Two seals that the National Aquarium staff helped rescue from harm’s way earlier this year are now happily swimming back in the open ocean.
Tag: animal rescue
Six weeks since he was first whisked away to Baltimore from a muddy stretch of an inland Delaware river, Phil the harbor seal is showing signs of improvement.
A harbor seal that now goes by Phil is being nursed back to full health at the National Aquarium after being found stranded in a river in Delaware.
Some more shelled critters are taking refuge at the National Aquarium. This time, many of them are of the endangered variety. And judging by their newly given names, they may also possess magical abilities.
The National Aquarium’s many marine dwellers in the Inner Harbor will soon have some new digs for when they need to go for a check-up.
Please 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.
Monday & Tuesday 2:30 pm – 6:15 pm
Wednesday – Friday 12:00 pm – 4:45 pm
Saturday & Sunday 11:00 am – 3:45 pm
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Will Rogers said, “If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went.” Not a bad idea. Surely any doggie afterlife is full of play and enthusiastic affection; and it’s probably a place where all food tastes good. Plus, we feel such kinship with our furry friends that the idea of being eternally separated from our canine companions is just too much to bear. After all, no matter how long or hard your day, no matter how bad of a mood you are in, your dog is there to comfort you—not a care in the world. So why not give back a little bit to the species that gives us so much? Take Fido out for a stroll this weekend with Strut Your Mutt—you’ll both have a good time, and you’ll be helping support animal rescue, too.
Ugh, this story makes my blood boil: earlier this week, a woman in Anne Arundel county noticed that the stray cat she’d been feeding over the past year had been shot with an arrow. Yes, you heard me right: someone took a bow and arrow, aimed at a fluffy orange tabby, and let fire.
Once in a while Harford County Volunteer Firefighters get a frantic request from a resident whose cat is stuck up a tree or trapped in a gutter, and they’re happy to rescue the terrified pet, according to Lieutenant Volunteer Firefighter John Terrell, 30. But it’s a much rarer moment when a 9-1-1 call comes through like the one the Joppa-Magnolia Volunteer Fire Station received around 10 Tuesday night from a development in Edgewood: Help! Wild baby fox trapped at the bottom of a storm drain.