Domestic Short Hair
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Alice came to Front Street at 4 weeks old with her siblings. She has always been a special and slightly different kitten. She is smaller than her siblings and may always be a smaller cat. She tends to sit back and observe and figure things out before jumping into them. She's playful, smart, solemn, and has a huge will to survive. She was the first of the litter to start eating wet food, to figure out what a scratching post was for and how to play with a feather wand. She enjoys perching on top of the scratching post like a little gargoyle and seeing what's going on. She is affectionate and loves to be petted and while she won't curl up in your lap, she will rub against your legs and softly meow to let you know you can pick her up and pet her. After loving on her for 7 weeks, I recently got her to purr for the first time. She is a phenomenal kitten, but not the best fit for someone who wants a typical crazy kitten who will purr if you look at her. Alice would probably do best as the sole cat because her smaller size can result her getting `bullied` by other cats. She has wild, white whiskers and eyebrows and a smidge of white on her nose and on her feet. Her fur is a medium length, silky charcoal grey and she almist looks like a little wolf.Summary of PersonalitySweet, introspective observer, fierce feather fighter, and a really special kitten for a special person.Experience with Dogs, Cats, or other AnimalsNone.Experience with children, or children that visit the homeYes, she does fine with kids.Is your foster litter box trained?Yes


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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