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Pet of the Week

*PAWS-ABILITY denotes a pet that has gone to a home on a trial basis. The length of the trial basis or "Paws-ability" is based on the needs of each animal/family, but typically one to two weeks as determined by the family and LCHS adoption counselor. If a Pet of the Week is returned to the shelter we will update its status.

By Katie Axline-Pittman. Photos by Chris Martin


Kirk. July 2017

Status: Available for adoption

KirkCaptain’s log, star date 7714.9. Our destination is The Montana Book & Toy Company, a strange building where the humans search for these things called “books.” Today our crew searches for something that has so far been elusive – a forever home for Spock and I.

While our lives may have started in very different places, it didn’t take long for us to cross paths and join forces in search of a forever home. Though we are young, we have seen so much of this world already, and we are eager to share our knowledge with the humans we hope to call family. Both Spock and I enjoy cuddles, and choose to greet new friends with a friendly meow and a hug (no really, I love hugs). We are very good at inter-species relations (cats, small humans, and dogs included) and hope to leave the intergalactic travel we’ve been engaged in behind sooner rather than later (it’s getting pretty rough out there in space).

We won’t be able to spend much time at today’s destination before we must join our crew back at the Lewis & Clark Humane Society. Help us boldly go where we’ve never gone before – into a forever home! Stop by The Montana Book and Toy Company (331 North Last Chance Gulch) from 11-1 today to recruit Spock and I for your family.

Kirk out.


Snoot. July 2017

Status: Available for adoption

SnootSummer is perfect for hiking, swimming, or lazing about in a hammock. The Base Camp is here to provide all of your summer needs! Pick up a hammock or some hiking shoes, and adopt a summer buddy while you’re there!

Sophie has been with us a whopping 5 months and we can’t believe it! She’s just two years old and a perfect companion for anyone active. This fun-loving lap dog enjoys playing, snuggling, and hiking through the wilderness with her best human friends.

Sophie is joined by Snoot, an adorable Husky mix hoping to find a more lazy family of her own. Snoot dreams of a home with people she can snuggle with after a rough day. This easy-going lady loves to go on walks.

Be sure to stop by the Base Camp (5 East Broadway) today from 11 to 1 to meet these two lovely ladies!


Paco. July 2017

Status: Available for adoption

PacoCrikey! Boy, do we have a treat for you – a Chihuahua with a one-in-a-million personality. Let’s learn more about this amazing creature!

Aptly named Paco, this firecracker of a dog is quite at home in his temporary living environment. Most often found burrowed underneath blankets until someone comes near, Paco spends his days napping. Using his bat-like ears, Paco can hear you coming and immediately pops his head out of his blanket to greet you with his usual hello – a series of barks. Don’t fret though, with patience and slow movements, you can tame this cantankerous fella into a snuggly gentleman.

When in the wild, the handsome Paco never ventures far from his quiet nest, always choosing to plant himself right on the couch or bed. Once comfortable with humans, Paco is eager for affection. Snuggles and kisses are his favorite activity, and it’s not hard to see why – he’s a sucker for human affection. This strange little creature has been seen interacting with his fellow canines and early research suggests he may also co-habitat with cats, but it may be a bit too early to tell.

If you want to find the rare Paco, make your way down to the Lewis & Clark Humane Society (2112 East Custer) today from 12-4:30 to discover this wildly unique canine!


Bass. June 2017

Status: Available for adoption

BassHi everyone, my name is Bass (like the fish) and I’m ready to go home with you! I love cat trees, cat naps, catnip— I love anything made for cats! I’ve been on the hunt for a new home ever since my owner left me behind. I’m a big fan of the other cats in the cat room, and I really hope my new home has another kitty (or two!) for me to hang out with.

While the transition from home to shelter was tough, I’m trying my hardest to make people see how awesome I really am. I may not be the most active kitty in the cat room but what I lack in energy I more than make up for with snuggles. I’m quiet and mellow, with a desire to spend every day soaking up the sun and lazing around with my owner. I don’t want to sound arrogant, but I really think I’m a great catch!

Please drop into Imagine Designs (62 North Last Chance Gulch) today from 11-1, I’d love to see you!


