CHARLESTON ANIMAL SOCIETY ANNOUNCES PLANS TO MAKE SOUTH CAROLINA A NO KILL STATE BY 2024

At its 147th annual meeting on Sunday, March 14th, Charleston Animal Society announced the Palmetto State can be a No Kill State by 2024. The initiative is funded through a grant from the Petco Foundation.

Fetch by the Dodo

Billie Jean: Healing and Hopeful after Attack

Billie Jean was brought to us by a good Samaritan after a gruesome attack by another animal. She has endured weeks of surgeries and bandage changes, but our expert veterinary team saved this sweet kitty’s life!

JOHNS ISLAND DOGNAPPING: $5,000 REWARD OFFERED

Charleston Animal Society is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and felony conviction of two people who posed as Law Enforcement Officers in order to take a dog and her four puppies.

Doing What’s Right for Your Pet, Even When it’s Hard

When we were connected with a family that was grieving the loss of their father and overwhelmed caring for 10 dogs and puppies, we jumped into action to help in any way we could!

Cruz Lawn and Tree

147th Annual Meeting

Be sure to join our annual meeting for a major announcement that will impact the lives of animals across the State of South Carolina!

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