I am already neutered and a special needs pet.
Squamish - VIDEOS's Story...
Poor Squamish nearly didn't survive. He was abandoned outside a door overnight at the end of December when it was particularly cold. When he was found in the morning, he was in rough shape and his poor body was covered in frozen feces. They weren't sure he would survive but they got him to a vet and his will to live brought him through. The vet also found that he has diabetes. This is very easy to manage. Squamish is certainly worth it since he is a really wonderful cat. He settled quietly into his new-cat cage at the shelter, and when a volunteer arrived in the morning, Squamish greeted her with cheerful meows. He was calm and well behaved while the volunteer worked. Then when she came to visit with him, Squamish came to the door of the cage eagerly, ready to visit. He soaked up some pets luxuriously and had a good peek out at the world beyond his cage, unable to contain his curiosity. When he wasn't allowed to hop out and explore, he accepted this meekly. Squamish was a gentleman at all times, yet he was also exuberantly affectionate. When he was ready to be released into a communal room, he settled nicely among the other cats. He's an easygoing, well-behaved member of the shelter community. He always calls a greeting to us through his communal room door when we arrive at the shelter in the morning, and when we go into his communal room, he comes over to say hello and get some pets. This little guy could capture anyone's heart in five minutes or less! He is going to be an excellent companion and family member in a new home.
Squamish was born around the beginning of 2001.