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SPARTACUS
Wondering where my curled ears come from? Me too. My brother Topher doesn't have them. I really like my brother Topher. If you ask about me you will be asking about my brother also. We could probably be just fine out on our own, but we sure make a great ready made pair so lets talk Topher also.

When I was neutered the vet discovered that I have a 3/6 heart murmur that needs to be checked out just to make sure I am as healthy as I seem to be. I have to wait more than a month for that. Can you believe it? Topher has one also, but is only 2/6 so he doesn't have to go to the big huge vet clinic.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Spartacus
ID#: VA11506
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 06/04/16
Adopted: 07/16/16
Congrats: Becca
Foster: Julie



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Notes from Home
Spartacus is doing wonderfully! It's been just over four months since he graced our home and lives, and he has us both wrapped around his little paw. He and his brother, Topher, still have a few "stray" tendencies, such as being very shy around strangers, loving to hide in/under things, preferring cardboard boxes and laying on hard surfaces over all the fluffy beds they have, and begging people food. Spartacus also has a thing for chewing cardboard and paper to bits (he doesn't eat it, just chews it). Spartacus has put on quite a bit of weight, and that's likely something we will have to be diligent about managing over time. He has a darling personality, and always wants to be wherever we are. He loves pets and scratches, especially around his head and cheeks, enjoys being brushed, and will allow us to pick him up for a brief snuggle, but doesn't sit on our laps or sleep with us (yet?). He is very playful, but once playtime is over, he prefers to lounge about (unlike his brother, Topher, who is constantly looking about for something to do / play with!). Spartacus lays on his tummy with his legs splayed straight out behind him, and does the same when laying on his back, he's just so adorable! We just love this boy, and he seems to be very, very happy here in his forever home with us!

Six month Update: Sparticus is absolutely wonderful! We adore he and his brother (Topher) so very much! They are loving, smart, playful, independent and warm our hearts and home. Spartacus, while playful, is not a "self-starter", he prefers lounging and relaxing, to running around finding things to do and, therefore, we are definitely going to have to monitor his weight (unlike the always-active Topher, who is quite svelte, Spartacus has a bit of a "bustle"). But, once he gets going after the chasers, he's quite the magnificent "hunter"! We're still a little sad that the boys aren't quite comfortable snuggling with us, but they love pettings, brushings and they choose to ALWAYS be near us. Much to my delight, exactly on their 6-month anniversary, I awoke from a quick nap to find Spartacus dozing with me!! There's hope yet for snuggling, but we love and cherish them no matter what!

(Last update: Jan 17th, 2017 5pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Topher
ID#: VA11507
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
Date In: 06/04/16
Adopted: 07/16/16
Congrats: Becca
Foster: Julie


TOPHER
I am a talker. It is a little tough to do so with this stuffy nose I have. Me and my brother Spartacus have these pesky colds right now so you will need to check back and see how we are doing. BTW, I really like my brother. If you ask about me you will be asking about my brother also. We could probably be just fine out on our own, but we sure make a great ready made pair so lets talk Spartacus, also. PS, I am even more outgoing than Spartacus.

When we were neutered the vet found out that I have a 2/6 heart murmur. Lots of people have that and even do triathlons. Spartacus has a grade 3/6 and is just enough that he has to go to the big vet clinic to get it checked out.
Notes from Home
Topher is doing purrfectly! It's been just over four months since he graced our home and lives, and he has us both wrapped around his little paw. He and his brother, Spartacus, still have a few "stray" tendencies, such as being very shy around strangers, loving to hide in/under things, preferring cardboard boxes and laying on hard surfaces over all the fluffy beds they have, and not liking to be picked up or held. Topher is incredibly smart, you can always tell that he's watching and listening, and he is far more active and playful than Spartacus, always looking for something to play with. He actually began playing fetch with us...he will literally bring a toy and drop it at our feet to throw for him to chase, retrieve and bring back! He has the cutest little mew, but only talks when he's hungry or wants to get our attention. He has a darling personality, and always wants to be wherever we are. He loves pets and scratches, especially around his head and cheeks, and enjoys being brushed.He and his brother are very bonded, they play with, snuggle and clean each other, but have no dominance issues with each other at all...just love and play!! We just love this boy, and he seems to be very, very happy here in his forever home with us!

