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I'm a very handsome lynx boy with very pretty blue eyes.

I've integrated with the resident kitties here and am doing great. I even get along with the ones that don't like me - I just avoid them! Sometimes I play a little rough, so I can't be adopted with small children. But I do enjoy being held and love head rubs - I'll let you know when I've had enough rubbing and usually walk away.

I'm not a clingy boy, but I really do enjoy my human companions. I just like things my way - I'll sit on your lap if I want to, and sometimes I might just go and sit in the window and watch the birds. I do things at my own pace and how I like them - I'm just a typical Lynxie ..... and I sure like talking to you, too!
Name:   Bingo
ID#: VA5785
Location:  Ohio
Sex: male
Current Age: 18 Yrs
Declawed: 2paw
Points: Lynx
DateIn: 07/10/08
Adopted: 09/19/08
Congrats: Shirley
Foster: Carol

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
Hello everyone. I am still here with my meowme in my home for the past 9 years. It's been a pretty good life. I am still Mom's Bingo Boy and have finally mellowed out. When I came to her, I was quite aggressive and didn't know the proper way to ask for attention.
Now I know to sit down by her chair and either speak or reach out and pat her with my paw. Conversely, Mom has learned the signs that I've had enough attention. I'm not a lap cat which is good because I am a sturdy boy tipping the scales at 19 pounds.
My vet would like me to lose a little weight, but that's hard given my special low protein diet. The vet thinks that as long as I can jump and play with the bird wand toy, I'll be ok. I had a sister for a while, but she passed away this spring. I missed her for a month or so, but now I enjoy being the only cat. LIfe is good. Thank you for recognizing my anniversary with my mom. This surely is better than living on the streets.

(Last update: Sep 19th, 2017 10am)

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Name: Gracie

(FKA Grace)

ID#: VA9486
Location:  Virginia
Sex: female
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 08/18/13
Adopted: 09/07/13
Congrats: Lorraine
Foster: Debi

This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
This cat is either scared or, or has had bad experiences with dogs.Not with Dogs
Whew....what a whirlwind I have been on since I arrived at my foster memowm's house. She runs a tight ship & swooped me off to the vet for my nip & tuck the day after I arrived....seriously! Now that I'm all through with my nip & tuck, I'm all kitten & am ready to find my forever family. I must say that I think I'm beautius & I'm learning to trust people. I love to hide under the covers! If you are under the covers, I'll get right under with you & be happy as a clam!

I'm ready...are you? If so, click on that button & ask about me!


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Notes from Home
3/13/14: Piewacket (new name from the movie Bell, Book, and Candle) is growing into a delightful young cat; she is playful, lovable, and totally adorable. I love every inch of her - she is the best friend I hoped she would be.

9/9/16: Piewacket is still doing well; can't believe she's three already. She accompanies me on my overnight trips to my grandkids and has gotten clicker trained to sit on a stool and follow me to various spots in the house. She enjoys our time together, and I hope to teach her a few more simple tricks.

9/18/17: Piewacket is still thriving. She still enjoys running to various spots in the house and being rewarded with a treat. She lokes cuddling on my lap while still taking refuge under my bedspread should a stranger visit. She's a great roommate.

(Last update: Sep 18th, 2017 3pm)

I'm just a little unsure at first, but enjoy pets and attention. I love to play with my sisters, so will require a playmate, but a male would be best. I think I might like a home on the quieter side to go along with my more gentle nature. Don't forget to ask about me!


Milky Way

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Name:   Milky Way
ID#: VA12229
Location:  Tennessee
Sex: female
Current Age: 5 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 08/12/17
Adopted: 09/02/17
Congrats: Shelley
Foster: Michelle


Notes from Home
We love her. She has cleared lots of cobwebs from the corners of the house. She has some favorite toys and is easily entertained! Our older cat is doing pretty well, she would like him to play and chase things, not just trot away luckily no growling or other skirmishes.
(Last update: Sep 17th, 2017 5pm)

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Name:   Ninja
ID#: VA11586
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 12 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Seal
Date In: 07/16/16
Adopted: 09/17/16
Congrats: Emma
Foster: Siri

This cat is not suitable for children under the age of 5 (ie 5 and over is OK). This is typically a cat that is shy and a child might scare it, or one that has a potential to bite or play too hardNot with kids under 5
This cat will not tolerate any other cats in the home. A dog may still be a possibility though.Must be Only Cat
As long as you don't mind my leg winding, I'm a true Romeo! I love catnip, like to have my belly scratched, and love to play with the dog! I'm very interactive and playful, but no other cats please!

