Summerville SPCA shelter seeks ‘no-kill’ status


No Kill South Carolina and Charleston Animal Society offer assistance to Frances R. Willis SPCA in Summerville. Click here to read more

Charleston Animal Society hosts disaster preparedness training for animal control, welfare agencies


The No Kill South Carolina initiative aims to save animals' lives, and disaster planning is a big part of that. Charleston Animal Society and No Kill South Carolina hosted a disaster training for shelters, presented by the Humane Society of the United States.  Click here for the article

No-Kill Mentoring


Have you noticed that No Kill communities tend to occur in clusters?  Read more

First No Kill Summit Covered by WLTX


We held our first No Kill SC summit on July 25th for leaders of shelters and animal control organizations, talking about ways to reduce euthanasia for feral & free-roaming cats. WLTX in Columbia covered the story - click here for the story and video.

Post & Courier Spotlights No Kill South Carolina


The Post & Courier in Charleston featured No Kill South Carolina in an article on July 10, 2016. The article covered the NKSC movement and focused on challenges that state's shelter animals are facing each and every day. Click here to read the complete article.

Carolina Tails Magazine Highlights NKSC


Carolina Tails Magazine featured No Kill South Carolina in its Spring issue. The magazine wrote about No Kill South Carolina's mission and highlighted the resource centers located around the state. Click Here to read the full article.