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The featured cat at the ASPCA’s Adoption Center at 424 E. 92nd Street in New York City right now is Clementine. She is anxiously looking for a home so that she can get to love her new owners and show them what a truly wonderful kitty she is.
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Clementine is a beautiful cat. She wears a delightful bright coat that is orange and white. She is a domestic shorthair cat so her coat will always be easy care and look rather lovely. She wants you to know she’s barely and adult – she’s only one year old and will be more than thrilled to spend her life with you. Clemmie only wants you to give her the chance!
Since Clementine is still young and loves life, you’ll find her very energetic and frisky. She certainly is easy on the eyes. But don’t let all that beauty lead you to think she’s all poof and fluff – she’s a really intelligent, if a little independent, kitty.
Clementine really gets into playing and enjoys using her kitty abilities to problem solve in games. She dreams of finding a home where her new mom and dad would like playing with her and offer her many enrichment opportunities.
Clemmie will be a great companion to you. Give her a home with lots of playtime and attention and she’ll be content. She has a bit of the cat independence in that she loves attention but prefers to approach a new person with some reservation. Someone must have told her that it’s good to keep an air of cattitude.
One other thing about Clemmie. She adores people. It’s other cats she’s not overly fond of.
Lastly, Clementine is a purr machine!
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