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Currently there are 11 websites listed for South Carolina. Animal Society

Charleston Animal Society

Charleston Animal Society is South Carolina's largest animal rescue. Every day we combat cruelty by using innovative, scientifically-based strategies including a large-scale spay/neuter program, a free roaming cat initiative, educational outreach programs that teach our children to be humanitarians and a food bank for pets. We also work with police, prosecutors and lawmakers to make sure animal cruelty laws are enforced and made stronger.

Address: 2455 Remount Road
North Charleston, SC 29406
Phone: (843) 747-4849 Animal Rescue

Coastal Animal Rescue

Coastal Animal Rescue is proud to be a cage-free, no-kill, 100% volunteer cat and dog shelter in South Carolina. Our mission is to place rescued cats and dogs into loving, permanent homes, and to provide a safe and loving home for unwanted cats and dogs in a unique, cage-free environment.

Address: 1288 Limestone Street
Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
Phone: (843) 652-0196's Creatures Deserve To Live

God's Creatures Deserve To Live

Gods Creatures currently houses 38 dogs, 6 cats, and two horses but the numbers change from day to day due to adoptions, owner relinquishments, and abandoned or abused animals. We are registered as part of the 'No Kill Network' as we do not believe in putting down an animal unless health conditions make it impossible to save it. All of Gods Creatures are viable and worth saving!

Address: 3221 Camden Hwy.
Dalzell, SC 29040
Phone: (803) 972-7354 Humane Society

Greenville Humane Society

The Greenville Humane Society opened its doors in 1937 as the South Carolina Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SCSPCA). Over the years, we have helped unite over 250,000 people in the upstate with previously unwanted animals.The Greenville Humane Society is a no-kill humane organization.

Address: 305 Airport Rd.
Greenville, SC 29607
Phone: (864) 242-3626 Head Humane Association

Hilton Head Humane Association

Over the past year, 2500 abandoned, injured, abused animals and feral cats have been cared for by the Hilton Head Humane Association. We spay/neuter and release feral cats and provide food, shelter, medical, and loving care for the domesticated cats and dogs until adoptive homes are found.

Address: 10 Humane Way
Hilton Head Island, SC 29926
Phone: (843) 681-8686 Society of York County

Humane Society of York County

The Humane Society of York County (HSYC) is dedicated to the humane treatment of animals. We are located in Fort Mill, South Carolina and serve the greater Charlotte region including York, Lancaster and Mecklenburg counties. We successfully placed 635 animals in loving homes last year preventing them from being euthanized. In an effort to stop future overpopulation, we require that all adopted animals be spayed or neutered before leaving this shelter

Address: 8177 Regent Parkway
Fort Mill, SC 29715
Phone: (803) 802-0902 Lifeline

Pawmetto Lifeline

Pawmetto Lifeline believes companion pets have value beyond economic measurement and are entitled to legal, moral and ethical consideration. Our long term goal is to turn the Midlands into a no-kill community, meaning no healthy, adoptable pet will be euthanized simply because it is homeless.

Address: 1275 Bower Pkwy
Columbia, SC 29212
Phone: (803) 465-9150 Haven of South Carolina (PHSC)

Pet Haven of South Carolina (PHSC)

Pet Haven of South Carolina (PHSC) is dedicated to the preservation and welfare of all felines, canines, and equines as well as all other domestic animals. Our goal is to not only strengthen the bond but also the understanding between animals and humans.

Address: 28 Scarlett St
Greenville, SC 29607
Phone: (864) 553-3281, Inc.

PETS, Inc.

PETS, Inc. places nearly 3,000 animals each year. Our modest Adoption Center houses approximately 200 homeless animals at all times. The adoption programs are supported by our discount pet food and supply store within the Adoption Building. Many pet problems are due to overpopulation. Pure and simple. And the solution to this is just as simple. Spay and Neuter.

Address: 300 Orchard Drive
West Columbia, SC 29171
Phone: (803) 739-9333 the Strays Animal Rescue

Save the Strays Animal Rescue

Save the Strays Animal Rescue is dedicated to rescuing and finding new homes for abandoned and unwanted dogs. We place our dogs both through direct adoption and through cooperative efforts with other no-kill rescues and shelters. In addition to dogs that are readily adoptable, we care for a number of older dogs, dogs with medical conditions and shy or undersocialized dogs with limited prospects for adoption.

Address: 1670-9 Springdale Drive, #143
Camden, SC 29020
Phone: None Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare

SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare

Established in 1935, the SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare has placed thousands of needy animals into loving homes. This success was achieved through the dedicated efforts of numerous SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare employees and volunteers. It also hinges upon commitment, support and responsibility from our community.

Address: 199 Willow Run Road
Aiken, SC 29801
Phone: (803) 648-6863

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