I’m a gentle spotted mama cat who came into the shelter with a litter of kittens, most of whom have already been adopted. Now I have a chance to shine! I’m a complete and total lap-cat, as you can see from my photos – I love to crawl right into your lap and curl up for as long as you’ll sit with me! Incredibly affectionate, I purr like an engine and gives kisses freely. I’m as sweet and friendly as they come, stop in and visit me to see for yourself!
I am the last kitten in my litter and am currently rooming with my mom at the shelter. I’m a very sleek 1 year old solid black kitty at first glance, until I roll over to play and reveal a tiny collection of white hairs on my chest. I start off as a little shy girl, but am actually pretty curious, and very playful! Come to BARCS and meet me today!
Hi I’m Pippen. I’m as sweet as I am handsome – which is very much I’m calm, laid-back, and affectionate – I will give you nuzzles and purr away. I’m just 2 years old and ready for a Purrever family to curl up with for the holidays and to ring in the New Year. I would be a great addition to your home – adopt me today!
Adopting a shelter cat is truly saving a life. The shelters cannot save animals without support from the community in the form of adoptions, fostering, volunteering and donations. If you would like to meet these kitties, please visit the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS), located at 301 Stockholm St., Baltimore, MD. 21230. For directions: http://goo.gl/maps/rndi. BARCS is open to the public Monday through Friday 2pm-6pm and Saturday and Sunday 11am-4pm. Please visit their website at www.baltimoreanimalshelter.org to see these and other wonderful animals waiting hopefully for their forever homes.
For information about volunteering for BARCS, please contact Joe at JMiletti@barcsanimalshelter.org or visit the website. If you are interested in fostering, please contact email@example.com. If you cannot adopt or foster the cats but would like to help them on their quest to find a forever family, please share their story via social media or donate through the BARCS website.