by Paul Bowers
According to a press release, the Animal Society currently has "a record number of kittens and over 800 total animals in its system," both at its Remount Road campus and in foster homes. By offering adoptions free of charge, the organization aims to find homes for 300 animals during the campaign.
“Traditionally, we see a great leap in the number of kittens coming into our system during the summer months, but never before has our situation been so urgent,” says Joe Elmore, CEO of Charleston Animal Society. “We don’t turn animals away, nor do we import highly desirable animals from other areas at the expense of local animals.”
All animals available for adoption have been fully vaccinated, microchipped, and spayed or neutered. They are also eligible for a free health exam from most veterinarians.
"In order to realize our goal of making Charleston a No Kill community by 2015, we need the public's help in providing these wonderful animals a new home,” Elmore says. “Our rallying cry is ‘Make room for one more in your heart and in your home.’”