The feral cat that shut down an Anne Arundel County School on Friday has been caught.
An Anne Arundel County school is shut down because of a feral cat on the loose.
It’s an incredible case of animal hoarding in a Charles Village neighborhood. More than 30 animals are now in Animal Control’s custody after they were found thin and matted inside of a two-story home.
Officers from the Northern District have cited an Owings man for leaving his dog unattended in a hot vehicle.
The Howard County Animal Control shelter will be closed until June 19 due to an outbreak of ringworm. No adoptions will occur during the shutdown.
A pair of pit bulls attacked an 11-year-old boy in East Baltimore but a passing policeman intervened and shot both dogs to save him.
A runaway goat on the loose for days is now with Carroll County Animal Control. Several sightings sparked a countywide search for the goat.
A wayward goat is captured safe and sound in Carroll County.
A small dog is recovering in the hospital after being attacked by the neighbor’s American bulldog. According to the owners, it’s the third time the dog has attacked their pet.
Worcester County health officials say a family dog in Snow Hill has tested positive for rabies.
A toddler is hospitalized after a neighbor’s dog bit off a portion of his nose.
Dangerous dogs on the loose, dog attacks and animal abuse. Baltimore’s Animal Control officers–overwhelmed by a flood of recent calls. Now police vow to take action in those cases.