Thanks to all who helped make this event such a success!
Augustine lost her home when her family didn’t want a litter box in the house while it was on the market. She is generally a quiet cat, but she also loves the chance to play! She dreams of a finding a home with people who love her and finding a lap to sleep on!
|JASPER: Adult male Dachshund/Beagle mix
Jasper is a combination of doxy and beagle (and something pot-bellied looking at his belly!). He has a loving disposition and adores being called a good boy. He gets along with his foster yorkie brother. Jasper enjoys indestructible toys and has a fondness for squeakers and stuffing. He likes receiving affection and also likes to give affection! He’s quite the love-bug!
To apply to adopt AUGUSTINE or JASPER, please click here! Please print and distribute the following flyers to local establishments so that AUGUSTINE and JASPER can find their forever homes this month: Cat of the Month flyer, Dog of the Month flyer.
We invite you to come visit! Our Christmas stockings are up in our NEW SANCTUARY! Please stop by, pick up a stocking (each animal has their own!), fill it with goodies, and return!
Our new address is 326 Wye Mills Rd in Queenstown, on Rt 662 right behind Chesapeake College!
On October 26, 2016, Chesapeake Cats & Dogs received a phone call from Caroline County Humane Society about a young cat that had been found and was seriously injured. She was initially taken to Dr. Arion. He found a rubber band so tightly wound around her neck that it had cut into her skin deeply. The speculation is that it had been there a while. She is mal-nourished and also had been shot in the eye with a bb gun. The vet cut off the rubber band, cleaned the wound and gave eye medicines needed. Chesapeake Cats & Dogs has placed the cat, now named Faith, in foster care to heal. She will be available for adoption once she is fully healed. Though abused and abandoned, Faith is now safe and on the road to recovery.
Please consider making a donation to support Faith’s recovery. We appreciate your support!
Media Coverage: WBOC