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Feral cats (not in Maryland!)- photo copyright ~Sage~ reproduced under a Creative Commons license - thanks.

Maryland cat rescue
is fairly active it seems -well done Maryland people.

Important - A lot of the Maryland cat rescue centers (the majority) can be found through Petfinder which operates nationwide. Petfinder provides the listing software so the adoptable cats are listed on the Petfinder website. You can go to their website and search from there. Some of the rescue operations are not affiliated to Petfinder (it seems to me) and these are listed here:

Alley Cat Rescue - A really nice website - concern and thought radiates from it. A nice Maryland cat rescue organization. This site has been written by a really nice woman in my estimation. I am not sure how they operate but their website tells us all about what they do. I am guessing but they are probably a network of volunteers so their is no central facility (if I am wrong please leave a comment). They do run an adoption program at the local PetsMart. There are 10 PetsMarts in the area! The nearest to the ACR postal address is this one (Google Maps opens). ACR details:

Alley Cat Rescue, Inc.
P O Box 585
Mount Rainier MD 20712
Phone: 301-277-5595

The Partnership for Animal Welfare - {PAW} - There postal address is:

The Partnership for Animal Welfare, Inc.
P.O. Box 1074
Greenbelt, MD 20768
(301)572-4PAW

This is not too far (about 10 k) from ACR above. PetsMart also host their adoption shows. There are a lot of PetsMart stores and these host the adoption shows:
Rockville, Bowie, Silver Spring, Kentlands, and Columbia. Petco also host: Beltsville and Ellicott City.

Alley Animals - based in
Baltimore, Maryland. They need part-time help! Call Alice at 410-823-0899.

Animal Rescue Inc. - this is an operation that has facilities of its own and is a relatively large organization it seems - they employ people so there must be reasonable good funding coming in. They are located in two places, Putty Hill, Baltimore (link to Google map) - this is a cattery and just off route 83 near the MD PA border.

Cat Rescue of Maryland (CROM) - This looks like a small operation but valuable nonetheless. They have a postal address but it seems no dedicated premises.

Maryland cat rescue more organizations:

Howard County Cat Club - they advertise their adoptable cats through a portal website (I guess for greater visibility) 1-800-Save-A-Pet.com.

Lucky Cat Rescue - Based in baltimore - MD - they work with Petco at Tollgate Shopping Center, 615 Belair Road, Bel Air, MD 21014 and at Golden Ring Plaza, 8640 Pulaski Hwy, Rosedale, MD 21237. (the links open to Google maps).

Rude ranch Animal Rescue Center - they have their own facilities and are located at Annapolis. This looks a well established center.

Safe at Last - run by Bonnie Jo Yuspa - from what appears to be her home (well done and brave you). They are in demand but please make arrangements by appointment only. The address:

Safe At Last, Inc.
4303 Danlou Drive
Baltimore, Maryland 21207

That's the list of Maryland cat rescue operations not affiliated to Petfinder.

Maryland cat rescue to Persian cat rescue

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