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Shelters Across the State at Critical Capacity
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC -- The lives of hundreds of animals in shelters across South Carolina are at stake, as homeless animals have been pouring into shelters for weeks. “Nearly every shelter in the state, including the two largest shelters, Greenville County Animal Care and Charleston Animal Society, are at the breaking point and need help now,” said No Kill South Carolina 2024 Chief Project Officer Abigail Appleton, CAWA, PMP. “These and other lifesaving organizations are critically overcapacity and there’s no sign of it letting up. We must move these animals into homes now, especially as we enter the peak of hurricane season,” said Appleton.
October 19, 2022
Giving Tuesday is November 29
Animal welfare agencies across South Carolina are working overtime this year to meet the needs of homeless and neglected animals and help pets stay with their families whenever possible. The need for rehoming, spay/neuter, and pet support services in 2022 have been unprecedented and many of our agencies are struggling with inadequate resources. Your gift today of $25, $50, $100, or any amount, ensures that we can help our amazing animal welfare professionals even more in 2023. Your donation is 100% tax-deductible so please give generously.
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