Tag: adoption

Pets of the Week: Zeus and Lincoln

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Lincoln the cat. Photo via Baltimore Humane Society.

Meet Lincoln and Zeus, both available for adoption at the Baltimore Humane Society.

Pets of the Week: Garrett and Frizzle

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Garrett the cat, via Baltimore Humane Society.

Meet Garrett the cat and Frizzle the dog, both of whom are seeking new homes.

Lutherville’s Wee Chic to Host ‘Storytime with the Softies’ Adoption Event and Benefit

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Ryan Jensen, #66, Center, Baltimore Ravens

Next month, kids will get a chance to show their soft side and meet some furry friends at Wee Chic’s “Storytime with the Softies” adoption and benefit event.

A Co-Working Cat Café is in the Works at Whitehall Mill

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Cats sitting in a cat café in South Korea. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.

Cat-loving telecommuters and entrepreneurs will be excited about this one: Baltimore is set to get its very own cat café in the recently restored Whitehall Mill development near Hampden and Woodberry.

Baltimore County Shelter Waiving Adoption Fees for Black and Orange Cats

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Courtesy Baltimore County Animal Services
Courtesy Baltimore County Animal Services

Black cats are a fitting addition to any home come Halloween. And more importantly, many of them also make great pets, especially when they’re in need of a family. For two more days, all black and orange cats being housed at the Baltimore County Animal Shelter are available for adoption at no cost.

Meet Layla and Kenny: Baltimore Humane Society’s Pets of the Week

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Layla

Are you looking for a playful and social girl to join your family? Well then, I think I am the perfect match for you! My name is Layla and I am a bundle of energy who loves to give kisses. I have a happy-go-lucky personality and enjoy playing, spending time with people, and snuggling on couches. In my previous home I lived with children and other dogs! Stop by BHS and meet with me. I hope to see you soon!

Adopt-a-Pet: Baltimore Humane Society’s Pets of the Week

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Pluto

Hello! My name is Pluto. Once I thought I was in a forever home, but I was brought to BHS because my previous guardians moved away and didn’t take me with them. Even so, I am an extremely happy, energetic and fun loving guy who enjoys people. I lived with young children in my previous home. I love them so much, I may try to jump or sit on them (whoops!), but just nicely tell me “no” and I will stop. Although I have a lot of energy, I am still a lap dog at heart. I would love to sit with my new family and watch TV together! My back left leg was broken at some point and because it was not fixed, I hold it up a lot. I may have been abused in a previous home, but we are not entirely sure. In any case, this does NOT slow me down at all. I’ve also been injured by a couple other dogs, so I am understandably “dog selective.” If you have another dog, the staff can just schedule a meet-and-greet between us to see how we get along. Please consider adding me to your family! I truly believe I am a great family dog. Let me show you a lifetime of love that is out of this world!

Adopt a Pet: Baltimore Humane Society’s Pets of the Week

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Hi, there! My name is Little Mama. One day I walked into a nice lady’s yard with a big rope tied around my neck. You could tell that I had just given birth, but unfortunately, my puppies weren’t found. Nobody knows much about my past, but I was pretty scared at first; and sometimes I’m still a bit timid with some of the men I come in contact with. However, I continue to relax day by day, and I really enjoy going for long walks and playing with the staff members here in our play room! I chase Little Mama tennis balls, and my favorite toys are squeaky toys. I’m a really active girl and am working on basic manners; I’d love to show off some of my skills, and continue lessons with my new family! No one is quite sure how I might interact with other dogs so if you have another dog, the staff would schedule a meet-and-greet between us to see if we’ll get along. Sometimes I can get a bit over-stimulated, which can cause me to be a little mouthy at times; so if you have children, it would probably be best if they’re eight years or older. I’m a good girl in need of a loving, safe forever home. In return, I’ll give you a lifetime of love and affection! I can’t wait for us to begin our happy ever after!

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