Hi, my name is Clementine and I'm 3 years old. Me and my litter mate Tangerine were part of an unwanted litter and surrendered to Bond County Humane Society when we were about 7 weeks old. We were very scared and not familiar with being handled a lot. While we were at BCHS we learned it was OK to be held and petted. We also learned to play with toys. I was adopted when I was about 6 months old to a busy family. They take care of their grandchildren during the day and discovered that a granddaughter was allergic to me. I was returned to BCHS in October 2019. I was good with the children in my previous home. In fact sometimes I would sleep at the foot of the grandson's bed. My favorite toys to play with are little fur balls. I like to have my tummy rubbed. I am affectionate once I warm up to you. It takes me a while to warm up to other cats. I do have a tendency to form crystals in my urine, so I am on a special diet to help with that condition. I am available for immediate adoption. I am spayed, UTD on vaccinations, tested for FeLV/FIV, treated for internal and external parasites and microchipped. My adoption fee is by donation. If you are interested in adopting me please complete an adoption profile in person or on-line at www.bondcohs.petfinder.com. Email the completed profile to the address provided. A copy of our policy regarding warranties, refunds or returns is available upon request.
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