Dogs are once again adoptable at BARCS in South Baltimore, with more than 100 canines having now received the all-clear from staff.
In a reminder of the tragic cruelty that humans are capable of, someone shot a pit bull in the leg and left it to die on the side of the interstate in Baltimore earlier this week.
The BARCS animal shelter in South Baltimore may be moving to make way for a new private development.
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.
To save lives and find homes for hundreds of abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens in the community, the Baltimore Animal Welfare Alliance (BAWA) is holding its eighth annual Baltimore 500: A Race to Save Lives adoption promotion. During the month of June, national Adopt-A-Cat month, Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS), Baltimore Humane Society, and the Maryland SPCA—all members of BAWA—are waiving their adoption fees for cats and kittens.