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31 Days to End Cruelty

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For the 31 days of July, Shelly Leeke Law Firm, along with Paige and Tommy Hall, Marge Lawson and Jimmy Baldrick, and an anonymous Friend of Animals, have agreed to MATCH all donations to Caitlyn’s Anti-Cruelty Fund - dollar-for-dollar up to $50,000 — to help end animal cruelty across South Carolina.

A VETERAN’S LEGACY LIVES ON

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JOYE LAWFIRM DONATES $100,000 TO CHARLESTON ANIMAL SOCIETY IN MEMORY OF VETERAN CLIENT

#CHSWALKSTHEDOG: Charleston Fab Lab

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This week, we stopped by the Charleston Fab Lab to take a look at their awesome facilities and to give shelter dogs, Gustus (chocolate lab-mix), Tonya (beagle hound-mix), and Tyson (staffie pit-mix), some time outside of the shelter.

LEXUS WINNER MEETS CAITLYN!

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Congratulations to Suzanne and Robert Cure from Barboursville, WV — the 2022 Lifesaving Lexus Raffle winners! The Cures became supporters of Charleston Animal Society when Caitlyn the dog was rescued in 2015. So, when Charleston Animal Society President and CEO Joe Elmore presented the couple with the keys to their new car, imagine their surprise when Caitlyn herself showed up to give them puppy kisses!

#CHSWalksTheDog: Ed Macy Tours

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Welcome to the first edition of #CHSWalksTheDog, a blog series that brings together notable Charlestonians, with shelter dogs in need, in iconic Lowcountry locations thanks to the talents of volunteer photographer, Heather Moran!

Charleston Animal Society Issues Heat-Stress Alert

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Charleston Animal Society is issuing a heat alert for all companion and working animals.  This week the National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for the Lowcountry, due to temperatures climbing into the 90s. According to the University of Kentucky, heat stress will be at the DANGER or EMERGENCY level during daytime hours throughout this week.