BALTIMORE — The Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse not solely affected the availability chain for people however for pets as properly.

The Maryland SPCA is seeking to assist. On Sunday, the group held a pet meals giveaway exterior of their headquarters in Baltimore to assist pet homeowners affected by the collapse get provides for his or her furry buddies.

The drive had all the pieces, starting from canine and cat meals to harnesses and kitty litter. The provides had been donated from Greater Good and Chewy. It’s all in partnership with the SPCA.

Maryland SPCA’s Community Care and Advocacy Director Katie Flory hopes that occasions like these are in a position to assist alleviate among the burden for out of labor port workers.

“We know the tragedy that occurred with the bridge falling actually is a large influence to the Baltimore neighborhood, however even a much bigger influence to our port staff who we all know are out of labor,” mentioned Flory. “We don’t need anybody to ever need to decide on whether or not to pay their electrical invoice or feed their pets.”

On April 11, the group will host their Maryland SPCA Giving Day, the place individuals are in a position to donate to the Maryland SPCA for occasions identical to this one.

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