Hurricane Irene didn’t stop the Maryland SPCA from taking great care of its four-legged residents. Aileen Gabbey, from the SPCA, told us they were able to continue spaying and neutering with the help of a small generator, while they were out of power for two days. Gabbey also said some lost pets even found their way to them after the hurricane hit.
With everything back on track, the organization continues to focus on finding homes for unwanted but wholly adorable animals.
If you’re in the market for a lovable new pet, consider two kitten brothers, Frankie and Johnnie. They are five months old, love to play together, and are hoping to be adopted together. Frankie and Johnnie are handsome, sweet, and outgoing kittens who would purr to be part of a family.
Another good-looking fellow looking for a home is Moe Moe the cat. Come on…how awesome is that name? Moe Moe is 10 years old and found himself at the MDSPCA, our donated media partner, when his owner could no longer take care of him. He’s sweet, laid-back, and very affectionate.
Dog lovers out there, please dig Sherlock. He’s been looking for a home for quite a while. Sherlock reached the MDSPCA with a mysterious wound on his back that seemed to be a burn. He was accepting and tolerant of the care it required. Now it’s completely healed. He’s an active dog ready to be adopted by an active owner who will love him, and accept enthusiastic love in return.
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