Wow! We can hardly believe it has been one whole year since we came to live with our furever mom and dad in Virginia. A while back, we woke up and it was snowing and snowing and snowing. We thought we were back in Massachusetts but mom told us we are still in Virginia and it was just a big Virginia-style snow storm. She told us to climb up on our window ledge and enjoy watching snowflakes fall down because Virginia doesn’t get so much snow like Massachusetts. Whew! We were so happy we were safe and warm inside with our food and water and treats.

Jude here: I’ve been practicing new table manners. Now I like to use a front paw to scoop food and water up into my mouth. I practiced using the mug of water dad keeps on his desk. He’s okay with sharing his water with me. He also keeps a bag of treats in one of the desk drawers. We try to be really quiet but somehow Jacob, who has radar ears, comes running and demands his more than fair share. Jake thinks everyone should share everything with him. Sometimes, mom and dad call him “jealous Jake.” Not to be outdone by dad, mom also keeps a bag of treats in a desk in her tv room. Shhhh! Don’t tell Dad. We sure have a great life. Treats here, treats there, treats treats everywhere. Oh, one more thing about Jake – sometimes he isn’t nearly as clever as he thinks he is because he goes into a room, pushes the door closed, then screams like a banshee because he can’t get out. Mom says he’s simple.

Jake here: Since I’ve been on grain-free food, I’ve had only a few upset tummy episodes. I still eat like a competitive foodie but don’t get sick now. Sometimes Mom and dad give us a spoonful of shredded baked chicken or salmon or grilled steak and those are really awesome treats. Recently, I discovered that Mom makes an outstanding Millie bed substitution when she sleeps. I just climb up on her hip, settle in, and we’re off to dreamland. I don’t share that spot with Jude. Jude likes to sleep next to Mom pushed up against her arm. Oh, and I am NOT simple – I just know how to get attention.

Jake and Jude: When Mom is doing stuff around the house, we like to visit dad in his office – we’re really good at sorting papers and we’re learning to use the computer. We also like to sit with him in his recliner where we all watch tv through closed eyelids. Not wanting to play favorites, we then go upstairs and sit on mom’s lap while she reads or watches tv. Mom says all four of us are geezers so we’re going to move to a retirement community nearby. We get to take all our toys and Millie beds, our mini-mart, our special litter box, and our TREATS. She says it will be a good place where we will all still all be together but we won’t have to go up and down stairs. So, all-in-all, we’ve had a terrific year. Here’s looking forward to year two.

Mom and Dad here: We are blessed!

Respectfully submitted with purrs,
J&J


(Last update: Mar 21st, 2016 10am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Jude
ID#: VA10640
Location:  Massachusetts
Sex: male
Current Age: 14 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 02/28/15
Adopted: 03/21/15
Congrats: Judith
Foster: Bonnie


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
JUDE
I'm waiting for Jacob to tell foster mom what she needs to know for this web page.

Jacob, you didn't tell me this wasn't a forever home. I heard foster mom talking with someone. I want to go live with the someone, it sounds like we'll be the kings of the whole mansion.

You'd better give me a really good bath, I want to impress the new someone.

Oh mystery someone, we'll being seeing you very soon.

From you purr-fect little man.
Notes from Home
Happy New Year!

For those who are still waiting for a furever home, may 2016 be the year your dream comes true.

Here we are beginning a new year in our furever home and want to share a few highlights from the last three months.

Jake and Jude here: Mom and Dad decorated the house for Christmas with wreaths and candles at the windows. There is a mantle over the fireplace and mom decorated that with fresh greens and soldier-type nutcrackers, fresh fruit, and a pineapple. We asked her about the fruit and especially the pineapple and she told us the decorations are similar to a burg where William lived back when the U.S.A. was born -- the pineapple means welcome. She didn’t say so but we think that after this William guy died, they named the town Williamsburg and ever after Virginia believed in Santa Claus.

Jude here: Mom decorated a little tree with tiny white lights and some special things. She put tiny candy canes on the tree, too. Jake really thought it was fun to smack the candy canes down on the floor and watch them smash. Mom was not amused but didn’t fuss. She just cleaned up the pieces and said she was darn glad we didn’t figure out the mantle.

