May 9, 2022  |  National Foster Care Month

How Do I Let Them Go?

By Miriam Talalay This National Foster Care Month, the MD SPCA is sharing blogs guest-written by our incredible foster parents. Thank you so much... Read more

May 2, 2022  |  Happy Tail

Chunky Monkey

Chunky Monkey was transferred to MD SPCA from another shelter in January. He was very sweet in his intake exam, purring the whole time... Read more

April 18, 2022  |  Happy Tail

Dann Mann

Dann Mann arrived at the MD SPCA in the summer of 2021 with wild good looks, energy, and… heartworms! Heartworms are a parasite carried by... Read more

April 5, 2022  |  Happy Tail


Frogger arrived at the MD SPCA severely overweight, preventing her from grooming. This caused painful mats, dermatitis, and poor hygiene that put... Read more

March 21, 2022  |  Happy Tail

Bat Girl

Bat Girl was transferred to the MD SPCA from another shelter in mid-January. Everyone immediately noticed that she was sweet, smushy, and snorting... Read more

March 7, 2022  |  Happy Tail


Pusheen has had quite a journey! Since 2017, he’s been admitted to our shelter twice (through no fault of his own). He’s a loving, happy boy who... Read more

February 21, 2022  |  Happy Tail


Snoop came to MD SPCA at 13 years old with limited vision. Our medical team determined he had a corneal ulcer and needed entropion surgery... Read more

February 8, 2022  |  Happy Tail

Kiri Kiri

This twelve-year-old torti came in with an upper respiratory infection, dirty ears, and yucky teeth. Kiri Kiri (now Peanut) recovered nicely from her... Read more

January 28, 2022  |  Press Releases

MD SPCA Receives $7,500 Grant from Petco Love

BALTIMORE, MD—The Maryland SPCA has received a $7,500 grant from Petco Love. This generous gift is saving homeless animals and finding them forever... Read more

January 24, 2022  |  Happy Tail


Max came to the MD SPCA when his owner started working longer hours and didn’t feel they could give him the attention he needed. Even at 10 years... Read more


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