Pets available for adoption – week of 07/11/22 – PHOTOS – Capital Gazette

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Dottie Lottie Spottie is a sweet young pup who came to the shelter after a big surgery. In classic puppy fashion she ate something she shouldn’t have and needed to get it removed. Dottie is healing up well and she’s ready to find her new home now! She does great with kids of all ages and will be a fun addition to the family. She needs an active, athletic home to keep up with her energetic ways. (SPCA of Anne Arundel County)
Dottie Lottie Spottie – SPCA
Dottie Lottie Spottie is a sweet young pup who came to the shelter after a big surgery. In classic puppy fashion she ate something she shouldn’t have and needed to get it removed. Dottie is healing up well and she’s ready to find her new home now! She does great with kids of all ages and will be a fun addition to the family. She needs an active, athletic home to keep up with her energetic ways. (SPCA of Anne Arundel County)
Perdita – SPCA
Meet Perdita! She was transferred through several shelters before she landed here with her 9 puppies. They have all found their forever homes and now it’s mama’s turn! She’s still fairly nervous but warms up quickly and is learning how to play. She is ready for the safe and loving home she deserves. (SPCA of Anne Arundel County)
Mimosa – SPCA
Everyone loves Mimosas! Our Mimosa is sweet but not so bubbly. She is a quiet, gentle cat. She likes attention and is quite affectionate if you spend a little time with her. Mimosa is not a huge fan of other animals, but she is ready and willing to provide all the love you need. (SPCA of Anne Arundel County)
Barbie – SPCA
Beautiful Barbie is 5 years young. She is an active and adventurous cat. Barbie is independent but likes to be close by. She enjoys head rubs but is selective about being petted in other areas. If you are looking for a friend who isn’t too clingy, Barbie could be the cat for you! (SPCA of Anne Arundel County)
Rose – AACACC
Rose, black and white and her pal Honey, white with black and tan spots, are friendly adult female rabbits who were given up. They zoom around with each other and appear at least partially litter box trained. They come with all kinds of donated supplies for their new home. We have many rabbits and other little critters available for free. (Anne Arundel County Animal Care and Control)
Mew Mew – AACACC
Mew Mew, 1, is a shy, golden-eyed cat who is in a foster home. She enjoys playtime, snack time and cuddle time. “She will make a fabulous companion for a very patient adopter who will give her the time to blossom,” says her foster, who will bring her to the shelter to meet you. All of our pets are free to qualified adopters right now. (Anne Arundel County Animal Care and Control)
Big Face – AACACC
Big Face is a mastiff-type male dog, about 8 years old, who came to our shelter as a stray. Dog volunteers say he is a “very chill big guy,” gentle and good on a leash. He appears to be housebroken. Our shelter is extremely full right now with both strays and owner give-ups. If you are considering adopting a new pet, please do so now. (Anne Arundel County Animal Care and Control)
Bruno – AACACC
Bruno, 4, is an all-black long-haired German shepherd type dog. He weighs 85 pounds and did well during the staff observations that see how all available dogs do with people and other dogs in a variety of situations. Like all dogs, Bruno will be neutered, vaccinated and microchipped and is available right now at no cost to a qualified adopter. (Anne Arundel County Animal Care and Control)
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