HELENA — The Lewis and Clark Humane Society is calling all Ranchers, Farmers and those with lots of land, Betelgeuse, is a 2-year-old, short-haired orange Tabby with white cat.
And he is looking for a FUR-ever home, but a home that offers some space as Betelgeuse is a working cat.
A barn, heated shop, or heated garage to call his home would best suit this FUR-baby and he has a friend named Peach, who is another working cat.
Being a working cat, the house life isn’t the best suit for him, Betelgeuse needs some space with minimal human interaction even after we lift the social distancing.
Just leave out some food and water and he will be off to work, chasing the mice.
He is neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. It’s $25 for one working cat, and $50 if someone adopts Betelgeuse with Peach.