Jake here: We got Christmas stockings that Santa filled with our special food. Turns out, I’m allergic to grains so we have special grain-free food that mom stocks in our Mini-Mart. Foster Mom Bonnie sent us a Christmas package that had some special grain-free freeze-dried chicken and gosh Jude and I gobbled that up. She also sent us each a toy fortune cookie because of our good fortune last year. As for the candy canes, I refuse to answer on the grounds that…

Our neighborhood is mostly quiet so on New Year’s Eve we got a bit nervous when we heard a few loud noises. Mom told us it was okay and started reading out loud to us a story about two Siamese cats that help solve murders. After a few loud booms, everything got quiet again. Dad, well Dad was asleep in his recliner downstairs – he claims he was awake.

Our resolution for 2016 is to make a wish every day that those who are still waiting find the purrfect furever home.

Purrs,
Jake and Jude


We’re older dudes and had never heard of “mass transit” until foster mom Bonnie put us into a car that was the first part of The Meezer Express caravan. Each car took us closer and closer to our new furever mom and dad. Our new mom calls us carpetbaggers because we came from up north to a place called Virginia. That was on March 21, 2015.

When we got to our new furever home, our new mom and dad put us in a big bedroom. Surprise! There was our very own Millie bed on top of the people bed. We were tired and shy so we climbed into our bed to sleep. We didn’t feel scared because we had our own bed, plus toys, food, and a special potty -- a big tub with a hole cut in the side (we may be carpetbaggers but we’re not squatters.) The next morning, we decided to see the rest of our new home. Our new mom thought she was being really sneaky careful when she opened the door but we were ready and waiting and bolted through the door and down the hallway. WOW! It took all day to explore our very own English muffin with so many nooks and crannies. But, by sundown, we owned the place (and mom and dad).

A few weeks later, we met our new doctor. He’s really nice and said we look amazing for geezers. Jacob, aka Jake, had to have some dental work. Mom and dad say we are toothless wonders because we eat wet and dry food like champions – especially Jake. Jake reminds mom of humans she doesn’t appreciate because they eat and eat and still stay skinny. Well, that’s Jake! But mom loves him. She keeps the J&J Mini-Mart fully stocked.

Mom and dad put a special ledge on a “safe” window sill and we spend lots of time sleeping there in the sunshine. Sometimes we sleep in our downstairs Millie bed and sometimes in our upstairs Millie bed. When we aren’t sleeping or eating, we play Indy 500, chase Da Bird and the snake wand and chew our cat nip toys. We also like sleeping on the people bed. We use our scratching posts and play rugs but sometimes Jude forgets and uses the carpet (that’s when mom and dad get big voices). We like to sit with mom when she reads and watches t.v. and we really enjoy using dad’s computer keyboard.

Jake says he may run for President (everyone else is). He has opinions on everything and just blurts out whatever he thinks whenever he feels like it. His 4 a.m. filibuster is a specialty mom does not appreciate. Dad just keeps sleeping.

Jude says he has special talents, too. When he wants attention he puts his paw out and reaches up to say he wants to be held and snuggled. He also curls his paw into a dipper to get a drink of water from a people glass -- he especially likes the mug of water on dad’s desk.

We ‘re full of love and big purrs and that’s why we got a special treat -- Foster mom Bonnie, her husband (Uncle Earl) and Godmommy Karen (our interviewer) came to visit us. That was such a special treat. We think they’re special for finding us the best mom and dad we could ever imagine. The caravan people are special, too. SCRC is good. Our life is very good.

Purrs
Jacob and Jude


Hi everyone, here is our one-year anniversary update:

Jude and Jake here: Wow! We can hardly believe it has been one whole year since we came to live with our furever mom and dad in Virginia. A while back, we woke up and it was snowing and snowing and snowing. We thought we were back in Massachusetts but mom told us we are still in Virginia and it was just a big Virginia-style snow storm. She told us to climb up on our window ledge and enjoy watching snowflakes fall down because Virginia doesn’t get so much snow like Massachusetts. Whew! We were so happy we were safe and warm inside with our food and water and treats.

