Last Wednesday, Squeeze the Cat was found with his head stuck in a pipe. Yesterday, he got a new home.
Squeeze the cat was adopted Thursday by a man with a barn who lives in rural Boulder Valley. “He’s got other cats and he has a good set-up for a feral cat,” said Humane Society of Boulder Valley spokeswoman Kim Sporrer. Squeeze was neutered by the Humane Society so he will not be able to add to the feral population. Last week’s video footage of the rescue didn’t include the actual moment of Squeeze being pulled from the pipe. That footage is now available in addition to video of Squeeze’s new owner discussing his future. What a happy ending!
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Yaaay, Squeeze ! I think he’s lucky, too! =D
The only time this cat will e called squeeze will now be out of love!
Is he going to get to be an indoor cat instead of living in a barn. He does not act feral at all.
I’ve done a lot of rescue and foster and that is not a barn cat. I’m happy he has a home and is out of the shelter, but he is a lover. I feel sad that he went to a barn because I think he could have been adopted into a home. I would not have let him go to a barn. Sorry, but it’s just my feelings.
Can you provide me with a link to the shelter that adopted him out? I would like to write to them.
I didn’t get your PM. But several of my friends sent me the link to the shelter and I joined their FB page and asked my questions. Thank you for caring. I watched them put him into the crate without a problem and the staff and adopter were putting their hands in the crate to pet him. The only other explanation is that he was still somewhat sedated from anethesia or however you spell it. I will let you know what they tell me if they answer my questions.
Here is a comment I received from the shelter Squeeze was in.
He didn’t act like a feral cat to me at the vet’s. He was willing to be petted. I hope he is allowed inside his new owner’s home if he so chooses.
Thank God! I was worried for him.