Animal rescues within the lowlands maintain care festivals

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) – Animal pursuits in Lowcountry are teaming up Sunday to host care festivals round Tri-County.

The 4 organizations, the Charleston Animal Society, the Berkeley Animal Heart, Pet Helpers and Dorchester Paws, say that nursing animals increase the capability of shelters whereas maintaining the animal free from the stresses of shelter life.

“Our shelters are doing a tremendous job of saving lives, and care is the important thing to the life-saving success we see within the Lowcountry,” stated Pet Helpers Animal Conduct Supervisor Alexis Kaul.

The shelters encourage folks to study care choices with shelters for canine and cats.

Organizers say they’re in search of “BFFs” or the Finest Associates Foster program for animals in want of behavioral analysis and assist.

“The commonest behavioral challenges we’d like assist with embrace high-energy / inappropriate play, fear-based habits and basic nervousness,” stated Berkeley County Animal Heart Occasion Coordinator Tiffany Hoffman.

The care program offers perception into the true habits of the care animal away from stressors within the shelter.

The organizations host the festivals in 4 separate areas from kl. 11:00 to 14:00 Sunday:

Charleston Animal Society

2455 Remount Street, North Charleston, SC

Hanahan Library (Berkeley Animal Society)

1216 Outdated Murray Court docket, Hanahan, SC

Animal helpers

1447 Folly Street, Charleston, SC

Dorchester Paws

136 4 Paws Lane, Summerville, SC

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