This little kittie has the look of a miniature dairy cow, but definitely not the temperament. Curious, energetic and playful, he will keep you and/or a buddy very busy. His name, pronounced 'Quickie', is actually 'Koeitjie', which means 'small cow' in Afrikaans :) He isn't a big picker-upper, but likes to sleep in your lap and purrs like a tractor. He loves to play fetch with his favorite grey mouse, and will come drop it in your hand for you to please throw it again!
With absolutely no problems, he is a gorgeous kittie and will be a gorgeous adult with a sweet disposition. He definitely needs a friend to play with. Perhaps his brother Chokkie?
I've uploaded some videos of the playful brothers and their erstwhile fellow foster Lucas (since adopted). Search for 'The Adventures of Quickie' or 'The Adventures of Chokkie and Quickie'.
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