Clear the Shelter and Fill Your Heart through Sunday at Charleston Animal Society! Get a goodie bag with every adoption.
In one of the last pet evacuations before Hurricane Ida hit, Charleston Animal Society rescued 50 dogs from the path of the storm from the Humane Society of South Mississippi in Gulfport.
Public voting to select the Charleston Animal Society Spokesdog and Spokescat who will appear on the labels of the “2021 Rescue Brew Beer” from Palmetto Brewing Company is now underway.
The lives of thousands of animals in shelters across South Carolina are at stake, as homeless animals have been pouring into shelters for weeks. To solve this unprecedented crisis in SC, shelters across the state have joined together to launch “Summer Slam Emergency Rescue Operation.”
Sweet Dulce was found emaciated, dehydrated and barely alive. Just skin and bones at a weight of 4 pounds, this pitiful cat had a long, bumpy road to recovery ahead of her.
Late last week, a local veterinarian stumbled upon a sweet, little dog in a horrible situation. Pecan, a 21-pound stray beagle, had likely been hit by a car and was suffering from two badly broken legs.
Dezzi was brought to Charleston Animal Society after her human father passed away. She is an affectionate feline looking for a loving family, like many cats here.
Charleston Animal Society deployed teams to assist the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office with the largest animal cruelty operation in South Carolina history following an operation in Gray Court, SC on July 16th.
Today, we have nearly 900 animals in our system of care. A majority of these animals are young kittens that desperately need to be cared for in a foster home.
The Second Annual Rescue Brew Beer Spokesdog and Spokescat star search is now underway! Winners will appear on the labels of our “2021 Rescue Brew Beer” from Palmetto Brewing Company. Pet owners are being asked to submit a photo of their rescued dogs and cats at