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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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2/16/14 Update:

Fica is out of isolation and enjoying play time with one of the resident cats. She loves "tag" and "hide and seek" games. Foster dad has worked with Fica to earn her trust and made huge strides so she can now be held, consistently comes to us for petting and constantly headbutts to get attention. Brave little kitty is learning that living with people is a GOOD thing!

Found in a bank's window well in Ohio, foster dad thought I needed a "financially" suitable name so he campaigned for Fica. Now after only 24 hours foster mom knows that really means:

Sweet, tiny, blue lynx meezer, snuggle bug in training, headbutting puff of fur. Looking for a home where she can get lots of attention and love to make up for her rough start in life.

Headbutts galore~ Fica
Name: Phoebe

(FKA Fica )

ID#: VA9842
Location:  Indiana
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 02/01/14
Adopted: 03/08/14
Congrats: Renee
Foster: Jan

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
It's been two years now that we have had the pleasure of having our little Meezer, Phoebe in our family. She's a tiny kitty - a bit less than 8 pounds. She is very playful, follows her Meowmy around the house, and her favorite game is playing fetch with a mylar ball. We're still trying to figure out he she's able to meow while carrying it around. Phoebe is a beautiful, affectionate cat and we are lucky that we were able to find her through the Siamese Cat Rescue. Thank you!
(Last update: Mar 11th, 2016 8am)

Name:   Ripple
ID#: VA7354
Location:  Indiana
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 10/17/10
Adopted: 11/13/10
Congrats: Margaret
Foster: Katie

Foster Notes

Hey - it's Ripple here in the Broad Ripple part of Indianapolis, IN. I was found behind a brew pub in this interesting part of the city. Foster Mom decided I should be named after the place I came from, so I am RIPPLE. I don't make big "ripples" though as I am a quiet and cautious little guy. I am very healthy, happy and purr up a storm, but having lived out in the big wide world, I am very cautious and slower than most kittens to adjust to new situation. But, I'm learning very quickly and foster mom says I am doing better every day. It helps me to be around other young kitties, so if you have a cat under a year or another kitten, that would be my ultimate choice for a forever family - oh, yes, people, too, but I really do need other cats around me. Remember, I'm a kitten, so I fall under the kitten policies. Transports only within area, please. Purrs and cuddled, Ripple
Notes from Home
Ripple is doing very well and has joined the family in our new adventure in Abu Dhabi in the UAE. He has nestled into his 38th floor apartment where he can look at the Arabian Gulf in the front and Abu Dhabi out the back!
(Last update: Mar 11th, 2016 7am)


It was touch and go at first -- I wasn't weaned. I'm eating on my own, and gaining weight. So now it's time to tell you all about me.

If you want a friendly cat -- I'm it! I purr almost constantly and love attention. I like to help my foster mom work on her computer. She prefers that I sit in her lap, which I'm more than happy to do, and I often fall asleep there. Other times I sit on her shoulder and purr in her ear. For a change of pace, I climb on her head and mess up her hair. As soon I hear that Mom's awake in the morning, I start telling her loudly that I want food and attention. My meows make her hurry. I've got her trained!

I got my first toy -- a furry mouse -- and went crazy. The greatest toy ever!

It's great here, but I really would like to find a forever home. It doesn't have to be in Sherwood Forest, but it does need to be within my transport area.

So if you want a cuddly, purry, playful, gorgeous boy, pick me! Just remember kitten policies apply to me.
Name:   Robin
ID#: VA7348
Location:  Indiana
Sex: male
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 10/15/10
Adopted: 12/04/10
Congrats: Margaret
Foster: Ellen

Foster Notes


Notes from Home
Robin is doing very well and has joined us in our family adventure ... We have relocated to Abu Dhabi, UAE. He took the flight in stride and now has command of his domain on the 38th floor of our apartment over looking the Arabian Gulf.
(Last update: Mar 11th, 2016 12am)

Name: Tonks

(FKA Dixie)

ID#: VA10889
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 07/03/15
Adopted: 09/05/15
Congrats: Morgane
Foster: Kathy

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 any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
Sugar and spice and everything nice.....describes me to a T! I run to the door to greet Foster Mom and I tell her all about my day and I LOVE to sit in her lap and wind around her legs while she is preparing my meals.

