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Several resources, such as Data.Maryland.gov, exist to identify animal shelters and rescue organizations throughout Maryland. While some shelters are funded by municipalities and the state, many operate as private non-pr... More »

Online resources such as Local.com and YP.com allow users to search for animal shelters by city, state or ZIP code. Business information such as addresses, phone numbers and websites are provided in the business listings... More »

Some good examples of websites that offer information about no-kill shelters are NoKillNetwork.org and FluffyNet.com. These resources provide extensive directories of currently known no-kill shelters and links to their w... More »

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Online resources such as Local.com and YP.com allow users to search for animal shelters by city, state or ZIP code. Business information such as addresses, phone numbers and websites are provided in the business listings... More »

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Animal shelters are funded by donations, adoption fees, bequests and merchandise sales. Animal shelters also host special events, such as annual walks and dinners, to raise funds. More »

The Shelter Pet Project's website allows visitors to find local animal shelters by simply entering a ZIP code. Also, city or county health and police department phone book listings often contain local animal shelters' co... More »