The Greenbelt Animal Shelter is a no-kill shelter that sometimes goes to extraordinary lengths to save animals lives, from rescuing , to taking in that was hit by a car.
On the flip side, the more animals they save, the more animals they have to care for and feed. So they could use a little help from their friends right now as the shelter is at capacity, according to Kim DeAngelis, shelter manager.
On Thursday, DeAngelis reported adding four dog crates to the floor because the kennels were full. It is also maxed out with cats, 24 in all, plus a room full of kittens, according to DeAngelis
"I don't know if we're getting dumped on or not because we're no-kill," DeAngelis said, "But it's never been like that, and we just have no room."
If you've been thinking about adopting a cat, dog or kitten into your family, the Greenbelt Animal Shelter's hours are Wednesdays 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Saturdays 9 a.m. to noon, and by appointment. For more information call (301) 474-6124 or (240) 508-7533.