Lovely Alice does not have a mean bone in her body. In fact, one of her foster family’s favorite things about her is how quickly she was able to trust them and open up. You can usually find her either wiggling with excitement or snuggled up with her favorite human. She’s also very playful and bouncy, when motivated, but isn’t interested in anything too rough or loud. A very polite lady! Alice may have had some trauma involving men in the past, because she seems to warm up more quickly to females. She luckily does not display any aggressive or guarding tendencies, when it comes to men, it just takes her a little to warm up. Alice has been wonderfully sweet with everyone she meets and doesn’t mind any sort of grooming or handling. She was very sick when she arrived at ABR from a small shelter, so we opted to place her in a foster home without kids or other pets, not knowing enough about her personality. Although she hasn’t met other animals yet, she’s been a darling with kids when out and about, and her foster family thinks her gentle nature would be just fine with them. Since she is a bit intimidated by loud or exuberant play, we’d much prefer she goes to a family with older kids. Alice is still working on potty training, so we’d recommend a home with its own yard to make this easier on her. She also loves her crate and is more than happy to retire to her cozy nap cave for a snooze, when she’s not curled up on top of your feet.