Help us Save Lives in South Carolina!

For Community Members

  • Adopt a homeless pet
  • Foster a pet
  • Volunteer at your local shelter
  • Have free-roaming or feral cats in your community? Help get them spayed or neutered and returned to their habitat
  • Keep tags on your pet with your current contact information, and keep your pet’s microchip information up to date. Not sure if your pet has a microchip? Your local shelter or vet clinic will probably scan the pet for free
  • Get your pet spayed or neutered (Why should you do it? Check out Humane Alliance’s Top 10 reasons to Spay/Neuter Your Pet)
  • Keep your pet’s vaccinations up to date – not just for your pet’s sake, but for the sake of pets in your community. Preventing the spread of disease limits suffering.
  • Talk to your friends and neighbors about spaying and neutering their pets
  • Donate to No Kill South Carolina
  • Donate to your local shelter