Maryland Lottery 2nd Chance Contest

Key 103 and the Maryland Lottery are teaming up to support the Frederick County Animal Control because Everyone Deserves a Second Chance

Register below for a chance to win a 10 pack of Maryland Lottery Scratchers.
For every winner, Key 103 will donate 10lbs of food in the winner’s name  to help Frederick County Animal Control feed the homeless animals that are calling the shelter their temporary home.

If you feel you can provide one of the many pets currently residing at the Frederick County Animal Shelter with a second chance, click on thier names below to visit the shelter page or call today to adopt one of these wonderful animals featured here 301-600-1546.

Jason & NalaBella & Max
Jason-&-NalaBella-&-Max
Name: Jason
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Age : 6 years
Gender : Male Neutered
Color : Orange / White


Name: Nala
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Age : 6 years
Gender : Female Spayed
Color : Orange / White
Name: Bella - 171881
Breed: Pekingese mix
Sex: Female
Age: 3 yrs
Weight: 8 lbs

Name: Max - 171882
Breed: Beagle mix
Sex: Male
Age: 8 yrs
Weight: 36 lbs
Jason and Nala are a bonded pair, and must be adopted together. Both were described as friendly, playful lap cats, who get along with all humans and pets alike. They are both approximately 6 years old. Unfortunately both are very frightened having gone from a home to the shelter.

Jason and Nala stayed huddled together under their blanket; however, both enjoyed getting their chins rubbed. For some cats the shelter is a very scary place, and they do not feel comfortable letting their true selves shine. This is definitely the case with Jason and Nala. They would probably do best with a cat savvy adopter, who will be patient and let them get comfortable in their new home. With time, we know that a new family will be rewarded with a wonderful pair of companions.
Bella is a Pekingese mix and is a little shy but friendly and such a sweetheart when she gets to know you. Max is a beagle mix and a very friendly boy. Their previous owner reports that they are both house trained and crate trained. Please adopt these wonderful animals – they need a happy forever home! They are bonded pair and must be adopted together