Jude here: I’ve been practicing new table manners. Now I like to use a front paw to scoop food and water up into my mouth. I practiced using the mug of water dad keeps on his desk. He’s okay with sharing his water with me. He also keeps a bag of treats in one of the desk drawers. We try to be really quiet but somehow Jacob, who has radar ears, comes running and demands his more than fair share. Jake thinks everyone should share everything with him. Sometimes, mom and dad call him “jealous Jake.” Not to be outdone by dad, mom also keeps a bag of treats in a desk in her tv room. Shhhh! Don’t tell Dad. We sure have a great life. Treats here, treats there, treats treats everywhere. Oh, one more thing about Jake – sometimes he isn’t nearly as clever as he thinks he is because he goes into a room, pushes the door closed, then screams like a banshee because he can’t get out. Mom says he’s simple.

Jake here: Since I’ve been on grain-free food, I’ve had only a few upset tummy episodes. I still eat like a competitive foodie but don’t get sick now. Sometimes Mom and dad give us a spoonful of shredded baked chicken or salmon or grilled steak and those are really awesome treats. Recently, I discovered that Mom makes an outstanding Millie bed substitution when she sleeps. I just climb up on her hip, settle in, and we’re off to dreamland. I don’t share that spot with Jude. Jude likes to sleep next to Mom pushed up against her arm. Oh, and I am NOT simple – I just know how to get attention.

Jake and Jude: When Mom is doing stuff around the house, we like to visit dad in his office – we’re really good at sorting papers and we’re learning to use the computer. We also like to sit with him in his recliner where we all watch tv through closed eyelids. Not wanting to play favorites, we then go upstairs and sit on mom’s lap while she reads or watches tv. Mom says all four of us are geezers so we’re going to move to a retirement community nearby. We get to take all our toys and Millie beds, our mini-mart, our special litter box, and our TREATS. She says it will be a good place where we will all still all be together but we won’t have to go up and down stairs. So, all-in-all, we’ve had a terrific year. Here’s looking forward to year two.

Mom and Dad here: We are blessed!

Respectfully submitted with purrs,
J&J


(Last update: Mar 21st, 2016 10am)

JEWEL
Lonely single tortie girl seeking catless and lonely parents.

Want dedicated attention (no other cats, please), but those woofer types are okay as long as they don't interfere with my time with you. Diva-ish, but can be conned into forgiving any transgressions (particularly those transgressions that involve the vet) if you sit down with me and let me purr on you.

If you think you have room in your heart and your house for a gently used older and loving cat, email foster meowm!
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Jewel
ID#: VA5892
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 19 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Tortie
DateIn: 09/06/08
Adopted: 03/21/09
Congrats: Teresa
Foster: Jeannie


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
Jewel's First Anniversary with us.

Jewel has settled in like she owns the place, and us! We are her devoted servants and she is quick to let us know in no uncertain terms via LOUD meowing if we have displeased our benevolent Queen.

She spends time sleeping in her millie bed (complete with pet heating pad) on the couch, a recliner near the sunroom window, and a two-tiered basket in the library beside the bay window.

She enjoys the extensive nature programming on the sunroom window channel (birds and deer), the french door channel (more birds and the cat next door), and the bay window channel which hosts the late night moth show.

Our resident red-shouldered hawk saw Jewel basking in the sun on the hassock in the sunroom and tried to attack her through the window. I heard a loud Bonk! one afternoon and saw the hawk sitting on the deck railing outside the window shaking his head back and forth. Jewel, oblivious to the excitement, continued to sleep in the sun.

Jewel has her established routines. She loves to have her belly rubbed and will stretch out on her back and lift her front paws in the air as if to hug us when one of us approaches her. She is quite talkative and demands attention. My husband likes to play games on the computer and Jewel will hop up and sit in front of the monitor forcing him to pay attention to her.

