We have been protecting animals together since 1874.
With you, we share a common goal — one where all healthy and treatable animals are saved. It’s a vision where all people and animals are treated with respect and kindness. And it envisions a world where cruelty is not tolerated.
WELCOME FROM OUR CEO
This is the impact your support enabled us to have last year.
7 years ago today, a very special dog named Caitlyn came into Charleston Animal Society's care after being made a victim one of the most shocking cruelty cases ever witnessed in our organization's 148 years. Her snout had been sealed shut with electrical tape, cutting off blood flow and making it impossible for her to eat or drink.
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Last Wednesday afternoon, May 18, 2022, Charleston Animal Society was honored to have a group of nine sales team members from Mars Petcare for their volunteer give-back day while the group was in Charleston for week-long meetings.
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On June 4th shelters across the Lowcountry are joining forces to host a Lowcountry Foster Fair at four different locations in the Tricounty area.
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A dog and cat have been found shot in North Charleston within the past week. On May 12th a cat shot with pellets was found on the 7400 block of Tedder Street. Just five days earlier, a puppy was found with a gunshot wound to his paw on the 5200 block of Rivers Avenue.
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