PO Box 178
Monkton, MD 21111
3/8/2014 6:29 PM
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Gulliver is looking for his forever home. He's a sweet, sweet cuddly love bug. Gulliver is about two years old and housebroken. If you are interested in adopting Gulliver, or even fostering him, please call 410-627-6563.
Bucko was found in a dangerous part of the city where dogs were killing cats and people were firebombing the garage where he was hiding. He was rescued and taken to a vet where he was neutered and examined. He was found to be healthy except for testing FIV+. The vet's office agreed to keep him for 10 days while his rescuer tries to find him a home. FIV+ cats can live long and happy lives. Please help us find him a home as an only cat or as a companion to another FIV+ cat. If you are interested in adopting/fostering Bucko, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We'd like to thank everyone who supported our Party for Pet Rescue and made it a sell-out success.
To browse the photo gallery of our Party for Pet Rescue, click on the photo.
HOW DO I MEET YOUR ANIMALS?
We show dogs on Saturdays at the Timonium Petco from 2:30-5. If you are interested in meeting one of our dogs, please send an e-mail to email@example.com with the dog's name in the subject. We will ask the foster to please bring the dog. Sometimes, a foster is unable to attend the event, so please check the animal's web page on Saturday morning to see if he/she will be there.
You can see some of our cats in the cages at the Timonium Petco during Petco's normal business hours. If you see a cat you would like to adopt, you can complete an application and leave it in the completed applications box at Petco. After our adoption coordinator reviews your application, we will make arrangements for you to come back to Petco when one of our volunteers is there so you can interact with the cat.
Find out what makes us different here.
Pet Rescue of Maryland is a non-profit animal rescue dedicated to saving the lives of dogs, cats, kittens and puppies. We are staffed only by volunteers and rely on the kindness of our community to financially support our efforts. We do not have a central shelter. All of our animals are fostered in our homes as if they were our pets. This allows us to assess each animal and help find the home that best fits with their needs. We treat each animal as if they are part of our family until they become part of yours.
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