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Notes from Home
Today we are celebrating one year with Ninja! He is the best and sweetest cat, and we could not imagine life without him. He loves to cuddle. play fetch, lay in the sun, and "assist" us with household tasks, and cuddle more. We are so happy with Ninja in our lives, and he is definitely a part of the family.
(Last update: Sep 17th, 2017 4pm)

Hi there!

My name is Odin and I'm looking for a good home. I'm a 3 or so year old flame point who really likes people!!! In fact I'd pretty much rather get attention than do anything else, even eat! You could say that I am enthusiastically affectionate and playful.

Foster Paw thinks that I will be good with girl kitties (I play footsie with the cute lilac point here!), other boy will probably be OK as well. I have excellent litter box skills and I really like to move around, I love exploring and jumping around the foster room here, I also adore toys like balls & fur mice!

My only thing is that I can play kind of roughly, which means I should really go to a home without any younger children, teens are OK however (as long as they will play with me that is).

I'm ready to go home right now!!!


As soon as you click on "Ask about me"!


Name: Copper

(FKA Odin)

ID#: VA7164
Location:  Florida
Sex: male
Current Age: 15 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 07/25/10
Adopted: 09/01/10
Congrats: Marybeth
Foster: John

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
Copper is well adjusted after 6 months. He has been a welcome addition to our home and to the other Siamese Topaz. They are in a brother-sister relationship - sometimes they get along really well, other times, they find each other annoying!
Copper just passed his 1 year anniversary with us and is doing great. He is an active cat who runs around like crazy but then when he settles down, he is very affectionate. My granddaughter likes to come over just to see my cats!
At his four year anniversary, Copper is still doing wonderfully. He is a dear sweet but yet mischievous cat.

Copper has been with me for 7 years now and continues to do well and has a happy life. He just had his teeth cleaned last month and his teeth are looking great.

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

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Name:   Beamer
ID#: VA11016
Location:  North Carolina
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Ragdoll
Date In: 08/22/15
Adopted: 09/07/15
Congrats: Vanessa
Foster: Kathy

Foster Notes

Gentle giant!

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Notes from Home
What can I say about Beamer? I wanted to rename him Moose when I got him because he's such a big guy, but since he was a bit older I didn't want him to be confused so I kept his original name. He's a lover for sure. While he isn't a lap cat and only tolerates me holding him for a few minutes, he is extremely people-friendly and as the saying goes, he's never met a stranger. He would be a terrible watchcat. :) He loves rubbing up against people's legs, being petted and having his chin rubbed. On a recent trip to see family he hissed and growled at the family dog while at the very same time seeking attention from my family members wanting to be petted. He wanted to make sure the dog knew to stay away, but wasn't going to give up his "me time". I need to catch it on video one of these days, but he has the sweetest meow when he's being talkative.

We still have challenging days with my female who I had for many years before Beamer came home with us, but for the most part they get along (or tolerate) one another. And he's recently gone through a bit of a trouble-making phase where he's broken some glasses that I left out. Overall though, he's a wonderful cat and I'm so happy that I brought him to live with us. My life is definitely more complete with him in it.

(Last update: Sep 15th, 2017 3pm)

Young and loving, there's nothing like a flame to light up your life! And I am light, at just over 7 pounds, young at just over a year and by all appearances, in good health! So how about it?
Name: Igloo

(FKA Rusty)

ID#: VA10259
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: male
Current Age: 9 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Flame
DateIn: 08/23/14
Adopted: 09/12/14
Congrats: Julius
Foster: Siri


Notes from Home
Update a/0 Sept 19,2017
Igloo is doing great he as you know was diagnosed with a heart ailment we had him to the cardiologist in May of 17 they did a number of tests and they reported that he was doing great and the disease is manageable. He went for his annual physical last week Sept9 and his regular vet said that his heart murmur has gone from a 3 to a 1.5 in fact she could hardly hear it and he was excited. Doesn't like to visit the vet even though both the cardiologist and primary vet spoil the hell out of him.
He is on Prozac but I administer it to him three times a week told the vet I dont want to mask his personality too much. Prima has bonded well with him both cats must detect that they are Siamese. Igloo is very protective of his dad when he sits on my lap he invariably moves such that his butt is placed by my face and he is staring out a sign the vet says is that he is watching out for predators. We love him and he is spoiled. As they say dogs have masters cat have staff. One more thing for Siri I framed the water color we bought at her home last year and I will take a picture of it and post it later

(Last update: Sep 14th, 2017 9am)

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Name: Gautama

(FKA Brady)

ID#: VA7242
Location:  Maryland
Sex: male
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Blue
Date In: 08/26/10
Adopted: 09/13/10
Congrats: Nicole
Foster: Christine

Foster Notes

OMG!!! Did foster mom ever get a surprise yesterday!!!

