It is a proper, chilling, canine-like burst of aggression and it is coming from the mouth of a young woman dressed in T-shirt and shorts.
“With two jobs and going to school full-time, it wasn’t easy at all.
Like a dog with a bone, her first instinct is to hide anything she is given.
She is only 1.52 metres tall but when she fools about with her friends, pushing and shoving, there is a palpable air of menace and brute strength. She has learning difficulties, but she is not autistic, as children brought up by animals are sometimes assumed to be.
Five years after a Discovery Channel program about her, they wanted to see if she had integrated into society.
Ms Fry wanted to find out how far the girl was still damaged and to see a reunion with her father.