Cat Freed After Being Trapped In Car EngineA kitten was freed after being stuck in a car's engine for hours--even while the car's owner was driving the vehicle around Prince George's County.
Cat Stolen From Owings Mills Pet Store ReturnedBaltimore County police are investigating after a cat was stolen from an Owings Mills pet store.
Humane Society of Carroll County Takes Pet Adoption On The RoadNational figures show that of the 6-8 million animals that find their way to a shelter, only about half get adopted. Shelters are always looking for ways to get more animals into permanent homes.
Rabid Housecat Attacks Eastern Shore CamperHealth officials say a rabid housecat bit a camper at a state park in Maryland's Eastern Shore.
Feral Cat Enters Glen Burnie Elementary School, Forces Early ClosureAn Anne Arundel County school is shut down because of a feral cat on the loose.
Baltimore 500: The Race Is On To Adopt A Purrfect Pet For FreeIt’s called the Baltimore 500, but it has nothing do with auto racing. It’s all about helping animals.
Maryland SPCA Takes A Bite Out Of Pet Overpopulation With Spay & Neuter ClinicA major milestone is being marked in Baltimore, and it centers on the area's cats and dogs.
Thursday, July 4, 2013Coffee With: Brooke Burke; PAT: Dundalk Fourth Of July Parade
$5,000 Reward Being Offered In Animal Abuse CaseA reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever shot a cat.
Cat Shot With Arrow In Anne Arundel CountyA horrific case of animal abuse is under investigation in Anne Arundel County. A cat is found with an arrow lodged in its body.
Prisoner Said To Have Acquired A Cat At Guantanamo Bay As Part Of Plea DealA former Maryland resident who is detained at Guantanamo Bay seems to have acquired a cat at the isolated prison on a U.S. base in Cuba, a fellow prisoner says in a letter released Friday.
Cat Tests Positive For Rabies In Cecil CountyHealth officials in Cecil County say a cat that scratched a person in the area of Port Deposit has tested positive for rabies.