We have been protecting animals together since 1874.
With you, we share a common goal — one where all healthy and treatable animals are saved. It’s a vision where all people and animals are treated with respect and kindness. And it envisions a world where cruelty is not tolerated.
WELCOME FROM OUR CEO
This is the impact your support enabled us to have last year.
Since 1999, the Trammell’s have called the Old Village home. True to its name, the Old Village is a time capsule to a bygone era where neighbors aren’t strangers and it’s normal to stop and chat on the corner for a while. Since retiring, the two have become fixtures of their community simply by doing what they love.
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The Third Annual Rescue Brew Beer Spokesdog and Spokescat star search gets underway tomorrow, July 15, 2022! Winners will appear on the labels of the “2022 Rescue Brew Beer” from Palmetto Brewing Company. Pet owners are being asked to submit a photo of their favorite dogs and cats at www.CharlestonAnimalSociety.org/RescueBrew and tell us why their pet deserves to win. Nominations are open July 15, 2022 until August 14, 2022. A $10 entry donation with each nomination supports the lifesaving programs of Charleston Animal Society.
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With so much focus on the benefits of being active and outdoors for humans, it’s easy to forget the real need shelter dogs have for time to socialize and stretch their legs outdoors. Shelter life can be stressful for dogs – especially older dogs who might not have ever been away from what they knew as their home. Day trips out of the shelter can provide long-time residents a break from being in a kennel, allowing them time to decompress and to be stimulated with the sights and sounds of normal life.
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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.
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Hours of Operation:
12pm – 5:00pm (Weekdays)
10am – 5:00pm (Weekends)
Due to COVID-19 National Health Emergency, only a limited number of people are allowed in the shelter at any given time.