We were visited by the sex change fairy! So, I am not a "Sophie" at all - I am a "Brady"! Can you believe it?? Foster mom sure felt silly. And I made her take that pink bed out of my playpen too! Told her I wanted a blue one!

I am still a sweet, cuddly, playful, happy purring machine. I am getting my "education" tomorrow and after that I will be ready to meet the other cats here! I can't wait - you see, I had two sisters and a brother but they went to another rescue 'cause they weren't Siamese. I have been pretty lonely al by myself and would like another cat or kitten to hang out with in my forever home. Do you have room at your house for a little guy like me? If your answer is yes, ask about Brady:)(fka Sophie)

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Notes from Home
I can't believe it's been seven years with my boy today! Getting him has been the best thing that has ever happened to me, and I'm grateful everyday to Siamese Cat Rescue Center for bringing us together.

Over the past seven years we've moved across the country, so he's a California kitty now and loving the breezy weather. He's the smartest cat there ever could be, and he never fails to impress his mom and dad with his manuliptive ways. He definitely runs this household. And we just love him so much.

I couldn't imagine life without my big Gautama cat.

(Last update: Sep 13th, 2017 8pm)

I was found all alone, walking the streets. I was so scared they thought I was feral! But I am not, I'm really sweet. I'm a pretty fearless kitten, and love to play. I love the kitties here - and we wrestle and play. I will need a playmate to go home with and it would be best if there were no timid or really old kitties there as I'd probably be too rough. I am more of a tomboy than a lady! I am all spayed now, doing well, and waiting for my new home. Want a sweet tomboy kitten? Maybe I'm the right one for you.
Name: Willin

(FKA Michelle)

ID#: VA11651
Location:  Pennsylvania
Sex: female
Current Age: 6 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Snowshoe
DateIn: 08/19/16
Adopted: 09/09/16
Congrats: Char
Foster: Jackie


Notes from Home
Willin' has been in her forever home for 1 yr now. She never "adapted" to her new environment and lifestyle; she hit the ground running and hasn't shown the slightest interest in catching her breath yet! Her very first interaction with Wicket (my 1-yr-old male DSH who had been yearning for a sweet, submissive companion - ha!) was to launch herself down the hall after him, skid to a stop 2" from his nose, and deliver a mighty slap across his face. Apparently, Wicket likes girls on the spicy side, because the 2 of them have been inseparable ever since! Though very different from each other, they're 100% compatible, 100% of the time. Wicket is thoughtful, wise, predictable, sensible - all smooth transitions. Willin' is the reckless daredevil - fresh, all impulse, all speed and spontaneity and vertical tendencies. And yet there's rarely a moment when they're out of each other's sight. On those rare occasions when Willin' is (pretending to be!) unsure of something new, she ALWAYS turns to Wicket for "advice." And when Wicket's life is too hum-drum for even him to stand, he ALWAYS seeks Willin' out for entertainment. It's an intricate, impeccably-choreographed dance. I could not be more thrilled with this match, and of course I ADORE each of them individually!

Willin' had her annual check-up recently, which earned her (another) 4 stars. Outside of 1 tiny spot near a lower canine tooth, she's in great health. We'll watch that spot on her gum for any changes, of course. Perfect weight (7.3#, trim and muscular) and very outgoing with her vet (especially for a "reactive" breed). Her strabismus, which is quite mild, causes her no problems. She has a great appetite, eating mostly Spring Naturals canned and a bit of their kibble. Her litterbox etiquette is exemplary. She loves her scratching posts and toys, toys, toys! Her favorite game is Magic Carpet Ride, when she's pulled around the house on a square of carpet remnant with a rope "handle" attached; going around corners is especially fun! Lately, she has been experimenting with her Big Girl Voice, which has a decidedly Siamese twang and resonance - quite a hoot to hear, considering that her earlier vocalizations had earned her the nickname of Little Bo Peep! I own 2 properties in VT, about a 2-1/4 hr drive apart at opposite ends of the state. Wicket and Willin' travel with me like 2 professional tourists, snoozing through the journey and sliding comfortably into place when we arrive at our destination.

