♥Squeak♥ R.I.P.

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Home:NS, Canada  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Female   Weight: 10 lbs.

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queek, squeaky, lil girl, Ifif.

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-cat rescue


sleep, cuddle, tease her sister Daisy, Sitting ontop of niece mouse's cage.

don't really have any, anything being in her face, sister's door being closed

Favorite Toy:
rolled up foil, pens

Favorite Nap Spot:
top of cupboard, sisters bed

Favorite Food:
Tuna cat treats

steal your heart


Arrival Story:
My husband went to the store one very stormy/rainy night and parked his car next to a big trash bin. Over the rain and wind he heard faint meows comming from inside. When he looked in, here was a kitten about 2 mths old trying to get out of the water at the bottom. My husband climbed in an saved her. He took her to our home instead of the items from the store. We dried her off and feed her. From that moment she showed us that we were adopted. From then on all she wanted was to be held and cuddled.

Squeak don't say much, hence the name. We had her 2 mths before I even named her. We never had any intentions of keeping her but trying to find a good home. She absolutly adored my daughter and would crawl up on her and cuddle into her neck to sleep. When Squeak is truely content in your arms, she will drool. From the night she came to us until she was about a yr old, I would hold her in my hands on her back and she would fall totally asleep. Total trust. She is still a very loving and cuddle bum cat.

Forums Motto:
come, sit, cuddle with me.

I've Been On Catster Since:
August 9th 2006 More than 10 years!

I Was In The:
Catster's 2006 Holiday Picture Party!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Catster Id:

Meet my family
Bullet R.I.P.Daisy R.I.P.Neely 07/02♥Figaro
earts; RIP
arts; RIP
Grisley (
DeeDee (
Drifter R I
Miss DPocket

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I Squeak By


January 7th 2007 8:36 am
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well this is my first entry and it isn't even about me. But is very important .

this is from my mom

I had a real scarey experience New Years Eve night. I was rushed into the hospital just before midnite.

I had a migraine ( not a bad one ) all day. We had tickets to go out to celebrate and I didn't want to miss it. Anyway, About 11:30 pm we went outside for a smoke and then came in. I had just sat down when the DJ turned on the strobe light and it flashed in my eyes. Then a sharp pain in my head made me feel ill. All I remember from then is standing up and saying I needed some air. (I was told the rest of this) I made it outside and my husband was worried and followed me. I told him I was ok but just needed some air, when all of a sudden my legs buckled from the hips behind me and I went down hitting my head against the brick wall. So not only did I pass out, I was knocked unconscious too. My husband thought I was dead, until he could find my pulse. Then even the EMT's thought I had a stroke ( I couldn't move , talk or anything ) My eyes were open but I couldn't do anything and I don't remember it ) Anyway I woke up 3 hrs later while going for a CT scan.
Turns out good and bad..... I never suffered a stroke or heart attack, I suffered what is called a MIGRAINE EVOLUTION. This is where something triggers the blood vessels NOT to open ( in my case the strobe light )which makes you pass out until they open again. You can be unconscious for 2 - 72 hrs. You look like you had a stroke and even feel like it. If they don't open... in rare cases you can die.
I am still recovering from the headache, the knock on the head and from my legs buckling up behind my back. My speech is getting better along with my walking. I still have memory lapses but that is getting better too.
Just thought I should warn anyone who suffers migraines to watch out for sudden triggers... strobe lights are dangerous to migraines. This can happen even without having a migraine at the time.

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