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Pet Bereavement Group
The Nicodemus Memorial Park at Baltimore Humane Society is holding a monthly bereavement group to help you cope with the loss or extreme illness of a pet. We understand how devastating it can be to lose a companion pet. Please join our free, non-denominational group, led by Cantor Ellen Schwab, a member of the Clergy for over two decades.
The group will meet each month on the first Tuesday evening at 7 pm for an hour. Please call to RSVP. Call 410-833-8848, ext. 219. You do not need to have your pet buried in our Memorial Park to join the group. All are welcome!
“May it make your sorrow easier for you to bear Knowing there are others who understand and care.” -Unknown Author
The Nicodemus Memorial Park is a division of the Baltimore Humane Society located on 365 acres in Reisterstown and has been a peaceful resting place for beloved animals since 1927. It is the area’s only dedicated pet cemetery. The Baltimore Humane Society is a private nonprofit organization and is not affiliated with any national humane societies or animal welfare organizations. Nor does it receive any funding from the government. For more information about Baltimore Humane Society and how you can contribute, volunteer, adopt, or foster, please visit www.bmorehumane.org or call 410-833-8848, or text the word “PAW” to 80000 to donate.
More About Baltimore Humane Society
For more than 83 years, the Baltimore Humane Society has helped care for suffering and homeless animals. Located on 365 acres of land, the Humane Society operates an animal shelter, a spay/neuter center, a memorial park and a wildlife sanctuary. It has a commitment to protect the region's pets and to address their suffering. Live humane. Lead humane. Believe humane. Dream humane. Learn more about the Humane Society of Baltimore at its website.