PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, MD – Patch recently partnered with the SPCA / Humane Society of Prince George’s County. Every week we bring you the cutest pets looking for a home. Here are this week’s adorable adopted kids. Click on their names for more information.
Personality: I am the most adventurous, sociable, and people-loving kitten in my family. I spend my time exploring my surroundings, jumping over barricades and wrestling with my siblings.
Hobbies: Playing with brothers and sisters. Explore. Eat food.
Favourite toy: Cat wand and peekaboo box (cardboard box with holes cut in it).
Favorite place for a nap: In the same heap with my siblings.
How I came to the SPCA: My mother and siblings and I were abandoned in a garage when our people moved away. Some good people called the PGSPCA and we were saved!
Dream family: A family that is looking for an interactive cat with plenty of time to play and love.
Personality: I’m super cute. I know people and quickly warm up to strangers. I love pets. I like to explore and play. I love chasing the cat charm.
Hobbies: A good solid pet session and nap. Run after toys and wands.
Favourite toy: A good cat charm.
Favorite place for a nap: Any warm place, e.g. wrapped in a blanket or on your lap.
How I came to the SPCA: My babies and I were dumped in a garage when our people moved away. Some good people called the PGSPCA and we were saved!
Dream family: A patient family who understand that I am still quite young and that I have to be played with and looked after.
The local SPCA is a volunteer-run organization that does not operate physical housing. Volunteers keep the animals in their own four walls until they are adopted. Every pet given up for adoption is listed here. To start the adoption process, fill out this form. Anyone with questions can call (301) 262-5625 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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