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Your donation helps homeless pets like Caboose who Baltimore Humane Society rescued from another shelter where he had been housed for 5 long years.  Or Brennan and Dale who came to us in horrible, emaciated condition. Then there's Oliver, a sweet cat whose only crime is that he is diabetic and needs daily insulin injections.  


Drawing will be held on September 8th, 2017

1
$10

1 Ticket

2
$20

2 Tickets

2 Tickets

5
$45

5 Tickets

5 Tickets

10
$85

10 Tickets

10 Tickets

15
$125

15 Tickets

15 Tickets

25
$180

25 Tickets

25 Tickets

54
$360

54 Tickets

54 Tickets

Baltimore Humane Society, founded in 1927 was established to protect, save, and care for abused, neglected, and homeless animals like these.

We are an independent, non-profit, no-kill animal shelter in Reisterstown and offer low cost veterinary care so that those who cannot afford regular vet care can still keep their pets.  Our pet cemetery is a beautiful resting place for pets and offers free grief support services. We are a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and receive no operational funding from the local or federal governments, or any national animal welfare organizations. It is through supporters like you that we are able to keep our doors open.  

Some of our many programs for the community include: educational programs to school age children, Pets for Patriots, Free Adoption for First Responders, Bmore Kind Pet Food Bank, Read to the Animals, animal visits to Stella Maris long term care residents, and free pet adoption for first responders.  Popular events include DogFest Walk & Festival, Black Tie & Tails, Pet Memorial Sunday, Easter Eggstravaganza, and Holiday Open House.  

Our facility strives to be known as a place of care and enrichment to the animals we house.  Staff trainers, agility courses, play yards, a sand pit, and swimming pool are all part of our facility.  Our cats have cat communal rooms and state of the art cat "condos."  The adoption fee at Baltimore Humane Society always includes all vaccinations, spay/neuter, and a microchip.