Alice expects people to work for her love. She is half-Siamese and she expects her share of attention and adoration. Alice is a sleek and stunning cat who came from the San Jose Animal Care Center and was taken in by Peninsula CatWorks to give the Center more room for 100 cats they were expecting. She found a home in the fall but was returned to her foster home because her adopter became ill.
Alice loves to sit by windows and watch the action outside and will be the first to greet you when you come home. She has a strong personality, will talk when she wants to get information across and is very independent. Her favorite place is on an ottoman in the family room where she lies on her back, begging everyone who passes to rub her tummy.
Her siblings have all found new homes and Alice is ready for a loving home of her own. Alice is not a big fan of the cat fair and would love you to visit her at home.
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