Squeaky was a stray that found us on July 4, 2013. I was outside taking a picture of dinner, and I heard a squeaking sound. I looked up and saw a cat. At first I thought it was Fluffy, but it was a cat I had never seen.
She was in really bad shape. She had matted fur and was starving. She ate 3 cans of food in minutes. She was so sweet. She let me pet her and brush some of the matted fur.
For the last 7 months she has been living outside in the garage. She had a sweet set up. She had a bed, food, water and a personal heater. She loved it, but she really wanted to be inside. She would press her face into the door when I would be in the garage. It broke my heart.
We made the decision to bring her inside after Sherbert passed away.
We took her to the vet. She didn’t care for the vet visit. She bit one of the technicians. Oops!
After getting poked and prodded, she got a clean bill of health.
She got her wish – she got to come inside!
She is adjusting well to being inside.
She is really sweet and a little feisty.
She is also super playful.
She spent hours playing with a toy mouse and she loves the laser pointer.
It worked out nicely that she matches Fluffy. They could be twins! In fact, Jack can’t tell them apart yet. He hisses at Fluffy. I have to tell him that he knows Fluffy and he is looking for Squeaky.
You can tell them apart by their mustache – Fluffy is all black and Squeaky is half orange and half black.
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