Charleston Animal Society celebrates 8-year milestone


Charleston County is the oldest No Kill Community for dogs and cats in the Southeast and is celebrating eight years as a No Kill Community.   Click to read more

How Charleston Animal Society’s ‘far-fetched’ idea could save lives statewide


[Charleston Animal Society] is celebrating the eighth successful year of its “No Kill Charleston” campaign and the fulfillment of a dramatically ambitious goal, especially for a shelter that takes in all animals from a region of the country where euthanasia rates run high. Read the full op-ed here

Increased pet adoptions make it one of the few fields to consider 2020 a successful year


More time at home in 2020 has meant more dogs and cats being adopted and brought home, according to those at South Carolina shelters.Adoptions at Pawmetto Lifeline, a nonprofit shelter in Irmo, have been taking place at a pace that is 15 to 20 pets per week more than last year on average, according to CEO [...]