My name is Alice!

Domestic Longhair Cat for adoption in Berlin, Connecticut - Alice
Add me to your favorites

I'm being cared for by:
Friends of Berlin Animal Control/CCCP

Facts about Alice

  • Breed: Domestic Longhair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Medium
Alice was surrendered by her owners who had to move and could not take her. Her tail was recently injured and was amputated leaving a short tail. She is very sweet and use to kids, cats and even dogs. Please fill out online application on our website at and call us at 860-828-5287
Come meet me Sat Nov 12 at AS Labieniecs 845 Farmington Ave in Berlin from noon to 2pm.

About Friends of Berlin Animal Control/CCCP

About Our Rescue Group...

Friends of Berlin Animal Control was founded in 1999 when a town citizen and the Berlin Animal Control officer worked together to rescue a wounded cat. This event established a continuing relationship between a group of concerned citizens and the town animal shelter. We also have a system of foster homes for cats that we have pulled out of the shelter because of overcrowding, or for cats that are found on the streets. We are always in need of additional foster homes.

"Like" us on FACEBOOK:

Shop Amazon? Shop Amazon at and help us make money for goods!

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

Most of our cats and kittens are in foster homes. We are able to meet anytime. We also hold adoption events at the Petsmart in Plainville, 278 New Britain Ave. in Plainville. We currently are housing a few cat at PetSmart in Plainville. We show regularly on Saturdays at 4:00p.m or we can make an appointment that works with your schedule. We can also bring any other cats that you might be interested in. THE FASTEST RESPONSE TIME IS THROUGH E-MAIL SINCE WE CAN CHECK IT AT ANY TIME.

Our Adoption Process...


Prospective individuals or families must meet requirements set by our group. There is a contract to sign. There is a fee for animals that are in our foster care program. Cats over six months of age come spayed or neutered. Sometimes a cat at the shelter might not be spayed or neutered because of availability at our low cost clinic. In that case, the cat will go through the State voucher program instead. Our adoption counselor will let you know if this applies. Our kittens are tested, vaccinated and de-wormed. You are required to spay/ neuter by six months of age. Your can do this through your own vet or through our low cost clinic. Thank you!