Rescue groups relieve pressure on ani...

Rescue groups relieve pressure on animal shelterNonprofit takes 500 cats annually

There are 3 comments on the North County News story from Feb 13, 2008, titled Rescue groups relieve pressure on animal shelterNonprofit takes 500 cats annually. In it, North County News reports that:

“To have the animals in an area where there are lots of people (provides) a whole lot better chance of an adoption”

Rescue groups relieve pressure on animal shelter Nonprofit takes 500 cats annually 02/13/08 By Julie M. Stack Anne Thiessen leans into a cage to rub noses with a cat before sending it from the Baltimore County ... via North County News

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Phil

Sykesville, MD

#1 Feb 17, 2008
I didn't know the Baltimore County Animal Shelter had a cat specialist? How interesting, what exactly is a cat specialist?
If BCAS would provide a low cost spay/neuter clinic for cats maybe less cats would eventually end up there, besides it's the law that cats in addition to dogs be licensed in Baltimore County, a clinic could prevent further unwanted cat populations and licensing could be done at the same time.
What about all the adoptable dogs that rescues can't take, after four days there are killed. And as for pit bulls, even babies, or pit mixes, their fates are sealed the moment they arrive in that shelter, four days later they are killed. What efforts are staff and management making to ensure their lives are given a second chance? Doesn't the BCAS shelter not only cats but dogs TOO? No effort is made by management to provide any type of outreach program to help adoptable dogs get homes. It's just a warehouse for animals, essentially it's the pound.
Anne Thiessen

AOL

#2 Oct 22, 2008
If you took the time to come out to the shelter and talk to us you would find out that we work with a large amout of rescue groups and with other local shelters not only for cats but dogs too.
Phil

Woodstock, MD

#3 Nov 4, 2008
I'm talking about the pitbull/pit mixes. Do they even have a chance if they are nice dogs? I mean from adults to puppies, does anyone even want to care about finding them a safe way out of the shelter? Many shelters are adopting pit/pit mixes, what's Baltimore County's problem that they still put them to sleep?

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