This week's Pet of the Week is a pair of spooky-sounding brothers looking for a good home to share together.
Jack and Pugsley, named after a jack-o-lantern and an Addams Family character, are about 12 weeks old and came into the shelter as strays.
They love to play, wrestle and cuddle - and should mesh pretty well with other pets and older kids, but might want to avoid sharing a house with a younger child.
If they look like kittens that you would like to add to your family, you're in luck.
The Lewis and Clark Humane Society is holding an event this weekend to hopefully help all their animals find forever homes.
Katie Axline-Pittman, the Cat Program Coordinator at Lewis & Clark Humane Society said "it's National Adoption Weekend at Petsmart this weekend, so we will be there Friday and Saturday. Friday we will have dogs and Saturday i will be there with cats doing adoptions. So stop on in, and Pugsley and Jack will probably be there, along with some other kittens and adult cats. So it's a big, big deal."
Katie also says filling out an application before showing up to the event would be helpful.
You can visit Jack and Pugsley on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 12:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m., and Thursdays and Saturdays from 12:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Lewis and Clark Humane Society.