Peony was found as a stray with a painful injury from an embedded collar. When she arrived at the shelter, our veterinary team found more medical complications with this sweet 6-year-old that we are helping her face now.
No Kill South Carolina 2024 and Charleston Animal Society will be hosting the South Carolina’s first-ever statewide Town Hall on Tuesday, June 8th at 6pm. The focus of the program is how South Carolina is on track to become a No Kill State by 2024.
Charleston Animal Society is making an urgent plea for foster families to help with an overwhelming number of animals flooding its shelter system.
Four 2-week-old kittens were found injured and alone under a trash compactor. Two of the kittens were suffering from painful injuries to their paws and needed help fast!
Smooshy is one of our barn cats that is looking for a loving home with some space to roam. Does your home or business need a helpful hunter of rodents and bugs? Smooshy may be your best ally!
Vote now for Charleston Animal Society in the Moultrie New Best of the Best! We are nominated in 6 categories.
In an effort to ensure that injured K9s receive veterinary medical care immediately following an injury, Mt. Pleasant Police and Paramedics teamed up with Charleston Animal Society for annual training in advanced lifesaving care for police dogs.
Kitten season is in full force! Remember it is usually best to leave baby kittens with their moms where they will receive all the care, nutrients and protection they need.
We have been working with the Humane Society of St. Thomas to help with overpopulation after multiple natural disasters devastated the Virgin Islands. Our Outreach team transported ten dogs and puppies last week.
Charleston Animal Society is one of 200 Animal Shelters Participating in the National Empty the Shelters adoption event May 5-9 and we have several wonderful animals looking for a loving home!