Twain is actually a female. I guess they thought she was male when they got her in and so gave her a boy's name. However, the name has stuck and she will not answer to anything else.
I first saw Twain when I was in PetSmart to buy bird food. Her story of being "in care" for so long just touched me. I have 2 other cats who have been rescued also and at first I just left with no intention of adopting Twain. However, I couldn't get her out of my head and had to go back to look again and ask about adoption. I had to make a third trip to the store as nobody was available on the 2nd visit.
She is a very nervous cat and has taken longer to adapt than I think is normal but she will now come out to play and she now puts her nose to one of the other cats. She will take a little longer to fully be "at home" but I am sure with patience and love Twain will finally know she is in a safe and loving environment.
Twain loves to play with feather toys and balls. She is a sweet girl and I am glad we have her in our home. No more cages for Twain!!