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The first thing I did when Sheba became my foster kitten was to add the word Quickfire to her name. She is such a agile, active little athlete that "Queen of Sheba " seemed too sedate for her. She has a gorgeous coat of very shiny jet black hair. Sometimes black fur shines and almost looks silver as the light hits it, hence "Quickfire". So sleek. Her coat is wonderful; the hair is all the same length so she seems like a stuffed toy. She doesn't act like a stuffed toy though, she is all movement and play.
The older she gets the more beautiful and distinctive she seems. I have had her a couple months now and have watched her evolve in personality and grow in beauty. She has a very long elegant tail which to my delight is generally curled at the tip.I put her in with the bengal kitten, Tyler, and he has been a good play buddy and, I think, teacher for her. Her personality has smoothed out - she was a little edgy when she arrived, a little dominant with Pinky her friend who she came with, but now she is a pure sweetheart. She is loving to humans and very interested in all their attention and she is good buddy with the other kittens she is around. You can see how intelligent she is. Miss Quickfire is a very nice little girl full of fun and vibrant health.
She cannot be an only cat. She needs an energetic play companion, ideally an active cat. I would not put her with a super timid unselfconfident kitty. She needs an equal. Tyler would be a great match for her. They are pretty together his brown and black exotic markings set off by her solid black. She would probably consider dogs good playmates also, but I don't know for sure.
She will provide a great deal of entertainment and then collapse in your lap. Sheba loves attention and would probably be a good companion for children over the age of 5 or 6. She considers humans useful play structures so if you don't want a cat in your lap or on your shoulder she is probably not the right girl for you.
She eats wet and dry food and is litterbox perfect.
Her foster mom is Harriet in Santa Cruz.