Cat returned to NJ shelter for being ‘too affectionate’ to new home

A cat who was sent back to a New Jersey shelter for being “too affectionate” has found a new home – and has also helped other shelter cats get adopted.

Bruno the cat first arrived at the Montville animal shelter in November, after his former owners’ child became allergic to him. Two months later, he was adopted by a single mother and a young girl looking for a first pet. But when they brought him home, said the shelter’s Lindsay Persico, he was just a little too close to be comfortable.

Persico explained that the mother worked from home and the cat was constantly headbutting her, which made it difficult to work. The cat also insisted on sleeping in the girl’s bed, causing the two to stay up late to play. So a week later, Bruno was brought back to the shelter.

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