Our Sasquatch cat is named Sol. The Forest People rescued him from near death after his woodland caretaker passed away of old age. Sol was taken in by the Big Creek Sasquatch and nursed back to life from a state of severe loneliness and starvation.
Some gifts are more precious than others, and Sol came to us as a gift of pure sunshine. We thank the Sasquatch and all the good forces that brought him into our circle. He is fearless, gentle and loving, a guardian spirit of perseverance and courage. If a cat can be certain of himself, Sol is just that. Nothing rattles him, not even the vacuum cleaner.
His one peculiar quirk is his friendship with mice. You would think that after living in the woods and nearly starving, he’d be a ravenous mouse carnivore, but he’s not. He does enjoy catching and toying with them and is quite skillful in that regard. The problem being, is that he then brings them into the house and lets them go. I have tried to explain to him that we do not condone mice taking up residence in the house, would he please keep his little friends outside, but he just smiles, blinks his eyes, and brings them inside anyway.
Richard Rensberry, Bigfoot Book Series author 1/24/22