I am doing this page for any NO kill Shelter that I can find that someone on CARE2 can get me information for I would like everyone to help get the word out that these beautiful angels need all the help they can get.
With the economy the way it has been, they have not gotten the donations they have needed, please read about them and all the beautiful work they do through the different links that will be posted on this page.
St. Francis Animal Rescue Center
They are the only no-kill, cage-free animal shelter in the county and it would bea tragedy if they had to close their doors. They are a 501c3 non-profitorganization, every donation will be tax deductible.
If you'd like moreinformation, please contact the director
Charlene G. Rodriguez at (803)554-9930 or
email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or click on the link below for more information on this wonderful Organization:
On March 21, 2009 someone broke into the St.Francis Animal Rescue Center and smashed in three exterior doors. Once inside, he terrorized the cats to such a degree that twelve of the most timid kitties ran outside through the smashed-in doors. They were able to find eight of them. Damage to the structure is estimated at over$1300.00.
Or go to the following link to find out more :
Straydog is a "lifeboat" (and sanctuary) for rescued dogs. A vacant spot in a kennel is an empty seat in our "lifeboat,"
so, if you're interested in adopting a dog, see our website "Dogs for Adoption" link, or call to inquire about dogs
you may have seen recent photos of but who may not yet be included in our "Dogs for Adoption" link. And
please continue to support us. We will continue to row this "lifeboat" to shore, dropping off rescued
dogs into the arms of good adopters, and we will continue to fill the space left vacant by each
adopted dog with another desperate homeless dog for as long as we are able to hold on
(financially). We believe that the example of our sacrifice (and the example of
the sacrifice made by the people running all other no-kill shelters) must be
publicized to wake people up and make them aware of the necessity to
SPAY and NEUTER their dogs (and cats) so that homeless dog
(and cat) rescue "lifeboats" will no longer be necessary.