 

Batman. June 2017

Status: Available for adoption

batmanA very special caped feline crusader is here to save you from your hum-drum life—Batman! Larger than life, and ready to help keep you safe, this handsome orange tabby is ready to hop in your lap and make you fall in love. He’s hanging out at Sole Sisters today from 11-1 with his trusty friend Governor Humphries. Want to learn more about our brave Batman? Read on!

Batman is just 5 years old. He spent the past few years perfecting his crime-fighting and snuggling skills, and he’s now ready to find the perfect place to call home. He is currently looking for a human or two who can take over the role of his butler. Humans interested in the position must be good at petting and playing, and must have a bed for Batman to rest his body on. Loved by cats, dogs, and children alike, this great feline is ready to jump into action in your home!

Governor Humphries may not be as active as Batman, but he is just as sweet. A stray with no teeth and a sweet demeanor, Governor is ready to help you relax whenever you need it. He may not be the most handsome cat you’ve laid eyes on, but he’s one of the sweetest. Although he holds the title of Governor, Humphries is ready to retire to a home filled with cozy cat beds and lots of snuggles.

Looking to add a crime-fighter or a respected city official to your family? If so, stop by Sole Sisters (327 North Last Chance Gulch) today from 11-1 to meet these amazing guys.


 

Sardine. June 2017

Status: Available for adoption

SardineHi guys, Sardine here! Listen, my brothers and I are ready to leave the shelter behind. We are just 10 weeks old, and it’s hard to believe we haven’t been adopted yet! We are tired of waiting for a forever family, please come adopt us today!

I don’t mean to brag, but I am the social butterfly of the group. I love people, and I’m happy to greet anyone with a friendly meow. I’ve been helping my brothers become more social as well. So far, they like to play with each other more than anything, but they are learning just how great people are.

My brother Anchovy is great at helping me greet new people, and boy is he good at it! Barracuda is great at showing people how acrobatic he is! He loves to run around with all sorts of toys, but get him a feather wand and watch out – that kitty can play!

We are truly a great catch, can you adopt one or all three of us?! The cat adoption counselor says she will even cut someone a deal if they take all three of us home! We are looking for a home where we can wrestle, play, and snuggle together and with our human family. We do best with other children (like, 12 and up) and will do well with dogs with a slow introduction. We know there are plenty of fish in the sea, but we are the best catch! Come to the Lewis & Clark Humane Society today!


 

Mackerel and Tang. June 2017

Status: Available for adoption

TangHi guys, Mackerel here! My friend Tang and I have been residing at Petsmart hoping to catch someone’s eye. It’s been a couple weeks now, and despite our best efforts, no one has come to adopt us! We are hoping the right people will hear our plea and adopt us today! I wrote a little something up so you can learn a bit more about us!
Tang is the sweetest cat you will meet! She has a heart of gold, and I know she will make someone very happy!

She loves quiet homes where she can nap on cozy cat beds and receive lots of chin scratches! Tang just lights up as soon as someone starts petting her – you should see it! She has been a wonderful companion for me, and if we can’t go home together, I know she’d do great with a kitty or two in her new home. Tang is hoping to find a quiet home where she can spend her days napping and hanging out with her person.

As for me, I love to be in the middle of everything! I would describe myself as outgoing and fun; I love to hang-out with people! My ideal home is one with big windows in it so I can watch the birds fly by while I soak myself in a sunny spot. I also enjoy being pet, held, and snuggling on the bed with my human family members.

Please stop by Petsmart (3341 North Montana Avenue) today to fall in love with us!


 

Scooby. May 2017

Status: Available for adoption

ScoobyThis wonderful guy is in desperate need of a new home – and we hope you can save him! Scooby will be entertaining potential adopters between 12 – 2 p.m. Read on to find out why Scooby is the perfect dog for you!

Poor Scooby was adopted from the Lewis & Clark Humane Society in 2014, and we thought he had found his forever home. Unfortunately for Scooby, his fairy tale was short-lived; his owner moved and left him behind. This very sweet and loving dog is really hoping to find his happy ending this time around. Scooby is a silly boy who loves hikes, swimming, and snuggles! He hopes to join you on all of your summer adventures. A wonderful addition to any family, Scooby gets along great with other dogs and children!

