Sheila is larger than her habitat buddy and fellow female Bengal tiger, Suki, and her stripes are not as numerous or dense. Despite having multiple dens in their habitat, the pair prefers to share one den, especially during the winter months. They are closely bonded from the comfort they found in one another’s company at Noah’s Ark following their different prior backgrounds (Sheila had previously belonged to a roadside circus that hauled her across the country in a small trailer with a metal baking dish bolted to the floor for water and a only bench to escape the cold floor of the trailer.) Sheila and Suki love to play together and chase each other around. Their favorite pastime seems to be for one of them to jump on top of their den and pounce on the other!
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