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Editor’s Note: If you’re looking to adopt a cat or kitten in Eastern Baltimore County this month, you’re in luck. The Maryland SPCA will offer free cat and kitten adoptions in July. Learn more by reading this from the animal welfare group:

Last July, animal shelters across Maryland found homes for 2,590 cats and kittens. The Maryland SPCA was proud to participate in the Maryland 2,000 with our Baltimore Animal Welfare Alliance (BAWA) partners, Baltimore County Animal Services, Baltimore Humane Society and BARCS.

We’re excited to team up with 20 other Maryland shelters this July to save even more lives. This is the busiest time of the year when our shelters are full of kittens and adult cats.

Beginning July 1 and continuing through July 31, the MD SPCA, along with the following animal shelters, will be waiving adoption fees for felines with the collective goal of finding homes for at least 2,000 unwanted cats and kittens:

Animal Welfare League of Queen Anne’s County, Anne Arundel County Animal Care & Control, Baltimore County Animal Services, Baltimore Humane Society, BARCS, Caroline County Humane Society, Cecil County Animal Services, City of College Park Animal Control, Frederick County Division of Animal Control & Adoptions, Howard County Animal Control & Adoption Center, Humane Society of Carroll County, Humane Society of Harford County, Humane Society of Washington County, Linda L. Kelley Animal Shelter, Montgomery County Animal Services & Adoption Center, Prince George’s County Animal Services Division, Talbot Humane, The Animal Care Shelter for Kent County, Tri-County Animal Shelter and Wicomico County Humane Society.

Whether you’re looking to adopt your first cat or are ready to add a second feline to your family, our adoption counselors are here to help you find your purr-fect match. We have cats of all ages and personalities looking for forever homes, including kittens.

Regular adoption procedures still apply.

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