Animal Welfare League

of Queen Anne's County

201 Clay Drive Queenstown, MD 21658
Our Hours

Hoovington and Diesel were not only cat mates at the shelter but are now sisters in their forever home.
Midas was one of our mature cats, who came to us this Spring as a community stray. With his creamy, gold coloring, and flowing locks, he took up residency in our ‘orange is the new black’ cat room, and within six-weeks, found himself adopted by a loving family who’ve come by to update us on his happy transition into their home. They’ve renamed him lucky, tell us he’s ‘King of the house,” and is doing great!
This is Trooper. He found himself in AWL's care when he was hit by a car Spring, 2015. After a bleak beginning, this tough man improved by leaps and bounds. After fostering to help him recover from his car accident injuries, he was found to have lymphoma. A new round of medical care followed donated, very generously, by Town & Country Animal Hospital of Centreville (who previously donated the majority of Trooper’s earlier medical and surgical costs). While he will never actually be cured of the lymphoma, he is currently in remission, and out once again with a new foster…
Kane was one our most fun loving owner surrendered dogs. Although initial reports suggested he didn’t do well with other dogs and was a behavioral challenge, after 14 months at AWL, his new adoptive family report that he’s a big clown who gets along great with their other dogs. His favorite new past-time, swimming, swimming, swimming.

Hours

Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm
Monday: 11 am – 5 pm
Tuesday: 11 am – 5 pm
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 11 am – 5 pm
Friday: 11 am – 6 pm
Saturday: 11 am – 6 pm

Our Address

201 Clay Drive
Queenstown, MD 21658
Phone: 410-827-7178
Fax: 410-827-5064
Email: info@awlqac.org