Do you have an empty lap? Before you know it it's going to be chilly weather and you'll need a lap warmer. Ask Foster Mom to tell you all about me so you can see if I am just what you need!

Notes from Home
Tonks is doing great. She can still get into a little moods sometimes, but she's definitely made herself at home. She hanged out with my parents' dogs over the holidays, and had absolutely no problem with them. She actually warmed up to the dogs faster than my parents.
(Last update: Mar 9th, 2016 1pm)

A sparkling personality. I'm sweet, I'm playful, I'm chatty, and I will sit in your lap as long as you want me to. Oh, and I have the silkiest softest coat ever! Ok, can you keep a secret? Foster Mom is super nice and takes good care of me, but, well...I'm tired of being a foster kitty! I want someone to take me home and love me forever and ever....Oh, go ahead, tell the secret. Tell my foster Mom you'll take me home forever.

Name: Bali

(FKA Sparkle)

ID#: VA11319
Location:  Illinois
Sex: female
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 01/30/16
Adopted: 02/27/16
Congrats: Linda
Foster: Joy

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


Notes from Home
We love Bali ....formerly madam Sparkle!

We met the awesome meezer express in Indy on Feb 27th and learned that Bali had "talked" the 5 hours of her trip. And she then talked most of the 2 hours to her forever home in Cincinnati. Very inquisitive when we got home, checking out the place but always coming back to chirp at us. After dinner she curled up on the sofa between us seemingly very content & knowing she was "home."

Slept in our bed that first night and every night since. She is such a loving cat; very friendly and never far away. She loves a lap, a good brushing, and a nice chat (though she wants to talk - LOL!). She is the perfect cat for us.

We are so appreciative of Joy, Connie, Aimee, Helen, Jennifer, Katrina, and Holly for caring for the lovely little lady, and for all of your help in bringing her to us. Our experience with Siamese Rescue is only surpassed by Bali herself. Thank You!!!!

(Last update: Mar 7th, 2016 8pm)

Name:   Maxx
ID#: VA9016
Location:  Massachusetts
Sex: male
Current Age: 11 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Oriental
Date In: 01/06/13
Adopted: 03/30/13
Deceased: 03/06/16
Congrats: Steven
Foster: Diane

My life has gotten a little sad but it's already getting better. My owner lost her home and couldn't take me and my brother, Memo, with her to where she'd be staying. Turned into the shelter just before Christmas - Memo and I just had each other. Luckily Siamese Rescue came and got us. We spent a few days in a temporary foster home and now we're all settled in to our new foster home where we'll stay until someone decides that they can't live without us in their lives. Memo and me have been together all of our lives and Foster Mom says that we'll get to stay together!

As you can see I'm very handsome. Foster Mom says that I'm as sweet as I am good looking. I settled in to my new digs really quickly. I love napping in the big soft millie beds and looking out the window at all the birds and animals that go through the yard. I love it when Foster Mom sits with me and scratches behind my ears and under my chin. I show her how much I love it with purrs and lots of head butts.

If you've got a heart full of love for two down on their luck boys and fingers that can scratch and pet us - thumbs are important too so you can open cat food cans - then why don't you ask about me, Maxx, and Memo too!
Notes from Home
tried to upload photos but the error message says I am not the adopter of this cat. Tell that to Maxx!!!!
Both are doing well. After two weeks I have a lapful of cats as of this weekend.