Obviously, I'm shamelessly in love with these 2!. And I'm aware that their social skills and charms are in part the result of my compassionate handling and conscientious care. But I'm also aware that Willin's earliest experiences with humans and other animals have equally contributed to her development - especially her social development - and for this, I can only say "Thank You, thank you, thank you, SCRC!" You gave Willin' the very best of starts at a hugely vulnerable time in her life! I can well imagine that she wasn't always graceful or even civil in expressing her thanks directly, but know that you've given the greatest of gifts to 2 very deserving kitties and 1 humble human.

(Last update: Sep 13th, 2017 7pm)

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Name: Ivy

(FKA Colette)

ID#: VA9097
Location:  Virginia Center
Sex: female
Current Age: 13 Yrs
Declawed: no
Points: Lynx
Date In: 03/02/13
Adopted: 03/16/13
Congrats: Jay
Foster: Siri

A mother at a young age, I've lived with 24 other cats and did just fine. Now I'm spayed and looking forward to really getting to live a little! Give me toys, cuddles, attention and love and I'm going to soak up every second of it! And other cats! Sure, bring them on! (Though if you really wanted just one, sure, I could absorb all the attention you have to give! )

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Notes from Home
Ivy has been here for three weeks and is doing well. She LOVES to be with humans and chirps, trills and squeaks a lot in a very soft voice. Laps though are not interesting and has yet to sit in one. Since it is not lady-like to hiss, she does not do that. Toy-mice and laser dots are not safe in this house anymore. Playful does not begin to describe Ivy. She wants to play all the time and loves to play fetch with the mice. Jokes, oh yeah, she likes those too - on April 1st, she woke up her cat-daddy by jumping onto the headboard and drop the mouse on his head.

Her big little brother, Haku, is not fond of her at all so integration is going slowly. But when such a whippersnapper is too naughty she will put him in his place. After all, she has dealt with kittens before, though it is a little disconcerting to see a little 7 pound cat whoop a 13 pound boy's behind.

May 13, 2013

Hello again,
A little update on our little miss Ivy Piggy. She went to the vet last week since she has been sneezing and coughing. We suspected allergies and asthma, which the vet said was very likely. Her temperature was also a little elevated, so antibiotics and antihistamine for her. Ivy does not like to have her mouth handled and turns into a spitfire if you try. Fortunately she LOVES pill-pockets, so she does take her medicine like a champ.

Ivy gained half a pound since the last visit to TED, so she is not starving :-) but is now an 8 pound girl. She has calmed down a lot and accepts the resident cat Haku, - as long as he doesn't show fear or is rude, then she will put him in his place.

Haku has his confidence back but now he is challenging her - or wants to roughhouse with her, I don't know which. They can be together in the same room supervised, but if any of them gets naughty, they get separated. Litter boxes are also a turf war - it's funny how Ivy defends the one upstairs, while Haku defends the one downstairs. Our boxes are of the covered variety since Ivy likes to dig to China in there, so we will try uncovered ones , but with high walls so there is an escape. Cat-daddy is not happy, for that means more litter clean-up for him. In other words, Integration is not finished, but there has been progress.

Last but not least, Ivy has acquired quite a few nicknames and a theme song Triller (think Michael Jackson's song "Thriller"), Snow-kitty, sushi-wushi (ask the kids), Ivy-girl and Little Lady. Her favorite toy is a tailless mousie named "Wet, Cold Yucky Mousie".

May 16, 2013

Wow, what a week of antibiotics can do. Ivy seems to feel a thousand times better and her personality is now in full bloom. When we were interviewed, Karen told us that meezers may attach themselves to one person, and boy, did Ivy do that. She is now Meowmy's shadow and can't bear not to have her favorite person out of sight. So another nickname has been coined - Shadow :-).

July 10th, 2013

All is good here and in general there are healthy cats here. Ivy and Haku are now very good friends and love to "wrestle" with each other, especially when Ivy tries to groom Haku. Ivy has indeed found Haku's inner kitten for him. When not wrestling with her "big" little brother, Ivy enjoys running after toy-mousies and will sometimes bring them back for us "slaves" to throw them again. She is still very playful.

Haku was trained to sit on a mat when the family leaves the house to avoid darting out and Ivy has picked up the sitting on the mat part. Maybe that has something to do with the treats that can be in the offing? Ivy loves food, so much that in the time she has been with us, she has gained a whole pound and has collected two additional nicknames - Ms. Piggy and Roly-Poly. We found out she enjoys romaine lettuce, pasta, pork, chicken, pizza crust, potato chips, French fries and any kind of fish, except tuna... but she gets it in very small amounts. We have a fifth member at the dining table now to keep us company.

