A Lewistown woman must find a new home under her plea deal in an animal cruelty case involving more than 80 cats.
Most pet owners know how to care for their animals in the home, but what about when they’re on the road?
Armed with search warrants earlier this month, Animal Control officers removed some 150 cats from a house in Thurmont, Frederick County. Sixty-eight of them were dead.
Frederick County authorities say they’ve removed 82 cats from a Thurmont home with help from a hazardous-materials team.
It’s a question a lot of people are asking after Tuesday’s earthquake. Did many animals know it was about to happen?
Across the country, animal shelters are looking for a suspected cat killer living right here in Baltimore. They say he’s responsible for the deaths of five cats and kittens.
Officials say about 20 cats died excruciating deaths when they were poisoned recently at Constitution Park.
Get your engines set for the Baltimore 500. It’s not a car race, but rather a race to adopt out at least 500 cats this month.
Authorities say a researcher at the National Zoo in Washington has been charged with attempted animal cruelty.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is showing his love for animals. He is helping to keep a shelter in Baltimore open.
The Maryland SPCA uses donations for a state-of-the-art building upgrade.
There are dozens and dozens of cats, and a woman who can no longer care for them. Now there are efforts to save their lives.