Talbot Humane


The Maryland 2000 Returns for Year 3!


Talbot Humane is proud to announce we have joined forces with fellow Maryland  humane and animal control facilities to place 2,000 cats and kittens in new homes during the month of July fr the 3rd year in a row!  Fees will be waived at all of these facilities and each one will have other special incentives.

New this year there is a website dedicated to the event www.maryland2000.com

For the month of July, Talbot Humane FELINE adopters will receive:
  • No adoption fee
  • Free post adoption wellness exams from participating veterinarians: All Pets Veterinary Hospital, Mid Atlantic Cat Hospital, Community Animal Hospital, Easton Veterinary Clinic, Midshore Veterinary Service, Pet Health Clinic, Veterinary Medical Center
  • Starter bag of food
  • Cat goodie bag


Our open admission shelter could not do all we do without the support of adopters, donors, volunteers and well wishers.  If you are considering adoption of a new cat or kitten, July is the right time to fall in love! We can’t wait to break this number and place these needy pets in loving homes, with your help!

The following shelters across Maryland are participating!

  • Anne Arundel County Animal Care and Control
  • Baltimore Humane
  • Baltimore County Animal Services
  • Caroline County Humane Society
  • Cecil County Animal Services
  • City of College Park, Maryland
  • Fredrick County Animal Control
  • Howard County Animal Control and Adoption Center
  • Humane Society of Carroll County
  • Humane Society of Washington County
  • Humane Society of Wicomico County
  • Linda L. Kelley Animal Shelter
  • Montgomery County Animal Services
  • Prince George’s County Animal Services
  • Talbot Humane
  • The Animal Care Shelter of Kent County
  • The Humane Society of Harford County
  • Tri-County Animal Shelter


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