Pets available for adoption – Saturday 01/15/24 – Capital Gazette

Help an animal find their forever home! SPCA of Anne Arundel County at 1815 Bay Ridge Ave. Located in Annapolis. The shelter’s dog room and cat room are open to the public for walk-through visits from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and later on Wednesdays from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Our sanctuary is closed to the public on Mondays. Please see our full list of adoptable animals on our website where you can see each animal’s profile and location to ensure they are in the dog room or cat room. Meet and Greet appointments are scheduled by invitation only after your application has been submitted and processed. Applications are submitted online through our website. Many other small animals and many cats can be found at Paws at the Annapolis Mall (also closed on Mondays)!

Darla is a petite mother cat who has raised her kittens in a loving foster home. Her quiet meow and high pitched voice will warm your heart. He likes to look out the window, play with stick toys and scratch cardboard scratchers. Her foster said Darla is gentle with children and has excellent litter box habits. She is a beautiful cat inside and out!
Meet Coca!  This sweet, gray kitty was transferred to us from another shelter.  We don't know much about her past but her future sure looks bright!  Kooka warms up quickly to food and toys and is very affectionate.  Quokka would appreciate a quiet home, and maybe another cat friend to help show him the ropes?
Meet Coca! This sweet, gray kitty was transferred to us from another shelter. We don’t know much about her past but her future sure looks bright! Kooka warms up quickly to food and toys and is very affectionate. Quokka would appreciate a quiet home, and maybe another cat friend to help show him the ropes?
Slurpee is a cute young cat.  He is the last of his litter still looking for his forever home.  Slurpee is a gentle spirit.  She doesn't mind other cats but gets overwhelmed if they are too rude.  She may be shy at first meeting, but if you offer her hand rubs and rolls for attention.  Slurpee is currently roaming Paws at the Mall.  Stop by and say hello today!
Slurpee is a cute young cat. He is the last of his litter still looking for his forever home. Slurpee is a gentle spirit. She doesn’t mind other cats but gets overwhelmed if they are too aggressive. She may be shy on a first date, but if you offer hand rubs and rolls to get her attention. Slurpee is currently roaming Paws at the Mall. Stop by and say hello today!
Cody is said to be very smart, curious and inquisitive.  Cody is deeply attached to his person.  He loves lap time and belly rubs.  He enjoys taking walks together.  He gets along with other dogs on a case by case basis, requiring a scheduled introduction to ensure they are a good match.  Cody is not in the main dog room so please inquire or apply online to meet him!
Cody is said to be very smart, curious and inquisitive. Cody is deeply attached to his person. He loves lap time and belly rubs. He enjoys taking walks together. He gets along with other dogs on a case-by-case basis, requiring a scheduled introduction to ensure they are a good match. Cody is not in the main dog room so please inquire or apply online to meet him!

Give a friend a forever home. Anne Arundel County Animal Care and Control is located in Millersville, 411 Maxwell Fry Road, in the police and fire headquarters complex off Interstate 97 and is open Tuesday, Thursday, 10 a.m. to view and adopt your dogs, cats and other pets. Open till 3 pm. Fridays and Saturdays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Adoption fees are $17 for dogs and $14 for small cats, including spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations and a microchip. Older cats and other pets such as guinea pigs and rabbits are free for qualified adopters. Simple shelter adoption requirements are on the Anne Arundel Animal Care & Control website under “Adopt a Pet.” See “Animals at Our Shelter” for pictures of pets.

Jumping Jacks, an 8-month-old male rabbit, is one of more than a dozen adoptable rabbits at our shelter (or shelter foster homes) -- and the number is growing, as some of those rabbits were pregnant. When they came and are now.  Having children Yes!  Jumping Jacks wants you to know that he has nothing to do with this dilemma, because he was left as a lonely rabbit.  (Courtesy of AACACC)
Jumping Jacks, an 8-month-old male rabbit, is one of more than a dozen adoptable rabbits at our shelter (or at shelter foster homes) – and the number is growing, as some of these rabbits were pregnant when They had arrived and are happening now. Baby yes! Jumping Jacks wants you to know that he has nothing to do with this dilemma, because he was left as a lonely rabbit. (Courtesy of AACACC)
Amaryllis is a gray and white guinea pig fluffball who is only 5 months old.  A volunteer says she loves her fruits and vegetables and seems quieter than many guinea pigs, making only a few sounds.  Also unlike most guinea pigs, she may prefer to be by herself: when a volunteer tried to reunite Amaryllis with her sister, the two females began pulling at each other's fur.  (Courtesy of AACACC)
Amaryllis is a gray and white guinea pig fluffball who is only 5 months old. A volunteer says she loves her fruits and vegetables and seems quieter than many guinea pigs, making only a few sounds. Also unlike most guinea pigs, she may prefer to be by herself: when a volunteer tried to reunite Amaryllis with her sister, the two females began pulling at each other’s fur. (Courtesy of AACACC)
Bambi is a 5 pound rabbit who was found as a stray and brought to us on January 6th.  Bambi is looking for a new home with someone who either has rabbit experience or is willing to thoroughly research his housing, food and social needs.  She is an adult of uncertain age;  With good care, rabbits can live up to 8 years or more.  (Courtesy of AACACC)
Bambi is a 5 pound rabbit who was found as a stray and brought to us on January 6th. Bambi is looking for a new home with someone who either has rabbit experience or is willing to thoroughly research his housing, food and social needs. She is an adult of uncertain age; With good care, rabbits can live up to 8 years or more. (Courtesy of AACACC)
Oatmeal, like almost all of our rabbits, is a young adult who was abandoned by someone who either couldn't or wouldn't commit to caring for him for the rest of his life.  beautiful "The critics" Like rabbits and guinea pigs (we have them too) sadly, they are often bought on impulse.  All of our critters are free to qualified adopters willing to commit to caring for them for life.  (Courtesy of AACACC)
Oatmeal, like almost all of our rabbits, is a young adult who was abandoned by someone who either couldn’t or wouldn’t commit to caring for him for the rest of his life. Beloved “critters” like rabbits and guinea pigs (we have them too) are sadly often oversold. All of our critters are free to qualified adopters willing to commit to caring for them for life. (Courtesy of AACACC)

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