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Greenville County Reaches No-Kill Status!


Shelly Simmons, animal care manager, said the no-kill goal is one the shelter couldn't have reached without the community's help. "We know it’s not going to get easier just because we made the announcement. It’s harder now than ever because of the animals that we’re seeing," Simmons said.   Click to read more  

How South Carolina’s animal shelters are grappling with pet overpopulation


Staff know to expect an influx of homeless animals, especially kittens, because dogs and cats typically have litters during summer months. Many communities, however, are struggling to cope.   Although nonprofit shelters like Charleston Animal Society and Dorchester Paws, as well as government-run shelters like [Columbia Animal Services] are facing challenges, South Carolina has made significant strides in [...]

Andrews business hosts spay and neuter event for pets


About 45 dogs and cats in the Town of Andrews are now spayed or neutered after a free veterinarian event on March 28. The event was organized by All 4 Paws, an animal rescue based in Pawleys Island, and Charleston Animal Society, which supplied a mobile spay-neuter clinic for the day. All 4 Paws is [...]

New Beginning: 60th Anniversary of the Humane Society of Greenwood


No Kill South Carolina Partner organization looks toward the future. "Shelters are progressively moving toward models of operation that allow them to help animal owners as opposed to being places that “'take on problems.'" Read more

Anderson County’s No Kill Transition


Anderson County, South Carolina, is in the western part of the state, bordering Greenville County. It is located on the I-85 corridor between Charlotte and Atlanta – a corridor that is expected to see major growth in the future and is already seeing progressive change. Click to read more

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