4/1/14: Maxx saw the vet last week. He periodically gets a long-acting antibiotic shot to help control his severe gum disease. The shot helps his "death breath," too. He showed a half-pound weight gain at his last visit, so his renal disease seems stable. Maxx and Memo demand to be under the covers during these cold winter nights. I think we all benefit from this. I usually have a warmer on my back and on my front. I can expect Maxx to be standing on my chest and announcing that he is ready for breakfast about a half-hour before the alarm clock announces the start of day. He and Memo have their same names, same personalities and seem to be glad they are with me.

3/2016 Maxx lives on though he seems to be melting away before my eyes. He has lost more than a third of his body weight as he absorbed muscle to get the protein he needs in his bloodstream. He is weakening and has trouble jumping onto the bathroom sink where he likes to get water.

3/6/2016 MAXX fell today and dislocated his right foot. He could not walk or stand, and could not get to the litter box. He stopped eating three days ago and lost even more weight. Beth and I took him tonight to the emergency vet and he was euthanized. Maxx lived with me for nearly three years with advanced kidney disease. He had a huge appetite and a loud and lusty purr. That, too, stopped three days ago. I have been blessed by his presence, by that purr. My last view of him was those sapphire blue eyes staring out of the carrier. It was time to say good-bye.

(Last update: Mar 6th, 2016 10pm)

Shy, but hopeful! Quieter home and some loving and I should be right as rain!
Name:   Moony
ID#: VA10705
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 04/11/15
Adopted: 05/03/15
Congrats: Eowyn
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


Notes from Home
May 7, 2015 - Moony is settling in very well. We have her in her own room and she was willing to come out and eat with us in the room (at the other end) by the end of the first night. By the next morning, she would come out with some coaxing and purr up a storm when we petted her. Last night she started looking like she wanted to play rather than just get attention. I tossed a toy and she pounced on it, I tossed it again and she pounced on it, wrestled, kicked, then carried it off with her. Today we introduced her to a toy on a string on a wand. She LOVED it and when I took it away after a few minutes she spent the next several minutes systematically searching the room for that toy. She seems to not at all be bothered by the trains passing by or the comments from the other cats on the other side of the door. We don't want to introduce them until we get her checked and get everyone's claws trimmed.

May 17, 2015 - We are experimenting with different names for 'Moony'. She was very well behaved at the vet visit and was up to 6.4 lbs. We have been transitioning her to the food that the boys eat and there seems to be no GI distress. She has settled into her room VERY well. We have let her loose in the house (with the boys locked up and after several hours she was curled up on the clean laundry taking a bath. We have started face-to-face introductions. The first one didn't go well (Touchstone got terrified and I got scratched in his eagerness to get out of town. However, since then things have gone well. She and Feste have gotten the closest and while she warns him to not come too close if he is looking at her. When he isn't looking at her she will approach him. This morning she jumped over the cat tree (on its side for now) to land about 8 inches from him. He looked a little startled but other than that didn't really react. If she hisses, he will hiss back but his posture is very calm. Hers is fairly calm as well she just doesn't want him looking at her from too close a space and he is giving her that space. Touchstone is staying about 8-10 feet back watching with interest. She is very demanding of attention when we are in there with her alone and is starting to want some attention when the door is open. We are still separating them when we aren't at home and today is the first time we are letting them together without one of us right there to watch though I am keeping my ears open.

May 20, 2015 - the 3 cats are now fully integrated. The most worried of the existing cats was playing with one of his favorite toys this morning. She and Feste are getting close to each other and trying to figure out how to play. She ended up taking control of the toy-on-a-string session last night. She is comfortable enough with the boys to turn her back on them to take a bath and comes waltzing through the doorway around them (though she will accelerate a bit). She has been running all over the house and really playing with the various toys when we throw them for her. She is learning our routines and setting herself up for meeting us where we can pet her or play with her as we do things. When my Mom came to let her out a couple of days ago she was willing to play with Mom as well.

