Charleston Animal Society needs your help voting for us in Charleston City Paper’s Best of Charleston 2024! Show your support for our lifesaving work by nominating us in the following categories. Nominating is so simple – just follow the links below and write in Charleston Animal Society!
Each year, the Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) publishes its U.S. State Animal Protection Laws Ranking Report. Unfortunately, South Carolina is almost dead last, falling to #47 when it comes the strength of animal protection laws here. Where does the Palmetto State fall short?
What a story Feya must have to tell. The cute 12 lbs. tortoiseshell cat was found on Johns Island and brought into Charleston Animal Society for rescue on February 25, 2024. That’s when the Animal Society team turned up something very important – Feya had been reported missing in Mt. Pleasant, five years earlier!
Despite overwhelming odds that animal shelters faced throughout the country during 2023, Charleston Animal Society continued its record-breaking trek toward building the first No Kill State in the Southern United States, from the Atlantic coast to Pacific Oceans and across America’s heartland.
Charleston Animal Society, the first animal protection organization in South Carolina and one of the oldest in the nation, proudly announces its upcoming Sesquicentennial year in 2024. For 150 years, this remarkable community institution has been dedicated to preventing cruelty to animals and providing a legacy of care.
Temperatures are expected to dip into the 20s later this week and Charleston Animal Society is urging pet owners to take precautions to protect companion animals and livestock.
Charleston Animal Society unveiled its sixth annual lifesaving car raffle on New Year’s Day! This year, one lucky winner will receive a 2024 Lexus TX 500h F Sport Luxury Vehicle. All proceeds go to the animals thanks to Hank and Laurel Greer who have purchased the Lexus for the raffle.
When fireworks start flying to celebrate the New Year, dogs and cats start running in fear. Each year, Charleston Animal Society sees several missing animals turning up on its doorsteps, so people are urge to keep pets indoors and on leashes as the New Year celebrations begin.
On Giving Tuesday, your support of Charleston Animal Society’s lifesaving mission will go twice as far. An anonymous donor is providing a $50,000 match — meaning your gift doubles through midnight on Tuesday, November 29th. Go to CharlestonAnimalSociety.org/GivingTuesday to donate.
No Kill South Carolina 2024 proudly marks a significant milestone in the Florence Area Community Cat Project – the successful spaying or neutering of the 1000th free-roaming cat, only six months after the program’s inception.