Of the several types of tabby cat, spotted is maybe the closest to how a cat in the wild might look, somewhat like a Cheetah. We call he a tri colored spotted tabby because her lush coat is in shades of brown with shimmers and shadow of golden and white light. Looking at her does remind you of a cheetah with her delicate, oval face and her topaz eyes, and the dark strip running down the middle of her back, and her sleek form. She came to us about a year ago with a brother and sister who have been adopted, but she is still waiting. Maybe because she is a bit on the shy side and needs a little time to become your friend, but then she is very friendly. You can tell she is a very smart little cat when you watch her for a little while. You can see the wheels turning in her head. This spunky, high energy little cat loves high places and sits up like a bunny to play with her string toys. If you want a cat to entertain you, this is your girl. We think she would be happiest in a home with other cats or on her own with a lot of playtime with her person.
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