FUN-LOVING LADY WITH PRETTY WHITE MITTENS WANTS TO SPOIL YOU AND ENTERTAIN YOU
My name is Alice, I'm in foster care. I’m a fun-loving goofy senior girl. I’m black and white, with a black face, white whiskers, and a little white streak between my eyes. Wait I forgot to mention my lovely white "tuxedo" covering my chest and tummy - and the matching snowy white mittens on my lovely paws.
I am a relaxed girl with a good sense of humor. I really like to ham it up and tilt my head to the side and give my foster mom a dog-like “er?” look. It makes her laugh every time. I’m a bit oversized which means I have lots of love to give you - and I do love to spoil my purrson with love and attention. I love to sleep on my foster’s bed, right next to her pillow so that I can watch out for her at night. I'm hoping you'll want a soft, warm friend on your pillow too so I can bring you the sweetest dreams.
I’m a food motivated kitty, and you should see how fast I can run if there’s food involved. With enough treats and patience, I might let you teach me a trick or two. On second thought, I may just eat the treats. It all depends on what I think of your trick.
My mom was caring for another mature girl like me named Cinnamon. To our joy, Cinammon was recently adopted by a rare kind of special purrson. Like my friend Cinnamon, I also have tested at the high end of the normal range for kidney values, and I was labeled “pre-kidney failure." But WAIT.
Wait, wait, wait. I don't want you to run away. My foster mom cares for another cat here who has also been labeled as pre-kidney, but he has been here for three years and he’s still going strong.
I ask you to think of it like this: if the doctor tells you you’re pre-diabetic or predisposed to a heart attack, do you just give up? Of course not. You will watch your diet make a few healthy changes and go right on living your life. It is the SAME way with me. I am quite busy living my life, making my foster mom laugh, bringing her pillow talk and sweet dreams at night, and running after treats. (in fact, I'm so busy running after them that I have no time to sit still and have my picture taken. ha.)
My friend Cinnamon's luck is proof that there are very special adopters out there. If you are one of those people, it would simply be my pleasure to meet you. I tolerate the other cats but I really want to be your one and only!
Let me spoil and entertain you. It's what I do best. We will have a wonderful time together. I live with my foster mom but it's very easy to arrange a meeting and get more information about me. You can start by completing an online adoption application. Make sure to enter Alice in the cat you would like to meet. Visit the "How to Adopt" page for more adoption information.
I am most grateful for your consideration.
Your fun-loving furry friend,
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