Tag: animal adoption

Ravens Tackle Adopts “Not-So-Adoptable” Dog

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Photo via BARCS
Photo via BARCS

Let’s say you’re in the market for a dog. No one would blame you for seeking out the cutest one you could find–probably an adorably bouncy puppy who’s extremely excited about life. But that’s exactly what Ravens offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley didn’t do.

Pets of the Week: Wilma and Bryssa

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WilmaHey world, I’m Wilma, a ball of puppy energy!

Homeless Animals Star in Baltimore Shakespeare Productions

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If you go see Baltimore Shakespeare Factory‘s production of Richard III this week, keep an eye out for the handsome pit bull/terrier mix in a supporting role as Richard’s pet. That’s Jazz, and he’s looking for a home.

MD SPCA Pet of the Week: Cee Cee, 2YO Lab

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Ceecee labrador retriever

Please say hello to…

CeeCee, 2 years old, spayed female, 69 lbs., Labrador Retriever

MD SPCA Weekly Pet Adoption: Her Name is Rio

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#87745 Rio

Please say hello to…

Rio, 10 years old, spayed female, 64 lbs, American Bulldog                                                                               

Hi everyone! I’m a cute, easy going, older dog who’s in need of a new home. I’m quite the affectionate gal who loves to cuddle. Oh…I’m housebroken and I totally know “SIT,” “STAY,” and “COME.” Please visit me at the Maryland SPCA and take me home with you today.

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www.mdspca.org

Register now for the 2014 March for the Animals on Sunday, April 27, and help us save lives! Don’t miss this exciting day of contests, demonstrations, vendors, entertainment and a 1.5-mile walk around the lake at Druid Hill Park to benefit the MD SPCA.  It’s our biggest, most important fundraiser of the year.  Register at www.marchfortheanimals.org.

No national organization supports our operations, and we receive no government funds. We depend upon local donations to make a difference in the lives of animals.

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

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Kayla

Hi there. I’m Kayla and I came here from another shelter. I’m an active, happy girl who likes going for long walks and playing with stuffed animals, tennis balls, Kongs, and nyla bones. Sometimes I get excited while walking, especially if I see another dog I’d like to meet. In my excitement to play I may also jump a bit and try to grab your hands. In my world, it’s always play time!

If you have other animals, I can be cat tested or have a dog intro to make sure everyone gets along. If you are interested in me please come to BHS soon. Did you see my picture?? How can you resist my beautiful eyes?? 

MD SPCA Weekly Pet Adoption: Katie the Beagle

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#84172 KatiePlease say hello to…

Katie, 1 year old, spayed female, 41 lbs., Beagle mix

Hi everybody! If you’re looking for a sweet fun loving young hound, then I’m the girl for you. I totally love to take long walks on leash and play games whenever possible. I will keep you company whenever you need. Please visit me at the Maryland SPCA adoption center and let’s go home together today.

Visitation Hours:

Monday & Tuesday 2:30 pm – 6:15 pm

Wednesday – Friday 12:00 pm – 4:45 pm

Saturday & Sunday 11:00 am – 3:45 pm

The Maryland SPCA receives no funding from the government or ASPCA.  We rely on donations to help pets and people in our community.  Your support saves lives! Visit www.mdspca.org.

Help Save Hundreds of Cats with Baltimore 500

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Pickles

If you’ve always wanted a cat, (and who hasn’t??) now is the time to get one.

To save lives and find homes for hundreds of abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens in Baltimore, the Baltimore Animal Welfare Alliance is holding its fifth annual Baltimore 500: A Race to Save Lives promotion.

During the month of June, national Adopt-A-Cat month, the Maryland SPCA, Baltimore Humane Society and Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter—all members of BAWA—will waive adoption fees for cats and kittens.

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Buddy

“We are now in ‘kitten season’ when there is a surge of adorable, unwanted kittens entering animal shelters that are already full with cats needing homes,” said Aileen Gabbey, Executive Director of the MD SPCA.  “Our goal is to find forever homes for at least 500 homeless cats and kittens in our shelters throughout June, so we encourage people to consider adopting their first cat or adding to their family.”

Pet Adoption: Baltimore Human Society’s Pets of the Week

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Evie

Evie

Hello! My name is Evie, and this is actually my second time through BHS. You see, I was actually adopted, but recently returned because my previous home just wasn’t the best fit for me; the people lacked the time and space that I needed. They did have a trainer come out to work with me, and all of that information is available. I am a good dog who loves people. I enjoy going for walks, but need to wear a harness and be walked by people who can handle how strong I am. I also love having my tummy rubbed and getting lots of attention! I’m not really nuts about other dogs, so I prefer to be the only dog in your life. What can I say -I just want you all to myself! I, like lots of dogs, am possessive of my food while eating, so for this reason it is necessary for me to be in a home where the kids are at least 12 years old and can understand not to bother me at mealtime. I’m a sweet girl who just really wants to find a cat-free forever home! If you have experience with larger, stronger dogs such as Rottweilers, all the better! Think you could be the one for me? Please stop by soon! I can’t wait to meet you!

Pet Adoption: Baltimore Humane Society’s Pets of the Week

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Hi there! My name is Aurora. I was brought to BHS because my owner was going to be evicted if she kept me. Can you imagine? A sweet little thing like me?! I have been here since May 2011, the dog that’s been here the longest. It’s probably because I like taking my time getting to know people. I’m a bit scared of men –especially loud men — and I may growl a little until I learn to trust you; please don’t take it personally! I’d also like to be the queen of the castle so if you already have a dog or children, your home may not be the best fit for me. I’ve been working really hard on tricks like “sit,” “shake,” and more! I’d love to show them off for you. Let’s meet outside of the kennel where I can show you. My biggest hope is to find a forever home with someone who will be patient, calm, understanding, and love me as much as the staff here does! My name means “dawn;” let me light up your life! Please come and meet me to see what a sweet dog I really am!

*My adoption fee has been sponsored– I’m free!*

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