Mary Antoinette is friendly and inquisitive, who enjoys getting petted and lounging on beds or your lap. She is a semi-feral and has done remarkably well in the home environment. Mary would do well in homes with other cat members, especially other female cats, and would take a little longer to get used to her new home and human family otherwise. She Is very loving and generous and forms tight friendships with other cats. She would be most suitable to people who have many years experience with cats so they can assist her new home transition. She has a cute, high meow, and likes to play with toys, and chase stick toys in particular. She may not be suitable for young children, as she does get skittish on occasion and scares easily.
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