Squint Delicious Tiny Tornado

Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
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Home:Shell Beach, CA, CA  
Age: 6 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 11 lbs.

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The family of ♥ Tony ♥ , ♥ Anna ♥ , ♥ Greystone ♥ , ♥ Sammy ♥, ♥ Stormy ♥  and more!

Squinty, Feline Queen of all Little Cats in all surrounding galaxies, Baby-Girl

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-pound cat-disabled -cat rescue

Gotcha Date:
December 20th 2008

April 20th 2008


Everything that exists. She is a super grateful, loving "very small" cat.

Beijo and Chief Red Cloud always trying to ... hump her (all are spayed/neutered)

Favorite Toy:
Boy, hard one. She likes everything. Tinkly balls the most, the Cat Dancer second, and all the rest

Favorite Nap Spot:
Anywhere; you never know where you'll find little Squinty

Favorite Food:
Innova Red, tuna juice

She is a master retriever of tinkly balls, and will even paw you to throw it for her again (and again, and again . . .) lol


Arrival Story:
Geez, this was a real runaround to get her. I saw her while volunteering and found out she had 'till Friday to get adopted or "else" (kill shelter) because of her double upper eyelied agenesis. One of the Animal Control Field offices took her, but didn't have time for her. I didn't know who had her, but knew she needed her surgery STAT! (Hair growing straight into the eyes from above due to no eyelids (a little different than entropian). 2 Volunteers called 'anonomously' and gave me the number of the officer. I called her and said I'd like to get her to her surgery, may I take over fostering? She had a hard time with it because Squint is SO loveable (named at the kill shelter because she couldn't open her eyes), but finally gave in because she "didn't have the time to properly care for her. I got her right in and once ready, she had her surgery (there was a lot of pre-stuff (expensive stuff) prior to this type of surgery. She was (and still is) a very small brown classic tabby. So she had her surgery (whew, what a site) and then a bit after, she started having siezures; 2 in one week. took her to emergency and then my vet, so now she's on lifetime 2x/day Phenobarbitol along with her lifetime regiment of 2x/day eye medications. She also has hyperesthesia... since she was in the pound. I adopted her right away (at 5 months old). She is a joy to watch. Everyone loves her and she loves everyone AND she loves nature, looking out the window at sunrises and moon-rises, birds in trees, is a tough little chick and will play rough and has some hilarious tricks when she plays to "attack" (backing up into her fight-ee and then pounce). Totally adorable in every single way!

Squint still has hyperesthesia (constant licking of herself and the other cats . . . even me! She has not had a seizure since starting the Pheno. She had stopped breathing during one of her seizures and, being Red Cross certified in dog and cat emergency first aid, I gave her CPR twice on the way to the emergency hospital during one of the seizures.

Lives Remaining:
8 of 9


I've Been On Catster Since:
July 13th 2011 More than 3 years!

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Red-Cloud -
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2/5/1987 -

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