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Baltimore Humane Society to Unveil New Pool for Shelter Animals Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Scheduled for Monday, June 17th at 1 PM

Baltimore Humane Society to Unveil New Pool for Shelter Animals Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Scheduled for Monday, June 17th at 1 PM
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Adoptable Donny in the Baltimore Humane Society’s new pool.

Baltimore, MD – June 2024 – The Baltimore Humane Society is thrilled to announce the grand opening of a new pool designed specifically for the enrichment and enjoyment of its shelter animals. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place on Monday, June 17th at 1 PM at the Baltimore Humane Society facility, located at 1601 Nicodemus Road, Reisterstown, MD 21136.

This innovative addition aims to provide a fun and therapeutic environment for the animals in our care. The pool will offer a range of benefits, including physical exercise, stress relief, and socialization opportunities, enhancing the overall well-being of our furry residents.

Event Details:

·        What: Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for the New Shelter Animal Pool

·        When: Monday, June 17th at 1 PM

·        Where: Baltimore Humane Society, 1601 Nicodemus Road, Reisterstown, MD 21136.

The ceremony will feature remarks from Andrew Levine, Board President and Christine DeCorse, Executive Director, who will discuss the positive impact this new pool will have on the shelter animals. Following the ribbon-cutting, some of our shelter dogs take their inaugural swim (weather permitting).

Christine DeCorse, Executive Director of the Baltimore Humane Society, stated: “We are incredibly excited to introduce this new pool to our shelter. It represents a significant step forward in our commitment to providing the best possible care for our animals. We believe that the pool will be a wonderful addition to our enrichment programs, helping to keep our animals happy, healthy, and ready for their forever homes.”

Andrew Levine, Board President, stated “The Baltimore Humane Society extends its heartfelt thanks to the Drs. Violet and Rouben Jiji Foundation and the generous donors and community supporters who made this project possible. This pool is a testament to the compassion and dedication of our community towards animal welfare.”

About the Baltimore Humane Society: A crucial member of the Baltimore community for nearly one hundred years, the Baltimore Humane Society is an independent non-profit animal shelter offering services for all stages of pet ownership. The organization works diligently to help homeless animals find necessary medical treatment, behavioral training and, ultimately, a loving forever home. Adoption fees are halved for senior animals and modified or waived for senior citizens, first responders and military personnel. The clinic offers free and low-cost spay/neuter, vaccination, and wellness services to the public. The memorial park offers end-of-life options for beloved pets as well as bereavement support and grief counseling. For more information on adoption, programs and services, visit bmorehumane.org. Follow BHS on social media: @BmoreHumane on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and TikTok.

Adoptable Skyla relaxes with her toy at the Baltimore Humane Society’s new pool.

For more information about the ribbon-cutting ceremony or to learn how you can support the Baltimore Humane Society, please visit https://bmorehumane.org/ or contact Alexa Jones, Marketing & PR Director at ajones@bmorehumane.org or 410-833-8848 x224.

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