June 2, 2015 - The 3 cats are becoming very well integrated. Chris & I were on vacation and my Mom cat-sat for us. 'Moony' quickly learned that Mom had the same rules we do (it rains in the bathroom, it rains if you try to get to our food). She started doing lap sitting with Mom and really latched onto her. To the point that she would shove one of the boys out of the way if Mom was petting them. She and Feste are starting to really play with each other. There is still the occasional hiss to indicate desire for personal space but that is all. She is incredibly athletic and creative in her play (I've never seen any cat bunny-kick a cat tree while climbing the trunk).

June 22, 2015 - the 3 cats are very well integrated now. I have seen some play behavior in all of the 2-cat permutations. Touchstone took the longest but he is now willing to hunker & pounce toward her face (quick paw to the forehead then sit and look). We had some visitors on Friday afternoon and all three came out to say howdy and 'Moony' put on quite a show playing with toys and running around. She has really learned our routines and sets herself up as toll-keeper to insist on attention at strategic locations and times.

November 2015 - we are sticking with the new name we came up with "Schlau Mau" aka clever cat. She is very clever and thinks things through. She has a routine where I am expected to worship her when I come out from taking my middle of the night medication. I can now trim the claws on one complete paw before she says "enough". She is sleeping on the bed with the boys but not in a heap (yet) and it is hard to believe we have only had this wonderful little girl for 6 months.

March 2016 - She is getting more and more comfortable with us and demanding of attention. I have seen her exchange a quick lick with Touchstone. She is often sleeping on the bed with me (though not against me). We still regularly see all combinations of a pair of the cats (and occasionally all three) go flying by.

(Last update: Mar 6th, 2016 8pm)

Name: Tiberius

(FKA Little Dino)

ID#: VA8366
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 02/18/12
Adopted: 03/04/12
Congrats: Susan
Foster: Siri

Quieter sweetheart of a youngster, I'm a soft souled, gentle furred, kind hearted little boy looking for a quiet home, only cat or with a loving female cat, where I can blossom!
Notes from Home
Tiberius (aka Little Dino) is doing great! He loves to play and fetches his mouse for me. he purrs all the time and sounds like a tribble....He is a squeakier and a true siamese...what an ego! He plays with jack all the time and sometimes Jack has to jump up high to relax..Pretty soon that will not be possible as Ti is growing fast...

He sometimes pesters our older cat Lursa....but we keep an eye on him and protect her as best we can. Once he gets out of kitten stage I am sure they will be fine...He is a bundle of pure joy and we all love him!

Joe and Susan

July 8, 2012 - I have been here since March 4, 2012. I am a pretty happy cat. I love to play with my brother Jack, I love to fetch my toy mouse and anthing else I can find. One day, I brought a small pillow into the bed from down the hall. I read what it said and had to make sure that Mommy and Daddy read it. It said, "Don't trust anyone who doesn't like cats." I suppose that I am a bit of a comedian. One day, I took a roll of paper towels and brought it down the hall into the music room. You can see from the picture that Mommy took what I did with them. I have it pretty good here because I am so happy and very much loved.

September 13, 2012
I am having the best time her in my new home! Jack and I run up and down the stairs and Daddy and Mommy play with us every day! We have lots of fun and the food is very good. I know because I taste everyone's dish! I had a few medical problems but Mommy works at an Animal Hospital and took care of me! Daddy had a wireless camera on the litter box to see what was wrong with me and I am feeling much better now.

I am gaining weight and getting bigger and stronger! That's all for now!

Monday, March 4, 2013 is my forever home anniversary date. I can say that it has been a great year. Mommy and Daddy play with me and so does by brother, Jack. Lursa, the senior member of the house, now 20, even likes me. Mommy and Daddy say that I am the definition of "joy." Thank you Siamese Rescue for looking out for me. Love, Tiberius

March 4, 2014 is my two year anniversary in my "forever" home. All is great! Mom and Dad take the best care of me. I am loved! Oh, and look for me in this year's Siamese Rescue calendar. I am Mr. September 2014.

