Campaign aims to have 500 cats adopted in June

Posted at 7:05 PM, Jun 16, 2016

Baltimore 500: A Race to Save Lives, aims to give homes to at least 500 unwanted cats or kittens during the month of June.

 Last year, 805 cats and kittens were adopted. Since its introduction in 2009, Baltimore 500 has seen 4,695 adoptions.

Participating members include Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter, Baltimore Humane Society, the Maryland SPCA, Baltimore County Animal Services and the Humane Society of Harford County.

All members of the Baltimore Animal Welfare Alliance will be waiving their adoption fees for cats and kittens for the month of June.

All cats and kittens available for adoption are spayed or neutered and vaccinated, according to their age.

Baltimore 500 adopters will receive a voucher for a free exam for their cat or kitten and a toy for their new pet.

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