Squeaky
ID# C-14-056

12 year old • Female

All About Me

Squeaky is what we call a "micro kitty", weighing in at barely 6 pounds. She's got a gorgeous swirled tabby pattern with rich, dark orange swirls over a lighter orange background.

Squeaky (named after her characteristic meow) is full of spirit and love! You would never guess she had been taken in after being found living in a feral colony of 18 cats. She adores everyone and everything and gets excited when her people come home. If you're looking for a cuddly companion, Squeaky is your girl. She spends part of every night curled up under the blankets with her foster mom and loves giving sweet nose kisses and head bumps. She's the type of cat that purrs the instant she's touched and will even begin to drool when she's really happy. rnrnAlthough her age is uncertain, she has the energy of a youngster. She enjoys playing with her toys or the other foster cats and occasionally running off a bit of energy. As much as she loves other cats, she may love dogs even more. She often spends her time weaving in and out of the resident Greyhound's legs and sitting up to rub faces and groom her. Because of this, any dog she may live with needs to be experienced with cats and proven to be very tolerant of a needy cat's personality! Her ideal forever home would have another social feline with or without a kitty-loving dog. rnrnShe is also a very good girl and doesn't get into any trouble. She uses the litter box perfectly and tends to stick to her designated scratching areas. If you're looking for a playful, loving, and social lap cat and you don't mind a little happy kitty drool, then Squeaky may be your perfect match!

My Details
Likes Cats Yes
Likes Dogs Yes
Likes Young Kids Yes

History

Squeaky was one of 18 feral cats that were found living in a colony in Person County. Before forming an outdoor colony, these 18 cats were part of 40 hoarded cats. Although the group was mostly tame, Squeaky was the most social of the bunch. She was taken into foster care after a soft tissue injury left her lame and vulnerable, but has since fully recovered.

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