Jewel's Seventh Anniversary! Where has the time gone?
Jewel is an old lady now at almost 19. She has a few health issues; arthritis in her knees and she had a staph infection which caused her belly fur to fall out. That was treated successfully with antibiotics. She was also diagnosed with diabetes. I did some research and decided to switch her diet from kibble to a high quality canned cat food and the diabetes went into remission within 9 days! So, no insulin for Jewel but I have to keep an eye on her blood sugar. She is going deaf and can no longer distinguish where sounds come from although she can hear loud sounds. She divides her time between her basket in the bay window and sleeping on her fuzzy blanket on my bed. In the winter she has a heated cat bed which she loves. Lately, she has begun to roll off the bed in her sleep. Not sure how to prevent that. She can no longer jump onto the bed or into her basket so I have steps for both locations. She's not spoiled. Nah. Her litter box habits have slipped and she now likes to pee on the bathroom floor. We have reached a truce with the help of puppy pads. She continues to be a delightful companion and we have snuggle time every day. Love my kitty!

(Last update: Mar 21st, 2016 10am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Tripper
ID#: VA10638
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Balinese
Date In: 02/28/15
Adopted: 03/14/15
Congrats: Carol
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
TRIPPER
I came in with my brother, Rhody, however we're not showing any signs of being bonded, so right now the consensus is I could go home without him. I'm talkative, interactive and Balinese, the tiniest bit shy at first but doesn't take me long to come out and enjoy your company - check out my videos!
Notes from Home
It's been 3 months now and Tripper rules the house! My husband and I are total wrapped around his little paw. This is the first Siamese/Balinese that I've owed. So, it has taken some getting used to with how vocal Tripper is. He lets us know exactly what's on his mind - never mind the hour. He's my husband's best friend and follows him around constantly. We have now figured out why he's called Tripper. If you don't keep an eye out on where he is, most likely you will trip over him as he's always around your feet. What a gem!
One of our main concerns when we first adopted him was how he was going to handle a vacation we had planned in May. We were going to be gone 12 days. Well, our pet sitter told us that he was one of the best cats she's ever taken care of. We told her that she couldn't have him. :0)
Thanks so much for giving us Tripper!

For the 6 month update, I'm attaching a video of Tripper playing with my husband, as they do every morning, as is their ritual. I'm also attaching another picture of Tripper cuddling with my husband. Do you get the picture that there's real male bonding here. A wonderful and loving cat. Thank you!

It's now been one year since we were lucky enough to get Tripper. What a charmer! He's the perfect companion. We especially love it when he brings his favorite toy, DaBird, to my husband's feet, telling my husband that he has to play with him, RIGHT NOW! Of course, my husband does. He actually drags that pole through the house to wherever my husband is. He never bites, never shows his claws, never hisses. He just loves to sit on your lap and be petted. He passed his one year vet check up with flying colors, although he did gain a little too much weight. We are now watching his diet so that he can lose a few pounds. Thank you, Siamese Cat Rescue Center, again and again. I'm attaching a picture of Tripper looking at me - like what are you doing to me!

(Last update: Mar 20th, 2016 4pm)

WILLY WONKA
Ever heard the expression "It takes a village..............."? Well in my case it's true!

I was left abandoned and found by a group feeding feral cats. I was in terrible shape and smelled so bad the rescuer didn't want to bring me in her house, until I was cleaned up some. A request was sent out on Face Book to get help to pay my vet bills to see what was wrong with me and the "village" stepped up to help, raising what was needed at the time. They had allergy testing done, and found out all the things I'm allergic too. The good news is that if I live the rest of my life indoors and am fed anything on the long list of accepted foods, I should be fine.

Now the next step in my journey is Siamese Cat Rescue, to continue where Barn Cat Buddies left off. I think I'm one lucky boy to be given a 2nd chance to live the rest of my life in a warm home with someone who'll love me.

Meowmy will explain more after I'm here a while and get checked over by the vet, for the next steps in my recovery.

Purrs and head butts,

Sushi II
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Willy Wonka

(FKA Sushi II)

ID#: VA11205
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
DateIn: 11/15/15
Adopted: 02/07/16
Congrats: Maureen
Foster: Jeanne

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
It's amazing how things work out. Two days after I got Shiloh's [VA8552] diagnosis of terminal cancer, this little man came into the rescue program, and now on Poppy's [VA9779] second anniversary of coming home, this little man came up to the Hudson Valley to share a forever home with her!

