Come adopt and/or foster our healthy cats and kittens so we can make room for treatment of the 51 cats brought in due to the hoarding situation. There are currently 85 animals available for adoption. Adding to our challenge: on the same day the animals in the hoarding situation were brought into the shelter, 47 cats and kittens were brought into the shelter as strays from the general public and animal control officers.
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Weekends: 10am – 5pm
There are lots of things to prepare, before you bring your new pet home from Charleston Animal Society. The good news is, we can walk you through all of the steps. Plus, we have everything you need from leashes to crates, to food bowls at our Charleston Animal Society store. Here is a great article to read from the ASPCA on getting ready for your new arrival!
24 PetWatch Pet Protection Services will cover you when your pet needs essential veterinary care from an illness or injury. Every time a completed application for a ShelterCare program is generated through our shelter’s website, we automatically receive a $25 donation to help cover common needs like blankets, litter, and food. This donation is of no cost to you and provides us with essential funds. Make the right move and enroll today!
We urge you to try everything possible before giving up on your animal.
Frustrated with pet misbehavior issues? Charleston Animal Society offers a variety of behavior and obedience training options to help. Click here for more information and to register for our next class or seminar.
Check out dog and cat behavior tips and resources from the ASPCA and The Humane Society of the United States – here you’ll find tips on many common issues such as litter box problems, puppy chewing, digging and cat destructive scratching, just to name a few.
Need pet food? Charleston Animal Society offers dog and cat food to qualifying families weekdays from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm at Charleston Animal Society. Please call 747-4849 prior to your first visit to the food bank. Please note that you must qualify to receive food.
Look for pet-friendly housing – this may take a little more time, but today there are many more options for people with pets. Try visiting one of the many websites that cater to people with pets, such as mynewplace.com. Save time by searching for pet-friendly housing in various communities, in your price range, with the amenities you want.
Allergies? New treatments are available. The good news is that today your pet’s veterinarian can recommend many helpful products and tips to lose the allergies, instead of your cat.
Check with other family members, friends and co-workers to see if they can help you rehome your pet.