March 4, 2015. Hi All! Today is my third anniversary in my "forever" home. I am pleased to report that I am in great health and am having the time of my life. I have cats to play with and Mommy and Daddy didn't think that they could possibly love me any more than they did but they tell me that they do. They call me the most "joyous" cat that they have ever met. Love, Tiberius

March 4, 2016. Tiberius could not be more loved. He is the most joyful cat that we have ever adopted and I have to tell you that we have had many beautiful and loving cats over the years. Thank you Siamese Rescue and Auntie JoAnn for our little present.

(Last update: Mar 5th, 2016 1pm)

Oh, I am just living the life of luxury now. I real bed, a real human, all the chow I want to eat, and my teeth got all fixed up. I get to snooze wherever I want -- my cardboard box, the cat perch, the sofa, the bed with the human. It's all good! I don't see out of my one eye, but I get around just fine with one, thank you very much. I tilt my head sometimes, and the vet doesn't know why, and I'm not telling. My fur is getting so soft.

I get along great with all the other cats here, and I even like the dog. A wonderful rescue angel has even sponsored me to help me get adopted. Ask about me and foster mom will tell you more about me! I'm a big hunk o' purring chocolate boy.
Name:   Charlie
ID#: VA11153
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 15 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Chocolate
DateIn: 10/21/15
Adopted: 02/20/16
Congrats: Jacqueline
Foster: Rinn

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


Notes from Home
Charlie is the absolute purfect cat. He is starting to become a bit more assertive as he gets used to living here. When he wants my attention he pats my hand or will grab it in his teeth. not a nip, but an action to let me know my hand should be petting him instead of what it is doing. He had difficulty getting up on the bed so if he had to get off for some reason he stayed off the rest of the night. now there is an antique child's chair only ten inches high beside the bed. He is up and down all the time and even sleeps there in the day now. He has the chair down pat. He walks around gargeling which I have not figured out what he is talking about yet. An old cat living with an old woman. He is uncomfortable being picked up, having his feet touched, and having his belly touched. He goes to the vet this coming week to meet his new doctor.
(Last update: Mar 5th, 2016 11am)

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Name:   Bunny
ID#: VA10737
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Balinese
Date In: 05/04/15
Adopted: 07/05/15
Congrats: Connie
Foster: Jeanne

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
Hi, my name is Bunny. I came here quite scared and very skinny, but I am now gaining weight and getting braver.

I'll probably always be a "ghost" cat when you have company, but if you take the time to win my trust, I'll sit next to you and purr and talk to you while you pet me. I still don't like to be held, but do like being close to you.

I know I'm special, and will need a special, patient, adopter. Do you think that might be you? If so, ask about me and maybe I can become your special girl.


Update; I'm finally brave enough to stay out of my playpen all the time. I do ok with all the boys here, too!
Notes from Home
Well, after a week of laying in the floor singing"China Girl" to her,the little fluffer nutter has become more outgoing. She never did answer to Bunny for me so I re-named her Michiko Ame, or Mimi for short. She sleeps with me and lets me know when it's time to get up and fill the food bowl. She loves her wand toy and her cat tree, but under the couch is still her favorite nap spot. Every day is better and better and I couldn't ask for a sweeter kitty. 8-1-15

Four months later and an almost completely different cat has emerged! She is so sweet and playful. She jumps a foot in the air to snatch her wand toy and gets the kitten crazies every night. She's interested in everything and not bothered by noises at all. She has been behind the couch only when I had a weekend guest, who she actually came out to see! In short Michiko has come so far out of her shell that it's amazing. She gets called Queenie more than Fluffernutter these days because she is definitely the queen of the house. I'm so happy to have her.

We've passed the six month mark with flying colors. Not only is she sweet, she has become a real talker. Her assortment of mis and mers and merfs are a kick, except at five in the morning! SHe loves to give me the stare, as though using kitty ESP on me. I don't think it's working that well, or maybe she is always thinking of treats.. The birdfeeder has kept her entertained this winter and Santa brought her some new feather wands to pounce on too. I think she is a happy kitty. I know I'm a happy owner. .

(Last update: Mar 4th, 2016 2pm)

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