It’s hard to start over, but Scooby is putting on his biggest smile while he waits for a second chance at love. Be sure to drop by the Lewis & Clark Humane Society (2112 East Custer) today to fall in love!


 

Pork Bun. May 2017

Status: Available for adoption

Pork BunJoin us today as we hang-out at Prickly Pear Land Trust’s Don’t Fence Me In run! Some of Lewis & Clark Humane Society’s best dogs will be hanging out at the event, meeting new people, and hoping to find their furr-ever family. Read on to learn more about today’s trail guests!

You’ve probably seen Pork Bun on our Facebook page recently. Found tied to our fence one morning, Pork Bun was abandoned by her owner. She’s the sweetest little lady you could ever meet, and it just breaks our hearts to know that someone left her. This cute, wiggly, sweetheart of a dog loves to snuggle and run around. Pork Bun does well with dogs and children, but doesn’t care for cats.

Peaches joining Pork Bun today, and she couldn’t be more excited! She’s looking for a family that will love her as much as she loves them. Peaches is mellow, sweet, and can be best described as a “sausage roll full of love.” At 6 years old, Peaches is hoping to finally settle down and enjoy the comforts of a family. With summer coming, Peaches hopes to find a family who will help her shed some pounds before she hits the pool or lake this summer. Don’t miss the opportunity to adopt this happy lady.

Blue, the amazingly sweet Shepard mix will be joining these two wonderful ladies today, so run – don’t walk – to PPLT’s Don’t Fence Me In event!


 

Sophie. May 2017

Status: Available for adoption

SophieReady for an adoption extravaganza at Petsmart today? We sure are! Today will be filled with cats, dogs, and hopefully some happy adoptions! Reward yourself, adopt a shelter pet!

Sophie is just one of the many dogs who will be parading around Petsmart today hoping to finally find their forever home. A 5 year old Walker Hound mix, Sophie found herself in need of a new home when her owners relinquished her to the Lewis & Clark Humane Society. The transition was rough at first, but since her arrival two months ago Sophie has really grown to love her daily walks and her afternoon snuggles. She’s a wonderful dog who wants to be a part of your family. One look her droopy eyes and you will fall in love!

Like Sophie, Flash has been waiting for his forever family for a while now. He’s the cutest feline you will ever meet and he’s got the best personality! He’s 2 years old, and has lots of love to give, but he’s been passed up by every adopter so far. At first glance he doesn’t look like anything special, but I promise, if you spend 5 minutes with him you will see why all of us staff members love him. Flash loves to be around people, and is always happy to see humans of all ages. He gets along wonderfully with dogs and cats as well. We are so bummed that he still hasn’t found his forever home, but we really hope you will come and save him today!

Drop by Petsmart (3341 North Montana) today between 11 and 3 to fall in love with one of the many LCHS shelter residents!


 

Chevy. April 2017

Status: Available for adoption

ChevyHi there, I’m Chevy! I’m hanging out at Rock Hand Hardware between 11-1 hoping to meet my forever family! I’ve written a little something in the hopes that someone will hear my plea and bring me home!

I was brought into the shelter as a stray 2 months ago. I was a bit nervous at first, but I have really grown to love the staff and volunteers here at LCHS. They take me out for walks, and play fetch with me in the play yard (my absolute FAVORITE) on sunny afternoons. I love to try to curl up on your lap, although I’m a bit too big for it! The shelter staff say I will make a great family dog as long as I can be the only pet in your family. I’m also super smart – really, I’m the total package – and I would love to continue to learn new things with you!

Long story short, I’m a fun-loving, super sweet dog just hoping someone will come along and give me the home I so desperately want. Please don’t let me go homeless another day, stop by Rock Hand Hardware (2414 North Montana Ave.) to meet me today!


 

Doug. April 2017

Status: Available for adoption

DougHi guys, Doug here! I’m so excited about my field trip today – I get to go to The Base Camp! I love going for walks and exploring, so The Base Camp seems like the perfect place to find my forever family! Won’t you stop by today and meet me? We can even pick out some new gear for the summer!