Six month update: Topher is fabulous!! He and his brother (Spartacus) are super loved and spoiled. They got a giant kitty condo, tons of toys and chasers and we play with them and give them tons of love all day long! Topher is still very much the active one, always inquisitive, and looking for things to do and play with - he is definitely the self-player, and therefore is fit and sleek. He and Spartacus are fabulous together, they love each other, play well together and have absolutely no hierarchy issues. Topher has gotten much more used to love and pets, and very rarely goes for hands "as toys" these days, he's settled into understanding that hands are for loving and toys are for playing! He adores being brushed and is just the most precious, smartest, funniest little boy - we love him and think he is loving his forever home too!

(Last update: Jan 17th, 2017 5pm)

ROCKY
I love to play! I have discovered toys and I love them all! I like cuddles too! I purr really loud and make biscuits. I would love to share my toys with a cat buddy.

Would you like for me to share my purrs and toys with you too?
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Rocky
ID#: VA11629
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 11mon
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 08/10/16
Adopted: 08/27/16
Congrats: Christine
Foster: Chelsea

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
10/18/2016 - uploaded a picture of Khufu and Rocky.

10/17/2016 - Rocky is doing well. He and Khufu are rough playing a great deal. I've caught them a couple of times sleeping with each other on the couch. Rocky does get along with Tiger, who is the eldest cat in the house. She tolerates him up to a point. He decided to go after her tail and she turned around sooo fast that she scared the crap out of him. He literally jumped back and just looked at her like what did I do look. She just looked at him and walked away. I have to keep him separate from Tiger and Khufu when I feed them due to them being older and on different age on food. Rocky will start to really meow really loud at me, saying "I'm hungry, go downstairs and feed me." I do have a picture of Khufu and Rocky together and I'll upload it when I get home today from work.


Rocky has gone to the Vets last week. He received his last booster shot and they found flea dust. Rocky is on flea drop that last a month. He will receive the next one on October 6th. Other than that, he is great. My vet and staff fell in love with him.

Rocky has seen and met with Tigger and Khufu. He will go up to Tigger's nose and smell. After that he will try to play with Tigger. She just looks at him and walks away. He sometimes continue to bat her hind legs. Sometimes she just ignores him, but a few times she did turn around and hiss at him. He sometimes backs off and other times, he doesn't. Khufu has seen Rocky and he is a little wary of him. He thought Rocky was after him. He ran and then he turned around and realized that no one was chasing him. It will take some time with Khufu. Rocky doesn't seem too interesting in going after him.

We have left the dining room door open about two days and during the day, Rocky stays in the room. When we come home, he is out of the room, playing like there isn't a tomorrow.

01/17/2017 - Sorry, I keep forgetting to let everyone know that Rocky is doing well. He is sleeping more with Khufu and once in a while he will sleep with Tigger. Tigger is keeping him in line with the rough playing. She will let him know when she had enough of his antics. Rocky and Khufu seem to love playing rough. Those two chase each other all over the house. Sometimes I think I have three human kids running around with all their running, jumping, etc.

This was Rocky's first Christmas and he didn't climb the real tree. YEAH!!! Unfortunately, the old lady, Tigger, decided to climb it when we first got it. Rocky did go around it and sniff it. I discovered throughout the two weeks the tree has been up that the little smart ass was knocking off the ornaments that were at the bottom of the tree. I'm sooo glad that I put non-breakup decorations down there.

Rocky seems to love being around my daughter Rhyannon. He lets her pat him and she can actually hold him with no problem. He follows her around the house and he loves stealing her "my little pony" figurines. We also discovered that he loves playing with the funny ball. We will throw it and he chases it where every it bounces off of. Once he gets it, he will bring it over to us to rethrow it.

I've been combing him due to his coat. I'm actually going to look into a groomer. I want to make sure that his fur doesn't get matted and no poop gets entangled on his butt. I'll let everyone know how he does. I don't think he will stay still. The little bugger got his collar off. I have no idea how he did it and I'm still looking for it.

There is never a dull moment with Rocky and we love having the little guy. (I shouldn't say little. His feet are getting huge and he is filling out. I'm hoping to upload a picture of all three of them sleeping on the couch soon.)

