The labradoodle’s owner had the dog’s hair cut to resemble a lion. Now the dog will soon be up for adoption after its owner was caught letting the animal run free.
Steve Greig has devoted his life to adopting and taking care of senior dogs and other animals who have trouble finding homes.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A total of 26 children will have their adoptions finalized as part of “Adoption Day” at Superior Court in Washington. The adoptions will be finalized Saturday during this year’s Adoption Day ceremony.…
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D.C.’s first cat café has more going on than great coffee and homemade cookies. It’s a home for animals looking to find their forever home.
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For the thousands of kids in foster care in the D.C. area, having a permanent home is a dream. But there\’s a new effort to make that dream come true.
If you\’re looking to add a little spice to your life, look no further than Chive, this week\’s Pet of the Week.
Saturday (11-23) is National Adoption day. There are hundreds of thousands of children waiting to be adopted in this country alone. On Saturday Conquered By Love is holding an Adoption Awareness Open House 10am-2pm
Events throughout the day including activities and discussions:
Children\’s activities, Meet adoptive families, Find adoption resources and lots of fun as well as special discussions:
11 am – Clearing Roadblocks to Adoption
12 pm – Healing from Traumatic Backgrounds
1pm – Adopting Older Children
At the home of the Razvi family (founders of Conquered by Love),
22101 Slidell Road, Boyds, MD Listen to the two reports below.
WTOP Living is partnering with the Washington Animal Rescue League to
feature a Pet of the Week available for adoption.
Despite his less-than-dignified name, this 5-year-old
Tuxedo cat is quite the gentleman.
This Schnauzer/terrier mix is the quintessential scruffy canine silver screen star — or in his case, a retired star.
After Fairfax County animal control officers took 23 small dogs from a Springfield area home, some of the dogs are being put up for adoption.
The new faces showing up at area animal shelters are actually old ones. Dogs and cats whose owners have died are now finding that their final home is a cage.
Belinda is a smart little dog who already knows \”sit\” and \”down.\” She is available for adoption at the Washington Animal Rescue League.