Mary Ann hid in her foster home under the couch for two days. Her foster dad would lay on the floor reaching in under the couch to pet her.. almost immediately she started purring. It took weeks to get her to come out and be petted properly. She was mistaken for a male and ended up with the name Thurston, but we call her Mary Ann. She is very friendly once you earn her trust. She runs to greet her foster with tail up! She loves to play. She will need a home with lots of love and patience.
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