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Meet Serena: A “Foster Fail” Fairytale
Oct 14

Meet Serena: A “Foster Fail” Fairytale

  Five months ago, sweet Serena was a stray running at large in Baltimore City. For how long, we weren’t sure—but at less than a year old, Serena had her whole life ahead of her. With a heart-melting smile and gorgeous, mismatched brown and blue eyes, this happy girl was full of puppy personality and mischief.   During her intake exam, it was apparent that Serena would not respond to loud noises. After further in...

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Who Saved Who? Kingsley's Legacy
Oct 2

Who Saved Who? Kingsley's Legacy

  Who rescued who? It's a question anyone who has adopted asks themselves, and BARCS foster/volunteer Lindsey M. was no exception. Recently, Lindsey's best friend, Kingsley, crossed the Rainbow Bridge. Read in her own words how Kingsley changed her life... There is no question that fate brought Kingsley and I together. I was looking for a younger, healthy female cat the day I was walking through the cat rooms at BARCS. I was...

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When Happily Ever After Is Hundreds of Miles Away
Sep 18

When Happily Ever After Is Hundreds of Miles Away

  Transporting animals is a critical part of volunteer work at BARCS. Thanks in part to our partnerships with Franky Fund clinics and rescue organizations, we have animals coming to and going from BARCS for a variety of reasons. While these trips are usually pretty short, one dedicated volunteer and foster, Asta O., has gone above and beyond transporting animals to their happily ever afters. In her words, read what has inspired her to ...

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