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- What We Do
FIGHTING ANIMAL CRUELTY
Fighting Animal Cruelty has been our mission since Charleston Animal Society was founded in 1874. We work closely with law enforcement and lawmakers to make sure animal cruelty laws are enforced and strengthened.
PREVENTING UNWANTED BIRTHS
Our massive spay/neuter program continues to see results: fewer unwanted animals are coming through our doors.
FINDING HOMES FOR HOMELESS ANIMALS
Finding homes for homeless animals through adoptions and foster homes is a key plank of our No Kill strategy.
SAVING LIVES OF ABUSED AND NEGLECTED ANIMALS
Through Toby’s Fund, our on-site veterinarians are able to treat animals that most animal shelters wouldn’t even accept. We treat heartworm, broken bones and horrible cases of abuse.
A COMMUNITY-WIDE FOSTER FAMILY NETWORK
Foster families open up their homes to animals in need, until they are old enough and healthy enough to be adopted. This is a wonderful experience for your entire family and we are always looking for new fosters!
REUNITING LOVED ONES WITH THEIR FAMILIES
Charleston Animal Society’s Lost & Found program uses every means possible, including social media to get lost animals back home.
REDUCING THE NUMBER OF FREE ROAMING CATS
Our trap-vaccinate-alter & return to habitat initiative is a model program for the rest of the nation. We reach out into the community and deal with cat “colonies” in a positive way, so they won’t reproduce.
CONTAINING OUTBREAKS OF DEADLY DISEASE
Rabies is a disease that is always just under the surface of any community, threatening both humans and animals. That’s why we are committed to our frequent rabies and vaccination clinics for the public.
GUIDING CHILDREN TO GROW INTO HUMANITARIANS
Charleston Animal Society’s offers comprehensive humane education, that we take into dozens of Charleston area classrooms every year. Teaching children to be compassionate to animals pays huge dividends.
PETS FOR LIFE
Every year we help hundreds of families keep their pets healthy, when they run into difficulty through education, a food bank and mobile spay-neuter campaigns.
No Kill Charleston has been a demanding, but what worthwhile venture is not? It is about our community, not about a single organization. It’s time for all of us to work together to continue saving every healthy and treatable animal. Together we must all commit to maintaining our No Kill Community.