Hi, I'm Tootie, a 3-year-old purebred Pekingese and a total cuddle bug who is looking for her forever home. Once I warm up to you, I enjoy being carried and getting belly rubs. I'm a pretty laid-back lady who just needs a lap to snuggle in. Come out and visit with me, maybe you can be my new forever family!
Baltimore Humane Society
Be sure to check with the shelter to verify that this pet is still available.
(Courtesy of Baltimore Humane Society, Handout photo /July 9, 2014)
It's high cat season in Baltimore-area shelters, and their kitty condos are bursting at the seams with friendly felines who need homes. If you've been thinking of adding a sweet cat to your family, this weekend is your big chance: the Maryland SPCA is waiving all adoption fees this Saturday and Sunday.
All cats and kittens will be spayed/neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations. Regular adoption procedures apply, as does a $17 Pet ID package fee, which includes collar, ID tag, Baltimore City license, and microchip.
MD SPCA staff say they'll have more than 60 kittens and cats ready for their forever homes this weekend, including Lucky (pictured).
To meet your new best friend and save money in the process, visit the shelter at 3300 Falls Road, Baltimore. For more information, visit mdspca.org or call 410.235.8826.
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