(Last update: Jan 17th, 2017 4pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Xana

(FKA Xanadu)

ID#: VA11241
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: female
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 12/06/15
Adopted: 01/16/16
Congrats: David
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
XANA
I am getting more comfortable around foster mom all the time. I purr when I see her and even let her pet me even when she is standing up. I am not too crazy about being picked up and held, but I'll let you do it for a few minutes. I would still prefer a quieter house that is not too busy. So if that describes your house, than ask about me.
Notes from Home
Xanadu, Xana for short, is doing just fine. Very active and alert. Has had some physical ailments: developed a blister on her lower gum, sneezing and scratching. Has confounded the vets. Thought it might be allergies, changed food, dishes, mats, toys etc. Have taken medicines, but she still has some issues. Doesn't seem to bother her near as much as it does us. Hopefully she'll grow out of it.

David and Melissa Jordan

(Last update: Jan 17th, 2017 2pm)

JACK
Super active, super playful, super nice!

9 month old bundle of fun!

What more can you want.
PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Jack
ID#: VA11251
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 12/13/15
Adopted: 01/17/16
Congrats: Patricia
Foster: John

Foster Notes


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Notes from Home
July 2016 - Jack is very quickly growing into his large feet. He has turned out to be a good sized cat. We recently found out that Jack brought us a very special "surprise" gift when he arrived. Fleas. We hadn't noticed them on the cats or us. But Panihaka developed some scabs around his neck shortly after Jack arrived. They would get worse, then better, then gone, then back again ... We thought that Jack and Nikolaka were just playing too rough with Panihaka and biting his neck. Panihaka had a physical a few weeks ago and the vet said that the scabs are an allergic reaction to something. Then we saw a flea on him. So now everyone has one of the new 8 month long flea collars. So anyway, the Mooney's and Nancy Stepp should both check their places and animals for fleas. Other than that Jack has been a real pleasure. He keeps Nikolaka very busy playing. He is a sweet cat and is now starting to ask to be petted (when Nikolaka is not around). In the beginning he was too young and energetic to sit still for petting. I know John and Joyce were concerned about his energy level but once he was no longer confined and had the run of the house, he ran off all that energy and is a great pleasure.

January 2017 - Jack has been challenging but we love him. He has taught the entire household how to jump onto kitchen counters and scrounge for food (including in the garbage disposal). He had a lot of issues with food (intestinal problems). We tried many different foods but finally settled on a raw diet. He only likes the Rad Cat Venison but all of his intestinal problems have disappeared and he has lost all of his excess weight. He is now a very healthy 15 pound cat (I told you he was large). Fleas are all gone and everyone is getting along well.

(Last update: Jan 17th, 2017 11am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Coquito

(FKA Gordan)

ID#: VA11842
Location:  South Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 3 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 12/03/16
Adopted: 12/31/16
Congrats: Coral
Foster: Debra


COQUITO
I am a sweet boy who loves people. I like to give head butts and be held.
Notes from Home
Coquito (formally known as Gordon) has adjusted to his new home phenomenally! When we brought him home on 12/31/16 we had a room set up that we planned to keep him in for three days.....well that idea went out the window in the first ten minutes! As soon as we opened the cat carrier, Coquito hopped out, scoped out the room for a few moments, sat on my lap and gave both Josean and I head butts and cuddles, then left the room to explore the rest of the house. He also used his litterbox and ate his food in the first few hours, so needless to say, he felt very comfortable in his new digs.

Our almost four year old son, Elijah is in love with Coquito and calls him his "best friend." You would think the two of them were friends in a previous life because since the day we brought Coquito home, the two of them sleep together every night, and play almost every day. I knew Coquito was meant for us when just this past weekend, I heard Elijah and his cousin laughing hysterically in Elijah's room. As I was walking up the steps to the room to see what the commotion was about, I peeked in the room and saw Coquito sitting calmly on the bed pillow, licking the boys hands and covered in items from Elijah's play doctor set. The boys had put a plastic stethoscope around Coquito's neck, draped the blood pressure cuff around his leg, and were pretending to give him shots. It was adorable to see, and warmed my heart when Coquito looked up at me like "Yup, I'm just here to entertain." He wasn't phased at all by what the boys had succumbed him too, and seemed to be having a good time. As cute as that moment was, I was sure to help Coquito out by removing him from the room and having him cuddle with me on the couch :)

We couldn't have been paired with a greater cat. Coquito is the center of our attention, and brightens up our day with his constant purrs, head butts, and cuddles. We are so blessed to have him join our family, and look forward to making many more fun, and loving memories!

