Mango The Cat Is Up For Adoption At The MDSPCAMango is a lovely 3-year-old cat looking for her fur-ever home! She's still learning how to love and you may need to work with her, but after some time she will warm up to her new family. You can find Mango at the MDSPCA.
Maple The Cat Is Up For Adoption At The MDSPCAMaple the 5-month-old tortoise shell cat looking for someone to adopt her from the Maryland SPCA.
Meet Jack The Amazing Cat! He's Up For Adoption At The Maryland SPCAMeet the amazing Jack!! This lovable cat has been at the Maryland SPCA for 327 days and counting.
Duncan The Cat Is Up For Adoption At The MDSPCAMeet Duncan! This 3-year-old boy is looking for a loving home that will keep him indoors with no other cats. He is very sweet, with a “medium” energy level.
BARCS Rescues More Than 130 Cats From Elderly Woman's Baltimore HomeBARCS Animal Shelter is in the process of rescuing more than 130 cats from an elderly woman's home.
People May Be Able To Spread Coronavirus To Pets, Maryland Vet SaysMore research is needed, though, to determine how animals are affected by COVID-19 and if they may play a role in spreading the virus.
Cats May Get Coronavirus, But Experts Say It's Nothing To Worry AboutOur furry feline friends appear to be susceptible to catching Covid-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus called SARS-CoV-2.
BARCS Waiving Adoption Fees For Dogs, Cats Ahead Of MoveAhead of their move, BARCS is waiving adoption fees for all cats and dogs at their Stockholm Street location.
Md. Lawmakers Consider Bill Making Declawing Cats IllegalState lawmakers are considering legislation that would make it illegal for veterinarians to declaw cats except under certain circumstances.
Yes, Cats Really Do Bond With People, Study Says, Even If They Don't Always Show ItSome cats may seem a little more aloof than dogs, but they respond to the people they've bonded with in a similar way, according to a new study.
Back-To-School Season Can Be Stressful For Pets. A Vet Shares How You Can Help Your Furry Friends Feel BetterThe back-to-school season can be a big adjustment for students of all ages and their families, but it's not just humans that can suffer the blues.