When it comes to temperament, affection, and personality, this is one cool cat!

It was another Take Me Home Tuesday at the radio stations, sponsored by our wonderful animal-loving friends at Paul's Pancake Parlor in Missoula. Janet from the Humane Society of Western Montana let us meet Seven.

Seven is a sweet and cuddly boy. He loves to lay on laps and be brushed, and is quick to adapt to his environment. He often is found hanging out with the veterinarian staff back in the shelter's clinic. He likes to talk and will probably meow at you for attention when you come to visit him in his kennel. He would probably do well with other cats, as he is not reactive to his neighbors, although Janet pointed out that they are unsure of his complete history.

As you can tell, everything is "black and white" with this guy. And at 11 pounds, there is plenty to cuddle! Come meet Seven and get some love! Seven is neutered, vaccinated and ready to go.


The Humane Society currently has lots of adult dogs waiting for forever homes. And the staff is really impressed with how nice all of them are. So if you're not thinking that you just have to have a puppy, this is a great time to visit the shelter to meet Aloha, Clover, Libby, Rocco and others. Again, all spayed or neutered and all vaccinated. See them all on the The Humane Society of Western Montana website.

Open Wednesdays through Sundays, 1:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m. at 5930 Highway 93 South,

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