Let me tell you a bit more about myself; I’m very mellow, and I find that I’m the happiest when I’m spending time with people. The shelter staff say I’m a bit of an “attention hog” but hey, I just go for what I want, and what I want is lots of love! I understand completely that love is a two-way street so I am always happy to give you affection in the form of snuggles and kisses in exchange for some pets. I’m a big teddy bear (I’m a Burmese mix!) and since I’m an older gentleman, I’m not crazy active all the time anymore!

I don’t mean to toot my own horn, but along with being a world-class sweetheart, I’m also pretty darn smart. I know “sit” and “shake” and I’m real good at playing fetch! I would love to continue to learn new tricks too!

I look forward to meeting you at The Base Camp (5 East Broadway) from 11-1! See you soon!


 

Shasta. April 2017

Status: Available for adoption

ShastaNo one wants to be left behind by the people they love. Unfortunately for Shasta and Sierra, that’s exactly what happened. These two lovely ladies are trying hard to not let their current situation get them down, but they need your help! Stop by Golden Girls today between 11-1 to meet these two and give them a second chance at a forever family!

Shasta wants nothing more than to be your friend. Quiet and friendly, she likes to watch you for a minute before approaching you for affection. She enjoys being pet, being talked to, and snuggling up with you on a couch or bed. It’s great to see Shasta in such a happy mood when you think about how she came into our care. Left behind by her owners when they moved, Shasta’s outlook was grim. Luckily she was found and brought here where we gave her a haircut and lots of love. The staff here at the Lewis & Clark Humane Society absolutely love Shasta, and can’t wait to see her go into a loving home.

Shasta is going to Golden girls with her next-door neighbor Sierra. Sierra’s bad luck turned around when a kind gentleman found her and brought her to the shelter. While the families in the neighborhood she was cruising were feeding her, the outdoor life just isn’t for her. Sierra is the sweetest little kitty you could ever meet, always eager to receive a pet or two. This amazing cat would love to find a family to call her own.

Don’t hesitate to bring one (or both!) of these kitties home! They will be at Golden Girls (505 North Last Chance Gulch) today from 11-1, and will be at the shelter from 1-4:30!


 

Maggie. April 2017

Status: Available for adoption

RowenThe shelter staff is busy gearing up for our biggest fundraiser of the year – Spay-ghetti! I wish I could be there but I’ve got to hang out at Petco and wait for my forever family to come. Stop by Petco today to meet me and my friend Jackie and then join everyone at the fairgrounds at 5 for Spay-ghetti!

My name is Rowen, and I’m the longest-term cat at the Lewis & Clark Humane Society. I’m 3 years young and in desperate need of a forever home. I’m a sweet cat who loves people, but my stress level at the shelter is too much for me and I tend to shut down. My favorite time of day is night time, because that’s when I get to snuggle into bed with my owner! I have been known to play with toys, and want to find an owner I can bond with. My perfect home is one without other pets and I want a calm owner who can give me some time to adjust to my surroundings.

Unfortunately I’m not the only cat at Petco searching for a forever family. Jackie was put into LCHS’s care when her owners could no longer care for her. She’s a nice cat who, like me, prefers to be the only cat in her home. She definitely loves the companionship of humans over anything else. Jackie promises to be your very best friend if you adopt her.

Please stop by Petco to adopt us – take a chance on us! The shelter will be closed today so everyone can prepare for Spay-ghetti. The shelter will open back up on Tuesday. Thank you so much for your support, we look forward to seeing you at Spay-ghetti!


 

Maggie. March 2017

Status: Available for adoption

MaggieMiss Maggie has been at the shelter a whopping three weeks and she wants you to know she’s here! Being a black dog is hard in a shelter, you just don’t stand out among the pretty speckled Heelers and handsome Huskies. Poor Maggie has been passed over too many times but no more! She is headed to Petsmart today to strut her stuff and find her forever family!

When you come down to see this sweet girl get ready for some cuddles – she never turns down a belly rub! Maggie also enjoys walking in the park before she crashes on the couch with you (of course, she will need some belly rubs to relax after all of her hard work). Maggie is looking for a family that can give her the attention she deserves; she would really love to have some kiddos to snuggle with! Maggie gets along wonderfully with dogs her size too!

Maggie is really starting to feel sad, she’s so tired of being forgotten! Don’t let her feel heartache any longer, stop by Petsmart (3341 North Montana Ave) today between 11-1 to meet this amazingly loving gal!


