As families gather around the Thanksgiving table next week, some Baltimore families are making room for more, thanks to National Adoption Day. Dozens of courts around the country are making forever homes official this weekend.
The odds of finding good homes for shelter animals are sometimes stacked against a happy ending. But there is a unique route to adoption.
The Humane Society of the United States is bringing dozens of rescued dogs from Mississippi to its headquarters near Washington for care and adoption.
If you’re looking for a furry new family member, now is a great time to adopt.
It’s called the Baltimore 500, but it has nothing do with auto racing. It’s all about helping animals.
Stray dogs from Russia are looking for new homes.
Got room for Peter Cottontail? Dozens of rabbits need homes after they’re rescued from a house fire.
It’s a new beginning for a pit bull rescued in a huge dog fighting bust. She survived horrific conditions. Now she finally meets her new family.
Dozens of Baltimore families will have new members at the table for Thanksgiving Day. This weekend, courts around the country celebrated National Adoption Day.
It’s “Adoption Day” at the D.C. Superior Court.
A new animal services facility is coming to Baltimore County. The $5 million project will be built on the 14 acres of land where the current facility is located.
The Archbishop of Baltimore will be spending part of his day blessing animals awaiting adoption.