Thank you to all the volunteers that helped bring our new friend home. We are so appreciative of your dedication, time and hard work!

(Last update: Jan 17th, 2017 10am)

FRANKIE
I was pretty scared when I got here, things haven't been so easy for me up to this point. Now foster Mom is showing me that there is nothing to be afraid of, and that I'm safe. I'm starting to really love her pets, and will roll around on my back and purr, wow can I ever purr. Foster Mom says my forever home is out there somewhere, and I'm hoping I find it soon. I'm also hoping it's a place with a little patience and a ton of love...because I'm really liking this petting stuff. Ask about me and foster Mom will tell you more.

Lots of Purrs
Dougie
PERSONAL INFO
Name: Frankie

(FKA Dougie)

ID#: VA11756
Location:  Illinois
Sex: male
Current Age: 1 Yr
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
DateIn: 10/16/16
Adopted: 01/02/17
Congrats: Linda
Foster: Joy



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Notes from Home
We have now had Frankie just over 2 weeks. He is the sweetest cat and is settling in well. He's still very shy but is coming out of that slowly. We've changed his name from Dougie to Frankie because every time we called Dougie our dog seemed to think we were calling Doggie. The name change didn't seem to faze him though, he caught on almost right away. Our other animals have taken to him wonderfully. Our kitten Finley and Frankie are thick as thieves and stay up all night playing and getting into mischief. We lost a loaf of bread one night and found some cookies on the floor another. Frankie is very talkative and when you call his name he makes the most adorable chirpy squeak sounds. His fur is growing back nicely. He's going to be beautiful. We couldn't be more pleased to have adopted this sweet little guy.
(Last update: Jan 17th, 2017 8am)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name: Jack

(FKA Blu)

ID#: VA10513
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 4 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
Date In: 12/16/14
Adopted: 01/11/15
Congrats: Mary Joan
Foster: Belinda

Foster Notes

JACK
Starving and emaciated, sick, flea-eaten and lost, the only good luck I've had in a long time was to wander into the yard of a rescue angel. I'm named in honor of another beautiful flame boy who is also lost and I'm hoping that my good luck will cross the miles to bring him to safety as well.

I'm almost as laid back and relaxed as my 'after' photo indicates - and very very happy to be inside and loved at last.

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Notes from Home
Jack is a true treasure. He is the best friend of my young kitten and tries very hard to be friends with the dogs. The girls at the kennel just love him as he cuddles at every chance. He has grown into quite a large cat and spends his day under the bed of my granddaughter or lounging on my bed. What a wonderful guy. We all love him.

(Last update: Jan 16th, 2017 5pm)

MAGGIE
This beauty just arrived. So far she is confused by her change of venue as she has moved around a lot in the past 2 years. She must be an only cat - loves people, but cats not so much. She prefers to be the princess. Hopefully her next home with be her forever home! More about Maxine's purrsonality as soon as she reveals it to me.

New photos soon!
PERSONAL INFO
Name: maggie

(FKA Maxine)

ID#: VA11274
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 8 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Lilac
DateIn: 12/31/15
Adopted: 01/16/16
Congrats: Nancy
Foster: Michelle


This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
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
My experience in adopting Maggie was a good one The information provided by her foster, Michelle, was very helpful. It helped greatly in getting ready for her to come and live with me. We are still in the getting to know you phase but she is the most loving cat I've ever had. She is still rather shy and hides from me put I'm sure that will get better in time.

All was going extremely well until she went to the vet the other day. The whole experience frighten her and since then she hides. Maggie was having problems with vomiting and loose stools and red eyes so she is taking several medications. The vomiting and loose stools have stopped, eyes are clearing but she doesn't like her meds. The loose stools and eye issues were well documented in her history so I know that would need to be addressed.

I will update again in a few weeks by then I know her shyness will have worn off.

3/25/16 Update:
I first want to start with the fact the Maggie is the most loving cat I've ever had. She is beautiful, loving, sweet little girl who I have fallen totally in love with. Maggie is in her forever home. She knows her new name, is always by my side and has wonderful manners.

