HELENA — The Lewis and Clark Humane Society’s Pet of the Week is a laid-back cat looking for a home.
Canyon is a two-year-old black cat who came to the shelter about a month ago as a stray – making him one of the longest-term cats there. Staff members say he had a collar on when he was found, but no one has come to claim him.
“He’s a very sweet but kind of solo cat,” said Katie Axline-Pittman, the Humane Society’s cat program coordinator. “He’s not super needy – which is super nice – gets along well with the other kitties and just likes to spend his days sleeping in a cat tree.”
Because Canyon is so quiet, Axline-Pittman says he could be a good choice for a first-time cat owner. She also believes he could share a home with other cats or dogs, especially if they’re older. However, they are looking for a home without children.
“They’re just too loud and rambunctious for him; he tends to hide,” she said.
Canyon is in the Humane Society’s open cat room, so you can visit him whenever the shelter is open, Tuesday through Saturday afternoons.
If you are interested in Canyon, you can contact the Humane Society for an application.