Personality type: Gonna love you on her terms.
My name is Clementine, and I am not a citrus, just in case you were wondering. I always want to be near you and will be sad if I am not. I want to sit on your lap (or back) when you are watching TV, eating a meal, sleeping, or reading. I have been known to follow foster mom into the bathroom just so she knows I'm not leaving her. Where you are, there I will be. I walk with a very slight limp, but it just means I'm not your run of the mill kitty. I go from 0 to 100 when I hear a can of Friskies opening! While I am sweet as can be, I sometimes get scared when new people come around- so please be understanding with me. I prefer someone who can give me lots of attention and be patient with me when I get frisky, but I will appreciate all the attention you have to give. I've been in foster care a very long time and I don't know why no one asks about me. Foster mom says my home is out there. Is it with you
Clementine is spayed, FeLV and FIV negative, is current with shots, treated for fleas and worms, and is litter box trained.
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