Now for the not so good news. Maggie has had bouts of vomiting and loose stools since coming to live with me. Initially my vet changed her food and seemed to help for a few weeks. She always ate well for me but couldn't find a dry food she liked. My vet, Dr. Williams did a ultrasound in January which showed a small thickening of her small intestines, we tried conservative treatment at first and it seemed to help. But a couple of weeks ago she would vomit and not eat for a day or two along with loose stools. She started to loose weight.

Maggie was back at the vet this past Monday and a TK feline cancer panel was done and yesterday I received the bad news. Maggie has small cell lymphoma. The plan is a 6 week course of chemo, hopefully starting Monday. Maggie is also on numerous other medications at this time. The goal is to get Maggie in remission, continue with a good quality of life, and expand her life expediency.

Please keep Maggie in your thoughts and prayers, she has a long road ahead of her.

7/18/16 I received an email from Kathy the other day asking how things are going with Maggie since it's been 6 months since her adoption. As I stated in March Maggie was diagnosed with small cell lymphoma and IBS. She went through 1 month of chemo which was very hard on her. She had a lot of nausea, vomiting and anorexia from the chemo. Maggie was rechecked for cancer 2 weeks ago and she is in remission. Her IBS is still not well controlled but she has gained the weight back she lost during her treatment and I've tried to upload a new picture of her today. I hope it went through.
As far as Maggie's behavior goes there are no problems. She loves to be near me or on me, sleeps with me every night and enjoys making biscuits and her litter box habits are excellent! She can be shy around company but usually warms up to people. She isn't big on playing with toys or interactive play (looses attention easily). She does like to go out on the screened porch and smell the air and the garage is her hunting grounds. She loves to be brushed and really enjoys belly rubs.
Maggie will be on medication for IBS for life, she still vomits occasionally and has soft stools. But my vet is on top of things and follows her regularly. Maggie is a wonderful companion and I enjoy every day with her.

Thanks for remembering Maggie's 1 year anniversary, we plan on celebrating later today. As I've stated before Maggie is the sweetest, most loving cat I've ever had. Matter of fact, she is sitting on my lap while I try to type this update.
Maggie's health issues continue to be problematic, in September she stopped eating and had severe diarrhea Maggie was hospitalized and diagnosed with pancreatitis. After 4 days of severe vomiting and diarrhea my vet felt there was little else that could be done and the only avenue left was exploratory abdominal surgery which I okayed. When Maggie was shaved it was noted she had a large abdominal scar indicating she had abdominal surgery in the past. My Vet stated the mesenteric closure was not well performed and Maggie had severe intestinal adhesions and a loop in her bowels as well as an inflamed pancreas, no sign of cancer. The next day Maggie had a feeding tube inserted and developed a severe bladder infection. Maggie was hospitalized for 2 weeks and came home with tube feedings and 2 page list of medications. The vomiting and diarrhea stopped, the feeding tube stayed in for 6 weeks. Maggie remains on multiple medications and still needs an appetite stimulate to eat an adequate diet. Maggie's weight is up to 8 lbs. which she has maintained.
Even with all these medical issues with Maggie her lovely disposition hasn't changed. She is such a joy to be around. Since her surgery Maggie has become more active, vocal and playful. She still has her IBD and will be rechecked for small bowel lymphoma in the spring. I do feel Maggie is happy in her new home even though she doesn't like taking her medication.

(Last update: Jan 16th, 2017 12pm)


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PERSONAL INFO
Name:   Max
ID#: VA11875
Location:  Virginia
Sex: male
Current Age: 2 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 12/19/16
Adopted: 01/02/17
Congrats: Kim
Foster: Belinda

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
MAX
Hi there, I'm Max. I'll be easy to remember because I have my initial 'M' right there on my forehead. I was picked up as a stray and I'm a little bit scared, but I can't say I'm all that upset to have a soft bed and two square meals a day. I'n two short days, I've already graduated from sitting in my litter box to stretching out on my sheepskin bed and rolling over for belly rubs. Photos to come - I'm not making this stuff up! I talk to foster mom and start head-butting her as soon as she gets down on the floor. I've even had a couple of the resident furbags come to visit and we got along okay after sniffing each other up and down.

I'm getting all my vetting done this week and will be ready to go home by New Year's!! Let's make a resolution to start our brand new year together! Press that button and ask about me.

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Notes from Home
Max is getting along so well! He's a beautiful, sweet boy and seems to love his new home as much as we love him!
(Last update: Jan 16th, 2017 8am)

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