 

Winnie and Romeo. March 2017

Status: Available for adoption

WinnieIt’s a real bummer to watch all of your feline friends find forever homes while you remain at the shelter with no family in sight. For Winnie and Romeo, every day that goes by is another day they spend waiting for someone to adopt them. These two definitely aren’t your typical cats, but it’s their different purr-sonalities that make them extra special.

What makes Winnie so special? For starters, she is currently LCHS’ longest-term cat, having spent a total of 76 days without a forever family. For Winnie, these past few months have been hard on her, and she’s ready to find a permanent place to lay her head. She arrived at the shelter as a stray back in mid-December as a terrified little cat, and while she has improved over the past few months, she is still a bit timid around new people. Winnie loves to make blanket forts to hide under, and loves to chirp whenever she wants affection. Winnie is a very special gal in need of a patient owner who will work with her to help her realize how cuddly humans can be. Winnie loves other cats, and would do best in a home she can share with a feline friend.

Romeo is another one of our long-term cats – 36 days spent here in our care. He’s a lovable guy who just wants to be lazy. Because he is 5 years old, Romeo makes a perfect companion for anyone of any age. With bright green eyes that suck you in, Romeo is one of those cats that you just fall in love with. Unfortunately, he just hasn’t found his true love yet. Romeo is sweet and laid-back, and does well with cats, children and dogs.

Don’t pass up the opportunity to adopt one of these special kitties. They will be at the Lewis & Clark Humane Society from 12-4:30 today waiting for you to take them home!


 

Blue. February 2017

Status: Available for adoption

BlueLooking to escape into a whole new world? Want to visit exotic places and fight off evil forces in planets beyond our own? If so, you should stop at the Lewis & Clark Library today to pick up a few exciting books! While you’re there discovering new stories, be sure to stop and say hi to Blue and Sophie, two dogs itching to find someone in need of a reading companion!

Blue is quite the outgoing fellow! He loves to greet shelter staff with a big butt wiggle and a friendly kiss. He’s your typical dog; he loves to play with all sorts of toys (and when we say all sorts, we mean all sorts), he enjoys walks, and he loves to snuggle up with people! Blue is a 4 year old shepherd mix, and we hope to find him a home with someone who will let him be his silly laid-back self. He does well with dogs and children over 5.

Sophie will be joining her friend Blue on today’s excursion! While she’s a fairly new arrival, she really hopes to make her stay at the shelter a short one. She’s a 5 year old hound mix with a friendly attitude and a desire to be man’s best friend. Sophie likes to snuggle, and would do well in a home will children and dogs.

Don’t let these two cuties spend another weekend without a home! Stop by the Lewis & Clark Library (120 South Last Chance Gulch) today between 11-1 to meet these two amazing dogs!


 

Malcolm. February 2017

Status: PAWSABILITY

MalcolmThere’s a big event going on today at Petco – it’s an event you don’t want to miss! A few of the Lewis & Clark Humane Society residents will be running around Petco meeting new people and hoping to run right into the arms of a forever family! Let’s see who will be waiting for you at Petco today:

Mia is just two years old, and happens to be the longest-term animal at LCHS – she’s spent a whopping 228 days without a forever family! This little mama loves to hang out with people as long as they give her time to warm up. She enjoys the company of dogs, cats, and children with good dog manners. Don’t let this lovely lady spend another day without you!

Waffles is LCHS’ longest-term cat resident. While she’s been with us we have learned all sorts of things about this cute feline! She’s looking for a home where she can be the only cat in your life (she’s not good about sharing laps) and one with a cozy bed to nap in. Waffles does well with children and appears to do well with dogs.

Zeus, a laid-back 8-month-old mixed breed dog will be looking for a fun-loving owner who loves to learn just as much as Zeus does! He’s a smarty-pants who loves to play with puzzle feeders and dreams of participating in an obedience class or two.

Malcolm is ready to bring fun back into your life! This silly feline is always eager to show off his acrobatic skills; this guy can twist himself into all sorts of positions! This handsome young cat would love to entertain you in his new home!

What a fun bunch we have at Petco today! Be sure to stop by between 11-2 to fall in love with one of these wonderful pets! The Lewis & Clark Humane Society would like to remind everyone to drive safe – the roads sure are yucky lately! The shelter may be closed today depending on road conditions, so please check our Facebook page for any changes to today’s operating hours.


