December 27, 2022  |  Happy Tail


Ivory came to the MD SPCA as a stray in Baltimore City. The exam team immediately noticed that this total sweetie was deaf and covered in abnormal... Read more

December 19, 2022  |  Happy Tail

Darwin & Sweet Caroline

Sweet Caroline arrived at the MD SPCA in pain and afraid. She had road rash on her feet and cowered in her kennel. Darwin wandered onto our... Read more

December 12, 2022  |  Happy Tail


Lemon has an iconic face. This sweet, frowning senior came to the MD SPCA with a handful of medical issues. At first, this beautiful boy looked like... Read more

September 27, 2022  |  Happy Tail


Oreo the 17-year-old cat came to the MD SPCA when her family was moving out of the country. Our experiences with her confirmed the notes from her... Read more

August 30, 2022  |  Happy Tail


Join the MD SPCA's Festival for the Animals to save pets like Kingston! Sign up at Read more

August 30, 2022  |  Happy Tail

Pool Party

Young, fun Pool Party came to MD SPCA from another shelter in need of hip surgery. We’re unsure how she came to need this surgery... Read more

August 16, 2022  |  Happy Tail


An act of kindness can save a life. Roxy (then Dreamy) was found limping on the street in Baltimore City on a cold spring evening... Read more

August 8, 2022  |  Happy Tail

Max Powers

Five-year-old Max Powers had quite the journey! He arrived at the MD SPCA suffering from Intervertebral Disc Disease. MD SPCA staff and Max’s... Read more

July 26, 2022  |  Press Releases

Maryland SPCA Receives $75,000 Grant from PetSmart Charities® for Exciting New Program to Help Baltimore Families Keep Their Pets

BALTIMORE, MD—The Maryland SPCA has received a $75,000 grant from PetSmart Charities to build an extensive program to help Baltimore families keep... Read more

July 25, 2022  |  Happy Tail


Tiny Gigi and her litter were just one week old when they arrived at MD SPCA nursing on their momma. The whole family went to an experienced foster... Read more


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