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Siamese Rescue provides a group of individual non-profit Rescue Organizations the opportunity to engage in a common purpose and to come together as one Internet presence. While each organization represented here is a separate non-profit 501(c)(3) cor... Read more
Siamese Rescue provides a group of individual non-profit Rescue Organizations the opportunity to engage in a common purpose and to come together as one Internet presence. While each organization represented here is a separate non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation with its own Board, policies and procedures, we are all working towards a common goal - to rescue the homeless and abandoned Siamese cats of the world and rehome them in carefully screened, permanent situations.
Siamese Rescue Center serves the Eastern US and much of the Northern and Southern US, utilizing a shelter in Virginia, volunteer foster homes in other states, and a volunteer "cat transport" network, the Meezer Express. It is one of a partnership of non-profit, individually funded Siamese Rescue Centers that are dedicated to rescuing homeless and abandoned Siamese cats and placing them in permanent, happy homes. Our aim is to promote the welfare of these special cats by finding them loving and responsible owners. Rescued cats are placed at one of our Centers or in foster homes where they are given love and attention until a permanent home can be found. This system promotes the socialization of the cats and allows us to understand the personality and special needs of our cats.Cats taken in by these Rescue Centers and foster homes are often from loving homes and make wonderful pets. Many times owners are moving and are unable to take their cat. Some cats are rescued from shelters in order to make room for other deserving cats. Some cats come with special needs and require that special someone to give them a second chance. We hope you can join us in our pursuit to find homes for all of these homeless Siamese.