Clem (and his sibling Sadie) were born on the grounds of a womens’ correctional facility in NJ. When we performed a trap-neuter-release operation there, we found them. Because they were just a couple of months old when they were found (we estimate they were born on or near 15 August, 2011), we were concerned about their ability to survive the winter, and we thought they’d likely come around where people are concerned if we took them in. So far, that’s working, albeit slowly.
Clem is a cute brown tabby male, with a little white. He’s still on the shy side, no question, but once you start petting him, he’ll remember just how much he enjoys it. He’s more easy-going than his sister Sadie; note that the two do not need to be adopted together. As far as we can determine, Clem is a healthy little guy.
Clem needs an adopter with a little patience, one who can coax him out of his shell. In the long run, however, we think he’ll make a fine companion cat, one who will do well in a wide variety of situations.