According to the BBC's live blog (and via Deadspin):
A fighter in Sirte has told the BBC his account of the reported capture. Mohammed, a young fighter in his 20s, wearing a blue T-shirt and a New York Yankees baseball cap, said he had found the colonel hiding in a hole in the ground in the city of Sirte. He told the BBC that the former Libyan leader said to him simply: "Don't shoot".
Alright, so if the cat who caught Derek Jeter's 3000th hit received an assortment of tickets, bats and jerseys as thanks for returning the ball to the future Hall of Famer...what can we give Mohammed for his job well done?