Tag: cat adoption

Canines Shine at Baltimore Humane Society Dog Wash

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Photo via Baltimore Humane Society

On Saturday, August 9, Baltimore’s dogs will smell like roses!  Baltimore Humane Society is holding a dog wash!  Anyone is welcome to bring their dog for a thorough cleaning.  The fee for each dog’s shampoo will help the no-kill shelter raise much needed money for their Yukon Medical Fund, a special fund which helps the homeless shelter animals get much needed medical care.

As a no-kill shelter, Baltimore Humane Society’s policy is to give the medical treatment necessary that homeless animals need to live a happy, full life rather than euthanize them.  But the cost of these medical procedures can add up quickly and place a huge financial burden on an already strained budget. Because Baltimore Humane Society receives no operational funding from the government or national humane societies the Yukon Medical Fund was created.

66 Dogs Project Features Two Baltimore Humane Society Dogs

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Two dogs at Baltimore Humane Society, Kana, a seven year old Canaan mix, and Sophia, a two-year old Pharoah Hound Mix, are both part of the 66 Dogs Project, a national art campaign to encourage homeless dog adoption into permanent, loving homes.  Jenny Williams, a Colorado-based artist started the 66 Dogs Project, which consists of portraits of 66 dogs up for adoption that may be overlooked.

MDSPCA Weekly Pet Adoption: Enter the “Matrix”

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As told to Vincent Jennings, MDSPCA adoption counselor

“Hi hi hi! My friends at the Maryland SPCA call me Matrix. I’m a fun loving, active, and very curious kitten looking for a new home to explore and call my own. Please visit me at the Maryland SPCA adoption center and take me home today.”

Matrix, 2 1/2 months old, neutered male, 2 1/2 lbs., Orange Tabby, American Domestic Short Hair

Contact the MDSPCA for the latest information.

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

 

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.

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