He's eating and drinking well, and has already checked out the privy and found it to his satisfaction!, He's already sniffing at the door, eager to explore the rest of the house and meet his sister. Amazingly, there has been no growling, hissing, or kitty drama from anyone. Just curious scratching and soft meows.

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2/10/16

It's been an exciting couple of days. Mr. Wonka is smarter than the average cat and staged a jailbreak from his sequestering on the first night! Still, it couldn't have gone any better, as I found the two of them curled up, as content as can be, when I walked into my office the next morning.

So much for a gradual introduction.

Since then, they've both taken to accompanying my while I work, and (since I unfortunately came down with a nasty cold since bringing Willy home) taking turns providing me with Meezer therapy.

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3/20/16

It's been over a month and things have been great! Mr. Wonka is quite a charmer and zips around the house with far more energy than I've come to expect in a ten-year-old cat. Geezer, indeed... Ha!

He's also charmed my little seal-point princess, Poppy, and they occasionally talk with each other while supervising me in my office. They've even been caught... giving each other nose sniffs and kisses!

His coat is getting softer by the day and he has put on some more weight. The poor little man was quite bony from his ordeal before coming into rescue, but the vet says that he should settle in to be around an 8 pound cat.

Willy never ceases to be amazed by the turn of events that brought him here and seems so happy. He has a big forever home that he gets to share with a sweet little Meezer princess, no shortage of toys to play with and plenty of fish to watch in their (covered!) aquariums, no shortage of good food and clean water whenever he wants, a Meowmy who works from home and has made room on her desk for Millie beds so he can supervise in comfort, and two- count them- TWO forever people to snuggle up with at night!

Enclosed are some pictures of the little guy in his new home! Thank you again for all the hard work you do helping these wonderful cats find their forever homes!

(Last update: Mar 20th, 2016 12pm)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Tony Terrific
ID#: VA9869
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 02/22/14
Adopted: 03/20/14
Congrats: Kathryn
Foster: Teresa

Foster Notes

TONY TERRIFIC
Hi-

I am all checked in here and doing just fabulous. Its hard to believe no one wants to heat up their life with a little flame like me. I love playing, loving on you, and enjoy other kitties too. Purrfection indeed. Ask soon,

Tony (Terrific)

Notes from Home
Tony continues to be a fun, active presence in our household. His antics are fun to watch and he can keep us entertained for quite a while. He has chosen my husband Craig to bond with...when Craig is working away at the computer Tony is often nearby sleeping or just chatting away. We all agree that he has been a wonderful addition to our family.

3/20/2016--hard to believe it has been two years since Tony entered our lives. He continues to be a fun, active, presence in our household, and as he grows out of kittenhood he spends a lot more lap time with us which Craig and I enjoy. Tony's favorite thing from us is vigorous scratching on the top of his head. I have become a transporter and enjoy working with Siamese Cat Rescue Center.

(Last update: Mar 20th, 2016 7am)

SAMI
Evicted? That means we all lost our home. And then my tearful family took me to that scary shelter place. But now I'm safe in this place foster mom calls rescue, and she promises I'll have a new home soon. i hope so, because I'm pretty scared and unsettled with all of this.

Better pictures of me very soon - I'm a pretty blue point, with white feet and a "got milk?" mustache.
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Sami

(FKA Sammy)

ID#: VA6178
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: female
Current Age: 10 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 03/05/09
Adopted: 03/19/09
Deceased: 02/01/16
Congrats: Megan
Foster: Jackie



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Notes from Home
I am full of sorrow as I write this, but my beloved "Sami" died peacefully on February 1 of this year. She had been so traumatized before she was rescued by Siamese Rescue that she never really recovered. When I brought her home, she refused to eat, and my awesome foster, Jackie, had to come over and help me to force-feed Sami. We only had to do that once or twice, and she seemed better. She would eat, and she was safe and loved, but she only trusted me.

A few years later, she refused to eat again, I refused to let her go, and after she realized that I would not give up on her, she seemed content and happy and we had several good years. This past winter, however, she started to fade. Nothing I fed her interested her more than a few bits, and, although she should only have been 11, she had the appearance of a very old cat. Numerous trips to the vet discovered nothing but a thyroid issue, which we medicated, but still she failed.

