|Place of origin:||Squanch|
|First seen in:||Ricksy Business|
|Main voice actor:||Tom Kenny|
- “Squanchin' party bro!”
- —Squanchy to Rick[src]
Squanchy is a cat-like anthropomorphic creature that was invited to Rick and Summer's party in Ricksy Business. He is very good friends with Rick, sharing his love for alcohol. Morty and Jessica catch Squanchy engaging in auto-erotic asphyxiation masturbation in Morty's garage. He refers to this as "squanching".
In The Wedding Squanchers, after Tammy reveals herself as a deep cover agent for the Galactic Federation and the wedding reception is ambushed by Gromflomites, Squanchy tells Rick to save his family and get out of there before pulling out one of his teeth and breaking it in half to consume a green liquid substance which subsequently turns him into a giant version of himself with superhuman strength and endurance. At the end of the episode it is hinted to that Squanchy may have died in the fight against the Gromflamites when Rick drops the photo of Birdperson, Squanchy and himself. This hint is reinforced in the post credits scene of The Rickshank Redemption when Tammy is revealed to be alive and unharmed as Squanchy was last seen fighting Tammy.
Squanchy is a short orange cat-person with a tiny blue nose, a dark brown goatee, messy fur and whiskers. He has a naked tail with a brown tuft of hair on it's tip. When he drinks the green liquid from his tooth, he becomes a big, muscular cat-person with green eyes, a larger beard, vast tufts of hair on his giant shoulders, black claws, and sharper teeth.
- Squanchy replaces most of his verbs with a variation of "squanch", which is similar to the way Smurfs replace various words with the "smurf" in the eponymous cartoon series.
- Squanchy played the drums in a band with Rick and Birdperson, called The Flesh Curtains.
- Squanchy makes a cameo in an issue of the Rick and Morty comics spying on an interracial couple making out in the forest.
- Squanchy bears a striking resemblance to the character Smarf from another Adult Swim program, Too Many Cooks, an 11-minute short that went viral during an Adult Swim "Infomercials" block in 2014. This character, in turn, seems to be a parody of Snarf, a character on the 1980s cartoon ThunderCats.