Thursday, August 3, 2017

#Alexandria #VA: GOOD NEWS! RESCUED! RE: #Siamese #Tortoiseshell Gal needs Quieter Home

On Jul 18, 2017 12:54 PM, "Missy Rhoda" wrote:
No, I did not hear from anyone who was interested so since the previous owner had a contract with the Arlington Welfare League I took her to them which just wrecked me. I miss her so much and I just had her for a year but she is just a wonderful sweet baby.They said Belle would be taken care of until she is adopted again and especially because she was one of their own having been there before and they don't put babies down unless there is a medical necessity or gets uncontrollable. I want to see how she is but can't. I leave this area for good in a week. I have never given up a pet before and it is even more awful because she is so sweet. Thsnk you for asking.
7/9 POST 

There is the following 7/7/17 Facebook thread courtesy of Siamese Cat Rescue Center for Sweet Belle in addition to the forwarded crosspost herebelow:

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From: Kathryn Hargreaves <>
Date: Sun, Jul 9, 2017 at 8:50 AM
Subject: Fwd: Rescue: Siamese in Alexandria VA
I am not the contact.  Please pass this on if you're not taking them. It's very helpful to send these on if you can, as you never know who might need a great cat in their lives. Thanks!

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From: L McDavid
Date: Sat, Jul 8, 2017 at 12:24 PM
Subject: Rescue: Siamese in Alexandria VA

Private placement:  Alexandria, VA.  Contact
Sweet Belle looking for a home!  In Alexandria, VA, this is a private
placement.  Nine year old cream tortie gal who needs a Jenny Craig program
at 19 pounds, working on her diet.  Good health and active, but needs a
quieter home, vet records available.  Please contact Rhoda at  Must find a home in the next few weeks!  Lovely cat
if someone can help take her in, would really appreciate it, some transport
available! Pictures available

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Kathryn Hargreaves
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