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Jean - Claremont Location   

In shelter Cat

Chino Hills, CA, 91709
Pet name:
Jean - Claremont Location
Domestic Short Hair
Jean came to us from a colony in Torrance, and she was caught as a friendly stray mom. She had a litter of kittens who were quickly adopted out through a different rescue, but then she was taken to Priceless Pets for a second chance at life in 2021. She was actually adopted out in early 2021, only to be dumped again by her negligent owner. She was found wandering the streets in Hacienda Heights and showing up nightly to a Good Samaritans home for food. The Good Samaritan noticed an injury on Jeans chin and promptly took her to a clinic, where they were able to see that her microchip was originally registered to Priceless Pets.

Jean was brought back to Priceless Pets and has been loving life ever since. She enjoys her mealtimes, catnip, and soft blankets. The managers at the Claremont adoption center noticed that Jean isnt a big fan of other dogs and cats and prefers to be the only pet in the household. She loves being petted but doesnt enjoy being held for extended periods of time. She has a really cute overbite, which makes her face so unique. She thrives on human attention, so she should go to a home where her adopter will keep her indoors only and gives her the love and nurturance she deserves!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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