 

Queso. January 2017

Status: Available for adoption

PepperIt’s a feline fiesta at Golden Girls today! Queso and Salsa are ready to spice up your life with their wonderful personalities, so don’t hesitate to adopt one (or both) of these great cats!
Queso is an eight year old with a heart of gold! He absolutely loves to be around people, always greeting them and asking for attention. Right now Queso’s days are spent napping in a cozy cat bed, but he hopes to expand his activities to TV watching and human snuggling in his new home. Best described as a laid-back guy, Queso gets along well with other cats, dogs, and most children. Because Queso is eight years old, we have lowered his adoption fee to just $37.50! Queso promises to be your best friend, to always keep you company, and to keep you warm during this cold winter!

Salsa is here to keep your party going! This outgoing cat is filled with personality! He enjoys being the center of attention, and loves to show off his silly ways. Salsa is always ready to be pet or held, and when he’s not in your arms he’s always eager to chat with you about the events of the day (believe me, Salsa never runs out of things to talk about). Salsa doesn’t ask for much when it comes to a forever home, just a loving family made up of people and cats – no dogs please! In exchange for a wonderful forever home, Salsa promises to be your best friend!

These will be two cats are eagerly awaiting their forever families, and they hope today will be the day they go home! Salsa and Queso are hanging out at Golden Girls (505 North Last Chance Gulch) today from 11-1. After that, you can find these two (and many more felines) at the Lewis & Clark Humane Society until 4:30 this afternoon.


Pepper. January 2017

Status: PAWSABILITY

PepperHey guys, Pepper here! I’m in a bit of a pickle and I need your help. My family wasn’t able to keep me, so I’m in need of a second chance. Can you give me the home I need? I promise to be your best friend, in fact, I’m a really good fit for anyone who wants a fast friend! Want to know more about me? Keep on reading!

I’m a pretty laid-back gal, I prefer to go with the flow and I don’t get hung up on the little things. I lead a pretty quiet life; I prefer napping to partying and I enjoy the simple things in life like daytime TV and knitting. It sounds like I’m a pretty boring feline, but I promise, it’s not always naps and Dr. Phil when I’m around - I also love to play! Balls and string are my favorite, and I find that daily play sessions help me keep my girlish figure. All of my wonderful purr-sonality traits make me a great companion for anyone with children, dogs, or other cats – like I said, I’m pretty laid-back!

At my age, it can be hard to find someone who wants an 8 year old companion but I have faith that there is someone out there for me. All I need is a cozy bed to nap in, some string to play with, and someone who likes to pet cats. Honestly, you can’t find a better companion than me! LCHS wants me to remind you that cats that are aged 5 and older are half-priced; you can’t do better than that! While I don’t like to ask for things, I would like to ask you if you can give me a forever home. I will be at Birds & Beasleys (2 South Last Chance Gulch) from 11-1 today. Stop in to get bird food, and adopt me!


 

Dos. January 2017

Status: PAWSABILITY

DosAll the senior ladies, all the senior ladies, put your paws up! Dos is ready to show off all of her wonderful quirks at the Base Camp today!

At 10 years old, you would think Dos would be ready to settle down into the quiet life, but you couldn’t be more wrong! Dos is ready to have some fun; whether she’s rolling in the snow or playing with tennis balls this lady is full of energy! When she’s done having fun, Dos likes nothing more than cuddle up with you and nap. You’d be surprised, this old dog is itching to learn new tricks!

Dos is hoping to find a home where she can be your best friend – your only companion. She doesn’t like sharing her humans with dogs and cats. Be sure to stop by the Base Camp (5 East Broadway) today from 11-1 to fall in love with this adorable golden girl!

MalibuNew year, new you. Why stick with the same old resolutions you make every year? Why not try a new one? This year, you can resolve to adopt a shelter animal!
Let’s face it, you’re tired of trying to find time to go to the gym and work out, you’d much rather just stay at home watching Netflix. Why not adopt a friendly cat like Rambo, a 5 year old lap cat, to join you in your quest to binge-watch action movies? Or, if you are committed to being more active, you could bring your new dog Malibu, a 6 year old Pit Bull, with you on your evening walks! With so many different personalities to choose from, fulfilling your 2017 resolution will be easy!

