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Montgomery County Animal Services & Adoption Center

These “before” and “after” pictures are a perfect example of the amazing work the MCASAC fosters do for the animals who need extra care and nurturing..

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American Association of Feline Practitioners

Thinking of adopting a cat? Please don’t overlook the older cats at the Montgomery County Animal Services & Adoption Center. They should have..

25 likes, 2 comments1 day ago

These Adoptable Pit Bulls Want To Give You Big Slobbery Kisses

How exciting! Three dogs, Banco, Niko and Meatball, from the Montgomery County Animal Services & Adoption Center are mentioned in this Huffington..

75 likes, 0 comments2 days ago

MCPAW thanks the customers at PetValu in Cabin John as they continue their generous giving for animals in need in Montgomery County. Over 250..

39 likes, 1 comments3 days ago

UPDATES FROM MCPAW

“Yappy Hour” at Dawson’s Market, June 10 from 5 to 7 p.m.

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Dawson’s Market in Rockville, MD is hosting a “Yappy Hour” event to benefit MCPAW on Wednesday, June 10 from 5 to 7 p.m. Free appetizers will be served, and $1 from each glass of wine or beer sold will be donated to...

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MCPAW’s Spay it Forward Pet Food Pantry Delivers

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The Spay it Forward Pet Food Pantry’s goal is to ensure no pet goes hungry in Montgomery County. As we rolled out and expanded the program, we realized that people in need sometimes have difficulty getting transportation to one of the distribution sites. So…. MCPAW’s Pet Food...

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MCPAW Selected as Whole Foods Market “Nickels for Nonprofits” Recipient

Exciting MCPAW News!
 
The Kentlands Whole Foods Market has selected MCPAW as their Nickels for Nonprofits recipient for this quarter. This means that for every...
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Spay it Forward’s April effort

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MCPAW’s Spay it Forward (SIF) effort was in full swing this week to assist our feral cats in Montgomery County.  Volunteers worked to trap, then transport to a veterinary clinic to spay/neuter 23 cats from three different feral colonies.  In addition to being spayed or...

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