Charleston Animal Society is offering FREE adoptions on all animals through Sunday due to overcrowding!

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Charleston Animal Society is reaching out the community for help in finding homes for the surge of incoming pets by asking for everyone to spread the word and ADOPT!

Just within the past two weeks, 251 dogs and 464 cats have been brought to Lowcountry’s largest animal rescue organization and it is becoming an issue.   

“The overcrowding is a critical situation for us,” said Charleston Animal Society Chief Executive Officer Joe Elmore, “we don’t have any room left and we are asking the community to step in and help.”



So if you're looking for a new addition to your family or know someone in the market-ADOPT from your local shelter! 

If you can’t adopt, please ask a friend or family member to adopt. You can also donate to help provide critical care to lovables like these two at www.CharlestonAnimalSociety.org.

One example of the animals being rescued is a 3-month-old lab mix, who witnesses saw being thrown from a car at a Waffle House parking lot on Ashley Phosphate Road in North Charleston.  Charleston Animal Society veterinarians and staff are working with the puppy to determine the extent of his injuries and help him recover. - CHARLESTON ANIMAL SOCIETY
  • Charleston Animal Society
  • One example of the animals being rescued is a 3-month-old lab mix, who witnesses saw being thrown from a car at a Waffle House parking lot on Ashley Phosphate Road in North Charleston. Charleston Animal Society veterinarians and staff are working with the puppy to determine the extent of his injuries and help him recover.
In another case, a kitten caught in an engine was rescued by Charleston Animal Society Anti-Cruelty and Outreach Director Aldwin Roman.  Roman had to sedate the kitten to remove it from the engine in North Charleston.  The animal is recovering in the Kitten Intensive Care Unit after having its leg amputated and will be placed in a foster home. - CHARLESTON ANIMAL SOCIETY
  • Charleston Animal Society
  • In another case, a kitten caught in an engine was rescued by Charleston Animal Society Anti-Cruelty and Outreach Director Aldwin Roman. Roman had to sedate the kitten to remove it from the engine in North Charleston. The animal is recovering in the Kitten Intensive Care Unit after having its leg amputated and will be placed in a foster home.

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