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YOU are Charleston Animal Society. Together, we’ve been protecting animals in Charleston County and around the state since 1874. YOU are the secret to our success. You are our foster families, our adopters, our supporters & donors. Together, we made Charleston the first No Kill Community in the Southeast. Help us save more lives in 2017. Please Give. From all of us at Charleston Animal Society, thank you, and Happy New Year! Please Give.
Cat Shot By Arrow: Help Us Fight Animal Cruelty
A six-year-old cat went missing Tuesday night and was discovered hiding under a porch bleeding, with an arrow through his body. “Goldie” is recovering at Veterinary Specialty Care (VSC) in Mt. Pleasant, but those close to the case say he may need to have a leg amputated.
Goldie’s ordeal began Tuesday after his elderly owner let him out into his normally quiet West Ashley neighborhood. When he didn’t return the next day, a search party was formed and Goldie was found hunkered in a corner, underneath his owner’s porch. He had to be coaxed out to safety and was immediately taken to VSC for treatment. Charleston Animal Society’s “Caitlyn Anti-Cruelty Fund” will be covering the cost of Goldie’s treatment.
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