Kids from around Great Falls are learning more about their furry friends at the Maclean Adoption Center's Kids' Fall Camp.
The event allows attendees to explore areas in animal health through projects and guest speakers.
More than 60 children are participating in the camp.
Attendees learned about guide dogs on Thursday and also had the chance to make crafts such as homemade cat toys and cat collages.
One camper has participated in Maclean's camps each year and he enjoys playing with the animals and learning about their teeth.
"We got to look at cat's teeth to make sure they're good and ready to get out for adoption," Jacksin Graves said.
Campers will get the chance to learn first-hand what it's like to take care of a pet as they get to adopt a shelter cat for the day on Tuesday, which is the last day of camp.
The Maclean facility is located at 900 25th Avenue NE. Click here to visit the website.