So all in all, we have a happy home here and healthy cats despite TED (The Evil Doctor :-) diagnosing Ivy (and Haku) with feline herpes and possibly hay fever. We give them OTC lysine to bolster the immune system and they treat it as a treat. There are new pictures to see, so click on the pictures next "door".

November 16, 2013:

What a difference six months can do... Ivy is still surprising us. She has decided that "her" person is not meowmy anymore, but cat daddy. Ivy has until now not wanted to sit in any laps, just sit next to you on the arm rest if you are sitting on the sofa. Well, the last couple of days, cat daddy's lap has been deemed adequate to sleep on. We are delighted that she is trusting us more and more and feeling more secure. Haku and Ivy are still friends and love to play tag in the morning and wrestle. And of course, more nicknames have surfaced, such as chubanucka, Roly Poly, and the latest - chowmeister. She is getting rotund around the belly after one too many treats at the dining table and when people are leaving the house... Our new motto for her is "all in moderation..."

March 17, 2014

Happy Gotcha day, Ivy.

Wow, it's has already been a year since Trouble, Colette - ahem IVY - came on a snowy day... She has settled in as the queen she is (well, former queen - no more kittens for her), gets along famously with Haku and sleeps between Meowmy and Catdaddy every night and follows Meowmy everywhere during the day. Her check-up back in February was stellar - same weight as when she arrived at SCRC, tail still curled and fluffed when she is happy - and that is often. However, she did not show her beautiful ringtail to the vet - he is evil in her eyes, poking her with a needle and ruffling her fur.

And Ivy loooooooves her mousies. She plays even more now than when she arrived. And fetch, oh yeah - well almost. She will run after the mousie and bring it back. That is, bring it to within five feet of ya. She expects you to get up and retrieve it; no sitting down and get off easy, oh no :-). When she tires of chasing the mousie, she likes to help with the kids' homework - especially lying on the folders and papers. Fluffy blankets and carpets are not for her. Smooth, hard surfaces are her favorite places to lie down and survey her queendom.

So it was a year ago, she came, she conquered, she stole our hearts. We have still not found them ;-).

February 4th, 2017

Wow, time flies... Ivy has been with us for four years now (we still haven't found our hearts - it's a lost cause ;-). It has been nothing but fun. Ivy is definitely the queen in this house, ruling it with "iron claws". She is a very gregarious and loving girl, who puts herself in the middle of the group. If one person is at one end of the room and another person at the opposite end, Ivy will plop down in the middle, so there's the same distance to her people. Laps are wonderful too, especially if they are under a fleecy blanket. She has her own pillow on the bed, so she, again, is between her people when they sleep.

Lately though, she's been through some rough waters. Allergies kept her sneezing and a couple of months ago, we noticed that she had a hard time eating her lysine in one piece. Lysine comes in a hard fish shaped treat, that can dry to a tough cookie - literally. At her annual check-up, we had TED (The Evil Doctor) look closely in her mouth. He found stomatitis and recommended a dental cleaning with extraction of one tooth. Well, she ended up having her upper fangs and one molar pulled. At the same time, we found out that she was already missing seven teeth! They were either re-absorbed or fell out without us noticing.
Here three days after surgery she is back to her usually funny self, keeping Haku in check, and fetching her mousies again - albeit without her upper fangs. She is still getting used to them not being there. We are crossing fingers, toes and claws that she won't have to go through this again and that her sneezing was due to the untreated stomatitis and not allergies.

13. September 2017:

We had Ivy back at the vet last month - stomatitis getting to yet another tooth (sigh). She is doing good again now after a round of antibiotics. However, last night there was a surprise call from the vet. Ivy was chosen as the September Pet of the Month. She got a little basket with toys and lean treats. We had to supply a picture of her and five facts about her. The picture is up oin the "pictures from home" and this is what we wrote:

Five (okay six) facts about Ivy:

She is a lynx point Siamese mix with a ring tail that goes over her back and down her right flank making a perfect circle.

Ivy was rescued with her two sons from a hoarding situation by the Siamese Cat Rescue Center.

Loves to supervise the kitchen from the top of the garbage bin, but has been known to land in it when the lid is up.

If you ask at large, "Who wants to be brushed?" She will come running and be first in line. She loves to be brushed.

As the 8-pound (ex)queen of the house, she rules with an iron paw and easily puts her "little" brother, 13 pound Haku, in his place.

The queen demands her tax at the dinner table. Anything goes, such as pizza crust, meat, cheese, and especially fish.

(Last update: Sep 13th, 2017 2pm)

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