I truly believe that her early abuse took too great a toll on her emotionally, and she could not overcome it, even though I loved her as much as humanly possible and provided her with the best of everything. She slipped away peacefully in my home, and lies buried and safe at last in my garden. I grieve for her.

(Last update: Mar 19th, 2016 8am)

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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Carlybird
ID#: VA9403
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 7 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 07/14/13
Adopted: 03/18/14
Congrats: Mary
Foster: Siri

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
This cat will not tolerate being with a female cat. This is usually a female cat.Not with Female Cats
CARLYBIRD
I'm known as the Carlybird because I love more than anything to sit in this great cat tree and watch what's going on. I don't mind the other cats as long as they don't overwhelm me, and I feel the same about people. I've now learned to ask for attention and I can be a FLIRTY bird too! I just dare you to watch my videos and resist!
Notes from Home
Carly's mini-tree has arrived and been set up. She's been in it a few times, but she still prefers the privacy of our bedroom to exploring the house, so she spends a lot of time in the traditional cat tree there or curled up on our bed. More pictures will come eventually, but if she sees me she wants my hands busy petting her, not messing with a camera LOL.

5/5/2014 - Carly continues to be a joy. I've been crazy busy and travelling a bit which is why the lack of recent updates. She now comes halfway down the stairs to remind us when it's mealtime, and often goes down the hall to John's office to lapsit while he works, but otherwise is mostly to be found at the top of the cat tree in our bedroom. She's learned that the dogs aren't supposed to be on the bed so she'll make a big show of getting petted by the both of us, walk *almost* close enough for a dog to sniff her and then hop down onto the floor on "her" side of the bedroom, where they can't go. We're amused. Hard to say if she'll eventually feel comfortable enough to hang out downstairs, but we're totally fine with whatever she decides. She's a very purry sweetheart of a cat and we adore her :-)

6/9/2014 - Carly has come downstairs a few times all by herself now. We can see her confidence growing day by day. Every night, she makes a flying leap from the cat tree to the bed for a nice, long snuggle session when I get in bed, and then repeats the maneuver when John gets into bed later. Which means my sleep is interrupted because I serve as a landing pad and then have a purring cat walking back and forth on me and making biscuits. We'll just call it my nightly massage. She's much too sweet to ever get mad at her!

9/18/2014 - 6 months already! Carly has now survived the invasion of my daughter and her family for 3 weeks (including 2 other cats and a toddler) and remained happily ensconced on her cat tree, even when one of the other cats got into the room and ate her food. Carly merely observed. I got her more food . The intruders are gone now and she has resumed gradually checking out other parts of the house. She still is an angel about using her litterbox and scratching post, loves chasing laser lights and toys, and loves her bedtime cuddle sessions so much she comes downstairs to get me if I'm not in bed by about 10. She's adorable, and adored. We are so very fortunate to have her as part of our family :-)

3/18/2015 - Carly's 1 year adoptaversary! We still can't believe how lucky we are to have found Carly. She is unbelievably sweet, social, and just one of the nicest cats I've ever met. She spends a lot of her time hanging out on the stairs watching household activity, and makes sure to get pets from visiting humans of all ages (including my toddler granddaughter). She has reached detente with the younger Wolfhounds and now consents to be sniffed by them, although she doesn't hang out with them. Give it a few more years ;-) She will come down and hang out on the couch with me if the dogs are sleeping in another room. I look forward to our nightly bedtime snuggles and she now sleeps with/on us for part of the night, soothing us with her purrs. We're still in love with her!

3/18/2016 - Typed this up once and it went into the ether ;-) Can't believe it's been 2 years already! Carly spends lots of time downstairs now, sleeps on top of me most of the night, and has started begging at the dinner table (which we gently discourage). She still insists that every visitor to the house pet her. She no longer spends much time on top of her cat tree, especially since she discovered there are way more birds to be seen out of the downstairs windows. In short ... she's great! And well loved.

(Last update: Mar 18th, 2016 1pm)

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