- “I love credit cards so much, I put them on everything -- keychains, coffee mugs, blankets, loved ones...”
- ―Alice, Guilty As Charged
Alice is a slim shrew with golden-brown fur and blue eyes. She has a large head of black hair with a maroon streak in it, and green, eyelash-framed eyes. Her outfit consists of a pink shirt, blue overalls, and silver hoop earrings.
Role in the Game
While searching for the suspect that used a stolen credit card, Detective Oates advises that Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde talk to an employee at the store where the purchase took place. They approach Alice and Judy asks her if it is true that she was spotted at the crime scene. Alice says yes, considering she works here in charge of the credit department. Judy realizes that someone in the credit department would have access to a lot of card numbers.
Later, Detective Oates says that he is suspicious of Alice on account of how little information she gave. They go to her and again and Judy asks her about any details she didn't mention, and tells her she is not being charged with anything. Alice tells them they can search the store if they want.
Judy and Nick find receipts for Vermin's for extra large lounge carpets in an apartment. The lab analyzes the receipts and Clawhauser tells them the product code number, MF49903BF37845 then corrects himself saying MF49903BF37846. Judy suggests they talk to Alice again about the code. They go to her and Nick tells Alice the code, and corrects himself about the last number being 6 not 5. Alice says she doesn't know the purchaser's name but she says the code rings a bell. She asks if it was the product code number with the last number as 5, and Nick says the code again with the last number being 6. She doesn't know but she says the carpets were bought by someone talking about a show they were putting on. Judy deduces that the criminal is an entertainer and thanks Alice for the help.
After the case is solved, Alice tells Judy and Nick she lost her keychain at Vermin's. At Vermin's, Judy and Nick find a lost-and-found box, which contains a credit card with a chain on it and wonder if that counts as a keychain. Judy and Nick return it to Alice and Alice says that is her keychain. She explains she loves credit cards so much she puts them on everything, including key cards, coffee mugs, blankets, and even loved ones. Judy sees that everyone needs a hobby.
- Alice is currently the only suspect in the case that appears to have a unique character model.