There are currently 30 animals awaiting their forever homes at the Lewis and Clark Humane Society. Some big, some small, some fluffy, and some not. Despite their different appearances, they all have one thing in common – they want a second chance at love! We have cuddly dogs, like Dos! Dos is 10 years old, and would rather spend her golden years snuggling with the people she loves. Looking to start your own podcast this year? If so, Ella makes the purr-fect co-host! She’s a talkative feline with an outgoing attitude – perfect for reeling in the listeners! Want a project? Winnie is the cat for you! Shy and a bit timid, she hopes to find a patient owner who will help her realize that humans aren’t so bad.

Now is the perfect time to bring home a homeless pet and fulfill your resolution! All of our cats and dogs promise to bring love, silliness, and entertainment to your life if you just give them a chance! Stop by the shelter today between 12-4:30 to meet our wonderful animals and bring one home!


 

Jack. December 2016

Status: Available for adoption

JackChristmas is just around the corner and all of the Lewis & Clark Humane Society residents couldn’t be more excited! Jack has hung his stocking with care, he’s helped us decorate the shelter with lights and ornaments – he’s been really good all month long! He really hopes Santa will see how good he’s been so he can get his Christmas wish – a forever home!

Jack knows no bounds when it comes to exploration, both figuratively and literally! Jack is no stranger to adventure, but his adventurous ways landed him in the shelter. From scaling mountains to climbing chain-link fences, Jack is agile and energetic. A true wonder dog, Jack is a wonderful family pet full of spunk and snuggles. Jack’s ideal home is one he can share with his favorite people (and their friends) as well as another dog or two. This handsome guy loves treats (especially popcorn) and would probably love to do spend quality time learning all sorts of new tricks with you. Because this dude is an expert adventurer, he is also looking for a yard with a six-foot privacy fence.

Honestly, there’s just too many amazing things to say about Jack that we just can’t fit it all in this article. We all love Jack so much and want to see him finally find his forever home! Please stop by Rock Hand Hardware (2414 North Montana) today from 11-1 to meet this wonderful guy!

 


 

Beans. October 2016

Status: Available for adoption

BeansWith the chilly weather upon us, it’s time to bring out the warm blankets and sweaters. It’s time to curl up with our favorite pets while we watch Halloween movies and enjoy the warmth of each other’s company. Three very special dogs are looking to find their cuddle buddies today at the Lewis & Clark Humane Society. Beans, Charlie, and Khaleesi all hope to bring some sunshine into your life this fall! They have told us what they are looking for in a home—are you the one for Beans, Khaleesi, or Charlie?

Beans’ favorite thing about fall is the idea of curling up on a cozy dog bed in front of a fireplace or heater. This handsome Catahoula mix has never known what it’s like to have a stable home life, and that is something he desires more than anything. Flown up to LCHS from California over 470 days ago, Beans remains at the shelter with no forever home in sight. Beans is looking for a human companion that has the time and patience to go slow as he is cautious when meeting new people. A quiet home is best for Beans, one without cats or children is necessary. He gets overwhelmed easily so a life without lots of chaos and change is a must for this silly boy. Although Beans seems like a difficult dog, if you give him a chance he will be the most loyal companion you will ever have.

Khaleesi is hoping to leave the shelter behind in favor of a home with access to all of the Game of Thrones episodes! This adorable people-oriented dog would absolutely love to spend this fall season cuddling with her new family while watching TV. Khaleesi isn’t all about snuggling though, she loves the changing colors on the trees, and would enjoy walking through the neighborhood while the leaves fall to the ground. Khaleesi would love to be the center of your world, as she prefers to be the only pet in your life.

Charlie is one active boy! He enjoys running around in the yard (and may even help you pick up any stray leaves). This lovable Husky mix loves squeaky toys and hanging out with people. Charlie hopes to find someone that leads and active lifestyle. Charlie just wants to find a best friend – and he hopes that can be you! I promise, this handsome guy will be there for you through thick and thin!

Be sure to stop by the Lewis & Clark Humane Society today from 12-4:30 to meet these fabulous canines!


 

 

 


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