He is a two-year-old cat who arrived at the Humane Society in mid-September.
Coming off the streets and into the shelter was a tough adjustment for Grimmel.
But in the few weeks that he's spent at the shelter, he has come to enjoy the company of the people who take care of him. Cat Program Coordinator Katie Axline-Pittman said, "He was a little unsure the first few days he was with us. You know, there's a lot of people coming in and out, so he was really kind of scared and unsure. But now, he's kind of warmed up."
While Grimmel has warmed up to the staff and volunteers at the shelter, he isn't a fan of the other cats. In his new home, he would rather be the only kitty.
You can meet Grimmel at the Lewis and Clark Humane Society. For more information on him, click here.