Pets of the Week at Baltimore Humane Society

This week's pets at the Baltimore Humane Society looking for their forever homes.

This week's Pets of the Week at Baltimore Humane Society are Shortcake and Heineken. Here's what they each have to say--


Hello there. My name is Shortcake and I am a two-year-old black Pit Bull Mix. I was brought to the Baltimore Humane Society from another shelter when they ran out of room and would have had to euthanize me. I am an energetic dog who loves people, running around outside, and playing with toys. My one vice is that I like chewing stuffed animals. I also like going for walks, but I need a harness since I forget how strong I am! I am able to get along with other dogs so if you have another pet, a proper introduction would be a good idea. If you want a sweet dog like me, come visit me today at the shelter! Read more about me at Mary Swift Photography’s blog. Watch me in my I Like Sticks video.


Hello. My name is Heineken and I am a two-and-a-half-year-old Torti who was found running down Nicodemus Road and into the woods. Someone ran after me for 30 minutes until he caught me and now I am at BHS hoping to find a forever home. I am SUPER sweet and talk a LOT! I love people, attention and soft cat beds. If you are looking to adopt a sweet lap cat like me then please visit BHS soon so you can meet me.

The adoption fee for Shortcake is sponsored, and $105 for Heineken. Get a free bag of starter food with your adoption!

SOS! Save our Seniors!  Want to adopt a calmer, more mature friend?  Consider one of our Senior Dogs or Cats.  Any over the age of seven have a discounted adoption fee of only $100 for dogs and $25 for cats. 

Get Your 2012 Happy Tails Calendar Today! It includes a special message from Joe Flacco! Now on sale at 20% off!  Come to the shelter to pick up your copy, call 410-833-8848 ext. 212 to order, or send a check for $12 plus $2 shipping to Calendar, 1601 Nicodemus Road, Reisterstown, MD 21136. 

The Baltimore Humane Society was founded in 1927 by Mrs. Elsie Seeger Barton.  As a privately funded non-profit organization, we receive no funding from the county, city, or federal governments, and we are not affiliated with the Humane Society of the United States or any other animal welfare organization. To support animal care operations, BHS depends on the income from fundraising events, and donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations in order to continue its day-to-day operations and properly care for the animals at the shelter.  For more information about BHS, and how you can contribute, volunteer, adopt, or foster, please visit www.bmorehumane.org or call 410-833-8848, or text the word “PAW” to 80000 to donate.

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