Statewide Spay-Neuter Project Underway
YOU Can Help!
Animal shelters are in crisis in South Carolina because they are overcrowded with animals. Of the 75 shelters in South Carolina, 49 have no vets on staff to assist with the medical needs of the animals, which means thousands of homeless animals across our state are in need of veterinary care.
In an effort to reduce the backlog of animals needing spay-neuters in shelters, No Kill South Carolina 2024, an initiative of Charleston Animal Society, has organized a statewide spay-neuter project.