An animal shelter that rescues and re-homes cats in and around Baltimore is in hot water after animal control officers seized nearly 100 cats from its facility in Allegany County.
Bobcats are a known species in western parts of Maryland, but we could soon be seeing some of the North American wildcats here in Baltimore.
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.
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.
Hello there! I’m Bru, a big handsome boy looking for that special someone. I enjoy brisk strolls in the sun, rolling in the grass, and playing a game of tug or fetch. I also like belly rubs, booty scratches, and snuggling on the sofa. I’m a pretty smart guy…did I mention I can sit, lay down, and give BOTH paws? I’d love to learn some new things too!! Now I’ll be honest, sometimes I get excited and forget my manners, but I’m a really good listener… especially when treats are involved. I’m looking for someone to be patient (it is a virtue, after all) and understanding; someone who is interested in a committed relationship. I’m looking for my forever home. Could it be with you? I’m a staff favorite…stop by for a visit and see why!!
Hey, I’m Sammy, a four year old English Springer Spaniel/Beagle mix who will make a great and loyal companion for someone who wants to adopt me!! In one of my previous foster homes I lived with cats and a dog. I seem to ignore the cats and did well with the dog (we tolerate each other happily:) I enjoy being outside and going for walks and really enjoy getting my back scratched. If you are interested in meeting me, please visit BHS soon. I am super sweet and hope to meet you very soon!
WJZ reports that Baltimore City Animal Control had to rescue 35 cats from Charm City Animal Rescue on Hudson Street in Canton due to unsanitary conditions. After “numerous complaints,” Animal Control got a warrant to search the facility and found “a strong smell of animal waste, unclean litter boxes and more than a dozen sick cats.”
Charm City Animal Rescue’s Web site (as well as its Facebook page) still advises people looking to adopt animals that the organization “currently [does] not have a facility,” but according to a poorly formatted Web page at Baltimore Guide, CCAR did in fact begin leasing a facility on the 2800 block of Hudson Street in February of this year to serve as an “outgoing only” cat adoption facility. Seeing as it’s not yet May, it seems that things went South rather quickly.
Hey there, I’m Carol and very happy to meet you. I’m your typical border collie who is full of life and energy! I am a very happy and loving girl who would make a great companion for someone.
I love people and would really enjoy running around and playing with my new family. I love to give people hugs, so if you need a hug from a wonderful dog today then come visit me! I’ll be waiting.
Are you looking for someone to “jazz” up your life? Well here I am! My name is Jazz and I am a playful boy in need of a forever home.
I really enjoy cuddle time and giving kisses. I am quite the gentleman, if I do say so myself. I walk really well on a leash and even know some commands if you give me a crunchy treat! My favorite thing is to get rubs. I love a good scratch. If you want a fun loving boy that will keep you entertained, stop in and say hello!