Hi! Im Mary Beth! I was rescued at ACT Spay/Neuter Clinic in Stockton, CA.
It took me some time to adjust to my foster home but now Im playing and hanging out just like Ive always been part of the family. I love spending time with my foster human. I greet him in the morning and tell him Im ready for a few pets before we start the day. I follow him around so I can always be nearby and lounge in the office with him while he works, sometimes at his feet. Although Im very comfortable around him, Im still shy around new humans I dont know.
In the evenings Im all about playtime. I have a few favorite toys and my foster human has been trying to teach me how to play fetch. So far Im really liking the fetch game. When were done playing, I like to sit next to him on the couch while we catch up on our tv shows. Im not much of a lap cat but you can be sure Ill sit right next to you because thats the best place to receive pets. Oh, and I also love being brushed!
Im looking for a family who understands kitties can initially be shy and who will be patient while were getting to know one another. Oh and my ideal home will be pretty chill. So what do you think? Do I sound like the kitty for you? I have lots of love to give and cant wait to meet my furever family!
- Mary Beth is shy and needs a quiet home.
- Indoor only
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