Give her time, don't bother her too much. Talk to her with calm voice and try to give her some treat on your hand (chicken maybe). If she doesn't come to you after some time then leave slowly that treat on the floor and back off. Or try with whip cream on your finger, cats I know all really love whip cream (give just a little because it is not very healthy for them)
It's normal. All 4 of the cats I have now are adopted / rescues and they all acted like that when I first got them. They just need time to adjust. You wouldn't be happy if you were picked up by strangers and brought into their home lmao
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