Maryland comes together for the first time to help adopt out 2,000+ cats
These cats need homes!
Shelters across the country are always overrun with animals in need of homes, and this is especially true of cats.
This year, BAWA members Baltimore Humane Society, Baltimore County Animal Services, BARCS and the Maryland SPCA have taken their efforts statewide by inviting Maryland shelters to participate in the first-ever Maryland 2,000 Saving Lives Across Maryland adoption event.
Beginning July 1st through July 31st, BAWA Shelters along with the following animal shelters in Maryland will be waiving adoption fees for felines with the collective goal of finding homes for at least 2,000 unwanted cats and kittens across the state:
Animal Welfare League of Queen Anne’s County, Anne Arundel County Animal Control, Baltimore County Animal Services, Baltimore County Humane Society, BARCS, Caroline County Humane Society, Cecil County Animal Services, City of College Park Animal Control, Frederick County Div. of Animal Control & Pet Adoption, Howard County Animal Control & Adoption Center, Humane Society of Carroll County, Humane Society of Harford County, Humane Society of Washington County, Talbot Humane Society, and Tri County Animal Shelter.
Cats of all ages and personalities will be available for adoption, including kittens.
Regular adoption procedures apply!
Cat Hospital At Towson (CHAT) will provide swag bags and a free cat exam certificate for adopters who adopt from one of the four BAWA shelters.
So, if you're looking for cats that need a home, Maryland is the place to be in the month of July.
Also, please remember to spay/neuter your pets!
You can also follow the event on Facebook!
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