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ABOUT US

Rescue Angels of Southern Maryland is a 501(c)3 non-profit, grass roots rescue organization founded in 2013 by a group of animal lovers who came together to assist animals in need.

Rescue Angels is an all-volunteer organization, whose mission is to change the lives of animals in need by rescuing them from undesirable or dangerous situations, providing loving homes, and any needed medical care (including mandatory spay/neuter).

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ADOPT

We work hard at matching our animals to adopters so that they may end their search for a loving, permanent home.

All animals in our adoption program are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, FeLV/FIV tested or heartworm/tick borne disease tested, dewormed, and kept current on flea/tick/heartworm prevention.  All animals come with an adoption folder containing a health record, adoption contract, and pet care information.  

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GET INVOLVED

Our volunteers include a small community of people who have opened their hearts and selflessly given their time to improve the quality of life of these animals forgotten by so many.

We welcome volunteers and donors who wish to share their time, talents, or resources to support our foster program, adoption events, trapping, transporting and feeding.

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FERAL CATS

Rescue Angels of Southern Maryland believes that trap-neuter-return (TNR) is the best and most humane method for helping feral or stray cats in Southern Maryland. 

If you are currently caring for outdoor cats, thank you! The next step is to get the cats spayed or neutered. If you’ve never trapped before or don’t own a trap, we can help you. We assist with TNR in Charles County and Fort Washington and Brandywine in PG County only.

**6/2/2023: We are overbooked with TNR requests. Please complete our request form and we will schedule you or you can contact another rescue.  We need volunteers to help with TNR!

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